Counting people in 1930
This is a page from the Fifteenth Census of the United States, conducted in 1930. It lists information about several households located on 59th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The United States Constitution calls for an enumeration of the population to provide the basis for apportioning members of the House of Representatives. The Census is conducted every 10 years.
National Archives, Records of the Bureau of the Census
- Genealogy Notes "Plans of Division": Describing the Enumeration Districts of the 1930 Census
- "Blisters on My Heels, Corns on My Toes": Taking the 1930 Census of Population
- ARC Galleries: American People and Family History
- ARC Guide for Genealogists and Family Historians