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Pittsburgh Census Information @ Pitt: 1930 Census

This guide provides census tract numbers for Pittsburgh area communities and neighborhoods and provides access to data and maps for Pittsburgh census tracts since 1910.

Census Maps

Titles linked to PITTCat records Scanned items
Key Map Showing Census Tract Designations Scanned map
Pittsburgh census tracts laid out for the Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce by G. A. Lundberg and F. F. Stephan and adopted by the Bureau of the Census for the 1930 Census of Population, 1931 Scanned map 

Pittsburgh Census Tracts [Goes with Census tract tables of population and families, 1930]

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1. Total Population: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
2. Population Increase or Decrease: 1920-1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map (not yet available)
3. Foreign-Born White Population: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
4. Negro Population: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
5. Children under 15 Years of Age: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
6. Population residing in hotels, lodging houses, institutions, and other  non-family groups [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
7. Per Cent of Heads of Families Native White of Native Parentage [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
8. Per Cent of Heads of Families Foreign-born White [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
9. Per Cent of Heads of Families Negro [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
10. Median Equivalent Monthly Rental: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
11. Families Paying High and Low Rents: 1930 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
12. Unemployment in January, 1931 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
13. Families Receiving Unemployment Relief November, 1932 [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
14. Persons Born in Austria [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
15. Persons Born in Czechoslovakia [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
16. Persons Born in England [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
17. Persons Born in Germany [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
18. Persons Born in Greece [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
19. Persons Born in Hungary [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
20. Persons Born in Irish Free State [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
21. Persons Born in Italy [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
22. Persons Born in Lithuania [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
23. Persons Born in Northern Ireland [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
24. Persons Born in Poland [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
25. Persons Born in Roumania [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
26. Persons Born in Russia [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
27. Persons Born in Scotland [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
28. Persons Born in Yugoslavia [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
Cases Receiving Work Relief from the Allegheny County Emergency Relief Board on March 4, 1935. Each Dot Represents Five Cases. [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
Cases Receiving Work Relief from the Allegheny County Emergency Relief Board on March 4, 1935. Each Dot Represents Twenty-five Cases. [Goes with Population maps and analysis of Pittsburgh census and adjacent areas: 1930] Scanned map
Map B (Section 1) Pittsburgh Census Tracts [Goes with Real property inventory of Allegheny County, a survey of housing] Scanned map
Map B (Section 2)) Census Tracts: Northwest Part of Allegheny County 1936 [Goes with Real property inventory of Allegheny County, a survey of housing] Scanned map
Map B (Section 3) Census Tracts: Northeast Part of Allegheny County 1936 [Goes with Real property inventory of Allegheny County, a survey of housing] Scanned map
Map B (Section 4) Census Tracts: Southwest Part of Allegheny County 1936 [Goes with Real property inventory of Allegheny County, a survey of housing] Scanned map
Map B (Section 5) Census Tracts: Southeast Part of Allegheny County 1936 [Goes with Real property inventory of Allegheny County, a survey of housing] Scanned map

 

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