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X Not applicable.
D Withheld to avoid disclosing figures of individual companies. 1 Includes shipments valued between $50 million and $100 million by establishments manufacturing glassware primarily from glass received from other establishments.
2 Establishments manufacturing glassware primarily from glass produced in the same establishment.
3 For 1964, value totaled between $650 million and $700 million and for 1965 between $700 million and $750 million. One-piece, excluding packers' tumblers. Includes tubing, cane, and other glass parts
Includes tubing and cane for fluorescent and neon lighting.
for electronic tubes and devices. 'Includes lamp parts, shades, reflectors, and other lighting glassware.
No. 1155. FLAT GLASS-PRODUCTION AND SHIPMENTS: 1965 AND 1966
1 Includes quantities shipped and quantities incorporated into other products manufactured by establishments producing glass. 2 Excludes glass block and tile.
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M32A (66)-4.
PIG IRON AND FERROALLOYS-SUMMARY: 1940 To 1966
[In thousands of short tons, except furnaces. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series P 233]
1 Prior to 1964, silvery pig iron included in "Foundry"; thereafter, in "All other."
2 Materials consumed in manufacture of pig iron only. 3 Includes agglomerated products.
No. 1157. PIG IRON AND FERROALLOYS-PRODUCTION, BY STATES: 1945 TO 1966
Includes Massachusetts through 1955. * Includes New Jersey through 1955.
STEEL-PRODUCTION OF RAW STEEL: 1940 to 1966
[In thousands of short tons, except index of production, 1957-59-100. Excludes foundries which normally produce only for castings. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series P 203-207, for production in long tons]
Open Bes- Elec- Basic Open Bes- Elec- Basic YEAR Total Index hearth semer tric oxygen YEAR Total Index hearth semer tric oxygen process
Source of tables 1156-1158: American Iron and Steel Institute, New York, N.Y.; Annual Statistical Report.
No. 1159. IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS-PRODUCTION, BY KIND: 1930 TO 1966 [In thousands of short tons. See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series P 208 and P 210-211, for production in long tons for selected items]
NA Not available.
1 Beginning 1960, "Cotton ties and baling bands" included in "Strip"; beginning 1964, "Hoops" also included in "Strip."
These are mostly further elaborations of products listed above.
Includes forged axles.
Source: American Iron and Steel Institute, New York, N.Y.; Annual Statistical Report.
No. 1160. IRON AND STEEL-WHOLESALE PRICE INDEXES: 1940 TO 1967 [1957-59-100. Prior to 1961, excludes Alaska and Hawaii; for treatment in index weights, see text, p. 347]
Source: Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; monthly and annual reports, Wholesale Prices and Price Indexes.
STEEL PRODUCTS-NET SHIPMENTS, BY MARKET CLASSES: 1940 to 1966 [In thousands of short tons. Comprises carbon, alloy, and stainless steel]
! Beginning 1964, "Rail transportation" included in "Other."
* Included in "Construction, including maintenance. Beginning 1964, "Street railways and rapid transit systems" included in "Railroad rails, trackwork." Source: American Iron and Steel Institute, New York, N.Y.; Annual Statistical Report.
No. 1162. IRON AND STEEL-AGGREGATE EXPORTS OF SELECTED ITEMS: 1900 TO
[Quantities in thousands of short tons; values in millions of dollars. Includes exports of Puerto Rico to foreign countries. Includes ferromanganese. Beginning 1925, excludes steam and hot water heating boilers and radiators. Value figures through 1920 exclude, and those beginning 1925 include, data for small items for which quantity figures are not available. Includes shipments under foreign aid programs; beginning 1949 also includes civilian supply shipments. Beginning 1952, quantity figures exclude data for wire cloth and articles for which quantities are not reported]
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; prior to 1947, Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States; thereafter, Quarterly Summary of Foreign Commerce of the United States, and unpublished data.
247 079 067 50
SHIPMENTS AND Unfilled Orders: 1950 to 1966 [In thousands of short tons. Prior to 1963, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Gray iron castings, except 1950, are based on a sample of foundries; all other data on a complete count}
'Unfilled orders "for sale" only. Excludes unfilled orders of captive plants.
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Monthly data in Current Industrial Reports, Series M33A, and M33-1.
COPPER-BASE MILL AND FOUNDRY PRODUCTS SHIPMENTS: 1950 TO 1966
1 Excludes webbing scrap generated in production of military ammunition cups and discs. Copper content. Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census and Business and Defense Services Administration; Copper Industry Report, 1964, and Current Industrial Reports, Series BDSAF-84(66)-4.
MAGNESIUM MILL PRODUCTS-NET SHIPMENTS: 1950 TO 1966
[In millions of pounds. Prior to 1963, excludes Alaska and Hawaii. Producers' net shipments consist of total shipments less shipments to other metal mills for further fabrication into other forms of mill products]
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; Current Industrial Reports, Series M33-2 and M33G.