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21
1
3
84

2

1

23

5

3
13
20
180

3

10

23

33

1

4

2
7
2


1
4

6"

i'

i'

8

1

i'

4

1
i'


30

89

6

15

195

28
31
47
147
17

6
59
32
729

4

22

124

114

2

20

42

6

156

8

15

24

13

888

319

260

50

60


23

42

4

8

86

16
15

25
68
63

7

63

20

606

4

9
76
75

3
28

22

18

12

6

17
22
14
404

127

107

44

35


12
36


59


BlBcksmiths


60


Bleachery and dye works operatives . . .
Bookbinders


61






8
31

14
9
14
46
11

3

24

18

148

2

6
29
29
4
7

4
3

8

1

5

8

10

126

42
59
24
14


6?


Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Bottlers and soda water makers, etc






63






64






65


Brassworkers






66


Brewers and maltsters.






67








68








69








70


Cabinetmakers






71


Carpenters and joiners


1


1


7?


Clock and watch makers and repairers .
Confectioners


73






74






■■ V


75


Engineers and firemen (not locomotive)


76






77


Fishermen and oystermen '






78


Furniture manufactory employees


33
13
37
21

20

23

1

221

50
872
277

12






79






80








81


Glovemakers






m


Harness and saddle makers and repairers






6
2
1
65

86

57

43

8


5

e"

7
3
.6
1


83






84


Hosiery and knitting mill operatives. . .
Iron and steel workers ^






85


1
1


1
1


86


Leather curriers and tanners


87




88


Manufacturers and officials, etc

Marble and stone cutters






89


2


2



1 See explanatory notes on page 427.
= Age unknown omitted.



3 Includes Bohemia.

* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



611



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENEEAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900— Continued.

MILWAUKEE, WIS.— Continued.



AGE PEEIODS.-i


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OR ONE PARENT BORN AS SPECIFIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.!




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


2Bto
14

years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-
gary.n


Canada •
ifsSf


Canada «
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Rus-
sia.


)
Scandi-
navia.'


Other
coun-
tries.n




2

447


21
62
12
14
49

3,076


40
190
164
311
205

7,362


14
67
110
96
80

4,067


1

15

20

18

6

681


20
63
51
137
58

1,301


1
20

3
12

9

385


1
2
4
22
6

79




33
217
138
155
186

8,296


6
7

22
31
23

360


2
2
60
31
18

976


8'

1

261


4
8
8
4
10

3,102


3

1

4'

4

34




2

4

6

20

8

252


4
9

12
12
11

270


16


1
2
2


4
9
10

8

318


17
18
19

20


35


21


7
5

"'389'

4

""'33'

827


224

173

4

29

2,196

16
34
277
40
24

6,527


357

290

50

140

4,576

87
702
414

25
591

12,995


65

30

39

106

2,911

25
448

88

2

288

4,322


5
2
6
24
547


84
67
15
34
655

20

57

314

9

93

4,626


7

14

1

8

262

2
59
13

3
11

611


6

2


7
4
1
1
10

1

4

6


449
304
56
169
6,520

66
795
310

88
487

12, 996


17
12
9

28
162

11
26
39
4
48

1,404


17
51
9
24
524

9
90
46

4
186

1,863


5
2

2'

228

8'

3

i'

136


35
16
1

10
2,863

2
121

12
5
27

1,112.


1
2

2'

17

3'

6

i'

257


6
6
2
12
218

6
8

21
1

33

624


11
8
3

«
128

19
21
29

Yl'

522


13

18

3

8

128

5
19
27
. 4
27

830


22
23
24


3
30

1
6
9


26
26

27


31
13

1
42

651


28
29
30


15
306


1
74


81
32


7

i'

7
95

""%'
4

13

11
353

44
19
153
4
3

i"

3

1,992


273

6

120

673

1,424

96
818
16
70
69

7
357

13
179

28

117
75
1,276
380
207

138

24

87

8

10,295


1,094

75

283

885

1,461

571
1,818
129
104
287

43

1,937

198

1
284

161

92

1,190

1,414

57

521
67

126
42

19,410


605
78
128
172
244

193

525

65

46

134

27
960
136
8
117

69

43

211

526

3

48
5
8

22

7,161


115
95
16
18
20

16
53
6
6
22

7
152
21


463
73
62
384
816

206

312

42

33

14

22
307

73
161
161

37

37

512

561

81

128

25

76

6

2,944


37
6
45
37
62

30
38
2
4
31

4

144

14

11

3

17
5
73
19
12

4

1
3

1

1,446


21


8
1
5
1
16

1
6

1
3


966
108
110
948
1,480

459
2,243
100
143
165

41
2,188
194
277
136

243
151
1,666
637
105

326
31
68
49

24, 392


156
28
44
106
223

68
80
19
9

1

3
138
24
13
46

11

5

104

212

25

45
9

14
6

1,245


136
23
43
96

275

48
237
26
13
5

6
89
20
26
41

12

12

112

477

12

69

19

38

6

1,435


3

i"

2

2'

1

1

81

""14'
3
3

1

1

2

20


64
2
13
17
51

6

188

9

6

96

2
215
6
11
2

34

4

101

223

4

49


11

5'

7

15

4

""95"


38

6

173

26

68

10

69

4

4

1


47
4
13
44
67

13

68
4
5

32

3

87
8
11

7

11

4

60

25

7

9
3
4
1

799


57

5

26

68

129

36
61

4
6
5

2

89
17
12
25

9

6

111

96

9

32
3

10
2

770


33
34


14
23
50

8

25

4

4


36
36
37

38
39
40
41

42


1
16
3
8
15

2

2

39

41

7

15
3
3


1

4
1
1

1


43


72
2
3
6

i'

29
1
1


64
3

14
6

7
7

43
52

7

32
4
4

1

983


44
45
46


18

2

6

13

48


47

48




4S


5
14
1

1


60
61
52


2

1


53
54


2
1

96






3
200


6.'i


5
897


40


5
5,201


6(


241


5'


30
9
5
19
63

60
51
16
125
9

11
23
2
21

36
15

1

3'

36

1

49

10

6

4

59

187

71
49

2'


207
175
20
98
290

124

62

147

246

37

23
244

35
295

19

102
89

152
48
15

120
25
76
47

69
50
36

1,458

515

1,083

124

48


376

519

32

80

478

63
63

188
656
47

30

427

165

1,805

49

109
319
785
56
38

102
65

114
29

146

50

16

2,226

1,136

1,439

1,032

178


97

228

15

20

283

16
12
19
241
34

11

122

107

958

9

84

207

349

4

27

17

36

14

5

53

9

5

512

419

358

574

44


10

27

1

1

74

1
1
2
9
6

4
20
20
146

3

8
38
16

1
10


22
60
4
15
95

11

9

21

22

2

2

42

14

141

5

37
24
173
20


43
46
1
11
49

6
12
11
41


3
7
1
1
6

4




562
548
53
170
796

194

126

243

1,041

95

67

576

230

2,280

61

184
529
610
62
47

191
42

140
53

192

38

78

1,899

1,230

1,595

1,058

175


6

30

3

1
18

1
4
8
1
1


6

108

1

1

41

2
1

10
1

1

1
28.

2
79


i'

3'

2'


48

81

6

3

108

28
34
50
142
30

6

115

18

274

3

11
35
60
2
38

18
10
14
4

21

6

36

1,597

674

126

56

23


3

3'

11

1
1

4'

1


2

34

3

1

15

1

2

14

5


12
10

8"

24

6

5'

11


16

27
2
5

21


6f


7


5t
6f




6:


1


6i
6.'




1

9
9

1


U


1




61




»




2


6'


1
32
27
66






2
12

9
79

10

15

37

1

4
4
5

6

2

1

64

28

64

47

6


ft


3

6
17




8
9
66


3
3
9
3

i"

1

2
2

.......

3'

8
9
14


7

10

170

4

4
7
39
2
2

1

1

20

3

2
11

3
73

26

172

25

2


9


6J


2
9
1

2
3

8

1


7(


39
3

12
3

42
3
3

2
2
8
3

4
7
2
96

9

112

48

8


7]
7!


' 11
35
26
4


1

2

26


4

7

123

7


10

7

167

6


3

1
2

3'


7:
7'
7!
7f




V'


33
13
37
21

20

23

1

222

51
372
278

14


11

14

1

2

15
3
1

84

87
126
67
14


2
5




5
4
16

5

8
4


6
34
13


7


4
1




V




8






8


4

1

7

19

29
31
83
2


2
3


1
1
1
7

1
6
5
2


7
6




8
8
8


18

7
37
20


190

16
193
106

16


160

31
164
93
14


1

1
1

i'


8

8
8
8
8



6 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark,



6 Includes all other foreign countries.



' See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



612



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEAES OF AGE AND OVEE ENGAGED IN SELECTED GEOUPS OF

PEEIODS, AND PAEENTAGE, FOE CITIES HAVING

MILW^ATJKEE, TVIS.— Continued.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE


WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


OOLOEED. 1


CONJUSAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED. 1




Native
parents.^


Foreign
parents.i


Total.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


ItoS

months.


4to6
months.


7 to 12
months.


90


MALES— Continued.

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits— Continued.


821
175
163
261
1,896

101
141
175
903
1,305

585
264
170
87

1,338
166
917
636

80
264
391

66

26,399


13

5

14

22

168

15
28
, 1
98
201

19
25
12
14

39
2
40
33

11

7

17

6

3,471


201

66

67

122

886

56
77
60
621
790

189
140
83
48

269

71

478

274

26
148
215

26

15,933


606
104
92
117
842

81

86

124

183

313

377
99
75
26

1,030

93

399

329

43
114
169

84

6,896


1


1


150
77
35
87

779

83
62
32

471
771

296
114
92
51

883
89
560
229

29
195
182

39

28,022


635

97

124

164

1,061

68

74
136
417
515

279

143

76

35

893

73

342

385

49

68

198

27

1,256


34
1

4
8
44

3
3

6
11

16

9
6
2

1

57
4
14
18

1
1

6


2

2

12

2
2

1
4
4

1
1

5

i'

4

1

5'


185
28
21
28

413

25
3

86
122
118

99
87
34
36

153

20

145

71

10
29
66

8

2,160


307
19

7

8

378

18
1
62
89
72

70
29
14
18

98
12
60
60

2
21
80

4

1,685'


76
3
6
5

92

5
3
19
15
33

20
9
2

4

36
12
32
18

1
6
11
5

924


91


Meat and fruit packers, canners, etc ...
Millera






93
94

95








Paintera, glaziers, and vamiahers


















97








98
99

100
101


Plumbers and gas and ateam fitters

Printers, lithographers, and pressmen . .

Saw and planing mill employees


i
1


1

1






102
103


stove, furnace, and grate makers










104


Tailors






105


Textile mill operatives (n. o. s.^










107
108


Tobacco and cigar factory operatives. . .










109
110


Trunk and leather-case makers, etc










111








IT"


FEMALES 8


100


100


1,837


284








56
1,718




13
990


43
223






7
1,678


28
69


24

61


2
20


2
395


15
41


15
56


111


Professional service


497


8


8




Musicians and teachers of music

Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Barbers and hairdressers. . .


115
116

117


268
1,256

9,299


67
340

1,078


158
742

4,965


28
171

8,175


6
2

81


5
2

81


217
1,219

7,497


22
13

600


12
18

1,065


7
5

147


10
882

' 678


9
18

497


8
46

815


118


69
301
367
170

1.177
564
112

6,430

4,732


12
76
49
6

69

101

6

756

980


46
106
188

86

444

231

88

3,786

3,059


9

118
117
78

659

228

73

1,836

691


2
2
3
1

15
4


2
2
3

1

15
4


54
47
256
131

507

343

14

6,082

4,304


6

72
24
21

218

100

23

114

162


7

166

66

18

400
107
65
196

237


2
16
12

52
14
10
38

29


3


2


1


119


Boarding and lodging house keepers . . .

Housekeepers and stewardesses »

Laborers (not specified) * .


120
121


11

18

91

37

1

410

233


9
13

123
49

1
294

212


4
10

60
25


199


Laundresses


123


Nurses and mldwlves .






1''5


Servants and waitresses


63
2


53
2


212
162


1?fi








I")?


671
545
249
195

301

1,709

897

128

10,594


144
127
14
40

34

286
278
41

916


379

850

99

129

204

1,213

560

72

6,906


48

68

136

26

63

211

62

15

2,763






645

511

59

195

297
1,637
' 871

121

9,636


7

17
53


15

16

130


4

1
7


9
18

1
12

45

89

46

6

952


17
16
2
16

20

64

59

9

820


9
7
8
18

12
62
46
4

886


128








19q










Messengere and errand and office girls. .






131






2

42

9

3

402


2
26
10

3

470


i

7
1

86


190


Saleswomen






133
134


Stenographers and typewriters "

Telegraph and telephone operators

Manufacturing and mechanical
pursuits.'
Bookbinders


2


2


135


9


9


13fi


267
363
172
149
195

317

3,134

134

88

862

168

771

78

173

1,042

155

790

154
124
240
69


29
38

1
5
2

31
324

17
4

26

6

139

16

5
88
23
44

1
2

15

1


199
243
128
116
62

223

2,093

83

65

538
77

546
35

100
689
108
471

143

77
158
44


89
72
43
28
131

63
710
34
19

298

86
87
27

68
268

29
275

10

45
67
24






263
340
168
148
189

284

2,691

125

86

843

163

694

68

165
912
149
697

152

122

282

68


8
4
8
1
3

16

189

2


1
6
1


3"


20
41
12
24
16

26

222

16

20

74
5
66
10

18
101
28
92

16

20

28

2


10

25

12

6

9

11

193

2

25

33

6

144

9

18
115
61

38

8
4
12


6
6
10
11
11

9

82
5
4

41
2

45
4

12
41
11
20

9
3

10


1<!7


Boot and shoe makers and repairers

Bottlers and soda water makers, etc






138






139






140








3

16

211

4

2

10

1

30

2

6

80
2
47

1
1
6


1

43

3

1
4'

ie'

2
7

i'

1


141


Confectioners






14?




7


7


I'lS


Glovemakers


144








145


Hosiery and knitting mill operatives . . .






8
4
43

8

2
34

2
39

1
1
1


14R






147


Milliners






148








149


Rope and cordage factory operatives...






150


2


2


151


Straw workers


W








153


Textile mill operatives {n. o. sJ)






154






155


Tobacco and cigar factory operatives. . .
Woolen mill operatives






155























1 See explanatory notes on page 427.
' Age unknown omitted.



3 Includes Bohemia.

■* Includes Newfoundland.



GENERAL TABLES— PRINCIPAL CITIES.



613



OCCUPATIONS, CLASSIFIED BY GENERAL NATIVITY, COLOR, CONJUGAL CONDITION, MONTHS UNEMPLOYED, AGE
50,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE: 1900-Continuecl.

MILWAUKEE, WIS.-Continued.



AGE PERIODS.a


Persons
of native
parent-
age.!


PERSONS HAVING EITHER BOTH PARENTS BORN AS SPECIFIED OR ONE PARENT BORN AS BPECIKIED
AND ONE PARENT NATIVE.


Persons
of mixed
foreign
parent-
age.'




10 to
15

years.


16 to
24

years.


26 to
41

years.


45 to
64

years.


65 years
and
over.


Austria-
Hun-

gary.s


Canada <

ii^gf:


Canada!
(French).


Ger-
many.


Great
Britain.


Ire-
land.


Italy.


Po-
land.


Eus-
Bia.


Scandi-
navia.'


Other
coun-
tries.8




1
10
2
2
57

1

2

1

20

93

41
3

4
8

47
39
178
23

Z
47
18

6

2,876


82
52
22
67
489

28

38

21

321

533

161
96
81
34

222

41

359

127

22
127
121

28

14,377


447
74
83

137
1,034

65

78

110

493

569

247

184

63

39

631

37

309

324

38

68

219

26

7,558


266
38
50
48

287

15
21
38
66
104

124
30
19
5

349
31
61

148

15

20

29

5

1,408


25
1
6
7

25

2
2

6
3
5

12
1
3
1

84

18

9

13

2
2
4
1

158


15

5

14

22

168

15
28
1

99
202

19
26
12

14

39
2
40
83

11
7

17
6

3,565


19




1
1


615
122
118
154
1,243

75

93

127

587

816

390
111
125
49

761

96

623

463

61
130
308

47

14,700


29
1
12
26
69

2
4
8
36
40

2
22
4
5

12

8
8
1

2


25

7

3

8

46

2
2
4
109
65

6

40

6

4

21
6
8
7

2

1
4
2

1,698


2

i'


83

33

6

8

128

1


2

s'

7


4
1
2
22
69

2

1


9
1
3
9
79

3

1

1

12

58

9
5
2

18
1
12
22

3
3

11


17
3
2
4

89


90
91
92
93
94

95
96


1


3

6

41

1

8

2

19

31

12
11

5
2

208

6

19

27

1
48
10

6

672




9 7




1


3

1

35

34

3

12
3

1

13
3
13
14




9
2'

11


25
23
46

140

27

9

10

168
41

182
49

6
67
15

3

2,769




13
9


4
3

2

1


2

i"

63

3'

7

1
i

96


14
9

3
8
4
2

49
4
6
8

2

1

10

1

665


98
99

100
101
102
103

104
105
106
107

108


2






4


2


3

3

1

1
1




2

1


6
6


109
110
111

112




6
2

758




255


80


422


808


1
4


5
600


18
996


28
110


4
4




1
28






18
488


3
166






33
72








1
89


113
114


505


64


6


262


1


2


30


25


2"

768


129
415

4,808


109
771

2,811


20
67

804




72
342

1,156


8
20

221


11
36

70


1
2

27


87
351

6,834


16
126

216


32
215

546


1
3


1
69

622


i"

18


11

18

284


3

17

172


15
59

230


115
116

117




93


2

'"'33'

38

"'686'
441


29

4

98

88

356

139

2

4,051

2,928


34
149
172

30

510

301

72

1,491

1,181


4
126
76
16

251
110
32
172

153




14

77
61
6

74

105

6

807

981


4
1
6
4

37

11

2

156

140


1

10
4




31

98

184

86

718

229

77

4,342

2,286


2
26
8


9
64
41

3

67

55

12

304

374


3'

4


2

3

11

68

218

21

8

173

207






3
3

15
1

13
21

1
114

94


3
18
18

2

15
36


118
119
120
121

122
123


22

11

3

22
11
6
18

28


2
1


1


8
18


6
17

1
31

76


1
2

2
19

21


18

43

1

117

212


1

2

""lA
36


19

23

2

213

91


137
211


125
126


9
43

"'125'

98
151
11

1,662


371

357

19

69

195

1,192

602

92

6,036


181

128

133

1

7
348
276
36

2,552


8
17
80


1


144
127
14
40

34
285
274

41

923


13
17
6
15

9
68
16

1

282


10
8
3
1


4
3
1


241
232
169
114

190
982
269
34

6,076


40
25
6


56
61
18
3

2
96
111
26

616


i'

i'

1

3


3
22
13

6

66

86

3

1

1,935


2

1
4
4

......

2

40


11

17

2

2

3
19
34

1

160


15
12
4
1

37'

14
4

131


32
30
9
9

7
60
53

6

277


127
128
129
130

131
132
133
134

135


17


1
16
8








2


18

29

5

65


6
6


42

85

9

171




313


29


26


36
64
75
61
61

101
99
19
10

265
41
68
11

71

106

14

94

65


200
216
91
82
124

167

1,609

90

59

548

112

447

50

91
557
107
473

91

7Q


31

71
4
6

10

36

1,275

24

19

43

14

228

9

6

335

34

181

7
1
17
2






29
38

1
5
2

31

329

17

4

26

6

139

16

5
90
23
44

1

2

15

1


10
14
1

1






200
187
103
124
51

206

1,857

75

47

443

9

445

30

58
691
100

528

83
53
106
62


1
3


3
17




2
69
61

8
139

48

230

16

12

347
150
46
21

108
40
5
93

64

68

109

15


2'


4
2


8
7
3
6


10
9
3
2
2

5
120


136
137
138
139
140

141
142


2
2




5
















2




i"

6'

1
1

4

i'


1












10

143

1


3
6


10

81

1

2

8

1

10

6

1
32

1
60

2






4
87
2
2

1

1

23


7

276

7

2

5


i"


4
64
18
11

7

1

10

2


2
62


29
2


12






i

6


6

14


144

145
146
147


5

1

25

8

3
43


1


1






3


5


6


51
2




12
1


23


2
1








1
33

6
12

3


149


5


5


20
4

7


91
6
13


1


4
'"'ie'


16
10
5

1


14
9'

i"

2
1


150
151
152

163-
164
165
166.


33

1
1
4


9


2


1














55 164
30 S7




1






1


5








2














1












1











6 Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
6 Includes all other foreign countries.
'Not otherwise specified.



8 The totals for each class include all occupations belonging to that class, whether specified or not.
» See footnotes to Table 1, pages 7-9.



614



STATISTICS OF OCCUPATIONS.



Table 43.— TOTAL MALES AND FEMALES 10 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER ENGAGED IN SELECTED GROUPS OF

PERIODS, AND PARENTAGE, FOR CITIES HAVING



MINNEAPOLIS, MENIV.





SEX AND SELECTED OCCUPATIONS.


Aggre-
gate.


NATIVE WHITE.


For-
eign
white.


COLORED.l


CONJUGAL CONDITION.


UNEMPLOYED.!




Native
parents.i


roreign
parents.i


Total.


Negro.i


Single
and un-
known.


Married.


Wid-
owed.


Di-
vorced.


lto3
months.


4to6
months.


7 to 12
months.


1


MALES '' .


66, 170


18, 608


16,731


30,148


683


663


27,326


36,516


2,068


271


6,630


6,092


1,745






•?,


1,542


453


386


701


2


2


786


678


71


7


197


122


46




Agricultural laborers «


R


, 887
328
134
601

3,687


103
106
29
191

1,889


121
59
31

146

870


163

163

74

263

893






315

113

40

258

1,200


66
184

88
318

2,363


14

28

6

23

115


2
3

2'

19


59

9

10

113

115


49

10

2

66

105


9
16

6
13

53


4
5


Famiers, planters, and overseers

Gardeners, florists, nurserymen, etc

Lumbermen, wood choppers, etc


1


1


6

7


1
36


1
36




Actors, professional showmen, etc

Architects, designers, draftsmen, etc


8
9


176
162
91
334
142

287
232
161
696

58

270
322
444
246

12,818


77
84
38
114
88

130
142

90
467

34

75
166
238
120

2,152


61
38
22
50
36

101
63
32

150
6

70
74
104
60

2,665


34
40
33
165
19

65
37
38
75
18

111
92

101
61

7,637


3


3


89
70
37
72
51

137
84
50

206
16

124
39

118
95

6,604


83
84
60
248
87

146
140
107
459
41

143
268
306
144

5,700


2

8
7
14
4

3

8
3
23

1

1

15
15

6

441


1
2

i'

8

2
5'

73


12
3
4
4
1

13

17
3

5

1

13
7
1

30

2,005


12
4
3

2
4

9
12

6
10

2

11
16
4
10

1,635


10
1
2
3
6

3
6
2
2


in


1

5


1
5


11




T


Dentists


13


Electricians


1


1


14


Engineers (cifll, etc.) and surveyors...


1f«


1
4


1
4


Ifi


Lawyers


17


Literary and scientific persons


18
19


Musicians and teachers of music


14
1

1
4

464


14

1
1
4

449


2
6
4

6

577


?n


Physicians and surgeons.


21
22


Teachers and professors in colleges, etc.

Domestic and personal service

Barbers and hairdressers


93


562
419
163
423
8,542

139

92

387

1,146

717

24,043


179

62

67

87

1,171

54
30
37
215
160

9,188


176
108
28
42
1,631

37

14

96

258

219

6,814


164

247

67

260

6,680

30

44

223

398

332

7,904


43

2

1

34

60

18

4

1

274

6

137


43

2

1

34

60

3
4
1
274
6

132


206

207

37

85

4,978

39
22
80
716
99

9,647


330
202
107
312
3,240

98

68

265

374

687

13, 660


22
9
4

23
286

2

2

8

42

29

647


4
1
5
3

38

4

13
2

89


28

24

1

10

1,790

3

5

4

105

22

1,222


14
14
1
14
1,491

5
2
3
67
17

841


6
6


?4


Bartenders


W




?fi


Janitors and sextons


3

512

2


97


Laborers (not specifled)9


?8




?9


Restaurant keepers


3n




3
28
6

377


31




32

-33


Watchmen, policemen, firemen, etc

Trade and transportation




Agents


■'\\


1,823
278
1,438
3,059
1,355

3,303

268

182

364

72

2,899
658
363
611

568

191

2,672

2,549

194
546
199
202

24,080


992
177
726
1,258
750

912
86
49
13
32

875
288
101
352

128

36

1,019

840

98
134
83
90

4,926


351

38

406

1,047

353

966
60
50
14
20

595
129
194
144

215

35

861

903

61
138
87
75

5,996


477
62
306
741
252

1,402
122



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