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FOREWORD




The information contained herewith has been
compiled mainly from the daily citrus bulletins
issued by the Federal-State Market News Service at
Orlando, Florida and from various reports released
by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics; Foreigi
Agricultural Service; Florida Control Committee;
Florida Citrus Exchange and the Associated Citrus
Growers and Shippers of Florida.


Due to the early release of this Summary -
shipments, unloads and other similar data for the
1934-35 season are subject t. revision on account
of late and corrected reports which are not yet
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Pages
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2
Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail & Boat Orangos & Tangerines . . 3
Grapefruit . . . . . 4
Rail, Boat & Express Mixed Citrus . . 5
Florida Truck Shipments & Boat Destinations, by Weeks . .. 6
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . ... 7
Summary, Florida Citrus Survey & Crop Estimate . . . .. 8
Total Florida Citrus Plantings . . ...... . . . 9
Est. Production. lorida Citrus Expressed in Relative Percent-
ages for the Varioua Producing Counties . 10
Unloads in 66.Cities 1933-34 Season -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . 11-27
Unloads in 28 Cities 1933-34 Season -
Mixed Citrus . .. . . . . . 28-31
Unloads in 28 Cities Sept. 1934 Through April 1935 -
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . . . . 32-38
Unloads in 28 Cities Oct. 1934 Through April 1935 -
Tangerines . . . . . . 38-39
Unloads in 28 Cities Sept. 1934 Through April 1935 -
Mixed Citrus . . . . .. . .. 39-42
Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail & Boat ........... ..... 43-58
Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Truck (Interstate) . . . . .... .59-60
Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Oranges Florida & California . .. 61-66
Grapefruit Florida & Texas . . . . 67-72
Tangerines Florida Only . . . . 73-74
United States Exports May 1934 Through December 1934 -
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . ...... .75-76






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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES




MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
SUMMARY OF 1934-35 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at Orlando,
Florida from Sept. 26, 1934 to June 1, 1935 inclusive.



All indications at the beginning of the 1934-35 season were
for a very large crop, and conservative estimates exceeded thirty-five
million boxes with some as high as forty million. The movement during
the first part of the season was fairly heavy and, by December llth,
Florida rail and boat shipments totaled 13,847 cars compared to 11,513
cars the preceding year.

On December llth and 12th a severe freeze struck Florida.
Temperatures as low as 160 were officially registered and lows of 200
were reported in the southern part of the State. This resulted in
considerable damage to citrus, not only to the fruit but to the trees
as well. There was wide variation in the opinions of individuals as
to the extent of the damage but all were in accord that it was heavy.
Some sections were harder hit than others, yet all endeavored to
salvage as much of the crop as possible. The generally accepted
opinion was that the season would be shortened very materially and
that the total crop would be relatively light. However, as the season
advanced, shipments continued heavy nad.reliable tabulations through
June 1st revealed that Florida had shipped 23,133,828 boxes of citrus
compared with 23,859,130 to corresponding date a'year ago and no record
was available for the truck.movement after May 15th this year. It is
expected that the total shipments by rail, boat, express and truck will
about reach the final figures of 1933-34.

Following the freeze and continuing throughout the season there
was a.feeling of uncertainty and no pne.was able to forecast future
developments with any degree of accuracy. The total shipments far
exceeded all revised estimates. Early in April, when the general opin-
ion was that the supply of good fruit yet to be shipped was limited, there
was marked activity, particularly in buying 'on the tree'. Prices ad-
vanced sharply but, with the continued heavy movement coupled with a





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relatively high percentage of poor to ordinary quality fruit, prices
declined and trading was slow throughout the remainder of the season.
California's large crop also had an important bearing during the latter
part of Florida's season.

An interesting feature of the current season was the very large
cannery output of grapefruit. Another was the marked increase in inter-
state truck shipments. It has been estimated that the canneries have
used around five and three-quarter million boxes with some of the
opinion that it might reach six million. The truck movement through
May 15th was approximately three-quarters of a million boxes heavier
than through the corresp&iding date a year ago or nearly a 25 per cent
increase.

A price comparison of this season with last shows there were
14,727 cars of Florida oranges sold on the 10 leading auction markets
at a.wei:hted average of $8.60 per box compared to 14,314 cars a year
ago on the 9 leading auctions at $2.63. Grapefruit prices did not
compare so favorably; 8,791 cars sold'at $2.02 compared to $2.37
average for 8,002 cars last year. Tangerines were also lower; 2,197
cars averaging $1.18 for a four-fifths bushel box this season compared
to $2.4 ..for full. straps a year ago or $1.22 last year on a comparable
basis .

r:.o: On May 13th, the bureauu of Crop and Livestock Estimates reported
on.cpnditions of the 1935-36 Florida citrus crop as follows: "''

"Condition of citrus is below that' of a year
.s o -ias result .,o the December freeze and the dry
S .. weather.which has prevailed during much of the growing
sc.eason. On May 1', oranges were reported at 58 per cent
: f-Znormal compared with 88 per :coit in 1934. Grapefruit
Swas reported at 50 per cent df normal compared with 85
:.per cent in 1934 and tangerines at 48 per cent compared
w,, with 84 per cent a year ago. Bloom has been slow and
J., irregular but is still continuing. While a crop much
S ::below that of last year is to be expected, general
rains since May 1 have benefited the trees and should
help in bringing out the late bloom. Satsuma trees
in Northwest Florida were injured by the December ..:;.",::..
freeze and'a light crop is expected. Condition is:'; ,.:
reported at 49 per cent compared with 86 per cent' :
: in 1934."

To those wishing to 'make a thorough study of the various phases
of the, marketing of Florida'.s citrus crop, detailed statistics suitable
for..:this purpose, .are contained in the various tables of this summary.
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ORANGES AND TNGERINES .- CARLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


FLORIDA.
1934-35 ~ 1933-34
Qr!- T! ;-I Ore- Tan-
s g s


1934
Sept.1
8
15
22
29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29

Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1


2
7
9
96
600
913
750
831
1083
963
721
1430
841
505
1000
618
689
614
766
851
876
784
796
781
742
818
715
663
766
684
498
422
557
571
410
364


10
54
240
195
317
303
236
68
126

252
138
136
113
121
66
49
68
6o
31
13
2
2


2
21
23
40
55
252
450
605
702
670
1090
1374
762
544

919
1237
1132
1067
962
1091
1159
988
722
1257
1347
1193
1120
963
850
822
1051
865
644
552
294
272


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ALL OTHERS
34-35133-34:


11
59
142
145
213
304
273
177
171

269
184
153
202
216
139
73
62
23
30
11
6
3


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CAL IFORNIA
34-351 33-34


1168 897
1074 1047
1182 1251
874 1200
1011 1114
895 1110
853 1019
633 1056
501 1153
206 593
820 1032
1299 849
864 789
1264 911
1594 1116
891 668
S722 581
726 483

1043 541
876 654
1230 626
1388 788.
1288 861
845 628
1286 634
1517 677
1472 810
1173 979
1340 1036
1427 1118
1420 1164
1689 1046
1702: 1160
2018 1205
1734 1135
1160 1355
1554 1393
1953 1286
1818 1167
1729 1165


TOTALS
34-35 I 33-34


1168 897
1074 1047
1182 1251
874 1200
1013 1116
902 1131
862 1042
729 1096
1119 1210
1176 860
1673 .1547
2414 1601
2221 1640
2593 1804
2660 .2525
2581 2339
1647 1540
1367 1215

2303 1743
1638 2097
2063 1917
2123 2057
2204 2039
1797 1859
2219 1872
2379 1735
2346 1556
2000 2274
2108 2410
2249 2328
2141 2293
2353 2018
2469 2014
2704 2028
2232 2186
1583 2220
2113 2037
2525 1838
2228 1461
2093 1437








GRAPEFRUIT CARROT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


1934
Sept.1
8
15
22
29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec..1
.. 8
15
22
29
1935
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9'
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1


23
9 69
45 79
142 164
369 341
468 280
445 225
303 379
374 541
539 600
492 377
364 508
433 449
434 286
470 .4s5
. 424 513
- 279 284
256 231

433 345
383 414
399 424
363 565
3.93 498
330 457
340 455
440 466
553 621
531 450
483 509
382 455
481 469
572 491
892 462
710 415
565 473
470 383
389 217
434 199
403 116
437 106


,- 37
so
15
6 19
65 23
07 5
7 1
7 2
49 20
130 13
151 14
176 56
143 52
128 88
183 122
157 58
108 .68

140 176
309 .194
331 129
229 92
310 41
262 62
165 58
281 48
260 21
233 31
160 29
100 32
101 19
31 4


30
18 8
19 13
7 3
5 2
8
24 2
32 2
38 13
19 13
37 14
32 17
35 23
19 16
31 17
38 21
32 20
31 11

35 28
32 36
37 51
44 43
56 51
48 54
37 4o
62 54
56 58
55 78
47 73
61 87
55 67
.80 85
99 '-o11
78 127
68 87
70 124
87 116
94 90
81 71
56 83


30 23
27 114
64 172
149 182
380 362
541 3303
496 232
342 382
419 556
607 633
659 4o4
547 539
644 528
596 354
629 590
645 656
468 362
395 310

608 549
724 644
767 604
636 700
759 590
640 573
542 553
783 568
869 700
819 559
690 611
543 574
'637 555
683 580
S991 "563
788 542
633 560
S540 507
476 333
528 289
484 -187
493 -189


38 13
34 42
53 25
51 24
45 36
2 33
4 31
2 11
- 16
5
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
1


1
15
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

5
5
-
22
20
8
6
4
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MIXED CITRUS :.CAIROT SHIPMENTS (RAIL, BOAT & EXPRESS) BY WEEKS


Week
Ending


1934
Sept. i
8
15
22 :
29
Oct. 6
13
20
2.7
Nov. .3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29

Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
23
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 2
11
18
25
June 1


FLORIDA -CALIFORNIA ALL OTHERS
1934-35 1933-34 I 1934-3511933-34 11934-3511933-34


11
6
21
70
128
145
250
277
202
283
533
542
162

256
197
251
197
264
.231
213
213
.249
1.73
1 3
j 1??


144
.1340


61
51
47
31


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1
3
11
25
37
39
82
180
274
323
291
44o
668
500
217

341
360
372
396
291
391
322
289
254
311
262
254
205
166
121
138
-126
101
57
34
20
8


S48 .
33
S24
19
22
11
20
14
5

15
18
6
9
22
18
11
13

21
43
37
27
39
37
50
56
52
36
63
55
59
44
46
43
11
17
15
21
35
42


.: 36
18
4o
27
33
15
17
22
19
12
14
10
14
12
10
7
5
11

.4
24
24
21
26
28
33
32
33
30
49
36
29
32
43
41
43
18
17
39
36
29


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4
7
10
10
,10
20
11
13
22
7

7
22
15
21
28
36
17
7
9
4
1
2


TOTALS
1934-3511933-34


48
33
24
19
23
22
26
43
79
135
170
278
293
231
316
564
575
182

284
262
303
245
331
*304)
280
276
310
213
247
238
219
201
190
177
112
76
76
72
82
73


36
18
4o
29
36
26
42
59
58
97
199
289
344
312
459
691
516
229

353
398
405
424
329
432
365
331
290
349
318
296
240
198
166
179
169
119
74
:73
56
':37


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FLORIDA TRUCK SHIPMENTS .d BOAT DESTINATIONS .
BY CLASSES & 'BY WEEKS l- 1934-35 EASON
(Approximate number of cars on basis of 400 boxes per car)
Note- Truck shipments not included in U. S. shipments boot .included.


TRUCK
SORAN-I GRBAPE-
GES FRUIT


T TANGIM-
INES


Week
Ending
S1934
Sept. 1
to 22
Inc.
S ,29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Niov. 3
10
'17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
1935.
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
23
Mar. 2
9
16
235
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
** 18
25
June 1


116 44 26
157 71 28
217 68 28
225 64 26
223 60 21
232 68 23
256 75 23
212 67 15
222 80 15
247 77 12
219 83 9
221 91 7
185 90 2
155 78 1
133 90
110 82
82 63 -
71 56 -
"67 57 -
41 36 -
**Truck available only
through May 15th.


Week
Ending


1
6
23
41
71
136
176
212
241
291
239
314
1480
838
145


BOAT
-ORi- GRAPE- TNG MIXED
GES FRUIT IINES


Boat destinations
compiled beginning
with movement of Sept. 25
70 -
1 201 -
3 15 -
37 180
211 168 -
537 265 9
448 297 41 -
445 226 147 3
619 258 136 -
690 325 239 8
518 328 190 3
486 282 132 3
193 106 25 5
194 134 4 2


53
55
63
59
67
77
83
95
92
92
73
100
88
60
27


3

43
48
57
81
99
71
20


1934
Sept. 8
15
22
29
Oct. 6
13
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. :1
8
15
22
29

Jan. 5
12
29
26
Feb. 2
9
16

* Mar. 2
9
16
23
S 30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May ;4
11
18
25
June 1


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464
370
4o4
338
468
458
529
445
434
419
454
474
448
403
478
468
357
285
376
372
296
261


226
230
261
194
222
203
222
261
300
281
278
205
264
245
387
309
246
268
228
201
231
264


84
67
82
74
75
4o
35.
41
37
18
7
2
2


TOTAL 6,605 2,484 669 TOTAL 13,383 8.551 1.524 99







FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
MIXED CAR ANALYSIS, RAIL SHIPMENTS 1934-35 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy
of the
Statistical Department Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.




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SUMMARY OF THE FLORIDA CITRUS SURVEY & CROP ESTIMATE 1934-35 SEASON
(From Report issued by Forrest 0. Graves, State Coordinator, Oct. 5, 193f.)


RANGES


I GRAPE


Late 'Total Measo&n


FRUIT TAN-
-Late Tol GER-
Late Total INES


Bearing Trees
20 yrs.& over
16 to 20 yrs.
11 to 15 yrs.
6 to 10 yrs.
5 years
4 years
Total Bearing


Non-Bearing Trees


2145107
S918001
1603941
1521242
326736
264145
6779172


457164
1007378
1867201
1686051
352197
188410
5558401


3 years 313119 207545
2 years 349444 315965
1 year 326854 184128
Less than lyr.. 206907 130280
Total Non-Bearing 1196324 837918


% Non-Bearing
TOTAL TREES

Bearing Acres
20 yrs. & over
16 to 20 yrs.
11 to 15 yrs.
6 to 10 yrs.
5 years
4 years
Total Bearing


15.0 13..


2602271
1925379
3471142
3207293
678933
452555
12337573

520664
665409
510982
337187
2034242
14.2


888912 144938
1070058 296067
819190 521580
404253 584938
106564 132598
108456 112891
3397433.1793012


88777
53383
62347
31290
235797


1033850
1366125
1340770
989191
239162
221347
5190445


119302 208079
67317 120700
83540 145887
50731 82021
320890 556687


6.5 15.2


168968% 3805089
180060 3471564
533477 5345389
608862. 4805346
59455 977550
38073 711975
1588895 19116913


19932
15291
6119
2916
44258


748675
o814oo
662988
422124
2635187


2.7 : 12.1


7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100


S33698
.14422
.25197
..23898
5133
.4150
106498


Non-Bearing Acres
3 years 4919
2 years 5490
1 year 5135
Less thanlyr. 3250
Total Non-Bearing 18794


7182:
15826:
29333
264897
5533.
2960
87321


40880 13965 .2277
30248 16810 4651
54530 12869 8.194
50385' 6351 9189
1066' 1674 2083
j110' 1704 1773
193819 53373 28167


3260o 8179
4964 10454
2893 8028
2045 52956
13162 7_31956


1395
839
979
3703


1874
* 1058
1312
795
5039


S16242
21461
21063
15540
3757
3477
81540

.3269
1897
2291
1285
8742


2654
2829
8381
9565
934
598
24961

317
243

702


59776
54538
83974
75490
15357
11185
300320

11765
12594
10415
6626
41400


TOTAL ACRES 125292 100483 225775 57076 33206 90282 25663 341720


Est. Production 12234153
% Late Fruit
Est. Yield Pr Tree # 1.5


7579817 19813970 11109577475921215868789 2582659 38265418
38%. 30%


3.1

195


Average No. Trees Per Acre
Est.Yield Per Acre 98 75
Total Properties 33201
Average No. Trees
Per Property .. 655
Average No. Acres
Per Property .. 10.3
#Basis Total Trees


2.3

143


2.8

176


1.6

101


1.8
63.65
112


0
ienason


STATE
TOTAL
ALL


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TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS .PLATINNGS
Compiled by- The Associated Citrus- Growers & Shippers of Florida, Lakeland, Fla.
Nte.- Figures indicate the number fL trees, both bearing & non-bearing, and were
taken from Report of Forrest C. Graves, State Coordinator, issued Oct. 5, 1934.
The survey of citrus properties, from which these figures resulted, was made
lrin' thea 1nlat Rmrr mnntha and EaTrlv Fall of 1I.4-


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAN-
COUNTY Early & Early & GER- TOTAL
Midseason Late Total Zdseasn Late Total INES
(Trees) (Trees) (Trees) (TreeTre es rees) (Trees) (Tree4 (Trees)
Alachua 59396 2235 61631 4102 150 4252 7287 73170
Brevard 43265 219541 652194 13824 8340 221226 340 1 90
Broward .2538 2003 232551 6631 5574 12205 675 251511
Charlotte 28730 10193 38923 9325 18 1112 53~4 5540


Citrus.
Collier
Dade
De Soto'
Flagler
Glades
Hardee.
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsboro
Indian Rivex
Lake
Lee
Levy
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Orange
Osceola


44122
4349
14031
274518
10825
34Z2 1
1043
47629
16 6218
507055
855163

114492
50648
1140527
133175


4663

109111
311
804

2592
4005 21
120849
486611
98305
122821
47724
1065
692349
'57871


48785



5008
131

07 r6
22057
134177
174882
1171
625466

1910


560o
17149
76120
698
442
210 5
190166
126652
14382 5
262126
120434
260598
42203
226 8
151763
35786


100
9 5
192
68
10
9 1


9328
232717
235421
45475
62880
13167
77115
114S


5 53
11407
174305
302
890
283
1232
2 695
30 82
21 902
375 42
4975

32336
55370
23227


2 96

7246
74
4927

64052
4822
77181
28519
159,81,
5445
6058
47891
1574
208161
30172


51365
20917





9 8
30_172


47762






1 4
227045
268152
4 2 9


Palm Beach 1 28130 61 91 21294 12 0
Pasco 134236 172284 .3O 6 4927 46 9 912 33277 4 709
Pinellas 1 51 212933 8546 3120 4 9462 9
Polk 12327 2058281 390960 1151000 187 1 69751 5 1
Putnam 21910 195 259335 223 20 8 29
Sarasota 55740 20179 27427 33S77 2 4 3 8
Seminole 2763 7 6 4 609 39861 ,15571 42 982 4023
St. Lucie 021 2 62 3 98 1 90 29 52 9 82 31010
St. Johns 1549 2036 17533 1221 52 19286
Sumter 106 12861 1178 5342 28 8188 5345 132581
Volusia 52509 212256 737352 22 1 5 8836 164114 989833
TotalTrees 7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100

FLORIDA CITRUS PLATINGS
Showing in percentages, the relative proportion of trees of various stages cfmaturity
0 RANGES GRAPE FRUIT Total
&TlAoe Late Total se on Late Total NER- LA
ee .


20 yrs& over 26.9
16 to 19 ys 11.5
11 to 15 yrs 20.1
to 10 yrs 19.1
4 to 5 yrs 7.4
Bearing ...... 85.0
Non-Bearing 15.0
Not Full Bearing 100.5
(i0 years &
Younger ....... 41.5


.1I
2 8
2 .4
8.
41.1
100


18.1

22.3
7._9
14.2
100^


24.5
22.5
11.1
5i9
90.5


6.8
1.4.o
24.7
27.7
11.6
84.8
15.2


18.0
23.8
23.3
17.2
8.0
90.3


10.3
11.0
32.7
37.3
97.3
_2.
100


22.1
7.8
87.9
12.1
100%


48.0 44.4 23.5 54.5 34.9


---~--------- --


46.0 42.0


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ESTIMATED PRODUCTION FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON.
EXPRESSED IN RELATIVE PERCENTAGES FOR THE VARIOUS PRODUCING COUNTIES
Compiled by- The Associated Citrus Growers & Shippers of Florida, Lakeland, Fla.
Note- The percentages shown below were derived from Report
of Forrest C. Graves, State Coordinator, issued Oct. 5, 1934
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAN-
COUNTY Early earlyy &GER- TOTAL
Midsc&n .Late Total Midseascn Late Total INES

Alachua .5 .3 .1 .1 .2 .2
Brevard 4.8 2.1 3.8 2.3 1.4 2.0 16 2
Broward .1 .8 4 .1 .1 .1 .4 .
Charlotte .6 .2 .4 .2 .1 .2 .3 .3
Citrus .4 .2 .1 .2 .2
Collier -- .2 .1 .1
Dade .1 1.1 .5 2.2 1.0 .4 .
De Soto 3.8 1. 2 2. .4 2.0 2.J 2.
Flagler .1 .1 .1
Glades -
Hardee 3.9 1.6 3.1 1.1 .3 .9 2.7 2.1
Hendry .3 .3 .3 .2 .2
Hernando .4 : 45 .2 2. 3
Highlands 1.6 4. 2. 4.4 5.3 4.8 3.2 3
Hillsboro 6.6 6.0 .6. 3.7 6 .2 4.5 3.8 5
Indian River 1.0 1.9 1. 2.5 8.2 4.2 1.7 2.5
Lake 11.9 5 95 9. 7.5 10.4 8.9
Lee 1.0 1.6 1.2 2.8 2.4 2 .2 1.7
Levy -
Manatee.: 1.5 1.9 1.7 .5.0 2.3 4.2 .3 2.6
Marion 6.9 .5 4.5 .- .5 .9 2.1 2.8
Martin .2 .1 .1 .-1 .
range 14.6 10.6 13.1 4.3 3.R 4.2 15. 9.6
-Osceola-' 1.7 9 .9 ..8 2. 1.2
alm Beach .1 .21 .2 .1 .1
Pasco 1.5 2.3 1.8 1.3 2.4 1.7 1.9 1.8
Pinellas 8 4.8 .7 9. 2.7 6.0
P s1.63 4- -A: 3N~ 19 5 32.7
Polk .3 42.5 -23. 39.3 l. 25. 2.
Putnam 3.0 .6 -2.1 .4 .2 2.7 1.4
Sarasota 6 1.1 .8 .8 .8 .8
Seminole 4.6 1.1 3.3 7 5 7 4.3 2.3
St. Lucie .9 1.9 18 4.4 2.7 1.8 1.8
St. Johns 3 .2 .2 .1 .1
Sumter .1 .1 .1 .
Volusia 7. 3.0 5.5 1.1.9 *10. .3.9
Total 100% 100% 100% 100%. 100% 100% 100% 100%

FLORIDA'S TWELVE LARGEST CITRUS PRODUCING COUNTIES
0 RANG E S G RAPEFR T P U I T
Early & TANGERINES
i season Valencias Regular Marsh-Seedless
Polk 16.3 Polk 42.5 :Po la 4 .0. Polk 3 .3 Polk 2 .0
Orange 14.b Orange Pinellas'- Lake 9' Orange
Lake 11.9 Lake Lake Pinellas .7 Le 1
Manateea
Volusia Hillsboo Mandate Ind.River .2 Volusia
Marion Pinellas 8 Highlads 4. Hillsboro .2 Seminole 4.
Hillsboro Highlands 4.6 Orange' 4.3 Highlands 5.3 Hil.lsboro 3
Brevard 4.8 Volus-ia 3.0 Hillsboro 3. t Lucie 4.4 Highlands .2
Seminole 4.6 Pasco' 2.3 Lee 2.8 Orange 3.9 De Soto 2.
Hardee 39 Brevard 2.1 De Soto 2.I Lee 2. Putnam 2.
De Soto Manatee Ind. River 2. Pasco 24 Hardee 2.
Putnam .0 St. Lucie 1. Brevard 2.3 Manatee 2.3 Pinellas 2.
Pinellas 2.8 Ind.River 1. Dade 2.2 Brevard 1.4 Hernando 2.
Total 86.2 Total 88.1 Total 89.0 Total 95.3 Total 85.6





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES itOM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
:,"*- 9 3 3 CALOTS 1 9 3 4
-State- ISEPT.IOCT. INOV.IDEC. JAN. IFEB. I AER. IMAY IJUI JULYIAUG.I TOTAL
Akron
FTo..ida.ia 3 3 6 3 5 1 21
Califf. 1. 3 3 8 3 3 6 5 1 1 5 39
others -
STotal 1 3 6 11 9 6 11 6 1 1 5 60
Albany'
Florida 12 14 19 9 16 5 75
Calif. 33 32 20 21 18 15 25 25 27 34 44 42 336
-Others -
Total 33 32 32 35 37 24 41 30 27 34 44 42 411
Atlanta
Florida 5 14 33 17 24 18 13 9 133
Calif. 27 15 1 5 24, 18 21 111
Others -
Total 27 20 15 33 17 24 18 13 14 24 18 21 244
Baltimore
Florida 9 69 127 112 129 134 105 93 5 783
Calif. 82 96 56 13 9 9 13 25 27 76 103 82 591
Others -
Total 82 105 125 140 121 138 147 130 120 81 103 82 1374
Birmingham ..
Florida : 2-. 11 45.', 28v'j 16 27 16 12 157
Calif. 17 11.. 12- .19 .11 13 83
Others -. -- -
Total 17 13 11 45 28 16 27 16 24 19 11 13 240
Boston
Florida 1 152 361. 403 374 360 319 -232 .: 46 '2248
Calif. 322. 313 316 189 162 139 239 241 208 318 343 303 3093
Others 1 1
Total 322 314 468 550 566 513 599 560 1440 364 343 303 5342.
Bridgeport
Florida 9 .12: 19 .17 15 20 8 5 105
Calif. 12 10 17 5.. 6 8 9 8 -12 15 8 11 121
Others -- '- -
Total 12 10 26 1 25 25 24 28 20 20 8 11 226
Buffalo
Florida 2 35 49 72 50 59 54 30 351
Calif. 40 54 55 30 .37 29 68 54 43 76 51 66 '603
Others - -
Total 40 56 90 79109 127 108 73 76 51 66 95
Chicago
Florida .. 5 115 169 #248 243 206 162 112 15 1275
Calif. 326 397 385 324 -235 282 401 460. 435 369 403 387 44o4
Others 1 1 4.3 .- 4 1 14
Total 326 403 501 497 .486 525 611 623 547 384 1403 387 5693.
Cincinnati :
Florida 2 1:44 110 i101 108 125 94 75 9 68
Calif. 70 .102 71 45 .31.. 23 30 45 51 97 106 94 ,765
Others 1
Total 70 104 115 1 12 131 155 40 126 106 106 94 1434





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UNLOADS OQ;.-OBANGES in 66 CIdTI.fiROM SEPTEMBERS 1933 THRU- AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'n)
1.' 9 3 CARLOTS. 1'9 3 4
.StaIte IT AS.I0CT. NOV D'E. J B. IMAR. |APR UE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Cleveland
Florida 3 52 68 116 107 125 88 63 2 -, 624
.Calif. 73 116 114 105 76 81 126 108 134 149 126 104 '112
Others 1 .. 1
Total 73 119 167 173 192 188 251 196 197 151 126 104 1937


Cc


lumb'us
Florida 3 30 23 32 30 32 24 10 184
Calif. 26 32 11 33 23 13 23 37 28 30 26 26 308
Others -
Total. 26 35 41 56 55 43 55 61 38 30 26 2 492


Dallas
Florida. 4 4 6 12 3, 6 3 38
Calif. 38 29 27 40 11 23 26 30 29 23 24 28 328
Others 8 12 14 44
Total 38. 29 31 52 29 49 36 .39 32 23 24 28 410


Da


yton
Florida.. -. 1 7 15 18 l 16 23 10 2 92
Calif. 6 7 2 1 2 1 3 12 10 7 8 59
Others .
Total 6 8 9.. 16 18 18 24 13 14 10 7 8 151


Denver
Florida -. 1 2 1 1 5
Calif. 32 41 38 50 54 51 73 71 62 38 43 39 592
Others -. 2 1- 2 .- 5
Total 32 41. 38. 53 56 53 75 72 62 38 43 39 602
Des Moines
Florida -. 4 8 8 9 11 5 2 47
Calif. 14 10 30 21 31 23 27 29 32 23 27 14 281
Others 1 2
Total : -10 34 29 40 .32 39 34 34 23 27 14 330
Detroit
Florida -. 9 51 65 100 97 106 79 37 6" 550
Calif. 116 140 144 145 105 134 187 202 194 163 152 117 1799
Others 1 1
Total 116 149 196 .210 205 '231 293 281 231 169 152 117 2350


luth
Florida 2 4 1 1 1 2 2 13
Calif. 9. 9 14 13 15 12 17 21 20 17 15 17 179
Others ---
p +l Q q 1A 17 "16 -1i 18 2- 22 17 15 17 192


El Paso
Florida -
Calif. 6 7 14 11 4 19 14 11 17 22 23 22 .170
Others 3 2 -
Total 6 7 14 14 6 19 14 11 17 22 23 22 175
Evansville
Florida 7 25 20 4 11 9 3 79
Calif. .8 6 5 6 5 2 3 5 7 10 7 7 71
Others -
Total 8 .6 12 31 25 ..*6 14 14 10 10- 7 7 150


Du





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1 193 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. IMAR. APR. IMAY IJU JULY AUG. I TOTAL
Fort Worth
Florida 1 2 2 1 6
Calif. 8 6 10 18 11 8 10 11 16 11 6 7 122
Others 2 4 4 10
Total 8 7 JO 22 11 12 14 13 17 11 6 7 138
Grand Rapids
Florida 1 10 15 19 21 24 23 11 1 125
Calif. 15 11 15 24 14 5 3 32 32 28 28 26 233
Others -
Total 15 12 25 39 33 26 27 55 43 29 28 26 358
Hartford
Florida 1 15 33 59 40 49 49 26 272
Calif. 31 35 41 13 16 16 20 25 20 34 27 35 313
Others -
Total 31 36 56 46 75 56 69 74 46 34 27 35 585
Houston
Florida 2. 3 2 4 11
Calif. 34 28 28 36 18 14 20 38 34 23 27 24 324
Others 2 1 1 1 5
Total 34 28 28 40 22 17 21 38 38 23 27 24 340
Indianapolis
Florida 1 14 36. 43 37 44 28 11 .1 215
Calif. 32 31 36 35 10 15 25 25 33 43 32 36 353
Others 1 1
Total 32 2 50 71 53 52 69 54 44 44 32 36 569
Jacksonville
Florida 12 7 2 3 4 8 36
Calif. 3 1 5 9
Others -
Total 3 12 7 2 3 4 8 1 5 45
Kansas City
Florida 7 22 32 21 18 10 2 112
Calif. 39 47 45 71 43 55 71 87 73 57 67 48 703
Others 6 6
Total 39 47 52 93 81 76 89 97 75 57 67 48 821
Lexington
Florida 2 3 12 4 9 9 2 2 43
Calif. 3 2 1 7 3 3 19
Others -
Total 3 4 3 12 9 9 2 3 7 3 3 62
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. 7 2 1 5 2 17
Others -
Total 7 2 1 5 2 17
Louisville
Florida 8 31 61 20 40 40 31 17 248
Calif. 19 21 17 3 2 1 8 3 16 22 20 18 150
Others -
Total 19 29 48 64 22 41 48 34 33 22 20 18 398




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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES 'FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1 933 CA RLOTS 193) 4
State ISEP.I.OCT. NOV.) DEC.IJAN. FEB. IMAR. APIR. MAY JUIE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Memphis
Florida 13 32 107 61 56 64 46 5 384
Calif. 25 24 9 11 4 1 6 11 21 31 16 12 171
Others 1 1
Total 25 37 41 118 65 57 71 57 26- 31 16 12 556
Milwaukee
Florida 6 20 29 25 18 17 7 122
Calif. 36 41 59 69 56 60 79 82 80 65 46 48 721
Others 1 1
Total 36 41 65 89 85 85 98 99 87 65 46 48 844
Minneapolis
Florida 7 10 10 6 4 2 39
Calif. 35 36 62 61 80 69 84 83 71 64 33 32 710
Others 1 1
Total 35 6 69 71 91 75 88 85 71 64 32 750
Nashville
Florida 5 26 96 45 45 53 30 11 311
Calif. 12 11 2 2 10 15 10 9 71
Others -
Total 12 16 28. 96 45 45 53 32 21 15 10 9 382
Newark
Florida 7 16 16 22 27 35 22 145
Calif. 8 6 5 1 1 6 1 15 15 18 76
Others -
Total 8 6 12 17 17 22 27 41 23 15 15 18 221
New Haven
Florida 1 8 18 29 31 39 45 18 189
Calif. 18 10 11 2 5 4 8 2 9 21 22 23 135
Others -
Total 18 11 19 20 34 35- 47 4 27 21 22 23 324
New Orleans
Florida 5 35 63 75 110. 110 8a 46 3 535
Calif. 43 30 2 1 18. 31 28 36 189
Others 3 24 24 3 1 55
.Total 43 38 61 87 78 110 110. 90 64 34 28 36 779
New York City
Florida 17 683 1121 1608 1409 1593 1421 1251 307 10 9420
Calif. 986 1145 859 431 318 263 375 488 581 809 1097 996 8348
Others 6 14 9 8 4 5 .3 7 56
.Total 986 1168 1556 1561 1934 1676 1973. 1912 183.9 1116 1107 996 17824
Norfolk
Florida 3 12 31 25 17 16 23- 18 145
Calif. 12 5 1 18 9 8 53
Others -
.Total 12 8 13 31 25 17 16 23 18 18 9 198
Oklahoma City
Florida 1 7 7 10 2 3 30
Calif. 18 14 16 20 20 20 31 32 23 36 20 29 279
Others 2- 1 3. 6
Total 18 14 17 29 28 30 36 .35 23 36 20 29 315





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (GONT'n)
19 3 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT. OCT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. |IAR. IAPR. IMAY JUNE JULYIAUG.I TOTAL
Omaha
Florida 2 8 12 9 3 34
Calif. 20 24 23 28 21 29 46 47 40 32 37 28 375
Others 2 7 2 11
Total 20 24 25 38 40 38 49 49 40 32 37 28 420
Peoria
Florida 4 3 3 2 6 7 25
Calif. 16 17 27 23 31 22 24 29 26 19 19 16 269
Others -
Total 16 17 31 26 34 24 30 36 26 19 19 16 294
Philadelphia
Florida 12 310 556 617 510 564 505 380 33 1 3488
Calif. 272 351 245 80 45 38 95 97 158 317 435 299 2432
Others 1 1 2
Total 272 363 556 637 662 548 659 602 538 350 436 299 5922
Pittsburgh
Florida 2 46 91 92 86 116 83 45 5 566
Calif. 106 120 122 109 78 71 107 130 190 168 147 127 1475
Others 1 1 2
Total 106 122 168 201 170 157 224 213 235 173 147 127 2043.
Portland, Me.
Florida 2 7 7 17 10 11 13 2 69
Calif. 16 20 13 11 17 10 20 18 18 19 21 20 203
Others.- -
.Total 16 22 20 18 34 20 31 31 20 19 -21 20 272
Portland, Ore.
Florida -


Calif. 37 57 45 68 82 84 142 135 65 40 25 34 814
Others 3 .- 3
Total 37 57 45 71 82 84 142 -135 65 40 25 34 817
Providence
Florida 2 31 60 80 56 79 58 41 2 409
Calif. 34 34 21 11 11 24 29 20 25 33 31 30 303
Others -- -
Total 34 36 52 71 ql 80 108 78 66 35 31 30 712.


Richmond
Florida
Calif.
Others
Total
Rochester


-~- 3- 32 54 51 4 6 4 1 9


- 3 32 54 51 43 46 46 19 -
S1 9 1 1 4 13 11

18 12 32 54 51 44 46 47 23 13 11


- 294
7 64

7 35.
7 358


Florida 1 17 28 31 19 29 25 17 167
Calif. 33 32 40 33 21 30 41 51 25 38 39 36 419
Others .-
Total 33 33 57 61 52 49- 70 76 42 38 39 36 586


St. Louis
Floridi
Calif.
..Others
Total


a 1 27 40 49 44 56 31 21 269
79 96 102 141 81 86 115 130 142 118 113 93 1296
1 3. 2 2 6 14
L 79 98 13e2 183 132 130 177 161 163 118 113 93 1579


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UNLQADS OF ORANGES 'in .66, CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
S BY'MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1 93 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
State .I SEPT.1 OCT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. IFEB. IMO. .APR. IMAY JUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
St. Paul
Florida 1 2 5 2 10
Calif. 22 26 27 32 36 37 49 45 48 33 43 44 442
Others 1 1
Total 22 26 27 33 38 42 51 46 48 33 43 44 453
Salt Lake City
Florida 1 1
Calif. 15 13 20 20 29 35 44 48 26 17 17 13 297
Others -.
STotal 15 13 20 20 30 35 44 48 26 17 17 13 298
San Antonio
Florida 1 1 3. 5
Calif. 24 20 22 15 14 11 14 17 23 13 9 19 201
Others 4 1 9
Total 24 20. 22 20 14 11 18 19 26 13 9 19 215
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 13 69, 101 63 83 83 114 123 89 11 14 4 767
Others -
Total 13 69 101 63 83 83 114 123 89 11 14 4 767
Seattle
Florida -
Calif. 53 48 53 62 155 79 158 76 95 63 31 65.. 938
Others -
Total 53 48 53 62 155 79 158 76 95 63 31 65 938
Shreveport
Florida 1 1 5 3 4 6 2 22
Calif. 10 8 4 11 5 2 6 4 -6 9 5 6 .76
Others -
Total 10 9 5 16 8 6 12 '4 9 5 6 98
Sioux City
Florida 1 .- 1
Calif. 10 10 14 15 27 18 28 29 21 12 15 8 207
Others -
Total 10 10 15 15 27 18 28 29 21 12 15 8 208
Spokane
Florida -
Calif. 1 2 9 10 9 12 12 11 8 6 6 86
Others -
Total 1 2 .9 10 9 12 12 11 8 6 6 86
Springfield, Mass.
Florida 2 9 19 38 39 30 26 25 188
Calif. 25 25 26 16 15 16 31 32 20 21 28 19 274
Others -
Total 25 27 35 35 53 55 61 58 45 21 28 19 462
Syracuse
Fla. 14 23 23 29 39 24 22 174
Calif. 29 41 18 20 22 14 29 26 20 37 29 30. 315
Others -
Total 29 41 32 43 45 43 68 50 42 37 29 30 489





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1933 OCARLOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT OCT. INOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. IMAR. IAPR. MAY TIJUNE JULY AUG.I TOTAL
Tampa
Florida -
Calif. 2 2
Others - - - - - - -
Total 2 2
Terre Haute
Florida 2 2 6 3 1 14
Calif. 3 2 6 2 2 3 1 3 4 2 5 33
Others -
Total 3 2 2 8 8 5 3 2 3 4 2 5 47
Toledo
Florida 10 4 12 11 12 5 1 55
Calif. 19 15 17. 34 13 15 29 39 30 23 20 19 273
Others -
Total 19 15 27 38 25 26 41 44 31 23 20 19 328
Washington
Florida 22 43 46 43 45 49 37 285
Calif. 59 73 37 12 11 10 18 15 30 6 60 54 439
Others -
Total 59 73 59 55 57 53 63 64 67 60 60 54 72
Worcester
Florida 1 3 2 2 8
Calif. 3 3 3 3 1 1 7 3 3 4 1 1 33
Others -
Total 3 3 3 4 1 4 9 5 3 4 1 1 41
Youngstown
Florida 8 6 9 14 18 5 60
Calif. 14 11 16 20 10 13 19 14 23 18 13 12 183
Others -
Total 14 11 24 26 19 27 37 19 23 18 13 12 243





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UNLOADS OF GRAPE UIT in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN


1 q


CARLOTS


1 9 4


State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.IJAN. FEB. ,iia. APR. MAY JUIE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Akron
Florida 4 1 2 1 2 10
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 1 2 1 2 10
Albany
Florida 2 8 9 5 2 1 9 3 1 40
Calif. 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 8 9 5 2 1 9 3 1 1 41
Atlanta
Florida 3 3 3 4 1 4 3 4 25
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas -
Others- 1 1
STotal 3 3 3 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 28
Baltimore
Florida 15 31 38 42 51 44 45 39 29 5 339
Calif. 3 3
Texas -
-Others 1 1
Total- 15 32 38 42 51 44 45 39 29 5 3 343
Birmingham
Florida 3 2 4 2 7 7 2 5 3 35
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 2 4 2 7 7 2 5 3 35
Boston
Florida 21 80 129 111 79 89 79 109 56 29 782
Calif. 8 20 6 34
Texas 1 1
Others 10 5 15
Total 39 80 129 111 80 89 79 109 56 29 20 11 832
Bridgeport
Florida 1 4 5 4 8 6 5 7 6 46
Calif. 1 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 5 5 4 8 6 5 7 6 47
Buffalo
Florida 11 34 31 26 45 31 34 41 16 1 270
Calif. 3 1 4
Texas 2 2
Others 1 1 2
Total 14 37 31 26 45 31 34 41 17 1 1 278





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UNLOADS O GRAPEMUIT. in 66- CITIES :Fi t EPTMEiBR 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES O. ORIGIN (COIf'I')
1 9 3 3 CARLOTS 19 3 4
State ISEPTOCT. INOV.IDEC. IJAN. FEB. IMAR. IAPR. I AY JINE. JULY AUG.I TOTIA
Chicago
Florida 33 178 182 110 78 156 142 142 99 23 1 1144
Calif. 4 3 3 2 1 1 8 21 11 54
Texas 21 17 18 70 119 46 49 12 352
Others 1 3 5 4 6 9 2 1 6 37
Total 55 195 204 183 203 209 195 161 109 33 23 1'7. 1587
Cincinnati
Florida 13 43 50 41 52 44 42 47 37 7 376
Calif. 5 -. 5
Texas -
Others 3 1 1 5 4 .1 4
Total 16 44 50 41 52 44 42 48 4 7 5 4 395
Cleveland
Florida 12 58 61 42 56 54 75 44 23 1 -- 426
Calif. 1 2 6 3 1- -13
Texas 3 1 2 6 22 8 2 44
Others 2 1 1 1 1 1 7
Total 17 60 63 48 78 62 78 46 26 6 4 2 90


Co


,'


Da





Da





De





De


lumbus
Florida -6 13 21 11 23 17 15 14 4 124
Calif. -
Texas -
Others .- -
Total 6 13. 21 11 23 17 15 14 4 124
llas
Florida 1 3 8 5 17
Calif. 1 -1 2. 4
Texas 3 1 3 5 12 6 4 34
Others -
Total 3 1 4 5 12 6 7 8 5 1 1 2 55


,yton


Florida 2 3 1 1 1 8
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 3 1 1 1 8
nver
Florida 2 12 16 8 1 14 11 13 4 81
Calif. 1 1 2 1 6 6 9 4 9 3 42
Texas 3 1 7 20 27 11 5 74
Others 1 2 7 8 4 7 2 .2 33
Total 6 13 25 30 37 34 26 26 15 6 9 3- 230
s Moines
Florida 5 14 1 5 16 16 9 1 67
Calif. 1 1 2 6 3 2 15
Texas 1 9 12 1 23
Others 6 -2 8
Total 1 6 14 o0 18 17 16 16 5 6 3 2 113


-- --


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UNLOADS OF GRAPEERUIT in-66 CITIES.FROM .SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AWUUST 1934
'1 MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN.(WONT'D)
193 3 CA"RLOTS 1 9 3
State SEPT OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Detroit
Florida 33 51 82 53 71 65 70 60 41 7 533
Calif. 5 3 3 4 1 16
Texas 3 1 .20 18 10 12 64
Others 1 3 4 10 8 1 3 30
Total 37 51: 83 73 89 75 85 69 54 18 5 4 643
Duluth
Florida 1 4 1 2 4 6 2 20
Calif. -
Texas 2 4 6
Others -
Total 1 4 3 6 4 6 5 29
El Paso
Florida 1 1 2
Calif. 1 4 5
Texas 1 2 1 3 7 5 2 21
Others -
Total 1 2 1 3 7 5 2 1 2 4 28
Evansville
Florida 2 5 8 4. 4 7 4 3 3 40
Calif. -
Texas 1 1
Others -
Total. 2 5 8 4 5 7 4 3 3 41
Fort Worth
Florida 1 6 6 13
Calif. 1
Texs 4 1 2 7 3 2 1 20
Others 1 1 2
Total 4 1 2 1 7 33 7 7 6 1 1 36
Grand Rapids
Florida 1 12 17 10 14 13 17 12 2 98
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas 1 5 2 1 9
Others 1
Total 1 12 17 11 19. 15 18 12 2 2 1 110
Hartford
Florida 3 10 11 19, 21 14 16 8 11 113
Calif. 1 I 2
Texas -
Others 1
Total 3 10 11 19 21 14 16 8 12 1 3 118
Houston
Florida 3 3
Calif. 2 4 6
Texas 1 4 3. 2 1 1 12
Others 1 1
Total. 1 -: 4 3 2 1 1 3 4 22







UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES JROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF OBIGIN (CONT'D
1 9 3 CARBLOTS ..... 1 9 3
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. IMAR. APR. MAY JUKmE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Indianapolis
Florida 7 14 16 13 13 14 23 14 8 122
Calif. 3 2 5
Texas. 2 2 5 9 12 11 8 49
Others 4 2 6
Total 9 16 21 22 2525 5 35 14 10 3 2 182
Jacksonville
Florida 3 2 1 6
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 2 1 6
Kansas City
Florida 4 24 33 14 11 26 34 30 9 185
Calif. 1 2 1 5 5 7 21
Texas. 14 4 5 18 39 19 13 6 -- 118
Others ..---- 1 2 1 2 3 1 10
Total 19 28 -38 33 52 47 48 37 11 8 5 3
Lexington
Florida 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 11
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 11
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. 3 2 2 7 12 4 30
Texas -
Others 1 3 3 7 8 7 4 3 6
Total 3 1 5 5 7 15 19 8 3 66


Louisville
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total


Memphis
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total


7 21 8 10 11 12 14 10 4 1



7 21 8 10 12 12 14 10.. 4 1


3 8 15 6 11 19 19 9 6 3
- 1 4
6 2 -
- 1 1
9 8 16 6 13 19 19 13


Milwaukee
Florida ; 1 16 26 9 7 18 27 33 10 1
Calif. 2 1 1 -
Texas 4_ 2 2 18 29 14 5 -
Others -
Total 5 18 28 27 38 33 33 3 0 1


98

1

99


99
9
8
2
118


- 148
2 6
- 74

S2 228


--


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UNLOADS OF. GRAPFRUIT in 66 CITIMSc-~OMTSEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D.)
19 3 3- CARIOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT.0CT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. IMR. APR. IAY JUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Minneapolis
Florida 7 26 41 11 8 3.1 27 11 6 1 169
Calif. a 1 2 3 1 1 10
Texas 4 1 1 21 34 1 62
Others 2 1 7 6 3 1 20
Total- 11 27 4 32 46. 33 35 19 9 5 1 1 261
Nashville
Florida 1 8 5 12 11 7 9 10 6 69
Calif. 1 1 2
*Texas -
Others -- -
Total 1 8 6 12 11 7 9 10 6 1 71
Newark
Florida 6 7 4 6 15 37 2 77
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 6 7 4 6 15 7 2 77
New Haven
Florida 1 .3 ..5 -.3 12 7 8 6 2 47
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 3 5 3 12 7 8 6 2 47
New Orleans
Florida 7 9 24 11 16 20 25 23 20 4 159
Calif. 2 2
STexas -
Others 1 5
Total 8 9 24 11 16 20 25 23 20 4 2 4 166
New York City
Florida 108 374 634 536 656 565 693 672 531 87 4 4861
Calif. 1 1 1 1 56 36 96
Texas 3 2 3 2 1 11
Others 262 108 28 26 43 18 42 81 206 69 -47 83 1013
Total 373 484 663 566 701 584 736 753 737 157 107 120 5981
Norfolk
Florida 3 4 3 3 3 4 5 9 7 1 42
Calif. -
Texas -
Others - -
Total 3 3 3 3 4 5 9 7 1 2
Oklahoma City
Florida 6 2 1 5 10 7 1 32
Calif. 7 3 6 1 17
.Texas 4 2 2 8 2 18
- Others 1 3 2 3 1 10
Total 4 8 4 10 10 12 10 8 4 6 1 77





23 -

UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66.1CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
19 3 3 GCARLOTS 1 9 34
State .SEPT OCT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. IFEB. MAR. IAPR. I MAY !JUTEJJULYAUG. I TOTAL
Omaha
Florida 7 10 5 1 10 10 9 5 57
Calif. 1 1 1 3 4 6 6 5 27
Texas 5 2 4 9 13 4 2 39
Others. 1 2 3 4 8 1 19
Total 6 9 14 16 17 17 19 13 13 7 6 5 142
Peoria
Florida 2 3 S 4 2 5 6 5 1 36
Calif. -
Texas 2 5 1 1 9
Others -
Total 2 3 8 6 7 6 6 6 1 45
Philadelphia
Florida 39 118 170 216 194 164 167 148 99 20 1335
Calif. 9 2 11
Texas 3 4 1 8
Others 8 1 1 ..1.. 1 1 1 15 4 33
Total 47 .119 171 220 198 166 168 149 114 24 9 2 1387
Pittsburgh
Florida. 9 49 56 51 51 53 50 41 44 3 407
Calif. 1 5 6
Texas 3 3 4 2 3 15
Others 5 2 4 1 2 14
Total 17 56 55 56 50 46 45 3 5 2 442
Portland, Me.
Florida 1 6 3 6 6 6 2 2 -.- 32
Calif. 4 2 6
Texas 3 .. 3
Others .. 1 2 -
Total 1 6 .3 ".6 9 6 6 3 2 2 44
Portland, Ore.
Florida 1 7 11 5 11 7 6 5 1 54
Calif. 2 1 8 11 26 17 29 18 16. 5 7 7 47
Texas -
Others 4 5
Total 3 8 19.. -16 37 24 35 23 18 9 7 7 206
Providence
Florida 3 12 13 10 17 13 15 12 6 .2 103
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 12 13 10 17 .13 15 12 2 10
Richmond
Florida 2 12 6 7 6 7 12 6 2 60
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -- - -
Total : 2 12 6 ..-..7 6 7 12 6 2 60





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UNLOADS OFGRAPERUIT1 in 66 CITIES FROM. SEPTMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
-BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1 9 3 3 CARLOTS 1 j,9 3 4
State .SEPT. OCT. [NOV. IEC. IJAN. FEB. IMA. IAPR. IMAY Jl JUN~EJULY AAUG. TOTAL


Rochester
Florida _.5
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total "


14 19 14 19 17 19 a24 6 -
- 3
1 2 -

14 11 14 20 19 19 24 6 3


_'- '_-


St. L6uis"
Florida .8 30 48 23 20 26 45 37 18 2 257
Calif. 1 3 5 2 8 4 23
Texas 16 6 12 19 51 33 24 3 164
Others 1 1 1 9 16 9 13 4 3 57
Total 25 36 60 42 72 60 79 59 32 17 12 7 501
St. Paul
Florida 1 8 9 5 3 11 16 8 3 64
Calif. 1 1 2 4
Texas 3 1 6 16 3 29
Others 1 2 7 4 3 17
Total 5 9 9 12 21 4 24 14 6 114
Salt Lake City
Florida 1 6 1 2 4 2 2 2 20
Calif. .- 1 2 1 2 4 2 1 3 1 17
Texas -
Others. 1 1 1 1 1 5
Total 1 6 3 3 6 3 5 7 2 2 3 1 42
San Antonio
Florida 3 1 4
Calif. 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 1 1 5
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 18 8 31 9 18 12 23 24 15 12 11 7 188
Texas -
Others 2 12 12 13 14 12 10 15 14 104
Total 18 10 43 21 31 26 35 34 30 26 11 7 292
Seattle
Florida 1 10 8 5 11 8 8 4 5 60
Calif. 2 2 20 19 26 24 26 25 18 8 9 7 186
Texas -
Others 1 1 9 11
Total .3 12 29 24 38 32 34 29 25 17 9 7 257
Shreveport
Florida 3 .1 1 5 10
Calif. .- 1 1
Texas 1 1
Others "
Total 4 ..1 1 1 12





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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1933 CARLOTS 193 4
State ISEPTOCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. IEB.IMAR RP. AY JUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Sioux City
Florida 1. 4 3 2 2 5 4 5 3 2 31
Calif. 1 3
Texas 1 1 3 8 13
Others 1 3 3 2 1 10
Total 2 4 4 5 12 9 ,7 7 3 1 57
Spokane
Florida 3 4 2 2 2 3 3 19
Calif. 2 1 2 2 4 2 5 1 19
Texas -
Others - -
Total 3 6 3 4 4 7 5 5 1 38
Springfield, Mass.
Florida 1 9 8 6 13 8 17 9 7 1 79
Calif. 1 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 9 9 6 13 8 17 9 7 1 80
Syracuse
Florida 2 9 14 14 7 11 15 9 7 88
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas 1 1
Others 1
Total 2 9 14 14 7 12 15 9 8 1 1 92
Tampa
Florida 2 2
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 2
Terre Haute
Florida 1 1 2 4
Calif. -
Texas 1 1
Others -
Total 2 2 5
Toledo
Florida 1 10 9 11 14 7 8 5 65
Calif. 1 1
Texas -
Others 1 7 4 1 22
Total 1 10 9 11 14 7 9 14 7 4 2 88
Washington
Florida 8 16 16 21 24 12 33 27 11 168
Calif. 1 ... 3 2 6
Texas ..V.. 9.* ": 18
Others -.*. *- -
Total 8 16 2 31 21 34 27- 11 3 2 192

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26 r

UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1933 THRU AUGUST 1934
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'n)
1933 CARLOTS 9 3 4
State SEPT OCT.INOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY IJUE JULY AUG. TOTAL


Worcester
Florida
Calif.
Texas


- 1 1


- 1


"- 3


utners -
Total 1 1 1 3
Youngstown
Florida 9 7 9 7 7 8 2 49
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total. 9 7 9 7 7 8 2 49




UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES in 66 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1933 THRU APRIL 1934
1 9 3 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
City I OCT. NOV. I EC. I JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. TOTAL


Akron
Albany
Atlanta
Baltimore
Birmingham
Boston
Bridgeport
Buffalo
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dallas
Dayton
Denver
Des Moines
Detroit
Duluth
El Paso
Evansville
Fort Worth
Grand Rapids
Hartford
Houston
Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Kansas City


1
1
144
1
45
5
19
67
36
31
2


2

38


- -

- 6
- 14


- .:; 5.

, .. '"


4
8

...13.
.
11


S7

2

1
1

1


-
2
1
130
1
139
11
52
191
87
93
7


1
lO 3

,... ..:5, 1
. ;* *
1 "i "^ .


. . . . . . ..
. . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . .


- ~ ~






- 27 .


UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES in.66 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1933 THRU APRIL 1934 (CONT'D
1 9 3 CAP.LCTS 19 3 4


City I 0
Lexington
Los Angeles
Louisville
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Nashville
Newark
New Haven
New Orleans
New York City
Norfolk
Oklahoma City
Omaha
Peoria
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Portland, Me.
Portlands Ore.
Providence
Richmond
Rochester
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City
San Antonio
San Francisco
Seattle
Shreveport
Sioux City
Spokane
Springfield, Mass.
Syracuse
Tampa
Terre Haute
Toledo
Washington
Worcester
Youngstown


CT.



1





m


I


DEC. I JAN..


NOV.



2

3


2
1
163



1
47
10


1
2
4
6
14






1.





4

2


1



4
4
6

5
3
444




144
39


9
10
12
18
1








4


1
5

1


3
2
4
2

1

14
380


3
1
179
43


13
1
13
15
2







4


2
4

2


FEB.


1
1
3
1

1
2
13
222
1



65
30


2
1
7
12
2
-

-



1




1
1


I


1-


SI


MAR.-




1




2
6o


1

13
6





2
60


APR.

-


-
-

-1



-



-
-
-
-


-


TOTAL
1

8
7
12
.10
6
2
16
23
1273
1

4
2
449
128


'25
14
S36
S53
9








5

3
14.
5


- I-






- 28'.


UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTLEBER 1933
THRU AUGUST 1934 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN
193 3 CARIOTS 5 9q 34
-State I SEPTOCT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. iiR. APR. MAY JUi.E JULY AUG. TOTAL
Atlanta
Florida 2 6 15 11 14 25 5 78
Calif. 2 1 2 1 1 2 3 12
TeXas -
Others -
Total 2 3 8 15 11 14 25 6 1 2 3 90
Baltimore
Florida 1 4 17 18 16 10 1 67
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 4 17 18 16 10 1 67
Boston
Florida 1 11 29 40 34 11 7 5 1 139
Calif. 2 1 1 7. 26 4 41
Texas -
Others -- -
Total 2 2 11 29 40 34 11 7 6 8 26 4- 180.
Chicago
Florida 1 33 72 86 85 56 58 23 4 418
Calif. 4 5 2 1 3 3 5 3 2 2 3 3
Texas 1 3 -
Others -
Total 4 6 35 73 89 89 64 61 23 6 2 3 455
Cincinnati
Florida 9- 8 28 54 6o 46 41 19 8 264
Calif. 1 1 1 6 9
Texas -
Others - -
Total 8 29 54 60 46 41 20 9 6 273
Cleveland
Florida 12 18 37 11 3 8 89
Calif. 1 1
Texas 1 2 3
Others -
Total 14 18 39 11 3 8 93
Dallas
Florida 1 3 4
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total -- -' 1 3 -- -
Denver
Florida -
Calif. 1 2 2 2 1 4 4 1 18
Texas -
Others 1 1 2- - -2
Total 1 2 3 2 2 1 4 4 1 20





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UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 PRINCIPAL MAbKETS fROM SEPTEMBER 1933
THRU'AUGUST 1934 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
1 9 33 COAIOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT.OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN.IFEB. I AR. AER.IAY JUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Detroit
Florida- 3 13 33 46 25 24 15 5 1 165
Calif. 4 2 5 2 2 1 16 9 41
Texas 1 1 6 8
Others -
Total 4 13 33 52 26 30 17 7 2 16 9 214
Fort Worth
Florida -
Calif. 6 7
Texas 1 5 2 6 14
Others -- -
Total 6 -- 1 5 3 21
Kansas City
Florida 1 8 1 2 12
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 8 1 2 12
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total -
Milwaukee
Florida 3 11 7 9 10 8 48
Calif. -. 4 2 1 1 4.. 13
Texas -- -
Others -- "-
Total 3 11 7" 13 12 9 1 4 1 61
Minneapolis
Florida -
Calif. 2 1 3
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 1 3
Newark
Florida 3 8 3 3 1 18
Calif. -
Texas -- ..- -
Others -
Total ... 3" .8 3 3 1 18
New Orleans
.Florida 3 1 1 1 6
Calif. 1 1 4 2 1 9
Texas -
Others 2 23 19 5 5 82
Total 1 3 23 19 28 8 6 1 1 4 2 1 97


*Not available.





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UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER 1933
THRU AUGUST 1934 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'l)
1 9 3 3OALOTS 1 9 3 4


State ISEPT.IOCT.INOV.IDEC.blk5.IFEB. MAR.IAPR. MAY (JUNElJULYiAUG. TOTAL


- I .-


New York City
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total


4 39 17 32 8 8 2 2



- 4 39 17 32 8 8 2 2


Omaha
Florida 1 6 1 -
Calif. -
Texas 2 3 -
Others 1 -


- 112
- 72 49 121


- 72 49 233



S5
- *


Total 2 8 4 14
Philadelphia
Florida- 1 2 42 31 20 8 11 3 3 121
Oalif.- 5 1 1 16 10 33
Texas -
Others -
I.Total 6 3 42 31 20 8 11 3 3 1 16 10: 1
Pittsburgh
Florida 3 33 65 81 51 34 14 17 1 299
Calif. 7 1 2 2 2 14
Texas -
Others -
Total 10 33 65 82 51 34 14 17 3 2 2 313
Portland, Ore.
Florida -
Calif. 1 9 3 15
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 1 9 3 15
St. Louis
Florida 18 16 42 26 23 10 5 140
Calif. 1- 1 3 3 1 1 7 3 20
Texas 3 2 2 7
Others -
Total 1 18 19 42 29 28 13 6 1 7 3 167
St. Paul
Florida -
Calif. 1 1
Texas -
Others
Total 1 1
Salt Lake City
Florida -
Calif. 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 12
Texas -- -
Others -
Total 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 12


1 33CALTS19





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UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER 1933
THRU AUGUST 1934 BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN-(CONT'D.)
1 9 3 3 CARLOTS 1 9 3 4
State SEPT.lOCT. NOV. IDEC. IJAN. lFEB. MAR. IAP. IMY |JU IJULY AI TOTAL
San Francisco
Florida - -
Calif. 2 3 4 5 4 1 1 2' 23
Texas -
Others -
Total 2 3 5 4 1 1 1 2 23
Seattle
Florida 1 1
Calif. 6 3 9
Texas -
Others -
*Total 6 3 10
Washington, D. C.
Florida 4 5 1 2 12
Calif. -- -
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 5 1 2 12





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. i934 HRU APRIL 1935,. BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 9 4 CARLOTS 193 5 .
State SEPT. I OCT. I NOV. DEC. I JAN. EB. MAR. I APR.


Atlanta
Florida
Calif.


23
23


Others -
Total 23 17 9 22 10 6 3 10
i1 t("mAYT'i 9 12 11 9


Boston
Florida
Calif.-
Others


- 19 ," 102
94 66 23

94 85 125


28 447
339 .-261 205
3


131 91
31 28

162 119


361 330
227 236


110
30

140


276
299


..94 108
18 41

132 149


306 339
327 405


Total 339 -289 655 588 566 575 633 744
Chicago
Florida 50 266 180 204 160 172 160
Calif. 322 ..372 314 436 454 446 461 520
Others 5 82 17 6 8 5 1
Total 322 427 662 633 664 614 638 681
Cincinnati
Florida 17 121 139 103 97 96 63
Calif. 84 83 44 59 67 64 68 81
Others 13 1 -
Total 84 100 178 199 170 161 164 144


Cleveland
Florida
Calif.
Others
Tn tnal


10 117
96 106
2 10
108 2?


80 95
119 134

199 229


91
141

232


92 76
71 176

16 i 252


Dallas
Florida 1 1 5 1 20 2
Calif. 30 25 23 48 19 16 18 40
Others 7 8 2 16 3 -
Total 30 26 31 61 21 33 41 42


Denver
Florida
Calif.


71 71


Others 1 1 -
Total 31 46 49 68 72 65 71 71
Detroit
Florida 30 82 74 79 75 75 56
Calif. 114 101 139 186 209 227 262 268
Others 2 19 3 2 4 -
Total 114 133 240 263 290 302 341 324
Fort Worth
Florida 2 8 -
Calif. 8 9 9 17 5 8 13 10
Others 4 3 4 3 1 -
Total 8 11 13 20 9 11 22 10


Florida
Calif.
Others
Total


BRs




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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935. BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1934 .CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State S SEPT. OCT. INOV. DEC. IJAN. B. MARIA APR.
Indianapolis
Florida 5 24 37 27 16 22 *
Calif. 25 21 26 22 29 23 38
Others 1 6
Total 25 26 50 60 56 39 66 *
Kansas City
Florida 7 19 7 8 12 8 *
Calif. 35 41 50 73 66 *62 86
Others 1 13 4 5 8 -
Total 35 49 82 84 79 82 94 *


Los Angeles
Florida
Calif.
,A j- - _-


1 1 -


Others -
Total 1 1 -


Milwaukee
Florida
Calif.
Others
Total


Minneapolis
Florida
Calif.


- 2 35 22 19 12 14 *
4o 41 46 80 67 75 111
- 7 3 8 -
4o0 4 88 109 86 qR 12r *


2
109


Others .. 5 1 2 ..- -
Total 41 39 85 86 76 89 111 91
Newark .
Florida 8 10 25 9 24 *
Calif. 6 5 4 3 5 7
Others -- -
Total 6 5 12 10 28 14 31 *
New Orleans
Florida 15 51 35 37 55 87 55
Calif. 29 21 11
Others 4 14 8 2 2 -
Total 29 40 65 43 39 57 87 66
New York City
Florida 1 195 1209 1160 1305 1345 1270 1335
Calif. 907 923 530 375 505 477 565 779
Others 1 7 20 8 8 1 2 -
Total 909 1125 1759 1543 1818 1o23 1837 2114
Omaha
Florida 7 5 3 2 5 *
Calif. 27 20 31 31 33 44 43
Others 4 1 3 4 -
Total 27 20 42 37 39 50 48
Philadelphia
Florida 109 448 485 454 424 360 360
Calif. 280 286 104 101 173 161 195 288
Others 1 1 -
Total 280 396 553 586 627 585 555 648
* Not available at time of Summary release.


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41







FROM SEPT.


1934


34 -

UNLOADS OFP'RANGES in 28
THRU APRIL 1935. BY MONTHS &


CITIES -
BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


1934 CARLOTS 1 93 5
State SEPT. I OCT. INOV. DEC. JAN. I FEB. IMAR. I APR.
Pittsburgh
Florida 18 114 98 100 90 75 55
Calif. 113 107 92 128 148 171 165 227
Others 1 14 2 1 -
Total 113 126 220 228 249 261 243 282
Portland, Ore.
Florida -
Calif. 35 39 .63 89 85 86 102 75
Others -
Total 35 39 63 89 85 86 102 75
St. Louis
Florida 8 58 37 47 44 45 42
Calif. 80 79 96 157 107 125 135 134
Others 5 29 17 2 5 1 1
Total 80 92 183 211 156 174 181 177.
St. Paul
Florida 1 3 1 1 7 1
Calif. "27 26 27 38 46 37 46 48
Others 1 -1
Total 27 27 31 39 46 38 53 49
Salt Lake City
Florida -
Calif. 19 13 22 33 29 21 35 *
Others -
Total 19 13 22 33 29 21 35 *
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 5 4 21 11 39 24 13 32
Others -
Total 5 4 21 11 39 24 13 32
Seattle
Florida -
Calif. 51 51 53 107 72 107 152 86
Others -
Total 51 51 53 107 72 107 152 86
Washington, D. C.
Florida 5 21 33 21 24 52 *
Calif. 64 49 21 14 25 35 38
Others -
Total 64 54 ''42 '47 46 59 90 *
* Not available at time of Sumnary release.





35 -

UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 9 34 CARLOTS 193 5


State
Atlanta
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total
Baltimore
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others


S SEPT. OCT. NOV. IDEC. IJAN. IFEB.


- 5


i 5 -
1 -
1 5


3



3


S


49
-


MAR. APB-.'

3



3 3

67 57


-~~ .--


Total to J I ) l U of l
ston
Florida 6 127 118 133 125 74 115 164
Calif. 3 -
Texas 1 1 5 2 -
Others- 22 4 -
Total 31 131 119 134 130 76 115 164
icago
Florida 41 132 167 72 78 30 79 225
Calif. 7 1 2 -
Texas 42 73 99 173 211 193 35
Others 14 3
Total 62 174 241 171 253 241 272 263
ncinnati
Florida 15 74 62 47 47 40 69 65
Calif. .- -
Texas 6 10 19 14 :1
Others 8 -
Total 23 74 62 53 57 59 83 66
eveland
Florida 16 54 78 58 59 45 83 80
Calif. 1 -
Texas 3 8 8 34 24 26 .5
Others 5 -
Total 22 57 86 66 93 69 109 85
illas
Florida 1 1 4 12
Calif. 1 -- -
Texas 3 3 9 9 14 17 3
Others -
Total 2 4 3 9 9 14 21 15
nver ..
Florida 2 15 6 1 5 24
Calif. 5 1 1 1
Texas 5 .24 24 33 37 25 12
Others 1 1 -. 1
Total 7 21 32 24 34 38 30 28


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- 36 -


UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 9 3 ARLOTS 1 9.3 5 ::
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.
Detroit
Florida 18 74 85 60 59 62 92 74
Calif. 2 -
Texas 2 12 25 51 47 44 9
Others 5 -
Total 25 76 97 85 110 109 136 83
Fort Worth
Florida 4
Calif. -
Texas 3 3 1 6 5 11 6
Otliers --
Total 3 3 1 i 6 5 11 10
Indianapolis
Florida 4 15 10 3 9 8 7 *
Calif. -
Texas 1 12 12 19 18 24
Others 1 -
Total ... 4 16 22 15 29 26 31 *
Kansas City
Florida 13 30 13 2 3 12 *
Calif. -
Texas 1 36 36 55 59 35
Others 3 -
Total 16 31 49 38 55 62 .47 *
Los Angeles
Florida : -
Calif. 2
Texas -
Others 8 4 7- 4 3 1 11
Total 8 4. 7 4 3 3 11
Milwaukee
Florida 1 28 16 3 1 10 *
Calif. 2 -
Texas 1 17 36 40 38 38
Others -
Total 3 29 33 39. 41 38 48 *
Minneapolis
Florida 5 30 11 2 5 2 38 38
Calif. -- -
Texas 1 28 48 51 49 18 2
Others 2 -- -
Total 7 31- 39 ....50 56 51 56 40
Newark
Florida 1 13 11 4 16
Calif. -
Texas- -
Others -
Total 1. 13- 11 4 16 *
* Not available at time of Summary release.





37-

UNEOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 TfiU APRIL-1935, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 9 4 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN.' FEB. IMAR. APR.
New Orleans
Florida 2 7 15 7 15 15 22 26
Calif. -
Texas -
Others J -
Total 9 7 15 7 15 15 22 26
New York City
Florida 39 569 674 680 755 645 696 779
Calif. 4 1 1 -
Texas 1 8 5 9 3 2
Others 252 106 9 5 2 4 47
Total 295 677 692 690 767 650 702 826
Omaha
Florida 1 9 4 1 2 5 *
Calif. 7 -
Texas 2 15 18 18 14 17
Others -
Total 8 11 19 18 19 16 22 *
Philadelphia
Florida 12 155 147 218 142 192 162 203
Calif. 5 -
Texas 2 -
Others 5 2 2
Total 22 157 147 218 142 194 162 205
Pittsburgh
Florida 4 63 58... 61 72 49 66 66
Calif. -
Texas 1 4 3 3 5 1 1
Others 11 .- -
Total 15 6 62 75 54 67 67
Portland, Ore.


Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others-
m . *


9

?9


8 6 7 4 3
5 2 3 3 5

9 17 13 22 21 26
2)1


5
6 -

24
fZK


ToUa C.-C c t- -- o 2-2 3-
St. Louis
Florida 4 22 36 9 11 3 9 20
Calif. 2 : -
Texas 23 30 37 91 68 80 71
Others 10 2
Total 16 45 66 46 102 71 89 93
St. Paul
Florida 2 7 2 1 1 13 17
Calif. -
Texas 2 12 12 13 26 16 -
Others -
Total 2 9 14 13 14 26 29 17
* Not available at time of Summary release.




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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in


FROM SEPT. 1934


THRU APRIL 1935,


:BY MONTHS &


28 CITIES
BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


1 9 34 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State I SEPT. OCT. I NOV. I DEC. JAN. I FEB. MA. APR.
Salt Lake City
Florida 2 7 1 3 2 1 3 *
Calif. 1 2 1 1 2
Texas 1 1 -
Others 2 1 2 5 7 4
Total 2 10 4 7 9 8 9 *
San 3rancisco
Florida -
Calif. 8 5 10 16 10 20 13 18
Texas -
Others 15 12 15 7 9 12 21
Total 8 20 22 31 17 29 25 39
Seattle
Florida 1 10 4 3 4 5 3 5
Calif. 9 10 3 5 6 8 .12 8
Texas 2 1 -
Others 9 .16 14 18 17 23. 18
Total 10 29 23 22 28 32 39 31
Washington, D. C.
Florida 5 10 11 18 21 21 .24. *
Calif. 1 -
Texas 1 5 4 3 -
Others -
.--To.tal .. 6 10 12 23 25 24 24 *
* Not available at time of Summary release.




UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES ih 28 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1934 THRU APRIL 1935
CARLOTS
City I OCT. NOV. DEC. I JAN. FEB. MAR APR.
Atlanta .-


Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
'Detroit
"Fort W6r'th
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los Angele.s
Milwaukee
Minneapolis


15
18
22
20
22


34
54
40
31
,36

2
4o


- 2 10
5 8


30
- 27.
55
28
22


.31


6


,i


5
<8 -
6 .
4


3.

3
.1"


-- --
- 4 7
- 4- 7 4


--





- 39 -


UNLOADS OF. FLORIDA TAINERIES in 28 CITIES
FROM OCTOBR 1934 THRU APRIL 1935 (ONT'D)
1 93 4 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
City. I OCT. 1.NOV. DEC. I JAN. I B. I MAR. APR.
Newark -
New Orleans 1 2 1 1 -
New York City 354 333 336 218 56
Ombha 1 3 2 -
Philadelphia 1 82 146 110 47 10
Pittsburgh 16 45 49 19 4 -
Portland, Ore. 1 -
St. Louis 4 10 20 2 -
St. Paul 4 2 -
Salt Lake City -
San Francisco -
Seattle 1 -
Washington 4 3 2 -








UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935. BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 9 4 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. IJAN. FEB. MAR. IAPR.
Atlanta
Flo ida 6 8 3 2 -
Calif. 2 1 1 4
Texas -
Others -
Total 6 8 5 3 1 4
Baltimore
Florida 9 30 17 16 12 17
Calif. 1 1 -
Texas -
Others -
Total 9 30 18 17 12 17
Boston
Florida 17 23 8 24 25 16
Calif. 3 2 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 19 23 s 24 25 17
Chicago
Florida 4 49 61 36 38 30 31
Calif. 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 2
Texas 1 2 2 -
Others -. 1.
Total 4 5 50 63 40 42 32 -...34.





- 40 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED. CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935. BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
193 4 CARLOTS 193 5
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.
Cincinnati
Florida 6 30 35 35 39 22 21
Calif. 1 2 -
Texas 1 -
Others -
Total 6 30 36 35 42 22 21
Cleveland
Florida 3 1 1 7
Calif. -
Texas 2 -
Others 1 -
Total 3 2 2 1 7
Dallas
Florida 1 1
Calif. 1 2 -
Texas 1 1 2 -
Others -
Total 1 1 3 3 1
Denver
Florida 1 -
Calif. 4 3 1 2 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 4 3 2 2 1
Detroit
Florida 24 41 31 27 15 17
Calif. 5 1 5 2 1
Texas 1 1 1 -
Others 1 -
Total 5 1 24 42 32 33 18 18
Fort Worth
Florida -
Calif. 1 -
Texas 1 3 5 -
Others -
STotal 1 1 3 5 -.
Indianapolis
Florida *
Calif. *
Texas *
Others *
Total *
Total
Kansas City
Florida 2 1 1 2 *
Calif. 1 1 2 5
Texas 3 1 2 -
Others -
Total 5 3 1 5 7 *
* Not available at time of Stumary release-.





-41 4 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED


FROM SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935.


CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES


BY MONTHS &


BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


193 4 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State SEPT. OCT. I NOV. I DEC. I JAN. I FEB. I MAR. IAPR.
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total -
Milwaukee
Florida 5 4 4 *
Calif. 1 2 2
Texas -
Others -
Total 5 1 2 4 6 *
Minneapolis
Florida 1 5 1 2 1
Calif. 1 -
Texas 1 -
Others -
Total 1 5 1 1 1 2 1
Newark
Florida *
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total -*
New Orleans
Florida -
Calif. 3 1 1 -
Texas -
Others 6 15 28 17 9 4 -
Total 9 15 29 17 10 -
Now York City
Florida 11 30 79 27 11 21
Calif. 18 6 1 1 1 2
Texas -
Others -
Total 18 6 11 30 80 28 12 23
Omaha
Florida 1 4 1 1 *
Calif. 2 1 2 2
Texas 1 2 .3 4 1
Others -
Total .- -2 8 7 4 *
Philadelphia
Florida 3 11 34 23 9 7 21
Calif. 4 1 1 1 1 2
Texas -
Others -. -
Total 4 4.. 12 34 23 10 8 23
* Not available at time of Summary release.





- 42 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED


CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES


FROM-.SEPT. 1934 THRU APRIL 1935, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 9 1 4 .CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
SState | SEPT. I 0'.- NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.
Pittsburgh
Florida 9 45 48 55 43 49 38
Calif. 3 2 3
Texas -
Others -
Total 3 .9 45 48 55 43 51 41
Portland, Ore.
Florida 1 -
Calif. 5 3 3 4 1 3 -
Texas -
Others 1 -
Total 5 3 3 6 1 3 -
St. Louis
Florida 1 6 17 13 12 7 8
Calif. 2 2 1 2 3 5 7
Texas 2 3 2 6 -
SOthers 2
Total 2 3 9 22 18 18 14 15
St. Paul
Florida 3 -
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total .- 3 --- .... ..- -
Salt Lake City....
Florida - *
Calif. 1 1 2 7 2
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 -7 2 7 2 *
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 2 2
Texas -
Others .. -
Total.. 2 2
Seattle
Florida 1 -
Calif. .. 1 6 3 2 4 4
Texas -
Others 1 1 2 1 1
Total 7 6 2 5 1
Washington ..
Florida 9 6 1 1'..: *
Calif. -. I 1 ' "-
Texas -
Others .- -
Total -. ... 10 6 1 41 *
* Not available at time of Summary release.




- 43-


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA.. CITRUS. 1934-35 SEASON

Rail and boat destinations were secured on 46,561 cars of Florida
citrus during the period the local office of the Federal-State Market
News Service was in operation namely, Sept. 26, 1934 to June 1, 1935
inclusive.. 311 cars of grapefruit and 2 cars of mixed citrus were shipped'
before the office opened and considerable fruit moved after the closing
date, particularly during the first week in June. There was the equiva-
lent of nearly 1,700 cars of small-lot express shipments on which
destinations were not available.

The distribution was fairly widespread and practically as many
states were represented as there were in the 1933-34 season. Thirty eight
states, the District of Columbia and Canada received one or more cars of
Florida oranges compared with thirty nine states a year ago. Although,
there was practically no difference in the number of states represented,
there was a sharp decrease in the number of towns throughout the United
States and Canada which received cars of Florida oranges. During the
1933-34 season 488 towns and cities received carlots of Florida oranges
while this year only 381 towni received cars. Carlots of Florida grape-
fruit were received in forty three states while mixed citrus was distri-
buted to forty one states. It will be noted that the proportion of mixed'
cars on which distribution was obtained is relatively light while oranges,
grapefruit and tangerines are proportionately high. However, taken as a
whole, it is representative for the period the Citrus Market News Office
was open.

The boat shipments to the eastern markets continued heavy. Boat
destinations were obtained on 23,557 cars during this season compared to
24,647 cars..a year ago but, in comparing these figures, it should be noted
that combined rail and boat destinations were obtained on 51,015 cars dur-
ing the 1933-34 season as against 46,561 cars this year.

The passing through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard and
Cincinnati, corrected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta and Cincinnati,
together with boat distribution, form the basis of the destination figures.
It should be kept in mind that diversions accomplished beyond Potomac Yard
and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida gateways and unloaded this
side of Potomac Yard and Cincinnati together with boat diversions are not
shown. In order to furnish a more complete picture of the distribution,
actual unloads on the principal receiving market have been tabulated for
the current season.

DISTRIBUTION OF INTERSTA'TE'TRUCK SHIPMENTS

Following the recapitulation of rail and boat distribution is a
tabulation of the distribution of interstate truck shipments of Florida
citrus from Dec. 15, 1934 through May 15, .1935. During these five months
destinations were obtained on 5,932 cars or carlot equivalents on a basis
of 400 boxes to the car. In order to .imp'lfy the tables and make it
easier for comparison, the truck movement has been expressed in carlot
equivalents instead of boxes. The importance of the truck movement is
shown by the fact that from the beginning of the season to May 15 inclu-
sive 9,758 cars were moved by truck and a total of twenty nine states,
the District of Columbia and Canada were represented in'the distribution.




- 44 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDt CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


ORANGES


ALABAMA
Anniston
#Birmingham
Cullman
Decatur
Demopolis
Gadsden
Huntsvillo
Jasper
Mobile
#Montgomery
Selma
Sheffield '
Tuscaloosa
Total

ARKANSAS.
Little Rock
Texarkana
Total

CANADA
Hamilton.
Montreal
Ottawa
Regina
Saskatoon
Toronto
Windsor
Winnipeg
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
Norwich
South Norwalk
Stamford
Thomaston
Waterbury
Total

DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total


2
114
1
3
2
1
4
1
39
33
5
1
2
208


10
1
11


1
22
1
2
2
28
1
4
61


2
2


29
144
632
1
1
1
1
2
711



35


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 258


GEORGIA
Athens
Atlanta
Columbus
Cuthbert
Griffin
Hapeville
Harper
Jesup
Marietta
Rome
#Thalmann
Total


3
58
28
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
99


ILLINOIS
Cairo 1
Carbondale 5
Centralia 1
Champaign 5
Chicago 1106
' Danville 1
Decatur 5
#'East St. Louisz 7
Galesburg 1
Jacksonville 1
Ottawa 1
Peoria 11
Robinson 2
Rockford 3
Springfield 3
Wilmette 1
Total 115

INDIANA
Evansville 63
Ft. Wayne 28
Hammond 2
Indianapolis 184
Jasper 1.
La Fayette' 1
Muncie 1
Richmond' 4
South. Bed 1
Terre Haute 5
Total .290


IOWA
Cedar Rapids 6
Davenport 2
Des Moines 20
Dubuque 2
Ft. Dodge 6
Marshal t own 1
Mason City 1
Shenandoah 11
Sioux City 9
Spencer 1
Waterloo 4
Total

KANSAS
Concordia 1
Hutchinson 1
Salina 1
Topeka 1
Wichita 2
Winfield 1
Total 7

SKENTUCKY
Ashland 3
Bowling Green 2
Danville 2
Frankfort 1
Fulton 4
Henderson 3
Horse Cave 1
Lexington 50
Louisville 281
Murray 1
Owensboro 7.
Paducalt 15 '
Total 370''

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge 1
Monroe 2
New Orleans 40
Total 10

MAINE
Portland 20
Total 20

MARYLAND
SBaltimore 752




45 -

DISmIIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


MARYIAND(CONTT'I
Cumberland
Frederick
Hagerstown
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Cambridge.
:East Cambridge
Haverhill
New Bedford
Newton Centre
Pittsfield
Somerville
Springfield
Wilkinson
Total

MICHIGAN
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Jackson
Kalamazoo.L
Muskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Total

MINNESOTA
Duluth
Mankato
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Winona
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Belzoni
-Brookhaven
Canton
Columbus
iCorinth
Granada
'Greenville
-Greenwood
.Hattiesburg
Hazelhurst


1
1i
2
756


1437
4
6
2
1


16
61
1
1545


485
15
8
3
2
1
1
1
560


2
1
21
14
2
4o


1
1
2
4
1
3
4
8
5
1


SORANGES ('iiA M'tE).

MISSISSIPPI (CONT 'I)
Holly Springs 1


Houston
Jackson -
Laurel
Leland
Meridian
New Albany
Oxford
Philadelphia
Port Gibson
Pontotoc
Qui tman
Ripley
Shuqulak
Tupelo
Vicksburg
Winona
Total

MISSOURI
Hannibal
Joplin
Kansas City
Monett
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total

NEBRASKA
Fremont
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene
Manchester
Total

NEW.JERSEY
Bergenfield
Hawthorne
Newark
No. Hawthorne
Paterson
#Waverly
Total


*2
29
3
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
15
1
69
1



1
2
63
1
1
6
2ZZ
351


1
3
18
18

37


1
68






26
8
114
240


NEW YORK
Albany 61
Amsterdam 1
Binghamton 15
Buffalo 241
Brooklyn 1
Cortland 4
Dunkirk 1
Elmira 24
Fonda 2
Garden City 34
Geneva 3
Glens Falls 1
Jamestown 2
Johnson City 2
Maspeth 72
Mineola 3
New York City 9155
Niagara Falls 5
New Rochelle 19
Norwich 5
Olean 6
Oneonta 2
Ossining 1
Plattsburg 4
Poughkeepsie 14
Rensselear 5
Rochester 128
Rock 1
Saranac Lake ,2
Saratoga Springs' 2
Schenectady 6
Syracuse 125
Troy 9
Utica 32
Watertown 19
Total 10007

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville :. 19
Burlington 2
SCharlotte 63
Durham 13
Fayetteville 14
Gastonia 2
Goldsboro 8
Greensboro 72
Greenville 1
.Henderson 3
Hickory 1








DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUSS 1934-35 SEASON


ORANGES CONTINUED)


NORTH CAROLINA(CONT'nD)
High Point 2
Jackson Springs 1
Kannapolis 2
Kinston 2
Lumberton 2
Madison 1
Monroe 1
New Bern 1
Raleigh 20
Rocky Mt. 33
Salisbury 2
Sanford 5
Shelby 1
Spindale 1
S"Thomasvillo 1
Weldon 6
Whiteville 1
Winston Salem 4
Total 2-

;NORTH DAKOTA
Valley City ,
Total 1


: OHIO
SAkron
Athens
Bellefpntaine
Cambridge
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Fremont
Gallipolis
Hamilton
Lima
Mansfield
Portsmouth
Springfield
Steubenville
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total


10
1
3
1
3
689
498
149
45
1
1
2
.. 2
1
7
5
1
59
6
- 37
1
1522


OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City
Shawnee
Tulsa
Total.,

OREGON
Portlpnd,
Total


PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bethlehem
Butler
Carlisle
Clarion
Donora
East Liberty
Farrell
Greensburg
Harrisburg
SHazelton ,
Huntingdon. ,.,,
Jamestown
.Johnstown
'Kane
Lancaster
Lehighton
Milton
SNew Kensington .
SPhiladelphia 3
Pittsburgh
Pottsville
Richland
Scranton
Sharon
Sunbury
Tyrone.
SUniontown
Warren
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Total


RHODE. ISLAND
Olneyville.
.Pawtucket


RHODE ISLA D(CONT ,D.)
Providence. 14
Total 1l


13
1
12
27


1
1


SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
#Floronce
Greenville
Spartanburg
Sumter
Union
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
Mitchell
Sioux Fallse.
Total

TENNESSEE
Bristol
Brownsville
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Crossville
Cookeville
Harriman
Humboldt
Jackson
.Johnston City
Knoxville
Lebanon
Martin
Maryville
Mc Kenzie
Mc Minnville
Memphis
Morristown
r Nashville
SRipley
,Shelbyville
Tullahoma
Union City
Total,


1
1
1
1

3
12
'4
1
1
25
1
3
'3
1
o074
629
1
6
40
10

2
1
1
.* 25
11
3917


19
.. 2


1
1
1
10
7
2
10
1
1



1
1
2


3
1
1
66
6
1
1
2
1
1
5

* 31
1
1
1
1
1
169
11
181
1
1
1
2
505
505


S,





47

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


ORANGES (CONTINUED)


TEXAS
Amarillo 3
Dallas 24
Ft. Worth 12
Houston 26
Longview 1
San Antonio 13
Tyler 1
Waco 2
Wichita Falls 1
Total 83

VERMONT
Burlington 6
Rutland 1
White River Jct.__
Total 10


VIRGINIA
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
#Petersburg
Pulaski
#Richmond
Roanoke
Scottsville
Staunton
Suffolk
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston


1
7
3
76

1

18
1
1
1
109


5
38


# Diversion Points


WEST VIRGINIA(CONT )
Clarksburg 4
Fairmont 7
Holden 1
Huntington 5
Moundsville 2
Parkersburg 5
Ronceverte 1
Wheeling 3
Total 71

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jct. 4
Eau Claire 1
Green Bay 4
La Crosse 3
Madison 12
Milwaukee 46
Racine 1
Wausau 1
Total 72


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1934-35 SEASON 24,141 cars.


GRAPEFRUIT


ALABAMA
#Birmingham
Gadsden
Mobile
#Montgomery
Total

ARKANSAS
El Dorado
Little Rock
Total

CANADA
Brantford
Calgary
Edmonton
Guelph
Hamilton
Lethbridge


67
1
13
6
87


1

6


2
11
6
1
3
1


CANADA( CONT D)
Montreal
North Bay
Ottawa
Quebec
Regina
Saskatoon
Toronto
Vancouver
Windsor
Winnipeg
Total


58
1
16
6
6
3
80
5
1
20
220


COLORADO
Colorado Springs 3
Denver 54


Pueblo
Total


1
58


CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
Norwich
Total

DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total

DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington

GEORGIA
Atlanta
Augusta
Columbus
#Everett


25
42
139
1
207



3


158


19
1
2
3





- 48 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)


GEORGIA(CONT' D)
#Inman Yards 2
Jesup 14
#Thalmann 16
Valdosta 1
Total 58

IDAHO
Wallace 1
Total 1

ILLINOIS
Bloomington 2
Carbondale 3
Canton 1
Champaign 7
Chicago 872
Danville 2
Decatur 6
#East St. Louis 54
La Salle 1
Ottawa 1
Peoria 34
Quincy f . 2
Rockford 2
Rock Island 1
Springfield 7
Total 995

INDIANA
Evansville 12
Ft. Wayne 52
Hammond 1
Indianapolis 139
La Fayette 7
Logansport 1
Muncie 2
Richmond 9
South Bend 7
Terre Haute 5
Total 235

IOWA
Burlington 6
Cedar Falls 3
Cedar Rapids 15
Davenport .. 7
Des Moines 30
Dubuque 1
Estherville 2


IOWA(CONT'n)
Ft. Dodge
Iowa Falls
Marshalltown
Mason City
Ottumwa
Shenandoah
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Emporia
Hutchinson
Junction City
Liberal
Newton
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka
Wichita
Winfield
Total

KENTUCKY
Ashland
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Total

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total

MAINE
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Greenfield
Somerville
Springfield .
To.~bal,


2
3
2
2
3
4
21
1



1
3
1
1
2
5
9
3
6




1
1
24
148
1
175


156
15b6


9
9


408
4og



930
1
14
36
981


MICHIGAN
Battle Creek 1
Bay City 3
Detroit 579
Flint 36
Grand Rapids 71
Ironwood 1
Ishpeming 12
Kalamazoo 2
Saginaw 2
Total 707

MINNESOTA
Duluth 9
Marshall 3
Minneapolis 151
Rochester 3
St. Cloud 1
St. Paul 50
Total 217

MISSISSIPPI
Hattiesburg 1
Jackson 1
Tupelo 1
Total .. 3

MISSOURI
Joplin 2
Kansas City 108
Springfield 9
St. Joseph 11
St. Louis 169
Total 299

MONTANA
Billings 1
Butte 5
Great Falls5
Total 11

NEBRASKA
Grand Island 7
Hastings 2
Lincoln - 12
Norfolk 1
Omaha 41
Total 3





49 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene
Lancaster
Manchester
Total.

NEW JERSEY
Hawthorne
Newark
No. Hawthorne
Paterson
#Waverly
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Binghamton
Buffalo
Bushkirk
Dunkirk
Elmira
Garden City
Geneva
Jamestown
Maspeth
Menands
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Ogdensburg
Olean
Oneonta
Poughkeepsie
Rensselear
Rochester
Schenectady
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Watertown
Total

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Greensboro
Henderson


2
1
2
5


1
35
1
2
4


60
1
5
194
2
1i
13
2
6
1
8
1
5760
29
5
1
4
2
2
10
103
14
69
3
21
22
6339


4
2
13
8
19
1


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)

NORTH CAROLINA(CONT 'D)
Raleigh 8
Rocky Mt. 9
Winston Salem 2
Total 66


NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck
Fargo
Grand Forks
Total

OHIO
Akron
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Portsmouth
Springfield.
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

OKLAHOMA
Lawton
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Bradford
Columbus
Erie
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Milton


1
8
1
10


19
2
491
524
160
11
1
5
88
7
36
4
1348


1
3
20
8
32


31
31



24
1
1
1
2
1
16
3
1
1


PENNSYLVANIA(CONT 'D)
Petersburg 1
Philadelphia 1438
Pittsburgh 503
Pottsville 1
Scranton 29
Tyrone 1
Wilkes Barre 12
Total 2039

RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville 3
Providence 55
Total 58

SOUTH CAROLINA
#Florence 6
Total .

SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen 3
Rapid City 1
Sioux Falls 6
Total 10

TENNESSEE
Chattanooga 135
Dyersburg 1
Jackson 1
Martin 25
Memphis 70
Morristown 2
Nashville 126
Total 360

TEXAS
Amarillo 3
Austin 1
Dallas 24
El Paso 1
Ft. Worth 8
Houston 23
Longview 1
San Antonio 4
Shamrock 1
Waco 1
Total 67

UTAH
Salt Lake City 14
Total 14




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DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIMDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


VERMONT
Burlington
White River
Total

VIRGINIA
Danville
Lynchburg
-Norfolk
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoko
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle


3
Jet. 1



1
2
38
18


18
59


.35.


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)

WASHINGTON(CONT' n)
Spokane 6
Total 41

WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston 12
Clarksburg 1
Huntington 3
Welch 1
Total 17

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jet. 7
Eau Claire 2
Green Bay 2
La Crosse 5


WISCONSIN(CONT'D)
Madison
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Racine
Sheboygan
Stenvens Point
Wausau
Wauwatosa
Total

WYOMING
Casper
Cheyenne
Total


# Diversion Points.

GRAD TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 1934-35 SEASON 15,917 cars.






TANGERINES


ALABAMA
#Birmingham 2
Total 2

ARKANSAS
Little Rock 1
Total 1

CANADA
Montreal 2
Toronto 2
Total

COLORADO
Denver 3
Total 3

CONNECTICUT
Hartford 6
New Haven 25.
Total 31


DELAWARE
Wilmington 7
Total 7

DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 11

GEORGIA
Jesup 1
Total 1

ILLINOIS
Chicago 130
#East St. Louis -.2
Peoria 1
Total 33

INDIANA
Evansville 3
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis 13
Total 20


IOWA
Davenport 1
Des Moines 3
Sioux City .
Total 7

KENTUCKY
Fulton 1
Lexington 1
Louisville 11
Total 13

LOUISIANA
New Orleans. 8
Total 8

MARYLAND
Baltimore 95
Total 95


16
68
2
2
1
4
2
1
112


2
2
4





51 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


TANGERINES CONTINUEDD)


MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 148
Total : 4

MICHIGAN
Detroit 87
Flint 3
Grand Rapids ... 7
Total 97

'MINNESOTA....
Minneapolis 20
St. Paul 5
Total 25

MISSOURI:
Joplin 1
Kansas City 30
St. Louis 0
Total 61

'NEBRASKA
Omaha 2
South Omaha 1
Total 3

NEW JERSEY
Newark 2
Total 2

NEW YORK
Albany 4
Buffalo 20
Elmira 1
New York City 1232
Rochester 11
Schenectady 1


# Diversion Points.


NEW YORK(CONT'D)
Syracuse
Utica
Total


NORTH CAROLINA
Burlington
Charlotte
Fayetteville
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Monroe
Raleigh
Statesville
Total

OHiO
SCincinnati .
SCleveland
SColumbus.
Dayton
Toledo
Youngstown
Total

OREGON
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Altoona
Bedford
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Johnstown
Mc Keesport
Philadelphia


t


7
1
1277


1
2
1
3
1
1
2
1
12


95
"Z6
11
1
6
2
201


1
1


1
1
1
1
1
1
380


GRAND TOTAL TANGERINES 1934-35 SEASON 2,734 cars.


PENNSYLVANIA(CONT' D)
Pittsburgh 130
Scranton 2
Wilkes Barre 9
Total 527

RHODE ISLAND
Providence 10
Total 10

SOUTH CAROLINA
#Florence 2
Total 2

TENNESSEE
Chattanooga 4
Knoxville 1
Martin 2
Memphis 4
Morristown 1
Nashville 5
Total 17

VIRGINIA
Norfolk 1
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke -2
Total 3

WASHINGTON
Seattle 1
Total 1

*WISCONSIN
Appleton. Jct. 4
Milwaukee 6
Stevens Point- 1
Total 11





- 52 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


MIXED CITRUS


ALABAMA
Anniston
Auburn
#Birmingham
Gadsden
Mobile
#Montgomery
Sulligent
Tuscaloosa
Total

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Texarkana
Total

CANADA
Calgary
Kingston
Montreal
Ottawa
Quebec
Simcoe
Toronto
Vancouver
Winnipeg
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
New Haven
Norwich
Total

DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total


1
63
1
9
15
1
1
92


5
2
7


1
1

7
1
1
11
2
,.4
29


1
1


4
4
1
9



5


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 14


FLORIDA.
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Athens


1
1


GEORGIA(CONT'n)
Atlanta
Cartersville
Columbus
Dalton
Hapeville
Rome
#Thalmann
Waynesboro
Total

ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Cairo
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
#East St. Louis
Effingham
Galesburg
Jacksonville
Kewanee
Park Ridge
Peoria
Robinson
Rockford
Springfield
Wilmette
Total

INDIANA
Anderson
Bedford
Evansville
Farmersburg
Ft. Wayne
Hammond
Indianapolis
La Fayette
Logansport
Marion
Muncie
New Albany...
Richmond
South Bend
Terre Haute
Total


21
1
3
1
1
2
1
1

3

3
1
7
1
S264
3
2
5
1
5
1.
1
1
11
2
7
.5
44
35


.
1
12.
1
377.
3
31
1
2
1
1
'.
8
8
16


IOWA
Carroll
Cedar Falls
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Ft. Dodge
Iowa City
Iowa Falls
Shenandoah
Sioux City
Storm Lake
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Junction City
Salina
Wichita
Total

KENTUCKY
Ashland
Corbin
Frankfort
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Mayfield
Owensboro
Paducah
Total

LOUISIANA
Monroe
New Orleans
Total

MAINE
Bangor
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Hagerstown
Total


1
2
14
32
:4
2

1

1
9

1


1
71



.5
-18



1
*4
1
1
1

21I
21
63
1
1
14
109


2
6
8


1
6
7


91
1
92





53 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS :1934-35 SEASON

MIXED CITRUS (CONTINUED)


MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Cambridge
Somerville
Springfield
Total

MICHIGAN
Battle .Creek
Bay City
Detroit.
Flint
Grand Rapids
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Mason
Menominee
Muskegon
Owosso
Saginaw
Total

MINNESOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
Rochester
St. Paul
Winona
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Amory
Brookhaven
Calhoun City
Clarksdale
Cleveland
Columbia
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Durant
Greenville
Greenwood
.Gulfport
SIndianola
Jackson
Kosciusko
Laurel


25
: 2
3
29
'59




i6
19
30
1
5
1
2
4
1
2
-_2
237


9
14
2
5




1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
10
3
1
'2
22
3
6


MISSISSIPPI CONT' D)
Meridian
Newton
Senatobia
Starkville
Tupelo
Vicksburg
West Point
Yazoo City
Total 1

MISSOURI
Joplin
Kansas City
Kirkwood
Marshall
Moberly
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Springfield
Total

MONTANA
Billings
Helena
Total

NEBRASKA
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
South Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Manchester
Total

NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park
Atlantic City
Newark
#Waverly
Total


NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Binghamton


10
1
1
1
22
4
1
2
05


1
18
1
1
1
3
64
1
90


1

2



1
2


10
1




5
5


1
2
1
1.
5'


9
1
5


NEW YORK(CONT'D)
Buffalo
Cortland
Dunkirk
Elmira
Geneva
Jamestown
Johnson City
New York City
Niagara Falls
New Rochelle
Olean
Oneonta
Plattsburg
Poughkeepsie
Rensselaer
Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Syracuse .
Troy
Utica
Watertown
Total

NORTH CAROLINA
Ahoskie
Asheboro
Asheville
'Albemarle
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Elizabeth City
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Greenville
Henderson
Kinston
Laurenburg
Lexington
Lumberton
Madison
Monroe
Mooresville
Mt. Olive
Mt. Tabor
'New Bern


28
5
1
9
2
3
1
171
1


S 1
3
1
1
10
4
2
22
6
1
.1
299


1
1
20
1
S
8
40
15
1
18
2
11
32
3
2
4
1
1
2
1
1

1
1
10


i ..






DISTRIBUTION OF LORI CITRUS 1 SE
DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIA.' CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON


NORTH CAROLINA.(CONT'D)
Raleigh 47
Rocky Mt. 15
Salisbury 2
Sanford 8
Shelby 1
Tarboro 1
Warrenton 1
Washington 1
Weldon 8
Whiteville 2
Wilmington 15
Wilson 2
Wilkesboro 1
Winston Salem 5
Total 288


OHIO
Akron
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine.
.Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus:
Dayton
Defiance
Gallipolis
Portsmouth
Springfield
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total


OKLAHOMA
Muskogee
Oklahoma
Tulsa
Total


City.


OREGON
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona...
Charleroi


3
2
S7
& 7
202
102
.29
21
1
3
3
5
14
5
8
4



1.
6
6
S13


2
2


2
5
2


MIXED CITRUS (CONTINUED)

PENNSYLVANIA (CONT'D)
Coburn 1
Farrell 1
Harrisburg 7
Hazelton 1
Huntingdon 1
Lancaster 1
New Castle 1
Philadelphia 97
Pittsburgh 301
Reading 4.
Richland 3
Scranton 31
Sunbury 3
.Tyrone 2
Uniontown 5
Wilkes Barre 12
Williamsport Tot
Total 87

RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville 4
Providence .' 16
S Total 20

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Charleston 1
Chester 1
Columbia' 3
#Florence 2
Greenville 5
Greenwood 1
Lancaster 1
Loris 1
Mullins 1
"Spartanburg 5
Sumter 16
Total ..37

SOUTH DAKOTA
Sioux Falls "
Total 1

TENNESSEE
Bristol .. .8
Chattanooga 41
Clarksville 4
Dyer 1
Dyersburg 3
Harriman 1


TENNESSEE(CONT'n)
Humboldt
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
La Follette
Lebanon
Martin
Mc Minnville
Memphis
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Paris
Shelbyville
Total


TEXAS
Amarillo
Dallas
'Ft. Worth
SHouston
Tyler
Total


UTAH
Salt Lake City
Total

VERMONT
Burlington
Total

VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
SHarrisonburg
Lynchburg
Norfolk
Newport News
..#Petersburg
Portsmouth
#Richmond
Roanoke
.Suffolk
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle


3
14
3
30
1
2
3
1
132
16
1
179
1
1
T45


2
2

4
1
.10


1_
1


1
1


1
1
4
12
28
46
9

2

12
2
117


2




- 55 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON

MIXED CITRUS (CONTINIEMD


WASHINGTON( CONT 'D)
Spokane
Total
WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley
Bluefield
Charleston


2
-w


17
20


WEST VIRGINIA(CONT'D)
Clarksburg 10
Holden 1
Huntington 9
Moundsville 3
Parkersburg 7
Wheeling 2
Total 70


WISCONSIN
Eau Claire
Janesville
Madison
Milwaukee
Wausau
Total


# Diversion Points.
GRAND-. TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1934-35 SEASON 3,769 cars.




RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT), FLORIDA TANGERINES,
BY STATES FOR PAST 7 SEASONS
States 1934-3511933-3411932-3311931-3211930-3111929-3011928229


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist.of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texa
irginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Canada


2
1
3
31
i
1

133
20
7
13



9
2
61
3
1,277
12
201
1
527
10
2
17
4
1


r Petersburg not included.


4
1
3
17
12
2
187
35
1
28
21
124
152
100
22

4
3
1,350
196


12

15

2
12
11


9

2
21
11
174
74
8
31
21
136
202
117
33
1
46
6
2
1,239
10
217


3**
28
2##
1
1
22
5


10
2
37
33
1
8
1
170
73
32
15
35
1
132
156
115i
31
1
62

9J
13
209


22
1**
21
6##
7


12
2
43
4
26
228
9
14

5
1

108
1
1
4
52
2
1,034
18
218
1
1
605
23
3**
36
79#o
7- ~


1 2

18 33
15 20
1
8
37 121
3 8
-






2 9

359 572
10
39 150

183 430
11 .16
34
1 13
5 50

2 5
793 1,823
not included.


3
i
13
1
~25


TOTAL 2,734 2,999 3,017 2,705 3,041
** Florence not included. ##Petersburg & Richmond





56 -

RECAPITULATION .OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL &'BOAT), FLORIDA ORANGES
BY STATES FOR PAST 7 SEASOTS
States 193 -35 1933-34 1932-33 l931-32 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist.of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota-
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Canada


TOTAL


t Jacksonville
# Florence not


208 327
11 41
2 5
711 133
35 19
258 291
-t 2t
99* 199*
1,154 1,369
290 382
63 47
7 18
370 376
410 546
20 44
756 819
1,545 2,273
560 661
40- 44
96. 127
351 378

37 54-
9 12
240 335.
10,007 11,191
284 365
1
1,522 1,704
26 32
1 -
3,917 4,450
164 125
34 67#
2 2
505 739
83 92
1
S10 16
S 109# 212##


1
127
129
37


331
26
7
-4o6
3
394
it
357*
976
369
11
3
383
462
48
839
1,961
541
21
79
231

4
11
264
7,656
325

1,538
16
2
3,953
232
61#
4
619
49

17
179##


243
30
6
374
31
450
3
178*
1,005
373
38
13
330
326
48
713.
1,502
480
10
54
258
1 .
13
8
234
5,865
221

1,450
18
2
2,680
180
51#
8 -
527
.22

10
177##
2
105
101
72


530
57
6
522
51
702
50
694*
1,459
863
150
37
434
370
94
1,035
1,777
864
53
103
351
3
62
18
228
8,046
534
4
2,047
50

4,339
277
260#
10
903
43

26
910

207
84
134


24,141 27,792 .22,542 :18,212. 28,387


not included.
included.


288 867
9 20

442 553
46 15
386 536
42 101
357* 983*
763 1,139
264 392
12 12
4 11
365 501
96 334
57 74
836 1,192
1,220 1,703
272 315
43 19
106. 166
153 299
3: 2
3 6
6 19
214 161
4,893 6,578
317 819

816 1,339
2

2,763 4,332
163 273
189# .698
2 2
306 1,142
112

25 26
567 1,090

78 144
42 39.
125 90
16,273 26,106


Does not include Savannah
Petersburg & Richmond not included.
.....~.:.... ...


- --




S-. 57-

SREAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT), FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
BY STATES FOR PAST 7 SEASONS
States 11934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32 1930-3111929-30 1928-29


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist.of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan.
Minnesota


Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Canada


87
6
58
207
3
158
-t
58*
1
995
235
116
36
175
156
9
408
981
707
217
3
299
11
63

5
86

6,339
66
10
1,348
32
31
2,039
58
6
10
360
67
14
4
59##
41
17
112
4


79
13
74
88

165
if
82*
1
1,227
262
118
63
143
159
24
335
772
667
198
7
440
8
73

116
1
5,410
48
6
1,062
37
54
1,781
46
5#
9
266
49
20
5
51##
68
28
160
4


102
19
54
175
191
-t
189*
4
724
325
93
40
203
133
30
448
917
591
133
.4
260
11
48

1
55
4,712
80
7
1,008
37
29-
1,716"
91
17#
12
298
26
14
7
57##
54
39
92
4


119
31
66
244
28
305
131
104*
15
1,001
358
56
23
235
150
54
475
962
885
ill
111
6
282
27
33
1
2
96
1
5,107
92
9
1,470o
48
66
1,864
104
5#
5
397
46
47
20

81
45
56
5


220 177 280 280


TOTAL 15,917 14,402 13,330 15,632 22,827 12,154 17,347


Z Jacksonville not included.
Does not include Savannah.


# Florence not included.
## Petersburg & Richmond not included.


218
50
185
313
65
452
296
248*
23
2,067
672
280
117
339
141
75
493
1,086
1,178
368
21
697
43
139
2
1
92
3
5,865
130
20
1,855
107
99
2,461
123
55#
25
571
84
62
26
696
139
60
226
15
544


51
1
65
221
23
395
40
72*
1
1,124
188
62
23
339
27
53
555
752
452
142
5
373
26
59

226

3,257
57
4
788
6
9
1,734
63
57
8
89

14
19
369
21
36
83
9
256


234
31
142
281
5
272
.481
325*
23
1,445
359
172
77
165
105
77
437
863
851
206
20
559
44
149
3

79
2
4,373
148
10
1,186
75
64
1,685
94
266
16
489
86
'46
17
626
140
54
139
14
412




- 58 -


RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT), FLORIDA MIXED. CITRUS
S BY STATES FOR PAST 7 SEASONS...
States 11934-35 1933-3411932-33 1931-32 1930-3111929-30 1928-29


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist.of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana.
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
-Wisconsin
- Wyoming


92
7
1
9
5
14
it
34*

354
116
71
14
109
8
7
.92
59
237
.43
105
90
2
26

5
5

299
288

416
13
2
487
20
37
1
445
10
1
1
117##
4
70
23


215
54
8
26
10
17
2t
112*

583
162
112
36
188
19
14
65
144
357
..69
153
180
1
43

2
26

278
,443
2
.664
37
5
S546
12
59#..
1
654
21
2
3
255##
8
133
65


203
28
1
104
18
36
Ift
104 *

370
133
85
27
152
52
13
220
452
246
71
135
155
1
28

13
28

1,253
369

588
13
1
863
S78
70#

417
30
jA.
10
184##
5
104
S30


189
36
4
188
2
57
8
95*
1
416
143
68
17
161
47
17
206
442
306
65
75
163
4
29


3

2,91
29

51

1,01
3E
.4


1

13

1;
4


Canada . 29 36 29 5
TOTAL ... ..76 5., 822 6,720 7,49


SJacksonville noi t iIu-ede..
Does not incldej4Saveina4.,


445
75
13
206
12
34
67
233*
2
870
386
159
56
270
117
29
320
754
434
82
185
295
8
50


6 21
;3 49

.2 1,621
>0 737
1 2
.9 820
ii 59
5 2
.6 1,425
S7 116
2# 325#
5 7
;7 604
0L 21
3 6
15 17
)9## 491
9 12
24 185
0 68
1
57 105
)0 12,796


132
1
4
126
8
53
75
117*
481
88
8
14
166
32
25
329
584
189
14
59
78

3


6
25

2,090
154
2
344


1,279
90
103
3
128


13
322
1
85
22

89
7,342


386
35
10
14o
17
70
159
377*
-
431
130
13
8
169
99
30
290
526
130
26
189
78
8
7
1
16
30
2
1,656
506
1
474
4
5
845
91
381
1
420
36
1
26
443
3
135
23
1


60
8,489


Florence not included.
Petersburg & Richmond not included.




- 59 -


DISTRIBUTION OF INTERSTATE TRUCK SHIPMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
F*OR THE PERIOD DEC.: 15, 1934 TO MAY 15; 1935, INCLUSIVE
S(arlots on basis 400 boxes)
Made available through the courtesy of Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture,
State Department off.Agriculture and compiled by the Florida Control Committee.


Oran- GraeITan- To- 1 I DESTI-
cos Ifrutl eern tal I NATIONS


Oran- Grape- Tan- 1 To-
Res fruit Iaeinea tal


ALABAMA
Birmingham
Montgomery
Other Points
Total

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Other Points
Total


CANADA


COLORADO

CONNECTICUT

DELAWARE


157 41
38 12
239 47
-34 100


17 6
6 2
23 8


1 2


14
2
12
28


1
1
2


212
52
298
5b2


24

33


KENTUCKY
Louisville
Other Points
Total

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Shreveport
Other Points
Total


8
21
29


6
2
1
9


6
8


1

1
2


- 3 MAINE


1 1
MARYLAND
2 2 Baltimore
Other Points
15 3 1 19 Total


78

112


31
11
72


5.
8
8


DIST. OF COLUMBIA :,
Washington 238


GEORGIA
Atlanta
Augusta
Macon
Savannah
Other Points
Total

ILLINOIS
Chicago
Other Points
Total.

INDIANA
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Indianapolis
Other Points
Total


KANSAS


102


548 289
44 i4
51 13
81 28
-5 5 131
1269 475


14 7
23 11
37 18


S 3
5 4
14 12
24 1

1 1

1 1


11 351


39 -876
3 61
1 65
8 117
32 708
83 1827


1 22
1 35
2 57


- 11
9
:1 27
S 44
91


2


MASSACHUSETTS


MICHIGAN
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Other Points
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Jackson
Other Points
Total

MISSOURI
St. Louis
Other Points
Total

NEW JERSEY
Camden
Newark
Trenton
Other Points
Total


- 1


2
7




_54

57


4

18
1


2
1

37
37


1
3
25
29


1
12
13



-4


1
1

12
EE


1
1
2

4-

6
6


2
2




. 1
1
1


4
11
80
80


5
21
26


2.
3
1
46
52


DESTI-
NATIONS


2 16

5 8


7
3
1 2
1 12


1


114
48
162


_




- 60 -


DISTRIBUTION OF INTERSTATE 'TRUCK SHIPMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
FOR THE PERIOD DEC. 15, 1934 TO MAY 15, 1935 INCLUSIVE CONTINUED.
(Carlots on basis 400 boxes)


DESTI- .ran- Grape- .Tan- To-
NATIONS Iges frut lginesl tal


DESTI- Oran- GrapTan- To-
NATIONS ges fruit geri tal


NEW YORK
Albany
Buffalo
New York City
Other Points
Total

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Charlotte
Raleigh
Winston Salem
Other Points
Total

OHIO
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo
Other Points
Total

OKLAHOMA


PENNSYLVANIA
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Other Points
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Columbia
(Cont'd.


.4 2
10 3
3 2
1 .11
34 18


37 16
35 15
52 9
47 12

5P9 151


5 3
1 1
S2 1
1 -

58 3

2 1


1
10

b5


2

.19


next column)


6
13
5
1 29
1 53


2 55
2 52
3 64
3 62
43 520
53 753


1 9
1 3
3
1
_3. 81
5 97

3


1
1 13
2 73
3 87


6 87
5 87


SOUTH CAROLINA (Cont'c
Greenville 38
Other Points 280
Total 1 44


TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Knoxville
Memphis
Nashville
Other Points
Total

TEXAS
Dallas
Houston
Other Points
Total

VIRGINIA
Norfolk
Richmond
Other Points
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston
Clarksburg
Wheeling
Other Points
Total

WISCONSIN


55
47
14
45



8
SS
3

4


59
53
207
319


4

1
40
75


1)
11

10


23
26
6
21
27
103


3

1
--T


15
28
85
128


1
1

16
18


1
20
32


4
5

6
_7
22



i
1




4
20
27





3
3 .


8 5 .2


ORAN-
GES
Card"
TOTAL (Dec.15,'34 May 15, '35 Inc.) 4,175
DESTINATIONS UNKNOWN, I" 353


PRIOR TO DEC. 15, 1934


2,077


TOTAL TRUCK SHIPMENTS -
1934-35 SEASON TQ MAY 15th, 1935 Inc. 6,605


GRAPE-
FRUIT
Cars


TANGER-
INES
Cars


GRAND
TOTAL
Cars


1,450 307 5,932
60 50 463


974

2,484


312 3,363

669 9,758


PERCENTAGE
SEASON
TOTAL

60.79
4.75
34.46


100.00


50

57b


82
78
20
72
121
373


11
4
14
29


77
85
312



5
1


1

15






- 61 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1934-35 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA
Week 1 orida Stock Calif. Stock Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars AveraeI CarCs Average Cara Average Cars Aver


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28

Jan. 4
11
18
.25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
.22
29
Apr. 5
.12
19
S26
May' 3
10
17
24
31
TOAL


7 $
66
g3n 1645.2.1
216
175,.
204 .
|ys 287.a.5
359
236
296
149


221
288
279
190
;k 15247)-0
263
255
249
,o3 2612.Q
191
241
234
q, 251 .1
227
222
254
234
11- 216 3,1
223
233
228
{sL, 2022'1


.3.3
3.3
3.1
2.6
2.6

2.5
2.C
2.3
2.6
2.9


240
- 205
;7 183
0 148
.7 161
3 142
51 91
)0 107
i1 108
)8 106
98 104
i0 85
)4 65


2.50
2.37
2.40
2.34
,2.70
2.56
2.47
2.47
? 2.40
2.70
2.69
2.82
S2.88
3.13
3.58
3.29
2.94
+2.74
2.85
2.73
2.69
12.57


76
129
89
90
106
131
104
97
143
128'.
108
118
130
153
98
118
144
179
172
176
184
184


$4.04
4.17
4.85
5.76
4.93
4.52
4.62
3.38
2.99
2.45
2.26
3.03
3.10

2.90
2.51
2.63.
2.89
2.96
2.73
2.80
2.99
2.78:
2.76
2.89
3 .06
3.21
3.11
3.35
S3.30
3.34
2.83
2.75
2.94
3.19
3.36


7368 2.69 4602 3.37


22
64
92
76
83
143
124
92
159
53


71
108
103
67
94
82
102
104
5
89
93
73
87
78
74
87
57
49
52
78
64
4o


$3.50
2.89
2.43
2.47
2.87
2.44
1.92
2.35
2.48
2.44


76
64
54
43
48
26
20
18
21
26
31
25
17

19
34
28
19
37
46
29
24
.45
37
38
38
36
28
32
35
47
69
62
52
54
71


2.14
1.80
2.01
2.20
2.33
2.51
2.38
2.21
2.24
2.27
2.36
2.58
2.78
3.01
3.31
3.07
2.78
2.90
3.04
2.55
2.58
2.65


2645 2.46


$3.71
3.98
4.85
5.73
4.49
4.43
3.84
3.12
2.85
2.46
2.30
2.89
2.79

2.71
2.49
2.52
2.89
2.65
2.58
2.64
2.78
2.78
2.82
2.77
2.99
3.01
3.12
3.24
3.30
3.25
2.36
2.4o
2.83
3.25
3.42


1349 3.21


courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


Made available through the


,z t





- 62 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORBANGa, 1934-35 SEASON


BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Week Florida-.Stock Calif. Stock Florida Stock_ Calif. Stock
Ending Cars Average Cars Average CarsT Average Cars Average

Sept.21
28
Oct. 5 -- 68 $3.88 24 $3.65
12 65 4.10 24 3.77
19 56 4.76 18 4.61
26 2 $3.40 45 5.71 2 $3.95 18 5.59
Nov. 2 20 2.86 68 4.65 21 2.90 22 4.53
9 28 2.79 42 4.26 14 2.73 16 3.68
16 29 2.84 38 4.10 16 2.99 18 3.88
*23 52 2.92 48 3.30 17 2.60 23 3.17
30 44 2.45 49 *2.92 28 2.11 18 2.67
.Dec. 7 69 1.82 56 2.47 17 1.90 24 2.48
14 29 2.08 58 2.31 13 2.18 29 2.48
21 48 2.73 45 3.03 22 2.49 3 5 2.92
28 33 2.61 33 3.19 16 2.26 16 2.73
Jan. 4 35 2.51 43 2.83 17 2.11 19 2.47
11 55 2.17 66 2.56 25 2.03 25 2.63
18 58 2.12 50 2.82 25 2.16 26 2.56
25 53 2.28 42 .2.83 18 2.35 23 3.10
Feb. 1 64 2.33 65 2.81 23 2.32 35 2.83
S 44 2.59 84 2.83 24 2.46 38 2.66
15 56 2.52 78 2.70 21 2.39 30 2.62
22 44 2.50 61 2.70 23 2.35 32 2.73
Mar. 1 49 2.52 70 2.93 13 2.50 33 2.76
8 32 2.35 84 2.78 18 2.40 38 2.76
15 32 2.73 61 2.82 21 2.39 25 2.80
22 52 2.79 56 3.04 9 2.58 33 3.14
29 40 2.75 51 3.18 21 2.97 26 3.27
..Apr. 5 46 3.07 67 3.34 14 2.74 31 3.30
12 43 3.65 67 3..38 11 2.91 27 3.23
19 51 3.43 58 3.53 9 3.07 29 3.43
2:6 62 2.82 85 3.17 16 2.43 31 3.09
SMay 3 41 2.67 61 2.66 7 2.11 50 2.51
10 41 2.59 63 2.61 9 2.65 47 2.36
17 31 2.62 77 3.01 11 2.43 44 2.92
.24 50 2.67 83 3.40 2 2.05 46 3.30
-31 23 2.65 82 3.34 4 2.20 4o 3.32
TOTAL 1356. 2.61 2125 3.22 507 2.,43 1013 3.05


courtesy of .the .Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


Made. available through: the.






. 63 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES :OF ORANGES, .1934-35 SEASON


CLEVELAND : CHICAGO
Week lorida tock alif.Stock _Florida Stock_ Calif. Stock
Ending Car I Average arsT Average Cars IAverage Cars Avera


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5.
12
19
26 2
Nov. 2. 20
9 22
16 16
23 .21
30 21
Dec. 7 17
14 10
21 21
28- 9
1925
Jan. 4 -
11 13
18 27
25 20
Feb. 1 22
8 23
15 21
22 29
Mar. 1 20
8 : 26
15 20
22 18
29 18
Apr. 5 21
12 19
19 16
26 17
May 3 12
10 11
17 16
24 13
31 10


$3.ss
2.92
2.98
2.73
2.65
2.16.
1.88
2.05-
2.43
2.58


2.04
2.38
2.31
2.37
2.28
2.61
2.33
2.43
2.38
2.45
2.65
2.82
3.09
3.06
3.35
2.78
2.68
2.58
2.38.
2.55
2.54 '


26
19
17
15
16
17
S 18
22
24
28,
30
16
16


S 16
30
23
27:
35
28
23
30
32
30.
27
27.
28:
24
26
27-
39
38
25
32
31


$3.84
4.07
4.91
5.59
5.12
4.11
3.60
3.22
3.09
2.56
2.50
2.90
2.98


2.65
2.67
3.08
3.00
2.66
2.66
2.88
3.04
2.93
3.05
3.25
3.25
3.48
3.39
3.54
3.14
2.80.
2.53
2.98
3.51
3.40


1
6
L/' 42
30
54
37
s1 32:-i
. 32
28
56.
S 20.; 2

S 23.
43.
30.
32
. 3245 2
31
38
37

30
37.
27
S27 2s5
27
27
28
25
jL 193.o
24
33
l 33
lot, 16.


$2.45
3.71
13.05
3.10
2.93
2.45
S2.15
2.19
2.60
2.34
S2.19

2.38
2.05
2.51
2.44
42.40
2.54
2.50
2.42
;02.54
2.48
2.45 ..
2.68
22.75
3.23
3.9 *
3.40
2.64 .
(2.56
3.04
2.61
2.48
, 2.73


$3.87
4.17.
4.75
5.71
5.05
4.25
3.75
3.12
3.11
2.60
2.53
2.89
2.78

2.79
2.64.
2.78
3.03
2.92
2.88
2.84
2.97
2.91
2.97
3.11.
3.r18'.
3.40o
3.30
3.31
3.53
3.27
3.00
2.85
2.97
3.25
3.20


TOTAL 551 2.56 862 3.22 1004 2.61 2354 3.23
Made available through the courtesy of the nlorida Citrus Exchange, Tampa. Fla'.:


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WEIGHTED VERBAGE AUCTION PRICES OF OA&NGES, 1934-35' SEASON


ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI
Week Florida Stock 0alif. Stock Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars) Aveveraege CarCa Avere ar Average Cars Average
Sept.21
28
Oct. 5 19 $3.63 19 $3.54
12 17 4.06 1 $1.50 17 3.91
19 15 4.76 1 .2.35 11 4.73
26 15 5.54 3 '3.97 12 5.32
Nov. 2 16 $2.99 18 4.50 iLa21.s12.73 12 4.46.
9 7 3.14 16 3.94 19 2.74 10 3.81
16 10 2.82 21 3.31 11 2.86 8 3.74
23 12 2.44 25 3.21 22 2.41 12 3.20
30 8 2.10 21 2.89 o10 182. 02.04 7 2.80
Dec. 7 7 1.94 29 2.84 15 2.00 13 2.37
14 3 2.50 55 2.64 16 2.51 16 2.63-
21 14 2.40 54 2.76 52 2.34 20 2.70
28 8 2.31 17 2.57. 9 9 a~ 1.90 6 2.30
Jan. 4 8 2.02.. 14 2.55 10 1.77 5 2.48
11 10 1.90 24 2.58 15 2.09 11 2.41
18 10 2.17 26 2.78 18 2.29 10 2.64
25, .8 2.24 18 3.08 19 2.24 10 2.79
Feb. 1 14 2.41 27 3.05 ?3 21,192.32 12 2.98
8 16 2.31 34 2.98 22 2.43 17 2.73
15 13 2.09 29 2.73 26 2.21 10 2.64
22 12 2.28 24 2.93 20 2.25 8 2.82
Mar. 1 9 2.46 31 2.97 ?_ 16a,)2.28 15 2.88
8 18 2.22 35 2.87 20 2.27 12 2.78
15 9 2.11, 31 2.81. 19 2.20 10 2.84
22 7 2.33 27 3.04 14 2.42 8 3.11
29 8 2.33 36 3.19 1 8at 2.32 8 3.33
Apr., 5 6 2.32 34 3.22 17 2.63 13 3.54
12 6 2.50 39 .3.26 11 2.59 15 3.26
19 6 2.35 31 3.38 12 2.83 10 3.41
26 3 2.48 41 3.11 14 2.42 16 3.34
May 3 1 1.80 9 2.61 (1_ 7 {2.,2.20 26 2.87
10 2.25 40 2.54 8 2.46 23 2.62
17 3 1.78 27 2.93 16 2.43 16 2.62
24 1 2.10 34 3.42 12 2.53 21 3.27
31 1 1.75 30 3,31- q. 9a~.L2.32 21 3.01
TOTAL 254 2.33 993 3.10 532 2.35 460 3.14
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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1934-35 SEASON


DETROIT BALTIMORE
Week Florida Stock Calif. Stock_ Florida Stock Calif. Stock
Ending Cars A e a Averae Average I Car s Average


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28

Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31


$3.15
2.74
2.67
2.84
2.51
2.31
2.23
2.44
2.48
2.20

2.32
2.14
2.27
1.97
2.59
2.58
2.54
2.48
2.46
2.36
2.42
2.49
2.89
3.02
3.43
3.20
2.59
3.25
2.36
2.35
2.48
2.09


22
24
19
16
17
22
23
27
26
29
39
30
22

22
42
34
26
37
41
42
37
36
47
38
33
38
44
43
45
42
56
57
47
48
46


$3.67
4.15
4.79
5.59
4.86
4.21
3.46
3.29
2.93
2.63
2.53
2.96
2.83

2.78
2.65
2.68
2.91
2.84
2.80
2.87
2.86
2,89
2.98
2.97
3.14
3.33
3.19
3.24
3.38
3.12
2.78
2.64
2.84
3.32
3.47


$3.25
2.88
2.41
2.50
2.46
2.21
1.96
2.00
2.24
1.95

2.08
1.76
2.00
2.16
2.14
2.39
2.34
2.40
2.17
2.30
2.37
2.61
2.77
2.89
3.07
3.44
3.02
2.77
2.85
2.75
2.47
2.40


17 $3.65
9 4.04
11 4.35
6 5.34
7 4.20
5 4.31
8 3.90
6 2.78
3 3.12
9 2.41
7 2.51
8 2.83
4 2.63

4 2.61
6 2.49
7 2.49
4 2.64
6 2.94
8 2.64
6 2.53
4 2.70
6 2.91
7 2.72
6 2.82
5 2.90
5 3.03
6 3.11
6 2.95
4 3.28
7 3.34
14 2.49
9 2.02
6 2.82
9 3.26
10 3.15


TOTAL 267 2.48 1217 3.11 243 2.48 245 3.11

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WEIGHTED AV~PRGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, "
1934-1935 and 1933-1934 SEASONS
1 TOTAz ALL CITIES
Florida Stock California Stock
Week 1934-1935 1933-1934 ** 1934-1935 1933-1934 **
Ending Cars Average CarsI Average Cars Average Cars Average


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28

Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
.19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31


I


1
9
105
386
446
394
465
599
660
437
709
312

398
578
567
419
544
522
554
535
506
443
484
448
486
451
434
478
446
362
381
438
419
311


$1.50
3.15
3.41
3.02
2.66
2.68
2.79
2.41
2.01
2.36
2.52
2.64

2.38
2.18
2.28
2.31
2.51
.2.'52
2.45
2.39
2.40
2.49
2.55
2.72
2.82
3.06
3.43
3.25
2.84
2.72
2.83
2.64
2.63
2.57


5
14
22
40
213
271
380
367
495
535
492
360

379
623
666
709
551
517
617
546
456
502
605
598
560
561
430
449
441
476
462
358
371
243


$2.24
2.10
2.55
2.76
2.34
2.31
2.55
2.50
2.26
2.06
2.47
2.61

2.75
2.60
2.46
2.23
2.13
2.29
2.40
2.36
2.52
2.91
2.82
2.74
2.76
2.50
2.61
2.82
3.02
3.10
3.16
3.64
3.74
4.16


578
507
437
366
419
357
304
355
333
385
445
409
246

246
435
372
313
432
506
425
382
486
487
409
400
418
463
405
419
506
627
598
550
609
591


3.88
4.10
4.79
5.69
4.79
4.31
4.01
3.28
2.94
2.53
2.43
2.91
2.90

2.78
2.56
2.69
2.94
2.89
2.77
2.75
2.88
2.86
2.84
2.91
3.09
3.23
3.23
3.30
3.41
3.23
2.74
2.62
2.92
3.28
3.34


597
569
561
537
488
477
356
429
382
308
154

156
218
219
213
205
200
221
224
249
284
298
336
355
343
389
342
370
336
310
402
469
447


$3.30
3.15
3.15
3.00
2.67
2.50
2.28
2.05
2.18
2.93
3.15

3.13
3.03
2.85
2.85
2.70
2.75
2.75
2.73
2.70
2.78
2.73
.2.76
2.80
2.69
2.62
2.71
2.84
3.10
3.37
3.41
.3.45
3.61


**Baltimore not included.


TOTAL 14727 2.60 14314 2.63 15220 3.23 9717 2.83


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WW.IGHTiD VEdE -AUCTION-PRIC 'OF .GBPEFRUIT., -1934-35 .SFASO


..'* NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHiA
Week Florida Stock Texas Stodk Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Cars |Average ICars Average Car s Average Cars .Average


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28

Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31


11 $3.07
29_183 o33.01
78 2.41
112 2.03
106 2.05
120 2.10
s1 95 si2.25
125 2-.18
134 1.99
136 2.13
5-;~_ 129 ao92.08
158. 1.97
135 1.85
148 1.91
s i65 J 12.oo

104 2.00
126 2.01
S148 1.94
102 1.98
,o 130 /, q1.97
104 1.95
107 2.11
116 2.13
qu 127 a. o2.03
156 1.97
141 1.79
142 1.89
10o6 I.q 2.o4
115 2.31
119 2.74
198 2.30
128 2.12
,/o, 1462 2'1.97
151 *1.80
124 *1-. 83
105 '-2.23
,5- 134,)9 -2. 15


$2.97

4-32
4.72

3.53
2.56

3.50
2.94
3.11


3.09
339
3.369
3.44
2':68
2949
2t20
2.93

3.09


3.t. ,,. I.I-


.4399 2.05


27 3.09


J-


2
12
22
46
20
25
28
41
37
30
25
47
42
38
22

32
32
25
27
38
44
35
35
38
S 30
37
S 37
* 46
38
32
45
40
24
34
30
34
35


$3.50
2.74
2.24
1.74
1.80
2.18
2.11
1.84
1.74
1.76
2.11
1.75
1.78
1.80
1.65

1.53
1.68
1.89
2.00
1.93
1.62
.1.66
1.65
1.58
1.71
1.75
1.77
1.71
1.85
2.14
2.21
1.85
1.85
.1.79
.1.64
1.76
1.77


1205. '1.85


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1
1
3
2
3
2
2
2

1


TOTAL


-












,,.1.85
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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GR LFPRUIT,. 1934-35 SEASON


BOSTON PPITTSBURGH:
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Endi Cars Average I ars Average Oars Avereage GasT Average


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1935
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31


3
22
18
17
10
10
14
20
15
16
24
24
27
17

is
22
30
20
25
24
17
16
21
27
26
30
23
22
31
43
29
36
38
27
18
16


$3.12
2.21
1. 81
1.74
1.87
2.08
2.27
2.03
2.13
2.16
1.80
*1.75
1-.94
' 1.87

1.66
1.69
1.80
1.77
-1.63
.1.62
2.04
-2.13
2.02
1.78
1.76
1.85
1.93
2.22
2.54
2.09
*1.91
1.82
1.69
-1.50
1.95
.2.50


$3.35



2.70
3.25
3.20
-


- 3
3
12
10
7
6
10
9
14
13
9
10
9
11
7

9
10
11
17
10
16
12
7
6
13
13
9
10
7
8
17
16
11
7
10
7
8


$2.55
2.40
2.10
2.17
2.34
2.17
2.21
1.98
1.92
1.94
1.97
1.78
1.6s
1.67

.1.60
1.65
1.76
1.92
.1.78
1.78
.1.80
1.82
.1.96
.1.95
.1.83
.1.86
.1.85
2.02
2.18
2.36
2.03
1.69
-1.79
1.87
.1.94
.2.03


-

-

$2.30


3.85
3.35
3.35
3.05

2.90
2.25



1.65

3.40
2.95
2.20
2.75
2.70

2.65


2.50
2.35


TOTAL 796 1.91 4 3.13 364 1.95 19 2.67

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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES. OF GRAPI RUIT, 1.934-35,. SEASON


CLEVELAND I CHICAGOO
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock -,'Texas Stocko
Ending Cars Average CarsT Average Cars Averae CarsT age


3 $3.35
7. ..2.74 .
17 .2.19,
7 .:2.12
11 2.24
6 2.30
13 '2.27
11 2.26
14 2.25
13 2.21
10 1.84
8 1.98
11 .1.92
10 2.00
6 1.99


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12.
19
26
Nov. 2
9.
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1935
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31


1
1

1

1
3
2
1

3
4
2


1
6
14
6
7
7
2
6
8
7
7
3
4
1


10 $3.67
-_ 173.o 2.74
20 2.54
30 2.05
16 2.10
11 2.69
lo 24 1.53 2.91
42 '2.43
20 2.42
24 2.14
I/ -_26 1- ?2.07
11 "2.04
14 '1.99
20 2.07
53 81, qg1.65


$2.05
3.10

2.05

4.50
3.42
3.00
2.60

2.78
2.59
2.65


2.50
2.64
2.53
2.31
2.27
2.21
2.45-
2.58
2.31
2.51
2.17
2.48
2.56
3.15


1.67
1.73
2.13
2.09
52.01
2.08

2.10
S2.04
1.87
2.13
2.07
C11.91
2.37
2.61
2.46
2.28
21.97
1.86
2.15
2.17
S2 03


-


11
7
2

2
9
11
11
13
6
14
10

12
23
21
14
27
29
13
18
24.
27
15'
25
15
15
10
2


-


$1.80
1.46
-1.70

2.68
2.71
2.60
2.42
2.17
2.10
2.46
.2.31

2.36
2.10
2.12
2.69
2.26
2.13
2.15
2.32
2.31
2.21
2.15
2.17
2.22
2..49.
2.18
:2.05


10
23
7
6
s 6(.
S 5
6
3
':Jx. 8a.
10
8
5
-O 17 1.
18
17
25
31
/ 362.3
28
26
32
/ ic 21


7
5
7
10
8
9
2
8
18
17
6
4
11
10
16
20
20
12
9
14
13


.1.67
2.23
2.13
1.95
1.76
1.85
2.23
2.34
2.12
1.89
1.64
1..71
2.26
2.36
2.38
2.32
1..99
1.72
1.86
.2,15
2.12


TOTAL 373 ,2.11 98 2.50 ..644. 2.23 386 2.24..

Ma.-.available .1.rough the courtesy of the Florida: Citrus Exchange, Tampa, F, ..


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE' ACTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, -1934-35 SEASON.


.ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI
Week lorida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending ars | Average CarsT Average CarsT Average Cars Average
sept.21 1 $3.05 3 $3.32 -
28 3 2.62 /c 72ss52.65 -
Oct. 5 9 2.04 2. $2.55 13 1.98 -
12 4 1.68 8 1.84 10 2.11 -
19 1 2.25 3 1.67 .9 1.94 -
26 2 2.25 8 2.22 -
Nov. 2 10 2.63 5 2.36 5/ 11'012.15 -
9 10 2.08 3 1.83 13 2.13 -
16 4 2.20 6 2.49 11 2.01 -
23 5 1.82 8 2.67 15 1.92 -
30 1 2.20 10 2.77 '1 8J 1, 1.77 -
Dec. 7 2 1.85 13 2.04 8 1.81 1 $2.15
14 1 1.60 .6 2.10 13 1.98 2 2.92
21 4 1.82 11 2.29 13 1.78 2 3.38
28 7 2.25 Lo_ 6 011.88 1 2.00

Jan. 4 2 1.65 9 2.18 9 1.57 -
1 3 1.30 13 2.31 10 1.68 -
i8 23 1.98 9 1.99 -
25 1 1.70 9 2.03 14 1.85 2 2.75
Feb. 1 1 1.70 17 2.08 51 9 L.1.68 3 2:.23
1. 1.25. 23 1.94 15 1.72 6 2.11
15 ..2 1.50 18 1.97 7 1,65 5 2.39
22 7 2.16 10 1.84 1 2.10
Mar. 1 11 2.16 L 131.11. 80 ; -
8 2 2.10 17 2.13 14 1.83 2 2.25
15 3 1.58 20 2.03 15 1.66 -
22 18 2.04 10 1.76 2 2.15
29 2 2.18. 11 2.19 L/I _101.771.87 1 2.45
Apr. 5 7 2.04 9 2.28 10 1.94 -
12 8 2.51. 3 2.63 10 2.25 -
19 17 2.23 2 2.30 12 2.0 -
26 '15 2.12 .. 12 1.84 -
May 3 12 1.85 T2 14 o4.022.00
10 6 2.08 12 1.75
17 14 2.19 15 1.92
24 17 1.99. 13 2.07
31 9 1.77 53 13.9(,2.07
TOTAL 177 .2-.06' 294 2.13 404 1.92 28 2.40

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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1934-35 SEASON


DETROIT BALTIMORE
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Cars Average ICars Average CarsT Average CarsT vrge


Sept.21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26'
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28

Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr, 5
12
19
26
May 3
ib
17
24
31


3
7
16
11
7
.5:
"7
22
12
9
7
9
8

4
15


9
13
5
4
5
8
5
2
5
10
9
7
6
5
5
6
13
i4
14
6
11
9


$3.62
2.59
2.32
1.79
2.02
2.49
2.50
2.13
1.97
2.03
1.91
1.884
2.28
1.96
1.85


$3.70

3.25


3.55
2.72
2.74
2.34
2.49
2.84
2.42

2.25
2.43
2.49
2.27
2.44
2.20
2.16
2.38
2.53
2.48
2.26
2.41
2.33
2.35
2.10
-


1.71
1.91
2.16
1.84
2.21
1.92
1.87
2.10
2.13
2.27
2.19
2.04
2.10
2.14
2.54
2.23

2.32
1.99
1.82
2.22
1.86


1
1
1
5

3
1
2
4
1
3
3
7
9
2

2
2
2
2
2
4
5
5
4
4
.3
4
8
6
3
1
1
4
3
4
3
1


$1.95
2.10
2.30
1.38

2.20
1.95
1.93
1.64
2.00
1.82
1.79
1.69
1.66
1.83

1.85
1.93
1.93
1.73
2.00
1.78
1.90
1.82
1.89

2.10
2. 05
1.84
1.88
2.02
2.25
2.40
2.03
2. 25
2 .24
1.90
1.70


TOTAL 313 2.08 130, 2.45 116 1.87 -

Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange,. Tampa, Fla.





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WEIOGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPElRUIT
1934-1935 and 1933-1934 SEASONS

TOTAL ALL CITIES


Florida Stock
Week 1934-1935 I 1933-1934 **
Ending Cars Average Cars Averge
Sept. 7 19 $2.29
14 43 3.38
21 34 $3.33 41 3.17
28 78 2.78 104 2.93
Oct. 5 210 2.31 171 2.54
12 253 1.94 148 2.38
19 194 2.01 145 2.49
26 194 2.16 197 2.71
Nov. 2 209 2.32 265 2.44
9 289 2.16 284 2.21
16 270 2.00 208 2.23
23 261 2.06 294 2.22
30 234 2.05 191 2.21
Dec. 7 280 1.91 206 2.36
14 264 1.85 280 2.19
21 295 1.89 280 2.20
28 137 1.88 136 2.25

Jan. 4 195 1.83 176 2.23
11 248 1.86 246 2.19
18 242 1.93 214 2.18
25 200 1.95 285 2.24
Feb. 1 236 1.92 261 2.06*
8 229 1.81 272 2.02'
15 205 1.97 205 2.12
22 196 2.01 218 2.25
Mar. 1 230 1.95 254 2.31
8 284 1.92 295 2.35
15 272 1.81 260 2.40'
22 250 1.87 246 2.48
29 232 1.93 245 2.55
Apr. 5 239 2.19 242 2.46
12 243 2.55 218 2.52
19 380 2.27 236 2.67
26 305 2.09 214 2.91
May 3 317 1.94 259 2.73
10 305 1.80 217 2.55
17 265 1.84 149 2.46
24 254 2.10 155 2.37
31 262 2.07 123 2.29


Texas Stock
1934-1935 1933-1934 **
Cars| Average Boxes| Averae
Note Texas
averages 1933-
34 season in-
clude Chicago,
3 $2.39 Cincinnati,
22 2.01 Cleveland, De-
11 1.59 troit, St. Louis
7 2.35 and Pittsburgh
5 2.36 markets only
8 2.99 and on boxes
21 2.86 instead of cars.
31 2.78
28 2.44
31 2.14
23 2.43
43 2.57
26 2.36

23 2.28 5697 $2.68
42 2.22 10987 2.67
62 2.22 14689 2.55
55 2.42 14371 2.61
64 2.29 10353 2.24
80 2.11 5081 2.55
54 2.15 5760 2.75
37 2.29 5309 2.74
48 2.36 8675 2.50
63 2.24 2044 2.74
53 2.19 2380 2.55
61 2.17 5315 2.40
37 2.26 4516 2.54
30 2.43 2299 2.54
15 2.33
4 2.18 -


**Baltimore not included.


TOTAL 8791 2.02 8002 2.37 987 2.30 97476 2.56




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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF TANGERINES, 1934-35 SEASON
Prices quoted on basis of 4/5 Bushel Box
e NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON
Ending Cars Average I Cars Average Cars Average
Nov. 9 8 $1.82 -- -
16 50 -1.58 9 $1.60 4 $1.66.
23 93 1.37 29 1.39 13 1.34
30 1j-+ 31.25 1 1.31 1.54'
Dec. 7 139 .91 46 .96 1.05
14 71 1.01 37 1.03 .97
21 75 1.25 45 1.17 7 1.1
28 c 24/.o0 1.75 9 1.66 1 1.85
Jan. 4 67 1.19 26 1.15 10 1.34
75 .93 17 .88 18 .88
.:18 63 .96 20 .97 11 .77
25 51 .91 21 .88 3 .97
Feb. 1 3o,_ 53 ,oil.07 21 7 9 1.07
8 49 1.02 16 9 .99
.15 34 ..1.45 1. 3 1.18
22 35 1.47 6 1.46 1 1.50
Mar. 1 .1.29 1 1.13 4 1.36
8 24 1.45 3 1.26 5 1.12
15 16 1.38 3 .85 2 1.10
22 6 1.43 -
29 5o 4 L 1.75 -
Apr. 5 1 1.67 -
12 / -
TOTAL 1071 1.17 356 1.12 132 1.12



Week PITTSBURGH CLEVELAND CHICAGO
Ending Cars Average Cars Average Cars Average
Nov. 9 1 $1.55
16 3 $1.73 5 $1 43 5 1.1
23 9 1.24 7 1.25 1.
30 5 1.30 3 1.59 81 1.26
Dec. 7 11 1.21 15 1.16 13 1.12
14 8 1.18 8 8 1.10
21 11 1.62 1. 62 12 1.44
28 6 1.70 2 2.30 q, 71,3 +1.86
1935
Jan. 4 13 1.30 18 1.28
11 11 1.4 6 1.13 12 1.08
18 11 97 5 1.20 10 1.19
25 11 .94 7 .99 11 1.09
Feb. 1 4 1.21 2 1.10 5S 7 '. 1i.15
8 6 1.37 2 1.20 10 1.24
15 11 1.15 4 1.26 8 1.36
22 6 1.29 1 1.20 5 1.20
Mar. 1 1 1.70 51 ."1.35
8 8 1.6 2 1.25 4 149
15 2 1.65 1 1.05
22 1 1.15
29 '.- -. ,
Apr. 5 -
12 . -
TOTAL 136 -1.24 71 1.26 155 1.25;
Made avial thog ,h corts of the Flr.id. Citru ,Echage, zI.fpa L' i


Citrus Exchange, lainpa, .1Fa.


Made available through-the courtesy of the. Florida




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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF TANGERINES, 1934-35 SEASON
'-____ Prices quoted on basis of4/5 Bushel Box


ST. LOUIS CINCIITATI r DETROIT BALTIMORE
Cars I Average Cars Average Cars I Average Cars lAverage


Nov. 9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1935
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
*8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12


$1.20
1.23
1.20
1.13
1.29
1.56
1.83

1.37
1.05
1.22
1.07
1.07
1.15
1.63
1.31
1.30
1.55
1.65


10
-.4
12
10
12
L_ 3
6
11
7
5
3& 6
6
4


A-

-'


$1.52
1.18
(.,~ 1.24
1.03
1.08
1.57
1 1.85

1.19
1.04
1.09
.99
F K 1.06
1.04
L ~
1 J-1 1.38
1.30
1.20
3'- 0


TOTAL 66 1.26 108 1.20 71 1.28 31 1.22


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF FLORIDA TANGERINES,
1934-35 and 1933-34 SEASONS
TOTAL ALL CITIES
Week 1 93 4 3 5 19 3-3 4**
Ending Cars Average Cars Average_


4/5 Byshel Boxes

9 $1.79
82 1.54
183 1.34
151 1.29
276 .98
157 1.05
572 1.31
57 1.77


153
170
138
120
110
io6
77

51
26
8
4
1


1.23
.97

1.02
1. o4
1.32
1 0
1.408
1 .29
1.48
1.b
1A


** Full
(Baltimore 1
not 'in- 22
clouded) 64
69
101
163
184
124
145
192
1 45
130
110
99
56
22
18
4


- I-


:2197 1.18


J _____________________________________________ J


Straps
$4.20
3.12
2.71
2.98
3.14
2.72
2.19
2.33
2.54
2.32
2.10
2.45
2.17
2.27
2.30
2.66
2.88
3.16
2.89
3.39
2.88
2.87


2048 2..44


Week
Ending


$ .88
1.38
1.35
1.08
1.20
1.74
1.65
1.61
1.18
1.08
.99
1.10
1.28
1.23
1.28
1.35
1.55
1.23


$ .92
1.40
1.17
.95
1.33
1.55
1.23
.90
1.15
1.25
.93
.65

1.53
1.85
1.70
2.10


Nov. 2

23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
'28
Jan. .4
;*- .II
--18
25
Feb. 1
.8
.15
.22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
-Apr. 5
12


T.9TAL




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UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES MAY 1934 THROUGH DEC. 1934.

ohh Exported.' MAY JUE JULY IAU. SEPT. OCT. NOV. IC.
B X ES


Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherland West Indies
Haiti, Republic of
Virgin Is. of U. S.
French West Indies
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Iraq.
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
British Oceania
New Zealand
French Oceania
Poland & Danzig
Australia
Barbados
Gibraltar
British Guiana


11425
2000

3466
2573,8
23654
5915
21555
170135
209397.

387
1514
39
1299
96

1
581
165
19
443
712
25
5546
515
3341
280
170
4135
13
3402
2

5
-


4606
800
2240
5981
,8659
14732
5169
2000
167831
208852
2
233
703
52
1294
622
334

4446
165
32
383
514
52
4767
-1
307
900
135
30
2259


855
16
2-


14500
250
760
27860
8445
4125
2085
4470
103202
151109

350
869
75
1430
344
226
7
.340
23
24


9277
238
58
4715
237
260
5796
13
4280

370
10


2109
450
180
21775
250
55

83755
150471

318
672
27
1292
436
150
2
6
247

.7
34
538
1620
288
10316
373
170
7491
570
360
6226
22
1o4o

300
16
25


500

7705
1046
4oo

25349
132484

398
769
47
1274
389
107
5
7
568
72
43
315
587
174
5484
449
163
3758
651
120
3895
13
1470
1662
102


154


80C
9593


1

5 1
- 1 10

2
1 1
0 759 12
98 137141 221328


196

874
334
108
8
3
657
246
27
75
916
155
2996
308
150
2488
250
30
4058
61
60
1



5


356
327
35
2299
153
116
7
1
110o6
172
T,

919
61
1421
160
83
1319
227
73
2641

5117
30
100


422
898
37
1584
295
335
6
2
307
162

59
70
809
2
1406
615
28
1581
511
51
7398
24
4312

25


Others -
Total 496736 434980 346647 302291 190006 120022 154825 242294
TOTALS 1933 585730 473717 539351 268354 165143 138485 148147 226889
S1932 4243 293298 4316 3350 20441 135733 144573 225800
"1931 791269 485739 67664 376 37 287537 118288 173020 270759
1930 215335.17911 1 269 151682 116929 75177 157505 373042
1929 754844 657079626635 604302 360326 382387 179099 304477


Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.







UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES MAY 1934 THROUGH DEC. 1934

which Exported M JUE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.


Belgium
Denmark
Finlnd
France
Germany
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
Poland & Danzig
United'Ringdom'
Canada
Irish Free State
Panama
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland'& Labrador
Bermudas
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Netherland West Indies
Virgin Is. of U. S.
Argentina
Columbia
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Iraq.
Netherland East Indies
French Indo China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
New Zealand
British Oceania
French Oceania
French West Indies
Austria
Others
Total


1200
150
2528
.1975
.677'
656
4 5
3200
62863
44457
152
45
516
115
61
266
27

-
2

36
183
113
20
254

32
14o
65
-10
158
455
3


1
120605


'800
50
25
2025
6o0
446
179
o0

3150
56616
33051
280
11
4
290
.193
51
55
38
3
46
214
107
13
57
20
15
35
47



2

98503


5900

2789
900
276
107
200
510
57513
20673
141
39
1
257
125
26




ii
241
15
1
46

278
.50
556
11
181
76
209
1
396
6
1


91534


B 0 X ES


253
150
1426

50



58893
18468
209

17
248
83
26
3
27
3
4
19
91
733
163
992
34
4
2161
26
.452
223
3


1
83221


300
123
50

265
4765
12617
144
32
1
218
67
15
6
23

5
28
80
264
97
. 196
30
2
125
100
12
274
105
668
12
5

20629


166

1664
128
43
576


39506
27137
103
16
1
157
36
13
lO
457
10
303
18
-
227
143
90

35
10o
20
10
273
324
18



71582


162
6
1669
373-
40
653
1
11

19352
33755
3
99
17

370
S45
17
231
-22
415
3
33
26
237
53
132
175
165
30
412
340
687
7
1

59548


14
6

977
167
43
489
146
42
4139
36993

24
1
188
73
78
.56
11
178
4
10-
21
336
1
172.
39
2
168
93
449
775
395
8


-098
46098


TOTALS 1933 198201 65817 78426 42625 41628 76973 60035 59925
1932 151539 102787:- 78230 40181. 66700 33269 39355 36208
1931 165769 178885 145548 55078 45065 41349 103494 83217
1930 78145 88831 39158 23269 42921 55319 103703 90905
1929 119352 104521 80601 26825 10822 70070 65849 66252
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.




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