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Income of Families and Persons in the United States: 1963
Distribution of families and unrelated individuals by total money income, by color, type of family, age, size of family, number of earners, and type of income.
Income of Families and Persons at Record High in 1963 (Advance data)
Preliminary data from the March 1964 sample survey, showing families and unrelated individuals by total money income and by selected characteristics.
1960 Census of Population: Type of Place
This area report presents statistics on the numbers, the structure, & characteristics of the population of States by urban-rural & metropolitan-nonmetropolitan.
1960 Census of Population: Veterans
This subject report presents statistics on selected social and economic characteristics of the male veteran population by age and period of service.
1960 Census: Family Income in Metropolitan Areas
About 15% of the 28.6 million families living in standard metropolitan statistical areas (SMSA's) in 1960 reported money incomes of less than $3,000 in 1959.
1960 Census: Low Income Families
The 1959 median family income of $5,700 was $2,600 above 1949. Stats by age, color and sex of head for the 9.7 million families with incomes under $3,000.
1960 Census of Population: Educational Attainment
This report presents statistics on years of school completed by the population 14 years old and over, in relation to ethnic status, and other characteristics.
1960 Census of Population: School Enrollment
This subject report presents statistics on the personal and family characteristics of persons enrolled in school or college and of those not enrolled.
1960 Census of Population: Socioeconomic Status
This report presents statistics on two measures of socioeconomic status in relation to selected demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics.
1960 Census of Population: Persons by Family Characteristics
This report presents statistics on persons by the composition and the social, economic, and housing characteristics of the families of which they are members.