Joel Weintraub Blank 1950 Census Forms
Joel D. Weintraub, PhD
Prior to 1950, the census sheets were printed with a population schedule (what we
loosely refer to as the census) on one side and a second population on the other side.
In order to distinguish these, the front side was numbered with an A following the sheet
number, and the back side with a B.
In 1950 that was changed. One side was the population schedule and the other was the
housing schedule. There was no longer a need for the A and B designations.
Below are images of these two schedules.
1950 Population Schedule
1950 Housing Schedule
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