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









MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

















MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS


SUMMARY OF 1935-36 SEASON


By

H. F. Willson


Orlando, Florida


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FOREWORD


The information contained herewith has boon
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; Foreign
Agricultural Service; Florida Citrus Exchange &the
Associated Citrus Growers and Shippers of Florida.

Due to the early release of this Summary -
shipments, unloads and other similar data for the
1935-36 season are subject to revision on account
of late and corrected reports which are not yet
available.














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Pages

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2

Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail & Boat Orangos & Tangerines . . .. 3
Grapefruit . . . . . .
& Express Mixed Citrus . .. 5

Florida Truck Shipments & Boat Destinations, by Weeks . . 6
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . . . 7

Unloads in 66 Cities 1934-35 Season -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines... . 8-24
Unloads in 28 Cities 1934-35 Season -
Mixed Citrus . . . . . ....... 25-28
Unloads in 28.Cities Sept. 1935 Through April 1936 -
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . . . . 29-35
Unloads in 28 Cities Oct. 1935 Through April 1936 -
Tangerines . . . . . . 36
Unloads in 28 Cities Sept. 1935 Through April 1936 -
Mixed Citrus . . .. . . . . 36-39
Distribution of Florida Citrus.-
Rail & Boat . . . ..... . . 40-53
Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Oranges Florida & California . . . 54-59
Grapefruit Florida (Regular & Marsh) . .. 60-65
Florida & Texas . . . ... 66-71
Tangerines Florida Only . . . ... 72-73
Florida Averages by Markets Past 10 Years 74-75

Orange Production by States, 1889-1935 . . . . . . 76
Grapefruit Production by States, 1889-1935 . . . . .. 77

Summary Florida Citrus Survey & Crop Estimate ........ .78
Total Florida Citrus Plantings . . . . . . ... .79
Citrus Surveys for Arizona, California & Texas ........ 80-81

United States Exports January 1935 Through April 1936 -
Oranges & Grapefruit . . . . .... 82-87






UNITED STATES APARTMENTT 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 1935-36 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson

Daily market reports on citrus wore issued at
Orlando, Florida from Sept. 30, 1935 to June 3, 1936,
inclusive.



The 1935-36 season was the most profitable one for the Florida
citrus industry in the past four years. This statement is based on the
auction averages of the loading markets throughout this period. During
the current season to May 30th, Florida oranges averaged $2.97 a box &
grapefruit $2.56 a box on the 10 leading auctions. This average price
of oranges is 41l over last year, 27( higher than 2 years ago and 530
above the 1932-33 season price. Grapefruit prices, comparatively,
topped all classes and one has to go.back to 1929-30 before there is a
season with higher auction averages than for 1935-36. It is true, that
the grapefruit prices this year did not exceed those of 1931-32 and
1930-31 by a large margin, but they were higher. This season grapefruit
averaged 564 more than a year ago. The increase in tangerine prices
was 170 per half box over last season, with a 150 and 11 premium, re-
spectively, over 1933-34 and 1932-33. The average price this season
was $1.35 per half box. On pages 74 and 75, a detailed comparison of
Florida auction prices, individually and collectively, on the leading
auction markets for the past 10 seasons, may be found.

One of the most surprising developments of the 1935-36 season
was the total production. By the close of the shipping season Florida's
total shipments will closely approach, if not equal, 23,000,000 boxes.
Fruit ran heavy to large sizes, particularly on the late varieties.
High prices at the close of the season resulted in the shipping of all
fruit available. The amount used by the canneries was considerably less
than during the 1934-35 season, when nearly 6,000,000 boxes were used,
but the approximate total of no.rly 4,000,000 boxes to Juno 7th was
large compared with some of the recent seasons.

Boat and rail shipments of Florida oranges, through June 2, 1936,
were nearly 2,000 cars heavier than to the same date a year ago; while






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grapefruit was just the reverse, there being approximately 3,500 more cars
shipped to June 3rd last year than this. There were approximately 300 more
straight cars of tangerines shipped this year than a year ago and the mixed
citrus movement was nearly 600 cars heavier this season. The truck move-
ment of all classes of citrus through May 15th, 1936 was slightly less than
that of a year ago to the same date. However, the total truck shipments
for both seasons nearly reached the equivalent of 10,000 cars yearly.
Arizona and California had substantial increases in grapefruit shipments,
each having over twice as much fruit shipped to June 3, 1936 as a year ago
to the same date. California oranges from all districts totaled 32,658
cars to June 3rd this year contrasted to 40,742 cars in 1934-35.

Florida citrus advertising on a national scale was in effect the
first time for a number of seasons during 1935-36, and will be continued
during 1936-37. The Florida Citrus Commission and the Florida Control
Committee will both be active next season with the personnel of each
committee being the same. Various organizations of growers and shippers,
as well as many individuals, are making every effort to promote the
Florida citrus industry's welfare and the prevailing opinion is that the
Industry is functioning under a more united front than it has in a number
of years.

New features added to the 1935-36 Summary include a boat destina-
tion table on page 49; production information by states from 1889 to 1935
inclusive, pages 76 and 77; citrus acreage or census tabulations for
Arizona, California and Texas on pages 80 and 81. To. those wishing to make
a study of the different phases of the marketing of Florida's citrus crop,
detailed statistics suitable for this purpose .are contained in the various
tables of this Summary.

On June llth, 1936, the.Bureau of Crop and Livestock Estimates re-
ported on conditions of the 1936-37 Florida citrus crop as follows:.

"Duo to the dry weather which continued during
....most of May, the, dropping of citrus continued and re-
... ported condition.shows.a decided drop from that of a
rpntth earlier. Oranges were reported at 70 percent
of normal .compared with 78 percent on May 1 and 55
percent on June 1, 1935. Grapefruit was reported at
69 percent compared with 75 percent a month ago and
51 percent on June 1 of last year. Tangerines were
reported at 71 percent compared with 78 percent on
May .1 and 42 percent a year ago. While the average
outlook for the crop is not as good as a month ago,
the. reported condition figures still indicate a prob-
able state crop larger than that of last year. Sat-
sumas suffered a severe setback in the freeze of Do-
comber 1934, but present prospects are for a produc-
tion considerably above that of last season."





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.ORANGES AND TANGERINES CARLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS
NOTE: All tabulations of carlot shipments (rail, boat & express) by weeks were
taken from the "Weokly Summary of Carlot Shipments" as released by the Washington
Office of the Buroau of Agriculttral Economics. Florida shipments for the 1935-
36 season include both 'light' & 'heavy' cars. Cars loaded 250 boxes or less
were counted as 'light' cars and-2 light cars wore used as 1 car in these com-
pilations. This segregation of lorida light & heavy cars was made beginning
with the week of Dec. 15, 1935 & the totals of Florida 'light' cars to May 30th,
1936 inclusive were as follows: Oranges 1,011 cars, grapefruit 295 cars,
.tangerines 18 cars, mixed citrus. 774 cars.
Week ILORIDA. .. C.ALFORNIA ALL OTHERS TOTALS
Ending 19336 934-35 35-36134-35 35-36134-35 35-3613435


Sept 7

21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
S 9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1936
Ja 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30


Oran- Tager-
ges ines





6
41
204 1
313 3
349 5
645 481
824 146
672 160
839 312
1255 314
930 231
403 220


896
902
863
725
686
s08
895
1098
1100
916
-850
1273
1107
872
lo4o
812
752
827
683
533
506
368


339
195
239
222
101
134
100
69
23
11
7
13
2
3
-
-
e

e


I Oran-
jges
1 &S


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


Tanor-
Sno
nes








10
54




195
317
303
236
68
126

252
139
136
113
121
66
49.
68
60
31
13
2
2
66


68


1411
1446
1277
1092
1192
1128
1217
1150
340
861
624
888
1232
1435
1013
l7O1


705
825
801
702
657
704
702
349
1640
1205
945
1239
1070
1393
1376
1501
1284
1249
1244
1413
1496
1544


.4. 4 I


1074
1182
874
'1011
895
853
633
501
206
820
1299
864
1264
1594
891
722
726

1043
.876
1230
1388
845
1286
1517
1472
1173
1340
1427
1420
1689
1702
2018
1734
1160
1554
1953
1818
1729


1411
1446
1277
1092
1192
1134
1258
1355
656
1216
1324
1891
2108
2629
2651
1903
1392

1948
1947
1932
1676.
1459
1676
1744'
1559
2780
2137
1804
2530
2180
2268
2417
23i6
2039
2077
..1928
1948
2004
1915


1074
1182
874
.1013
902
862
729
1119
1176
1673
2414
2221
2593
-2660
2581
1647
1367

2303
1638
2063
2123
S'2204
1797
2219
2379
* 2346
2000
2108
2249
2141
2353
2469
2704
2232
1583
2113
2525
2228
2093








GRAPE EUIT CA~LOT SHIPMENTS .(RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS.


Week FLORIDA TEAS ARIZONA. ALL OTHER~ S TOTALS L ports_ 35-6
Ending 35-36134-35 35-36134-35 35-36134-3535-36 34-35 35-36134-35 Cuuba 6g~5 o


1935
Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1936
Jaa. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8

22
29
Mar. l7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30


18 9
61 45
14o 142
71 369
108 468
370 445
386 303
350 374
300 539
272 492
330 364
402 433
415 434
394 470
269 424
171 279
102 256

231 433
365 383
4o4. 399
304 363
315 393
358 330
393 3o4
566 44o
484 553
452 531
416 483
507 382
552 481
435 572
531 892
412 710
476 565
446 470
312 389
219 434.
217 403
111 437


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1
176
189
198
152
218
298
247
255
198
94
53
166
285
277
175
129
198
147
91
49
47
35
31
5
$


-


6
65
27
7
7
49
130
151
176
143
128
183
157
108

14o
309
331
229
310
262
165
281
260
233
160
100
101
31


2--.



19 24
35 29
31 17
28 32
98 21
24
45 15
46 26
35 26
38 22
20 23

32 25
75 16
90 26
68 25
64 34
86 34
87 27
64 45
S87 31
67 18,
78 36
66 35
76 1
85 4o
70 51
64 43
72 39
82 33
76 37
78 33
63 27
52 21


49 : 1
22 19
13 7
12 5
10 8
15 24
18 8
15 9
5 2
19 5
35 11
39 11
27 4
23 5
13 12
7 10
15 8

13 10
25 16
44 11
39 19
37 22
59 14
62 10
56 17
57 25
64 37
55 11
103 26
114 24
108 40
92 48
71 35
77 29
126 37
94 50
96 61
115 54
116 35


67 27
53 64
153 149
83 380
118 541
386 496
599 342
589 419
534 607
471 659
621 547
783 644
734 596
718 629
515 645
310 468
190 395
442 608
750 724
815 767
586 636
545 759
701 64o
689 542
777 783
677 869
630 819
5 4 690
707 543
747 637
628 683
693 991
547 788
625 633
654 540
482 476
393 528
395 484
279 493


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MIXED CITRUS AR SHIE (" 5 -T & SS) BY W
MIXED CITRUS CABIDT SHIPMENTS (RAIL', BOAT & EXPRESS) BY WEEKS


Week, FLO1I D&A GALIFORNIA ALL OTHERS TOTALS
Ending 1935-3611934-35 1935-3611934-35 1935-3611934-35 1935-3611934-35


1935
Sept. 7
14
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
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30


20
32
36
54
103
176
145
273
463
781
251

300
284
281
264
'210
250
263
269
238
219
187
220
194
161
142
131
123
90
84
61
47
35


1
11
6
21
70
128
145
250
277
202
283
533
542
162

256
197
251
197
264
231
213
213
249
173
183
181
160
157

134
101
59
61
51
.47
31


47
65
35
23
27
28
31

10
19
17
. 13
9
19
18
8
25

30
42
33
55
30
43
43
S23
134
59
75
69
74
60
95
1014
. 72
57
60
51
35
55


3
19
22
11
20
14
5

15
18
6
9
22
18
11
13
21
43
37
27
39
37
50
56
i 52
36
63
55
59
46
:43
11
17
15
i21
S35
:142


4
7
6
3
3
23

33
56
45
22

39
59
63
63
56
49
47
26
15
5
2
3
3


3
2
1
4

2
1


4 .. 4


47
.65
35
23
'27.
28
55
.82
52
76
123
212
191
325
537
834
298

369
385
377
382
296
342
353
318
387
292
2614
292
271
221
'237
238
197
148
148
112
94
91


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






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PLORIA. TRUCK SHIPMENTS & BOAT DESTINATIONS
BY CLASSES & BY WEEKS 1935-36 SEASON.
(Approximate number of cars on basis. of 400 boxes per car)
Note- Truck shipments not included in U. S. shipmentss boat included.


BOAT


Week .
Ending


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1935
sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
21
21
28
1936
Jan. 4
S'11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
S15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30


1
4
8
15
27
51
76
114
158
185
218
206
270
394
597
161


ORANI- GRAPE- TANGER- MIXED.
GES I FRUIT' I INS I '


9
- 41
40
36
86
77
67
66
S64
80
so
97
82
88
80
S82
29


1935
Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
.26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1936
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
S28
Apr. 4
*- 11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
( May 31)
June 2 Inc.


22
14o
204
209
413
460
467
552
520
257
188

394
442
484
353
387
387
369
508
441
380
285
481
418
372
574
475
478
467
.376
369
.347
&4 7


.,

4o
4o
39
116
181
223
192
186
231
259
326
283
177
89
63.

94
188
193
168
178
148
193
261
238
187
139
194
195
140
266
239
184
180
156
134
131
81


TOTAL 6,220 2,553 584 TOTAL 12,551 6,367 1,435 205


TRUCK


ORAN- GRAPE- TANGER-
GES UIT I LINES


1,
3
5
39
84
103,
164
165
73
80

122
105
120;
108:
73
68
41;
320
15.
10'
8
11
3
2


-.


5
2
6
4
3
13
15
18
4'
'4

13
9
11
8
8
8
,7 :
7
8
8

5
7
9


3
2
2
2
-


Week
Ending


1 57 4o 32
164 57 29
186 83 32
193 80 37
161 68 29
182 75 21
227 83 26
232 93 22
248 95 15
228 97 11
208 92 4
231 79 4
256 87 2
157 81 1
170 78 -
151 667 1
i48 65 -
128 59
98 54 -
84 45
80 31 -
46 20
Truck available only
through May 30th, 1936.






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PFLBRIDA.CITRUS,E XCHAME.
MIXED CAR- AkLYSIS .RAIL SHITMETTS' .:J.1935i-L6 SEASON


. punished
Statistical Department -


through the courtesy,
of' the
Florida Citrus Exchange,


Tampa, Fla.


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
Date -..or Week Season For Week Season I For Week Season
S Ending.. To Date. Ending To Date Ending. To Date


1935.
Oct. 12
19'
.26
Nov. 2
9-
16
S. .. 23-
30
Dec. 7
14-
21
28


1936


Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
1
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
-Apr.. 4
.11
18
S 25
May 2.
-9.
16
23
30


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48.1
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48.5
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45.3
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50.9
53.8
55.3
52.5
51.5
47.6
55.6
54.6
53.3
55.6
52.3
-59.5
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60.6
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56.8
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UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 66 CITIES FROM- SpTMB*Z' 1934 TIRU AUGUST 1935
.BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF'ORIGIIT
1 9 3 4 1 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State ISEPT.OCTM.I0 .NO V.DEC. JAN. ISM. MAR. IAPR. MAY IJUNEJULY At:. I TOTAL


2 -

2 -


1 7 1
1 4 8
11 8
2 11 9


- -
6 6
i-"


5 6 4
5 6 9 4
-- - --


Akron
Florida
Calif.
Others
Total


Albalny
Florida 3 1 1 1 4 3 1 1 15
Calif. 29 21 20 36 31 29 45 39 43 44 58 45 446
others -
'Total '29 24 21 37 32 33 48 40 44 44 58 45 455


9 22 9
- 1

9 22 10


3 7 1 58
- 3 20 1 11 13 97

3 10 21 10 11 13 155


e
a 19 102 131 91 110 94 108 79 42 7 783
94 66 23 31 28 30 38 41 63 85 100 101 700
a gc Tw -? -~ -I -T -~ -~i -5 -~ TM -


Birmingham
Florida 7 13 33 17 16 15 8 3 112
Calif. 18 10 1 1 4 15 14 12 21 96
Others -
*Total 18 17 13 34 18 1' 1 5 12 18. 14 12 21 208
Boston
Florida 28 447 361 330 276 306 339 243. 139 9 2478
Calif. 339 261 205 227 236 299 327 405 372 413 340 381 3805
Others 3 3
Total 339 289 655 588 566 575 633 744 615 552 39 381 6286
Bridgeport
Florida 1 15 12 14 7 15 6 9. 79
Calif, 8 16 9 13 8 12 19 26 19 17 13 15 175
Others -
Total 8 17 24 25 22 19 34 32 28 17 13 15. 25
Buffalo
Florida 23 56 35 48 50 60 42 20 3 2 339
Calif. 37 57 39 64 66 59 77 79 95 72 66 73 784
Others -
Total 37 80 95 99 114 109 137 121 115 75 6.8 73 1123
Chicago
Florida 50 266 18Q 204 160 172 160 139 68 1399
Calif. 322 372 314 436 454 446 461 520 525 483 391 396 5120
.Others 5 82 17 6 8 5 1 124
Total 322 427 662 633 664 614 638 681 664 551 391 396 6643
Cincinnati
Florida 17 121 139 103 97 96 63 56 26 718
Calif. s8 83 44 59 67 64 68 81 122 119 107 108 loo6
Others 13 1 14
Total 84 100 178 199 170 161 164 144 178 145 107 108 1738


- 1
23 16

23 17


Atlanta
Florid4
Calif.
Others
Tota
Baltimor
Florid,
Calif.
Others
'Totas


1


] I .


I


6


Z


a


l







UNLOADS.OF ORANGES in 66J CITIES: FRiM. i',PfBR 1934 -THSU-AUGUST 1935
BY 'MONTHS JAND BY STATES O. OBL:GIN (CONT 'D)
1 9 3 4 CALoTs .., ...- ..3!5,-.. "
State. I TJOCT. ]iYV. DECJ.. JA. jSM. 1. AIM .':I.MAY. EJ.T lUM~IM. TOTAL
Clevelaind'
Florida .. -10 117 80 95 .91 92 -76 '54 25 640
Calif. 96 96 106 119 134 141 71 176 165 144 133 121 1502
Others. .2 10 .- "- 12
Total 96 10g 233 199 229 232 163 252 219 169. 133 121 2154
Columbus
Florida 28 .18 18 22 22 11 3 130
Calif. 24 .18 26 35 38 42 53 37 34 27 22 35 391
Others .- -- *- 2 2
Total 2 26 5 532 56 64 77 .. 8 27 22 35 -5
Dallas
Florid 1 1 5 1 20 2 30
Calif. 30 25 23 48 19 16 18 40 38 32 34 34- 357
Others.. .. .7 8 .2 16 3 36
Total 30 26 31 61 21 33 1 2 38 32 34 34 423
Da yton -
Florida -- 12 14 -6 -9 -6 '1 "1 "49
Calif. 7 6 5 5 6 8 9 4 11 6 75
Others. - -.. .
Total 8 7 12 20 11 14 12 9 10 4 11 '-124
Denver '" ..
Florida .- 2 1 - 3
Calif. 34 44 47 68 71 65 71 71 61 59 66 42 '696
Others .- 1 1 . .- .- *- 2
Total" : 31". 46 49 68: 72 65 71 71. 61 59 66 42 701.
Des Moines
FloridaD .3 10 8 6 15 7 1 '- - 50
Calif. 16 16 20 32 32 41 40 4o 34 20 29 13 333
.Others .. .. -- 2
Total. 1l6 119 30 40 3-8 58 47- 41 34 20 29 13 385
Detroit .
Florida. 30 82 74 79 75 75 56 35 28 -
Calif. 114 101 139 186 209 227 262 268 276 206 185 168 2 ,41
Others .- 2 19 3 2 4 -. .30
Total 114 133 240 263 290 302 341 324 311 234 185 168 2905
Duluth
Florida 2 1 1 1 5
Calif. 11 13 13 22 16 29 31 21 22 19 24 18 239
Others -
Total 11 13 15. 22 16 30 32. 22 ..22 19- 24 18 244
El Pa- Pb'
Florida. -.. -
Calif. 23 27. 18 24- 22 23 33 1 41 43- 28 28 25 33.5
Others -- 1. 6 2 1 10
Total 23 27 19 -' 30 24 23 33 42 43 ..28 28 25 345
Evaasville
Florida -. 12 2 3 12 6 5 2 3 70
Calif. 7 5 4 4 7 6 5 6 10 4 s 6 72
Others -
Total 7 5 16 31 10 18 11 11. 12 7T: 8 6 14





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UNLOADS OF ORANGES' in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER-1934 THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS AND BY $TATES OF ORIGIN CONT 'D.)
1 9 34 .CALOTS 1 9 3 5
State SEPT OCT. I NOV. DEC. JAN'. EB. MAR. APR. I MAY JI E JULY AUG. TOTAL
Fort Worth
Florida 2 10
Calif. 8 9 9 17 5 8 13 10 9 10 13 6 117
Others 4 3 4 3 1 15
Total 8 11 13 20 9 11 22 10 9 10 --13 6 142
Grand Rapids
Florida 1 18 8 8 9 7 3 54
Calif. 14 17 28 31 26 33 39 45 30 32 35 33 363
Others "
Total 14 1 46 39 34 42 46 48 30 32 35 33 417
Hartford
Florida 2 52 41 44 47 41 45 28 15 315
Calif. 36 25 13 23 25 30 32 28 29 33 29 42 345
Others -
Total 36 27 65 64 69 77 73 73 57 48 29 42, 660
Houston
Florida -
Oalif. .36 34 23 32 8 13 23 36 42 42... 40 36 365
Others. 1 3 3 7
Total 36 34 2 23 33 11 16 23 36 42 42 40 36 372
Indianapolis -
Florida 5 24 37 27 16 22 10 2 143
Calif... .25 21 26. 22 29 23 38. 47 69. 36 35 39 410
Others 1 6 1 8
Total 25 26 50 60 56 39 66 58 '71 36 35 39 561
Jacksonville
Florida 4 1 5
Calif. 1 .. 1
Others -
Total 1 4 1 6
Kansas City
Florida 7 19 7 8 12 8 1 62
Calif. -. 35 4 50- 73 66 62 86 97 75 69 63 77 794
Others 1 13 4 5 8 31
Total 35 49 82 84 79 82 94 98 75 69 63 77 ..88
Lexington
Florida 1 3 15 3 5 5 7 1 1 - 41
Calif. 1. 3. -. 1 -. -. 1 4 6 4 20
Others -
Total 1 4 3 15 4 5 5 7 2 5 6 4 61
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. 1 1 1 3
Others -
Total 1 1 1 3
Louisville-
Florida 11 34 62 26 38 28 21 18 4 242
Calif. 17. 14 5 5 10- 10. 12. 11 17 24. 30 25 180
Others 1 2 5- 40- 1
Total 17 25 40 67 36 48 40 32 35 '28 30 25 423





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UNLOADS OF ORABNES in 66 CITIES ROM SEPTEMBER 1934 THRU AUIUST 1935
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT 'D
1 934 0CARLOTS 19 5
State SEPT CT.INOV. DEO. JAN. IMAR. APR. IMAY JUNE IJULYIAUS. TOTAL
Memphis
Florida 21 52 84 26 49 41 22 5 1 301
Calif. 21 8 9 18 11 9 10 15 34 29 21 31 216
Others 1 6
Total 21 29 62 102 37 58 56 37 39 30 21 31 523


Mi


Iwaukee
Florida 2 35 22 19 12 14 12 3 119
Calif. 4o 41 6 80 67 75 111 95 103 77 56 53 844
Others 7 3 8 18
Total 40 _3 88 105 86 95 125 107 106 77 56 53 981


Minneapolis
Florida 3 10 2 3 2 2 22
Calif. 41 36 70 83 71 87 109 91 96 82 78 75 919
Others 5 1 2 8
Total .41 39 85 86 76 89 111 91 96 82 78 75 949


Nashville
Florida
Calif.


4 42 86 31 32 24 21 11 8 -
9 1 2 1 1 6 3 10 10 13


259
67


Others -
Total 11 13 42 87 33 33 25 27 14 18 10 13 326


Newark
Florida
Calif.
Others


8 10 25
4 3
- -


9 24 60 17
5 7 14 10
-. ~ -e e-


4 -
9 15 15


157
93
,-


Total


New Haven
Florida
Calif.
Others


6 5 12 10 28 14 31 74 27 13 16 15


- 5 31 24 15 29 23 19 14 5 -
20 12 7 9 13 6 16 20 16 15 30 31


260


165
195


Total 20 17 38 33 28 35 39 39 30 20 30 31 360
New Orleans
Florida 15 51 35 37 55 87 55 32 14 381
Calif. 29 21 11 26 31 31 35 184
Others 4 14 8 2 2 30
Total 29 40 65 43 39 57 87 66 58 45 31 35 595


New York City
Florida 1 195 1209 1160 1305 1345 1270 1335 1166 687 191 14 9878
Calif. 907 923 530 375 505 477 565 779 807 854 1017 104i 8780
Others 1 7 20 8 8 1 2 47
Total 909 1125 1759 1543 1818 1823 1837 2114 1973 1541 1208 1055 18705
Norfolk
Florida 3 3 5 8 8 12 9 6 2 56
Calif. 15 3 3 2 1 5 12 6 10 10 67
Others -
Total 1o li 6 3 5 11 1 14 1 8 1in 10 1


Oklahoma City


Florida 5 2 10 17
Calif. 18 19 17 28 20 12 19 17 35 24 23 23 255
Others 2 4 3 1 10
Total 18 19 24 34 20 15 29 18 35 24 23 23 282


6 5
6 5
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UNLOADS OF ORANGE S in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1934 THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN 0(CONTD)
1 9 34 OCARLOTS 1 9 3 5_
State SEPT. OCT0. OV. DE C. (JAN.M ITB. LMAR. APRB. |MAY I JI | JULY AUG. ( TOTAL
Omaha
Florida 7 5 3 2 5 2 22
Calif. 27 20 31 31 33 44 43 51 47 42 30 37 436
Others 4 1 3 4 12
Total 27 20 42 37 39 50 48 51 47 42 30 37 470
Peoria
Florida 2 3 2 1 8
Calif. 22 14 11 25 29 24 30 24 35 29 23 17 283
Others -
Total 22 16 14 27 29 24 31 24 35 29 23 17 291
Philadelphia
Florida 109 448 485 454 424 360 360 246 71 2957
Calif. 280 286 104 101 173 161 195 288 309 383 338 368 2986
Others 1 1 -- 2
Total 280 396 59 & 627 685 555 648 555 45 338 368 5945
Pittsburgh
Florida I18 11 98 100 90 75 55 50 18 618
Calif. 113 107 92 128 148 171 165 227 229 183 192 170 1925
Others 1 14 2 1 3 21
Total 113 126 220 228 249 261 243 282 279 201 192 170 2564
Portland. Me.
Florida 1 13 4 3 5 8 1 35
Calif. 14 10 9 14 26 40 26 25 32 27 28 31 282
Others -
Total 14 11 22 18 29 5 34 26 32 27 28 31 317
Portland, Ore.
Florida -
Calif. 35 39 63 89 85 86 102 75 63 57 45 43 782
Others -
Total 35 39 63 89 85 86 102 75 63 57 45 43 782
Providence
Florida 5 65 46 33 58 25 34 23 10 2 1 302
Calif. 31 31 17 26 14 28 37 35 22 38 33 38 350
Others -
Total 31 36 82 72 47 86 62 69 45 48 35 39 652
Richmond
Florida 12 47 45 30 18 17 19 6 4 198
Calif. 13 9 1 5 1 3 6 15 12 12 13 90
Others -
Total 13 21 47 46 35 19 20 25 21 16 12 13 288
Rochester
Florida 6 21 22 15 13 25 29 5 1 137
Calif. 31 39 30 49 38 40 51 52 51 48 43 e4 516
Others 1 1
Total 31 45 51 72 53 53 76 81 56 49 43 44 654
St. Louis
Florida 8 58 37 47 44 45 42 5 3 1 290
Calif. 80 79 96 157 107 125 135 168 155 147 15 106 l146o
Others 5 29 17 2 5 1 1 60
Total 80 92 183 211 156 174 181 211 160 150 106 106 1810






S- 13 -

UNLOADs Q ORI~NGS. iin 66 CITI:S.-'- ROM..SEPTABER 1931.4 .RU AUGUST 1935
BY.MONTHS AND BY.'STAT0. OF OIGIN (00,NT 'D.)
1 9 3 4 CAROTS .. 1.9 3 5
- State -*SEP. CT.OV. flEC. JA EIEB. MA.U.^ \ N J UJLY AUG TOTAL
St. Paul
Florida -.1 3 1 - 1 7 1 -. 14
Calif. 27 26 27 38 46 37 46 48 48 44 .29 34 450
Others 1 - - .- ".- - 1
Total 27 27 31 3 39 46 3 53 4.9 48 44~ -29 -34 465
Salt- Lake City
Florida -
Calif. 19 13 22 33 29 21 35 39 28 19 27 19 304
Others - - -
STotal 1 13 22 33 29 21 35 39 28 19 27 19 .304
San Antonio
Florida 12 1 13
.- Calif. 22 12 11 14 5 5 6 14 20 14 22 20 165
Others .- -.4 3 4 4 .-.- 15
-Total-:- 22 12 11 18 8 22 15 20 14 22 20 193
San Frainci'co --
.Florida .- -" ,-
Calif. 5 4 21 11 39 24 13 32 20 16 91 123. 399
Others .- -. "
S Total 5 .4 21 11 39 24 13... 32 20 16 91 123 399
Seattle : '
Florida .. -
Calif 51 51 53 107 72 107 152 86 110 70 62 52 973
..Other .. .- -. .... ... -.
:: Ttal 51 51 53 107 72 107 152 86.1O. .70-. 62 52 973
-Shrevepopr "
SFlorida .- .1 2 3
Calif 8 4 4 10 3 1 5 6 7 8 7 8 71
Other ... 2 -- 1 4 -. ." 1.. "- 4
'-T:. otarl-- .. 4 7 12 3 2 5 .. 7 7 .8 7 -8 -78
Siiux city"" .
Florida 2 3 2 1 8
Calif. 12 5 17 21 24 18 26 26 28 17 10 16 220
Others 1 5 6
Total 12 7 20 22 24 25 27 26 28 17 10 l6 234
Spokane
Florida -
Calif. 5 2 5 12 17 15 15 21 24 16 17 11 160
Others -
Total 5 2 5 12 17 15 15 21 24 16 17 11 160
Sprirnfiold, Mass.
Florida 2 23 26 19 27 24 19 21 7 168
Calif. 25 19 20 15 27 26 39 32 33 27 31 28 322
Others - - -
Total 25 21 43 41 6 51 54 34 31 28 90
Syracuse
Florida 19 22 25 21 28 17 5 3 140
Calif. 45 28 27 25 30 40 34 33 39 37 35 37 410
others -
Total 45 28 46 47 55 61 62 50 40 35 37 550








NLOADS or OAOAES in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1934 TIIRU AUUST 1935
BY MOTHS AND BY- STATES O ORIGIN COUNTT 'D)
1 9-3x4 GARIOTS 1935 5
State jSEPT.OCjT. NOV. JAIO N. ~3 MAIR. APR. MA IJTNEJULY AI.UG, TOTAL
Tarnpa. '
2 dria dL -
Calif. .... 1 1
Others- -
Total l 1 1
Terre Hauto
Florida 4 .4 1 1 2 11
Calif. 2 4 4 3 3 2 4 3 2 4 1 2 34
Others -
Total 2 4 4 7 7 6 3 2 4 1 2 45
Tol-edo
orida 5 12 3 4 3 4 6 2 39
Calif. 22 20 '23 29 36 43 61 50 37 35 27 27 410
Others 2 2 -4
Total 22. 25 37 '34 40 46 6 56 39 27 27 453
Washington
Florida 5 21 33 21 '24 152 37 .15 6 214
Calif. 64 49 21 14 25 35 38 41 43 35 56: 35 456
Others -
Total 64 54 42 .4 46 59 90 78 58 41 6 3 670
Worcester
Florida ~ 2 "- 3
Calif. 2 2 2 2 2 7 4 5 3 1 1 32
Others -
Total 2 1 2 2 3 2 9 4 5 3 1 1 35
.Youngstown
Florida 1 11 5 3 8. 12 40
Calif. 10 10 S 18 14 17 23 19 24 19 15 17 194
Others -
Tdtal 10 11 19 23 17 25 35 19 24 19 15 17 23






.15, .
tNLOADS OF G AMPEFUIT in 66 CITIE;-Re --EPTEMBER 19534 THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTES AED B Sy PTES OF ORIGIN
__ 193)4 *__ qARLOTS" 1935'_
State SEPT. OCT. I7. C0,1 JAN. FE. M AY J1E JULY AUG.I TOTAL
Akron .. "
Florida 1 2 2 2 4 4 : '
Calif. ..
Texas -: 1
Others -- .
Total .- 1 2 2 4 4:-4 3 20.
Albany ..., :.-- '
Florida 1 2 2 5
Calif. 2 5
Texas -- -
Others ,-
Total .. 1 2 2 3 2.. 10
Atlanta .
Florida 5 3 5 3 3 1 20
Calif. - - -
Texas - - - - - -
Others 1 -- .-.. 1
Total L. -- 5 3 5 3 3 1 21
Baltimore ..
norida 7 34 39 44 43 49 67 57 65 29 8 4- -2
Calif. -. 1 -
Texas -
Others 3 1 - ** 4
Total 10 35 .-39- 45 "43 49 -67 57 65 29 9 --.... 48
Birmingham ---'-- '
Florida 1 3 1 .. 2 4 3 .. 3 3 2 1 26
Calif. -
Texas 1 1
Others - -
Total -1 3 1-'- 2.3 3 3 2 1 27
Boston .
Florida 6 127 118 133 .125 74 115 164 '105 70 8 1045
Calif. 3 7 - - - - 7 1 -24 -10 45
Texas 1 1 5 2 -- .. 9
Others 22 4 - .2 2
Total 31 131 -119- 134 3r- 76 --':5" 164 112 71 -34 .-14 1131
Bridgeport ........
Florida 1 4 o0 5 7 5 3 4 5 52
Calif. -
Texas - *. -
Others -
Total 1 4 10 5 7 g'5-.8. 4 5 52:
Buffalo .
Florida 4 40 35 32 45 37 32 64 23 1 .- 313
Calif. .21 -- 1 *2
Texas 2 7 10 8 34 .
Others 2 -. 2
Total 6 40 37 3-9 52 47"'- P'4 23 2 .- 1 351





16

UNLOADS OF GBRAEFRUIT in 66 CITIES IROM SEPTEMBER 1934.'THRU AUGUST.1935.
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF OIGI (;(CONT'D)
1 934 CARLOTS ...-.. 1 9 3 5
State SEPT OCT. NO DEC. IJAN;I EB. MAR. IB-IM A JUNEIJULY AUi. TOTAL
Chicago
Florida 41 132 167 72 78 30 79 225 211 96 15 iI46
Calif. 1 2 3 21 10 4
Texas 42 73 99 173" 211 193 35" 826
Others 14 3 - 2 19 .
*Total 62 174 241 171 253. 241- 272. 263 211' 99 36 12 2035
Cincinnati-,
Florida 15 74 62 47 47 40 69 65 72 35 5 531
Calif. 3 4
Texas 6 10 19 4 1 50
Others 8 1 9
Total 23. 74 62 3 57 -59 3 66 72 35 8 2
Cleveland .. ... .
Florida 16 54 78 58 59 45 83 80 59 28 2 2
Calif. 1 2 2 ..5
Texas 3 8 8 34 24 26' 5 10
Others 5" 5
1T.otal 22.-...T57. 86 66 93 "69. 109 85 59 28 4 2 680
Colutiaus .
Florida 2 23 26 15 26 13 .16 21 8 7 157
Calif. -
Texas 1 1 1 2 3 1 9
Others -
Total 2. .23 .27. 16 27' .1 -l.-19 22 8 --':-: 166
Dallas . : .. *-
Florida 1 1 4 12 10 3. 1 3
Caiif. 1 1
-Texas 3 9 9 1 17" 3"-- 58
Others -
Total 2 4 .3. 9 ..9 '1. ---.-21 5 10-,- .3 1 _91
I a t on ... ......... ... *.-.. ;:- .. ..... ......... .
Dayton..
Florida 2 2 2 .- 2 .- 8
Calif. -
Texas 1 1 2 4
Others -
Total -.. -. 2- 1 12
Denver ... ...... .' .... ....... .. .
Florida 2 15 6 1 5 24 19. .12 3 87
Calif. 1 1 1 1 2 11 6 28
Texas 5 24 2'4 33 37 25 12 160
Others 1 1 1 3
Total 7 21 32 24 34. 3 80 3-9 -20 :14 14 6 278
Des Moines -- ......... --
Florida 2 7 4 1 2 2 3 13 6 3 43.
Calif. 3 3 1 7
Texas 15 11 15 17 .- .
Others -- 2 2-
Total ..2 7 19.. 12 17 19 12 -15 6 6 3 1 119"






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UNLOADS OF GRAPEERTUIT in 66- bTIES FROM SETEMBER 19 4. THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MOMiS AND BY. STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'n)
1 934 CARLOS ..... 1 93 5
State ISEPT.OCT.l NOV. I DEC JAN; I MAR; IAPR. A. JU- IJJU ILYIAUG:. TOTAL
Detroit
Florida- 18 74 85 60 59 62 92 74 72 35 631
Calif. 2 2 7 3 14
Texas 2 12 25 51 47 44 9 190
Others 5 - 5
Total 25 76 97 85 110 109 136 83 72 37 7 3 840
Duluth
Florida 1 3 2 6 6 4 22
Calif. -
Texas 4 8 6 10 3 31
Others 1 1
..Total 1 1 6 9 6 1 6 4 54
El Paso
Florida, -- -
Calif. 1 1 2 3 3 10
Texas 1 7 3 4 1 I
Others 1 -. 1
Total 1 1. 8 3 4 2 .2 .3 3 -.27.
Evansville
Florida. 1 2 1 2 3 1 0
Calif. 1 -i
Texas 1 1 2 -
Others -. .. -
Total 1 2 ......1 3 1 2 3 .1 115.
Fort Worth
Florida 4 3 1
Calif. -
Texas 3 3 1 6 5 11 6 35
Others -. .. ..- .- -
Total- 3 3 1 -. .... 5 11.. 10 4 3 46
Grand Rapids
Florida 5 12 13 8 9 3 1 15 : 3 89
Calif. 1 2 1 4
Texas 3 1' 19 7 1 -" 52
Others -
Total 5 12 16 15: 2 .22 20 16 S 4 2 1 145
Hartford
Florida 1 14 16 20 30 19 23 23 11 7 164
Calif. -- -- 1 1 2
Texas -
Others 2 -- ... .- ....- ... 2
Total 3 14 16 20 30 ..19. 23.- 23 11 8 1 168
Houston
Florida 1 2 -
Calif. 1 3
Texas 2 6 3 12 5 2 30
Others -
Total 2 6. 12 5 ..2 I. 3 3 37






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UNLOADS OF.GRA.PFRUIT .in.66.0 ITES EQOM SEPTEMBER 1934'THRU AUGUST 1935
;-BY MONTHS 'ANDBIA: P BS.f-. R-I GIN (CONT'D)
1 9 ,3 4 --. cLO 1 .9 3 5
State SEPT-OCT-. NOV. IDEO. JAN. IIEB. MR. AYPR.MAA JUNELl JULYA I. TOTAL
Indianapolis .
Florida 4 15 10 3 9 8 7 21 12 10 99
Calif. -
Texas 12 12 19 18 24 7 93
Others 1 1 2
Total 4 1 -22 15- 29 a 6- "31 '29- 12 1 194
Jacksonville ...
Florida 1 4 -
Calif. - -- - -
Texas -
Others
To-tal 1 4 - -.. 5
Kansas-. City
Florida 13 30 13 2 3 12 58 26 14 3 174
Calif. 1 4 10
Texas 1 36 36 55 59 35 2 224
Others 3 3
Total 16- 31 49 38 *55- 62 47 60 26 15 8 4 411
.Lexington........
Florida 3 2 2 3 .3 3 2 1 19
Calif. -
Texas
Other -
Total --- -- 2- 3 3 2 1 19
Los Angeles-': - *."- -*.. *.... .........
Florida -
Calif. .- 2 1 3
Texas -
Others 8 7 "- 3 1 '11 21 1 2 62
STo tal~ - 3 ... -1 25
Louisville .
Florida 5 15 0 11 15 16 0 19 ..11 6 118
Calif '- i 1
,.exas 1 -
"Other -
Total 5 15 10 12 15- 6 :'.-la -191-- -1 6 1 120
Memphis -. .
Florida 2 9 8 5 5 .5 8 14 14 ,12 1 -
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas. 2 2 4 5 4 1 18
SOthers 3 -- 3
., Total 6 9 10 7 .9 10 12 l- 12 2 2 108
Milwaukee ...
Florida 1 28 16 3 1 10 35 22 9 1 126
Calif. 2 1 3
Texas 1 17 36 40 38 38 3 173
Others 1 1
Total 3 29 33 -39 41--l 38 48 38 23 9 2 303






1 ..

UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66 CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1934. TEU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGINX:,(CONT'D.)
193 4 CARLOTS 1 9 3 5
State SEPT OCT. NOV. IDEC. JAN.JEB. MA. APR. MAY IJUNE JULY AIU. TOTAL
Minneapolis
Florida 5 30 11 2 5 2 38 38 23 9 3 166
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas 1 28 48 51. 49 18 2 197
Others, 2 -- 2
Total 7 31 39 50 5-51 56 40 23 9 4 1 367
Nashville
Florida 2 6 12 8 5 7 9 1 8 5 78
Calif. -
Texas -
Others .. -.. 1 -.
Totalt .-2. -6 12 8 5 7 9 15 8 5 2 79
Newark
Florida .. 1 13 11 4 16 34 79
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 13 11 79
Ne~' Haven '
Florida 3 11 5 10 12 14 13 5 3 7
Calif. -
Texas --
Others -
STotal -- :--11 5 10 12 14 13 5 3 -----.. :,76
New Orleans.
Florida 2 7 15 7 15 15 22 26 33 16 5 163
Calif. 1 1
Texas -
Others 7 3 10
Toal 9 7 15 7 15- 15 22 26 -33 -16 .- 5, 4 174
New York City
norida 39 569 674 680 755 645 696 779 650 465 113 4 6069
Calif. 4 1 1 2 17 19 44
Texas 1 8 5 9 3 2 28
Others 252 106 9 5 3. 2 4 47 23 52 112 82 697
'otal~;1 -295 677 692 690 767 -650 702 826 673 519- 242 105 6838
Norfolk ..
Florida 1 5 7 4 8 8 8 3 44
Caiif. -
Texas -
Others 2 2
S-Total 3 5 7 4 8 8 8 3 -. 46
Oklahoma Cit...
Florida 3 6 1 1 1 11. 12 4 3 42
Calif. 1 1 3 5
Toxas 1 3 5 3 5 1 21
otherss -- -
--ot-a: 3 7 4 3 6 ---3 6 1;- 11 4 3 68


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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT Sin 66' cIES FROM SEPTMBER 193S4 THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN-(CONT.'I)
1 9 3 .CARLOTS 1 9 5
State ISEPTJ OCT. I OV. -DEC. I JAN. IFEB. IMAR. IAPR. IMAY IJU JULYI AUG. TOTAL


Omaha
Florida 1 9 4 1 2 5 19 16 5 62
Calif. 7 3 2 4 16
Texas 2 15 18 18 14 17 4 88
Others .,. ..- -. -
Total 8. 11 19 18 1.9 16 22 23 16 8 2 4 166
Peoria
Florida 1 5 6 2 2 2 7 9 37
Calif. -
Texas ;- "- 3 3 7 5 1 19
Others -....- -
Total 1- ... 5 9 5 9 7 8 9 ..... .- 56
Philadelphia
Florida 12 155 147 218 142 192 162 203 165 83 30 1509
Calif. 5 8
Texas 2 2
Others 5 2 2 '3 12
Total 22 157 17 218-- 142 194 162 205 168 83 30 3 1531.
Pittsburgh
Florida 4 63 58 61 72 49 66 66 64 26 4 533
Calif. 3 1' 4
Texas 1 '4 3 '3 5 1 1 18
'Others.. -II .. -. .. 11
Total.. r5- 64 62- 64 75 54 67 67 .64 26-'7 -1 566
Portland, Me.
Florid& 1 1 6 7 9 2 1 2 1 2 32
Calif. -- -
Texas I "8 5 "- 1 i4
Others .... .. .....-..
STotal 1 1 6- 7 10- 10 6 2. A31 .2- 46
Portland, Ore.
Florida 8 3 6 7 4 3 5 1 37
Calif. 9 5 2 3 3 5 6 9 16 16 7 85
Texas 1 - - 1
Others 9 1 -13. 22 21 26 --24 26 12 2 172
Total 9 22 2 .22 32 -- 28 .34 -35 -36 28 18 7 295
Providence
Florida 14 20 17 24 15 i4 19 8 -8 1 14o
Calif .. ..
Texas ..
Others .. .- .. .. 'I .. .
Total 14 20 17- 24 .15 -14 19 -8 1 14o0
Richmond
iForida 6 13 12 8 9 7 9 11 4 79
Calif. - .
Texas - - -
'Others .
Total 6 13 12 .'- 9 7 9 11 4 79






21 -
- M-tLOADS OF- O AR IT1T- i66 CITIES 0M SP~TEMBER 1934 THRU AUGUST 1935
SBY MOM1SH TD'BY STATESS OF ORIGIN (COT'Dn)
1 3 4 OCA.RLOTS 1 9
ea+A Ia Siw nCT -linv 1-miv-JAN II IMA. JIAPR. MAY IJNTElJULYlATJG.I TOTAL


Rochester
Florida 3 21 15 15 13 16 17 24 7 3 134
Calif. .1 3 4
Texas 2 .1 .2 .3 -- -
Othes -
Total 3 21 15 17 1 18 20 24 7 4 3 146
St. Louis
Florida 4 22 36 9 11 3 9 20 59 21 2 196
Calif. 2 1 5 3 11
Texas 23 30 37 91 68 80 71 400
Others 10 2 12
Total 16 45 66 46 102 71 89 93 59. 22 7 3 619
St. Paul
Florida 2 7 2 1 .1 13 17 8 2 53
Calif. -
Texas 2 12 12 1 3 26 16 .- - 81
Others .- -
Total 2 9 14 13 14-26 9 2 17 8 2 134
Salt.. Lake City
Florida 2 .7 1 3 2 .1 3 2 1 -. -. 22
Calif.. 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 3 6 3 23
Texas 1 1 2
0t ers 2 1 2 5 7 4 8 33
'Total 2 10 4- 7 9 9 9 10 3 6 3 80
San Antonio -
Florida a 2 3 1 6
Calif. -
Texas 1 1 2 7
Others -" -= - .* --
Total 1 1 2 5 3 1 13
San Francisco ..
Florida -
Calif. 8 5 10 16 10 20 13 18 19 15 18 22 174
Texas -
Others 15 12 "1 7 9 12 21 i4 5 1 111
Total 8 20 22 31 17 29 25 39 33 20 19 22 285
Seattle '.
Florida 1 10 4 3 4 5 5 38
Calif. 9 10 3 5 6 8 12 8 14 31 15 13 134
Texas 2 1 -- 3
Others 9 16 18 17 23 18 25 8 14
Total 10 29 23 22- 28 32 39 31 42 39 15 13 323
Shreveport_.
Florida -. 1 1
Calif. -
Texas 1 1 2 2 7
0 others -
Total 1 1 2 1 2 1 8






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UNLOADS OF GRSAJERUI ':in6 CITIES. EROM SEPTMBER 1934.TIRIU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS'-AnD3BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D) '
S9 3 OARLOTS 1'9 3.5
State [SEPT OCT. NOV. lEC..-AI |B. IMR. APR. MAY I JTM JULY AUG. I TOTAL
Sioux City
Florida 8 3 1 1 1 10 45 3 - 36
Calif. 1 1 2 2 1 7
Texas 6 0 9 18.5 1 --- 49
Others -
Total 1 9 9 11 10 19 10 11 4 5 2 1 92
Spokane
Florida 3 1 2 2 1 2 1 .- 12
Calif. 2 1 3 4 3 3 1 3 1 23
Texas I 1
Others 2- 1 - - 1 - - 2
Total 4 3 3 5 4 6 5 3 1 3 1 38
Springfield, Mass.
Florida 7 14 13 12 11 19 17 9 7 109
Calif. -- -
Texas -
Others -
Total 7 14 13 12 11 19 17 9 7 109:
Syracuse
Florida 10 7 11 8 10 9 19 3 1 1 79
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas 1 1 -
Others .. -
Total 10 ...7,. ll 9 10 11 19 3 1 2 .
lTampa "
Florida - .-- -- -
Calif. .. -
Texas -
Others -- ---- ... ..
Total -
Terre Haute
Florida 1 3 1 1. 7
Calif. -
Texas 1 2
Other -
Total 1 3 .-..2-' 1 1 1 9
Toledo
Florida 2 4 14 7 5. 13 14 4 3 1 85
Calif. 1
Texas "- 6 8
Others 5 3 6 5 1 20
Total 2 8 14 14 18 9 20 19 5 3 2 114.
Washington
Florida 5 10- 11 18 21 21 24 24 21.. 11 166
Calif. 1 - 1 2 4
Texas -..1 5 4 3 -.. 13
Others -. -
Total 6 10 12 23 25 24 2 24 21 11 1 2 183






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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 6. CITIES FROM SEPTEMBER 1934 THRU AUGUST 1935
BY MONTHS-.'AI BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
193 4 CARLOTS 1935 ---.
State SEPT.1 OCT. NOV. DEC. JA. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUE IJUTLY AUG. TOTAL
Worcester
Florida - 1 1 i -
Calif. .
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 1 3
Youngstown
Florida 7 7 4 8 2 8 2 43
Calif. -
Texas .. 3 2 5
Others -
Total 7 4 11 4: 5 8 2 48






UNLOADS OF FLORIDA TANGERINES in 66 CITIES
FROM OCTOBER 1934 THRU APRIL 1935
1 9 34 CARLOTS .1 9 35
City- OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. EB. IMA. A. APR.- TOTAL
Akron .
Albany -
Atlanta ''
Baltimore 15 34 30 16 5 1i00
Birmingham .. 1 .. 1
Boston 18 54 27 15 8 122
Bridgeport 2 3 5
Buffalo 6 12. 7 1 26
Chicago 22 40. 55 17 6 140
Cincinnati 20 31 28' 12 4 95
Cleveland 22 36-. 22 8" 4 92
Columbus 4 5- 9
Dallas
Dayton -. -
Denver 2 3
Des Moines 1 1 2
Detroit 16 40 31 1I3 1 101
Duluth .- '
El Paso .. -
Evansville -2 2 4
Fort Worth -
Grand Rapids -2 4 6
Hartford -3 15 3 22
Houston -
Indianapolis 2 10 1 13
Jacksonville -







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TJOAJD&S OF rLOBIbk.NGERI1'MS in 66; CI;XS


1
City


OC
o00


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


~~ OCTOBER 1934. HRU APRIL
-4 CARIOTS
D, NOV. I JAN.
- 5 8 6
- -i 1


- 1 3 -


- 5
1.
- 1
- 35
1


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- 1
1 82
1 16
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- -


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7


5
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1
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336


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110
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25 -

UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28..RINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBR 1934
THRU AUGUST 1935 BY MQOA g. ATD BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1 t 1934 .-;OARIOTS 1 935 T
State SEPT. OCT. INOV. IDEC. JAN. EB. MAR. AER. MAY JUNEIJULYIAUG.| TOTAL
Atlanta
Florida 6 8 3 2 2 1 22
Calif. 2 1 1 4 1 6 15
Texas -
Others -- -
STotal 6 8 5 33 1 3 6 37
Baltimore
Florida 9 30 17 16 12 17 8 3 1 113
Calif. 1 6
Texas "
Others -
-Total .- --9 30 18 17 12 17 8 3 5 119
Boston
Florida 17 23 8 24 25 16 11 124
Calif. 3 2 1 1 25 9 41
Texas -
Others -
Total .3 19 23 25 17 12 25- 9 165
Chicago... .
Florida 4 49 61 36 38 30 31 10 5 1 265
Calif. 4- 1 1" 1 2 2 2 2 6 7 41 36 105
Texas 1 2 2 .- 5
Others 1 -
-Total 4" ...5: 50.-. 63.--: 40 42.'---32-'--34 16 12 42 36 :7
Cincinna ti
Florida 6 30 353 39 22 21 14 11 213
Calif. 1 2 1 7 8 20
Texas - 1 -.-.. 1
Others- - -.
Total .- 6.. -. 30 36 35 42 22 21 15 12 7 8 234
Cleveland
Florida 3 1 1 7 3 5 2 22
Calif. 3 2 6 3 14
Texas 2 2
Other 1 1
Total 3. 2 .2 1 7 6 7 8 3 39


Dallas
Florida 1 1 -
Calif. - 1 2 ,- 1
Texas 1 1 2 ... -
Others -
Total - 1 3 3 71 1
Denver. -
Florida 1 -
Calif. 4 3 1 2 1 2 6 9
Texas -
Others - -
Total 4- 3 --- 2 1 2 6 9


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- 26 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in ':8;EINQIPAL' MARKETS F SEPTEMBER 1934
THRU AUGUST 1935. BY MONTHS AND! BY STATES OF ORIGI .CONT D)
1 2 3 4 CARLOTS 1 9. 5
state ET'CTT NOV. IDEC.IJAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY DJUNE JULY AUG. TOTAL
Detroit
Florida 24 41 31. 27. 15 17 15 3 173
Calif. 5 1 5 2 1 1 16 13 44
Texas -. 1 1 1 -3 3
Others. 1 1
Total 5 1 24 42 32 33 18 18 15 4 16 13 221
Fort Worth
Florida -
Calif 1 --- 4-1 6
Texas 1 3 5 9
Others -
Total 1 1 3 5 4 15
Indianapolis
Florida *
Calif. *. *. *.- *
Texas *.. *. *
Others .*.- *. *
Total *
Kansas City
Florida 2 1 1 2 1 7
Calif. 1 1 2 5 5 14
Texas - 3 1 -- 2 6
Others ... -. -
Toial -. 5 3 1 .5 7. .1. :.- 5 27
Los Angeles
Florida .- -
Calif. -
Texas.-- -
Others -- -- ". .-. -
Total -. -. .-
Milwaukee
Florida 5 4 4 5 2 20
Calif. 1 2 2 1 3 2 10 21
Texas -
Other; -' --
Total 5 1 2 4 6 6. 2 3 2 10 41
Minneapolis
Florida ..- 1 5 1 2 1 10
Calif. 1 1 2
Texas -.. 1 1 2
Others -
Total 1 5 1 2 1 2 1. -..- .' 1 14
Newark
Florida - -
Calif. .- .. -
T exas -- - - -
Others .- *- .. - -
Total --- -
Nota.v.. ...
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- 27 -


UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 PRINCIPAL MARKETS FROM SEPTEMBER 1934
THRU AUGUST 195 BY MONTES AM BY STATES OF ORIGIN (.CONT'D)
1'9 3 4". CARLOTS 1' 9 3 5


State ISEPT.lOCT. INOVy. DC. D JAt.llB. IMAR. APR. Y JUNEJULYI AUG. TOTAL
New Orleans ': ,
Florida -
Calif. 3 L -4 .10
Texas -
Others 6 15 28 17 9 4 79
Total 9 15 29 17 10 1 89
New York City
Florida 11 30 79 27 11 21 7 6 192
Calif. 18 6 1 1 1 2 4 73 37 143
Texas -
Others -
Total 18 6 11 30 80 28 12 23 7 10 73 37 335
Omaha
Florida 1 4 1 1 7
Calif. 2 1 2 2 8 2 19
Texas 1 2 3 4 1 11
Others -
Total -. 4 2 8 .7 4 2 8 2 37
Philadelphia
Florida 3 11 34 23 9 7 21 6 3 1 118
Calif.- 4 1 1 :1 1 2 2 .3 25 9 49
Texas -
Others --
-Total. 4 -4 12 34 23 10 .8 23 ..8 6 26 9 167
Pittsblurgh
Florida 9 45 48 43 49 38 7 6 300
Calif. 3 2 3 2 3 7 6 26
Texas -


Others -
Total 3 9 45 48 55 43 51 41 9 9 7 6 326
Portland, Ore.
Florida 1 1
Calif. 5 3 3 4 1 3 2 3 3 8 35
Texas -
Others 1 1
Total 5 3 3 6 1 3 2 3 3 8 37


St. Louis
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total
St. Paul
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others
Total


- 1
2 2


2 3


6 17 1 '12 7 8 2 -
1 2 3 5 7 11
2 3 4 6 -
-9 22 2 1 2 -
9 22 20 18 14 15 2 11


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5 38
- 15
2
5 121


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T u -. * ., *
UNLOADS *OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in' 8 PRINCIPAL MAbKETS FROM SEPTEMBER 1934
THRU AUGUST '1935 BY MON1TS:-AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D)
.. 19 34 'CAPLOTS 1.9.3 5
State ISEPT.IOT. IMV.I EC:. IJAI. IB. I AR, l M. MAY IJMMJTJLY AUG.' TOTAL
Salt Lake City
Florida -
Calif. 1 2 7 2 7 3 ,5 -3 1 32
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 1 2 7 2 7 3 5 1 32
San Francisco
Florida .- -
Calif. -- -. 2 2 1 2 30 35 72
Texas - -
" Others -
Total; 2 1 2 30 35 72
'Seattle
Floria. 1
SCalif.". .I 1. -6 -3 2 4 .- 1 1 23
Texas - -
Others 1 1 2 *1 1 - .. 6
Total 1 2 7 6 2 5 1 ... :-. .. 1 1 30
Washington
Florida 1 9 6 .1 3 1 1 22
Calif. .- 1 1 2
Texas -. -
Others -
Total 1 10 6 1 4 1 1 2


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29 -

UNILOADS OF ORiNGES in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1935 THRU APRIL 1936, BY MOUTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN


1935 CALOTS 1 9 3 6
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. IEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. I APR.
Atlanta
Florida 10 43 57 63 47 33
Calif. 23 19 3 1 -
Others - ,
-.Total 23 19 13 43 58 63 47 .33
Baltimore
Florida 11 66 121 82 111 140 135
Calif. 108 105 34 31 19 13 27 23
Others -
Total 108 116 100 152 102 124 167 158
Boston
Florida 21 212 426 504 362 480 362
Calif. 409 318 287 180 175 117 218 208
Others 2 1 -
Total 409 339 499 608 680 479 698 570
Chicago
Florida 21 130 174 177 203 240 213
Calif. 349 424 321 350 .302 228 361 341
Others 1 28 39 38 14
Total 349 445 452 552 518 469 615 554,
Cincinnati
Florida 7 64 96 95 110 131 100
Calif. 103 .101 77 67 40 29 52 57
SOthers I -
-Total 1- 03 108 141 163 I36 139 183 .. 157
Cleveland
Florida 2 57 70 .93 88 133 83
Calif. 110 122 111 130 86 91 118 119
Others --. 1
Total 110 ""12'4 168 200 180 180 251 203
Dallas
Florida 1 5
Calif. 38 46 28 38 16 18 34 47
Others 14 9 12 1 -
Total 38 46-. 28 52 25 30 36 52
Denver
Florida 2 1 -
Calif. 35 51 42 52 '50 45 57 64
Others 3. -
Total 35 51 8 257 .4
Detroit
Florida 5 65 50 .66 70 111 71
Calif. 141 179 .:149 224 .142 134 207 212
Others -. 6 8 1 -
Total 141 14 21. 280 216 222 318 283
Fort Worth
Florida .- .- 1 1
Calif. 11 10 7 17 7 6 8 14
Others I -4 3 4 2 1
Total 11 10 8 21 10 10 11 16






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, pmpbs tar:0BANGES .in 28 .0ITIES
F20M 9988.- 1935 HURJ;A390~1936, BY MONERS & SY 'STAT


ES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


-.- t - 1 9- 3 5 CRLOTS 1 9 3 6
Ste SEPT. OCT. NOV. D1 C JAN. I FB. I MAR. APR.
- Indianapolis
Florida 13 22 33 24 *
Calif. 44 31 27 35 20 13 *
"- Oters -., 2 1 *
STotal 4 31 4 59' 4 37 *
Kansas City
Florida 1 5 2 7 3 33 12
Calif. 35 48 50 75 46 4 67 71
Others *- 6 5 9 2 -
Total 35 49 55 83 58 56 102 83
Los.Angeles
Florida -
Calif. 1 1 3
Others -
Total 1 1 3
Milwaukee
Florida 15 19 14 13 *
Calif. 43 55 47 62 67 53 '. *
Others 1 2 11 *
Total 43 55 62 82 83. 77.. *
Minneapolis
Florida 3 5 4 2.. 5
Calif. 43 68 56 75. 65 72 s7 83
Others. ...... ._ 1 -
Total .... : 43 6 68 59;. 7-0 .69. 75..: 91 88
Newark
Florida 5 31 26 39-. *
Calif. 15 9 1 4 2 2 *
Others .- *
Total 15 9 6 -3- 28 1 *
New Orleans
Florida 17 52 79 50 67 98 75
Calif. 39 31 6 1 ':4 9
Others .- 2 10 -
Total 3 ',48 60 '89 .50 68 102 84
New York City
"Florida 164 745 1115 1329 1316 1524 127
Calif. 1077 1093 668 434 260 234 507 429
Others ...- 4 3 '3 -
Total 1077 1261 1416 .152 1589 1550 2031 1703
Omaha ..
Florida 9 4 1 *
Calif. 24 31 23 37 28 25 *
Others 5 10 *
Total '.: 24 "31 23 -50 37 36 .: *
Philadelphia
Florida 40 296 405 413 464 : 532 44o
Calif. 354 323 174 92 42 41 136 131
Others -
Total 470 497 455 505:.- 668
Not available at time of Summary release.









FROM SEPT.


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UNLOADS OF'DQNGES in 28"C.II~ES
1976 TEfRU APR. iq19. BY MONTHS &.BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


CARLOTS


.-State SEPT. OGT. NOV. I EC. I JAN. EB. I MAR. I AR.
Pittsburgh
:Florida 59 90 '83 100 113 100
Califr 1i4o 148 126 I44 78 98 i47 176
..Others 1 2 1
Total 14 148 15 234 162 200 261 276
Portland, Ore.
Florida -- -
Calif. 35 43 47 75 62 39 73 67
Others -
Total 35 '43 47 75 62 39 73 67
St. Louis
. Florida 4 -24 43 32 21 55 41
. Calif... 100 106... .9.0.. 189 67 85- 128 124
Others -. 1. 16 10 11 6 -
Total 100 110 115 248 109 117 189 165
St. Paul
SFlorida 1 "1 5 1
Calif. 23 23 33 32 40 31 44 48
Others - -
Total 23 23 34 33 45 31 -44 49
Salt Lake City ...
Florida -
Calif. 12 23 16 33 23 30 27 .37
Others -
Total 12 23' 16 33 23 30 27 37
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 108 .126: 126 116 108 -129 133 136.
Others -
Total 108 16 126 11 108 129 133. 136
Seattle
Florida. -
Calif. 47 32 59 53 69 60 104 63
Others .... -
Total 47 32 59. .51 69 60 104 63
WashiiEgton, D. C.
Florida 8 17 20 16 *
Calif. 56 52 15 12 8 7 *
Others *
Total 56 52 23 29 28 23 *


* Not available at time of Sunary release.


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UNLOADS'. OFT PEERUI T
nGOM SEPT. 1935 THRU APR-" 1936, BY
1 9 5. '-:ARIO TS
te I SEPT. IOCT. 4:~-COV.


Atlanta
Florida
Calif.
Texas
Arizona


MONTHS


&'BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1936
JAN I EB. I LMA. I APR.


Others 1 -
Total 1 2 6 18 16 1
Baltimore
Florida .10.. -27 37 '43 35 '46 58 60
Calif. -
Texas 1 2
Arizona -
Others -
T. total .- 27 37 4 '38 48 58 60
Boston..
norida 11 87 124 109 105 174 135 .339
Calif. 7 2 1 2
Texas 1 7 2 1
Arizona .. '- 1 2 2 -
Others 12 6 -
Total 30 93 128 119 107 177 137 139
Chicago -
Florida 24 107 53 14 J6 32 153 170
Calif. 15 ---- -1 2 4. 8 8 6
Texas -. 62 -1- 5 195 .117 150 61 4
Arizona 1 10 13 31 25 18
-Others- 14 -
Total 53 169 240 221 23b 221 247 198
Cincinnati .
Florida 11 42 38 25 43 49 56 58
Calif. -
-Texas 6 18 25 20 9 -
Arizona 4 5 .
-Others . .5 -
Total 16-. .4 ....6 6 63 62 61 58
Cleveland
Florida 11 40 46 31 39 54 69 54
Calif. 4 1 2 2 2
Texas 10 21 8 20 20 7, -
Arizona 1 2 1 8 12 10
Others 1 -
Total 16 50 68 72 60 84 90 66
Dallas
Florida 1 2 9
Calif. -
Texas 6 10 16 10 17 7 -
Arizona 1 1 1
Others -
Total 6 10 17 10 18 10 10


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S.UNLOADS OF..GRAPEFRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1935 TU-APR. .1936 BY MONTH BY OTHS BY STATES OF OIGIN(CONT'n)
1 9 3 5 CAROTS 1 9 3 6
State SEPT. OCT. I NOV. IDEC. 'JAN. I EB; MAR. APR.
Denver
Florida 5 1 6 5
Calif. 6 3 4 1 2 5 4 1
Texas 17 19 14 32 20 14 -
Arizona 9 7 11 5 4 6
Others -- -
.Total .6 "25 32 22 45 31 28 25
Detroit
Florida 12 58 54 29 39 48 78 75
Calif. 5 1 2 2 1 5 4
Texas 15 4s 61 49 47 17 -
Arizona 3 1 7 10 8
Others 3 1 .
Total 20. 74 103 95 91 103 110 87
Fort Worth.
Florida 1 3
Calif. .- -
STexas 5 5 9 5 8 3 -
Arizona -
Others -
...Total 1 5 5 9 5 8 3 3
.Idianpolis .
Florida 3 2 1 2 5 *
Calif. 1 *
Texas 21 13 15 13 *
Arizona 2 9 9 *
SOthers 1 *
Total.. .. 1 11 '24 16 26 27 *
Kansas City -
Florida 3 15 1 2 25 36
Calif. 6 3 .5 2
Texas 19 47 38 ..60 39 17 -
Arizona .2 9 11 6
Others -
Total 9 34- 48' .38 62 53 58 44
Los Angeles
Florida -
Calif. 3 15 5 1 18
STexas .- -
Arizona 11 10 11
Others -
Total. -- 3 26 15 1 29
Milwaukee
Florida 6 .2 5 5 *
Calif. '1 1 *
Texas 12 39 35 37 27 *
SArizona : 2 3 *
Others *
Total. .1 18 39 37 44 36 *
-I % Ie_. . ;


Not available at t f


Summary release.






-34-

OF &GEPTFRUIT in. 28 01,IES,.. -___..


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N






N






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1


* Not available at time of Sumnary release.


.. ....s


FROM SEPT. 1935 THRU.A R..1936. BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'I
...... 1 9 3 CAOTS .. 1 3 6
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. EH1B. MAR. APR.
inneapolis .
Florida 2 18 1 2 5 10 23 24
Calif. 1 1 5 5 6
Texas 11 50 35 44 22 2 -
Arizona -. 2 .2.. 10 9 9
Others .. 1..... -
Total 4 29 51 39 53 47 39 39
ewark
Florida 3 9 6 *
Calif. *
Texas 1 *
Arizona. ..
Ot e. .-. ., *
Others- 4 9 6
Total 9 6
ew Orleans
Florida* 1 18 15 12 8 14 23 17
Galif. -
Texas -
Arizona........... -
Others . -
Total 18 15 12 8 4 23 17
[ew York City ,
Florida 4 424 513 568 599 611 66 581
Calif. 10 -
Texas 4 29 7 2 2 -
.Arizona 1 -
Others .252 94 19 22 5 18 47 75
Total 346 518 536 620 611 631 709 65
)maha
Florida 1 '6 5 *
Calif. 3 1 4 *
Texas 11 15 22 15 12 *
Arizona- 2 .2 1 *
Others -
Total 4 17 17 24 16 22 *
Philadelphia
'Florida 31 113 176 114 155 181 197 177
Calif. 1 -
Texas 3 5 1 -
Arizona . -
Others 1 -. 1 -
Total 32 113 176 117 160 182 199 177
Pittsburgh
Florida 17 40 55 36 45 59. S0 90
Calif. 1 -
Texas 4 1-1 28 16 11 2 -
.Arizona. -.... -. 3
.'Others 5 -
Total 22 44. 66 64 61 72 85 90






- 35 -


:-.. UNLOADS OF GRAPEMIUIT in 28 CrTIES
FROM SEPT. 193 AR1935 1936, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 9 3 5 CARIOTS 1 9.3 6
State SEPT... OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.
Portland, Ore.
Florida 3 2 2 3 2 1 2
Calif. 6 8 7 4 3 7 11 1
Texas 2 -
Arizona 3 20 12 21 20 21 27
Others -
Total 6. 14 31 18 27 29 33 30
St. Louis
Florida 5 18 1. 2 2 12 44 43
Calif. S 1 1 4 1
Texas 27. 55. 61 33 34 15 -
Arizona 5 5 10 21 11 10
Others .2 -
Total 15 45 61 68 46 68 74 54
St. Paul
Florida 9 1 1 1 2 5. 4
Calif. 5 1 1
Texas 3 13 14 19 5 2 -
Arizona 2 4 1 5 2
Others -
Total 12 14. 17 24 13 13. 7
Salt Lake City
Florida 2 3 3 1 1 3 -
Calif. 2 2 1 1 2 -
Texas 2 -
Arizona 3 1 3 1 2
Others -
Total 2 5 5 6 5 2 6 2
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 14 37 20 20 27 26 29 41
Texas -
Arizona 5 27 18 23 12 10 15
Others -
Total 4 42 47 38 50 38 39 54

.Florida 1 6 1 6 5- 3 4
-- Calif. 14. 7 20 18 16 2 10 5
Texas 1 1 1 -
Arizona 11 10 12 19 16 25 21
Others - -
STotal 15 24 32 36 41 19 38 30


- -1.'


18

4


10

6


S.. r 8. 15 18' 22 16 *


S. Washingtoi, D. C.
..... Florida
Calif.
Texas
Arizona '
Others
Total .


* Not available at time of


Sumnuary release.








UNLOADS '01' iOBID .TAG fRIES?iht 2.. CITIES
S- 1ROM 0:OCTOBER 1935 THRU APRIL 19.36
1935 C ARIOTS 1 9 3 6
City o | NOV 1 DEC. JAI. IEB.


*1


.7



.'9


Atlanta
Baltimote
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland ....... .
Dallas. .. ...
Denver
Detroit
Fort Worth
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Los. Angeeles,
.Mlw.auke o.
Minneapolis
Newark '
Now Orleans
Now York, City
Omaha
Philadolphia .
t.ts~urgh..... -..
Portland, Ore.
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City
San Francisco
S'ea.t.lo. -...
.Washington,..D.. C.


1



-2


LOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROMM SEPT. I93-THRU APRIL 1936, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN
1935 CARLOTS 1 9 36
State SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. I JAN.. E EB. MAR. APR..
Atlanta
Florida 3 16 26 9 13 4
Calif. 2 i
*oxas- -
-Others .
Total 3 18 26 10 13 4
Baltimore


4


30 53 39

-. 1 -


33 26


7.
--- 94


Fu. -q


*Not available at time of Sumnary release.


2
58
65
85
35

52



6




2


372
1
. 126
-53

14
2


Florida
Calif.
Texas
Others .-
To-ta ~--


.-


17
26
30
15
23


21

3
5

- *
" 9
3

4
169

46
25

11
1



3


1 4
13 59

10
7 6

... 1 1, 4

1 .3
i 10

1 3
2 121 379
2 *
' .- .. ... -.- ,122
50
*...- 50
Sl 16


:' - - '-- - --


MAR. APR,

2

-
-
3 -




*




*

9 -
30 1
*
6 1





*
9 -


.
1.


*I.








UmwNOADs oMitifo diTus RUIT in 8 CITIES
FROM S2IT. 193 THRU APR. 1936, BY MONTHS &.BY .STATES OF ORIGIN(COT.'n)
1 9 5 C.ARLOTS.. 19 3 6
State I SEPT. OCT. NOV. I DEC. F JAN. I FEB. MAR. APR.
Boston
Florida 4 30 65 82 97 60 38
Calif. 2 1 -
Texas -
Others 1 -
Total 2 4 30 65 83 97 61. 38
Chicago
.Florida 4 19 62 82 40 48 62
Calif. .9 2 11 3 .3 7 13 9
Texas 19 49 37 8 -
Others 2 4 1
Total 9 6 34 86 134 84 73 72
Cincinnati
Florida 2 28 76 51 37 29 29
Calif. 1 1 1 -
Texas .- 1 4 -
SOthers -
Total 1 3 28 76 52 42 29 *29
Cleveland
Florida 3 9 34 30 19 32 26
Calif. 4 3 4 -
- Texas .- 3 4 5 -
- Others 1 -
Total 4 6 13 37 35 24 32 26
Dallas
SFlorida 1 -
Calif. 2 1 .. -
Texas 1 4 4 1 1 -
Others -
Total 3 5 4 1 1 1
Denver
Florida -
Calif. 3 2 1 2 1 2
Texas 2 1 -
Others -
Total 3 1 4 1 3 1 2
Detroit
Florida 1 10 45 53 26 21 23
Calif ... 7 1 2 3 3 1
Texas 4 20 15 -
Others -
Total 7 1 11 51 76 44 22 23
Fort Worj;h
Florida .- 1 1
Calif. I ..
Texas 6 3 2 -
Others -
Total 1 ..- .- 6 3 3 1
I .. *









:FROM SEPT.


UN9OADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUITT i 28 CITIES, *
1935 THRU APR. 1936, BY MONTHS &':.Y STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)


1935 CiLOAERITS 1 9 3 6
State A SEPT.. OCT, INOV.I DEC.-I JAN. IFEB. MAR. APR.
Indianapolis
Florida *
Calif. **
Texas *
Others *
Total* *
Kansas City
Florida 1 1 1 2
Calif. 2 1 -
Texas 1 -
Others 1 --
Total 2 1 2 1 *2. 2
Los Angeles
Florida .- -
Calif. -
Texas -
Others -
Total -
Milwaukee ..
Florida 3 5 1 *
Calif. 7 1 *
Texas 1 1 *
Others *
Total 7 1 1 3 6 5 ** *
Minneapolis
Florida 1 3 1 2 1 -
Calif. 1 1 -. 1
Texas 2 1 1 -
Others -
Total 1 1 6 5 3 1 1
.Newark." .
Florida 2 *
Calif. *
Texas .- *
Others -- *"
Total 2 *
New Orleans "- ". --
Florida -
Calif. 2 1 2 -
Texas -" 2
Others 1 13 4 ..24 8 1
Total 2 2 13 45 21 8 9 4
New York City
Florida 3 7 50 109 80 67 0
Calif. 34 1 5 1 1 2 3 12
.Texas .. -
Others -. -
Total .34 4 .12 51 110 82 70 52


Omaha
Florida
Calif -...
Texas .
Others


Total. 1


3


- -2

- 2
2 _


.1
'I
3

7


1 ---

1


T N t ai a Io2


*.

*


* Not available at


time of Sunmmary release.


- -



::






-.39 -

UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS FRUIT in 28 CITIES
FROM SEPT. 1935 THRU APR. 1936, BY MONTHS & BY STATES OF ORIGIN(CONT'D)
1 93 5 CARLOTS 1 9 3 6
State I SEPT. I OCT. NOV. I DEC. I JAN. EB. MAR. I APR.
Philadelphia
Florida S 59 80 54 43 39
Calif. 1 1 1 1
Texas -
Others -- -
Total 1 9 59 80
Pittsburgh
Florida 2 26 71 73 65 44 31
Calif. 1 1 2 1 1 1 -
Texas 9 8 1 -
Others 2 -
Total 1 2 27 73 85 74 46 31
Portland, Ore.
Florida 2 1 -
Calif. 10 6 6 6 3 10 6 3
Texas -
Others 4 1 -
Total 10 6 6 6 9 12 6 3
St. Louis
Florida 7 16 21 8 9 15
Calif. 9 1 5 1 2
Texas 1 2 27 17 18 2 -
Others 1 1 2 -
Total 9 1 10 43 44 27 14 17
St. Paul
Florida 1 2 2
Calif. 1
Texas -
Others -
Total 1 2 3
Salt Lake City
Florida -- -
Calif. 3 3 2 1 4 1 2 2
Texas -
Others -- -
Total 3 3 2 1 4 1 2 2
San Francisco
Florida -
Calif. 25 22 7 4 5 13 5 12
Texas -
Others -
Total 25 22 7 4 5 13 5 12
Seattle
Florida -
Calif. 3 1 4 1 4 6 5
.Texas -
Others .1 -
Total 3 1 5 1 4 6 5
Washington, D. C.
Florida 1 1 1 *
Calif. *
Texas *
Others- 1 *
Total 1 2 1 *
*Not available at time of Summary release. The 1935-36 figures are
subject to change. ..






40

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1935-36 SEASON


Distribution was obtained on a. larger percentage of the 1935-36
Florida citrus crop than for any other season since the Federal-State Market
News Offi-co on Citrus has boon in operation. The opening date was Sept. 30,
before many cars had boon shipped and there were comparatively few oars
shi-pped after the closing date, June 3. Rai., and boat destinations were ob-
tai-ned on 46,346 cars. Of this numbor"bi't destinations totaled 20,558 cars.

No attempt will be made to give a detailed discussion of either the
1935-36 distribution or comparison with previous seasons, but there are
some factors which are worthy of mention. The tangerine trend, for instance,
during the 1935-36 season was for a more equitable distribution. A year ago
destinations were secured on 2,734 cars while this year the total number was
2,.988 or approximately 250 cars more. With the heavier shipments this sea-
son the City of New York received only 1,125 cars compared with 1,232 a year
ago. Philadelphia showed a similar change, receiving 337 cars compared with
3.80 last year. The smaller markets and the midwestern states received pro-
portionately more tangerines than a year ago. Chicago received 222 cars this
season compared to 130 last year and the State of Ohio received 268.cars as
contrasted with 201 a year ago. Oranges showed more shipments to the south-
eastern points as compared with the 19314-35 season. This heavier movement,
undoubtoely, can be partly accounted for by the shipment of light cars (250
boxes or less) into the southern. territory. There was a greater decrease in
the numbor.of cars of grapefruit destined to many of the middlewestern
states than to other sections of the country. Factors affecting this change
would be practically the doubling of shipments from Arizona and Cali'fornia
compared to a year ago, together with the continued keen competition of-Texas
grapefruit. Mixed car.shipments increased to some'of the southern states, a
considerable number of which 1wre light cars andthe large eastern, markets
received proportionately more mixed cars due .to a.heavier rail movement this
year to those points. Notwithstanding the fact that a relatively few states
receive the greater proportion of Florida citrus, the total number of states
receiving one or more cars is.high. ..During the 1935-36 season, Florida
oranges wero .shipped to thirty six states, -the District of Columbia and
Canada. Grapefruit had even wider distribution, beihg shipped to forty one
states, while tangerines and mixed citrus accounted for thirty and thirty
six states respectively.

In comparing the distribution with the total Florida shipments, one
should keep in mind that shirpments dae .mad- both before .the Market News
'Office is opened and after it is closed and' destinations of these shipments
are not available. There wore also 1,223 cars of mixed citrus shipped by
Express on which destinations are no't available. 'These express shipments
are consolidated cars .made up of l..,1 shipments destined to various points.
The. passings through the Florida gateways, Potomaq. Yard and Cincinnati
correctedd by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta ahn..Cihcincnati) together with
boat distribution, form the basis of the destination figures. Diversions
accomplished beyond Potomac Yard and Cincinnati and those beyond the Florida
gateways and unloaded this side of Potomac--Yard and Cincinnati are not shown.





W.4i


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1935-36 SEASON


ORANGES


ALABAMA
Alabama City
Alexander City


Anniston
#Birmingham
Cullman
Decatur
Demopolis
Florence
Gadsden
Huntsville
Mobile
Montgomery
Selma
Sheffield
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Total

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Total

CANADA
Montreal
Quebec
Simcoe
Toronto
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Danbury
East Hartfor


Hartford 117
New Haven 554
New London 2
Norwich 1
Norwalk 1
South Norwalk 2
Thomaston
Waterbury
Total 74


DELAWARE
Wilmington
Total


198
1
2
1
1
11
12
47
60
S 6
1
3

517


17
17


DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington 111
Total 111

GEORGIA
Athens 2
Atlanta 290
Augusta 14
Cartersville, 1
Columbus 49
Cuthb rt 1
Dalton 1
Dublin 1
#Everett 5
Griffin 1
Jesup 1
La Grange 1
Macon 4
Menlo 2
Rome 9
Statesboro 2
#Thalmann 2
West Point 1
Total 387


24
1 ILLINOIS
6 Carbondale
40 Champaign
71 Chicago 1
Danville
Decatur
2 #East St.Louis
2 Frankfort
Peoria
Rockford
54 Springfield
2 Wilmette
d 4 Total


INDIANA
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
Jasper
La Fayette
Logansport
Mitchell
Muncie
Richmond
South Bend


10
10


5
5
276
1
4
8
1
4
1




55
25
167
1
2
1
1
2
15
2


INDIANA(CONIT 'D) --
Torro Hauto o'
Total 277

IOWA
Burlington 4
Cedar Rapids 10
Davenport 10
Des Moines 18
Dubuque 2
Ft. Dodge 1
Iowa City 1
Iowa Falls 1
Waterloo 10
Total 57

KANSAS
Topeka 3
Wichita
Total


KENTUCKY
Ashland
Bowling Green
Danville
Fulton
Harlan
Henderson
Hodgenville
Lexington
Louisville
Mayfield
Owonsboro
Paducah
Total


LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagorstown
Total


1
4
1
47
233
1
5
6
159


1
486
6
1793


'52
52


866
1
1
868g


MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 2586
Cambridge 2
Charlestown 53
E. Cambridge 1
Fall River 2
Pittsfield 6
Quincy 2
Somerville 28
Springfield 124
Worcester 2
Total 2806

MICHIGAN
Detroit 484
Flint 12
Grand Rapids 62
Ishpoming 2
Total 560

MINNESOTA
Duluth 3
Minneapolis 18
St. Paul 9
Winona 1
Total 31

MISSISSIPPI
Brooksville 1
Calhoun City 2
Canton 2
Columbia 1
Columbus 3
Corinth 2
Drew 1
Granada 3
Greenville 7
Greenwood 6
Hattiesburg 2
Hazelhurst 1
Holly Springs 1
Houston 3
Jackson 27
Laurel 8
Louisville 1
Meridian 10
New Albany 2
Oxford 1
Philadelphia 2
:. Tupelo 18
Vicksburg 3






- 42 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1935-36 SEASON


ORANGES CONTINUED )


MISSISSIPPI(CONT'D.)
West Point 1
Winona 1
Total 109

MISSOURI
Joplin 1
Kansas City 64
St. Joseph 4
St. Louis 239
Total 308

NEBRASKA.
Fairbury 1
Lincoln 4
Omaha 18
South Omaha 1
Total 2-

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene 2
Manchester 5
Total 7

NEW JERSEY
Hawthorne 2
Newark 124
No.Hawthorne 5
#Waverly 162
Total 293

NEW YORK
Albany 74
Binghamton 25
Buffalo 232
Bronx 1
Cortland 1
Elmira 40
Farmingdale 1
Fonda 1
Garden City 34
Geneva 6
Harlem River 11
Jamestown 4
Johnson City 1
Maspeth 53
Mineola 5
New York City 8581
Niagara Ealls 1
New Rochelle 27
Norwich 2


NEW YORK(CONT'D)
Olean 8
Plattsburg 5
Poughkeepsie 6
Rensselaer 41
Rochester 161
Saranac Lake 4
Saratoga Spring 1
Schenectady 1
Syracuse 134
Troy 16
Utica 35
Watertown 23
Total 9535

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville 24
Burlington 9
Charlotte 71
Concord 2
Durham 17
Fayetteville 25
Gastonia 3
Goldsboro 8
Greensboro 92
Greenville 1
Henderson 1
Hickory 4
High Point 1
Kannapolis 1
Kinston 6
Laurinburg 1
Madison 2
Monroe 1
New Bern 2
Norlina 1
Raleigh 29
Rocky Mt. 36
Salisbury 7
Sanford 13
Scotland Neck 4
Shelby 1
Sylva 1
Weldon 4
Wilmington 13
Wilson 4
Winston Sal em 0
Total 414

OHIO
Akron 10


OHIO (CONT'D)
Barnosville
Bollefontaine
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Hamilton
Portsmouth
South Akron
Springfield
Steubonvillo
Toledo
Xonia
Youngstown
Total

OKLAHOMA
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Portland
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Beaver Falls
Bethlehem
Blairsville
Butler
Donora
Du Bois
Erie
Farrell
Greensburg
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Huntingdon
Johnstown
Lancaster
Lebanon
Lehighton
Mc Keesport
Milton


3
2
2
665
577
178
50
2
6
1
10
7
70
15
25
5'0L


New Kensington 2
Oil City 1
Philadelphia 2921
Pittsburgh 648


PENNSYLVANIA(CONT'I
Pottsville 9
Reading 5
Richland 1
Scranton 38
Sunbury 10
Uniontown 5
Warren 1
Wilkes Barre 33
Williamsport 8
Total 3807


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total


SOUTH CAROLINA
3 Anderson
3 Charleston
Chester
Columbia
2 #Florence
2 Greenville
Greenwood
Orangeburg
2 Spartanburg
33 Yemassee
1 Total


TENNESSEE
Bristol
Brownsville
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Cookeville
Crossville
Fayetteville
Harriman
Humboldt
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Lebanon
Lexington
Martin
Mc Kenzie
Mc Minnville


50
4
151
205


1
8
10
29
14
8
4
6
12
1
93


4
1
2
50
5
4
4
2
1
2
2
7
9
32
2
2
1
3
2


b






.43 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA. CITRUS 1935-36 SEASON

ORANGES (CONTINUED)


TENNESSEE (CONT D)
Memphis 194
Milan 1
Morristown 29
Murfreesboro 2
Nashville 214
Pulaski 3
Ripley 1
Shelbyville'- 1
Trenton 1
Tullahoma 2
Union City 1
Total 5S4



# Diversion Points


TEXAS
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Total

VERMONT
Burlington
WhiteRiver
Total

VIRGINIA
Danville


Jct.


VIRGINIA(CONT 'D)
7 Lynchburg.
2 Newport News
11 Norfolk
20 #Petersburg
Portsmouth
#Richmond
6 Roanoke
1 Total 1-


7
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
8 Charleston
Clarksburg


9
5
93

2

2 ,



6
35
1


WEST VIRGINIA(C~CUT1)
Fairmont 12
Harper 1
Huntington 17
Parkersburg 7
Piedmont 1
Wheeling 2
Total 82

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jct. 4
Green Bay 4
Kenosha 2
La Crosse 1
Madison 9
Milwaukee 86
Wausau 1
Total 107


GRAND TOTAL ORANGES 1935-36 SEASON 25,881 cars.








GRAPEFRUIT


ALABAMA
#Birmi ngha
Mobile
Montgomery
Total

ARKANSAS
Little Rock
Total

CANADA
Calgary
Montreal
Ottawa
Saskatoon
Toronto
Vancouver
Winnipeg
Total


49
11
13
73


8
8


2
9
7
2
23
1

-79


COLORADO
Denver 15
Total 15-

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport 25:
Hartford 109
New Haven 165
Thomaston 1
Waterbury- 2
Total 302

DELAWARE
Wilmington 4
Total 4

DIST OF COLUMBIA
Washington 132
Total 132


FLORIDA
Marianna
Pensacola
Total


GEORGIA
Atlanta
Augusta
Cartersville
Columbus
#Everett
Jesup
#Thalmann
Total

ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Canton
Champaign


1
1
2


164
1
1
3
9
1



1
1
7


ILLINOIS(CONT ')
Chicago 683
Danville 1
Decatur 3
#East St.Louis 12
Galesburg 1
Ottawa 2
Peoria 13
Quincy 1
Rockford 1
Springfield 5
Streator 1
Total 732


INDIANA
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Indianapolis
La Fayette








DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA. CITRUS 1935-36 SEASON


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)


INDIANA(CONT'D)
Logansport 1
South Bend 5
Terre Haute 4
Total 89

IOWA
Burlington 4
Cedar Rapids 5
Davenport 5
Des Moines 13
Dubuque 3
Estherville 1
Iowa Falls 2
Marshalltown 1
Sioux City 8
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Ottawa 1
Pittsburg 3
Topeka 8
Wichita ... 5
Winfield 1
Total 18

KENTUCKY
Fulton 17
Lexington 18
Louisville 98
Paducah 2
Total 135

LOUISIANA
New Orleans 121
Shreveport 4
Total 125

MAINE
Bangor. 1
Portland 9
Total 10

MARYLAND
Baltimore 396
Hagerstown 1
Total 397

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 978


MASSACRIUS TS(CIT'D)
Charlestown 7'
Somerville 12
Springfield 2
Total 149


MICHIGAN
Bay City
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Total

MINNESOTA
Duluth
Marshall
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Tupelo
STotal.

MISSOURI
Kansas City
Springfield
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Total

MONTANA
Butte
Great Falls
Total

NEBRASKA
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omaha
Total

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Keene
Manchester
Total

NEW JERSEY
Newark
Paterson


NEW JERSEY(CONT'D
Trenton
#Waverly 2
Total -


1

2


NEW YORK
Albany 49
1 Binghamton 6
422 Buffalo 170
24 Elmira 9
30 Geneva 4
6 Harlem River 1
483 Jamestown 1
Kingston 1
Maspeth 1
4 NewYorkCity 4450
1 Niagara Falls 15
14 New Rochelle 1
19 Norwich 1
108 Olean 1
Plattsburg 1
Rensselaer 22
2 Rochester 82
2 Schenectady 9
Syracuse 69
Troy 13
98 Utica 11
6 Watertown 1
2 Total 4930


31
243


3
2
5


1
3
15
19


1
1
2


15
1


NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Charlotte 15
Durham 12
Fayetteville 5
Goldsboro 1
Greensboro 29
Raleigh 9
Rocky Mt; 10
Sanford 1
Wilmington 2
S Total 88


NORTH DAKOTA
Fargo
Total

OHIO
Akron
Bellefontaine
Canton


OHIO (CONT'D.)'
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Newark
SSpringfield
Toledo
Xenia *'
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total


OKLAHOMA
Muskogee
Oklahoma
Tulsa
Total


358
371
117
10
1
*8
39
9
30
2
957


2
City 12

21


OREGON
Portland 15
Total 15

MtrTSYLVANIA
Altoona 32
Bedford 1
Carlisle 1
Erie 1
Harrisburg 2
Hazelton 3
Johnstown 11
Kane 2
Milton 1
Philadelphia 1246
Pittsburgh 458
Pottsville 1
Scranton 23
Sunbury 1
Uniontown 1
Wilkes Barre 6
Williamsport 1
Total 1791


RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Columbia








DISTRIBUTION OF FpIOiI~ -TRS 1935-36 SEASON


GRAPEFRUI T


SO.CAROLINA(CONT'D)
#Florence 12
Total 16


SOUTH DAKOTA
Aberdeen
Sioux Falls
Total

TENNESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Knoxville
Memphis


1
-b


1
18
1
1
69


TEMESSEE(CONT 'D
Morristown 6
Nashville _99
Total 195


.:TEXAS
Amarillo
Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
Total


1
11
4

18


UTAH
Salt Lake City 10
Total 10


VIRGINIA
Abingdon 1
Danville I
Lynchburg 4
Norfolk 45
#Petersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke 10
Total -l

WASHINGTON
Seattle 27
Spokane _
Total 30


# Diversion Points


WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield 2
Charleston.. 6
Clarksburg 4
Fairmont 3
Wheeling 2
Total 17

WISCONSIN
Appleton Jt. 9
Green Bay 2
La Crosse 6
Madison 5
Milwaukee 55
Oshkosh 1
Racine -. _3
Total 81


GRAND TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 1935-36 SEASON 12,463 cars.









TANGERINES


ALABAMA
#Birmingham
Montgomery
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
Total


2
10


GEORGIA
Atlanta
#Everett
Total


5
1
---


ILLINOIS
5 Carbondale 1
5 Chicago 222
#East St.Louis 1.
Peoria 1
3 Total 225


10
41
5-5


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 11
Total 11


INDIANA
Evansville 3
Ft. Wayne 13
Indianapolis 23
Richmond 1
Total 40


IOWA
Des Moines
Sioux City
Total

KANSAS
Wichita
Total

KENTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Total

LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Total


3
14.
7







-9
10


10
10


MARYLAND
Baltimore
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Charlestown
Springfield
Total


100
100


178
9
11
198


MICHIGAN
Bay City :: 1
Detroit 136
Flint 5
Grand Rapids 2
Total 1I4


(-CO~TI=Dl





ISTITION LO ..

DI SPRI. l3TIOM-iOI-:EK)Sim CISTS'B- T3I9N'-,6 SOS-ASO-.


TANGERINES'


MINNESOTA
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Tupelo
Total

MISSOURI
Kansas City
St. Louis
Springfield.
Total

NEBRASKA
Lincoln:
Omaha
Total

NEW JERSEY
#Waverly
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton


21

28


2
2
29


29
42

75




-4


1
1


9
3


NEW YORK(CQN 'D)
Buffalo 37
Elmira 6
ew York City 1125
Rochester 24
Rensselaer 1
Syracuse 8
Utica 4
Watertown 1
Total 1218

NORTH CAROLINA.
Burlington 1
Charlotte 2
Gastonia 1
Greensboro 5
Sanford 1
Total 10

OHIO
Cincinnati 95
Cleveland 143
Columbus 14
Toledo 12
Xenia 2
Youngstown 2
Total 268


(CONTINuED)

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma
Total


City 1
1


PENNSYLVANIA
Altoona 1
Johnstown 1
Kane 2
Philadelphia 337
Pittsburgh 138
Scranton 5
Shippensburg 1
Uniontown .1
Wilkes Barre 8
Total 494

RHODE ISLAND
Olneyville 1
Providence 12
Total'. 13

SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston 1
#Florence
.Total 1


TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Memphis
Nashville
Total

VIRGINIA
Norfolk
#Pet ersburg
#Richmond
Roanoke
Total

WASHINGTON
Spokane
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston
Clarksburg
Total

WISCONSIN
Green Bay .
Milwaukee
Total


# Diversion Points

GRAND TOTAL TANGERINES 1935-36 SEASON 2,988 cars.


MIXED CITRUS


ALABAMA .
Alexander City 1
Anniston -2
#Birminghom 100
Deatur 1
Gadsden 8
Huntsville 1
Mobile 29
Montgomery 44


ALABAMA(CONT 'D)
Opelika 1
Selma 5
Sheffield' 1
Troy,: 2
Total 195

ARKANSAS
Little Rock 5
Total 5


CANADA
Kingston
Montreal
Ottawa
Simcoe
Toronto
Winnipeg
Total


1
1
S3
1

6
15


CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Danbury
Hartford
New Haven
Watorbury
Total


6
3


1


1




1
1
2







1



2
__Jl
32


2
1
4
16
1





- 47 -


DISTRIBUTION OF. FLORIDA CITRUS 1935_3-6,'5.SN-:


MIXED CITRUS


(CONTINUED)


DIST.OF COLUMBIA
Washington
Total

FLORIDA
Pensacola
Total

GEORGIA
Atlanta 7
Augusta
Cedartown
Columbus 2
Cuthbert
#Everett
Gainesville
La Grange
Macon
Rome
West Point
Total 12

ILLINOIS
.Cairo
Carbondale
Champaign
Chicago 34
Danville
Decatur -
#East St.Louis
Galesburg
Ottawa
Peoria
Rockford
Springfield
Wilmette
Total 38


INDIANA
Elkhart
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
La Fayette
Logansport
Muncie
Richmond
Seymour
Terre Haute
Total


2



1]

i"


IOWA -
_ -Burlington
3 Cedar Rapids
Davenport
Des Moines
1 Estherville
1 Ft. Dodge
Shenandoah
Waterloo
'2 Total


5
2
3
1
1
5
5
5
8
4
7


6-
1


6
1


3
1
3
5
1



1
3
7
5
1
2
2

1
4


KANSAS
Ottawa
Topeka
Total


11
1
16
2
8
6
1
--1


2
1
3


KENTUCKY
Ashland 8
Campbellsville 1
Fulton 4
Harlan 3
Henderson' 3
Horse Cave 1
Lexington 23
Lothair 1
Louisville 60
Mayfield 1
Maysville 1
Owensboro 5
Paducah 12
Total 123

LOUISIANA
New Orleans 23
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Bangor 1
Portland 4
Total" 5

MARYLAND
Baltimore 201
Total 201

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 394
Charlestown 4
Fitchburg 3


MASSACHUSETTS (CO)1D
Mansfield I
Springfield :36
Worcester
Total 443

MICHIGAN
Battle Crook 2
Bay City 2
Detroit 191
Flint 18
Grand Rapids 9
Ironwood 2
Kalamazoo 4
Sault Ste Marie 1
Total 229


MINNESOTA
Duluth
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Winona
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Belzoni
Columbia
Columbus
Corinth
Drew
Durant
Greenville-
Greenwood
Indianola
Jackson
Kosciusko.
Laurel
Lexington
Macon
Meridian
Port Gibson
Sonatobia
Starkville
Tupelo
Vicksburg
West Point
Yazoo City
Total


6
16
8
7
37


2
1
6.

1
18
S3.
1



3
1


2
.1
2
2
6
6
4
1
122


MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau 1
Joplin 1


MISSOURI(C0NT n)
Kansas City 12
St. Joseph 2
St. Louis 83
Springfield 1
Total 100

MONTANA
Butte 2
Total 2

NEBRASKA
Lincoln 7
Omaha 15
South Omaha 6
Total 28

NEW JERSEY
Newark 2
#Waverly 1
Total 3

NEW YORK
Albany 10
Amsterdam 3
Binghamton 5
Buffalo 31
Elmira 2
Jamestown 1
New York City 373
Niagara b.lls 1
New Rochelle 22
Norwich 3
Olean 3
Poughkeepsie 1
Renssclaor 14
Rochester 8
Syracuse 11
Troy 16
Utica 2
Watertown 2
Total 508

NORTH CAROLINA
Ahoskie 1
Asheville 24
Burlington 12
Charlotte 29
Durham 12
Edenton 1
Fayettoville 18
Gastonia 9


. . .. . I


m







DISTRIBUTION OF FLORBIDA TRUS 1935-36 SEASON


MIXED CI RUS (CONTINUED)


NO. CAROLINA(CONT' D)
Goldsboro 9
Greensboro 50
Greenville 2
Halifax 1
Henderson 1
Hickory 2
Kinston 7
Madison 1
New Bern S
Raleigh 40
Rocky Mt.. 16
Salisbury 5
Sanford 11
ScotlandNeck 10
Shelby 2
Weldon 5
Wilmington 18
Wilson 4
Winston Salem 1j
Total 317


OHIO
Athens
Barnesville
Bellefontaine
Cambridge:
Canton.
Cincinnati 2(
Cleveland 1(
Columbus
Dayton
Gallipolis
Mansfield
Portsmouth
Springfield
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total 5(


1
4
5
1
2
66
63
62
18
1
3
8
7
11
6
1
8


OKLAHOMA
SMuskogee
Oklahoma
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Portland
Total


1
City 10
2
13


4
-1T


PENNSYLVANIA
Altoona 2
Clarion 1
Erie 3
Farrell 3
Harrisburg 3
Hazelton 2
Kane 2
Lancaster 1
Milton 1
New Kensington 1
Philadelphia 304
" Pittsburgh 328
Pottsville 3
Reading 6
Richland 1
Scranton ,. 8
Wilkes Barre 1
Williamsport 3
Total 673


RHODE ISLAND.
Providence
Total


SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
#Florence


SO. CAROLINA(CONT')
Greenville 9
Greenwood 3
Lancaster 2
Orangeburg 6
Spartanburg 10
Sumter 13
Total 72

TENNESSEE
Baxter 1
Bristol 10
Chattanooga 34
Clarksville 1
Cookeville 1
Crossville 1
Dyer 1
Dyersburg 2
Harriman 1
Humboldt 5
Jackson 19
Johnson City 7
Knoxville 4o
Marysville 1
Mc Kenzie 1
Memphis 107
Morristown 11
Nashville 196
Paris 1
Shelbyville 1
Tullahoma 1
Total 442

TEXAS
Dallas '
Fort Worth 4
Houston 11
Total 16

UTAH
Salt Lake City 1
Total 1


VERMONT
"Burlington
Total


5
5


VIRGINIA
Appalachia 1
Charlottesville 1
Danville 8
Harrisonburg 3
Lynchburg 18
Martinsville 1
Norfolk 24
Newport News 18
#Petersburg -
:Portsmouth 3
#Richmond
Roanoke 14
Shenandoah 3
Staunton 1
Total 95

WEST VIRGINIA
Beckley. 1
Bluefield.'., '14
Charleston 36
Clarksburg 2
Fairmont 1
Harper 1
Huntington 6
Moundsville 1
Parkersburg 4
Piedmont 1
Ronceverte 1
Wheeling 1
Total 69
WISCONSIN
Appleton Jct. 1
Green Bay 3
Madison 1
Milwaukee 10
Stevens Point 1
Total 1


# Diversion Points


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1935-36 SEASON 5,014 cars.


- -4





49-


Cities


BOAT DEST
(Ca
SEPTMB


Albany
Amsterdam
Baltimore
Bangor
Binghamton
Boston
Bridgeport
Bronx, N. Y.
Buffalo
Burlington, Vt.
Charlestown, Mass.
Cortland, N. Y.
Dallas, Tex.
Elmira, N. Y.
Harlem River, N. Y.
Hartford
Houston, Tex.'
Keene, N. HI.
Kingston
Little Rock, Ark.
Memphis
Mobile tr
Montreal
New Haven
New London
S New 'Orleans"
New York City
Norfolk
01neyville
Ottawa
Pensacola
SPhiladelphia
Pitt'sfield
Portland, Me.
Providence
Quebec
Rensselaer
Rochester
St. Louis
Schenectady
Scranton
Somerville
South Norwalk
Springfield, Mass.
-Springfield, Mo.
Syracuse
Thomaston, Conn.
Troy, N. Y.
Tulsa, Okla.
Tupelo, Miss.
Waterbury
Wichita
Wilkes Barre


NATIONS FLORIDA CITiUS. 1935-36 SEASON
r-lots on basis 400 boxes per car.)
ER 10, 1935 to JUNE 2, 1936, INCLUSIVE
ORANGES I GRAPEFRUIT| TANGERI
65 49 9

214 154 31


5
1,091
39
1

3
11
1

-
1
11
34
5
1


2
36
20
480
1
466
7,962.
3
16


1,862
3
21
48
1
41
1
-
4
2
1
66

3
2
14

7
3


691
23



2


1
1
61
2
1'
1
1
10
9
129

119
4,162:
3
2
4

837
-6
18

23
1
2
1
2


23
5
14


1
1


102
1



4




4




1


36

7
967

1


255


3

1





6.
4



2
1
1


12,551 Cars


6,367 Cars


1,435 Cars


## Corrected to date.


TOTAL


205 Cars


i i i i I I


ESI MIXED
10
3
19
1
3
13
2

1
2

2

1
2



2

1
I




14

.11
1
13

3
1
13

3
1

13







2

14

1
1


-








-
-* :


,


N





- 50 -


RECAPITULATION OF DISTiBUTBION
BY STATES' FOR


(RAI-& BOAT) ,FLORIA .0BANGES
PAST 7 SEASONS


States 11935-36 I199 35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-321 1930-3111929-30


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


354
17
2
748
10
111
-
387*
1,326
277
57
6
315
493
52
868
2,806
560
31
109
308
24
7
293
9,535
414

1,650
3
2
3,807
205
93

584
20

7
140~

82
107
71


208
11
S2
-711
35
258

99*
1,154
290
63
7
370
41o
20
756
1,545
560
4o
96
351

.. 37
9

284
1
1,522
26
1
3,917
164
-34
2
505
83
10
I- :0N
71
72
61


32
4

13.
1
29

19
1,36
38
4
1


4
81
2,27
66

12
37

5
1
33
11,19
36

1,70
3

4,45
12
6

73
9
1
S231


7 331
1 26
5 7
3' 4o6
9 3
1 394
2t it
9* 357*
9 976
2 369
7 11
8 3
6 383
6 462
4 48
9. 839
3 1,961
1 541
4 21
7 79
8 231
4 4
2 11
5 264
1 7,656
5 325
14 1,538
2 16
2
0 3,953
5 232
7# 61#
2 4
;9 619
2 49
1
.6 17
2## 179##
1 2
!7 91
'9 50
17 20


TOTAL 25,881 24,141 27,792 22,542 18,212 28,387 16,273


t Jacksonville not included.
* Does not include Savannah.


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


243
30
6
374
31
450
3t
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,o46
534
14
2,047
50
4,339
277
260
10
903
43

26
910

207

134


288
9

442
46
386
42
357*
763
264
12
4
365
96
57
836
1,220
272
43
106
153
3
3
6
214
4,893
317
816
-.

2,763
163
189
2
306

25
567
78-
42
125





51 -
RECAPITULATION OF. DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT), FIORIIA GRAPEFRUIT
.... BY STATES FOR PAST 7 SEASONS
States '1 i9359-3611934-3511933-3411932-3311931-3211930-3111929-30


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
S'Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
SNew 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


73
8
15
302
4
132
2t
80*

732
89
49
18
135
125
10
397
1,049
483
108
2
243
5
19

2
42
-
4,930
88
4
957
21
15
1,791;
50-
16.'
16

195
18
10

- 61#
30
17
81


87
6
58
207
3
158

581
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'
14l



17
112
4


79

-74
88
-

165
it
82*
1
1,227
262
118
63
143
159
24
335
772
667
198
7
44o
8
73

116
1
5,410
48
6
1,062
37

1,781
46
5#
9
266
49
20
5
51##
68
28
160
4


102
19
54
175

-t
191

189*
4
724
325
93
4o
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

$4
39
92
4


Canada 49 220 177 280
TOTAL 12,463 15,917 14,402 13,330


SJacksonville not included
Does not include Savannah


15,632 22,827 12,154


SFlorence not included.
Petersburg & Richmond not included.


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

5
397
46
47
20

81
45
56
5
280


218
50
185
313
65
452
296
248*
23
2,067
672
280
117
339
141
75
493
1,086
1, 17 8
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






- 52 -


RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL.&0 BOAT), FLORIDA TANGERINES
BY STATES FOR PAST 7:SEA.SONS


States


I 193 5-36 I 193)4-3 5 193 3-3)4 .1i95-33 1.931-2 1930ZL-311293


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


10

5.
254


-t
6*

225
40
7
1
10
10

100
198
144
28
2
75

1
1,218
10
268
1

494
13
1

14

2##
1
3
32-


2
1
3
31
7
11i
-T
1*

133
20
7

13
8
95
95
148
97
25

61
3..
2
1,277
12
201

1
527
10
2

17

3##
1-

11
4


4 '.
1,
3
17-
12
-t
2*

187
35

1
28
21

124
152
100
22

86
4
3
1,350
S 9..
196


581
12
-#

15
3
2##

2
12
11


9

3

21
-Ic
11*

-
174
74
8
3
37
21

136
202
117
33
1
46
6
2
1,239
10
S217
1

523
16
3#
1
28
C-f
2##
1
1
22
5


10

2
37

33
1
8*
1
170
73
32

15
35
1
132
156
115
31
1
62
3
5
909
13
209
5
5
542
22
1#

21

6##
7

34
4


12
i-
2
43

48
4
26*

228
92
14
9
24
5
1
152
168
108.,
4

52
2

1,034
18
218
1
1
605
23
3

36

79#

*1l
21
7.


TOTAL 2,988 2,734 2,999 3,017 2,705 3,041. 793
I", ..._ , 1'


SJacksonville not included.
Does not include Savannah.
*rl


# Florence not included.
## Petersburg & Richmond not included.
#o Does not include Petersburg.


1





-*
15



37
-


3


8


37
-
-




55
16
-

2


359
-
39


II
l
-
183
11


1

5

1
2


113536114-5193-3lH93-3 [13132190 192 3





53 -
RECAPITULATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RiIL & BOAT), FLORIDA MIXED CITRUS
BY STATES FOR PAST- -SEASONS
States 1 1935-361 19 35 1933-34 1932-3 1931-32 1930-31 11929-30


- 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 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
TOTAL'


195
5
24

3
it
127*

384
60
46
3
123
26
5
201
443
229
37
122
100
2
28


3
508
317

567
1

3
72
442
16
1
5
95#

69
16

15
5,ol4


92
7
1
9

5it

34*

354
116
71
14
109
9
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

29
3,769


Jacksonville not included
* Does not include Savannah


21

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
546
12
S59#
1
654 6
21
2
3
255##
8
133
65


203 189 445
28 36 75
1 4 13.
104 188 206
18 2 12
36 57 34
1+. 8 67
o14* 95* 233*
1 2
370 416 870
133 143 386
85 68 159
27 17 56
152 161 270
52 47 117
13 17 29
220 206 320
452 442 754
246 306 434
71 65 82
135 75 185
155 163 295
1 '4 8
28 29 50

13 6 21
28 33 49
1,253 2,912 1,621
369 '290 737
1 2
588 519 820
13 '31 59
1 5 2
863 1,016 1,425
78 67 116
70# 42# 325
-5 7
417 367 6o4
30 10 21
3 6
10 15 17
184## 199 # 491
5 9 12
104 124 185
30 40 68
1
29 57 105


132
1
S4 ..
126
8
53
75
117*
481
88

14
166
32
25
529
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


5,822 6,720 7,490 12,796 7,342
# Florence not included.
## Petersburg & Richmond not included.







-54 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1935-36 SEASON

NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA

Ending CarsI Average ICars Average Cars Averae Cars Avera


Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb.I 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


7
42
0o4
123
116
173
196
245
217
280
127

191
273
275.
222
241
237
219
264
308
247
244
246
266
214
276
259
219
246
264
252
243
193


$3.24
3.03
2.74
2.88
3.07
3.33
3.13
2.68
2.85
2.88
3.05

3.05
2.91
2.79
2.66
2.83
2.96
3.06
3.27
2.95
3.06
2.97
3.02
2.88
2.78
2.76,
2.58
2.88
3.07.
3.17
3.41
3.43
3.89


205
247
264
246
202
211
227
237
205
174
178
151
115
124
92
111
61

44
71
55
54
61
74
51
63
45
90
1o4
ill
111
84
94
90
97
121
87
115
114
ll4
118
129


$3.80
3.83
3.42
3.19
3.30
3.46
3.59
3.60
3.30
3.61
3.55
3.79
3.79
3.22
3.31
3.31
3.39

3.31
3.01
2.95
2.74
2.85
2.84
3.12
3.30
3.76
3.37
3.00
2.90
2.88
2.88
3.32
2.96
2.94:
3.10
3.30
3.29
3.38
3.59


4
33
34
51
68
90
52
117
151
45

65
88
95
90
80
80
95
99
103
102
113
85
106
107
80
93
86
81
91
65
65
47


-





$3.45
2.77
2.99
2.99
3.22
3.14
2.95
2.82
2.84
2.78

2.68
2.69
2.67
2.62
2.57
2.91
3.04
2.91
2.99
2.85
2.91
2.88
2.97
2.80
2.80
2.81
2.83
2.94
3.02
3.44
3.50
3.86


64
72
85
70
81
65
70
68
64
57
43
35
26
20
26
23
9

.7
10
9
10
10
4
12
9
12
17
40o
29
25
28
17
28
33
19
26
34
44
36


$3.42
3.58
3.29
3.20
3.08
3.24
3.43
3.44
3.15
3.23
3.43
3.38
3.59
3.05
3.09
3.25
3.17

2.94
2.78
2.79
2.72
2.58
2.90
2.74
3.19
3.55
3.34
2.91
2.59
2.91
2.88
3.11
3.07
2.81
3.02
3.20
3.22
3.16
3.51


TOTAL 7029 2.99 4922 3.37 2561 2.92 1337 3.21
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.






- 55 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1935-36 SEASON
BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Week i-rFlorida Stock Calif. Stock Florida Stock Calif. Stock
SEndin Ca rs -.A 'erag CarsT Aver.age CarsT Average Cars Average
Sept. 62 $3.85 25 $3.52
13 76 3.75 -- 26 3.55
20. 89 3.44 24 3.27
27 -75 3.17 25 3.12
Oct. 4 81 3.20 30 3.05
11 76 3.50 25 2.98
18 79 3.61 26 3.51
25 2 $3.25 74 3.40 26 3.45
Nov.. 1 18 2.34 78 3.47 1 $2.20 30 3.33
8 10 2.59 81 3.42 1 3.35 28 3.34
15 17 3.37 62 3.58 4 3.21 30 3.26
22 41 3.24 64 3.74 10 3.06 25 3.36
29 -35 3.09 4s 3.45 9 3.13 21 3.21
Dec. 6 .12 2.74 42 2.94 10 2.90 25 3.01
13 55 2.82 43 3.20 9 3.10 22 3.20
20 .84 2.80 46 3.31 '24 3.01 24 3.53
27 .39 2.78 28 3.41 11 2.78 15 3.28
Jan. 3 40 2.89 24 3.16 8 2.71 16 2.97
10 73 2.93 44 3.02 14 2.97 14 2.65
17 .82 2.78 37 2.66 21 2.68 '.14 2.71
24 .63 2.57 27 2.61 7 2.61 .4 2.80
31 -.48 2.71 34 2.48 10 2.47 20 2.77
Feb. 7 .41 3.03 2 2.68 10 3.03 16 2.80
14 45 3.18 28 2.86 9 3.06 14 2.80
21 .51 3.32 23 3.27 18 3.08 14 3.10
28 81 3.05 9 3.49 114 3.20 -12 3.47
Mar. 6 69 3.05 30 3.05 24 2.77 22 3.12
13 37 3.27 65 3.08 11 2.87 25 2.94
20 70 3.08 .64 2.87 9 2.90 15 2.77
S27 76 2.89 52 2.85 8 3.33 20 3.10
Apr. 3 65 2.83 35 3.06 20 3.00 32 2.93
10 57 2.87 47 3.01 15 2.80 26 2.97
17 55 2.75 45 3.07 13 2.66 24 2.97
24 42 2.97 55 2.90 11 2.63 -27 2.92
May 1 44 3.33 41 3.19 5 3.16 28 3.04
8 45 3.32 43 3.15 10 3.31 27 3.12
15 35 3.45 47 3.35 9 3.01 30 3.24
22 34 4.02 61 3.55 3 3.80 34 3.41
29 25 4.08 70 3.52 5 3.88 29 3.37

TOTAL 1521 3.00 2029 3.28 333 2.94 890 3.16
Made available through the courtesy 'of the F iri dn-Citrus Exchange, Tampa. Fla.





56 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF ORANGES, 1935-36 SEASON


I. C- LED A CCHICAGO
Week Florida Stock. Calif. Stock -_Florida Stock Calif._Stock
Ending Carsi Average CarsT Average arsT Average Cars Average
1935
Sept.. 6 19 $3.71 52 $3.72
13 28 3.58 67 3.56
20 24 3.23 68 3.30
27 24 3.17 64 3.36
Oct. 4 26 3.27 78 3.40
11 23 3.40 77 3.35
18 21 3.52 1 $2.80 71 3.47
25 3 $2.62 23 3.54 3 2.93 66 3.46
Nov. 1 2 3.354 3.52 15 3.01 75 3.50
8 8 3.18 28 3.43 15 2.97 72 3.43
15 16 2.84 24 3.2 14 3.21 70 3.41
22 10 3.14 23 3.64 23 3.12 63 3.62
29 21 3.00 22 3.30 24 3.05 44 3.70
Dec. 6 24 2.64 24 3.o4 18 3.09 74 3.40
13 11 2.81 24 3.18 33 3.00 64 3.15
20 23 3.09 30 3.63 29 2.92 79 3.38
27 14 3.00 16 3.31 18 2.91 35 3.36
Jan. 3 10 2.99 16 3.14 12 3.20 41 3.19
10 25 2.97 19 3.04 41 3.02 42 3.11
17 27 2.74 19 2.85 40 2.90. 49 3.11
24. 13 266 17 2.82. 37 2.69 40 3.06
31 12 3.01 17 2.72 19 3.03 50 2.95
Fe. 7, 16 3.23 16 3.00 24 3.20 38 2.85
14 23 3.07 17 3.00 25 3.37 42 3.15
21 19 2.97 21 3.19 30 3.39 34 3.20
28 27 2.97 17 3.34 36 3.02, 44 3.53
Mar. 6 30 2.73 18 3.17 44 2.79 54 3.21
13 14 2.53 25 2.98 21 2.96 55 3.13
20 9 2.98 25 2.92 .27 3.36 55 3.08
27 28 3.13 26 2.92 43 3.24 53 3.07
Apr. 3 28 2.955 23 3.03 37 3.04 57 2.97
10 15 ,2.74 25 3.07 28 3.10 57 3.18
17 18 2.98- 27 3.03' 26 3.05 52 3.17
24 16 3.10 26 2.98 30 3.04 63 3.13
May .1 18 3.35- 24 3.19 26 3.34 66 3.15
8 20 3.33- 28 3.14, 33 3.32 57 3.13
15 22 3.30 23 3.33' 36 3.30 59 3.55
22 8 3.74.. 32 3.65 16 3.93 69 3.57
29 7 4.29, .34 3.55 25 4.41 68 3.63 -

TOTAL 537 3.00 898 3.24 849 3.14: .2264 3.32
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.







WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTI01N PRICES OF- ORANGES,-1935-36 SEASON
ST. LOUIS. CINCINNATI
Weak Florida Stock I Calif. Stock Florida Stock I Calif. Stock
Enig Cars average Average I Cars Averaov e asT vae


1935
Sept. 6 18 $3.53 14 $3.84
13 25 3.45 2- 22 3.22
20. 28 3.16 -- 22 3.39
27 25 3.10 27 3.09
Oct. 4 25 3.11 24 3.05
11 29 3.08 19 3.12
18 20 3.13 16 3.30
25 1 $2.50 17 3.44 24 3.43
Nov. 1 ..2 2.63 24 3.34 6' $2.26 21 3.26
8 3 3.03 25 3.21 4' 2.99 19 3.17
15 5 2.75 23 3.15 14 2.68 17 2.98
22 3 3.00 18 3.46 11' 2.89 12 3.40
29 8 3.24 17 3.51 19 2.77 9 3.35
Dec. 6 14 2.88 28 3.36 18 2.77 14 3.07
13 13 2.62 42 3.13 19 2.78 14' 2.94
20 13 2.84 69 3.29 30 3.00 15 3.34
27 20 2.69 5 3.22
Jan. 3 7 2.77 16 3.13 11 2.94 7 .2.64
10 6 2.83 16 2.79 22 2.80 9 2.60
17 13 2.51 18 2.92 21' 2.48 -7 2.46
24 10' 2.45 12 2.95 12 2.62 2 2.68
31 8 2.15 17 2.95 16 2.71 6 2.72
Feb. 4' 2.87 23 2.91 21' 3.05 5 2.99
S4 2.99 26 2.87 25 2.96 10 2.80
21 9 2.79 15 3.21 17 2.85 5 3.12
28 13 2.94 22 3.39 21- 2.89 4 3.55
Mar., 6 8 2.49 28 3.05 25 2.69 9 3.29
13 7 2.59 29' 2.92 15 2.88 16' 2.89
20 6 2.43 32 2.71 25 2.77 12 2.68
27 13 2.49 29 2.73 19 2.55 7 2.59
.Apr. 3 8 2.39 25 2.83 21 2.72 9 ,2.85
10 8 2.75 24 3.04 21 2.43 10' "2.86
17 13 2.58 27 3.01 .18 2.79 12 3.05
24 10 2.25 30 3.00 1.8 2.99 10 2.97
May 1 7 2.17 27 2.95 1i 3.36 13 ,2.90
8 6 2.79 27 2.99 18 2.97 17 3.10
15 7 2,90 27 3.12 26 2.94 16 2.99
-'22 6 3.06 28 3.51 8 3.50 16 3.58
29 5 3.63 27 3.50 8 3.88 20 3.41

TOTAL 240 2.69 ;958 3.13 533 2.83 516 3.13


Made available through the


courtesy of the


7lorida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.






- 58 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION. PRICES OF ORANGES, 1935-36 SEASON


DETROIT ALTIMORE
Week Ilorida Stock Calif._Stock _Florida Stock Calif. Stock0
Ending Cars Average. Cars Average Cars_ Average Cars Avrage


Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27

Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


5
5
3
6
8
8
10



6

9
l O
- 1











9
7
10
. 3


11
6






3
8
4
6
9
7
20
6

13

7
9

7.
16
6.


$2.90
2.87
2.68
2.95
3.18
3.00
2.86
3.13
2.93
3.08

3.16
3.24
2.77
2.79
2.77
3.20
3.28
3.24
3.19
2.64
2.67
2.77
3.45
2.80
2.94
2.70
3.22
3.32
3.06
3.02
3.87
3.86


*23
.26
31
36
33
27
31
32
34
28
31
28

17
34
23

17
19
34
24
23
25
27'
25
21i
20
30
36
37
38.
34
39
30
42
4o
35
32
42
39


$3.77
3.53
3.29
3.13
3.08
3.12
3.50
3.49
3.25
3.24
3.28
3.64
3.58
3.11
3.18
3.50
3.69

3.22
3.04
2.79
3.00
2.84
2.71
2.98
3.22
3.27
3.13
3.00
2.89
2.86
2.94
3.11
3.06
3.02
3.08
3.10
3.20
3.50
3.47


,






1
1
2
4
2
6
6
3

5

7
.8
7
*
6
12
11
* 14.
10
7
8
13
8
13
9
10
11
11
10
10


$2.50 '
2.00
2.80
3.27
2.90
2.83
2.85
2. 83

2.72 '
2.50
2.43
2.45
2.45
2.76
2.91
2.92
2.88
2.77
2.66.
3.05
2.80
2.61
2.78
2.62
2.51
2.55
2.70
3.30
3.06
3.27
3.27


2
4,
3
1


3
3
3
2
5
6
6
4
4
3
7

5.
7
9
9


$3.28
3.47
3.29.
3.32
2.88
3. 29:
3.56
3.42
3.16
3.17
3.23
3.09
3.34
3.09
2.96
3.26
3.30

2.90
2.64
2.55
2.43
2.65,

3.50
3.30
3.33
3.40
3.06
2.79
2.66
2.86
2.93
3.35
3.04
2.83
3.10
3.26
3.18
3.45


TOTAL 254 3.02 .1220 3.19 231 2.78 318 3.18
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





59 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGu AUCTION PRICES OF ORANES
1935-36 and-1934-35- SEASONS
TOTAL AJL CITIES
Florida Stock California Stock
Sak : 1935-1936 I 1934-1935 1935-1936 1934-1935
dig Cars Average Cars Averag Cars Arag Crs Avrago Cars| Average

Sept. 6 500 $3.70 -
13 603 .3.68 -
S20 657 3.36 -
27 610 3.19 -
ct. 4 611 3.20 578 $3.88
11 1 $1.50 568 3.35 507 4.10
18 8 $3.19 9 3.15 576 3.52 437 4.79
25 56 3.02 105 3.41 587 3.51 366 5.69
Nov. 1 186 2.72 386 3.02 572 3.34 419 4.79
8 204 2.90 446 2.66 521 3.43 357 4.31
15 241 3.03 394 2.68 490 3.43 304 4.01
22 347 3.25 465 2.79 425 3.64 355 3.28
29 414 3.10 599 2.41 333 3.60 333 2.94
Dec. 6 433 2.75 660 2.01 396 3.18 385 2.53
13 486 2.84 437 2.36 376 3.19 445 2.43
20 648 2.88 709 2.52 451 3.37 409 2.91
27 286 2.92 312 2.64 187 3.38 246 2.90
1936
Jan. 3 356 2.95 398 2.38 192 3.16 246 2.78
10 563 2.88 578 2.18 263 2.97 435 2.56
17 592 2.75 567 2.28 235' 2.87 372 2.69
24 468 2.63 419 2.31 192 2,83 313 2.94
31 449 2.75 544 2.51 241 :,.2.79 432 2.89
Fob. 7 442 2.98 522 2.52 227 -2.83 506 2.77
1*4 457 3.08 554 2.45 226 2.99 425 2.75
21 528 3.17 535 2.39 208 .3.23 382 2.88
28 621 2.98 506 2.40 208 3.51 486 2,86
Mar. 6 583 2.93 443 2.49 300 3.22 487 2.84
13 478 2.95 484 2.55 4oo 3.00 4o9 2.91
S20 487 3.00 448 2.72 386 2.87 4oo 3.09
27 580 2.93 486 2.82 340 .2.90 418 3.23
Apr. 3 530 2.81 451 3.06 341 2.93 463 3.23
S10 515 2.79 434 3.43 339 3.14 405 3.30
17 517 2.69 478 3.25 345 3..04 419 3.41
24 449 2.88 446 2.8 414 2.97 506 3.23
May" 1 454 3.08 362 2.72 349 3..09 627 2.74
8 514 3.15 381 2.83 380 3..18 598 2.62
S15 464 3.36 438 2.64 389 3.30 550 2.92
22 399 3.55 419 2.63 453 3.46 609 3.28
29 333 3.93 311 2.57 461 3.54.... 591 3.34

TOTAL 14088 2.97 4727 2 60o 15352 :. 3.28-. 15220 3.23
lMado available through tho courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.








WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION~-fCES orjRIf AGBRAPErRUIT. 1935-36 SEASON

N --IEW YQOK .CITY PIIILELPHIA-
Wec'Relar Iarsh Seedless Regular Marsh Seedless
Ending Cara Average Cars Average -ars Average Cars Average


$3.47
3.27
4.26
3.57
3.19
2.75
2.86
3.43
3.5
3.34
2.67
2.87
2.94
2.95


1935.
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10


17
2)4

Eeb. 71

21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


.1. 4


2023 2.45


1800 2.91


3
11
31
25
35
64
78
68
60
64
88
82
129
84
91
28

42
71
68'
6V
82"
60
48'
89
76
68
45
36
29


44
26
28
30
34
36
28


678


$2.78
2.95
2.36
2.35
3.66
3.01
2.54
2.25
2.37
2.67
2.86
2.62
2.13
2.21
2.28
2.29

2.46
2.53
2.47.
2.45
2.26&
2.32
2.62
2.49
2.26
2.25
2.20
2.21
2.52
2.36
2.55
2.34
2.39
2.44
2.32
2.42
2.54
2.76


2.31


9
20
6
14
28
26
24
22
24-
29
42
26 '
25
34
7
12
24
25
18 .
24! *
18 1
12 '
19
26 '
18'
20'
16'

20'
11' .
9 '
8'
22'
7'
8'
6'


370 2.47


M a bgty e i


28 3.22
54 2.91
51 2.72
-34 2.71
:52 2.78
53 "2.66
;41 '3.02
,75 2.82
,78 2.56
77 2.60
70 2.56
79 .2.65
74 *2.83
195 2.71
74 3.12
100 2.75
.95 2.89
90 2.97
76 3.09
60 3.18
61 3.43
49 3.51


$2.86
1.99
2.83
3.26
2.60
2.36
2.24
2.42
2.62
2.55
2.33
2.25
2.27
2.23
2.15

2.27
2.26
2.32
2.-1; '
2.03
2.29
2.18
2.12
2.02
2.11
2.06
2.13
2.01
2.06
2.22
2.13
2.04
2.75
2.52
2.16
2.32
3.03


S$1.80
2.25


3.05
2.65
2.51
2: ,1
2.84
2.58
2.80
2.08
2.73
2.50
2.64
2.52

2.45
2.43
2.45
2.22
2.42
2.48
2.47
2.47
2.10
2.32
2.26
2.32
2.28
2.50
2.51
2.37
2.57
2.74
2.92
2.30
2.71
3.05


TOTAL


'Mado available through the


Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


courtesy of the






61 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES.OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Week _..Relar Marsh Seedless _ gular Marsh Seedless
Ending Cars Average arsT Average a Average CarsAverage


Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. .4
11
-18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
'22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31-
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
214
May 1
8
15
22
29


2
9
5
6
15
19
16
21
12
17
18
28
31
27
8

4
17
28
20
19
12
17
15
21
24
14
5
7
9
11
14
12
8
7
5
4
10


-

$2.30
2.15
2.59
3.59
2.79
2.51
2.19
2.50
2.74
2.88
2.62
2.26
2.06
1.99
2.06

2.09
2.78
2.56
2.32
2.34'
2.59'
2. 4
2.39
2.08
1.96
2.10'
2.24'
2.6.-o
2.07
2.23
2.21
2.22
2.05
2.11
3.06
3. o4
3.00


1
1
2
2
5
3
6
8
7
8
1

2
1
4
6
4
13
.10
20
16
15
18
.J5
18
32
17
18
19
18
15
12
10
10


$2.95
1.65
2.80
2.30
2.79
2.93
2.98
2.19
2.50
2.13
2.45

1.93
2.50
2.74
2.53
2.45
2.s4
2,85
2.62
2.22
2.25
2.40
2.35
2.66
2.62
2.80
2.66
2.55
2.70
2.68
2.89
3.76
3.94


$2.38
2,11
2.65
3. 38
2.88
2.33
2.47
2.56
2.55
2.70
2.54
2.33
2.10
2.30
2.25

2.20
2.40
2.48-
2.27-
2.30'
2.10'
2.45-
2.34-
2.11-
2.06
1.80
2.19
2.40
2.23
2.50
2.20
2.48
2.29
2.39
1.52
2.78
2.95


-
-

-
-
-

$2.50


2.88
2.80
2.65
2.25
2.10
2.50


2.82

2.46

2.20

2.60
2.42
2.09
2.03
2.11
2.70
2.84
2.40
2.51
2.44
2.66
2.29
2.60
2.47
3.85
2.75


of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


TOTAL 517 2.37 .. 337.. 2.65 168 238 90 2.45


Made available through the'courtesy






62 -

WEIGHTEDAVERAGE AUCTION.PRICES.OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON


CLEVELAND


SRegular Marsh Seedless
CarsL Average CarT Average


Week
Ending
1935
Sept. 6
13
20

Oct. )4
11
18
.25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec.. 6
13
20
S27
1936
Jan., 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


2
5
3

6
8
8
4
3
5
6
7
9
8
6
3

3
10
6
5
8
7
6
4
10
3
6
3
9
6
4
1
2

5
5
1


2.92
2.42
2.24
2.73
2.85
2.77
2.774
2'.15
,2.01
2.09
2.56

2.4g
2.47
2.44
2.29
2.38
2.56
2.33
2.28
2.24
2.45
2.20
2.45
2.41
2.28
2.50
1.95
3.25
2.56
2.41
2.60
2.05
2.55


1




4
-


2
4
6
4
2
8





5
10
4
2
1
8
7
12
9
g
12
12



5
20
71
7
3
1


CHICAGO


I ReT ar
SCarsI Average


$2:.1




2.9
2.88
2.99
3.04
2.95
2.98
2.41
3..18




2.99
2,39
2.39
2.95
3.10
2.66
2.48
2.31
2.51
2.50
2.59
2.57
2.41
2.44
2.168
3..24
2.88
2.91
2.97
3.07
2.60


2
9
2

9
12
6
2


2

2
3
1



2
3
1
1
- 2
2
* 1
1
2

2
1
2
i


2

2
2
1


_Marsh Seedless
CrsT Average


$3.20
2.33
2.32

3.46
2.52
1.56
1.88


3.40

2.38
1.68
1.65



2.40
2.22
1.90
2.10

S2.50

2.35
2.73
4-
1.85
2.45
1.78
.. .205


.1.73

.2.20
2.60


$3.20
2.03
2.60

3.50
3.14
3.02
2.56
2.70
2.45
2.82
2.78
2.18
2.15
1.75
/-

2.7`E
2.38
2.17
-'1.70
2.40
2,00
:2.25
2.71
2.86
2.77
2.57
2.92
2.48
2.57
2.70
2.68
2.78
2.90
2.86
3.21
3.52


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


3
2:
3
1
1
2
2!
5
7
15
17
18
26
29
28
19
27
24
14
12
7


TOTAL 196 .2.42 198 2.66 74 2.40 313 2.73


I






- 63 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

ST. LOUIS .INCININATI
Week epulr Mars Seedless Rg Jar _ Marsh Seedless
Ending Car Average rs Average CarsT Average Cars Average
1935


Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4"
11
18
25-
-Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
193627
Jan. 3
10
*17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
S13
20
27
Apr. 3
10


May 1
8
15
22
29


1
3
1
10
8
2
















1
1






1

1
1


1
- ,

a.
-
1
1

1


I


TOTAL 31 2.60 99 2.35 206 2.30 128 2.32
Ma e.. ..ll thro..g.h-the co..rtesy of, th Floid Orx Exchang, Tap, Fla.


$2.05
1.70
1.70
3.39
2.54
2.43
















2.60
1.90






-.75

2.15
2.35


1. 84


$3.4o
3.25
2.80
-



2.40
2.15

1.80





1.90



2.35
2.38
2.08
2.56
2.36
2.42
2.53
2.3.3
2.23
1.95
2.31
2.07
2.28
3.15
2.00


$2.38
2.20
2.55
3.65
3.27
2.62
2.28
2.26
2.39
2.58
.2.52
1.98
2.18
1.73
1.87
.2.20


2.56
2.40
2.11
2.17
2.40
2.24
2.25
2.13
2.09
2.33
2.18
1.93
2.39
2.30
S2.28
2.48
2.49
2.23
2.20
3.35
2.39


1 $2.20


1 2.45
1 2.65
i- -.

1 2.20
1 2.50

i 2.40

1 2.40





2 2.38
3: 2.05
5 2.01
1 2.50
3 2.45
6 2.35
7 2.12
8' 2.18
8 2;22
10 *2.29
8 2.11
12 2.24
13 2.'30'
12 2.13
3 .2.48
7 2.82
7 2.48-
3 2.40
2 3.15
1 4.25


Made available through-the courtesy of the
.~ ~ ~: ,(: .. .. :' ,.; ,


Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla,.








WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF FLORIDA GRAPEPRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

-" DETROIT BALTIMORE

Ending Cars Average Cars Average Cars Average Cars Average


1935
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24,
May 1
8
15
22
29


S 1
5
2
1
6
9
9
7
2
1
2
3
3
5
2



2
7
2
4
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2



1

1
1
1


$4.00
,2.05
2.35
4.15
.3.69
2.94
2.63
2.23
2.43
.2.10
2.73
2.59
2.10
.1.85
1.85

-3-0
.3.08
S2.35
2.03
2.11
. 2.05
S3.05
2.25
. 2.93
2.60
2.33
2.55
2.50
2.48



2.35

2.30
2.70
2.85


-


$2.90


3.17
.2.82

2.53
2.68
2.88
.2.49
2.22
.2.32
1.98



2.75
2.70
, 2.47
2.27
2.62
2.76
2.58
2.73
2.49
2.48
2.64
2.72
2.58
2.61
2.66
2.84
2.82
3.09
2.91
3.20
2.67


$2.30
'2.00


2.20

2.35
2.35
2.00
2.83
2.45
2.85
2.25
2.28
2.00


2.15
2.40
2.53
2.09
2.04
2.05
2.15
2.09
2.07
2.10
1.87
2.05

2.55
-,
2.20

2.90

2.59


-
-

-
-
-


$2.45
2.25
2.45
-*


2.55
2.10
1.95

2.05
-
2.30
2.05
2.20

2.18
2.30
-

1.82
'2.00
2.39
2.13
2.00
2.31
2.55
2.74
3.30
3.00


TOTAL 89 2.54 162 2.67 72 2.22 41 2.29

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






- 65 -


": WEIGHTED .VERAE'AUCTTION PRICES: OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT,
1935-36 .SEASON

TOTAL ALL CITIES
.Week Regular I Marsh Seedless
"Ending Cars AverageI Cars Average


-1935
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


I .-


10
52
78
41
95
161
167
134
119
114
165
171
211
176
172
51

65
140o
150
128
150
108
104
151
155
135
97
79
68
82
75
75
58
67
77
60
64
49


$2.80
2.46
2.17
2?55
3,50
2.82
2.44
2.24
2.42
2.65
2.78
2.51
2.18
2.13
2.20
2.23

2.38
2.51
2.45
2.35
2.23
2.35
2.48
2.39
2:18
2.1.7
2.16
2.17
2:17
2-.34
2.23
2.42
2.28
2;36
2.40
2.37
2.42
2.52
2.83


35
66
88
63
81
79
83
135
147
155
153
183
174
226
203
224
185
201
166
132
110
. .. .. -76


$3.20
2.04
2.88
3.27
3.95
3.31
3.00
2.71
2.78
3.00
3.26
3.09
2.54
2.70
2.61
2.83

3.03
2.89
2.62
2.52
2.62
2.67
2.81
2.67
2.43
2.47
2.49
2.52
2.68
2.58
2.73
2.62
2.75
2.83
2.90
2.89
3.32
3.47


TOTAL 4054 2.40 '. -353! 2.74


Made available through the
Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


courtesy of the Florida Citrus






66 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT.;!93 5-36 SEASON

NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA
Week Florida S Stock Texas Stock Flori Stock_ Texas Stock
Ending Cars Avorag Average Cars Averago Car Average


1935
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


- .
11
.33
29
43
*7S
'97
107
90
86
121
115
180
112
114
56

70
125
119
103
134
113
89
164
154
145
115
115
103
128
114
144
121
118
106
94
97
77


$2.78
2.95
2.43
2.48
3.77
3.11
2.67
2.43
2.53
2.87
3.05
2.83
2.28
2.38
2.41
2.62


$4.24
2.56
2.27
2.07
2.78

2.12
-

3.22
3.39
2.66

3.17
3.16

' 4.28
'4.09








-


2.76
2.69
2.58
2.54
2.46

2.81
2.64
2,41
2.44
2.42
2.51
2.73
2.62
2.92
2.62
2.78
2.84
2.87
.2.90
3.10
3.24


10
21
6
14
30
27
29
26
27
37
44
29
29
4o
14

16
26
33
26
36
24
25
35
40
35
38
42
31
35
34
35
29
24
39
32
21
9


$2.75
2.00
2.83
3.26
2.63
2.37
2.29
2.48
2.61
2.60
2.32
2.30
2.30
2.29
2.34

2.31
2.27
2.35
2.21
2.16
2.34
2.33
2.28
2.05
2.21
2.15
2.25
2.16
2.25
2.42
2.31
2.48
2.74
2.69
2.27
2.56
3.o4


1





1



2
1


1
-
2 -
1
-
-
1 -
-
-










2


-











$2.55

2.65


2.30
2.55


2.85
-
-~

-
-m
-



















-
-
,-
-
-


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


TOTAL '3823 '2.67 38 2.63 1048 2.36 6 2.53








WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF S rAERUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Cars Average CarsT Average CarsT Average Cars Average


Sept. 6
13
20"
27T
Oct. I4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17

31
Feb. 7-
21
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


2
9
5
6
16
20
18
23
17
20
24
36
38
35
9

6
18
32
26
23
25
27
35
S 37
S 39
S 32
20
25
41
28
S 32
31
26"
22
17
14
20


$2.30
2.15
2.59
3.59
2.80
2.47
2.25
2.48
2.75
2.89
2.71
2.24
2.14
2.02
2.10

2.04
2.76
2.58
2.37
2.36
2.72
2.65
2.52
2.14
2.07
2.27
2.32
2.56
2.50
2.58
2.46
2.42
2.50
2.50
2.94
3.55
3.42


$3.25



3.50
3.00


2.60



1.85
-
-


I-


1
3
7
12
3
5
4
10
9
9
6
4
1

4
4
9
3
6
3
7
13
12
17
5
9
10
17
7
12.
9..
12.
8
3..
3
2


$2.38
2.11
2.65
3.38
2.88
2.34
2.47
2.56
2.72
2.71
2.56
2.29
2.10
2.35
2.25

2.20
2.40
2.47
2.27
2.29
2.10
2.49
2.36
2.10
2.05
2.05
2.47
2.71
2.35
2.51
2.36
2.56
2.29
2.42
2.15
3.14
2.85


-
-


-



$2.30
-

3.60
3.40
2.50
2.20
2.58
2.30

2.50
2.80
3.02
2.64
2.72
2.75
2.90
2.70
3.48
3.40




I


TOTAL 854 2.48 6 2.80 258 2.40 50 2.73

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






68 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF


GRAPETRUIT 1935-16 SRASON


CLEVELAND 1 CHICAGO
Week Florida Stock Texas Stock.' Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending ars Average Cars Average Cars Average CarsT Average


394 2.54


- P9


- *r


i $2.36
6 2.47.
3 2.87
5 2.69
4 3.15
7 2.81.
9 2.34
8 2.31
2 2.55
6 2.30


1935
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13'
20-
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


118 2.67


2
6
3
-
6
8
12
6
7
11
10
9
17
8
6
3

3
15
16
9
10
8
14
11
22
12
14
15
21
16
17
12
7
25
11
12
8
2


$2.23
1.81
1.4o

3.44
2.92
2.59
2.45
2.88
2.95
2.84
2.79
2.27
2.01
2.09
2.56

2.48
2.64
2.41
2.34'
2.49'
2.63
2.52
2.41
2.28
2.50
2.37
2.56
2.50
2.36
2.45
2.62
3.24
2.82
2.73
2.82
2.43
2.58


387 2.67


3
11
4

10
21
9
9
6
9
6
2
5
4




5
5

2
1
4
2
6
9
15
19
19
28
30
28
19
29
24
16
14
7


$3.20
2.27
2.46

3.46
2.79
2.05
2.41
2.70
2.45
3.01
2.78
2.26
1.80,
1.70



2.63,
2.28
2.10
1.90
2.40
2.25
2.25
2.65
2.81
2.77
2.4'9


2.55
2.70
2.68
2.71
2.90
2.78
3.12
3.52


439 2.51.:


courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


2.35-
2.65
2.67
2.88
2.71
2.84
2.74
2.90
2.87
2.75-
3.23
3.10
3.43

-


TOTAL


13
17
17
27
21
24
25
26
26
17
15
10
8
5
2
-,
- i


-
-
-

$2.55
2.40
2.41
2.58
2.38
2.67
2..66
2.22
2.21
2.13
2.24

2.57
2.74
2.64
2.45
2.74
2.74
2.76
2.52
2.57
2.65
2.60
2.57
2.47
2i52
2*20


Made available through the






- 69 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

ST. LOUIS. CINCINNATI
Week Florida Stock Texas. tock Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Car- Average -ars ..Average Cars Average Cars Average


1935
Sept. 6
13
20
27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1936
Jan. 3
10
17
S 214
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29


-

1
3
1
11
10
4













1
1
1




-
1












9
1





10
2
3




14
15-
4
12
10
2
3
1


$2.05
1.70
1.70
3.39
2.68
2.62
-
-


2.40
2.15
i. o
1.80





1.90


2.60
2.13
2.38
2.08
2.56
2.36
2.42
2.53
2.29
2.23
2.00
2.31
,2.07
2.28
2.70
2.00


$2.50
2.31
2.4l
2.43
2.23
2;48
2.39
2.19
1.93
1.90


2.14
2.36
2.29
2.39
2.39
2.36
2.37
2.19
2.44
2.38
2.29
2.76
2.90
2.75
2.1
2.1


2
5
3
2
7
9
8
9
5
6
10
11
7
13
6
1


9
10
11
8
4
10
15
15
12
13
16
11
17
16
15
9
12
13
- 8
3
3


$2.38
2.20
2.55
3.65
3.15
2.62
2.28
2.26
2.35
2.57
2.52
2.02
2.18
1.78
1.87
2.20


-
-
-
-
-
-
$2.74
2.43
2.40
2.98
2.92
2.73
2.54
2.45
2.42
2.45

2.55
2.55
,.2.33
2.15
2.40
2.67
2.68

2.48
-
-


-
-
-
-


2.56
2.4o
2.09
2.07
2.43
2.30
2.29
2.13
2.15
2.26
2.25
2.07
2.28
2.30
2.16
2.48
2.68
2.36
2.28
3.22
3.01


TOTAL 130 -2.41 212 2.29 334 2.31 .67 2.56

'Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa; ;FL.





w 70 -
WEIGHTED AVERAE AUCTION PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT, 1935-36 SEASON

DETROIT BALTIMORE
Week Florida Stock I Texas Stok Florida Stock Texas Stock
Ending Cars IAverage Carl Ave Cars Average I ars Average
1935 .. ...
Sept. 6
13 1 $4.00 -
20j 5 2.05 1 $2.30 -
27 3 2.53 1 2.00 -
Oct. 4 1 '4.15 -
11. 6 '3.69
18 11 2.98 2 2.20 -
25 14 '2.70 7 $2.54 -
Nov. 1 7 2.23 7 2.40 2 2.40
8 5 2.49 7 2.61 3 2.32
15 7 2.59 6 2.E4 2 2.23 -
22 5 2.82 8 3.27 2 2.83 -
29 7 '2.53 12 2.78 2 2.45
Dec. 6 6 2.16 14 2.44 2 2.85
13 8 '2.03 14 2.40 4 2.33 -
20 5 '1.93 18 2.30 3 2.22 -
27 6 2.26 1.99
1936
Jan. 3 3 2.62 1 2.05 -
10 3 2.97 7 2.79 1 2.15 '
17 12 2.49 10 2.65 2 2.40 -
S24 5 '2.29 13 2.51 3 2.45 -
31 7 '2.18 12 2:62 5 2.0 -
Feb. 7 4 '2.48 5 2.99 5 2.07 -
14 5 2.82 9 2.74 5 2.05 -
21 4 2,.50 7 2.73 5 2.16 -
28 7 '2.79 8 2.71 6 2.13 -
Mat. 6 11 '2.50 9 2.53 5 '2.07 -
13 10 2.45 4 3.43 4 2.10 -
20 9 2.63 2 3.60 8 1.86
27 12 2.70 1 2.35 5 '2.01
Apr. 3 10 2.56 5 2,39 -
10 12 2.61 5 2.30
17 11 2.66 1 2.00
24 6 2.84 2.30 -
May 1. 8 2.76 2 2.55 -
8 7 3.09 3 2.79 -
15 7 2.82 1 3.30 -
22 6 3.12 5 2.67 -
29 4 2.72 -

TOTAL" 251 2.62 189 2.63 113 2.24


i;ade available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa,


Fla.





.. 71 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUOTI: PRICES OF GRAPEFRUIT
1935-36 nad 1934-35 SEASONS
TOTAL ALL CITIES
Florida Stock Texas Stock
Week 1935-1936 I 1934-1935 1935-1936 1934-1935
Ending Cars Average Cars Average Cars Average Cars Average

Sept. 6 -
13. 11 $2.83 -
20 57 2.42 34 $3.33 -
27 84 2.22 78 2.78 -
Oct. 4 45 2.61 210 2.31 -3 $2.39
11 106 3.55 253 1.94 -- 22 2.01
18 192 2.90 194 2.01 2 $2.53 11 1.59
25 203 2.54 194 2.16 43 2.44 7 2.35
Nov. 1 190 2.38 209 2.32 45 2.41 5 2.36
8 170 2.53 289 2.16 43 2.54 8 2.99
15 169 2.77 270 2.00 35 2.57 21 2.86
.22 221 2.90 261 2.06 46 2.83 31 2.78
'29 224 2.65 234 2.05 53 2.77 28 2.44
Dec. 6 292 2.28 280 1.91 83 2.34 31 2.14
13 222 2.25 264 1.85 78 2.22 23 2.43
-20 216 2.28 295 1.89 100 2.24 43 2.57
27 88 2.48 137 1.88 31 2.31 26 2.36
Jan. 3 100 2.61 195 1.83 34 2. 45 23 2.28
-.10 206 2.63 248 1.86 40 2.63 42 2.22
17 238 2.51 242 1.93 49 2.56 62 2.22
24 191 .2.41 200 1.95 56 2.51 55 2.42
31 231 2.37 236 1.92 64 2.62 64 2.29
Feb. 7 187 2.48 229 1.81 56 2.71 80 2.11
14 I87 2.63 205 1.97 57 2.66 54 2.15
21 286 2.52 196 2.01 48 2.53 37 2.29
28 302 2.30 230 1.95 57 2.62 48 2.36
Mar. 6 290 2.33 284 1.92 37 2.60 63 2.24
13 250 2.36 272 1.81 28 2.79 53 2.19
20 262 2.42 250 1.87 20 2.87 61 2.17
27 242 2.58 232 1.93 12 2.66 37 2.26
Apr. 3 308 2.49 239 .2.19 6 2.56 30 2.43
10 278 2.65 243 2.55 2 2.20 15 2.33
17 299 2.53 380 2.27 2.18
24 243 2.66 305 2.09 -
May 1 268 2.72 317 1.94 -
8 243 2.7 305 1.80 -
15 192 2.74 265 1.84 -
22 174 3-.03 254 2.10 -
29 125 3.22 262- 2.07 -

TOTAL .7592 2.56 8791- 2.02 1125 2.52 987 2.30
*Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





72 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION. PJCES OF FLORIDA TANGERINES, 1935-36 SEASON
Prico qUi@-4.on basis of 4/5' Bushel Box.
Wook NEW YORK OITY PHILADELPHIA I BOSTON
Ending Cars Average ;. ars I Avorage ars Average
Nov. .8 -
8 3 $1.42 1 $1.05 -
15 8 1.79 1 $1.95
22 50 1.79 13 1' .90 -
21.94 22 1.78 4 2.01
Doc. 6 1 1.57 10 1.85 12 1.72
13 86 1. 1 .g U 1 17 1.33
20 104 1.41 1.43 16 1.7
27 71 1.51 30 1.49 20 1.44
Jan. 3 91 1.3 31 1.24 8 1.39
10 85 1.1 1.19 13 125
17 7 1.26 1.15 11 1.24
24 75 1.07 29 1.07 11 1.18
31 9 2 .9 11 1.16
Feb. 42 1.21 16 1.11 15 .9
14 1.19 16 1.06 13 .9
21 1.08 13 .89 2
28 50 .99 1.28 2 .9
Mar. 6 17 1.32 6 .94 1 1.25
13 12 1.73 -
20 12 2.04 -
27 .7 2.04 -
Apr. 3 4 1.69 -
10 1 1.80 .
TOTAL 1124 1.35 365 1.32 157 1.30


Week PITTSBURGH CLEVELAND :. CHIAGO
Ending Cars | Avorars vrag Cars Average
Nov. 1 -
15 *
22 3 $2.30 4 1$2.01
29 1.9o 5 $2.36 7 1.86
Doc. 6 1.99 10 194 1 .85
13 14 1.55 9 1.52 18 1.56
20 13 1.9 18 161 23 1.53
27 13 1.43 10 1.33 16 1.49
.1936
7Jn. 3 17 1.53 5 1.65 18 1.56
10 18 1.27 8 1.30. 23 1.24
17 10 1.30 8 1.1 17 1.13
2410 1.25 5 1.2b 12 1.22
31 11 1.09 10 10724 1.08
eb. 8 1.32 4 1.18 8 1.22
14 9 1.11 6 1.15 12 1.o06
21 3 1.25 3 .9 11 .3
28 8 .96 5 .98 5 .8
Mar.6 -

Apr -
10 -
STOTAL 139 1.40' 116 .i42 217 1.36
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.






- 73--


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRI.:ES OF FLORIDA TANGERINES, 1935-36 SEASON
Prices quoted on basis of 4/5 Bushel Box


Week
Ending


Nov.

22
Doc. 2
13
20

Jan. 3
10
17
-.24
31
Feb. 71
21
28
Mar.. 6
13
20
Apr. 3
10


ST. LOUIS CINCINNAT. I DTROIT' BALTIMORE
Cars Averge Cars| Avorage Cars Avorage Cars| Average


Few
2

11


*

$1-9

1:64
1.53

1. 33
1.1
1.20
1.08
1.07
1.25

1i:0


r
-

$2.35
1.80
1.
1. 1
1.

1. 0
1.43



1.14
1 05


.:9
88
l l4
1 0

89
-
-


1.56
1.21
1.26
1.30
1.06
1:-


4

3

-
-
-
-


-

$1.78
2.00
1.30
1.22
1.40
1.4
1.27
1.10
1.00
1.o4
1.00
*-


TOTAL 54 1.32 113 1.34 87 1.41 26 1.23

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OF FLORIDA TANGERINES.
1935-3b and 1934-35 SEASONS.
T 0 TAL ALL CITIES-
Wedk 1935-1936 1934-195
Ending ~Cars Average Car I Average
Nov. 1 4 $ .8 -
1 1.33 9 $1.
15 9 1. 82 1.
22 74 1.88 183 .1
29 110 1.91 151 129
Dec. 6 16 1..0 216 98
13 214 1.48 17 10
20 253 1. 1 1
27 177 1.4 57 1.77
Ja 18 1.39 15 1
10 21 1.20 1O .
17 1.21 138
24 160 1.11 120
31 183 1.02 11
Feb. 7 105 1.14 106 1.
14 1.11.132
21l: O
21 97 1.01 b 1.40
28 79 .98 7 1.30
Mak. 6 25 1.21 1.3
12 1.
20 12 2. 8 1 4

1 1 1. 40
TOTAL 2,398 1.35' 2,197- 1.18
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus. Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





74 -
FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, 1925/26-1934/35
Furniiishd.through the courto's:- *.I -.'...
of the
Statistical Departmen 4-- -lorida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


0A R A N G E S


SEASON
Cars
1934-35 Avbrago
Cars
1933-34 Average
Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars -
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Averago


N. Y. PHIL.


8243
$2.61
7613
$2.75
9238
$2.43
6517
$3.40
8444
b3.53
4848
$4.94
644o
$3.45


Cars .. 3748
1927-28 Average $6.17-


Cars
1926-27 Average
Cars
1925-26 Average


SEASON
Cars
1934-35 Average
Cars
1933-34 Average
Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Average
Oars
1927-28 Average


4534
$4.10
3787-
$4.88


3. Y.
4893
$2.04
3948
$2.41
5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49
5269
$2.66
3253
$4.45
3868
$3.61
.2196
$4.98


2720
2.47
2632
2.62
2868
2.45
2228
3.21
3164
3.30
1409
3.98
3193
3-.01
1 44
5.30
2042
3.68
179A
*"4. 5.


PHIL.
1326
1.81
1129
2.25
1266
1.95
1254
2.34
1610
2.42
1153
4.00
1147
3.09
799
4.11


BOST-.
1419
2.589
1436
2.69
1419
2.53
1182
3.24
1679
3.37
982
4.43
1449
3.03
671
5.27
928
3.73
. 864
4.34


PITTS
511
2.44
515
2.54
579
2.35
511
3.06
952
3.14
739
3.79
816
2.79
521
4.91
723

4.602-
4.17


EETRT
280
2.47
267
2.69
256
2.46
179
3.26
308
3.21


CLEVE CHIC. ST.L; CINCI
578 1070 258 553
2.53 2.59 2.34 2.35
.526 894 266 495
2.63 2.67 2.46 2.47
553 921 273 614
2.40 2.55 2.30 2.30
497 776 174 447
3.20 3.25 2.90 3.14
707 1112 358 729
3.27 3.34 3.05 3.14
395 621 211 483
4.70 5.08 4.15 4.38
550 5757 582
2.82 3.12 2.79
324 640 -- 41o
4.88 5.18- -- 4.88
432 687 330., -.529
3.46 3.60 3.22 3.50
339 -508 227 .473
4.62 4.41 4.15 4.39


GRAPEF R U-I T


BOST. PITTS


898
1.93
696
2.40
892
2.06
935
2.50
1037
2.44
756
4.00
814
3.12
534
4.26


389
1.94
310
2.38
429
2.02
505
2.38
762
2.41
64o
3.70
480
2.92
338
3.86


CLEVE
403
2.09
388
2.39
433
2.21
510
2.49
718
2.44
458
4.15
425
2.89
280
4.15


CHICO. ST.L. CINCI
721 200 444
2.19 2.05 1.92
6 4 221 370
2.55 2.37 2.29
738 228 409
2.29 1.96 2.01
805 207 354
2.59 2.41 2.31
1388 462 425
2.55 2.38 2.33
1029 235 303
4.'1 4.03 3.93
1149 278
3.32 2.79
1029 235
4.68 3.80


DETRT BALT. TOTAL
350 135 9759
2.10 1.86 -2.00
298 41 8085
2.51 2.42 2.39
330 9863
2.31 2.06
328 9578
2.54 .2.47
516 12187
2.51 2.54
7827
4.28
8161
3.34
5411
4.56


BALT. TOTAL
258. 15890
2.44 2.56
142 14786
2.88 2.70
16721
2.44
12511
3.30
17453
3.40
9688
4.62
13787
,- 3..15
8158
- -- .: .62
10205
3.81
8598
4.61






75, 192
FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, 1925/26-1934/35


GAPETRUIT (CONTIUED): "


SEASON
Cars
1926-27 Average
Cars
1925-26 Average


N. Y. PHILo.BOST. PITTS
3229 963 809 483
$3.67 3.18 3.35 3.14
1935 718 641 427
$4.40 3.89 4.18 3.81


CLEVE CHIC. ST.L.
507 1168 296
3.22 3.51 3.03
348 816 249
3.89 4.08 3.78


CINCI DETRT BALT. TOTAL
24 7739
3.01 3.44
226 5360
3.79 4.12


SEASON
Cars
1934-35 Average
Cars
1933-34 Average
Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Average
Cars
1927-28 Average


w

$

1*

174


TANGERINE
r. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS CLEVE C]
1071 356 132 136 71
1.18 1.10 1.12 1.25 1.27
1134 433 144 142 114
1.21 1.15 1.17 1.25 1.24
1308 375 157 95 108
1.28 1.20 1.28 1.23 1.21
1190 396 203 175 116
1.54 1..44 1.49 1.39 1.41
1311 426 207 229 154
.1.62 1.49 1.46 1.48 1.45
612 238 95 119 56
2.44 2.19 1.94 2.02 2.74
1078 455 162 189 138
2.06 1.90 1.80 1.76 1.77
541 238 45 67 48
13.60 3.04 3.19 3.02 3.16


S
HIC.
155
1.25
179
1.21
180
1.22
161
1.52
237
1.44
62
2.83
163
1.68
110
3.27


ST. L.
66
1.26
67
1.21
58
1.14
65
1.32
62
1.36
12
2.78


CINCI
108
1.20
96
1.15
102
1.09
88
1.41
97
1.45
30
2.58
105
1.68
32
2.91


DETRT BALT
71 3


1.28 1.22
71 1
1.22 1.48
73 -
1.22
60
1.53 -
126 -
1.4 -

.B -

-

-


NOTE: Tangerine averages on half box basis.
Baltimore converted into auction market about the middle of 1933-34 season.
Detroit converted into auction market season of 1930-31.
St. Louis sales season of 1927-28 and 1928-29 unavailable.


TOTAL
2197
1.18
2381
1.20
2456
1.24
2454
1.49
2849
1.53
1224
2.35
2290
1.92
1081
3.35


,1
1








UNITED STATES:


76 -

Total Orange Production by States, Census
Years 1889, i899, 1909 & Yearly 1919 to 1935


Orop Year CALIF. FLA. TEX. ARIZ. ALA.. LA.. MISS. TOTAL


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923

Average.

1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

Average

1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
Average

1934
1935 2/


1,000
boxes
1,245
5,882
14,440


15,528
22,547
13,921
21,286
Ph2 4 h


1,000
boxes
3,147
273
4,888


7,533
9,457
8,871
10,897
1- 9(^9


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


1,000.
boxes


1
1 152


1,000
boxes
4,392
6,167
19,530
23,238
32,213
23,034
32,563
g8.903


1,000
boxes


11


20
82
82
190
225


/ r I ,
19,521 o0,oo4 4 77 120 53 37 29,816

18,535 11,639 12 60 2 75 -- 30,323
24,200 10,344 10 86 130 100 27 34,897
28,i67 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 4o,062
22,737 9,933 70 5 110 200 50 33,154
38,994 15,116 115 99 85 220 30 54,659
26,527 11,709 49 75 80 .1,49 30 38,619

21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,211 250 139 3 195 2 55.,270
34,900 14,220 520 145 80 245 54 50,164
34,265 16,200 315 147 120 241 .80 51,368
28,439 18,100 390 143 3 212 2 47,289

30,911 15,607 347 142 84 216 35 4'i342


46,086
34, 94


17,600
17,700


56o
627


170
260


140
2


293
244


88
1I


64,937
53,728


Division of Crop and Livestock Estimates, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


1/ 500 boxes or less.


2/ May 1, 1936 estimate.






- 77 -


UNITED STATES:


Total Grapefruit Production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919 to 1935.


Crop Year FLORIDA TEXAS CALIF. ARIZ. TOTAL


1,000
boxes
10
12
1,062


5,898
6,142
6,644
7,766
8,936


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


1,000
boxes


18
123


363
395
360
394
363


1,000
boxes
10
31
1,186


6,293
6,571
7,039
8,255
9,459


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


15,200
11,500


2,750
3,080


2,167.
2,275


1,240
2,090


21,357
18,945


Division of Crop and Livestock Estimates, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


I/ 500 boxes or loss.


2/ May 1, 1936 estimate.


7.,077, 21 375 51 7,523

8,760 211 387 105 9,463
8,316 200 600 150 9,266
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11,314 753 972 211 13.,250 .
9,048 41o 670 152 .10,281

8,274 1,530 1,000 365 11,169
16,109 1,135 1,290 4oo 18,934
10,786 2,480 1,431 450 15,147
11,800 1,385 1,350, 614 15,149
10,700 1,130 1,713 700 14,243

11,534 1,532 1,357 506 14,929


Average


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935 2/





- 78 r


ST3AR$ Y OF THE FLORIDA CITRUS SURVEY & CROP ESTIMATE 1934-5 SEASON
(From Report issued by Forrest 0. Graves, State Coordiiato6t, Oct. 5, 1934.


RANGE S


I GRAPE.FRUI T


Late Total Iacrf ason


Late total


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


2145107 457164
918001 1007378
1603941 1867261
1521242 16s6051
326736 3529,7
-264145 188410
6779172 5558401


Non-Bearing Trees
3 years 313119
2 years 349444
1 year 326854
Less than 1 yr. 206907
Total Non-Bearing 1196324


% 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
Non-Bearing Acres
3 years
2 years
1 year
Less .tha lyr.
Total Non-Bearing
TOTAL ACRES


207545
315965
184128
130280
837918


15.0 13.1


2602271
1925379
3471142
3207293
..678933
452555
12337573

520664
665409
510982
337187
2034242:


888912
1070058
819190
404253
106564
108456
3397433

88777
53383
62347
31290
:235797


14.2 .. 6.5


144938 1033850 168968
296067 1366125 180060
521580 1340770 533477
584938 989191 608862
132598 239162 59455
112891 221347 38073
1793012 5190445 1588895

119302 208079 19932
67317 120700 15291
83540 145887 6119
50731 82021 ..2916
320890. 556687 44258


15.2


9.7


2.7


3805089
3471564
5345389
4805346
977550
711975
19116913

748675
801400
662988
422124
2635187
12.1


7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100


S33698
I4422
25197
23898
5133
4150
106498


7182"
15826
29333
26487
5533
2960
87321


4919 3260
5490 4964
5135 2893
3250 2045
18794 13162
125292 100483


40880
30248
- 54530
50385
10666
7110
193819


13965
16810
12869
6351
1674
1704
53373


8179 1395
10454 839.
8028 979
5295'. 490
319Y 3703


2277 16242 2654 59776
,4651 21461 2829 54538
8194 21063 8381 83974
S9189 15540 9565 75490
S2083 3757 934 15357
.. 1773 3477 598 11185
28167 81540 24961 300320

1874 3269 317 11765
1058 1897 243 12594
1312 2291 96 10415
S795 1285 46 6626
5039 8742 702 414oo


225775 57076 33206 90282 25663 341720


Est. Production 12234153 7579817 19813970 11109577 4759212 15868789 2582659 38265418


% Late Fruit
Est. Yield IPr Tree# 1.5
Average No. Trees Per Acre
Est. Yield Per Acre 98
Total Properties 33201


Average No. Trees
Per Property ...


38%
1.4


3.1


88 195


Average No. Acres
Per Property ... 10.3
#Basis Total Trees


0
I seruon


TAN-
GER-
INES


STATE
TOTAL
ALL


2.3


143


30%
2.8


176


1.6


63.65
112


--1


...


655





- 79 -


TOTAL FLORIDIA CITRUS PLANTINGS
Compiled by- The Associated Citrus Growers & Shippers of Florida, Lakeland, Fla.
Note- Figures indicate the number of trees, both bearing & non-bearing, and were
iaken from Report of Forrest C. Graves, State Coordinator, issued Oct. 5, 1934.
The survey of citrus properties, from which these figures resulted, was made
during the late Summer months and Early Fall of 1934
n 0 R A N G OE S I GRAPEFRUIT I TAN-I
Of( TTYmv TOA


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Citrus
Collier
Dade
De Soto
Flagler
Glades
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
HiIlsboro
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Levy
Manatee


Marion
Martin
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Lucie
St. Johns
Sumter
Volusia
Total Trees


on
(Trees)
59396
432653
25348
28730
44122
4349
14031
274518
lOI
10825


16
16621
507055


1171
114492
577672
50648
1140527
133175
13426
1232 7
219 140
55741
332763
0216
1 7
106187
525096
7975496


joarly &
Total Midsason


Late
(Trees)
2235
219541
207203
10193
46637





25921
373536
400521
436611

98305
122821
47794
692349
57871
28130
172284
212933
2058281

40195

232282
2036
4912861
-











212256
6396319 ]
6396319


(Trees)
61631
652194
232551
38923
48785
9 07
113o97
383629
13941
1&47
501018
36133



1341 4
1742
1171
62566
18328
1 2
19104b
45761
30 0
388546
3290960
259335
142079
410609
362498
17533
119048
737352
14371815


GEGR- xju
Total INES


(Trees)
4102
137829
6631
9325
5605
113P
172149
76120


10468
2105
19016
143825
26206
45
260589
42 03


22813


271427
9861
22810
1046
53423
70b22
3633230


Late
(Trees)

5574
1798


6905
192
10
681


93248
232717


62880
13167


1
937

38777
14;669

17745
2113902


-(Trees)
4252
221226
12205
11123
5653
11407
17305
890
283
51167
11232

30 82
21 902
37 542

45
323369
52370
2322

21294
90912
1769754
27250
66204
55432
241479
1221
8188
88362
5747132


FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTINGS
Showing in percentages. the relative proportion of trees of various stagesfmaturity


Tree Aes ORA N G ES G RAPE R U I T Total
includee) on Late Total M f eson Late Total E- I TAL

20 yrs.&over 26. 7. 18. 24. 6. 18. 10. 17.
16 to 19 yrs. 11.5 15 7 13.4 29.5 14. 23.8 11.0
1 to 15 yrs. 20.1 2 .2 24.1 22.5 27 23 3 32.7 2.
to 10 yrs. 19.1 2 22.3 11.1 27. 17.2 373 22.1
4 to 5 yrs. 7.4 8.5 7.9 .9 1.6 0 6.0 7.8


1 Years and
Younger ....... 41.5 48.0 44.4 23.5 54.5 34.9 46.0 42.0


I


(Trees)
287
6058
539
4927
15170
41120
7246
74
397
64052
4822
7181

l5960
142
6058
47891
157
208 11
30172
12


4335 8
57982
57033
92
16433153
1633153


I


I


I


I


II


I


I


*


(Trees)
73170
907471
251511

59365
20917
303172
507774
22077
2204
601486
47762
lb329
90243



1258
5667o4
72 727
76 14
2270435
268152
180
4 09
9 971

32994
208971
524023
661010
19286
.132581

21752100


I


I


I


I


I


I





Sg0o -.

SUMMARY OF THE ARIZONA TREE.AND: ACREAGE. SURVEY OF 1935 ALL CITRUS*
(From a Preliminary Report released by the Division of Crop
and Livestock Estimates, Washington, D. C.:, dated Oct. 1935)
AGE Year of GRAPE- ORAN- TANGER- LIME LEMONCITRUS CREGE
GROUP Planting FRUIT GE INE ALL CITRUS ACREAGE
(Years) Trees Trees Trees Trees Trees Trees
Number Number Number Number Number Number Iercent Acres
21 yrs. 1914 &
& over earlier 19143 38796 14 1 1195 59149 3.2 686.6
16-20 1915-19 20587 20893 10 189 41679 2.3 438.5
11-15 1920-24 43982 18708 98 19 2474 65281 3.5 745.1
10 yrs. 1925 22027 10129 22 2 269 32449 1.8 365.3
9 1926 40146 7507 137 1 67 47858 2.6 534.4
g 1927 55969 22942 186 12 377 79486 4.3 939.5
7 1928 81068 44297 534 49 985 126933 6.9 1464.8
6 1929 110896 68228 1510 110 572 181316 9.8 2087.3
5 1930 195221 119456 1151 46 805 316679 17.2 3698.1
4 1931 308239 125437 779 373 1888 436716 23.7 5146.6
4 yrs.
& over .......... 97278 476393 4441 613 8821 1387546 75.3 16106.2

3 yrs. 1932 177414 72275 197 232 1174 251292 13.7 2959.4
2 1933 81102 51207 351 338 1724 134722 7.3 1551.9
1 1934 36493 25270 113 1492 5278 68646 3.7 772.1
Under
4 yrs. .......... 295009 148752 661 2062 8176 454660 24.7 5283.4

TOTAL ALL 1192287 625145 5102 2675 16997 1842206 100% 21389.6
* Above Survey as of Mar. 1, 1935.


ESTIMATES OF CALIFORNIA CITRUS FRUIT ACREAGES


FOR YEARS 1927-1934 INCLUSIVE


(From Report prepared by the California Cooperative Crop
Reporting Service, Sacramento, Calif.,dated Oct. 21,'35)
The records of bearing acreage are intended to represent the acreage that
was available for crop production for the specific year shown, and not to include
such groves that were taken out before the crop for that year was harvested. In
interpreting non-bearing acreage records for 1934, it should be understood that
the now plaited acreage of 1934 is not included in the non-bearing acreage shown
for that year, and will not become a part of these records until the next year.
CITRUS BEARING Non-
FRUITS 1927 I 1928 19 1930 1931 1 1932 1 1933 | 1934 1934
Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres
Grapefruit 6486 7700 9139 10771 10990 11796 12561 12648 6008
Lemons 41475 41385 41037 41262 41679 41449 40746 41451 9953
Limes '. 2 2 3 3 3 13 23 29 107
Qrangos -'. .
Valercias 88502 90620 96180 99580 103736 108542 112003 114722 23049
4 Naveol'& Misc. 95992 96839 97415 97855 98049 98583 95689 96624 5442
All .184494 187459 193595 197435 201785 207125 207692 211346 28491


7' '- 7-





81 -
CITRUS CENSUS OF THE LOWER RIO GRAhDE VALLEY OF TEXAS,
BY COUNTIES, AS OF APRIL 1, 1934
(From the Review of the 1934-35 Texas Citrus Season re-
leased in June 1935 by W. D. Googe, Brownsville, Texas)
In administering the provisions of the Mexican Fruit Fly Quarantine it
is necessary to know from year to year the number of citrus trees planted in
the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. A complete re-check of all groves was
made necessary on account of the mortality among the trees as a result of the
storm of Soptomber 1933. Included in these census figures are a total of
176,812 citrus trees which are considered non-commercial.
The ages of trees have been classified as "O", "l", "2", "3", "4", and
"5". Trees, under classification "O", were planted during the period from
April 1, 1933 to March 31, 1934. Trees, under classification "l", were plant-
ed from April 1, 1932 to March 31, 1933. Trees, under classification 2".,
were plan 6d from July 1, 1931 to June 30, 1932. The ages of trees designated
as 3" 'and 1"4", respectively, may be understood in the light of this explana-
tion. **Trees given under classification "5" were planted previous to June 30th,
1929.
-Under classification "Other Citrus" are included kumquats, limes, man-
darines, satsumas, sour oranges, tahgolos, lemons, etc.

County & NUMBER OF GROWING CITRUS TREES OF AGE
ruit 0 1 2 | 3 4 5 TOTAL
HIDALGQ:
Grapefruit 198605 286671 567057 521988 501534 2104595 4180450
Orange 63449 73798 105365 72452 117705 776003 1208772
Other Citrus 8617 6053 5073 2990 6875 70630 100238
Total.. 270671 366522 677495 597430 626114 2951228 5489460
CAMERON:
Grapefruit 62046 98275 334711 195358 177745 985216 1853351
Orange 19355 29843 42560 30674 44859 417254 584545
Other Citrus 545 1500 2089 1292 5080 50361 60867
STotal" 8196 129618 379360 227324 227684 1452831 298763
WILLACYI.
Grapefruit 15751 16947 47659 16200 13016 37431 147004
Orange 7105 6747 16235 4369 3764 18419 56639
Other Citrus 1417 1438 3120 433 742 2195 9345
Total 24273 25132 67014 21002 17522 58045 212988
TOTAL
A COUNTIES:
Grapefruit 276402 401893 949427 733546 692295 3127242 6180805
Orange 89909- 110388 164160 107495 166328 1211676 1849956
Other Citrus 10579 '8991 10282 4715 12697 123186 170450
GRAND TOTAL 376890 521272' 1123869 845758 871320 4462104 8201211

No census was taken in 1935 or 1936, since the damage to trees oausod
by the freezes in January and February of 1935 would make such a counit"of
little value.




- 82 -


UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS.


BY COUMTIiIES JANUARY 1935 TRU JUNE 1935.


Country to which exported


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig


Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Quatemala
Panama
Salvador
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Other British West Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
French West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya


Ceylon
China
Netherland E. Ind,
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania .
New Zealand


I Jan.


8

1
1




1
6
472
166055

299

1068
27
684
297


.459
9
-1

693

22
85
641
1
1567

35
1991
438
230

:7169
-.25
S58
156
54


1500
50
1720
745


1064
58
1
1

603

44
50
2149
71
4077
4o6
243
4972
274
110

12343
.125
59
7635
7635


2002
40
1325
O-
1 -

1
1239
1


839


370
1803
114
5328
639
22
5417
260
230

4906
.... 50
75
4656


May


L


Others ; 4 10 .. 1
Total ; 188652 209718 350167 44: 2399 778793
TOTALS 194 191439 2845 408385 496736
1933 141379 147067 1S4941 39845 '5~730
1932 205063 182167 253367 21846 424346
1931 299021 35050 476723 579722 791269
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domest:


IJune


Fob. Mar. l pr.
BOXES
3001 13249
1 1000 51
S 4093 4115
S 2000 10782
11; 1 2505

2''' 8132 37790
180 9321 16010
27472

1 14474 22407
1600
878 59701 75604
192698 209749 199928

' 299 380 462


... .. ... .. STATE -.F N X O T


24233

5165
30439
6700

92685
25529
25677
100
40894

228558
260617,

506

1626
44
1933
637
20


372
9
3

1530
100
20
3. 25
1552
114
7856
737
225
6217
390
200

10775

19
1
2985


18522
4oo
1500
44904
3361
21169
12010
32660

1451
-
344371
260753

656

S1236
58
2011
495
20


164
10
6

954
8
360
173

3966
285
70
4898
767
16o

4276

35
30
5590

767329
434980
473717
29 298
485739
ic Commerce.


1108
24
68)3
415
i

12

688
10
1

347

9
110
692
14
494
309
10
1166
147
20

5148

14
21
4206







UNITED STATES 0k~k~TGE EXPORTS. BY C0t~TTRIES JULY 1935 THRU DEC~v1BER 1935.


SSept. Oct. Nov. Dec.


Country to which exported July Aug.
BOXES
Belgium 27800 32553
Denmark 1103 700
Finland 3565 1425
France 156646 46250
Germany 6600 3100
Italy 90
Netherlands .. 68438 7787
Norway 12440 1047
Poland & Danzig 500 9530
Spain -
Sweden 12655
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 524965 156453
Canada 236009 199440
Guatemala 3 -
Panama 592 496
Salvador -
Mexico 1357 859
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 40 38
Newfoundland & Labrador 2136 2112
Bermudas 606 519
Barbados 10 -
Jamaica -
Trinidad & Tobago 31
Other British West Indies 75 215
Cuba 6 2
Dominican Republic 2 1
French West Indies -
Netherland West Indies 570 483
Per 1 -
Venezuela 24 26
British India 145 140
British Malaya 1505 1237
Ceylon 289 157
China 12036 7005
Netherland E. Ind. 833 498
French Indo-China 570 154
Hong Kong 10361 6031
Japan 712 261
Kwantung 775 267
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands 9833 4255
Australia 21
British Oceania 58 -
French Oceania 32
New Zealand 867
Others 7
Total 1094148 483201
TOTALS 1934 .346647 302291
1933 539351 268354
1932 433196 335305
1931 657664 376937
Compiled from official records of the U. S.


10700


35207
1500

14796
3300

4150

173550
158551
2
580

767
16
2058
486



193
5
3

539
2
19
340
1224
305
5711
613
230
7712
564
76
9153
119
2
91
432564
190006
lb 5143
204441
287537
Bureau of


11026


25496


5606
2050



76175
137152
1
168

839
25
1429
289


196
8
1
8
831
3
13
166
1733
112
4oo6
514
630
4748
338
147
1500
5823
109

505
281647
120022
138485
135733
118288
Foreign


20921
1




302

14331
110724
2
629
40
654
28
2168
220

12

228
7
1

557
52
121
1126
100
5046
652
265
2385
642
45
6209
120
1
5205
172810
154825
148147
144573
173020
Domestic


UNITED STATES ORWGE EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES


- JULY 1935 TIRU DECEMBER 1935.


500
7
11604
9

1500
5



6432
218286

685

1107
25
.2160,
171.



376
5
1
7
437
103
23
227
1628
10
1200
592
165
1843
257
131
8541
190
64
2
4olo
4
262307
242294
226889
225800
270759
Commerce.








1WITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT "EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES JANUARY 19359 RU


Country to which


exported


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Irish Free State
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Panama
Salvador
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Uruguay
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland E. Ind.
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Ocoania
New Zealand
Others ..


Total


I Ja." Feb.
BOXES
1
1

1779 '. 1038
77 85


25
459

300
6
16567
4o138
3

31
2
267
112
168
241

3


35
147
1
283
44

178
75

518
800
15

459
1
62735-


33
180



25146
38502
15

9
3
305
66.
220
24

3


35
155
9
99
26

41,
35
5
160
865
7

235
5
67307


Mar. Apr. May June


125
2377
60


4
144

300

43045
60038
42

21
2
351
175
224
146

13


20
362
29
351
17
1
233
80
-o
540
950
9

370

110029


1

3096
20


137
389

1
22048
54341
178

44
1
351
160
18
120

2


130
298
46
400
36

174
105

4o6
300
150
4
444
5
83405


901
50
15
694
4


3415
350



53936
42602
238

27
3
554
107
74
106

3


35
275
23
461
21
1
i
189
88
5
556

-
2

345

105080


1294
100

3782
462
-

14485
475
900


101755
57369
294

51
1
371
136
2
191
4
d-

185
281
23
147


103
18
13
201

2
10
526

183196


TOTALS 1934 54307- 81575 115701 108440 120605 98503
- -1933 ...70605 61208 77270 135034 198201 65817
n .1932 81566 131567 137581 122913 151539 102787
1931 14854 89779 151334 166555 165769 178885


.Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of


Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


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c


JUNE 1935







TRtT!I'Wf ~~~Rjirp


ORG PEmRITT~ EX.PnpRTS B COTTTRI'ES JUTLY 1Q9F;


TH..U DECE~aER '3I5


Country to which exported July I Aug. i Sept. I Oct. Nov. Doc.


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Irish Free State
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Panama
Salvador
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Uruguay
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland E. Ind.
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealand
Others


2287
50
25
4496
300

4218
644


96341
35594
267

43

557
152
1
177

2


50
608
66
352
34
28
268
152
5
342
2
21

250
1


BOXES
1790

846
100

20
25
3


34742
24155
44o

1

450
216
38
153

5

40
459
83
245
103
27
161
96
3
234

10
190
5


60
-

653


4180
50


22454
18176
129



597
242
47
184

3


25
317
120
331
53
6
278
105
3
54o
60
39
3
267


1340
2


3
260


15284
32902
199

3

265
50
24
423

2

84
115
614
50
232
4
29
275
126
10
351
30
30
2
268
1


10
lO

6
1381
7
3

142
S676

226

8231
25801
104
30
13
2
378
56
28
92
369


10
669

334
70
21
310
100

782
S666
21
6
895


16
24

2398
95
.2

20
103
3
365
55
1243
15597
101

17

269
51
46
46
322
2
2


368

196

4
135
108
5
887
1026
13

427
2


Total 147333 64640 48922 52978 41484 23948
TOTALS 1934 91534 83221 20629 71582 59548 46096
1933 78426 42625 41628 76973 60035 59925
1932 78230 40181 66700 33269 39355 36208
1931 145548 55078 45065 41349 103494 83217
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Conmorce.


TNT~r STATES -- r-P&P"MTTM EYVRPS Y COUTRIE JLY lq4r) HRU DCEMBR 11






9 86 2

UNITED STATES ORANGE EXPORTS, BY OOUTRIES JANUARY 1936 TIRU JUNE 1936.

Country to which oxportoed. J..J-. F. ob. I Mar. Apr. May I Juno


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Italy
NXtherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canda
Quatemala
Panama
Salvador
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Barbados
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
Other British West Indies
Cuba
D'minican Republic
French West Indies
Netherland West Indies
Peru
Venszuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland E. Ind.
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealand
Others


1
1
1


2


200
-
830
224548

418

819
51
1369
165



4o6
10
IO


594
18
190
1057

427
806
113
1169
602
30

4871
60
20
53
4700
1


BOXES
1000

S 1548
S 1000
4 2

14925
2 9633
15

2250 19350

2313 91290
189250 308469

392 430

777 1314
25 23
1167 1674
147 194
-

699 675
8 5
3
2
546 591

34 14
1 505
1275 1887
150
1193 3058
10 494
40 26
1836 1858
457 509
30 100

5304 8931'
85 190
4 39
48
5580 3833
16


5275
1
6105
11695
3204

15823
18765


32868

176796
386484

285

1621
33
1450
897
6


531
8
1
2
435
1
19
25
849
82
3885

170
2360
1061
110

4712

38
37
1905


Total 243532 213492 473738 677539 when t available
Compiled from official records of the U. S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.






S87 -


UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT


Country to which exported Jan.


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Irish Free State
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland & Danzig
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Canada
Panama
Salvador
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Other British West Indies
Jamaica
Netherland West Indies
Argentina
Colombia
Peru
Uruguay
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland E. Ind.
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Japan
Kwantung
Philippine Islands
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealand
Others


-43/1.1

t~ rY /7


EXPORTS. BY COUNTRIES JANUARY 1936 THRU JUNE '36


4

1
480
25
2

37

407

2568
50824
149

24
2
180
35
47

87
210
1

10
352

126
41
14
125
54

187
826
16
10
340
11


I Feb.
BOXES
A-
-

685
5
20

350
120

1

7358
62522
107
-
28

235
63
190

50


2


322

247

4
106
72

465
800
2
11
344


I Mar. Apr. May June


2

1297
3
3

9633
255

2482
1
26371
77469
100
2
38
4
295
33
157

45

1
2

10
350
4o
663
21
2
140
137

455
991
11

257
9


520
1

2031
1


800
222

2560

80285
51369
479'

34
1
298
149
75

165


1

25
169
50
431

2
80
146

155
1070
13
11
295
,-


Total 57196 74109 121279 141438


Compiled from official records of the U. S.
* Not available at time of Summary release.


Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.









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