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No. 1141. Knit Cloth and Outerwear-PRODUCTION, BY TYPE: 1947 TO 1965 [Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; 1947 Census of Manufactures reports, and Current Industrial Reports, Series M22K and M23A.

No. 1142. WOMEN'S, MISSES', AND JUNIORS' OUTERWEAR-SELECTED GARMENTS CUT: 1947 TO 1966

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; 1947 Census of Manufactures reports, and Current Industrial Reports, Series M23A and M23H.

22, 598

2, 105

22, 526
1, 469

21,012
2,532

17,759

19, 135

5, 760

6, 139

24, 595

No. 1143.

MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING Selected GARMENTS CUT: 1947 TO 1966 [Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii]

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Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M23A and M23B.

No. 1144.

HOSIERY-PRODUCTION, BY TYPE: 1950 to 1966

[In thousands of dozens of pairs. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Excludes slipper socks]

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1 1950 and 1955, full-fashioned included in "Other"; thereafter, distributed among fibers used.

* 1950 and 1955, boys' anklets included with men's cotton slack socks.

1950 and 1955, boys' and women's and misses' crew socks included with men's crew socks. 4 Includes knee-length.

Source: National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers, Charlotte, N.C.; annually in Hosiery Statistics.

No. 1145.

SHOES AND SLIPPERS-PRODUCTION, BY CLASS: 1947 TO 1966 [In thousands of pairs. Excludes Alaska and, prior to 1964, Hawaii, except as noted. Excludes rubber footwear]

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Industrial Reports, Series M31A.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; 1947 and 1958 Censuses of Manufactures reports, and Current

No. 1146. LEATHER-PRODUCTION, BY PRINCIPAL TYPES OF RAW STOCK: 1940

TO 1966

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Includes the flesh side leather of split sheepskins (fleshers) and excludes the grain leather (skivers). Source: Dept. of Commerce, Office of Business Economics; Survey of Current Business. (Original source is Tanners' Council of America, Inc., New York, N.Y.)

No. 1147. RUBBER (NATURAL, RECLAIMED,

AND SYNTHETIC)-NEW SUPPLY,

DISTRIBUTION, AND STOCKS: 1945 to 1966

[In thousands of long tons. Prior to 1963, excludes Alaska and Hawaii, except for imports and exports, which also include Puerto Rico. Natural rubber refers to dry weights of all types, including liquid latex, guayule, etc. Synthetic comprises SBR (including weight of oil content, beginning 1955), neoprene, butyl, and butadieneacrylonitrile, all years; beginning 1963, also includes polyisobutylene, chlorosulfonated polyethylene, and polysulfide, silicone, acrylic, stereo, and fluorocarbon rubbers. Reclaimed comprises both natural and synthetic rubber reclaims]

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Represents zero. Z Less than 500 long tons.

Differences between "New supply" and "Distribution" not precisely comparable with "Stocks" due to yearend and inventory adjustments. 2 Includes stocks shipped for export which had not yet cleared port.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Business and Defense Services Administration. Monthly data in Survey of Current Business.

No. 1148.

CHEMICALS-PRODUCTION, BY KIND: 1950 to 1966

[Prior to 1960, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Data for chemicals shown are restricted to a selected group composed for the most part of inorganic chemicals and related products which are sufficiently important economically to justify publication. Includes data for chemicals produced by Tennessee Valley Authority, and, beginning 1955, by Government-owned privately operated plants]

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Oxygen, high purity (99.5-100% O).

Oxygen, lower purity (less than 99.5%).

Phosphoric acid (100% P2Os).
Phosphorus (white and red)

Potassium hydroxide (88-92% KOH).

Potassium pyrophosphate (100% K1P2O2)..

Soda ash: Synthetic (58% Na2O):

Total crude bicarbonate equivalent.
Finished light 10.
Finished dense.

Soda ash, natural..

Sodium bichromate and chromate.
Sodium chlorate (100% NaC101).
Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda):
Liquid (100% NaOH).....

Sodium phosphate:

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Tribasic (100% Na: PO1)

Meta (100% NaPO1)..

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Tripoly (100% Nas P1010).

Sodium silicate (soluble silicate glass, liquid and solid) (anhydrous) ".

Sodium sulfate:

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24, 135

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NA Not available. 1 Excludes quantities of acetylene produced and consumed by railroad shops, shipyards, and small establishments using portable generators.

Excludes quantities produced and consumed by municipalities.
Excludes byproduct coke-oven production.

Includes data for decolorizing and water purification grades only.

Excludes quantities produced and consumed in plants manufacturing soda ash or urea.

Total production, including quantities liquefied for use, storage, or shipment.

7 Beginning 1955, excludes quantities produced and consumed in manufacture of methanol and ammonia, produced by ammonia dissociation process, or disposed of as waste, e.g., vented, used as fuel, etc.

8 Ammonia soda and caustic carbonation processes.

Includes quantities used to manufacture caustic soda, sodium bicarbonate, and finished light and dense soda ash. 10 Excludes quantities converted to finished dense soda ash.

11 Prior to 1960, includes amounts produced and consumed in making meta-, ortho-, and sesquisilicates; beginning 1960, excludes these amounts. 12 Includes Glauber's salt converted to 100% Na2SO4.

13 Includes sulfuric acid of oleum grades.

Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; compiled from manufacturers' reports and published in Current Industrial Reports, Series M28A.

No. 1149. SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS-PRODUCTION AND SALES, BY GROUP: 1960, 1964, AND 1965

[Production and sales in millions of pounds; sales value in millions of dollars. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii]

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Source: U.S. Tariff Commission; annual report, Synthetic Organic Chemicals, U. S. Production and Sales.

No. 1150.

INDUSTRIAL EXPLOSIVES

SOLD FOR CONSUMPTION IN THE UNITED STATES: 1940 To 1965

[In thousands of pounds. Prior to 1959, excludes Hawaii. Excludes exports]

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1 Beginning 1950, totals include sales of liquid oxygen explosive. For 1964 and 1965, such sales amounted to 2,184,000 and 5,598,000 pounds, respectively, all for use in coal mining.

2 Represents type of high explosives approved by Bureau of Mines as suitable for safe use in coal mines provided specifications of use are followed.

Beginning 1956, includes processed and unprocessed ammonium nitrate blasting agents.

Source: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; Consumption of Industrial Explosives.

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