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The Farmer's Dollar: Its Index Value
Source: United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics

Ret'il Prices P'd Index Numbers of Prices Received. for Commodities (August, 1909-July, 1914-100)

Used 1910-14=100

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1916

126 119 100

120 109 116 1917

217 187
118
174 135

155 1918,

227 245 172

203 163 186 1919

233 247
178

207 186 209 1920

232 248 191

174 198 223 1921

112 101 157

109 156 162 1922,

106 156 174

114

143 141 1923.

113 216 137

107 159

146 1924.

129 212 125 150 110 149 149 1925,

157 177 172 153 140 153 163 1926

131 122 138 143 147 152 159 1927

128 128 144 121 140 155 144 1928

130 152 176 159 151 158 153 1929

120 144 141 149 156 157 162 1930

100 102 162 140 133 137 129 1931

63 63 98 117 92 108 100 1932.

44 47 82 102 63 83 82 1933.

62 64 74 105 60 82 75 1934.

93 99 100 103 68 95 89 1935

103 101 91 125 118 108 117 1936.

108 100 100 111 121 119 115 1937

126 95 122 123 132 124 111 1938

74 70 73 101

114 109 108 1939

72 73 77 105 110 104 94 1940

85 81 79 114 108 113 96 These index numbers are based on retail prices paid by farmers.

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AVERAGE PRICES RECEIVED BY AMERICAN FARMERS

Jan. 15

Hogs.

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1920.

13.361 8.99 12.89 9.34 12.91 53.3 94.42 118 28.00 5 35 16.60 69.88233.8 143.6 1925.

9.31 5.63

8.50 7.86 12.69 42.8 54.81 73 16.17 3.04 10.52 37.50 162.1 112.0 1927

10.97 6.45 9.75 6.87 10.65 30.9 66.77 73 19.07 2.62 10.12 18.55 122.2 64.3 1928.

7.81

8.48 10.88 7.52 11.34 33.283.11 77.17 15.97 1.78 9.55 37.40 115.2 75.2 1929.

8.18 8.97 12.20 7.84 12.231 35.991.54 77.11 16.96 2.41 12.6738.05 98.5 80.2 1930.

8.80 8.69 11.84 6.91 11.10 27.4 89.17 77 9.92 2.46 11,15 28.95 107.5 77.3 1931.

7.25 6.41 9.61 4.01 6.30 17.459.90 65 11.78 3.299.97 21.25 59.1 61.7 1932.

3.76 4.29 5.62 2.48 4.43) 12.5 42.00 56.25 7.27 1.53 6.36 10.38) 44.1 33.7 1933.

2.68 3.28
4.12 2.10 4.09 8.931.67 59.08 4.73 0.98 5.68 8.81 32.9

19.1 1934. 3.06 3.33 4.46 2.71

5.50 24.6 30.99 66.50 6.40 2.13 5.32 16.181 69.4 43.9 1935.

6.87 5.06 5.84 3.30 6.21 18.8 36.10 77.60 11.89 7.86 10.83 40.27 89.3 85.3 1936.

8.911 6.22 8.15 4.34 8.25 24.152.60 92.70 8.91 1.27 7.37 31.72 92.0 53.5 1937

9.10 6.54 8.62 4.24 7.92 31.3154.50 96.30 15.55 2.67 12.37 36.82 123.6 100.6 1938. 7.59 5.93 8.32 2.67

7.15 21.6 56.90 87.40 17.37 1.40 13.67 18.581 88.6 52.2 1939

6.96 6.68 8.30) 3.83 7.33 20.0 58.60 82.00 8.62 1.24 11.15 23.09 57 11 45.1 1940.

5.18 6.94 8.95 3.86 7.57 28.1.59.90 78.30 8.75 1.81 10.29 26.00 84.5 53.2 1941

7.26 8.39 9.70 4.35 8.34 31.3 64.60 70.20 9.02 1.62 8.20124.46 73.0 06.0 The figures represent dollars per 100 lbs. for hogs, beef cattle, veal calves, sheep, and lambs; dollars per head for milch cows and horses; cents per lb. for wool; dollars per ton for cotton seed; dollars per bushel for clover seed, timothy seed, and alfalfa seed; cents per bushel for wheat and corn.

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1926,

40.0 59.5 88.2 85.7 220.5 149.3 224.5146.313.31 17.4 44.3 36.3 20.9 1927

42.61 580 83 61 83.6 139.11 97.8 193.0 97.0 13.38 10.6 44.0 36.91 20.1 1928

49.31 73.6 89.0 82.0 93.693.4188.4 162.0 10.601 18.6 45.2 38.2 19.6 1929.

43.7 56.2 87.9 91.2 58.9 104.2 211.1 124.0 11.61 17.945.3 33.0 21.6 1930.

43.1 53.9 85.7 97.3 137.8103.1 279.8 148.0 11.16 15.8 39.91 38.4 19.8 1931.

31.1 36.6 37.4 79.1 90.3 98.1 131,7 104.0 11.21 8.6 31.0 22.1 15.7 1932.

22.7 35.7 36.8 42.1 47.1 61.4 116.1 66.0 8.60 5.6 26.3 17.2 13.3 1933

13.4 18.4 22.7 39.2 37.4 42.2 90.8 65.06.03 5.6 20.61 21.4 9.3 1934. 32,5 43.7 53.652.1 77.2 67.2 1614 89.0 7.78 10.3 19.6 17.6

9.4 1935 54.6 80.2 73.1 57.7 46.1 71.5 167.7 99.0 14.02 12.3 27.4 25.0

12.3 1936.

25.938.6 41.4 51.7 65.4 65.4 161.3 31.07.30 11.1 33.5 22.8 16.5 1937

52.71 90.4 97.9 86.4 122.2 87.8 209.2111011.51 12.4 34.31 20.11 13.4 1938

30.0 54.0 64. 1 66.5 54.0 75.8 192.7 70.0, 8.79 7.9 33.5 21.6 16.7 1939

26, 31 38.0 34.71 53.7 84.6 69. 2 171. 1] 95.0 6.79 8.3 25. 2 18.8 14.0 1940.

36.3 45.9 56.7 63.0 74.0 72.9 194.0 73.0 7.90 10.1 30.0 18.31 12.0 1941.

33.3 42.5 43.61 54.7 54.6 87.5 1.54 90.0 7.78 9.45 31.1! 19.7) 13.7 The figures represent cents per bushel for oats, barley, rye, buck wheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and flax seed; cents per bushel for apples; dollars per ton hay: cents per lb. for cotton: butter and chickens; cents per dozen for eggs.

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The Vitamin Content of Foods

(100 gram edible portions)

Source: Dietary and Chemical Researches The range of values reported for any one vitamin in a particular food item is often broad, due to natural variations in the food, varietal differences, and method of assay.

In calculating the vitamin content of ordinary diets, average figures for the vitamin content of foods are required because specific information about the variety, condition of growth, and other factors affecting the vitamin values of foods is usually not available.

Every figure in the enclosed table represents one or more actual assays of the respective food item listed in the lefthand column.

VITAMIN VALUES FOR EDIBLE PORTIONS OF FOODS
Vitamin values per

Vitamin values per 100 grams

100 grams
Food

Food
А
Bi C D

A BIC D
I. U.
Micro, mgm
I. U.

I. U.
Micro. mgm

I. U. Apples, all varieties.. 501 18--693-6

Grapefruit: Apricots:

Canned..

60 30 Dried, sulfured.. 5,800

Fresh

701 40 Fresh. 2,000 60 Grapejuice: Canned.

20 Asparagus: Green. *960 175 44 Grapes

45 4 Avocado.

128 100 28
Guava Juice.

45 120 Bacon

245
Haddock

60
Banana.
400 55 10.5 0 Hallbut

85 Beans:

Ice cream, plain 440-880 60 Green, snap. *2,000 *45 18

Kale

* 14,500 190 140 Lima, dried

510

Lamb:
Lima, fresh, green.

3401 36
Chop, lean,

245 I Navy, dried..

*385
Liver

420

15-20 Yellow, wax.

350
*85 23.5
Lemon juice

18 60 Beel:

Lentils: Dried.

• 100 630 3 Kidney

300
Lettuce: Head

200-300 85 20 Lean, round

115

Liver: Suet. 600

Beer.

92,000 2651 30 40-50 Beet greens

*16,100
35
Call

10,000 Beets.

601 50
Lamb

420

15-20 Blackberries

SO 25

Mutton

160.000 Blueberries.

45
Pork

10,000 375 26 40-50 Bread:

Mackerel

175 90

1,100 Rye, 100 per cent.

250
Mango..

601 15 White (without milk)

60

Milk: Whole wheat.

360

Condensed, sweet... 280 70
Broccoli.

100 100
Dry, skim.

375
Brussels sprouts
*640 170 120

Dry, whole.

1,600 315 Butter:

Evaporated.

460 50 Summer

5.900
50 Fluid, skim, pasteur.

15

40 Winter

3,650

25
Fluid, summer, past,

230 48 1.4 15 Cabbage:

Fluid, winter, past.

85 48 1.4

01 Bleached, raw.

35
Mushrooms

150
New, med, green.
* 170 80 70
Muskmelon.

2.390) 55 30 Red, raw

40
Mustard greens.

12,000 140170
Cantaloupe
2,390 55/ 30
Mutton: Lean.

180 Carrots *10,000 *70 8 Oatmeal: Quick

*810 Cauliflower

70 165 94
Oats: Rolled

*725 (elery, bleached.

0 35 8
Okra...

* 2,380 125 12.5 Chard, Swiss..

*14,500
*15
Olives: Green,

1,000 Cheese:

Onion: Mature

120 9 American Ched. 1,200 40

Orange:
Cherry: Winds. fresh.

50
Deep yellow

350

38 Chicken:

Light yellow

75 38 Fryer..

95

Orange juice:
Roaster

95
Deep yellow

350

38 Clams: Raw

3 Light yellow

50 75! 38 Collards * 12,000 200 60 Oysters,

5 Corn:

Papaya.

25 40 Country Gentleman.

120 10
Papaya julce.

251 40 Golden Bantam...

150 43
Parsnips.

115 37 Corn meal:

Peaches: White.

300

Dried, yellow, sull. 3,400
Yellow
330 235
White fleshed

7.5 Cranberries:

Yellow fleshed..

1,670

9 Fresh

70
15

Peanuts:
Sauce.

70
15
Blanch, roast, Span,

235 Cream:

Raw. Spanish.

1,050 Summer, light.

1.640
5-18 Pears; Fresh

3.8 Sutnmer, heavy

3.280

10-36 Pean: Winter, light..

820
1-5 Dried, greenl.

*530 1,440 Winter, heavy.

1,640

2-10
Fresh, green

*700 *350 25 Cucumber.

65 10
Pecans..

200 Currants:

Peppers: Sweet.

875 60 129 Black

0-60 148
Persimmons: Cultiv.. 2,550

43
Red
100 30-60 25

Pineapple:
Dandelion greens *7,200

30
Canned.

200

10 Dates: Dried.. 350 70 Fresh.

200 90 25 Eggs:

Plums: Fresh, yellow. 603 50 2 Surntner, whole..

1.400 130

50-170| Pork: Summer, yolk. 3,760 350 150-500 Chop, loin, lean.

* 1,240 Winter, whole..

700 130
15 50 Ham, lean.

1,430 Winter, yolk

1,880 350

50-140
Liver

10,000 375 26 40-50 Endive: Curled. 3,850 1001 10 Roast, lean, loin..

*708 Figy:

Potatoes:
Dried, yellow
115 300
Mature.

*40 *120 *8.5 Flesh

75 1.9
New..

*40 *150*16 Flour:

Prunes, Dried, unsull. 1,560 180 6
White, patent

60
Pumpkins.

•1,200

26 Wholewheat.

450
Radishes.

15

90

THE VITAMIN CONTENT OF FOODS--Continued
Vitamin values per

Vitarnin values per 100 grams!

100 grams!

Food
A
BI с D

A

BI C D

Food

I. U.
Micro. Ingin
I. U.

I. U. : Micro. mga

I. U. Raisins: Sun-dried...

105
Strawberries.

50

87 Raspberries:

Sweet potato.

*3,600 90 26.5 Black

25
Tangerine.

350

120 26 Red. 130 25 25 Tangerine juice.

350 120 26 Rhubarb

100
15
Tomato: Red

1,150 751 20 Rice: Brown

420
Tomato juice.

1,150 751 20 Rice polishings

2.220
Trout, fresh water.

90 Rutabagas.

75 30
Tuna, canned.

200

800 Rye: Whole grain.

430
Turnip greens

*19,900 140 148 Salmon, red canned

100
800 Turnips: White.

6032 Sardines, can.: Amer. 135

560 Walnut meats: Engl,

40 340 Sauerkraut

25
Watercress

180124 Soybeans:

Watermelon.

70 5.5 Dried..

1,455

Wheat:
Green, fresh

475 40
Germ..

1001,200-
Spinach.
*10,000 *90 75

6,600 Squash:

Shredded

220 Summer *700 40! 23 Whole grains.

450 Winter

*6.000 45 3.51 1 Vitamin values are for uncooked products unless otherwise indicated. * Values refer to 100 grams of raw weight corrected for vitamin losses in cooking,

Where there are no figures the food has been tested and found lacking in this vitamin or the quantities present are insignificant; or no reliable value can be given.

A Daily (B-1) Vitamin Allowance

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Source: The American Medical Association According to the Committee on Foods of the American Medical Association, an adult needs 2 milligrams a day of thiamin chloride, the nerve vitamin (B-1), an adult woman requires 1.8 milligrams. The following table shows the milligram content of the foods named: 6 oz. whole-wheat bread .51 4 oz. potatoes.

.15 6 oz. enriched four bread

.38 4 oz. oranges. Ordinary white bread .056 4 oz. tomatoes

.12 1 pint milk .26 4 02. other vegetables

.20 4 oz. lean meat. .50 4 oz. other fruits.

.056 1 egg.. .07 1 oz. cereal

.10 The Committee has prepared, also, sample low-cost and high-cost diets considered to be sufficient for supplying all the essential vitamins and minerals including B-2.

Low Cost 3 to 4 cups of milk daily for each child. 3 cups daily for each sedentary adult. i quart daily for an expectant or nursing mother. I pint daily for each other adult. Potatoes or sweet potatoes--10 or 11 servings a week. Dry beans or peas, or nuts-3 or 4 servings a week. Tomatoes or citrus fruit-4 or 5 servings a week with at least 4 tablespoons of tomato juice or 2

tablespoonsuls of orange juice for each child.
Leafy, green or yellow vegetables-9 or 10 servings a week.
Eggs-4 a week for each person.
Lean meat, fish or poultry-6 or 7 small servings a week.
Cereal-Once or twice a day; bread with every meal; dessert, once a day.

Expensive Diet 3 cups of milk daily for each child under 2 and each sedentary adult. 4 cups daily for other children, quart for expectant or nursing mothers, and pint for all other adults. Potatoes or sweet potatoes-Once a day. Tomatoes or citrus fruit--Once a day. Leafy, green or yellow vegetables--11 or 12 times a week. Other vegetables or fruits-3 times a day. 1 egg a day for each person. 9 or 10 servings of lean meat, fish' or poultry a week. Anything else the family wants to eat.

A milligram is one-thousandth of a gram, a gram = 15,432-troy grains, a troy pound=5,760 troy grains.

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Apples

84.1 0.3 0.4 11.1 290 Apricots.

85.4 1.0 0.1 10.4 255 Avocados 65.4 1.7 26.4

0.6

1,200 Bananas.

74.8 1.2 0.2 19.2 445 Blackberries. 85.3 1.2 1.1

6.1 285 Blueberries. 83.4 0.6 0.6 9.7 310 Cherries. 83.0 1.1 0.5

310 Crabapples. 81.1 0.4

12.6 340 Cranberries, 87.4 0.4 0.7 4.2 240 Currants. 84.7 1.6 0.4

5.7 275 Figs.

78.0
1.4 0.4

16.2 395 Gooseberries 88.3 0.8 0.4 4.2

215 Grapefruit. 88.8 0.5 0.2 6.5 200 Grapes.

81.9 1.4 1.4 11.5 355 Guavas.

80.6 1.0 0.6 6.1 355 Haws,

75.8

2.0
0.6

440 Lemons,

89.3 0.9 0.6 2.2 200 Limes

86.0 0.8 0.1 0.5 240 Mangos. 81.4 0.7

13.7 335 Calories are per pound. Sugar means as invert.

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Value of U. S. Merchandise Imports and Exports, by Years

Year
(Cal.)

1911. 1912, 1913. 1914. 1915. 1916. 1917 1918. 1919. 1920. 1921. 1922. 1923. 1924. 1925. 1928. 1927. 1928. 1929. 1930. 1931. 1932 1933. 1934. 1935. 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940.

Source: United States Department of Commerce
Exports

Imports for Consump. Total Excess of
General

Exp. and Exp. Over Total Domestic Foreign

Imports

Free Dutiable Imp. Imp. 1.000 Dolls 1.000 Dolls 1,000 Dolls. 1,000 Dolls 1,000 Dolls. 1,000 Dolls. 1,000 Dolls. 1,000 Dolls. 2,092,527 2,058,413 34,114 1,532,359 794.444 737,915 3.624,886 560,168 2,399,218 2,362,696 36,522 1,818,073 992,344 825,729 4,217,291 581,145 2,484,018 2,448,284 35,734 | 1,792,596 991,851 800,745 4,276,614 691.422 2,113,624 2,071,058 42.566 1.789,276 1,097,938 691,338 3,902,900 324,348 3,554,671 3,493,231 61,440 1.778,597 1,167,429 611.168 5,333,268 1,776,074 5,482,641 5,422,642 59,999 2,391,635 1.611,887 779,748 7.874,276 3,091.006 6.233,513 6,169,617 63,896 2,952,468 2,135,552 816.916 9,185,981 3,281,045 6,149.088 6,047.875 101,213 3,031.213 2.230,353 800.860 9,180,301 3,117,875 7,920,426 7.749.816 170.610 3.904,365 2,698,703 1,205,662 11.824,791 4,016,061 8,228,016 8,080,481 147,535 5,278,481 3,117,010 2,161,471 13,506,497 2,949,535 4,485,031 4,378,928 106,103 2,509,148 1,562,292 946.856 6,994,179 1,975,883 3,831,777 3,765,091 66,686 3,112,747 1.871.917 1,240,830 6.944,524 719,030 4,167,493 4,090.715 76.778 3.792,066 2,135,942 1,656.124 7,959,559 375,427 4,590,984 4,497,649 93,335 3,609,963 2,080,096 1.529,867 8,200,947 981,021 4,909,848 4,818,722 91.125 4,226,589 2,651.266 1.575,323 9,136,437 683,258 4.808,660 4,711,721 96.939 4,430,888 2,853,411 1.577.477 9,239,548 377.772 4,865,376 4,758,864 106,512 4,184,742 2,685,138 1,483,187 9.050.118 680,637 5,128,356 5,030,099 98,258 4,091,444 2.678.633 1.399.304 9.219,800 1,036,912 5,240,995 5,157,083 83.912 4,399,361 2,880,128 1.458,444 9,640,356 841,634 3,843,181 3.781.172 62.009 3,060.908 2,081,123 1,032.954 6,904,359 782,273 2,424.289 2.377,982 46,307 2,090.635 1,391,693 696,762 4.514,924 333,664 1,611,016 1,576,151 34.865 1,322,774 885,536 439,557 2,933,790 288,242 1.674.994 1,647,220 27,774 | 1,449.559 903,547 529,466 3.124,553 225, 435 2,132,800 2,100.135 32,665 1,655,055 991,161 644,842 3,787,855 477.745 2,282,874 2.243.081 39,793 2,047, 485 1,205,987 832,918 4,330,359 235,389 2,455,978 2,418,969 37.009 2,422,592 1,384.895 1.039,082 4.878.570 33.386 3.349.167 3.298,929 50.238 3.083.669 1.765.248 1.244.605 6.432.835 265,499 3,094,440 3,057, 169 37.271 1,960,428 1,182,696 766,929 5,054,868 1,134,012 3,177.178 3,123.343 53.834 2,318,081 1,397,280 878,819 5.495,257 859,095 4,021,564 3,934,685 86.879 2,623.445 1,648,285 892.004 6,647,009 1,396,119

U. S. TRADE WITH NONCONTIGUOUS TERRITORIES

Shipments from United States Shipments to United States Noncontiguous Territories

1938
1939
1940
1938
1939

1940

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Domestic, Foreign Merchandise.. 227.783,483 236,125,432 283,514,819 238,675,495 246,144,709 227,656.557 Alaska

42,676,622 48,039,460 48,039,460 56,044,728) 42,228,758 40,173,952 Hawaii Puerto Rico.

80,746,030 86,447,423 103,972,709 84,663,860 88,977,210 83,733,274 Virgin Islands.

2,358,548 2,487,805 3.023.979 1,220,506 1,658,523 1,448.020 Guam 357,838 402.963 545,430 79,065 88,468

83.785 American Samoa .

221,787 164.758 230,007 110.657 84,862 72,396 Wake Island

58,668 116,196 116,195 Midway Island

136.839 171,470 96,464 Canton, Enderbury Islands

265,135 51,036 Gold and silver...

84,736 100,370 273,184 21,619.144| 20.156,805 21,135,248

foreign Alaska..

2.178

114 domestic.. 67.625 64,370 93,118 21,613,844 20,150,327) 20,983,505 Hawaii.

domestic

17,111 36,000 181,850 5,300 4,300 146,500 Puerto Rico.

.domestic. Virgin Islands

..domestic..

Per Capita Exports and Imports of Merchandise

Year (Cal.)

Ex

Imports ports

1890.. 1895.. 1900. 1905 1910.. 1915..

Source: Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
Ex- Im-
Year Ex- Im-

Year Ex- Im- Year
ports ports (Cal.) ports ports (Cal.) ports ports (Cal.)
Dolls Dolls
Dolls, Dolls.

Dolls. Dolls
13.54 12.27 1920.. 74.70 47.16|1927.

39.63 34.671934..
11.51 10.611921.,
39.36 23.27 1928.

41.31 33.49 1935
18.17 11.01 1922.

33.75 27.55 1929. 41.77 35.14 1936
17.62 12.84 1923.
36.11 32.95 1930.

30.23 24.901|1937
18.41 16.66 1924.
39,12 31,1011931.

18.85 16.56 1938.
27.13 16.46 1925. 41.30 35.80 1932.

12.41 10.43 1939 1928.. 39.81 37.24 1933.

12.88) 11.21.1940.

Dolls. Dolls. 16.31 12.71 17. 29 15.72 18. 52 18.55 25.08 22.89 23.07 14.71 23.39 17.05 29.30 18.92

WORLD TRADE, AND SHARE OF THE UNITED STATES THEREIN

Source: U. S. Department of Commerce; values show millions of dollars.
World Total United Unit. States

World Total United Unit. States
Trade (102 States Per Cent of

Trade (102 States Per Cent of Year Countries) Trade World Total Year Countries) Trade World Total (Cal.)

(Cal.) Ex- Im- Ex- Im- Ex- Im

Ex- Im- Ex

Im- Ex

Imports ports ports ports ports ports

ports ports ports ports ports ports 1913. 20,273 21,565 2,484 1.793 12.3 8.3 1932.. 12.609 13,886 1.611 1,323 12.8 9.5 1925

31,673 33,298 4.910 4.227 15.5 12.7 1933. 11,740 12,484 1.302 1.1331 11.1 9.1 1926. 30.116 32,195 4.809 4,431 16.0 13.8 1934 11,364 12.011 1,272 987] 11.2 8.2 1927 31,643 33,685 4,865 4.185 15.4 12.4 1935. 11.580 12,192 1.355 1,216 11.7 10.0 1928 32,809 31.660 5,128 4.091 15.6 11.8

1936 12,530 13,192 1,449 1.432 11.6 10.9 1329 33.021 35,585 5,241 4,400

15.8 12.4 1937..

15,224 16,413 1,978 1.821 13.0 11.1 1930 20,476 29.685 3.483 3,061 14.5 10.7

1938 13.215 14.280 1.825 1.158 13.8 8.1 1931. 118.874 20.7161 2,424 2.090 13.0 10.1

1939 12.900 13,910 1.876 1.369 14.5 9.8 Authentic data for 1940 are lacking, owing to the war which increased the share of the United States,

United States Foreign Trade, by Countries
Source: United States Department of Commerce; by calendar years

1937

1940

1939

1938

1936

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$1.000 $1,000 $1,000 $1.000 $1.000 $1,000 $1.000 $1.000 $1.000 $1.000 Argentina.. 106,877 83,301 71,113 81.920

86.772 40,707 94.182 138,940 56.910 Australia. 75,455 25,560 61,554 14,883

68,823 8,714 73,517 43.639 58,491 22,946 Austria

746 1,276 3,086 5.756 2.568 4.108 Belgium

24.977 29,238 64,567 63,296 76.936 41,693 95,341 75,081 58.787 58,882 Bolivia 7,763 5,668 4,512 2,029 5,395 865 5,863 1,363 3.562

564 Brazil

110,587 108,166 80,440 107,243 61,955 97,937 68,631) 120,639 48.977] 101,999 Bulgaria 601 1,548 351 2,815 760

2,214 490 857 336 646 Canada

714,518 423,539 493,450 340,066 467,662 260,274 509,315 398,309 383,953 375,874 Chile..

43,428 64.941 26.789 40,725 24,603 28,234 23.997 46,668 15,741 25,851 China

77.956 93.001 55,809 61,700 34,772 47,160 49,7031 103.622 46,819 74,340 Colombia 51,690 47,564 51.294 48.983 40,884 49.432 39,200 52,345 27,928 43,244 Costa Rica.. 11,537 3.921 9.786 3,230 5,449 4.102 4,477 4,434 3,028 3.347 Cuba.

84,694 105,433 81,644 104.930 76.329 105.840 92.263 148,047 67,432 127,487 Czecho-Slo'&..

24 3,758 4,033 26,493 26.174 13,283 37.183 4,649 23,514 Denmark

5.969 920 23.882 3,794 24.811 3.326 17.211 6.835 12,050 3,045 Dominican R. 6,999 5,365 6.780 5,824

5,695 5.745 6,469 7,377 4,578 5,362 Ecuador,

6,412 4,813 5.900 3,514 3,311 2.584 5.052 4,012 3,327 3,332 Egypt

20,567 7,284 13,9671 7,024 13,320 4,772 13.711 13,533 10.034 10,243 Finland.

24,366 5,407 13,442 20, 664 11.991 18,074 12,264 17,5781 7,455 15,403 France.

252,455 36,565) 181,825 62,375 133,835 54,061 164,528 75,609 129,534 65,258 Germany

156

5,414 47.374 52,447 107,588 64,537 126,342 92,468 100,585 79,590 Greece.

9,767 12.929 6,391 22,359 8,052 14.873 5.948 17,234 6,0491 10,691 Guatemala

9,117 11.076 8,574 10,724 6.862 9,529 7.612 9,611 4,553 8,362 Haiti. 4.617 3,618 5,140 2,031 3,642 2,967 4,084

2,896

3,941 1,818 Honduras. 7,291 9,521 5,812 7,031 6,292 5,691 5,568 5,674 4,906 6,078 Honduras, B. 1,167 1,946 1,021 1.716

1,057

2,344 1,003 1.764 992 1.535 Hong Kong.. 17,387 3,192 18,127 3,586 21,288 3,367 20,266 9,213 8,550 8,540 Hungary

3,583 1.702 2,695 4.223 2,408 3,543 693 5,512 555 3,633 India, British. 68,428 102,186 42,813 66,409 33,441 58,349 43,747 95,942 26,812 70,322 Iran (Persia). 6,465 8,647 4,433 4,381 9,119 3,243 5,456 5.943

5,103 3,735 Ireland (Eire) 9,035 2,692 9,593 1,672

26.947

958 12,152 1,864 7,431 1,004 Italy

51,472 23.606 58,863 39,921 58,266 41,202 76,830 48,170 58,796 40,199 Japan

227,204 158,376 231,405 161.195 239,575/ 126,820 288 558 204,201 204,312 171.720 Java, Madura 53.781 169,079 35,469 92,971 27,518 68,711 25,050 115,189 13,748 69,802 Latvia... 717 115 1,420 756 1.461 558 1.744 767 948

1,567 Malaya, Brit. 15,630 268,331 9,971 148,965 8,854112,270 8,836 242,872 5,021 168.007 Mexico.

96,941 75,780 83,177 56,319 62,043 49.006 109,450 60,120 76,042 48.948 Netherlands. 34,023 8,545 96,809 28,930

96.752 31,371 93.524 53,287 52.778 50.023 Newfoundl'd. 10,480 12,182 8,913 8,643

7.677

6,582 9,557 8,373 7,201 4,838 New Zealand 18,073

7,968 16,544 11,213 23,366 6.559 23,881 22,268 19,498 11,576 Nicaragua.

6,114 2,875 4,297 2,901 2,833 2,478 3,353 3,103 2,411 1,893 Norway, 14,536 7,939 32.103 21,686

22,567 15,688 22.210 25,987 15,436 21,587 Panama.

19.070 4,280 12,752 3,581 10,1651 3,352 24,981 4,622 22,724 4.602 Paraguay.

1,237 1,884 675 1,803 644 1,355 743 1.095 324 540 Peru. 23.123 17.943 19,246 13.948

16,893 12,813 19.011 16,524 13,440 9,021 Phillippines 93,335 .89,670) 100,017 91.927 86,472) 94,263 85,031) 126,061 60,351 98,823 Pol'd-Danzig

111 16,001 11,495 24,6961 13,417 26.297 19.568 20.278 12,127 Portugal

18,146 11,086 10,003 6,461 10,947 3.923 15,091 8,848 8,510 6,883 Rumania.

4,882 1.001 6,2331 2,378 6,283 2,474 6.938 4,978 3,358 2,519 Salavador 4,681 7,038 4,172 6.957

3,527 5,672 3.628 8.5631 2.794 5.012 Spain.

27.042 14,550 26,743 10,211 12,226 9.157 6,012 13,806 21,564 18.530 Sweden. 38,557 17,317 96.661 42,218

64.231 45,104 64.452 58,664 43,074 48,157 Switzerland. 22,570 27.200 18.609 30,617 10,585 23.036 9.622 26,897 7.659 20,659 Thail'd, Siam. 9,664 1,494 4,518 380

3.267

310 3.682 527 2,161 242 Turkey

8,274 13,887 8,313 19,831 13,218 18,958 14,916 17,855 6.222 9,811 U.S. Africa.. 103.915 47.388 69,118 28.721 70,065 15,983 88,723 14,402 70,075 5,866 U. Kingdom.. 1,009,623 155.060 505,226 149, 669 521,124 118.247 536,490 202,691 439,950 200,398 Uruguay

11,274 17,629 5.177 9,375 5,058 4,730 13.2031 13.809 8.530 12.239 U.S.S.R.

86,943 20,772 56,638 25,022 69.691 24.064 42.892 30,768 33,427 20,514 Venezuela 69,211 41,645 61.951 23,611 52.2781 20,035 46.445 22,770 24,079) 26.217 Yugoslavia 2,986 1,056 2,978 5,501 2,4721 3,837 2,657 6,248) 1.8911 4,516

TRADE OF CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES
Value of Exports

Value of Imports
Year
(Cal.)

To Foreign
To U. S.

From Foreign From U. S.
Total
Countries Possessions Total

Countries Possessions
Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
Dollars

Dollars 1923.

4.333,730,000 4,109,344.000 224,386,000 4.010.641.000 3.697,607.000 313,034,000 1924.

4,761,644,000 4,521,219.000 240,425,000 3,832,148,000 3,494,159.000 337,989.000 1925.

5,083.287.000 4,838,565.000 244.722.000 4,455,787,000 4,090,887.000 364.900,000 1926.

4.991.768.000 4,729,811,000 261,957.000 4,669.318.000 4,303,302,000 366.016.000 1927.

5,056,956,000 4,786.482,000 271,474,000 4.421.181.000 4,047.124,000 374,057.000 1928.

5,311.007.000 5,038,693,000 272,314.000 4,349,314,000 3,951,050,000 398,264,000 1929.

5,425,699.000 5,147,086.000 278,613,000 4,625,145,000 4,251,077,000 374,068,000 1930.

4,024,538.000 3,771,455,000 253,083.000 3.287.534.000 2,929,978,000 357,556.000 1931.

2,582.237.000 2,370,469.000 211.768.000 2.307,185,000 1,987,340,000 319,845.000 1932.

1.735.136.000 1,562,951,000 172,185,000 1,497,364,000 1,229,293,000 268.071.000 1933,

1,802,246.000 1,626,845,000 175,401.000 1,639.694.000 1.344,933.000 294,761,000 1934.

2.281,695,000 2,080.990.000 200.705.000 1.863,045,000 1.554,327,000 308,718,000 1935.

2,462,513,000 2,226,916,000 235,597,000 2,258,087,000 1.937.537.000 320,550,000 1936.

2,666.015.000 2,391.823.000 274,192,000 2.698.581.000 2,306,104.000 392,477,000 1937.

3,584,892,000 3,259,423,000 325,469,000 3,360,349,000 2,938,178,000 422,171.000 1938

3.317,903,000 3,004,131.000 313,772.000 2.181,571.000 1,844,602,000 331,969,000 1939.

3.409,213,000 3.073,619.000 335,594.000 2,549,199,000 2,211,884,000 337,315.000 1940..

4,302,559,000 3,926,210,000 376.349,000 2,837,084,000 2,520,257,000 316,827,000 The dollar values shown in the above table rep- | 30, 1933, and dollar currency, the gold value of resent dollars of 2322 grains fine gold prior to April which has declined, subsequent to that date.

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