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                1930      1940 Est.
               OHIO
     40,740 Sq. Mi.-6,646,697
Akron.......... 255,040    250,000
Alliance.......  23,047     25,354
Ashtabula......  23,301     24,000
Barberton......  23,934     31,000
Cambridge......  16,129     18,300
Canton......... 104,906    118,000
Chillicothe....  18,340     24,000
Cincinnati..... 451,160    489,000 
Cleveland...... 900,429    935,000
Cleveland Hgts.  50,945     66,000
*Columbus...... 290,564    309,000
Cuyahoga Fls...  19,797     24,872
Dayton......... 200,982    216,000
E. Cleveland...  39,667     42,000
E. Liverpool...  23,329     25,000
Elyria.........  25,633     28,112
Findley........  19,363     21,800
Garfield Hgts..  15,589     18,000
Hamilton.......  52,176     57,500
Ironton........  16,621     17,452
Lakewood.......  70,509     74,250
Lancaster......  18,716     23,000
Lima...........  42,287     45,000
Lorain.........  44,512     48,000
Mansfield......  33,525     41,500
Marion.........  31,084     34,000
Massillon......  26,400     28,000
Middletown.....  29,992     34,000
Newark.........  30,596     34,000
Niles..........  16,314     18,000
Norwood........  33,411     35,000
Piqua..........  16,009     18,000
Portsmouth.....  42,560     49,230
Sandusky.......  24,622     26,000
Shaker Hgts....  17,783     24,000
Springfield....  68,743     78,000
Steubenville...  35,422     40,000
Tiffin.........  16,428     18,500
Toledo......... 290,718    320,000
Warren.........  41,062     47,200
Youngstown..... 170,002    180,000
Zanesville.....  36,440     41,389

             OKLAHOMA
     69,414 Sq. Mi.-2,396,040
Ardmore........  15,741     16,000
Enid...........  26,399     33,000
Muskogee.......  32,026     33,000
*Oklahoma City. 185,389    220,000
Okmulgee.......  17,097     17,000
Ponca City.....  16,136     19,000
Shawnee........  23,283     25,000
Tulsa.......... 141,258    160,000

              OREGON
     95,607 Sq. Mi.-953,786
Eugene.........  18,901     23,000
Klamath Falls..  16,093     21,425
Portland....... 301,815    339,850
*Salem.........  26,266     31,000
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                1930      1940 Est.
           PENNSYLVANIA
     44,832 Sq. Mi.-9,631,350
Aliquippa......  27,116     30,000
Allentown......  92,563     98,600
Altoona........  82,054     84,500
Ambridge.......  20,227     24,550
Beaver Falls...  17,147     18,500
Bethlehem......  57,892     62,000
Braddock.......  19,329     19,000
Bradford.......  19,306     19,300
Butler.........  23,568     25,000
Carbondale.....  20,061     ..†...
Chester........  59,164     60,000
Clairton.......  15,291     19,000
Dunmore........  22,627     22,500
Duquesne.......  21,396     22,000
Easton.........  34,468     35,000
Erie........... 115,967    124,000
Greensburg.....  16,508     16,800
*Harrisburg....  80,339     85,000
Hazleton.......  36,765     38,261
Homestead......  20,141     21,000
Jeanette.......  15,126     16,500
Johnstown......  66,993    107,653
Kingston.......  21,600     23,500
Lancaster......  59,949     61,000
Lebanon........  25,561     26,630
McKeesport.....  54,632     60,000
McKees Rocks...  18,116     ..†...
Meadville......  16,698     21,300
Monessen.......  20,268     20,299
Mt. Carmel.....  17,967     18,200
Nanticoke......  26,043     26,000
New Castle.....  48,674     48,000
N. Kensington..  16,762     30,000
Norristown.....  35,853     36,000
N. Braddock....  16,782     ..†...
Oil City.......  22,075     27,500
Philadelphia..1,950,961  2,013,714
Pittsburg...... 669,817    715,000
Pittson........  18,246     18,237
Plymouth.......  16,543     17,000
Pottstown......  19,430     20,683
Pottsville.....  24,300     25,000
Reading........ 111,171     ..†...
Scranton....... 143,433    147,000
Shamokin.......  20,274     20,400
Sharon.........  25,908     27,000
Shenandoah.....  21,782     21,900
Sunbury........  15,626     15,800
Swissvale......  16,029     19,500
Uniontown......  19,544     20,000
Washington.....  24,545     27,000
Wilkes-Barre...  86,626     89,000
Wilkinsburg....  29,539     35,000
Williamsport...  45,729     50,000
York...........  55,254     59,000
            RHODE ISLAND
       1,067 Sq. Mi.-687,497
Central Falls..  25,898     ..†...
Cranston.......  42,911     48,000
Newport........  27,612     30,000
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                1930      1940 Est.
Pawtucket....   77,149     ..†...
*Providence..  252,981     243,006
Woonsocket...   49,376      47,000

          SOUTH CAROLINA
       30,495 Sq. Mi.-1,738,765
Charleston...   62,265      65,000
*Columbia....   51,581      70,000
Greenville...   29,154      35,000
Spartanburg..   28,723      32,000

           SOUTH DAKOTA
        76,868 Sq. Mi.-692,849
Aberdeen.....   16,465      18,000
*Pierre......    3,659       4,010
Sioux Falls..   33,362      38,000

              TENNESSEE
         41,687 Sq. Mi.-2,616,556
Chattanooga..  119,798     128,000
Jackson......   22,172      30,000
Johnson City.   25,080      33,000
Knoxville....  105,802     120,000
Memphis......  253,143     289,025
*Nashville...  153,866     166,312

                TEXAS
      262,398 Sq. Mi.-5,824,715
Abilene......   23,175      30,000
Amarillo.....   43,132      55,000
*Austin......   53,120      ..†...
Beaumont.....   57,732      68,000
Brownsville..   22,021      28,000
Corpus Christi  27,741      60,000
Corsicana....   15,202      18,331
Dallas.......  260,475     381,000
El Paso......  102,421     106,000
Fort Worth...  163,447     200,000
Galveston....   52,938      61,000
Houston......  292,352     421,617
Laredo.......   32,618      41,000
Lubbock......   20,520      36,000
Marshall.....   16,203      22,000
Paris........   15,649      22,000
Port Arthur..   50,902      59,000
San Angelo...   25,308      35,000
San Antonio..  231,542     275,000
Sherman......   15,713      18,000
Temple.......   15,345      18,500
Texarkana....   16,602      32,000
Tyler........   17,113      33,500
Waco.........   52,848      70,000
Wichita Falls   43,690      57,000

                 UTAH
         82,184 Sq. Mi.-507,847
Ogden........   40,272      42,350
*Salt Lk. City 140,267     149,000

                VERMONT
          9,124 Sq. Mi.-359,611
Burlington...   24,789      26,000
*Montpelier..    7,837      ..†...
Rutland......   17,315      18,000

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                  1930      1940 Est.
               VIRGINIA
        42,262 Sq. Mi.-2,421,851
Alexandria...   24,149      36,000
Charlottesville 15,245      20,000
Danville.....   22,247      29,000
Lynchburg....   40,661      46,000
Newport News.   34,417      42,000
Norfolk......  129,710     137,500
Petersburg...   28,564      31,000
Portsmouth.....45,704
50,000
*Richmond....  182,929     190,000
Roanoke......   69,206      78,000

               WASHINGTON
        66,836 Sq. Mi.-1,563,396
Aberdeen.....   21,723      24,120
Bellingham...   30,823      33,000
Everett......   30,567      32,000
*Olympia.....   11,733      15,000
Seattle......  365,583     406,543
Spokane......  115,514     135,000
Tacoma.......  106,817     110,000
Vancouver....   15,766      23,000
Walla Walla..   15,976      17,500
Yakima.......   22,101      31,000

             WEST VIRGINIA
        24,022 Sq. Mi.-1,729,205
Bluefield....   19,339      27,500
*Charleston..   60,408      70,000
Clarksburg...   28,866      ..†...
Fairmont.....   23,159      30,000
Huntington...   75,572      83,000
Morgantown...   16,186      17,000
Parkersburg..   29,623      35,000
Wheeling.....   61,659      65,000

               WISCONSIN
        55,256 Sq. Mi.-2,939,006
Appleton.....   25,267      28,000
Beloit.......   23,611      27,500
Eau Claire...   26,287      30,300
Fond Du Lac..   26,449      29,000
Green Bay....   37,415      46,000
Janesville...   21,628      26,400
Kenosha......   50,262      ..†...
La Crosse....   39,614      42,438
*Madison.....   57,899      70,000
Manitowoc....   22,963      25,200
Milwaukee....  578,249     630,000
Oshkosh......   40,108      41,000
Racine.......   67,542      73,000
Sheboygan....   39,251      43,350
Superior.....   36,113      36,000
Waukesha.....   17,176      20,000
Wausau.......   23,758      27,000
Wauwatosa....   21,194      26,500
West Allis...   34,671      36,734

               WYOMING
         97,548 Sq. Mi.-225,565
Casper.......   16,619      20,000
*Cheyenne....   17,361      27,000
 
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