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Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
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Florida -- Marketing Bureau
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United States -- War Food Administration
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Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1938-1939
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TMITED STATES DEPARTb INT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural l~Ea eating Service
and the
FIORIDA STATE Ma jETIfG BUREAU
Cooperating








T T EWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND V GETABIES


MARKETING FIORIDA CITRUS
SUMMARY OF 1938-39 SEASON
by
H. F. Willson


lakelaad, Florida


Sept. 14, 1939


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UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA
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SFOREWRD


The information contained herewith has been com-
piled'frcnm the daily citrus bulletins issued at Lakeland,
Florida and from various reports released by the Agri-
cultural Marketing Service; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; the Bureau of Foroein & Domestic Conumrce;
'the'Florida'State Department of Agriculture; the Florida
Citrus Exchange; the Florida Citrus Ccmnission; and the
*Growers Administrative Ccmittee.

Shipments, unloads and other similar data for the
'1938-39 season are subject to'revision on account of late
and corrected reports which are not yet available. In
'accordance with'the practice of previous seasons, every
effort has been made to include in the annual citrus sum-
marios, data which will be of most value to the Industry.
'We have endeavored to include basic statistics suitable
for comparisons with past seasons. For the first time,
grade, size and container analyses, as well as production
and utilization data by producing areas, 1935/36-1938/39
have been made available.

























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General Coments . ...... * * * *
Carlot Shipments, by Weeks -
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines . . 1
Grapefruit ... . ... . 2
Rail, Boat & Ixpress Mixed Citrus . . . 3

Florida Truck & Boat Shipments, by Weeks . . . . ... . . 4
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments .... .. .. 5
Total Shipments Florida Citrus by Rall, Boat, Truck & E press . 6
Citrus Shipments in Boxes, 1900/01-1938/39 . . . .. . . 7
Florida Citrus Used by Cannors, 1938-39 Season . .. 8
United Statos Production & Utilization, 1935/36-1938/39 Seasons . . 9
Unloads in 66 Cities July 1938 thru July 1939 -
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . . . . . 10 23
Unloads in 29 Cities July 1938 thru July 1939 -
Mixed Citrus . . .. . ... . . . . 23 25
Distribution of Florida Citrus -
Rail & Boat .... . . . . .. 26 39
Truck.... ... ... .. . . . . . . 40 43
Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Oranges Florida & California . . . . 44- 54
Grapefruit Florida (Seeded & Seedless) . .... 55 65
Florida & Texas . . . .... 66 71
Tangerines- Florida Only .. .. . .. .. 72 -73
Florida Averages by Markets Past 13 Years . . . 74 75

Orange & Grapefruit Production, by States, 1889-1938 . . .. 76 77
Estimated Bearing Acreage & Trees Principal Citrus Producing States . 78 79
Tree Numbers, United States Census Enumerations . . . .... .80
Estimated Production Florida Citrus in Relative Percentages, 1938-39. 81
Florida Citrus Grade Analysis, 1938-39 Season . . .. . . 82
Size Analysis, Seasons 1929/30-1938/39 . . . . 83
Container Analysis, 1938-39 Season . . . . . 84

Production of Oranges & Mandarins in Principal Countries . . .85
S of Grapofruit in Principal Countries . .. . .. 86

United States sports July 1938 thru June 1939 -
Oranges and Grapefruit . . . . 87 90









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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Marketing Service
and the
FIDRIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES




MARKETING FIORIDA CITRUS
SUMMARY OF 1938-39 SEASON
Bv
H. F.B illson

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at
Lakeland, Florida from Sept. 12, 1938 to June 30, 1939
inclusive.



For the second and consecutive season in the history of the citrus industry the
United States produced over 100,000,000 boxes of citrus (oranges, grapefruit & tangerines).
A year ago, the total production barely exceeded the 100 million box mark with 102,454,000
boxes; but, for the 1938-39 season, the total figure approached 1 1/4 million or 122,495,000.
Florida's unusually large crop more than accounted for this State's share of the increase,
with the production of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines amounting to 57,600,000 boxes
compared to 41,300,000 in 1937-38 or 16 million boxes more than a year ago., Production of
oranges and grapefruit in California was not as heavy as the previous season, but Texas had
considerably more citrus than in 1937-38. Arizona, Alabama, louisiana and Mississippi had
Approximately the same production as the year before. In the 5-year average tabulations
beginning with the period ending in 1923 and through the 5-year period ending in 1938),
Florida oranges increased from an average production of 9,997,000 boxes to 23,740,000;
while production for the United. States, during the same period, increased from 29,809,000
to 64,414,000, indicating Florida increased proportionately to the National increase. In
direct contrast however, Florida's grapefruit production for the corresponding period
only increased from 7,077,000 boxes o 16,620,000 or a little more than doubled; while the
total United States was nearly 4 times larger with an average of 29,029,000 boxes in 1938
as against 7,523,000 in 1923. This was largely due to the spectacular increase in Texas
from an average of only 21,000 boxes to that of 8,518,000. In contemplating future trends,
the tree census enumerations of trees, by age groups, both bearing aa non-bearing, warrant
-careful consideration. From 1920 to 1935, the number of bearing grapefruit trees in the
United States increased from approximately 2,000,000 in 1920 to 10,000,000 in 1935. For
the same period, the number of"bearing trees of oranges increased from nearly 14-1/2
million to 33 million.
S In accordance with Florida's large crop, the rail, boat and truck shipments of
citrus were all exceedingly heavy. Not many seasons ago, practically the entire movement
was by rail; and, as recent as 10 years ago, boat shipments were less than 1,000 cars with
shipments by truck relatively light. During the 1938-39 season, each of these carriers was
of major importance in it's respective field and shipments would not be representative that
did not include all three. For this reason, during the past 3 seasons, shipments by rail,
boat, truck and express, together with the proper proportion of mixed citrus, were combined
each year into one table of shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines. Using
these tables for comparison, a striking illustration of Florid' s heavy shipments during the
1938-39 season was noted. In 1936-37, there were a couple of weeks in Decenber and four mcre
in January and February when Florida's total weekly shipments were over 3,000 cars a week. A
year ago, there were only two weeks in December (irior to the holidays) when the 3,000 mark
was reached; but, during the 1938-39 season, 3;000 cars weekly was a ccauon occurrence. In
fact this figure, or more, was the usual andunt during the main part of the season. There
were three weeks in December and, beginning with the first week in January, there were thir-
teen consecutive weeks when the total movement exceeded 3,000 cars weekly. The peak week





(ending Dec. 17 1938) approached the 5,000 ma=k with 4,818 cars. This was incidently 975
cars more than for the corresponding week the year before. Through Aug. 19th, a grand total
of shipments amounted to 107,719 cars compared with 80,287 the previous season or an increase
of over 27,000 cars. Volume shipments extended over the longest period of any season to date.
In some of the earlier seasons, scattering cars were shipped during the late summer but, in
1938-39, there was a heavy movement through June. Nearly 1,000,000 boxes equivalentt to
2,500 cars) were shipped in July 1939, and shipments continued through Augusf with an occasion-
al car out the first part of September.
In addition to the shipments of fresh fruit in the United States there were other
channels, individually and collectively, that were of major importance in the disposition of
the 1938-39 citrus crop. The commercial cannery out-put broke all records with 1,187,544 box-
es of oranges and 8,481,053 boxes of grapefruit through the week of Aug. 26th with sme plants
still canning grapefruit. The Federal Sirplus Commodities Corporation purchased 208,82T7boxes
of oranges and 90,222 boxes of grapefruit for fresh fruit shipments. In addition, 739,451
boxes of grapefruit were purchased for canning; and., in accordance with their program, 41,865
boxes of oranges and 1,747,224 boxes of grapefruit were diverted from commercial use. All told,
the Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation accounted for a grand total of 3,645,589 boxes.
While no segregation was made of Florida exports separately, the total United States exports of
citrus were considerably more than a year ago. Florida, no doubt, had a corresponding increase
in the total amount of citrus exported. For all states, the exports of oranges for the year
ending June 1939 total 7,580,792 boxes compared to 5,931,747 a year ago. Grapefruit exports
for this same period were 1,305,525 boxes compared with 872,709 in 1937-38. These figures re-
present the total amount of oranges and grapefruit exported by all states to Canada and other
foreign countries. Home consumption, for recent seasons, has been estimated around, at least,
2 million and, in some instances, 3 million boxes. While no absolutely authentic information
has been tabulated, these estimates have been accepted by the Industry as reliable and repre-
sentative.
As would be expected with such a large volume of fruit, prices were relatively low.
There were nearly 5,000 cars more of Florida oranes sold on the 10 auctions than in any pre-
vious season or 25,224 cars @ $2,09 compared to 2,686 cars @ $2.24 in 1937-38, a decrease of
15i a box. The volume of Florida oranges sold 'on the auctions has increased sharply the past
few years. The number in 1938-39 was approximately 2-1/2 times that of 1926-27 and 1929-30
and over 3 times that of the 1927-,8 season. -Ccnpared with the more recent seasons, or 1931-
32 through 1936-37, there were in round figures '10,000 cars more sold this year than the aver-
age for these former seasons. California's prices were also lower, with a decrease of 304 per
box from a year ago. Total sales of California oranges on the auctions were 17,157 cars, ever-
aging $2.82 per box compared to 15,549 cars in 1937-38 at an average of $3.12.
10,926 cars of Florida grapefruit sold at an average of $1.72, while 8 555 cars aver-
aged $2.16 in' 937-38 or 440 a box less. The lowest previous price was in 1934-35 when 9,759
cars averaged $2.00. In contrast with oranges, the volume of Florida grapefruit sold on ihe
leading auctions, during recent seasons, has been about the sime and has not shown the decided.
increase that oranges have. The season of 1930-31 with'12,187 cars was the only one in which
more cars of Florida grapefruit were sold on the auctions than in 1938-39. During the 7-year
period prior to 1938-39, the number of cars of Florida grapefruit ranged mostly from 8,000 to
10,000. It should be kept in mind, however, when comparing the volume of grapefruit sold on
the auctions with oranges, that an increasing amount of grapefruit is being canned and that
the Texas grapefruit industry is expanding rapidly with the resultant competition, particular-
ly in the Midalewest.
Tangerine prices, in line with oranges and grapefruit, were the lowest in the history
of the Industry with a total of 3,663 cars sold at $1.00 coared with 2,513 cars @ $1.24 a
year ago, or 240 less per box. The low year prior to the 1938-39 season was in 1936-37 when
3,424 cars sold at an average of $1.10. Frmn 1930-31 to 1938-39, with the exception of 1936-
37, tangerine sales on the auctions ranged from 2,200 to 2,800 cars, mostly 2,400 to 2,500.
On Aug. 10th, 1939, the Crop Reporting Board of the Agricultural Marketing Service
reported on conditions of the 1939-40 citrus cro as follows: "Growing conditions in Florida
during July were favorable for development of citrus fruits from the 1939 bloom. Prospects
for oranges are relatively better than for grapefruit. The condition of the 1939-40 orange
crop 9n Aug. was 71 percent compared with 77percent on the same date last year, and the 10-
year (1928-37) average of 74 percent. In Flori a, the Aug. 1 condition was above last year &
above the 10-year average, but in California, Texas and Arizona, the condition of the crop was
below last year and below average. The Aug. 1 condition of the 1939-40 grapefruit crop was
56 percent, compared with 74 percent on Aug. 1, 1938 and the 10-year average of 65 percent. In
Florida, condition on Aug. 1 was 20 points below that of a year ago, and in Texas the Aug. 1
condition was 18 points lower than on the same date last year." By September 1, the condition
of Florida oranges and tangerines had improved slightly oranges being 78 percent compared with
77 percent Aug 1 while tangerines were 55 percent compared with 52 percent. Florida grape-
fruit was reported at 50 percent compared to 54 percent Aug. 1.




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RANGES STD TAGERINES CARIDT SRgIPWTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WTEKS
Noto- The follow tabulations of car lt shipnnts (rail, boat & express) by weeks were tak-
enfrcox the "Weekl'iirIij of Carlot ShipmenTs" as released by the Washington Office of the
Agricultural Marketin Service. Florida shipments for both the 1938-39 and 1937-38 seasons
include 'light' and heavyy cars. Cars loaded 250 boxes or less were-counted at 'light' cars
nd 2 light cars were used as 1 car in these cmpilations. Total light cars for the 1938-39
season were oranges 2,bb5 cars; gr fruit 858 cars; tangerines 73 cars and mixed citrus
1,616 cars. For the 1937-38 season, total light cars were oranges 2,478 cars; grapefruit
469 cars; tangerines 54 cars and mixed citrus 1,608 cars. See Page 6 for Florida
shipments of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines, by weeks, including truck and mixed cars.

Week FIlb -DA CAIFORNIA# TE8AS# ARIZONA# AIL OTqBS# TOTALS
Ig- 1938-39 1937-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38


1938

10
17
24
8
15
22
29
lO/ 5
12
19
26
12/ 3
10
17
24
31
1939
T7F7
14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29
8/ 5
12
19


1
7
29
250
475
343
721
888
820
1236
915
1060
1429
1762
819
942
1376
1459
1494
1343
1255
1586
1507
1754
1442
1601
1741
1656
1582
1353
1190
1449
1228
1386
1107
1153
1098
1133
1206
961
1005
771
447
542
338
201
175
42
10


6
60
108
565
683
825
53 977
172 732
239 1159
298 684
335 897
428 1374
443 1355
333 446
362 736
456 1016
241 1074
151 1002
203 986
173 1178
157 1591
132. 1503
109. 1441
80 1309
50 1729
45 1397
52 1298
30 1335
26 1569
15 1636
8 1157
8 1124
4 1175
6 1378
3 1137
3 742
659
547
452
290
240
92
67
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6
5
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6.
31
41
101
205
333
465.
297
388
229
191
201
197
163
144
113
69
39
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SIncludes few cars tangerines.


1668 884
1783 842
1491 984
1747 904
1590 831
1570 708
1460 665
1416 485
1169 203
1143 82
.562 48
291 257
417 840
1130 1180
1344 1635
1351 1735
882 877
592 493
684 680
694 913
733 980
911 842
927 1157
805 846
623 1267
961 1121
856 1651
1227 624
996 1481
1265 1267
1183 1489
1050 1188
1238 1385
1582 1621
1746 1913
1549 1664
1302 1669
1105 1967
1009 1991
1121 2066
983 1703
1254 1762
1398 1813
1210 1869
1176 1643
943 1786
1050 1859
1310 2065
1325 1772
1441 1713
1383 1526
1377 1639


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22 12
29 34
52 107
46 100
51 53
60 22
62 46
57 42
60 12
23 3
24 13
53 8
43 18
39 42
22 19
60 19
103 29
69 46
43 18
55 37
44 47
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38 29
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1668 884
1783 842
1491 984
1748 904
1597 837
1600 768
1713 773
1908 1051
1549 902
1926 947
1586 1162
1369 1163
2011 2141
2461 2038
2835 2844
3278 3509
3154 1727
1767 1242
2012 1822
2579 2177
2477 2273
2595 2092
2495 2364
2293 2208
2409 3032
2671 2792
2Z7.'2 3189
2805 2012
2708 3286
3084 2730
2929 2831
2682 2539
2629 2962
2793 3263
3221 3072
2802 2789
2702 2845
2227 3346
2173 3129
2227 2808
2121 2362
2465- 2309
2362 1965
2215 2159
1947 1883
1390 1878
1592 1926
1648 2073
1526 1778
1616 1718
1425 1527
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SRAPEFRUIT CABID SHIPMENTS (RAIL d BQAT) BY EEKS

Week FIRCIDA ICALIb.TNIA TEAS ARIZONA ALL OTIERS TOIAI
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1938

3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
.15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1939
Jan. -7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
S22
29
:May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
12
19


4 33 28 -
32 4 25 13 -
173 40 8 15 -
224 131 13 25 -
267 331 11 19 12 -
516 387 1 13 91 -
540 396 12 302 -
386 403 3 22 434 78
254 461 11 18 338 511
251 442 13 24 441 559
341 210 4 7 355 292
446 234 8 16 348 279
416 257 8 12 522 246
339 295 4 12 323 419
385 349 11 13 422 585
364 321 12 16 518 462
413 292 7 12 429 385
230 232 4 2 279 238
294 207 4 6 289 508
412 365 10 16 599 410
450 371 6 28 718 817
480 425 12 24 504 851
475 304 15 31 390 642
509 315 14 24 617 416
506 339 10 28 707 501
S427 362 11 23 580 544
494 361 17 28 635 428
595 398 12 22 651 589
697 383 15 39 811 610
648 319 32 31 615 574
568 449 25 34 647 424
526 391 18 38 570 324
641 392 .27 38 402 312
829 535 47 54 283 335
847 455 33 59 251 105
732 498 44 85 198 55
751 327 49 87 128 2
645 469 58 96 128 4
688 445 38 88 72 -
691 255 43 116 11 -
537 224 28 137 1 -
537 184 48 199 2 -
396 109 79 170 -
435 37 61 109 -
254 21 53 48 -
63 6 32 105 -
59 11 97 78 -
65 3 95 85 -
69 1 64 77 -
36 5 40 79 -
14 1 36 101 -
13 2 60 62 -


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"15 57
.79 47
34 40
26 35
22 32
14 30
17 16
17 11
21 24
15 26
6 16
10 15
19 23
27 21
21 24
30 38
26 33
34 37
37 18
24 29.
32 17
49 42
33 65
54 51
52 96
56 112
53 161
64 145
85 165
113 180
93 193
87 165
95 147
77 111
77 103
62 78-
17 26
13 18
3 11
2 2


37 28
57 17
181 55
237 156
290 350
608 400
842 424
838 560
682 1037
739 1065
726 544
824 561
960" 545
683 142
835 958
915 823
864 715
519 488
597 736
1040. 814
1201. 1037
1017 1324 .
910 1015
1166 788
1257 905
1055 947
1170 846
1290 1026
1572 1074
1328 989
1294 958
1166 849
1126 854
1212 1085
1195 764
1059 803
1041 596
924 762
885 698
840 518
643 472
664 486
537 357
513 172
320 87
98 122
158 91
160 88
133 78
76 84
50 102
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MIXED CIPuUS CARIT SIPMEuTS (RAIL. BOAT & 0 E SRESS) BY WEEKS

Week FICRMl CaGlIurNEI TEXAS ARIZONA ALL OITES TOTALS
Ending ... 38-39137-38 339137-8 3937-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38 38-39137-38
1938
Ag.7 6 77 42 77 48
Sept. 3 4 2 76 34 80 36
10 1 6 62 26 63 32
17 6 8 56 34 62 42
24 18 16 -32 23 2 52 39
Oct. 1 44 56 23 18 1 68 74
8 48 46 25 12 7 80 58
15 83 111 30 10 17 2 130 123
22 68 186 27 14 19 34 114 234
29 97 198 15 3 31 77 -- 2 143 280
Nov. 5 187 149 21 54 60 3 3 262 215
12 228 125 8 6 51 59 1 1 5 288 196
19 384 248 10 10 56 '43 2 4 3 4 455 -309
26 301 224 11 10 63 45 1 1 4 5 380 285
Dec. 3 342 344 11 20 59 87 1 1 2 6 415 458
10 528 489 24 29 86 53 1 1 3 6 642 578
17 739 660 17 16 63 44 2 2 4 9 825 731
24 414 320 20 10 19 '10 1 5 12 458 353
31 333 285 18 30 38 18 2 1 389 336
1939
J5- 7 408 330 35 28 54 13 2 1 3 500 374
14 373 264 45 49 85 25 2 2 3 505 343
21 340 283 47 36 64 39 2 1 1 3 454 362
28 378 308 35 36 52 32 1 2 466 378
Feb. 4 415 297 42 42 87 26 1 545 365
11 401 289 38 47 111 57 550 393
18 385 273 55 45 93 52 533 370
25 388 247 57 47 73 33 1 518 328
Mar. 4 387 263 50 22 71 51 508 336
11 365 253 71 46 93 51 529 350
18 326 211 41 62 54. 37 -- 421 310
25 284 209 53 51 42 25 1 379 286
Apr. 1 255 197 56 51 24 22 335 270
8. 254 193 50 42 15 13 319 248
15 252 201 55 41 19 3 5 331 245
22 264 159 71 63 10 3 1 346 225
29 201 140 32 31 2 2 237 171
May 6 191 130 24 21 3 2 220 151
13 151 169 21 51 1 1 173 221
20 152 151 34 52 1 187 203
27 146 92 31 84 1 -178 176
June 3 133 99 42 79 1 1 176 179
10 123 73 67 109 190 182
17 92 50 91 106 1 1 184 157
24 112 23 76 95 1 189 118
July 1 58 12 81 73 139 85
8 51 13 75 77 126 90
15 38 6 161 124 199 130
22 39 138 117 177 117
29 40 1 123 116 163 117
Aug. 5 11 98 110 109 110
12 8 1 88 112 96 113
19 3 107 85 110 85





FIMRIDAEM & BOAT SIPMTS BY CLASSES 1938-39 SASON
rI~ID~ rr~g & BOAT SIITT~S BY CLASSS~FT aM WEEKS 1938-39 SEF.90N


Approilmate number of c6~fs on b'sis of 400 boxes per car.
Truck shipments not included in the United States shipments boat


ly


TRUCK

Week ?M- I..- | -.
Ending SES 1RI |IKSR


1938
Ai:g--A to
Sept. ;3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1939
Jiin. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
12
19


included.


BOAT

Week .. I M- [ TAM3- ,
Ending j ge ~l 3E EE


Cars Cars Cars

3 4 -
4 17
.8 43 -
21 40 -
51 75 -
106 82
161 63 -
193 67
224 69 2
282 81 9
276 94 32
364 106 47
331 90 56
435 105 80
562 127 120
907 126 169
1,005 97 168
251 58 70
315 96 81
398 118 67
453 141 55
493 124 64
463 130 67
491 143 56
490 148 41
501 144 35
522 153 29
528 160 24
552 167 15
461 143 12
419 141 8
376 143 5
315 124 2
270 132 2
278 115 1
240 104 1
232 103 2
218 100 4
213 93 1
179 74 -
188 72 -
143 63 -
157 64 -
117 45 -
70 25 -
73 24 -
56 21 -
34 21 -


Cars Cars Gars Cars


1938
to 3
10
17
24
SOct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1939
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
12
19


1
4
27
97
95
121
193
411
350
341
358
489
462
275
281
499
539
651
568
492
563
588
671
544
599
626
672
651
551
468
529
457
496
497
534
476
556
568
497
387
311
210
295
173
109
111
8
7


2
5
10
6
15
59
135
95
105
118
179
166
203
170
186
187
144
154
176
202
227
258
273
229
181
200
272
326
303
252
219
247
309
283
250
255
239
227
233
190
191
127
158
89
42
22
29
36
19
2
3


TOTAL 14,429 4,475 1,325 TOTAL 18,409 8,008 1,818 11


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1
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MI X CAR ANALYSIS. RAIL SIPENTS 1938-30 S.SAS
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.

CRANGES GRAPEFRUIT TAIEERINES
Date
For Week Season For Week Season For Week Season
___ Ending To Date Enn To Date Ending To Date
1938 % % % % %
Sept. 3 100.0 100.0 -
10 100.0 100.0
17 50.0 27.3 50.0 72.7 -
24 38.1 34.4 61.9 65.6 -
Oct. 1 52.9 45.8 47.1 54.2
8 57.5 50.4 42.5 49.6
15 60.9 54.9 39.1 45.1
22 65.2 57.4 34.8 42.6
29 59.1 58.0 40.9 42.0 -
Nov. 5 56.8 57.6 38.0 40.7 5.2 1.7
12 50.4 55.6 32.4 38.3 17.3 6.1
19 44.3 52.1 29.1 35.5 26.6 12.4
26 49.7 51.6 33.6 35.1 16.7 13.3
Dec. 3 53.3 51.9 23.9 33.1 22.8 15.0
10 51.2 51.8 17.6 29.7 31.2 18.5
17 55.5 52.6 17.5 26.8 27.0 20.6
24 43.1 51.6 14.8 25.4 42.1 23.0
31 45.5 51.1 22.2 25.1 32.3 23.8
1939
Ja 7 54.5 51.4 19.0 24.6 26.5 24.0
14 54.4 51.6 28.0 24.9 17.6 23.5
21 54.1 51.8 34.8 25.5 11.1 22.7
28 55.2 52.0 20.7 25.2 24.1 22.8
Feb. 4 54.5 52.2 36.1 26.0 9.4 21.8
11 51.7 52.2 35.1 26.6 13.2 21.2
18 53.4 52.2 33.1 27.0 13.5 20.8
25 61.6 52.7 30.8 27.2 7.6 20.1
Mar. 4 57.5 53.0 29.7 27.3 12.8 19.7
11 53.5 53.0 39.4 27.9 7.1 19.1
18 55.7 53.2 39.4 28.3 4.9 18.5
25 50.3 53.0 40.8 28.8 8.9 18.2
Apr. 1 55.4 53.1 36.2 29.0 8.4 17.9
8 56.5 53.2 38.4 29.3 5.1 17.5
15 49.8 53.1 45.0 29.7 5.2 17.2
22 51.9 53.1 48.1 30.2 16.7
29 58.8 53.2 41.2 30.5 16.3
May 6 58.0 53.3 41.0 30.7 1.0 16.0
13 51.8 53.3 47.6 30.9 0.6 15.8
20 58.2 53.4 41.8 31.1 15.5
27 59.3 53.4 40.7 31.3 15.3
June 3 55.2 53.5 44.8 31.4 15.1
10 52.9 53.5 47.1 31.6 14.9
17 58.2 53.5 41.8 31.7 14.8
24 63.6 53.6 36.4 31.8 14.6
July 1 60.0 53.6 40.0 31.8 14.6
8 56.9 53.6 43.1 31.9 14.5
15 55.0 53.7 45.0 31.9 14.4
22 60.0 53.7 40.0 31.9 14.4
29 53.7 53.7 46.3 32.0 14.3
Aug. 5 75.0 53.7 25.0 32.0 14.3
12 50.0 53.7 50.0 32.0 14.3




6 -
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TOTAL SHPMETIS FlORIDA CITUS BY E WES
Note- Includes rail, boat, truck, express and mixed citrus broken down into proper
proportions. All light cars counted as individual cars. Boat and truck reduced to
car-lot equivalents on basis 400 boxes per c. Includes Government 'relief' cars
with the number of relief shinped each 'eek (furnished through the courtesy of the
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation) shown in perenthesis for the 1938-39 sea-
son. his ovornment Agency purchased 2,283 cars of oranges during the 1937-38
season.

Week, CRAIGES GRAERUIT TANCERIES TOTALS
Ending 1938-39 71937-38 --938-393 1937-38 1938-391 193-38 9 7-193
1938 re re
Sept. 3 3 37 6 40 6
10 5 -1 194 51 199 52
17 11 3 272 174 283 177
24 38 25 322 392 360 417
Oct. 1 109 126 621 485 730 611
8 400 191 656 474 1,05 665
15 720 755 496 515 1,216 1,270
22 612 936 356 623 968 1,559
29 1,037 1,105 369 636 2 1 1,408 1,742
Nov. 5 1,312 1,254 507 359 72 11 1,891 1,624
12 1,254 990 629 368 251 42 2,134 1,400
19 1,819 1,575 645 432 395 77 2,859 2,084
26 1,427 1,006 543 469 414 162 2,384 1,637
Dec. 3 1,722 1,420 592 540 510 311 2,824 2,271
10 2,336 2,046 599 534 728 569 3,663 3,149
17 3,291 2,534 690 558 837 751 4,818 3,843
24 2,058 1,110 394 358 689 466 3,141 1,934
31 1,356 1,014 429 351 544 542 2,329 1,907
1939
Jan. 7 1,938 1,391 594 523 648 393 3,180 2,307
14 2,122 1,508 677 568 381 290 3,180 2,366
21 2,186 1,463 766 616 247 301 3,199 2,380
28 2,092 1,484 686 494 363 290 3,141 2,268
Feb. 4 1,998 1,658 802 505 281 268 3,081 2,431
11 2,328 4 2,153 801 558 260 236 3,389 2,947
18 2,245 8 2,026 715 557 228 183 3,188 2,766
25 2,540 9 2,002 774 565 181 134 3,495 2,701
Mar. 4 2,234 3 1,897 876 618 161 67 3,271 2,582
11 2,365 4 2,283 1,013 41 612 101 26 3,479 2,921
18 2,518 4 1,915 961 72 508 84 19 3,563 2,442
25 2,313 5 1,792 846 93 658 91 10 3,250 2,460
Apr. 1 2,209 1,812 797 89 580 62 1 3,068 2,393
8 1,910 3 2,069 897 103 585 45 1 2,852 2,655
15 1,773 2 2,100 1,074 125 731 31 2,878 2,831
22 1,876 1,513 1,154 110 610 18 3,048 2,123
29 1,652 1 1,458 953 124 621 9 2,614 2,079
May 6 1,765 1,520 960 133 448 7 2,732 1,968
13 1,463 4 1,718 856 191 610 8 2,327 2,328
20 1,493 25 1,416 894 214 578 7 2,394 1,994
27 1,443 50 940 891 165 356 4 2,338 1,296
June 3 1,429 108 844 687 156 306 2,116 1,150
10 1,516 123 682 685 133 241 2,201 923
17 1,171 59 551 510 126 149 1,681 700
24 1,241 101 337 550 132 60 1,791 397
July 1 934 105 269 331 131 32 1,265 301
8 567 106 115 11 682 117
15 639 74 102 14 741 88
22 419 8 102 4 521 12
29 258 12 110 368 13
Aug. 5 210 55 -- 265
12 60 24 84
19 17 17 34

TOTAL 70,434 ( 618) 55,092 29,626 (2,137) 20,044 7,659 5,151 107,719 80,287




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CITRUS SBIPMETS, in Boxes. SEASNS 1900/01-1938/39
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.

.O .FLO IDA CALIFONIA TEXAS
SEASOS .0ran- Grape- T anger- | _TIS Oran- Grave-
ges I fruit lines I ges fruit
f,


1900-01
1901-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-06
1906-07
1907-08
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39


282,080
779,266
917,993
1,563,963
2,368,954
3,035,306
3,040,881
2,605,000
3,707,200
4,775,430
2,937,990
3,703,920
5,533,110
5,570,715
5,626,260
5,222,955
4,558,830
3,075,530
5,275,100
6,612,480
7,495,200
6,821,280
9,032,760
12,358,800
9,308,520
7,467,840
8,868,240
7,065,360
13,547,520
7,664,040
15,736,610
10,834,176
13,464,485
14,511,496
14,010,560
14,236,916
17,190,976
21,679,591
27,422,640


70,520
194,817
229,498
390,991
592,238
758,827
760,220
645,000
926,800
1,344,090
1,625,580
1,065,900
2,404,995
2,241,120
3,782,925
2,862,465
2,883,510
2,254,920
3,153,500
5,500,080
5,100,120
6,000,120
7,200,000
7,461,720
7,665,480
5,720,940
7,047,568
5,920,560
9,353,160
5,850,720
12,178,590
8,446,080
7,912,105
7,509,501
8,696,684
6,943,826
10,802,103
7,877,787
11,679,200


*Included with Oranges. f As of August 19, 1939.
FIDRIDA: Includes rail, boat & truck shipments.
C~UFI IA: 1918-19 through 1937-38 furnished by the California Fruit Growers Exchange
a represents rail & boat shipments prior seasons from railroad reports.
TEXS: 1933-34 through 1937-38 are rail, boat & truck shipments prior seasons,
production.


*
*
*
*


*


74,250
107,250
53,130
186,645
134,895
290,835
284,625
206,655
251,160
342,040
387,360
604,800
478,800
667,080
498,600
809,280
593,080
779,360
710,800
1,329,080
637,920
1,916,615
1,785,984
1,749,445
1,856,247
1,675,848:
1,855,539
2,781,773
2,027,559
3,071,287


352,600
974,083
1,147,491
1,954,954
2,961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,193,770
4,670,820
4,822,950
8,124,750
7,946,730
9,700,020
8,370,045
7,648,995
5,581,610
8,770,640
12,499,920
13,200,120
13,300,200
16,899,840
20,319,120
17,783,280
13,781,860
16,695,168
13,696,720
24,229,760
14,152,680
29,831,815
21,066,240
23,126,035
23,877,244
24,383,092
23,036,281
30,774,852
31,584,937
421i73,127


9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,994
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303,054
17,508,414
21,525,042
7,908,978
18,230,947
13,675,266
21,170,497
12,216,793
18,875,047
21,161,090
15,964,477
21,915,945
24,999,028
20,328,640
33,898,626
19,196,066
32,728,752
31,771,415
31,151,717
25,711,851
38,818,521
30,414,598
19,450,000
30,170,000
21,808,710##


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3,000


35,000
65,000
211,000
200,000
361,000
524,000
753,000
1,530,000
1,135,000
2,480,000
1,385,000
1,055,352
1,983,024
2,069,268
6,589,668
6,655,383
7,487,130





-'8"-
FI~RA CITRUS US AMD CA WSE BY O MW S & ro-Il2 1938-39 SSASDN
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Camnission
lakeland, Florida

Week __ OR AB G E S IG RAPEFRUIT
enaingek UBoxes Used Tb-Daie Boxe sed J 7o-Date


1938
September 1 to
October 8
15
22
29
November 5
12
19
26
December 3
10
17
24
31
1939
January 7
14
21
28
February 4
11
18
25
March 4
11
18
25
April 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
S8
15
22
29
August 5
12
19
26


(Federal Surplus Conmodities Corporation Purchases NOT Included)


*-


144
821
1,643
3,837
10,749
19,972
11,352
13,355
25,232
27,969
29,553
29,555
37,650
36,715
53,296
44,807
46,972
45,257
42,559
38,975
37,282
38,192
45,698
49,342
47,924
50,459
50,370
49,695
52,085
37,150
23,920
19,148
20,847
23,939
34,280
36,288
26,344
17,814
3,797
2,265
277
15


144
144
965
2,608
6,445
17,194
37,166
48,518
61,873
87,105
115,074
144,627
174,182
211,832
248,547
301,843
346,650
3936,22
438,879
481,438
520,413
557,695
595,887
641,585
690,927
738,851
789,310
839,680
889,375
941,460
978,610
1,002,530
1,021,678
1,042,525
1,066,464
1,100,744
1,137,032
1,163,376
1,181,190
1,184,987
1,187,252
1,187,529
1,187,544


2,266
8,218
10,967
11,717
20,823
49,027
114,771
141,866
190,165
251,926
264,933
208,261
232,133
297,595
304,265
256,769
132,728
129,220
133,441
146,322
174,670
193,305
238,444
310,401
292,916
293,896
356,344
314,151
261,309
218,501
221,075
181,740
158,470
189,344
158,314
176,915
129,622
173,703
213,664
206,795
238,110
260,848
220,252
172,981
134,834
71,941
11,095


2,266
10,484
21,451
33,168
53,991
103,018
217,789
359,655
549,820
801,746
1,066,679
1,274,940
1,507,073
1,804,668
2,108,933
2,365,702
2,498,430
2,627,650
2,761,091
2,907,413
3,082,083
3,275,388
3,513,832
3,824,233
4,117,149
4,411,045
4,767,389
5,081,540
5,342,849'
5,581,350.
5,782,425
5,964,165
6,122',635
6,311,979
6,470,293
6,647,208
6,776,830
6,950,533
7,164,197
7,370,992
7,609,102
7,869,950
8,090,202
8,263,183
8,398,017
8,469,958
8,481,053




9 -
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UNITED STATES CIIUS I(ODUCTION & UTILIZATION, BY .PROI CI~G AREAS, 1935/36-1938/39
Furnished through the courtesy of the Growers Administrative Committee
atkeland, Florida
Source: Bureau of Agricultural Econmnics


and
Utilization


Sran-I '


1938-39
Cmercial Shipmets (fresh) 27066
Relief Shipmens (fresh) 209
Processing, Commercial 1188
Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 2037
TOTAL PRODUCTION 30500
1937-38
C~mrcial Shiments (fresh) 20262
Relief Shipments (fresh) 825
Processing, Commercial 1250
Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 2063
TOTAL PRODUCTION ......... 24400
1936-37
C ercial Shi mets (fresh) 16722
Relief Shipmn s (fresh)
Processing, Comnercial 620
Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 8
TO AL, LPRODUCTION ............1950
1935-36
C oanrcial Shipmezts (fresh) 13934
Relief Shipments fresh)
Processing, Commercial 213
- Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 1753
TOTAL 'PRODUCTION .-.....-....- 15900


2852

548
3400
1979

321
2300
2720

280

1796

304
2100 .


FIFRID CALI.& ARIZ. I EX.


I eft IMF-I


VOTERS
0ran-
nes


eu Vaen- I uran-
&Misci. 1. cias ges .
thousand boxes -
12230 16000 2543
637 925
1148 3600 16
3885 3075 2
17900 23600 2804
13218 21178 1330
690 1174
669 4022 33
2223 3090 67
16800 29464 140W
9788 10910 1888
1461. 4546 -
2118. 1224 112

12701 14845 636
27 171 -
487 1240 -
1394 2184 141
:14609 ..18440 777


TO( .


60790
1771
5952
10257
78770
58063
2689
5974
8049
74775
42113
6627
6198
54938

43954
198
1940
5981
52073


Note- 1938-39 figures: Californa- estimated&; Others preliminary.


Year FIRIDA CALIF. & .ARIZ TEAS Total U. S.
Utilization Grapefruit Grapefruit 1 Grapefruit Grapefruit
1938-39 thousand boxes -
Conmercial Shipnetts (fresh) 10732 2600 7404 20736
Belief Shipments (fresh) 908 291 755 1954
processing, Conmercial : 8700 500 4793 13993
Relief -739 738 1477
Local Consumption, ElimiaMtion, etc. 2621 909 1980 5510
TOTAL PRODUCTION ........ 23700 4300 15670 43670
1937-38 V
Commercial Shipme ts (fresh) 7768 3267 6481 17516
Relief Shipmen s (fresh) -401 401
Processing, Commercial 5956 619 3536 10111
Relief -105 96 1604 1805
Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 771 30.7 259 1337
TOTAL PRODUCTION ......... 1400 69011880 31170
.1936-37
Com cial Shipme.ts (fresh) 9654 1734 5729 17117
Relief Shipments( fresh) 925 1199 2124
Processing, Commercial 6687 745 1721 9153
Relief 36 857 893
Local Consumption, Elimination, etc. 98 1 1 1153
TOTAL PRODUCTION ........ 8100 30440
1935-36
Commercial Shipments (fresh) 6921 3711 2057 12689
Relief Shipmrens (fresh) 10 22 32
Processing, Comnercial 3646 233 606 4485
Relief -
Iocal Consumption, Elimination, etc. 923 104 97 .1124
TOTAL PRODUCTION ... ..... 4070 2760 18330
Note- 1938-39 figures preliminary.


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566
96

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381
85

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10 -
UNICADS OF ORANGES ,i..66. CITIES .FROM JULY 1938 MTRU JULY 1939
BY WIMofas AM EBY S-A.TES OF' CIGIN
CTIOTS
state I JULYI AUG.ISEPT.1 OCT.I NOV. IDEC.I JAN.I FIB.Ma.I A. R.1 MAY I JUNE JULY
Akron-
California 5 5 1 5 8 2 3 3 4 6 3 3
Florida 5 11 11 13 17 17 5 3
Total 5 5 1 5 5. 19 13 16 2 21 11 6 -3
Caifornia 52 53 48 40 10 23 14 12 17 23 17 37 48
Florida 13 65 71 90 89 62 55 55 34 18
Total 52 53 48 53 75 94 104 101 79 78 72 71 66
Atlanta
California 13 27 23 7 9 18
Florida 1 1 10 16 57 21 18 20 12 14 5 1
Total 13 28 24 17 16 57 21 18 20 12 14 14 19
Baltimore
California 113 121 132 82 19 14 14 11 11 17 15 47 77
Florida 7 1 65 121 173 171 209 221 178 198 156 95
Total 120 121 133 147 140 187 185 220 232 195 213 203 172
Alabaa 1 -
California 18 23 23 4 2 9 18
Florida 19 28 67 38 32 40 27 27 16 1
Total 18 23 23 23 28 68 38 32 40 27 29 25 19
Boston
Boston a --- ----- 1 -^^ --- 1 -
Arizona .- -- 1 1
California 349 444 393 488 175 123 137 105 169 171 164 233 285
Florida 20 101 463 558 672 509 755 487 510 415 158
Mississippi 2 -
Texas- 5 -
Total 369 444 393 589 645 682 809 614 925 658 674 648 443
Brigeort
California 16 24 16 11 6 -. 9 5 5 3 1 7 16 13
Florida 10 22 33 40 43 38 28 25 11 2
Total 16 24 16 -. .21.. 28 42 45 48- 41 29 32 27 15
Buffalo
la 1 ,. -
California 66 74 60 63 40 8'62 31 26 40 37 52 83 66
Florida 2 '- 23 70 43 89 94 98 104 81 41 26
Texas 2 -
Total 68 74 60 89 111 105 120 120 138 141 133 124 92
Chicago
Arizona 9 9 2 1 8
California 363 431 424 453 260 278 238 225 230 240 295 295 298
Florida, 14 129.. 238 292 361 427 461 360 416 325 133
Louisian --
Mississippi 4 18 2 -
Texas 11 37 58 59 96 30 16 1 -
Total 377 431 424 598 565 639 658 750 721 616 713 628 431
Cincinnati
Alaban -
Arizona 4
California 100 116 116 105 47 42 26 21 28 28 43 67 83
Florida 18 90 137 186 164 172 212 148 178 145 55
Mississippi 3 9 -
Texas 1 1 -
Total 118 116 116 200 194 232 191 193 240 176 221 212 138
Cleveland i- .... ... -
Arizona 2 1 3
California 125 145 146 150 84 110 89 80 105 95 116 116 104
Florida 2 62 120 111 182 158 168 145 139 126 51
Louisiana 1 -
Mississippi 3 17 -
Texas 1 3 6 3 -
Total 127 145 146 216 227 228 -1 241 273 240 255 245 155










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11 -
UNIDBDS OF CHANGES in 66- CITIES gFROM JULY 1938 THRU JULY 1939
BY ".ON.S AM D BY S' oS CF .RIG.. ( CONTDj,
C A1__IOTS--


I JULYi AM Impi l Oct. I 907.1 IT I JUNE I JULY


Colmbus
Alabanm -. -
Arizona 1 -
California 36 44 36 38 11 39 7 17 23 27 25 24 23
Florida 1 12 46 38 58 64 61 43 41 18 6
Texas- 1 1 1 -
Total 36 44 .37 51 6 78 65 81 84 70 66 42 29

Mzon 1 -
California 23 32 32 22 6 24 6 1 6 9 8 13 15
Florida 6 1 -
Texas 4 2 5 2 4 26 1 -
Total 23 32 32 26 8 30 8 5 32 10 14 14 15


Aizona 1 -
California 10 14 11- 7 1 1 2 2 2 4
Florida 1 10 12 10 9 14 5 4 2
Texas 1 1 1 1 -
Total 10 14 11 8 13 14 10 10 16 7 6 6


Denver
- ifornia 61 -.57 39 55 44 57 40 44 63 49 56 73 62
Mississippi 1 -- -
Texas 3 -
Total 61 57 39 55 48 57 40 44 .63 49 56 73 62
Des Moines
Arizona 1 2 3 -
California 34 30 23 32 19 33 56 26 40 27 34 42
Florida .- 1 4 3 10 5 12 6 6
Mississippi 1 -
Texas 2 4 2 3 12 4 -
Total 34 30 23 36 28 38 69 38 49 41 43 48 *
De)troit
Arzona 4 2 -
California 182 203 187 227 139 191 141 148 177 185 166 161 168
Florida 3 1 38 127 108 173 203 116 159 144 137 54
Mississippi ... 5 11 -
Texas 2 18 10 2 4. 1 -
T-tal 185 A m3 188 272 299 311 316 355 293 344 311 298 '222


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izona-. .- 2 1 -
California 25 26 21 30 17 16 25 20 26 25 36 34 30
Florida 3 7 1 1 2 1 3 -
Texas 1 2 3 1 -
Total 25 26 21 30 23 25 29 21 30 26 39 34 30

ona 6 2 2 -
California 33 37 25 30 11 31 26 20 23 26 32 37 28
Texas 1 -
_ Total 33 37 25 30 17 33 26 20 26 26 32 37 28


Evansville
SCalifornia 11. 11\ 15 8 1 ..2 1 4 4 7 7
Florida .4 14 37 17 19 23 19 14 13 2
Texas 1 -
Total 11 11 15 12 16 39 18 19 27 20 18 20 9
Fort Worth
California 10 14 19 4 4 7 1 1 2 7 5 11 6
Florida 3 1
exas .. .... . 7 10 14 5 1 9 12 4 -
.. lot..-. .10 14 .19 .. 11 14 1 . 6 2 11 9 14 7
Not available.


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UOADS. S S ttCITSS -L JM.ULY Ii1938 EI JULY 1'9
aBY MIBS .AD BYLI' b gQLIIN .(ONT'TP.)

State . JULYl;Al5...ISEP.I 'r.oG WA =I.1 aM.I .I F,. 1 Ai.l 1 MAY lray I H JULY


Grand Rapids


Arizona 2-- -
California 32 40 32 33 43 24 21 32 34 30 35 31
Florida 4 18 20 42 39 50 25 22 19 9
,Texas - 1 -
'Total. 32. 40 3P, 37,. 38 .... 5, 66 61 82 59 52 --54 40
Hartford. .
California 46 44 45 40 15 14 9 9 14 13 17 20 41
Florida 1 31 72 74 99 94 106 92 87 59 17
Total 47 44 45 71 87 88 108 103 120 lO5 104 7q 58


Houston
California 39 44 41 18
Florida. -
Texas 2
Total 39 44 41 20


Iandianapolis


5 17 4 :2 6 7 21 26 23
- -. -. 3 2 -
- 7 2 -
5 17 4 3 13 9 24 28 23


Arizona 2 1 -
Californiba 69 49 58 47 30 36 13 30 33 34 31 53 39
Florida 19 32 57 54 64 36 31 10 5
Texas- 5 4 2 7 -
.Total 69 49 58 47 565 73 72 91i 97 0 62 63 44


Jacksonville


SCalifornia .4 -
Total 4 -
Kansas .City .
Alabna 2 -
Arizona 2 1 2 -
California 64 62 69 66 50 65 41 56 65 75 70 64 72
' Florida 6 8 6 4 6 "3 20 -
isissppi 1 -
Texas 10 24 18 24 11 1 -
Total 64 2 69 87 71 97 65 84 82 80 92 M 72


Lexinon
California
FP1 mr; AFL


4
5


Total


Tone r flnor


4 5


9 18 15 15 14 14
9 18 15 15 14 14


California 11 9 9 5 5 1 1 _.-
Total 11 9 9 5 .5 11 -
Louisville
California 24 38 35 18 1 3 1 -1 1 5 14 22
Florida. -.22. 54 73 58 98 73 50 47 33 7
texas .1 - - -
Total 24 3 35 40 55 77 60 as 74 51 52 47 70

zona 5 1 -
California 27 32 .32 14 5 4 3 1 5 10 23 19 29
Florida .1 22 38 83 61 60 67 38 26 20 10
Mississippi 1 1 -
Texas .- 4 8 13 4 4 5 -
Total 27 32 33 40 52 101 68 65 77 48 54 40 39
Milwaukee .. .. .... ..
Arizona *
California 66 64 57 67 56 82' 66 62- 86 79 75 64 0
Florida 2 21 .23 35 30 48 -42 34 27
Mississippi 3 -
Texas 7 2 9 7. 4 3 -
STotal.. .65. 64 .7. -69 87 105 .103 101 142 125 112 91 *
* Not available.


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13 -
UNICAS O RA S in-66 s ,-.-.CI~SJROM. .jLY 1938 mU. JULY 1939

state JULY t T T. TI.' V .lC Ic. JAN .1 F-,.1 MAR. A-s.IW I a, M S JU ULY
Minneapolis '" "
.Alabama -
California 71 64 64 78 91 68 72 89 75 73 78 73
Florida. 1 5 18 "3 .20 20 16 13 5
Mississippi ,2 -
Texas 10 5 4 11 7 -
Total 71 64 64 79 71 7101 g- 85 116 95 89 91' 78
3ashvillne- -..
CaI ornia 13 17 12 10 1 4 12 5
Fl66rda 1 17 35 103 : 56 47 64 32 22 16 8
Total 13 17 13 27 35 103 56 .47 ...64 33. 26 28 .- 13
Newark
k-ifornia 13 23 19 11" 10' 2 3" 4 3 3 7 4
Florida 1 47 131 135 132 203. 143 116 49 50
Total 13 23 19 12 57 '133. 138 136 206 143 119 56.. 54
New Haven
California 23 30 '.27 14 5 8 2 1 4 3 2 12 10
Florida 8 32 30 42 39 35 27 22 20 7
Total 23 30 27 22 37 38 '44 40 39 30 24 32 17
.New Orleans
California 33 42 37 14 6 18
*Florida 1 2 38 57 77 59 71 138 80 80 126 54
Louisiana .. .3 .4 .. 2 -
Texas .-. -_ 1 -
Total 33 43 39. 55 61 77 59 74 138 80 80 1L2 72
New York
Arizona- 3 7 2 -
California 837 1315 1277 1114. 630 36. 318 235 371 397 487 523 717
Florida 285 12 4 436 1132 1479 1907 1706 1945 1483 1809 1589 904
Mississippi 2 '- -
Texas 1 3 8 1 -
Puerto Rico 1 -- -
Total 1122 1327 1281 1552 1770 1820 2228 1941 2318 8 2296 211 161
Norfolk
California 15 15 10 2 2 2 2 8
Florida' -- 7 6 14 3 2 1
.- o tal.. 15 15 1 .-2 1 .2 7 8 16 3 2 "
Oklahoma City
Arizona 1 - -
California 25 20 23 19 10 33 5 7 16 14 18 23 ,15
Florida 1 .4 7 2 -
Sotal b 20 23 19 11 54 -7 16. 14 25 2b lt5
Om ria . ,
alifornia 42 30 30 34 28 33 25 36 38 42 42 42 31
Florida -. 1 .4 2 2 1 2 6 5 6 1
Texas 3 . '5 .4 11 11 -
Total 42 0 5 3 0 31 48 51 48 47 4 "32
Peoria '
* -- zona 1 -
California 30 30 28 33 24 30' 26 25 21 25 25 26 -24
Florida 8. 12 8 8 3 4 4 1
Texas' .' 1 1 -. -
Total 30 30 28 33 33 31 39 34 29 29 30 25
Philadelphia
alifornia 371 453. 407 .338 119 60 59 52 66 82 107 207 288
Florida 33 169 442 597' 657 643 768 582 680 480 216
Mississip i 1 6 '. -
Total 404 453 407 508 567 -.657 .716 695 834 664 787 687 504




14 -
.UmDg OF mEa : 66;. CITI "ROM JUY 1938' TER: JULY 1939
By. M H S.AND. BY S'ES O. ORIGIN (CONT.DJ
___ dkSS&Tt __ .


seas. I earl 4ts.1sms. oct. l azz


Pittsburgh
California 171 200 178 167 99 121 83 87 126 128 177 175 151
Florida 5O 102 126 149 158 187 149 166 127 35
Louisiana 1 -
Mississippi ,- 3 8 -
Total 171 200 178 22 215 248.. 233 245 314 277 343 302 18


Portland, Me.


Arizona 1 -
California 29 32 17 25 10 .17, 11 12 17 15 15 27 23
Florida 2 14 16 21 10 14 14 7 1 -
, Total 29 32 17 27 24 34 32 22 31 29 22 28 23


Portland, Ore.


C aliforna 40 3 34 51 49 79 62. 68 71. 80 60 51 46
Sotal 40 47 34 bI 4V 7V 62 58 71 80 60 51 46


Prtridenhce
California 40 51 34 58 20 19 8 15 19 16 14 27 *
Florida 6 16 65 67 .. 87 68 89.. 88. 61 43
Teexas ** 1' -- -
'Total 468- 51- 34 74 .. 88 9- 5 3 o '8310 104 7 7. 0


Richmond
California
Florida
Total
Rochester


19 11 17
19 11 17


3 11 12
S3 11 12


- 1 4
5 14 8 8
5 14 9 12


CaZiornia 366 41' 28 34 '24 30 13 17 23 22 20 20 26
Florida 2 11 35 27 33 35 33 42 25 17 2
Texas 1 3 2 1 -
Total 38 41 28 45 60 60 48 53 56 64 45 37 28
St. Louis
Albama 2 5 -
Arizona 9 ... 4 -
'California- 113 132 139 13 109 122 82 83 114 ..99 126 180 100
Florida 1 - 11 5' 57 44 65 77 88 68 78 63 18
Louisiana r 1 7 -
Mississippi 1 -
.Texas -.- -.- - 37 47" 29 30' 19 5 -
Total *114 132 139 159- '225 219 176 190 225 172 204 243 118


St. Paul
California 40 38 29 41 31 42 33 33 42 36 45 41 36
Florida 1 4 12 2 6 8 .10. .4 -
STeas ........-.. 4 -. 7 12 .; -
Total. '40 38 29 41 36 46' 45 42 60 44 55 45 36
Salt Lake City.
California 13 20 19 28 17 31 20 18 16 29 32 23 25
Total 13 20 19 28 17 31 20 18. 16. .29 ....2 3 25
San" Antonio
''itornia "13 16 13 '' '7 4 3 1 1 4 12 12 *
Total 13 16 13 7 4 3 1 1 4- 12 12 *


Califoria 14 36 48 48 28 35 21 10 23- 14 22 11-. 11
Total 14 36 48 48 28 .35 .- 21 15 2-3 14 22 11.," 11


Seattle
Arizona
California


S~i


- - 4- 3- 1 3 1 -
64 62 49 43 53 89 81 83 96 74 90 71 62


* Not available.


Total 64 68 4 43 53 89 81 83 96 75 93 72 "62
Salifoia 7- 8 10 4 -2 9 2 1. 2 5 4
Unknown 1 1 *
Total 7 8 10 4 2 9 2 1 2 5 5 "


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15 -
UIw ADS. RAES in 66 .CTIVS l'ROM JY 1938-ERU .fM' 1l939
BY AMNsS' AND BY SS RIIN (IN
.CARITS


State


I.. -.-- -


I JULYi ADG.ISEPT.1 OCT.! NOVol.ITEC.1 JAN.1 FEB.| MARol APR I JULY


Sioux City
California 17 13 21 18 9. 23 33 25 31 26 18 25 27
Florida.. 1 .- 1 2 4 2 -
Texas 4 3 8 -
Total 17 13 22 18 14 23 33 28 41 30 20 25 27
Spokane
Caifornia 25 20 20 22 12 30 24 28 31 32 30 24 *
SToal. "25. 20 20.. 12. 30 M24 2s 31 32 30 A4 *
Springfield, Mass. ' "
California 21 31 25 26 7 13 7 4 9 10 7 14 P
Florida 1 7 33 28 45 53 47 43 41 27 *
Total 22 31 25 33 40 41 52 57 55 53 48 41 *
Syracuse ... .
Clifornia 28 45 26 37 5 16 9 10 11 16 16 24 17
Florida 4 25 33 30 33 37 35 28 10 4
Texas 1 2 -
Total 28 45 26 41 31 51 39 48 48 51 44 34 21

Terre Haute
California 5 4 3 5 1 10 4 3 5 3 5 2
Florida 2 6 5 3 8 5 1 -
Texas 1 1 -
Total 5 4 3 5 4 16 9 7 13 8 6 2
Toledo..
Tizona -- 1 2 -
California 47 32 33 24 12 35 16 26 24 28 21 36
Florida 1 16 16 21 31 46 24 11 9
Texas 4 1 -
Total 47 32 33 29 3 53. 37 57. 70 52 = s2 45 *
Washington ..
California 60 83 67 21 4 5 2 3 4 11. 37
Florida 1 4 2 12 4 3 27 75 69 58 15
Total 61 83 67 25 6 17 6 3 27 78 73 69- 52
Worcester
California 1 2 4 7 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 2
Florida 1 2 9 2 9 2 2 1 -
Total 1 2 4 8 2 4' 11 4 10 3 3 3. 2
YouIngstom ..
alifornia 18 14 12 15. 6 20 7 9 16 19 21 21 11
Florida 15 13 33 17 23 15 10 -
Total 18 14 12 15 21 33 40 26 39 34 31 21 11
SNot available.
1939 figures subject to change.


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UNLOADS OP GBAPEBRUIT' in- 66 CITIS ROM JULY .1988 -EB JULY 1939


state I rYI AIG EPT ,-OT I EB. D JhA l -. I R. AR.1- M&Y JUnE JULY
Alkron
Alkron .... .. .. .... ... ... ... ..... ... ...... .. ... ... ..
Sorida 1 3 .4 9 3 2 1
Texas- 5 .4 5 3 7 4 .
Total.. .- 5 .7 16 1 2 1

Sor a 5 20 20 .'. 21" -31 28' 23 23 18 8 2
SCalifornia 2 2 1
T b .as .- 5 ", .-.-. 18 1-- -
Tbtal 5 21 21 0--21 32 -28 23 23 18 10 3


Atlanta
7Florida
'California
Cuba -


Total


5 5 4 .4 6 9 19 10 9
1 1 -
I 4. -- 1 n l


Baltimore
Florida 2 23 49 50 46 55 66 95 87 89 53 17
California 2 -- -
Teas 11 3 8' 7 8 7 7 5 -
-Total 3- -2 23 60 53 54 62. 74. 102 94 94 53 17


California
Texas
Total


1 1


5 5 6 3 6 3 10 18 11
- 1 6 2. 4 .1 3
S9 12 .5 o 4 13 1i 11


Boston.
Florida 37 174 175 95 189 141 223 246 166 93 29
SCalifornia 16 17 1 4 8
STexas 7 31 35 27 33 30 20 -
Sb- 3.. 5 .. --.. .. --. -
Total 16 43 -181 206-.. 130 .216 174 257 266 166 93 37
Bridgeport
Florida 1 6 11 .3 9 9 8 10 8 3 1
S-Total Totl 1 11- .3- 3 9 8 10 8 3 1
Buf. .... .lo.'--.. .....--
lorida 15 25 24 20 33 27 39 41 39 -19
California 1 4 1 1
Texas -- 15 22 14 15 .12--.. 21 6 -
Cuba . . -
Total 1 4 16 40 46 34 48 39 60 48 39 19 1
Chicago
Ar izona -.9 - -- -- 3 -
Florida. ...- 4 -3 .76- .95 22. 33 30. 27 37 58.. 129 119 13
California 12 24 4- 2 1 1 18
Texas 5 151 248 284 252 330 393 254 136 2
Cuba 1 2- -
Puerto Rico 1 -
Imports(Unnow) 1 -
Total 25 29 88 248 270 317 282 357 430 312 269 122 31
Cincinnati
Florida 1 50 37 20 16 38 37 52 55 60 49 14
California 8 5 2 .5
Texas 49 59 -59 51 58 85 41 37 -
Arizona 7 -
Cuba L 1 2 -
iotal 16 6 5 86 9 75 89 95 131 96 97 51 19
Cleveland
Florida 36 51 30 28 48 61 62 85 67 52 5
California 6 7
Texas 43 62 68 88 65 73 44 20 -
Arizona 2 -
Total 2 6 36 94 92 96 1 26 135 129 87 52 12


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UNID.ADS OF GI2APEFRUIT in 66 CITIES TROM JULY 1938 TBU JULY 1939
JJY VJN J.MDN O. 3i P.JfL aaa '.,,~FTITS AT~ND BY STATES tW (TIGIN (rCN'f'r1'try


State;; I JULYI AJ I ISEPTJ OCT.I NOV. tDEC.I JA.I. FEB .1 Ma .I AER.I MAY I JUE JULY
Columibus
Florida 8 18 13 17 36 25 41 35 20 17 4
California 2 2 -1 3
Texas 18 18 -9 14 10 12 10 2 -
Arizona -- -" 1 -
Total 2 2 8 3A 31 29 35 53 45 22 -19 7


"-2i -"ia
Dallas
Florida
California


Texas
Total


Dayton
Florida
California
Texas'
Total
Denver.
Caifornia
Texas
Arizona
Total
Des Moines
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total


2
2. -
- 1 6 5 7 11 12 24 18 1
2 1 b b 7 11 12 24 18 1 2


S- 1 2 2 5 3 3 S

- 3 3 3 3 3 4 1 *
- 3 3 5 5 9 4 4 *


6 13
- -


'1 1


4


4


Detroit
Florida 1
California. 7 13.
Texas- -
Arizona 7
Cuba -
Total 14 14


Duluth
TForida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total
El Paso
California
Texas
Arizona
Total
Evansville
lorida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total


- 1


2

3 -
3
5-


1 -


1- -


Fort Worth
Florid- -
California 1
Teias' ........ -
iotal ". 1 -


Grand Rapids
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total


1 10


1 10


4
-


4a


- 14 15
7 4 4 1 -
- 7 3 12 1
7 11 7 -27 16


4 -2 7 .15

- 25 34 29 52 43 .64 15 6

R 27 34 29 52 43 84 22 23


45 84 33 38 46 51 62 77 82 57 10
- 1 3 10
2, 60 98, 97 101 143 143 .74. 32 1 -

S131 135 194 205 151 63 -
48 144 131 135 147 194 205 -151 118 64


1i 4 -. ._ 5 6 5
1 2
- 13 12 13 "17 16 24 9 8 -
- -- 2 3
2 17 12 13 17 .16 25 14 16 10


- 1

- 1


2 4 4 4 1

2 4 4 4 1
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3 1 1 1 2 5 5

S. 5 6 3"' 5 6 10 4 -
- 16
3 5 8 3 8 7 11 8 5 6


2 i -
2 3 2'' 4 17 18 -
2 3 '3' 3" 2- 5- 4 17 18


2 9 4 19_ 16 26 20 13 4
- 2 1
2 1
- 14 20 16 11 8 16 -

2 14 29 20 30 24 42 55 15 6


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18 -
UNIADS OF CRA UIT in. 66 CITIES JULOM 1938 THRU JULY 1939


state ..I JY AIsSEPT. OCT. NOV. )SC. JN.FB. AI MY I JE JULY
State ..1 aTZyI .AUrJS,,I .l ocIOCT. I NOV. "EC.:I JAN.l TO.I .IRlI I |aM'l t.UY


Hartford.
Florida
T -


- 7 21 30 26 29 33 31 -25 32 14 2
.7 T


a 3 I -
Total ? 1 30 29 30 35 31 25 32 14 2
Houston, ..
S-California . 3 1 -
Texas 1 2 3 4 8 12 5 3 -
Arizona 1 -
Total 2 3 1 1 2 3 4 8 12 5 3
Indianapolis .... .
Florida .-. -, 4 1 1 .. .. 3. 9 13 9 16 8 3
California 2 2 1 5
Texas 21 26 29 47 40 42 35 3 -
Arizona 1 2 7 9
Total .... 2 .4 2. 27 29 5 49 55 46 27 17 8
Jacksonville -
Kansas City
Floida 13 4 3 22 33 -
California 6 11 3 1 1 9
Texas 57 49 47 60 53 868 47 11 -
Arizona 2 1
Total 6 11 16 61 49 4 60 53 86 51 35 35 9


Lexington
Texas
'Total
Los Angeles
California
Arizona
Troal1


- 1 2 2 1 3 3 4 9 4 1
- 2 4 3 2 2 3 1
- 1 4 6 4 5 5 7 10 o 4 1 *


3 I
- 1


1--1---.
1 1 2
1 1 I


Louisville
Y. .lorida .. -. .7 ... 2 .1 .18 -16 15 21 7
California -- --2 2 4
Texas' "- 13 11 20 9 13 9 '- -
Arizona -. -. 2 2 -
Total 7 20 16 22 19 24 29 24 27 11 4


SFlorida
California
Texas
Arizona


.- ....- 9 ..... 3 9 2 .. 9 10 4
- 2. - -.
.- -..4 20 23 26 20 18 39 23 7 -
3 ----- -


STotal 3 6 14 20 23 26 23 18 48 25 16 10 5
Milwaukee
lorid 1 8 1 3. 2 2 10 26 12
California 1 1 1 2 -
Texas 34 48 54 61 55 87 47 9 -
Arizona 2
Total 1 1 2 44 48 55 64 57 89 57 35 14
Minneapolis
Florid 1 8 4. 2 1 1 2 30 32 20 7
California 4 2 1 3
Texas 1 55 68 72 104 67 103 31 12 -
Arizona 1 1 3 6 -
STotal 5 3 9 59 70 73 105 68 105 62 47 27 1o
Nashville
Florida 4 8 ~ 8 10 18 16 .20 10 13 4 4
Texas 6 3 3 2 3 5 5 1 -
Total 4 14 11 13 20 19 25 15 14 4 4


N ewark
-Flrida


T'otai


7 1
'7 1


Not available.


- 1 23 23 50 51 45 67 51 32
- 1 23 23 50 51 45 67 51 3'2


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UNIOAD JGYIU. S2E IT -FT N SV. l JS.JULY 1938 TaRU JULY 1939
st.Yte MON I. JXfsYIT GR ,.1 (I NT'R.

State JULYl fl.f SPT.l..OCT.| MV DEC.1 JAN.J FEB.1 MAR. APER. MAY JUNEl JULY


New Haven
Florida
Texas
ITot+.l1


8 13 5 8 6
8 14 5 8 6
8 14 5 8 6


7 18 15 4
7 185--- 4 -


New Orleans
Florida 1 1 12 9 .7 9 16 15 23 22 33 33 12
Texas 5 7 4 1 7 23 5 4 1
Cuba 3 1 -
Total 1 4 13 14 14 13 17 22 46 27 37 33 13
New York Ci"
Florida 25 1 199 637 774 636 798 745 1119 822 914 557 174
California 38 39 7 3
Texas 18 53" 82 41 81 55 33 7
Cuba 48- 76 -
Puerto Rico 37 44 28 13 1 4 27
Total 100 132 310 668 827 718 839 806 1174 855 922 561 204


NorTollk
=lorida
ToMtal
Oklabhon City
florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total
Omnha
Florida
California
Texas
A'n 4 nn.


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3
- 3


2
3
- 1
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4 1 2
4 1 -2


- 1 7 1
- 2 -
3 3 2 2 -
- 5 2 -
3 3 21 I0 9 1-


- .3 4 4 8 4
2 2 2
- 23 24 23 34 23 33 24 5 1
- 57-- 53-- -33 7 4
*2 23 24 23 34 23 33 28 f.7 11


TT


TT~'rida 5 2 2 2 2 4 4. 1
Texas 10 14 15 25 26 30 9 2 -
Arizona -
Total -15 16 17 27 28 30 .13 7 -' 1


Philadelphia
Florida 4 60 145 177 174 195 187 282 254 252 142 41
California 6 6 -4 -- -
Texas -*--20 32 -39 24 41 36 22 10 -
Total 10 6 64 165 209 213 219 228 318 276 262 142 41
Pittsburgh
. Florida 37 58 59 48 70 52 68 83 83 33 5
California 3 6 1 5
Texas 1 20 -39' 37 34 "'40 45 34 19 -
Arizona- 5 1
.Isle of Pines 1 --- -
T total 8 7 39 78 98 85 104 92"-"113- '117 102 33 11
portland, Me..
Florida 5 5 5 5 6 9 7 3 1 -
California 1 1 3
Texas 2 4 1 2 1 4 1 -
Arizona 1 -- -
Total 1 1 7 9 6 7 ".' 13 8 4 2 3
Portland, Ore.
Flori 2 1 1 4 2 2 3 4 3 1
California 12 10 7 1 4 4 7 3 2 2 2 13
Texas 23 1 6 14 6 8 8 2 -
Arizona 12 21 11 18 21 25 19 27 22 2
Total 12 10 9 37 23 25 36 36 38 32 35 27 16
Not available.


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.-


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UNIbADS OF EFRUIT in 66 CITIES FROM JULY 1938 TBRU JULY 1939
xwn av awma no --- tenarn)


*JI .3. ~ P *U'Jf J.J..Lh 36W ~urar vv~ ,u~h. I&at ..


CABLOTS
State I JULYI AJG.ISEPT.I OCT.I 0.1 DEC.I JA.I FEB.1 M .I AR.1 MAY I JUE JULY


Providence
Florida 1 3 16 20 14 26 14 21 25 16 11
California 2 -
Total 1 5 16 20 14 26 14 21 25 16 11 *


Richmond
Florida
Texas
Total
Rthat+.iater


- 2 2 1 4 1 6
- 1 -
- 2 2 2 4 1


5 3
S -3


Florida 3 7 8 12 11 5 12 11 9 5
California 1 1
Texas -. 6 7 5 5 5 7 6 -
Total 1 3 13 15 17 16 10 19 11 9 5 1


Louis


loria 32 15 2 2 1 7 22 41 4
California 4 8 -- 9
Texas 1 56 107 114 137 123 164 129 78 6 -
Arizona 9- -- -
toT 13 8 33 71 109 I14 137 125 165 136 100 47 13


St. Pauld
Florida
California
Texas


1 5 -8 12 2 -
- 120 2- 27 28 3 1
16 20 21 27 28 37 20 2 -


Arizona .- -
Total 2 21 20 21 27 25 37 28 16 6 -
Saltlake' iy -
lorda -2 2 1 1 -
California' 1 2 1 -
Texas 2 2 -
'Arizona 2 1 3 4 6 1 -
*L totall 2 .3 4 4 1 1 5 8 1 1
.San Antonio
California 2 -
Texas 3 5 10 15 5 *
S Total 2 3. 5 10 15 5 -
San Francisco
California 10 13 12 12 20 9 14 15 17 20 20 9
Arizona 1 27 21 13 24 18 12 22 26 14 4
Total 11 13 7.12 27 3. 3 .33 3.. 3 .32 27. 39 46 34 13
Seattle :.
Florida 1 3 2 4 2 -
California 18 19 6 1 2 1 4 8 10 1 6 5 12
Texas 31 6 12 15 8 16 10 10 1
Arizona 1 12 25 16 23 22 20 26 31 22 3
Total 19 19 7 44 33 32 44 42 48 37 47 28- b15
Shreo.port ...
Texas 1 -
Total 1 -


ux City
loi 2 3 4 5 10 1
California 1 4 1 1 1 5 2
Texas 15 19 21 .30 28 32 17 3 -
Arizona- 1
Total 1 4 3 18 19 21 3 28 32 22 10 15 3


Florida
Calif ornia
Texas
Arizona
Total


4 2 1 2 2 4 2 3
12 1 5 8 7 4
2 1 3 4 5
4 2 20 5- 8 15 13 12


1 2
2 3
5 11
*B--5?


SNot available


St.


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*


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0


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4


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UNLOADS OF GRAPEFRUIT in 66- CITIES EROM JULY 1938 TERU JULY 1939
BY MONTS AMN BY ST O.OII OMNT- '
dARbLOTS -
s.tate I TJULY! A .1.3EPT.1 OCT..J OV.! DEC.! JA..I FEB. MAR.1 ARR.I MWY I JUE JULY


Springf field, Mass.
Florida
California
Texas
Total

Tlrida
California.
Texas
Arizona
Total


1~

1 -


4 14


4 14


8
-


6 8

1 3

7 11


12 19

2
IT ,7,


8 15 19


8 15 19


4 10 12 14 13 12

1 3 2 2 -

5 13 14 16 13 12


Terre Haute
Florida
Texas
Total
Toledo
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Total
Washington
Florida
Texas
Total


Worcester


- 2
4 6


4 8


6 5 -

- 9 14

" 14 14


4 10 17
- 4 7
4 14 24


2 2


2 2


6 12 18 12 8 6
3 2 2
10 16 9 8 -
S2 4 3 2
10 22 23 29 18 11 10


24 20
5 2
2'9 22


a
a
a


3 14 51 37 12
3 1
6 15 51 37 12


lorida 3 2 1 7 5 5 1
Total 3 2 1 7 5


1 2 7
- 1
1 3
1 3 -11


4 6 13 16 11 5 2
3 3 2 2 -
7 9 15 18 11 5 ---2


Not available.
1939 figures subject to change.


Youngstown
Florida
California
Texas
Total


r


--


S--


I


"


ii


i i i


" Not available.
19S9 figures subject %0 change.


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UNLOADS OF FLORIDA- TANGERINES in 66 CITIES

City" I NOV. I D I JA. FEBn. I M I APR. MAY I JE
Akron . -
Albany 9 6
Atlanta 1 2 -
Baltimore 15 49 43 18 7 -
Birmingham 4 1 -
Boston 31- 103 88 55 5 4 -
Bridgeport 1 4 7 1 -
Buffalo 12 24 29 8 6 1 -
Chicago -- 69 110 103 39 5 -
Cincinnati 23 64 47 18 3 -
Cleveland 26- 73 57 14. 4---
Columbus 2 20 2 -
Dallas -- ...
Dayton ..
Denver 1 2 1 -
Des Moines 2 -
Detroit 36 91 67 17 3 -
Duluth I ..
El Paso -
Evansville 1 5 1
Fort Worth -
Grand R~aids 2 -
Hartford. 5 .16 16 .8 .2 1... -
Houston 1. -
Indianapolis 4 21 4 -
Jacksonville -
Kansas City 6 13 7 -
Lexington 1 -
Los Angeles .
Louisville 2 12 3
Memnhis 3 2 -
Milwaukee 8 19 10 9 1 -
Minneapolis 5 10 8 2 -
Nashville 2 10 1 3 -
Newark 1 10 8 -
New Haven .3 S 5 11 3 1 -
New Orleans -2 2 6 -
New York City 294 431 476 293 183 62 24 1
Norfolk -
Oklahoma City 1 1 -
Omaha 2 2 2 -
Peoria 3 -
Philadelphia 74 165 142 70 30 6 2 -
Pittsburgh 42 83 78 35 9 -
Portland, Me. -
Portland, Ore. -- 1 1 -
Providence 5 20 19 11 3 -
Richmond 1 1 -
Rochester 2 12 8 3 .
St. Louis 24 37 30 11 1 -
St. Paul 1 2 1 -
Salt Lake City -
San Antonio -
San Francisco -- -
Seattle ---- .
Shreveport . .
Sioux City 1 3 1 -
Soane -- -
pringfield,ass. 1 4 1 4
yracuse 3 7 -
Tampa -
Terre Haute -
Toledo 4 9 4 1 -





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UNLOADS OF FlORIDA mAGERINES in 66 CITIES
SFR5 NOV-fBaER 1938 TeU JUNE 1939(CO
CSRIDTS
City I No7. I DEC. I JA. EB. I LWR. I R. I MAY I JUNE
Washingon 1 3 -
Worcester -
Youngston 2 1 -

. Additional tangerine unloads as follows:-
Chicao"'"0 1 car Texas unloaded in Dec. 1938.
Portland, Ore. 1 Calif. Dec. 1938.
San Francisco 1 Calif. Nov. 1938.
Seattle 10 Jan Nov. 1938.
80 Dec. 1938.
9 Jan. 1939.
Spokane 1 Jaan Dec. 1938.
Springfield 1 Calif. Jan. 1939.


















UNLOADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES FROM JULY 1938 3TRU JULY 1939
BY NTES Ua D BY STIES O 5IGIN UURNT'A.
State I J A EC. FEBOTS JUNI
State I JUlY sat.ISsTe.I 0CI. OV.I DEC. J6H.I FrE.I >.I Jf.I MAY amEI JULY


Atlanta
California
Florida
Total
Baltimore


5 1 -
1 i 2 5 11
1 5 1 2 5 11


1 2
2 1 2
3 1 4


California 5 2 1 1 2
Florida 2 9 35 51 66 47 51 35., 29 25 18
Texas 4 4 4 1- -
Total 7 2 1 9 39 55 66 47 53 35 29 25 20


15 10
i- -


2


2 1 1 1 6 5 9 11 5 15
2 40 101. 112 118 120 125 102 67 26
'4 41 102 .. 113 124 125 134 113 72 41


Arizona
California 12 23
*- Florida -
Texas -
TotaJl 12 23


7 3 3 ... 9 8 9 5 8 27
8 30 26. 55 38 36 26 25 18 18
- 4 18 23 35 38 23 2 -
7 15 52 50 99 85 7 37 30 27 -45


Boston
Caifornia
Florida
..otal


1 I -


. . I I I I


I I I


15 10 2... iiI


I II


To a 12 211.. .





24 -
UNIOADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES FROM JULY'1938 THRU JULY 1939
BY MMNT S AND BY SLAES ao ORIGIN (CONT'DJ

State I JULYJ AU.ISEPT.T OCT. -OV.1 DEC.I JAN.I FEB.I Ma1E. AJR.I MAY I JUnI JULY
Cincinnati
Arizona -- -
California 4 10 7 1 .1 .2 3 -- 9
Florida 5 18 50 79 50 40 47 33 29 16 21
Texas -- 4 '9 1 1 1 -
Total 4 1 12 8 1 895 1 4 55 6b 29 15 6U
Cleveland

California 14 3 1 2 1 4 6 3 4 8
Florida 2 7 17 19 29 20 18 19 12 12 8
Texas 4 2 1 2 -
Total 16 3 1 7 21 23 30 23 22 25 15 17 16
Dallas
alifornia 1 1 -
Texas 1 .- 2 -
Total 3 -
Denver
California 3 2 1 2 9
Texas 1 -
Total 3 2 2 9
Detroit
rizona 1 -
California 7 11 2 3 8 9 1 2 7
Florida 4 31 64 56 48 53 49 26 38 20
Teas 4 10 4 1 -
Total 7 11 6 39 71 66 60 63 49 27 41 27
Fort Worth
California 1 1 1 -
Florida -- 1 -
Texas 2 2 -
Total 2 1 2 1 1 -_
Indianapolis
California 1 -
Florida 1 1 -
Texas 1 -
Total 1 2 1 -
Kansas Ciy
aliornia 2 1 2 4 2
Florida.. 1 -2 1 -
Texas 1 2 5 10 15 9 3 -
Total 2 1 1 2 5 11 15 9 5 2 5 2
Los Aneles -
Milwaukee .
California 4 4 ........- 1 2 2 6 1 2 3 *
Florida 1 9 4 1 1 6 9
Texas -. 4 2 11 13 4 3 -
Total 4 4 4 6 11 17 16 -11 4 8 12 *
Minnea po-is
California -- 2 2 1 3 1 1
Florida 2 4 4 3 2 6 2 -
Texas 10 10 5 19 12 -
Total 12 14 9 '2 16 7 5 1 1
Newark
ifornia 1 1 2 1 6 -
Florida 1 5 1 21 4 22 -- -
Total 1 1 5 17 23 5 28 -


New


* Not available.


Orleans
California 2 4 8 2 1 1
Florida 2 3 4 3 3 5 6 3 5 2 -
Louisiana 1 7 15 6 2 -
Total 2 4 10 4 11 18 9 7 6 3 7 3 1




25 -
UNIDADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 29 CITIES FROM-JULY 1938 MTRU JULY 1939
BY 7 MONTHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN ICONT'J) -
CAGOUTS
State JULY AU.ISEPT.1 OCT.0 NOV..I DEC JAAN. FEB. MA APR. M&Y JUNE JULY
New York Cit
California 72 8 1 3 1 5 3 9 84
Florida 13 8 32 137 138 104 100 91 73 54 42 22
Texas 4 1 1 -
Total 13 72 16 32 141 139 105 104 92 78 57 51 106
Oklahoma. City
Florida 1 -,-.- -
Total 1 -
California 2 6 6 1 7 9 4 9 6 3 1 4
Florida 3 1 4 2 2 7 5 6
Texas 4 4 3 1 2 -
otal 2 6 6 8 12 16 7 11 8 10 6 10
Philadel hima
California 6 14 4 3 3 2 1 7
Florida 2 1 1 21 68 91 100 96 61 41 37 56 17
Texas 1 1 -
Total 8 15 5 21 69 92 103 99 63 42 37 56 24
Pittsburgh
California 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 8 5 2 4 8
Florida 2 3 21 56 80 70 82 74 19 23 23 9
Texas 1 3 2 7 -
Total 4 2 5 53 59 82 73 91 82 24 25 27 17
Portland., Ore.
Arizona 1
California 5 1 9 3 2 2 3 5 3 3 2 9
Texas 1 -
otal 5 1 9 3 2 2 3 5 4 3 3
St. Louis
Caliornia 2 3 1 1 3 1 2
Florida 2 25 23 11 8 4 2 6 10 5
Louisiana 1 -
Texas 1 6 24 28 17 20 11 4 1

St.. Paul
S p Total 2 3 2 9 so 51 28 28 18 6 7 11 7

Callornia 1 1 -
Florida 2 2 1 -
Texas 2 3 3 9 7 7 3 -
Total 2 3 5 9 7 9 3 2 -
Salt Lake City
California 6 1 1 1 1 5
Total 6 1 -- 1 1 1 5
San Franci sco
California 7 1 1 -
Sa Total 7 1 1 1 -
Seatt'le -- ---
Ariona 2 2 1 1 5 -
California 5 6 3 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 5
Total 5 6 3 1 2 3 4 2 2 3 7 2 5
Washington
California i
Florida 2 9 10 10 11 10 2 -
Total 2 9 10 10 11 10 2 1


1939 figures subject to change.





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26 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FIRIIA. ClTRUS (RAIL. BOAT & TRUCK) 1938-39 SEASON


Distribution-was obtained on over 100,000 cars of Florida citrus during the
1938-39 season, which far exceeded the tabulations of any previous year. Particularly,
when it is taken into consideration that this does not represent the entire season, it may
be realized all the more the unusually large volume of the 1938-39 citrus crop. The rail
and boat movement contributed nearly 50,000 straight cars of oranges 'and slightly more
than 20,000 cars, of grapefruit. 'ngerines reached 'a total of 4,637 cars anm mixed citrus
10,307 by the same carriers. Of the 100,087 cars, the rail lines accounted for 55,950,
boat 26,999 and trucks the equivalent of 17,138. Compared with last season, when desti-
nations were obtained on 72,553 cars, the 1938-39 distribution increased nearly 28,000
cars with approximately 20,000 cars of this increase moved by rail and boat and 8,000 via
trucks.
The States of New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts continued to receive a
relatively large proportion of the rail and boat movement of Florida citrus. The State of
New York accounted for nearly 1/3 of the orange shipments; while three States, New York
Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, received considerably more than 1/2 of the rail and boat
volume. Also New York, alone, received over 1/3 of the grapefruit and tangerine shipments
and, with the addition of Pennsylvania, accounted for more than 1/2 of the total grape-
fruit and tangerine movement. In the distribution of oranges, there were numerous states
in the Middlewest which received proportionately more cars 'of the 1938-39 crop than a year
ago; and New York State again showed a relatively slight decrease or in other words, a
better distribution of Florida oranges was apparent. Grapefruit distribution, on the other
hand, was variable. Some states had relative increases while others had decreases. In.
cluded in the rail and boat distribution of both oranges and grapefruit are destinations of
cars purchased for relief purposes.. Total shipments of relief cars during the 1938-39 soa-
son were 618 cars of oranges and 2,137 cars ofgrapefruit. Generally, tabulations of
tanerine and mixed citrus destinations correlated fairly closely with those of a year ago.
Boat shipments showed a wider distribution than any previous season, with citrus destined
to 46 cities, many of which were. inland .destinations and necessitated a rail-haul "in
addition t6 transportation via boat.
The truck distribution was outstanding in it's increased volume to distant states.
For instance, Arkansas received the equivalent of 77 cars of Florida oranges by truck com-
pared to 18 cars the year before. Michigan's truck receipts equalled 119 cars contrasted
to 35 in 1937-38 and the equivalent of 79 cars were trucked to Missouri as against'17 the
previous season. Grapefruit via trucks, in many instances, also showed an increase in'
volume to more distant points. Missouri received 24 cars compared with 3 a year ago and,
in Michigan there was a similar trend with 83 cars as against 11 the previous year.
Possibly the volume of truck business may be pictured moro clearly in terms of boxes. When
one city receives over 1,000,000 boxes of Florida citrus by trucks,.as did Atlanta, it is
indicative of the heavy volume moved in'this manner during..he 1938-39 season. The State
of Georgia, as a whole, received approximately 1 3/4 million boxes of citrus. North-
Carolina approached the 1,000,000 mark with about 950,000 boxes and Virignia received more
than 850,000 boxes. Other leading States in volume of truck receipts were Alabama and
South Carolina with each State accounting for well over 1/2 million boxes. As contrasted
to a year ago, such markets as Baltimore and Washington, received proportionately less
citrus by truck but there were substantial increases in the respective volume to these
cities. Receiving points, generally, accounted for a proportionate increase in truck re-
ceipts in accord with the larger crop.
In comparing the rail, boat and-truck distribution with the shipments, it should
be kept in mind that shipments were made both before the Market News Office was opened and
after it' was closed and destinations of these shipments were not available. There were
also 683 cars of mixed citrus shipped via express on which destinations were not available.
These express shipments were consolidated cars made up. of ..c .1. shipments destined to vari-
ous points. The passing through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard and Cincinnati (cor-
rected by diversions at Savannah, Atlanta bnd Cincinnati), together with boat distribution
and truck passing at the guard stations in the northern part of the State, 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.







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27 -
DISRIBUTION OF FIgRIDA CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON

ORANGES


AIABAMA CONNECTICUT(Cantd) ILLINIIS(Coatt~) ANSAS(Cont'
nduusia 4 Eartford 688 CarTbonale 45 Topegas
Anniston 24 Meriden 1 Champaign 21 Wichita
Ashland 1 New Britain 1 Chicago 2917 Total
Atmore 1 New Haven 243 Cuba 1
fBirmingham 297 New London 2 Danville 36 KENTUCKY
Clayton 1 Norwalk 1 Decatur 17 Ashland
Columbiana 1 Norwich 9 Dixon 5 Barbourville
Decatur 16 So. Norwalk 4 Eldorado 2 Bowling Gree
Dothan 1 Stamford 1 i EastSb. Louis 21 Campbellsvill
Eaufaula 2 Terryville 5 Fairfield 1 Catlettsburg
Elba 2 Torrington 9 Freeport 1 Central City
Fayette 1 Waterbury 29 Galesburg 2 Corbin
Florence 2 Total 1l2 Jacksonville 4 Covington
Gadsden 12 Mattoon 1 Cuthbert
Huntsville 39 DELAWARE Mounds 1 Danville
Jasper 1 Wil.mngton 9 1urphysboro 1 Elizabethtow:
Li'en i Total -9 Peoria 38 Frrnkfort
Livingston 1 Quincy 1 Glasgow
Mobile 19 DIST. CF COLUBIA Robinson 1 Harrodsburg
via boat for Washington 259 Rockford 4 Harlan
diversion 124 Total 25 Rock Island 9 Hartford
Monroeville 1 Sringfield 17 Hazard
Montg mery 39 FIRIDA FWaukegan 1 Henderson
Opelika 4 Greenille 1 Total Hopkinsville
Phenix City 1 Total -I Irvine
Petrey 1 INDIANA Jackson
Roanoke 1 GERGIA soern 1 Lexington
Russellville 1 Alba 16 Bedford 2 Louisville
Selma 17 Americus 1 Bloomington 1 Murray
Scottsboro I Atlanta 174 Elkhart 5 Madisonville
Talladega 2 Augusta 22 Evansville 153 Morehead
Troy 1 Blakely 1 Ft. Wayne 82 Morganfield
Tuscaloosa 7 Columbus 137 Gary 11 Mt. Sterling
York I Cuthbert I Indianapolis 314 Owensboro
Total 27 Dalton 1 Kokomo .2 Paducah
Dawson 1 La Fayette 15 Paintsville
AREANSAS Decatur 2 Logansport 6 Pikeville
El Dorado 1 Elberton 3 Marion 1 Preston burg
Little Rock 2 #Everett 24 Mitchell 1 Princeton
Texarkana 1 Fitzgerald 1 Muncio 22 Russell
Total G Gainesville 5 New Albany 1 Somerset
Griffin 2 Richmond 19 Whitesburg
CANDA Hapeville 1 Seymour 1 Winchester
~Bll-eille 2 #hman Yards 1 South Bend 42 Total
Hamilton 4 Jesup 5 Terre Haute 22
Kingston 1 La Grange 1 Vincennes 10 LOUISIANA
Kitchener 2 Macon 45 Total 7 Abbeville
Montreal 28 Marietta 6 Alexandria
North Bay 1 Millodgeville 3 IOWA Arcadia
Ottawa 2 Newnan 1 Burlington 19 Baton Rouge
Prescott 6 Rome 6 Cedar Rapids 11 Bogalusa,
Quebec 2 Swainsboro 2 Clinton 2 Hamnond
Simcoe 4 Thomasville 2 Davenport 22 Jonesville
St. Catherines 1 Thamson 1 Des Moines 45 Marksville
St. Elizabeth 1 Valdosta 1 Dubuque 3 Monroe
Toronto 139 Vidalia 8 Iowa City 1 Natchitoches
Windsor 1 West Point 3 Iowa Falls 3 New Orleans
Winnipeg 2 Waynesboro 2 Sioux City 9 Plaquemine
Total T Total '72 Waterloo 5 Rayville
Total Shreveport


CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport 247
E. Hartford 10


ILLINOIS
Aurora
Canton


KANSAS
Pittsburg


Total
1


MAINE
1 Mdord
3 Lewiston
5 Portland


1
1
90


Rockland 1
Van Buren 1
10 Total ""
1
n 3 MARYIAND
.e 2 Baltimore 1469
1 Cumberland 1
1 Total lfm?
1
1 MASSACHUSETTS
1 Boston 4391
2 Brockton 7
n 1 Cambridge 9
2 Charlestown 4
4 Fall River 4
1 Fitchburg 1
13 Framingham 1
1 Gloucester 1
1 Haverhill 1
20 Hyannis 1
2 Lawrence 2
1 Lowell 5
1 New Bedford 4
100 No. Abington 5
494 Pittsfield 3
1 Quincy 3
2 Rockland 1
1 Salem 1
1 Somervillo 275
1 Springfield 311
29 Taunton 1
40 Ware 1
1 Worcester 25
2 Watuppa 3
1 Total S
1
3 MICEIGAN
1 a 1
1 Ann Arbor 2
1 Batte Creek 5
7V Bay City 10
Big Rapids 1
Cadillac 2
1 Choboygan 1
1 Detroit 1157
1 Flint 43
1 Gladstone 1
2 Grand Rapids 226
1 Grayling 1
1 Hartford 1
1 Holland 1
1 Ionia 2
1 Iron Mt. 1
707 Ishpeming 12
1 Jackson 10
1 Kalamazoo 8
1 Lansing 13
721 Lapeer 1
Ludington 1
Muskogon 5




28 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FORIDA CITUS 1938-39 SEASON

ORANGES (CONTINUED)

MICHIGAN(i(ntdt) MISSISSIPPI(Cbqnte NEW YORK(Contd) OHIO(Cont'd) PENSYVANIA(Cont
Newberry 3 Tschula 1 Schenectady 29 Portsmouth 22 Eichland 1
Owosso 2 Tupelo 37 yracuse 224 Sanduskw 1 Scranton 122
Pontiac 9 Vicksburg 4 Troy 7 Springfield 27 Shamokin 1
Port Huron 1 Water Valley 1 Utica 28 Steubenville 1 Sharon 3
Saginaw 11 Winona 1 Watertown 40 Toledo 175 Sunbury 3
Sault SbeMarie 1 Yazoo City 1 Total 1iSM T1bgonWorks '1 Tamaqua 29
Traverse City 1 Total 5 Xenia 40 Uniontown 14
West Branch 1 NORTH CAROLINA Youngstown 117 Warren 2
Total 1l4 MISSOURI Asheville 59 Zanesville 9 Washington 1
Kansas City 67 Bryson 4 Total 89 Wilkes Barre 50
MINNESOTA St. Louis 542 Burlington 25 Williamsport 17
SDu h 16 Total -" Charlotte 137 OKLAHOMA Total
Manhato 1 Durham 16 -klUaoma City 9
Marshall 1 NEBRASKA Forest City 1 Sapulpa 1 RHODE ISLAND
Minnepolis 90 Lincoln 6 Fayetteville 14 Shawnee 1 Olneyville 25
Mia. lansfec 2 Omaha 28 Gastonia 4 Tulsa 4 pawtucket 4
St. Paul 45 Total 34 Goldsboro 8 Total -5 Providence 573
Winona 2 Greensboro 74" Total 602
Total T57 NEW EAPSIRE Hickory -4 -RgON
'Berlin 1 Kinston 1 Porland SOUiT CAROLINA
MISSISSIPPI Laconia 1 Monroe 1 Total Aiken 2
Batesville 1 Manchester 6 Mooresville 1 Anderson 4
Bay St. Louis 1 Portsmouth 1 New Barn 5 PNNSYLVANIA Bennettsville 3
Bolzoni 3 Total N. No Wilkesboro 2 Allentown 3 Charleston 71
Brookhaven 3 Raleigh 116 Altoona 81 Chester 14
Brooksville 1 NEW JRSEY River Tsninal 5 Ambridge 1 Columbia 87
Calhoun City 2 Metuchen 1 Rocky Mt. 38 Barnesville 1 -lorence 13
Canton 1 Newark 917 Salisbury 2 Beaver. Falls 1 Georgetown 2
Charleston 1 1b. Hawthorne 1 Sanford 13 Berwick 1 Greenville 25
Cleveland 1 Phillipsburg 1 Shelby 4 Braddock 1 Greenwood 7
Columbia 1 Paterson 3 Spindale 1 Butler 5 Laurens 2
Columbus 14 Plainfield 1 Weldn 2 Carnegie 1 Orangeburg 43
Corinth 6 Trenton 1 Wilmington 36 Clarion 2 Rock Hill 2
Drew 3 Waverly 280 Windsor 3 Cresson 7 Spartanburg 36
Grenada 2 Total 105 Winston Salem 40 Donora 1 Sumter 3
Greenville 22 Total Da Bois 1 Walterboro
Greenwood 17 NEW YORK Erie 7 Total
Gulfport 2 -lay 510 NORLS DAEDTA Greensburg 1
Hattlesburg 9 Auburn 2 Fargo 1 Harrisburg 16 TE
Hazelhurst 1 Batavia 1 Minot 1 Hazelton 12 Bristol 8
Holly Springs 1 Binghamton 66 Total H Homestead 1 Brownsville 1
Houston 4 Buffalo 612 Honesdale 1 Bruceton 1
Indianola 2 Cortland 7 OHIO Houtzdale 1 Chattanooga 79
Jackson 71 East View 1 -"-on 80 Huntingdon 3 Colunbia 8
Kosciusko 3 Elmira 73 Ashtabula 3 Indiana 1 Cookeville 3
Laurel 12 Fulton -1 Barnesville 7 Johnstown 41 Crossville 3
Leland 1 Geneva 4 Bellefontaine 18 Kane 1 Dickson 1
Lexington 1 Glens Falls 1 Centon 31 Kensington 1 Dyersburg 2
Louisville 1 Hornell 1 Cincinnati 1432 Lancaster 5 Fayetteville 2
Luce&dle 2 Jamestown 15 Cleveland 1166 Lehighton 3 Humboldt 3
SMacomb 1 Malone 4 Columbus 375 Lewistown 4 Jackson 21
Meridian 17 Menands 3 Dayton 60 Lock Haven 1 Johnson City 22
Natchez 2 Middletown 1 Deshler 2 Mc Keesport 1 Knoxville 66
New Albany 3 Mt. Vernon 1 E. Liverpool 2 Milton 32 Lebanon 4
Newton 1 New York 13325 E. Palestine 1 New Bethlehem 1 Lewisburg 1
Oxford 1 Niagara Falls 9 Findlay 4 New Castle 9 Lexington 1
Philadelphia 2 NewTochelle 3 Freaont 1 New Cumbarand 2 Martin 1
Poplarville 1 Norwich 5 Gallipolis 2 New Es 98on 2 Mo Kenzie 11
Purvis 1 Olean 8 Hamilton 3 Philadelphia 4981 Memphis 401
Otitman 1 Pittsford 1 Jackson 1 Pittsburgh 1176 Morristown 29
Ripley 2 Poughkeepsie 14 Janestown 1 Pottsville 1 Murfreesboro 2
Snatobia 1 Rochester 220 Lima 4 Reading 2 Nashville 385
Starkville 2 Rensselaer 45 Mansfield 3 Reynoldsville 1 Old Hickory 2




w.29 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON

RAGES CONTINUED )

TEmSSEE(Cont_) TXAS(Cont'd) VIRGINALA V IAn(conta) WsM VMIXtnAfcbd)
ParsTis 5 FtWorth 3 Big tne Gap 1 ichmond 65 W'heeling 30
Pulaksi 3 Houston 5 Bristol 1 Total '15 Total T48
Shelbyville 1 Tyler 2 Charlottosville 1
Trenton 1 Total "2 Cliftonb rge 1 WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN
Tullahoma 1 Frcnt Royal 1 Bluefield 23 ApletacJct. 20
Union City 2 VE~DNT Danville 20 Charleston 74 Green Bay 5
Winchester 1 Arliton 1 Lynchburg 10 Clarksburg "6 Kenosbha 1
Total 1i71 Burlington 23 Loccasin Gap 1 Fairmont 17 Madison 5
Montpelier 4 Norfolk 31 Huntington 17 Manitowoc 3
TE)LS Rutland 1 Pulaski 1 Mabscott 1 Milwaukee 243
1"as 10 WhitoBisr Jt. 13 Roanoke 32 Parkersburg 1 Racine 7
Total "4V Total


# Diversion
Point


GRBAD TOTAL .RANGES 1938-39 SEASDN 47.511 cars.


The above orange distribution includes "relief" cars.


MEFRUIT


ALABAMA
Abbeville
Andulusia
Anniston
Ashland
#Birmingham
Camden
Brewton
Bay Minette
Clanton
Clayton
Columbiana
Cullman
Dadeville
Decatur
Centreville
Dothan
Elmore
Eutaw
Ever green
Fayette
Florence
Gadsden
Geneva
Greensboro
Huntsville
Jasper
Linmen


AIABAMA(C0xto) MKmSASotd ). CONmcECTICUT
2 Livingston 2 Newport 2 Brigport
2 Luverne 2 Pine Bluff 1 E. Hartford
2 Mobile 7 Russellville 5 Hartford
1 Monroeville 1 Texarkana 2 Middletown
79 Montgomery 3 Total "3 New Haven
-1 Opelika 2 Terryvillo
2 !henix City 2 CANADA Waterbury
1 Russellville 3 Clary 11 Total
2 Selm] 2 Edmonton 2
2 Scottsboro 2 Hamilton .3 DELAWAR
2 Talladega 5 london 1 Wilmington
2 Tuscaloosa 3 Montreal 68 .Total
1 Union Springs. 1 Moose Jaw 2
4 Wetuimpi 2 North Bay 8 bIST. F COUJM
1 Total T Ottawa 8 Washington
2 Prescott 3 Total
1 ARKANSAS Quebec 13
1 Bentonville 1 Regina 1 FIORIDA
1 El Dorado 2 Saskatoon 1 Mdison
2 Forrest City 3 Simcoe 1 Marianna
2 Ft. Smith 3 Timnins 6 Pensacola
3 Harrison 2 Toronto 102 Panama City
2 Hot Springs 2 Victoria 1 River Jet.
1 Jonesboro 4 Windsor 11 Tallahassee
3 Little Rock' 7 Winnipeg 12 Total
2 Mannoth Spring 1 Total 2
2 Monticollo 2


B:


GEORGIA
66 Albany
5 Amnricus
236 Athens
1 Atlanta
80 Augusta
2 Bainbridge
6 Columbus
T396 Cuthbert
Decatur
Elberton
3 Gainesville
-3 Griffin
Jesup
LA La Grange
192 Macon
TO Marietta
Milledgeville
Newnan
2 Rome
3 Thomasville
4 Thomson
1 Waynesboro
2 Total


1
3 IDAHO
Boise
Total


2
2
2
74
'6
'1
7
2
2
.2
8
2
1
3
21
6
4
2
4
3
1
2
rmg


1
1





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DISTRIBUTION OF _IFIDA CIMUS 1938-39 A6SON

MGLkPEMUIT (CONTI=ilit)


ILLINOIS
Beardstown
Benton
Bloomington
Canton
Cairo
Carbondale
Carmi
Centralia
Champaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
Du Quoin
sbt Sb. Louis
Edwardsville
Eldorado
Elgin
Gillespie
Hillsboro
Jacksonville
Joilet
Kankakee
Kewanee
La Salle
Lincoln
Lombard
Macomb
Manteno
Maxion
Mattoon
Moline
Mt. Carmel
Mt. Vernon
Mur-physboro
No. Chicago
Ottawa
Peoria
Pittsfield
Pontiac
Qu2.ncy
Robinson
Rockford
Rock Island
Shelbyvillo
Springfield
Talorsville
Urbana
Vandalia
White Hall
Total
INDIANA
Adersnon
Bedford
Brazil
Columbus
asb Chicago
Elkhart
Evansville
Clinton
Ft. Wayne
Gary


IHDIANA(Cbnta) KETUCKY(Cnt
1 I dianapolis 85 Paducah
2 Michigan fty 1 Paintsville
2 Kokamo 4 Pikeville
1 La Fayette 9 Pineville
1 Marion 1 Prostonburg
1 Muncie 4 Princeton
1 New Albany 1 Stanford
1 Richmond 5 Stanton
9 South Bend 14 Whitesburg
609 Terre Haute 9 Total
20 Vinconnes 1
7 Total 2 IOUISIANA
2 Abbcville
1 IOWA Alexandria
40 urlington 4 Arcadia
3 Cedar Rapids 8 Athens
2 Eagle Grove 1 Bastrop
1 Davenport 12 Baton Rouge
2 Dos Moines 31 Bogalusa
1 Dubuue 3 Clinton
1 Ft. Dodgo 2 Crowley
1 Iowa City .1 Garyvile
4 Iowa Falls 1 Gretna
1 I&sori Oity 3 Hamnaond
2 Ottumwa 1 Jonesville
2 Sioux City 20 Lafayette
1 Waterloo 6 Lake Charles
1 Total 7 Leesville
1 Mansfield
2 KANSAS Marksville
2 Utchinson 1 Minden
1 Wichita 2 Monroe
1 Total 3 Natchitoches
1 New Orleans
1 KENTUCKY Oakdalde
1 Barbourville 1 Oak Grove
1 Bowling Green .3 Opelousas
21 Campbelsvillo I Plaquenine
1 Catlettsburg .2 Port Alilen
1 Central City 2 Rayville
1 Corbin 2 Ruston
1 Covington 2 Shreveport
2 Danville 4 Tullulah
5 Glasgow 1 Thibodaux
1 Greenville 1 Winnfiold
5 Harlan 1 Winnsboro
1 Harrodsburg 1 Total
1 Hazard 2
1 Henderson 2 MAINE
1 Hopkinsville 1 anor
7 Hutchins 1 Biddeford
Irvine 2 Bradford
Jackmbn 2 Gardiner
2 Lexington 30 Lewiston
2 Limeville 1 Milo
.,1 Louisville 127 Portland
1 Madisonville 2 Rumford
4 Manchester 1 Van Buren .
2' Mayfield 1 Watorville -
27 Morehead. 2 Total
1 Morganfield 2
47 Mt. Sterling 2 MARYAND
3 Owensboro 2 Baltimore
Total


MASSACHUSETTS
Armory
Athol
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Cambridge
Charlestown
Fall River
Fitchburg
Framingham
Gloucester
Greenfield


MICHIGAN
15 Mskego
3 Newberr;
1 Owosso
1573 Pontiac
13 Port HB
26 Saginaw
1 Sturgis
7 Travers
6 Urania
3 West Br
3 Total
3


(Cbntd)-
n 4
y '3
5
2
ron 1
5
1
e Cily 3
3
ranch 1


19
1
L 2
elis 90
asner 3
er 1
l 27
1

.PI
n 1

1
Loui s 2
1
ven 1
City 1
1
e 1
ale 1
1
s 2
2
1
1
b 4
burg 4
rst 1
1
6
S 1
S4
ille 1
3
i 2
1
any 1
1
ula 1
Lphia 1
ille 1
1
lle 1
.nt 1
4
-W5


2 Haverhill 5 MINNESOT
2 Hyannis 3 -Duluth
2 Lawrence 9 Mankato
1 Lee 3 Marshal
-2 Lowell 11 Minnea
2 Marlboro 3 Minn. T
2 Medford 1 Rocheste
3 Milford 3 St. Pau
1 New Bedford 12 Winona
..1 Newburyport 4 Total
2. No..Abington 2 S
2 North Adams 3 MISSISSI
2 Northampton 3 Ackerma
1 Pittsfield 3 Bay St.
2 Plmouth 3 Belzoni
2 Quancy 9 Boyle
2 Salem 15 Brookhal
2 Somerville 103 Calhoun
2 Springfield 109 Canton
2 Taunton 6 Carthag
2 Ware 2 Clarksd
169 Worcester 18 Collins
2 Total 15 Colunbu,
2 Corinth
2- MICHIGAN Fulton
2 Adrian 1 Greenwoi
2 Battle Creek 3 Grenada
2 Bay City 3 Gulfpor
2 Bonton Harbor 2 Hattles1
1 Big Rapids 2 Hazelhi
2 Cadillac 1 Hernandc
. *2 Cheboygan 2 Houston
1 Dotroit 565 Jackson
2 Eloise 3 Kosciusl
230 Flint 39 Laurel
Gladstone 3 Leakesv:
Grand Rapids 111 Macomb
5 Grayling 1 Meridiaa
2 Hancock 2 Natchez
1 Holland 1 New Albh
2 lonia 2 Oxford
3 Iron Mountain 3 Pascago
1 Ironwood 2 Phi lade
47 Ishpening 4 Poplarvj
1 Jackson 2 Ripley
3 Kalamazoo 7 Starkvi
1 Lonsing 5 West Poi
6 Laoeer 3 Winona
Ludington 1 Total
Monroe 3
637 Mt. Clemens 1 MISSOURI
M"57 Dexter




31.- -
DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON


GRAPEFRUIT (CONTINUED)


MISSOURI(Cnta) NEW YQRK(Conta) OHIO(Cont )
Hannibal 1 ean 2 Cgiton 12
Jefferson City 2 Mt. Vernon 3 Chillicothe 1
Joplin 3 New York 7152 Cincinnati 414
Kansas City 63 Niagem Falls 2 Cleveland 510
Moberly 2 New Rochello 3 Columbus 221
St. Joseph 2 Norwich 2 Danville 1
St. Louis 118 Ogdensburg 1 Dayton 21
Springfield 3 0lean 1 Defiance 1
Total 15 Oneida 1 Deshler 1
Poughkeepsie 1 Dover 1
MONTANA Rochester 73 E. Palestine 1
Billings 1 Rensselaer 24 Elyria 2
Bozeman 1 Suffern 2 Hamilton 1
Butte 1 Schenectady 32 Ironton 1
Total 3 Syracuse 84 Linm 1
raoy 4 Liverpool 1
NEBRASK Utica 12 Mansfield 2
Grand Island 2 Watertown 6 Marietta 1
Hastings 2 %hitePlains 1 Marion 1
Lincoln 1 Yahank 2 New Leingbon 4
Omaha 17 Total 71 Pameroy 1
Total "2 Portsmouth 3
NORTH CAROLINA SanduskY 1
NEW HAPSIRE Asheville 45 Sringfeld 5
Berlin 2 Bryson 7 St. Cairsville 1
Manchester 16 Burlington 12 Steubenville 2
Total "B Charlotte 70 Tiffon 1
Durham "1 Toledo 76
NEW JERSEY Fayetteville 4 Wapakoneta '2
Atlantic City 6 Goldsboro 1 Warren 5
Camden 24 Greensboro 30 Xenia 13
Dover 2 Hamlet 1 Youngstown 53
Elizabeth 35 Morgantown 2 Zanesville 3
Long Branch 2 New Bern 11 Total 1'5I
Morris Plains 4 1b. Wilkesbero 5
Newark 341 Raleigh 70 OELAHBMA
Paterson 15 River Termiral 13 OklaajmI City 10
Perth Amboy 9 Rocky Mt....-, 5 Total T0
Trenton 15 Weldon 1
Vineland 4 Wilmington 6 GREGON
Waverly 127 Windsor 8 Portland 20
Total 5 Winston Salem 13 Total .
Total M305
NEW TYCK PENNSYLVANIA
Alba 195 NCRTH DAKDTA Allentown 7
Batavia 1 Fargo 3 Altoona 50
Binghmton 11 Minot 1 Blairsville 1
Buffalo 266 Total -4 Braddock 1
East View 3 Butler 1
Elmira 15 OHIO Cresson 6
Freeport 1 AEon 30 Du Bois 4
Geneva 15 Ashtabula 6 Erie 7
Harlem River 1 Athens 7 Germantown 1
Hempstead 1 Barnesville 5 Harrisburg 4
Jamestown 4 Bellefontaine 8 Hazelton 6
Kingston 1 Bowling Green 1 Homestead 1


# Diversion
Points.


.PETTsYLVANIA(cri) TPIESSM(Cont.)
Johnstown 28 Maphis 43
Kane 1 Morristown 8
Lewistown 1 Nashville -16
Milton 3 Total 22i
New Castle 15
New Cumbsrland 10 TEAS
Oil City 1 -Maas 2
Philadelphia 1911 Ft. Worth 2
Pittsburgh 618 Total ~--
Pottsville 9
Scranton 65 UTAH
Sharon 2 Salt lakeCity 7
Tamaqua 1 Total 7
Tarentum 1
Uniontown 13 VERMONT
Washington 2 Burlington 3
Wilkes Barre 28 Montpelier 10
Williamsport 8 Rutland 1
Total 2,8i Total T
IRODE -ISLAND VIRGINIA
-lneyville 7 Abingdon 4
Pawtucket 2 Big' cn Gap 1
Providence 160 CharottesRille 3
Total -I Cliftcn Forge 2
Danville 6
SOUTH CAROLINA Hampton 2
Aiken 4 Harrisonburg 1
Anderson 5 Lynchburg 9
Bernettsville 4 Norfolk 14
Charleston 12 Pulaski 3
Chester 3 Roanoke 16
Columbia 19 Richmond 24
florence 3 Total -5
Georgetown 2
Greenville 8 WASHINGTON
Greenwood 6 Seattle 9
Orangeburg 5 Spokane 1
Rock Hill 4 Total 0
Spartanburg 11
Sumter 2 WEST VIRGINIA
Walterboro 6 Charleston 39
Total 9 Fairmont 6
Huntington 5
SOUTH DAKOTA Parkersburg 1
Sioux Falls 1 Wheeling 8
Total -1 Total 59
TEHNESSEE WISCONSIN
Bristol 3 Appleton Jot 7
Chattanooga 14 Ia Crosse 2
Columbia 1 Madison 2
Cookeville 3 Milwaukee 63
Jackson 6 Racine 2
Johnson City 6 Sheboygan 1
Knoxville 15 :. Total "


GRAND TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 1938-39 SEASON 20,494 cars.


The above grapefruit distribution includes "relief cars".





32 .
DISTRIBUTION PQF I~RFORT CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON


lANCAMaNE


AIABAt a IrLINoTSI(Contft) .ASS.CauJSETTgCorfl) NE[ YaK(Ccata) PENNSYLVAsvIA(catf
fB.ingiam 8 Danville 3 Somervi1Te 17 Oneida 1 Ephrata 1
Huntsville 1 ,ecatur 1 Springfield 13 Rochester 23 Jolmstown 8
Total 9g ist St. Louis' 7 Total 71 Rensselaer 2 New Castle 1
Peoria 4 Syracuse 11 Philadchlpia 498
ARKANSAS Rock Island 1 MICHIGAN Total I'g Pittsburgh 248
Little Rock 1 Total 33 Detroi 212 Scranton 7
Total Flint 6 NORTH CAROLINA 'Uniontown 2
INDIANA Grand Rapids 5 -svF'lee 2 Wilkes Barre 5
CANADA Evansville 12 Pontiac 1 Burlington 2 Williamsport 1
M-on eal 8 Ft. Wayne -,'14 Total 224 Charlotte 4 Total 7
Simcoe 1 Indianapolis 31 Fayetteville 1
Toronto 16 Richmond 1 'IiESOTA Greensboro 4 RHODE ISLAND
"Vancouver 4 1 Total M --Dut=t 1 Raleigh 2 Providence 49
Total Minneapolis 19 Sanford 1 Total 49
IOWA St. Paul 8 Winston Salan 3
COIGRADO .-aenport 3 Total Total 1 SOUTH CAROLINA
Denver 4 Des Moines 2 Charleston 1
Total Sioux City. 4 IMISSOTUI OHIO Columbia 1
Total 9 Kansas City 26 "ion 1 Orangoburg 1
CONTECTICUT St. Louis 95 BellefaeCtine 1 Total -
Bridgeport 11 KANSAS.. Total =2I Canton 2
Hartford 46 Tita' 1 Cincinnati 155 TNESSEE
New Haven 19 Total 7T NEBRASKA Cleveland 167 Chattanooga 1
Waterbury 1 Lincoln 1 Columbus 28 Mcmphis 5
Total -77 TNUCY Omaha 4 Portsmouth 2 Nasville 17
SLexington 9 Total 5 Springfield 3 Total 13
DIST. F COLUMBIA Louisville 16 Toledo 22
Washington 4 Total 5 NEW JERSEY Yougstown 3 TEAS
Total T Bayonne 1 Toal -3 ouston 1
IDUISIANA Newark 22 Total -T
GEORGIA New Orleans 9 Waverly 2 OKLAHOM
Atlanta 3 Total -' Tot al -_ Tla E ra City 2 VIRGINIA


Augusta,
.Everett
Rome
Total -.
-ILLINOIS
Champaign
Chicago


# Diversion
Points


1


19 MARYIMAD NEW YORK
1 Baltimore 150 Albany
-24 Total T Bingh:mton
Buffalo
MASSACHUSETTS Elmira
2 Boston 280 Geneva
318 Charlestown 1 New York


Total I Richmond
Tno.al


12 REGON
1 "Portand
77 Total
1
*I
1 PENNSYLVITIA
1752 Altoona


GP~IND TOTAL TANGERINES 1938-39 SEASON 4,637 ca;


2 WEST VIRGINIA
Cha-leston 1
Total -
3 WISCONSIN
A-nleton Jot. 6
Mi3lwaukoe 43
s. Total -~


MIXED CITRUS

ALABAMA ALABAMA(ContU) AIABAMA(Cbnt'd) ALABAML(Cont'd) ARIKASAS
iMston 11 -lotha 3 Huntsville 8 SelNa 17 Batesville I
Athens 1 -:]ufaula 1 Jager i Sheffield 2 Total -
Atmore 1 Florence 4 Mobile 5 Sylacauga 1
#Birmingham 172 Fort Payne 1 Montgomery 95 Troy 1 CANADA
Decatur 25 Gadsden 18. Opelia 1 Tuscaloosa 4 ariton 3
Total '37


l I I I I II II I I I I


Total





33 -
DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON

MIXED CITRUS (CONTINUED)


CANADA(Cont'd) ILLINOIS KETUCKY MICHIGAN(Conbi) Mi9 HAMPWSIRE (C
Lon1 eal 2 B igton 2 Ashland 16 ancock 1 anchester
North Bay 4 Canton 1 CpbellsiUle 1 Holland 1 Portsmouth 10
Ottavm 2 Carbondale 8 Danville 2 Ishpeming 1 Total -T
Prescott 7 Chapign 2 Harlan 4 Jackson 21
Simcoe 3 Chicago 317 Hazard 1 Kalamazoo 20 NEW JERSEY
Toronto 31 ,anville 9 Lexington 43 Lansing 27 Camden 3
Windsor 3 #Es St. Louis 4 Louisville 113 Monroe 5 Elizabeth 4
Winnipeg 6 Englewood 1 Maysville 1 Muskegon 7 Ionrris Plains 1
Total 61 Freeport 1 Mt. Sterling 2 Owosso 7 Newark 66
Galesburg 4 Owensboro 3 Pontiac 17 N~wBrunswick 1
CONRECTICUT Ottawa 1 Paducah 14 Saginaw 22 Passaic 2
Bridgeport 105 Peoria 14 Prestonburg 1 Traverse City 1 Paterson 7
E. Hartford 1 Qlincy 1 Winchester 1 Total '2 Perth Amboy 1
Hartford 72 Robinson 3 Total 25 Tronton 4
Middletown "7 Rockford 20 MINNESOTA Vineland 1
New Haven 43 Rock Island 3 IOUISIANA Duluth 12 Waverly 5
New London 6 Sprifield 2 New Orleans 34 Minneapolis 26 Total "5
Norwich 8 Sterling 1 Total -I Minn. ransfer 2
Stamford 3 Waukegan 1 St. Paul 11 NEW YORK
Terryville 2 Total 595 MAINE Winona 5 Albany 178
Waterbury 15 B or 14 Total S Auburn 7
Williamantic 7 INDIANA Lewiston 10 Batavia 1
Total "W2 Anderson 7 Portland 16 MISSISSIPPI Binghamton 53
Bloomington 1 Waterville 8 Clarksdale 1 Buffalo 161
DELAWARE Elkhart 8 Total "-4 Columbus 3 Cortland 6
Witminon 2 Evansville 53 Drew 1 Elmira 66
Total Ft. Wayne 23 MYLA D Grenada 1 Geneva 5
DnIT. OLli Gary 13 a-1imore 334 Greenville 3 Jamestown 10
DIST. FCO. iBIA. Indianapolis 53 Cumberland 7' Greenwood 1 Lalone 3
Washngton 54 Kokmeo 8 -Total '~M Hattiesburg 3 Middletown 2
Total -9 Logansport 2 Jackson 19 Ht. Vornon 3
Marion 2 MASSACHUSETTS Laurel 9 New York 736
FLORIDA MichiganCity 1 Boston 739 Meridian 9 NiagaraFalls 20
ilton 1 ncie 34 Brightwood 1 Macon 1 New Rochelle 21
Total "-T New Albany 4 Brockton 8 Natchez 1 Norwich 26
Richmond 11 Cambridge 26 New Albany 2 Olean 30
GEORGIA Seymour 2 Charlestown 4 Port Gibson 1 Oneida 1
bany 14 South Bend 53 E. Cambridge 11 Ripley 1 Oneonta 4
Americus 3 Terre Haute 11 Fall River 11 Telo 15 Pittsfield 1
Atlanta 35 Vincennes 2 Fitchburg 1 Utica 1 Rochester 89
Augusta 51 Warren 1 Haverhill 9 Vicksburg 2 Rensselaer 1
Columbus 48 Total 2i i Holyoke 1 Yazoo City 1 Saranac Lake 4
Dalton 1 Lawrence 5 Total 75 Schenectady 14
Dawson 1 IOWA Lowell 12 yracuse 74
i0verett 4 1urlington 6 Manchester 2 MISSOIURI roy 31
Ft. Benning 1 Cedar R ids 12 Medford 1 To Tba 1 Utica 16
Griffin 1 Davenport 1 New Bedford 13 Kansas City 10 Watertown 5
La Grange 5 Des ines 5 Plymouth 12 Kirkwood 1 Total 155
Macon 21 Dubuque 1 Quoncy 5 St. Louis 85
Menlo 1 Estherville 1 Somerville 2 Total '97 NORTH CAROLINA
Milledgeville 1 Griswold 2 Springfield 71 Asheville 60
Ocilla 1 Iowa City 1 Taunton 1 INTAINA Burlington 9
Rome 5 Iowa Falls 1 Worcester 58 Great Falls 3 Charlotte 39
Statesboro 2 Sioux City 1 Watuppa 1 Total 3 Durham 12
Swainsboro 2 Waterloo 3 Total Fayetteville 13
Thomasville 1 Total 34 NEBRASKA Forest City 1
Trion 1 MICHIGAN Lincoln 2 Gastonia 5
Valdosta 1 KANSAS Ann Arbor 7 Omaha 29 Goldsboro 3
Vidalia 3 Pittsburg 1 Battle Creek 11 Total 31 Greensboro 38
West Point 23 Salina 1 Bay City 14 Hamlet 1
Total 2 Topeka 1 Cadillac 3 NEW HAMPSEIRE Hickory 2
Wichita 3 Detroit 364 Kene 1 Kannapolis 1
Total .:' *- caarid Ralta.' :92 Laconia 2 Kinston 3





S34
DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON

MIXE CITRUS (CONTINUED


NO. CAROLINA(Ctnttr) OHIO(Cantt)
Lexington 1 Seubenville
Marion 1 Toledo
Monroe 1 Utica
Mooresville 1 Warren
Raleigh 35 Wooster
Bocky Mt. 35 Xenia
Salisbury 3 Youngstown
Sanford 9 Zanesville
Scotland Neck 2 Total 1
Weldon 2
Wilmington 64 OKIAHDMA
Wilson 1 IOklaho Ciiy
Winston Salan 28 Tulsa
Total 370 Total


NORTH DAKOTA.
Mianot
Total
OHIO
Aron
Barnesville
Belleeftaine
Bridgeport
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Colunbus
Dayton
E. Liverpool
Fremont
Gallipolis
Hamilton
Jackson
Johnstown
Kent
Linra
Lorain
Mansfield
Marion
Middleport
Ottawa
Portsmouth
Springfield



# Diversion
Points.


PDINSYLVANIA
4 1Allentown
SAltoona
Ambridge
Beaver Falls
32 Bedford
8 Blairsville
7 Braddock
1 Butler
44 Carnegie
367 Crosson
150 Donora
119 Du Bois
32 phrata
6 Erie
5 Germantown
5 Groonsburg
1 Harrisburg
2 Hazoelton
1 Huntingdon
6 Johnstown
1 Kano
2 lancaster
5 Lehigh
3 Lehighton
4 Lowistown
4 Lock Haven
21 Mc Keesport
11 Milton


PD1SVAC onat'd) SO. CAROLINA(Conbt) VEMONT
7 New Castle 3 Wellford 1 Burlington 4
71 Now Knsingtn 2 Total '6 Bellows Falls 4
1 Norristown 7 Montpelier 1
19 Oil City 5 SOUTH DAKOTA Sb. Johnsbuy 5
12 Philadelphia 551 Sioux Falls 1 Total
5 Pittsburgh 429 Total T
67 Pottsville 1 VIRGINIA
8 Reading 24 TENESSEE Bristl 1
27 Richland 1 Baixer 3 Charlottesville 1
Scranton 12 Bristol 52 Danville 36
Sharon 3 Bulls Gap 1 Lynchburg 19
3 Shipensburg 1 Chattanooga 109 export News 10
5 StaTe Collee 4 Clarksville 1 Norfolk 5
- Sunbury 15 Cleveland 2 Pulaski 6
Tarentum 2 Columbia 4 Roanoke 18
Uniontown 17 Cookeville 1 Staunton 2
7 Warren 4 Dyersburg 2 Total 98
15 Washington 3 Etowah 1
2 Wilkes Barre 16 Harriman 5 WEST VIRGINIA
4 Williamsport 35 Humboldt 1 Bluefield. 21
2 York 8 Jackson 20 Charleston 94
1 Total I'I7 Johnson City 15 Clarksburg 16
4 Knoxville 144 Fairmont 65
4 RHODE ISIAN Lebanon 2 Harper 2
2 Newport 4 Ma Kenzie 1 Huniington 70
2 Olne~ille 5 Mc Minnville 1 Kenova 2
2 Providence 97 Memphis 150 Mabscott 2
4 Total "- Morristown 59 Morgantown 9
2 Nashville 288 Moundsville 3
34 SOUTE CAROLINA Pulaski 2 Mullons 1
4 Ai=en 2 Shelbyville 1 Padkersburg 4
6 Charloston 81 Trenton I Piedmont 2
21 Chester 4 Tullahcma 3 Princeton 2
5 Columbia .43 Total 9' Wheeling 46
1 4lorenco 6 'itejBs ar Sprgs 1
3 Georgetown 1 TEXAS Williamson 3
6 Greenville 8 5Sillo 1 Total '2
12 Greenwood 1 Dallas 2
1 Lancaster 1- Ft. Worth 1 WISCONSIN
8 Mullins 1 Houston 1 ton J 3
8 Oraeburg 6 Total -- Ienosha 3
10 Spartanburg 24 Maitowoo 6
3 tumter 20 UTAH Milwaukee 30
1 Union 1 'Lt Lake City 4 Racine 5
'Total Total V


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1938-39 SEASON 10,307 cars.


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V 35 *

BOAT DESTINATIONS. FIORIDA CITRUS, 1938-39 SEASON
Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car)
Sept. 10, 1938 to June 29, 1939, Inclusive.


Cities ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES MIXED CImRUS

Albamy 8 5 -
Arlington 1 -
Baltimore 363 188 26 1
Boston 2,368 1,142 137
Bridgeport 31 13 2
Burlington, Vt. 16 -
Charlestown, Mass. 2 -
Chicago (via Mobile) 40 -
Cincinnati 9 -
Cleveland 7 -
Detroit 8 -
East St. Louis 14 -
East Hartford 3 -
Harlcm River 1 -
Hartford 38 4 2
Milwaukee (via Mobile) 1 -
Kingston, Can. 1 -
Merlden Conn. 1 -
Mobile mostly for diversion) 126 1 -
Montreal, Can. 28 65 5
New Haven 280 18 6
New Orleans 555 138 6
New York City 10,519 5,174 1,288 6
Norfolk .6 3 -
Norwich 2 -
Olneyville 5 -
Ottawa, Can. 2 3
Philadelphia 1,786 831 194 4
Pittsfield, Mass. 2 -
Portland, Me. 19 8
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1
Providence 67 12 8
Quebec, Can. 2 13 -
Rensselaer, N. Y. 45 24 2
Rutland, Vt. 1 -
St. Louis (via Mobile) 7 -
Scranton, Pa. 45 21 -
Scnerville, Mass. 88 16 -
South Norwalk 2 -
Springfield, lass. 91 20 10
Torrington, Conn. 8 -
Troy, N. Y. 3 2
Waterbury 6 -
White River Jct. 11 -
Wilkes Barre 12 2 1
Worcester, Mass. 2 -

For Export 704 130 131

17,334 7,836 1,818 ... 11
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36 -
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FlOaRIDA ORNG.ES


States 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33


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


TOTAL 47,511 38,931.. 30,987 25,881 .24,141 27,792 22,542
`"" "` '~" "


Jacksonville not included.
SDoes not include Savannah.


. # *Florence-not included.
SPetersburg not included.
*' Petersburg & Richmond
not included


627
4
*
1,250
9
259
11
479*
3,149
711
120
5
750
721
-94
1,470
5,060
1,534
157
269
609
34
9
1,205
15,261
616
2
3,589
15
2
6,656
602
316
1,071
20
42
165@
148
284
196


579
64'
1
985
5
171
'54
528*
2,394
470
68
12
558
653
49
1,019
4,051
1,180
48
380
453
20
23
816
12,968
654
1
2,840
34
1
5,571
409
344
959
74
26
659'
143
212
98


441
21
4
794
S3
182
s 4
476*
1,613
371
96
11
425
385
20
1,037
3,280
854
101
167
362
1
25
3
333
11,064
614
1
2,025
8
4,672
202
167
2
797
29
14
883*
63
148
88


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
1403
82
107
71


208
11
2
711
'35
258
-4
99*
1,154
290
63
7
370
410
20
756
1,545
560
40
96
351
37
9
240
10,007
284
1
1,522
26
1
3,917
164
34
2
505
83
10
109@*
71
72
61


327
41
5
133
19
291-
21
199*
1,369
382
47
18
376
546
44
819
2,273
661
44
127
378
54
12
335
11,191
365
1,704
32
4,450
125
67#
2
739
92
1
16
212@*
1
127
129


331
26
7
406
3
394
11
357*
976
369
11
3
383
462
48
839
1,961
541
21
79
231
4
11
264
7,656
325
1,538
16
2
3,953
232
61#
4
619
49
17
1790*
'2
91
50


REUPITITTATION QP DISMIMMON (PAIL & BOLT) Z=Dk CRANGES'


Y~ Ir- A11,11 I/


I I I I I


UH-/ C.TB r llf





57 -
KcCAPITULA-TInO0F DISTRIBUTION (BI& &BOAT)- i FTRIDA0''PER"MUIT"


States 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33

Alabasm 163 94 208 73 87 79 102
Arkansas 37 3 13 '8 6 13 19
Colorado .8 30 1-5 58 74 54
Connecticut 396 297 327 302 207 88 175
Delaware 3 2 14 4 3 -
Dist. of Columbia 192 170 252 132 158. 165 191
Florida 131 -1 21 21 -1 l -4
Georgia 156* 126* 286* 80* 58* 82* 189*
Idaho 1 2 1 1 4
Illinois 773 521 709 732 995 1,227 724
Indiana 224 50 156 "89 235 262 325
Iowa 93 52 89 49 116 118 93
Kansas 3 9 24 18 36 63 40
Kentucky 217 89 331 135 175 143 203
Louisiana 230 118 148 125 156 159 133
Maine 66 10 30 10 9 24 30
Maryland 637 410 601 397 408 335 448
Massachusetts 1,984 1,184 1,964 1,049 981 772 917
Michigan 800 375 694 483 707 667 591
Minnesota 144 91 139 108 217 198 133
Mississippi 60 2 50 2 3 7 4
Missouri 198 102 223 243 299 440 260
Montana 6. 19 5 11. 8 11
Nebraska- 22 25. 44. 19 63 73 48
Nevada' 1 -
New Hampshire 18 1 20 2 5 1
New Jersey 584 235 350 42 86 116 55
New Mexico 1 -
New York 7,922 5,833 7,877 4,930 6,339 5,410 4,712
North Carolina 305. 118 303 88 66 48 80
North Dakota 4 9 4. 10 6 7
Ohio 1,421, 789 1,360 957 1,348 1,062 1,008
Oklahoma 10 9 34 21 32 37 37
Oregon 20 12 51 15 31 54 29
Pennsylvania 2,806 1,915. 2,804 1,791 2,039 1,781 1,716
Rhode Island 16.9 100 83 50- 58 46, 91
South Chrolina 94 27 66 16' 6 5# 17#
South Dakota 1 3 7 6 10 9 12
Tennessee 215 172 387 195 360 266 298
Texas 4 10 34 18 67 49 26
Utah 7 7 16 10- 14 20 14
Vermont 14 3 5 4 5 7
Virginia 858 9@* 64 61@* 59@* 5@* 57
Washington 10 17 56 30 41 68 54
West Virginia 59 27 71 17 17 28 39
Wisconsin 77 41 64 81 112 160 92
Wyoming 3 4 4 4
Canada 254 151 175 49 220 177 280

TOMA 20,494 13,224 19,994 12,463 15,917 14,402 13,330


f Jacksonville not included. # Florence not included.
* Does not include Savannah. Petersburg not included.
@* Petersburg & Richmond not
included.


I I I I I I I I





38 -
RECAPITUIATION OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL & BOAT). FIRIDA TAMCERINES
'BY STL5 S PAST 7 S fe-NS


States 1938-39 1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33

Alabama 9 8 8 10 2 4 9
Arkansas 1 -2 1 1 -
Colorado 4 3 5 3 3 3
Connecticut 77 53 95 54 31 17 44
Delaware -- 7 -
Dist.of Columbia 4 11 6 11 11 12 21
Florida -4 -i -4 -4
Georgia 24* 10* 13* 6* 1* 2* 11*
Idaho -
Illinois 336 254 345 225 133 187 174
Indiana 58 37 77 40 20 35 74
Iowa 9 3 7 7 7 4 "8
Kansas 1 1 1 1 1 3
Kentucky 25 10 38 10 13 28 37
Louisiana 9 9 4 10 8 21 21
Maine 1 -
Maryland 150 85 173 100 95 124 136
Massachusetts 311 203 266 198 148 152 202
Michigan 224 184 258 144 97 100 117
Minnesota 28 20 31 28 25 22 33
Mississippi 2 1
Missouri 121 66 132 75 61 86 46
Nebraska 5 9 18 4 3 4 6
New Jersey 25 '. 5 1 1 2 3 2
New York 1,881 1,379 1-,609 1, 218 1,277 1,350 1,239
North Carolina 19 21 28 10 ; 12 9 10
Ohio ; 384 '257 399 268 201 196 217
Oklahoma 2 1 1
Oregon -2 1 4 ::':.1
Pennsylvania 771 556 855 494 527 581. 523
Rhode Island 49 21 26 13 10 12 16
South Carolina 3 3 1i 1 2 -#
South Dakota 1 1 1
Tennessee 23 24 40 14 17 15 28
Texas 1 1 3 -
Virginia 23 4 23* 39* 2* 2P
Washington 3 2 1 1 1
West Virginia 1 2 4 3 2 1
Wisconsin 49 39 58 32 11 12 22
Canada 29 10 15 4 11 5


TOTAL 4,637 3,287 4,526 2,988 2,734 2,999 3,017

SJacksonville not included "# Florence not included.
Does not include Savannah Petersburg not included.
S Petersburg & Richmond not
included.





39 -

RECAPITUIATIN OF DISTRIBUTION (RAIL& BOAT). FIORIDA MIXED CITRUS
BY sDITES PAST 7 SE-ASDNS


States

Alabama
'Arkaris8s" "'
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dis. of Colunbia
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
Oklahona
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wi sconsin
Canada


1937-38 1936-37 1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33


1938-39

;372

269
2
54
it
226*
395
289
34
6
202
34
48
341
994
621
56
75
97
3
31
19
95
1,568
370
4
1,027
8
1,317
106
230
1
869
5
4
14
98@
343
47
61


295
6
89
1
16
i
217*
318
66
10
1
145
47
1
270
856
352
25
118
100
16
4
52
1,170
386

546
33 .
3
1,138
58
218
662
8
1
4
5780
178
17
18 :


281
7
1
47
2
17
2291
398
74
20
6
164
21
5
243
593
339
31
141
96
3
7
9
821
408
701
16
3
1,008
30
206
2
599
22
1
8
93@*
2
196
14
12


195 92
.5 7
1
24 9
5
3 14
li l1t
127* 34*
384 354
60 116
46 71
3 14.
123 109
26 8
5 7
201 92
443 59
229 237
37 43
122 105
100 90
2 2
-28 26
5
3 5
508 299
317 288
567 416
. 13 .- 13
4 2
673 487
34 20
72 37
I1
442 445
16 10
1 1
5 1
95P Il17*
4
69 70
16 23
15 29


215
54
8
26
10
17
21
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
6549
1
654
21
2
3
255V*
8
133
65
36


203
28
1
104
18
36
li
104*
370
133
85
27
152
52
13
220
452
246
71
135
155
1
28
13
28
1,253
369
588
13
1
863
78
70#
417
30
10
184*
5
104
30
29


TOTAL 10,307 7,472 6,876 5,014 3,769 5,822 6,720
.1~ ~ ~ -


Jacksonville not included..
Does not include Savannah.


SFlorence not included.
SPetersburg not included.
z: Petersburgh & Richmond not
included.




40 -

INTESTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION FIDRID CITRUS
(Made available through the courtesy of Hon. Natb:6n Mayo, Comnissioner
of Agriculture, State Deparitent of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla.)
': Sept.- 12, 1938 to June 29, 1939, Inclusio*
i ,"--- '- ----- ,--


Dosti- I Oran- Grapo- Tanger-
nations .I gos fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


ALABAMA
M -1ai ston
Birmingham
Decatur
Gadsden
lMbile
Montgomery
Selma
Tuscaloosa
Others
Total
ARIZONA
Phoenix
ARKANSAS
PF.T=ith
Little Rock
Others
STotal
CANADA
Hemilton
London
Toronto
Others
Total
COIOBADO
Denver
Others
Total
CONNECTICUT
Hartford
New Haven
Others
Total
DEIAWABE
Wilington
Others
Total


2020
183444
5199-
9185
73386
31292
10128
8303
109605
432S62


415
31756
680
2090
17486
7047
1016
880
12764
74134


680
15739
226
468
4860
2934
329
253
7446
32935


1048 205 44
26514. 2493 1334
3082. 883 205
'Wi3 4 3581 1583

568 1271 192
5169 9416 784
6013 6490 311
1920 4913 179
-17b6 22-i90 -~


1156
469


339
1?.5
90.


6195
615
6810


358
14
--372--=


65
15.
73
153


1595
40
1635


DIST. OF COIUMBIA
Washington .433219 146957


GEOR.IA
1bamya
Atlanta
Augusta
Colwmbus.
Macon
Savannah
Thomasville
Others
Total
ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Carbondale


-25004-
724675
'45101
22525
60546 .
71172
30663
310529
1290215

1102
1343


*4219
234590
7883
5624
9521
21129
6194
56646
345806

196
202


37
2


611
60


36629

-1656
47822
3473
1763
2447
7266
1135
24493
9005


-..-... Desti-. .
nations


IOran-
gos
Boxes


ILLINOIS(Cont'd)
Chicago
Decatur
East St. Louis
Springfield
Others
Total
INDIANA
"Anterson
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Indianapolis
Richmond
South Bend
Terre Haute
Others
Total
IOWA
Des Moines
Waterloo
Others
Total
KANSAS
'~W'cta
Others
Total
KENTUCKY
Bowling Green
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Others
Total


LOUISIANA
New Orleans
Shreveport
Others
Total
MAINE
........ -Portand
.. ,.. MARYLAND
Baltimore
Hagorstown
Salisbury
Others
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
..Springfield
Others
Total


I Grape-
frux t
Boxes


I Tanger-
ines
Boxes


8822 2171 534
2416 858 187
175 1 2
762 204
11234 3344 1269
25854 697' 2277


1998
5427
4203
9511
483
1667
2510
17558
T43357

166
43
7


2379
1350
-3729'

848
100
3692
13164
8988
10693
37485

3055
3480
3268
9803


416
859
842
3132
266
135
1586
6303
13539


-I
29


219
677
595

70
10
365
3484
2510
2033
8472

814
385
276
14S375


216
1549
778
780
26
561
831
1734
-475



3


829
92


195
13
431
1545
1180
594
3958

6
315
206
S27


25


162352
39662
2254
11571
215839

125
247
37
-409


57515
7906
*602
3325
69348

100
97
5
Offf


29970
9440
668
1241
41319


10
0


-


I




S41 -


INTERSTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION FIfIDA CITRUS
(Continued)
Sept. 12, 1938 to June 29, 1939, Inclusie*


Desti- Or~n- Grape- Tanger-
nations ges. fruit lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


MICHIGAN
Bangor
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Kalsmazoo
Lansing
Others
Total
MINNESOTA
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Others
Total

MISSISSIPPI
Aberdeen
Columbus
Hattiesburg
Jackson
laurel
Meridian
Truelo
Others
Total


2652 1389 218
590 507 142
4546 5985 1167
776 640 278
18049 12294 2973
10472 5860 1728
828 391 357
9776 5934 1525
47689 33-00 8388

12 12
695 32 50
100 25 50
- 069 100

2790 457 200
5645 1176 53
4366 349 5
11893 3118 378
2056 324 77
20291 2375 1471
1203 148 194
8352 1267 616
56596 9214 2994


MISSOURI
Joplin 12805 2680 1023
Kansas City 7258 4023 1036
St. Louis 3599 1580 113
Springfield 1447 357 170
Others 6573 1039 147
-Total -g -1967f 2489
NEBRASEA
Lincoln 100 -
Others 316 130 -
Total 416 13 -
NEW I~MPSHIRE
Others 16 4 -
NEW JERSEY
Asbury Park 1377 242 306
Atlantic City 25 8
Newark 776 128 18
Trenton 509 60 5---
Others 12278 3621 801
Total 4g65 4059 1130
NEW MEXICO
Portales 86 -
NEW YORK
Albany 989 705 439
Binghamton 350 -34 -
Buffalo 4874 2107 111
New York City 7211 4132 588
Rochester 2741 1155 200
Syracuse 9744 2431 521


Desti,._ Oran- Grape- Tangei-
nations ges fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes
NEW YtRK(Cont'd)
Others 11171 3923 1900
Total 37080 14487 3759


NORTH CARiOLNA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
Kinston
Lincolnton
Lumberton
Raleigh
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Weldon
Wilmington
Wilson
Wilkesboro-
Winston *Salem
Others
Total
OHIO
A-kron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Youngstown
Others
Total
OKLAHOMA
Oklahom City
Tulsa
Others
Total
PENNSYLVNIA
Allentown
Altoona
Erie
Harrisburg
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Richland
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Others
Total


44795 17542 3756
9644 2485 824
72462 31429 5096
25479 7323 1942
10932 2464 775
12507 2469 1214
23066 3815 1540
23644 7996 2411
2186 161 179
14963 4034 1088
15702 3101 1811
8279 837 516
5044 924 604
3311 348 -452
85567 13697 8260
9135 1614 957-
22051 3695 1828:
5949 1025 444
12155 3144 1218
10357 1579 1211
223 2 18
80748 18009 9265
215894 36840 24368
714093 164533 69777

120 65
9270 2089 477
1448 1089 10
4164 2788 837
10040 712 307
883 '98 94
1199 347 15
232 221 15
30697 10417 2081
58053 "T=782X -33

3139 2282 715
448 110 330
240 10 59
3827 2-212 1104


1964 822
3422 1680
841 195
8321 2658
22025 8259
1926 127
13225 2253
1994 288
1778 1340
410 200
36064 11833
19705 '2955


211
487
58
505
9535
128
1501
133
110
6320
12959





S42 .
INTERSTATE TRUS.DISTRIBUTION FIRIDA CITRUS


'(Continued)
Sept. 12, 1938 to June 29, 1939, Inclusitve


Desti- Oran- Grape- Tanger.-
nations ges fruit ies
Boxes Boxes' Boxes-


RHODE ISLAND
Providence
SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Orangeburg
Pageland
Rock Hill
artanburg
Smter
Others
Total
TENNESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City
Knoxville
Memphis
Morristown
Murfreesboro
Nashville
Others
Total
TEXAS
"~iillo
Beaumont
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio


30


53599
141575
12666
58231
24337
23698
1663
22720
10140
107207


11064
52411
914
20444
48059
8604
1976
835
75736
38936



1657
10204
3543
10172
559


14970
28751
1948
16575
3005
3078
248
4710
1260
17125


2746
11024
365
7099
13599
1236
1029
18
15882
5496
58494


72
2344
187
932
125


4377
9741
751
4669
1533
2023
154
1732
671
9504
391F55

985
4051
134
2231
5821
1834
536
12
9867
2765


50
143
2150
493
1147
134


Desti- Oran- Grape- Tanger-
nations gas fruit ines
B6oes Boxes Boxes


TcAS(Cont' d)
Wichita Falls
Others
Total
VERMNT
M ters
VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Suffolk
Others
Total
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Parker sburg
Others
Total
WISCONSIN
Milwaukee .
Others
Total


2359
28494


65
3725


74
1481
-5672


70 40 10


7059
7695
5342
8735
34819
7715
-140913
14011
199963
93951
7630
3474
40331
571638

14599
14588
27148
3011
17966
77312

1337
1384
-2721


2383
3153
869
2890
11664
2288
54097
2593
76601
62999
2635
440
10175
232787

4165
6099
6989
1645
5376
24274

35
635
6-5706


1164
115
579
1436
3276
487
10150
1348
18920
15634
729
"34
4342
58214

1487
1980
999
321
2098
6885

42
22
M


* Truck destination data prior to Sept. 12, 1938 not available.





43-

RECAPITUIATION OF FLORIDA INIESTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION
BY STATES, 1938-39, 1937-38 & 1936-37 SUASONS
1938-39 season Sept. 12 June 29; 1937-38 season Sept. 1 June 6; 1936-37 season Sept. 1 June 5
(Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car)

CPJtGES GRAPEFRUIT TAMERIINES
States
1938- 1937- 1936- 1938- .1937-1 1936- 1938- 1937- 1936-
39 38 37 39 38 37 39 38 37
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars


Alabama
Arizona
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Coluibia
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucly
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Canada


1,081 563 457
77 18 6
4 2 -
2 1
17 17 6
1,083 785 540
3,226 1,788 1,428
65 23 20
108 43 35
1 1
9 1 1
94 38 37
25 18 8
540 322 208
1 1 -
119 35 26
2 1
141 65 49
79 17 10
1 -
37 19 17
93 49 45
1,785 912 732
145 91 63
10 1
230 179 133
1
1,140 592 449
647 282 255
71 24 11
1,429 916 680
193 69 55
7 2 2


185 122
9 2
1 -
4 2
367 296
865 520
17 5
34 9
2
21 8
4 4
173 110
1 1
83 11
23 12
24 3

10 8
36 19
411 252
45 25
6 2
74 46
229 133
146 93
9 3
582 389
61 26
2 1


34 8 2 55 17 9


4 2 1


TOTAL 12,496 8,881 5,278 3,479 2,119 2,323 1,163 639 947





-44-

WEIGEH AVERAGE AUVG TION PRICESS ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.,

NEW Y 0 RK CITY

FLOBIDA STOC K Indan River CALIF. STOCE
Week Standard Standard Wire-, Stds. & Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
... Cars .Avg. I Cars Avg. i Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


1938
Sept'." 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
7Jn-. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
'30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


1 $2.25
3 2.54
20 2.36
94 2.07
103 1.91
88 2.22
102 1.98
106 1.70
114 1.98
82 1.90
87 1.90
110 1.88
148 1.80
75 2.11
98 1.96
79 1.93
111 1.84
85 1.80
81 1.78
89 1.79
80 1.99
77 1.94
68 1.96
64 1.95
80 1.96
70 2.09
62 2.17
60 2.01
35 2.01
23 2.18
37 2.26
32 2.22
16 2.35
37 2.21
30 2.38
40 2.13
29 2.22
49 2.62
33 2.34
28 2.47
S18 2.48
19 2.58
.. 38 2.47
27 2.46
24 2.55
13 2.69
11 2.59
11 3.01


16
30
75
79
140
107
165
157
130
109
152
147
166
183
169
178
211
226
185
219
191
186
254
224
189
189.
241
205
261'
281
252
270
207
254
232
262
232
162
186
177
106
78
47
2


$1.99
1.92
2.25
1.91
1.63
1.81
1.72
1.73
1.66 ''
1.61
1.93
1.80
1.73
1.70
1.65
1.65
1.69
1.89
1.77
1.69
1.73
1.79
2.00
1.99
1.95
2.02
2.14
2.25
2.21
2.34
2.16
2.33
2.14
2.34
2.71
2.39
2.33
2.20
2.38
2.31
2.11
2.37
2.61
2.88
2.50


1
3
20
96
119
118
177
185
254
189
252
267
278
184
250
226
277
268
250
267
291
303
253
283
271
256
316
284
224
212
278
237
277
318
282
310
236
303
265
290
250
181
224
204
130
91
58
13


$2.25
2.54
2.36
2.07
1.91
2.23
1.95
1.67
1.89
1.80
1.79
1.75
1.71
2.00
1.86
1.80
1.76
1.70
1.69
1.72
1.92
1.81
1.76
1.78
1.84
2.02
2.03
1.96
2.02
2.14
2.25
2.21
2.34
2.17
2.34
2.14
2.33
2.70
2.38
2.34
2.22
2.40
2.34
2.16
2.40
2.62
2.83
2.93


$2.27
2.01
2.75
2.40
2.13
2.47
2.33
2.45
2.29
2.06
2.44
2.46
2.40
2.16
2.12
2.11
2.11
2.43
2.33
2.25
2.30
2.38
2.46
2.42
2.25
2.30
2.53
2.86
2.55
2.77
2.49
2.66
2.58
2.74
2.94
2.50
2.78
2.74
2.71
2.55
2.17
-


$3.29
3.05
3.05
2.99
3.02
2.89
2.58
2.54
2.54
2.55
3.12
3.49.
3.39
3.04
3.10
3.78
3.51
2.80
2.68
2.65
2.56
2.53
2.54
2.62
2.69
2.80
2.78
2.81
2.73
2.82.
2.83
2.82
2.80
2.65
2.92
2.98
2.96
3.10
3.08
3.07
3.34
3.38
2.99
2.96
2.89
2.90-
3.11
3.12
3.36
3.34


I-
TOTAL 2787 2.02 7534 2.04 10321 2.04 2119 2.39 5722* 2.95
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 12,440 cars Avg. $2.10
* California total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tanpa, Fla.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE.AUCTIPN PRICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

PHILADELPHIA

.FL O IrDA STO C K Indian River CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard Staandad Wire- Stds. & Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes boUnd Boxes bound Cmoined Boxes Boxes
Cars I Avg. iCars~ Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Av. Cars I Avg.


1938
Sepg 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
S 28
Nov, 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


1
39
36
36
52
51
37
47
33
54
61
72
18
31
33
28
17
27
26
28
36
35
32
33
19
28
30
6
15
19
21
27
19
19
22
22
26
26
17
18
4
9
6
6
1
2


$2.75
1.86
1.89
2.33
1.87
1.63
1.88
1.68
2.05
1.86
'1.86
1.90
'1.96
1.88
'1.84
1.63
1.90
'1.92
1.99
1.98
1.89
2.02
.1.95
2.14
2.25
2.11
1.95
2.15
2.45
2.55
2.59
.2.40
2.52
2.49
2.48
2.72
2.57
2.48
2.32
2.21
2.53
2.64
2.68
2.91
2.75
3.58


$1.65
1.81
2.21
1.79
1.55
1.73
1.57
1.80
1.68
1.64
1.67
1.69
1.61
1.56
1.51
1.62
1.67
1.87
1.63
1.59
1.66
1.60
1.89
1.99
1.99
1.88
1.89
2.30
2.27
2.38
2.09
2.11
2.11
2.30
2.58
2.37
2.45
2.02
1.89
2.25
2.42
2.27
2.64
2.52
2.80


40
40
50
82
77
82
100
69
111
112
133
57
87
85
106
79
81
93
138
115
124
113
97
92
138
110
66
83
87
92
133
87
92
77
91
88
92
85
45
35
32
25
17
10
3


$2.75
1.85
1.88
2.30
1.84
1.60
1.80
1.62
1.92
1.77
1.76
-1.79
1.78
1.71
1.67
1.54
-1.68
-1.75
1.90
1.70
.1.68
1.76
1.70
1.97
2.04
2.01
1.90
1.91
2.33
2.33
2.43
2.15
2.20
2.19
2.35
2.61
2.43
2.46
2.08
2.02
2.28
2.48
2.37
2.74
2.54
3 .32


$2.13
2.01
2.08
2.14
2.14
2.06
2.01
2.12
2.09
2.02
1.94
2.13
2.11
2.25
2.04
2.01
2.22
2.17
2.23
2.28
2.28
2.23
2.16
2.72
2.66
2.79
2.41
2.37
2.36
2.37
2.67
2.31
2.39
2.51
2.43


$2.97
2.92
2.85
2.82
2.71
2.56
2.36
2.42
2.33
2.32
3.01
3.15
3.06
2.86
3.07
3.77
3.16
2.72
2.40
2.42
2.59
2.32
2.12
2.40
2.47
2.92
2.85
2.71
2.66
2.61
2.68
2.72
2.65
2.63
2.84
2.70
2.53
2.72
3.00
3.07
3.31
3.15
2.75
2.32
2.83
2.79
2.83
2.98
3.13
3.15


TOTAL 1225 2.05 2427 1.92 3652 1.96 "' 397 2.24 1586* 2.77
TTotal Sales, Florida Oranges, alI varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 4,049cars Avg. $1.99
* Califorinna total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


III I [I






WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES QRANGES:'- 1938-39 SEASON.

BOSTON


Standard
Boxes'
Cars I 1R.. .


FLORIDA.., ST C K Indian River
Standard Wire- Stds & Std. Wiri Standard
bound Boxes boin8 Combined _. Boxes
Cars Avg. CaXs lr g. Cars I Avg.


CALIF. STOCK=
Standard
Boxes .
SCat s 1. Ak .


1938
Te-pTT 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


- -
- -


7 $1.45
8 1.77
2 1.92
9 1.90
21 1.65
18 2.05
17 2.00
16 1.80
10 1.86
27 1.90
18 1.90
6 2.26
6 2.11
19 2.30
16 2.04
15 1.88
13 1.93
12 2.03
13 2.19
17 2.01
13 2.12
15 2.17
21 2.23
24 2.19
22 2.19
16 2.11
13 .2.24
6 2.41
3 2.52
5 2.40
7 2.37
5 2.16
9 2.59
9 2.19
8 2.70
15 2.70
8 2.66
15 2.51
8 2.62
14 3.00
10 2.74
7 3.06
6 3.07
i 2


$1.93
2.53
2.08
1.54
2.10
1.76
1.70
.1.83
S1.72
1.75
1.94
1.93
2.01
1.78
1.74
1.69
1.76
1.75
1.82
1.84
1.90
2.07
1.95
2.01
1.96
2.15
2.35
2.32
2.22
2.23
1.97
2.28
2.15
2.86
2.49
2.32
1.98
2.05
2.53
2.30
2.75
2.34


7
11
4
18
35
40
41
36
39
53
39
24
16
48'
54
46
38
41
46
43
38
39
44
45
46
38
.28
.29
38
32
35
26
43
32
35
54
50
38
19
27
24
11
7


$1.45
1.81
2.23
1.99
1.61
2.08
1.86
1.74
1.84
1.81
1.82
2.02
2.00
2.13
1.86
1.79
1.77
1.84
1.87
1.89
1.94
2.00
2.15
2.08
2.10
2.02
2.19
2.36
2.34
2.25
2.26
2.01
2.34
2.16
2.82
2.55
2.37
2.19
2.29
2.77
2.48
2.95
2.97


1
1
2
3
2
3
11
8
21
20
17
10
22
27
35
23
23
21
27
32
18
20
24
20
26
26
18
18
25
20
22
21
20
19
21
17
21
7
3


$1.86
2.48
1.86
2.41
2.44
2.40
2.09
2.25
- 2.06
1.94
2.25
2.24
2.36
2.09
1.94
2.01
2.16
2.27
2.17
2.15
2.25
2.30
2.31
2.26
2.23
2.37
2.63
2.63
2.58
2.50
2.43
2.68
2.40
2.88
2.58
2.49
2.44
2.22
2.81


79
91
71
72
102
101
88
78
69
47
43.
28-i
34
30
31
26
20
15
36
28
17
21
25
23
18
22
19
30
35
38
27
30
31
34
29
32
38
36
34
48
46
42
59
51
68
69
61
65
71
71


TOTAL 529 2.18 928 2.04 1,457 2.09 675 2.31 2038* 2.84
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 2,132 cars Avg. $2.16


a ornia total S
ept. 26, 1938 through A
Ade available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus


Exchange, Tanpa, Fla.


Week
Ending


$3.16
3.04
2.87
3.14
2.80
2.68.
2.51
2.58
2.46
2.35
3.20
3.39
2.91
2.80
3.00
3.41
2.98
3.08
2.59
2.41
2.22
2.21
2.41
2.42
2.49
2.77
2.87
2.75
2.59
2.42
2.80
2.72
2.72
2.69
2.75
2.72
2.75
2.81
2.99
3.12
3.58
3.36
2.74
2.80
3.13
3.13
3.00
3.09
3.26
.3.29. .


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47 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION SPICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON,

PITTSBURGH

FLO RIDA ST O C K Indian River CALIF. SCK
Week Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. 'M- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes baruds Combined Boxes Boxes
S Cars I Avg. Crs Avg. I Cars Cars Avg.. Cars Avg.
1938
S p.T 9 27 $3.09
16 26 3.01
23 33 2.79
30 29 2.69
Oct. 7 29 2.69
14 3 $2.30 1 $1.93 4 $2.21 31 2.72
21 12 1.92 3 1.73 15 1.88 39 2.32
28 1 1.98 2 2.27 3 2.17 27 2.52
Nov. 4 2 1.93 11 2.02 13 2.01 27 2.44
11 12 1.67 12 1.67 25 2.35
18 3 2.32 3 2.10 6. 2.21 19 2.90
25 4 1.98 16 1.98 20 1.98 13 3.50
Dec. 2 3 1.71 10 1.73 13 1.73 24 3.03
9 4 1.80 15 1.86 19 1.85 20 2.73
16 6 1.79 13 1.76 19 1.77 15 2.95
23 10 1.92 14 1.83 24 1.87 22 3.12
30 1 2.61 4 1.89 5 2.03 12 2.70
1939
Jan 6 3 1.84 14 1.89 17 1.88 1 $2.46 10 2.46
13 9 1.82 10 1.66 19. 1.74 1 2.05 13 2.50
20 4 1.82 12 1.79 16 1.80 1 1.83 13 2.54
27 2 1.85 12 1.79 14 1.80 20 2.43
Feb. 3 1 2.07 10 2.04 11 2.04 18 2.23
10 9 2.02 9 2.02 16 2.21
17 1 1.93 22 1.92 23 1.92 14 2.25
24 23 1.79 23 1.79 15 2.33
Mar. 3 14 1.82 14 1.82 11 2.63
10 4 2.10 8 2.00 12 2.03 15 2.71
17 4 2.00 17 2.03 21 2.02 15 2.61
24 1 1.81 26 1.94 27 1.94 21 2.42
31 2 1.87 21 2.08 23 2.06 22 2.40
Apr. 7 22 2.09 22 2.09 19 2.37
14 1 2.13 18 2.10 19 2.10 18 2.57
21 2 2.36 20 2.47 22 2.46 18 2.57
28 2 1.98 22 2.26 24 2.24 22 2.54
May 5 2 2.31 19 2.13 21 2.15 24 2.64
12 7 2.31 21 2.26 28 2.27 23 2.58
19 4 2.39 12 2.22 16 2.26 18 2.71
26 4 2.65 24 2.39 .28 2.43 27 2.73
June 2 3 2.53 11 2.47 14 2.48 21 2.71
9 5 2.76 14 2.70 19 2.72 23 3.12
16 4 2.88 19 2.67 23 2.71 23 3.22
23 3 2.58 12 2.64 15 2.63 25 3.00
30 4 2.24 20 2.35 .24 2.33 32 2.80
July 7 15 1.93 15 1.93 17 2.55
14 4 2.47 4 2.47 25 2.54
21 1 3.00 3 3.53 4 3.40 25 3.01
28 1 3.50 3 2.87 4 3.03 27 2.94
Aug. 4 1 3.25 5 2.65 6 2.75 28 2.87
11 1 3.15 1 3.15 29 2.90
18 27 3.08

TOTAL 124 2.14 567 '2.11" 691 2.11 3 2.11 1006* 2.69
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all-arieties,..
all containers, all sections -------------------- 694 cars Avg. $2.11
California total -.Sep.: 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

CLEVELAND

FLORIDA S T. OC K Indian River CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard StandardWire- Stds. & Std.Then- Standard Standard
Ending 'Boxes bound Boxes i bad.s Combined Boxes Boxes
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. I Cars Avg. Cars Avg.
1938
Sep.t. 9- 30 $3.23
16- 31 2.90
23 33 2.85
30 29 2.76
Oct. 7 1 $2.60 1 $2.60 29 2.82
14 16 2.17 1 $1.56 17 2.13 38 2.60
21 11 2.29 6 1.80 17 2.12 27 2.43
28 12 2.57 4 2.35 16 2.52 22 2.60
Nov. 4 14 2.22 13 2.07 27 2.15 25 2.32
11 12 1.88 9 1.77 21 1.83 25 2.40
18 7 2.37 10 2.18 17 2.26 13 2.99
25 9 2.21 25 2.01 34 2.06 17 3.35
Dec. 2 9 1.82 16 1.70 25 1.74 20 2.84
9 10 1.94 11 1.83 21 1.88 21 2.87
16 15 2.05 17 1.88 32 1.96 22 3.12
23 16 1.85 12 1.66 28 1.77 28 2.92
30 5 2.32 6 2.08 11 2.19 15 2.69
1939
Jan.. 6 7 2.29 9 2.12 16 2.20 1 $2.58 13 2.42
13 5 2.07 34 1.83 39 1.86 1 2.25 12 2.35
20 9 1.98 28 1.79 37 1.84 11 2.37
27 10 2.06 10 1.71 20 1.89 1 1.90 24 2.36
Feb. 3 9 2.03 24 1.84 33 1.89 1 2.29 21 2.22
10 14 1.94 12 1.84 26 1.89 1 2.45 19 2.16
17 11 2.00 19 1.81 30 1.88 13 2.27
24 12 1.93 26 1.88 38 1.90 15 2.64
Mar. 3 9 2.10 25 1.87 34 1.93 13 2.54
10 9 2.26 24 2.12 33 2.16 16 2.62
17 9 2.20 25 2.02 34 2.07 16 2.62
24 8 2.29 20 2.02 28 2.10 19 2.50
31 8 2.38 13 2.14 21 2.23 21 2.45
Apr. 7 6 2.35 25 2.14 31 2.18 21 2.63
14 7 2.49 16 2.22 23 2.30 18 2.58
21 6 2.83 15 2.45 21 2.56 19 2.55
28 7 2.65 19 2.27 26 2.37 17 2.67
May 5 7 2.65 22 2.24 29 2.34 18 2.94
12 7 2.51 23 2.07 30 2.17 25 2.66
19 11 2.85 12 2.39 23 2.61 22 2.67
26 14 2.80 23 2.55 37 2.64 30 2.96
June 2 8 2.68 12 2.41 20 2.52 18 2.60
9 10 2.81 24 2.52 34 2.61 18 3.15
16 8 2.75 15 2.65 23 2.68 25 3.28
23 7 3.05 15 2.49 22 2.67 25 3.06
30 8 2.78 29 2.27 37 2.38 25 2.79
July 7 3 2.29 13 2.07 16 2.11 20 2.37
14 2 3.08 12 2.69 14 2.75 22 2.83
21 2 3.43 9 3.02 11 3.09 23 2.94
28 4 3.08 10 3.09 14 3.09 24 3.03
Aug. 4 1 3.60 8 2.84 9 2.92 21 2.90
11 1 3.75 5 3.21 6 3.30 -- 26 3.03
18 4 3.31 4 3.31 21 2.98

TOTAL 376 2.32 710 2.14 1086 2.20 5 2.29 982* 2.72
-Total Sales,. Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------- 1,091 cars Avg. $2.20
California total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tapa, Fla.


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49 -

WEIGTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OBANES 1938-39 SEASON.

CHICA G -


FL 0 RIDA S T 0OCK Indian River CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard Standard Wire-. Stds. & Std-.Wre-- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes bands Combined Boxes Boles
_Cars tA. g. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


1938
SwE-t 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan' 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30.
July 7
14.
21
28.
Aug. 4
11


$2.55
2.33
2.11
2.14
2.07
1.86
2.17
2.16
1.96
2.19
1.97
1.99
2.63


10 2
15 2
16 1
10 2
10 2
6 2
10 2
14 2
18 2
17 2
15 2
13 2
18 2
11 2
13 2
12 2
11 2
11 2
18 2
15 2
18 2
18 2
22 2
13 2
10 2
13 2
5 2
8 2
6 3
3 3
1 3


$1.73
2.26
2.40
2.12
1.76
2.12
2.03
1.81
2.06
1.84
1.74
2.24
2.07
2.02
1.84
1.94
2.00
2.08
1.93
1.99
1.87
1.96
2.12
2.10
2.28
2.18
2.36
2.52
2.51
2.35
2.33
2.26
2.49
2.62
2.49
2.49
2.64
2.60
2.41
2.60
3.11
2.85
2.61


.05
.07
.94
.03
.12
.27
.25
.15
.06
.10
.18
.35
.37
.44
.55
.76
.68
.80
.66
.75
.80
.81
.73
.79
.87
.77
.62
.67
.35
.13
.38


$2.55
2.28
2.14
2.27
2.11
1.80
2.14
2.06
1.86
2.10
1.91
1.83
2.29
2.06
2.04
1.87'
1.97
2.04
2.10
2.00
2.02
1.93
2.02
2.14
2.17
2.31
2.24
2.43
2.58
2.56
2.44
2.45
2.42
2.60
2.71
2.59
2.58
2.70
2.64
2.44
2.62
3.20
2.91
3.00


$2.33
2.63
2.11


$3.22
3.11
3.01
2.92
2.93
2.86
2.67
2.48
2.50
,2.63
3.35
3.34
2.99
2.80
3.03
3.10
3.08
2.64
2.66
2.62
2.49
2.37
2.32
2.45
2.64
2.47
2.66
2.61
2.72
2.71
2.72
2.76
2.72
2.80
2.79
2.91
2.91
2.77
3.08
3.21
3.33
3.23
2.99
2.59
2.84
2.94
2.93
3.09
3.12
3.12


.1 ...-- --- 1, -.1 --

TOTAL 524 2.37 1112 2.21.. 1636 2.2 3 2.36 2409* 2.83
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------ 1,639 cars Avg. $2.26.
SCalifornia total Sept. 23, 1933 hi'ouaJ Aug. 13, 1939.
WaLe available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tanpa, Fla.




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WEIGHME AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

S T. L UIS

SL FLORIDA S O CK IndianRiver CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard. Standard Wire- Stds. & td. Wre- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes .- b'o=id Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
S Cars [ Avg. Cars Avge CasI Avg. Cars. Avg. Cars Avg.


1938
Sept. 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug.. 4
18
18


$1.90
1.51
2.20
1.41
1.82
2.28
2.01
1.91
2.00
1.96
2.39
1.94
1.79
2.23
2.13
2.12
1.79
2.11
2.10
2.17
1.90
1.78
2.20
2.65
2.54
2.38
2.41
2.79
3.01
2,72
2,67
2.80
2.55
1.85


6
2
7
14
3
6
16
11
8
10
6


$1.56
2.00
1.48
1.94
2.10
2 .i




1.83
1.68
1.70
1.83
1.82
1.48
1.59
1.66
1.63
1.77
1.83
1.50
1.57
1.73
1.92
1.94
1.85
1.95
2.09
1.95
2.22
2.35
2.14
1.95
2.06
2.32
2.31
2.24
2.17
2.43
2.13
1.84
2.15
2.98
2.68
2.60
2.35


1.54
2.14
1.46
1.86
2.16
1.95
1.78
1.81
1.91
1.92
1.61
1.63
1.75
1.67
1.89
1.83
1.51
1.62
1.77
1.96
1.93
1.85
1.94
2.09
1.97
2.22
2.42
2.20
2.05
2.15
2.46
2.51
2.44
2.36
2.53
2.21
1.84
2.15
2.98
2.68
2.60
2.35


$3.01
2.90
2.81
2.68
2.65
2.52
2.39
2.17
2.20
2.23
2.84
3.30
2.72
2.76
2.90
3.00
2.65
2.50
2.38
2.49
2.33
2.20
2.15
2.20
2.41
2.38
2.57
2.47
2.39
2.37
2.55
2.55
2.43
.2.60
2.75
2.55
2.63
2.68
3.02
3.20
3.15
3.15
2.72
2.52
2.59
2.65
2.75
2.84
2.82
2.87


___ I **- -____ -__------
TOTAL 113 2.22 398. 1.95 511 2.01 1097* 2.61
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------. 511. cars Avg. $2.01"


Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


* California total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus





51 -
WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

CINCINNA TI


FL OR I DA ST 0 C K Indian River CAIJF. STOCK
Week Standard Standard Wire.- Stda & Std.Wre- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound.Box bunis Combined Boxes Boxes
Cars Avg. CarsIAv Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars A vg.


1938
Sep$T 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June, 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


1
7
18
17
16
14
12
7
10
12
6
12
9
3
5
7
2
4
3
2
4
1
8
10
5
5
3
4
3
3
7
7
6
6
5
6
4
6
7
4
3
4
2
3
3


$2.40
2.60
2.15
2.23
2.31
1.88
1.69
2.16
1.96
1.74
1.84
1.81
1.89
2.12
1.88
1.80
1.55
1.83
1.98
1.75
2.03
1.55
1.89
2.11
2.02
1.97
2.22
2.24
2.38
2.35
2.41
2.37
2.71
2.73
2.43
2.73
2.70
2.77
2.39
2.35
2.70
2.95
3.00
2.95
3.33


$1.85
2.25
2.17
1.88
1.68
1.96
1.86
1.71
1.77
1.68
1.78
1.78
1.66
1.60
1.63
1.90
1.84
1.82
1.65
1.72
1.73
1.98
1.90
1.96
2.04
2.11
2.16
2.33
2.27
2.10
2.09
2.29
2.26
2.11
2.39
2.54
2.36
2.39
2.18
2.43
2.65
2.75
2.78
2.64
2.95


$2.40
2.60
2.11
2.23
2.25
1.88
1.68
2.02
1.89
1.72
1.78
1.70
1.80
1.81
1.69
1.63
1.63
1.89
1.85
1.82
1.68
1.72
1.75
2.01
1.91
1.96
2.06
2.12
2.18
2.33
2.28
2.15
2.15
2.37
2.31
2.16
2.46
2.56
2.45
2.39
2.21
2.47
2.73
2.79
2.82
2.87
2.95


$2.40
1.85


2.25
2.20
2.10
2 .i










2.35







2.60


$3.05
2.85
2.77
2.65
2.68
2.38
2.49
2.37
2.24
2.26
2.61
3.23
2.95
2.84
2.87
2.87
2.19
2.53
2.28
2.16
2.16
2.18
2.15
2.43
2.24
2.50
2.75
2.45
2.27
2.37
2.31
2.55
2.51
2.42
2.70
2.59
2.69
2.48
2.68
2.87
3.06
3.08
2.78
2.51
2.60
2.75
2.72
2.82
2.86
2.80


______I_____________* I -
TOTAL 286 2.18 1261 1.98 1547 2.01 8 2.20 533* 2.61
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------- 1,555 cars Avg. $2.01


Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


SCalifornia total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus





52 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

DETROIT

FLO R I DA STOCK Indian River CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. Wie- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes boundsCombined Boxes Boxes
Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg.


1938
Sep"=P 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


$1.85
2.00
2.62
2.15
2.04
2.39
2.25
1.78
2.13
2.27
1.90
1.91
2.35
1.87
2.28
1.79
1.57
-L
2.26
2.38
2.00
2.07
2.08
2.12
2.38
2.47
2.41
3.03
2.72
2.60
2.46
2.50
2.90
2.76
2.55
2.64
2.97
2.65
2.34
2.02
3.85
2.86


$1.72
2.00
2.41
2.16
1.76
2.10
2.11
1.78
1.80
2.01
1.86
1.95
2.10
1.91
1.77
1.86
1.98
1.97
1.81
1.99
1.83
1.80
2.17
2.09
2.11
2.22
2.28
2.41
2.34
2.27
2.18
2.12
2.54
2.28
2.45
2.65
2.87
2.35
2.19
2.33
2.80
3.29
2.73
3.23


$1.83
2.00
2.54
2.15
1.83
2.22
2.16
1.78
1.95
2.13
1.88
1.95
2.15
1.90
1.81
1.86
1.95
1.97
1.88
2.02
1.89
1.91
2.15
2.10
2.15
2.29
2.32
2.58
2.46
2.37
2.27
2.24
2.72
2.53
2.50
2.65
2.91
2.40
2.21
2.30
3.33
3.08
2.73
3.23


$2.43
2.17
2.70
2.18










-


$3.30
3.05
3.00
2.93
2.82
2.79
2.58
2.71
2.45
2.57
3.08
3.39
2.90
2.81
3.08
3.04
2.88
2.59
2.55
2.48
2.43
2.28
2.24
2.36
2.56
2.46
2.56
2.61
2.59
2.45
2.60
2.54
2.49
2.61
2.77
2.72
2.79
2.66
3.01
3.33
3.32
3.28
2.98
2.63
2.79
2.88
2.80
3.03
3.24
3.19


TOTAL 211 2.33 501 2.10 712 2.17 5 2.33 1419* 2.76
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 717 cars Avg. $2.17
SCalifornia total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
M ae available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


I II @ I II I I I





53 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES CHANGES 1938-39 SEASON.

BALTIMORE


FL 0 RIDA ST 0 C K Inian River CALIF. STOCK
Week Standard Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. Wie- Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes bamds Combined Boxes Boxes
.. Cars IAvg. Cars I Avg. Cars IAvg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg.


1938
Sept. 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


-
2

1

1
1
1





1


6
7
2
4
4
8
8
7
- 6
.9
8
8
3


$2.09
1.94
2.02
1.73
1.81



1.79
1.82
1.78

1.66



1.53

1.97

1.65
1.80
1.71
1.52

-


2.54


2.29
2.29
2.33
2.44
2.54
2.47
2.36
2.39
2.28
2.38
2.79
2.55
2.03
2.6


2
2
10
4
7
7
7.
6.
8.
3.

5
13.
10
9.
11
5.
9
11
6
5.
5
6
13
11
9
5
9
6
9
7
9
11
1
9
8
8
5
1
1


$2.05
1.76
1.53
1.65
1.81
1.64
.1.69
1.73
1.87
1.95

1.83
1.34
1.36
1.54
1.47
1.95
1.63
1.50
1.45
1.69
1.82
1.82
1.84
1.70
1.83
2.36
2.30
2.12
2.03
1.89
2.12
1.95
2.70
2.29
2.06
2.11
1.66
1.75
2.25
2 .06


$2.09
1.94
2.02
1.84
1.79
1.53
1.65
1.81
1.69
1.73
1.74
1.87
1.88

1.83
1.34
1.39
1.54
1.51
1.95
1.63
1.53
1.49
1.66
1.82
1.82
1.84
1.70
1.83
2.39
2.30
2.12
2.13
2.09
2.16
2.08
2.65
2.38
2.21
2.24
2.00
2.32
2.73
2.50
2.03


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$1.94
-

-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


$2.92
2.85
2.72
2.49
2.59
2.47
2.36
2.45
1.96
2.23
3.06
3.57
3.06
2.84
3.02
3.15
2.93

2.79
2.34
2.24
2.38
2.36
2.42
2.75
2.66
2.94
2.87
2.88
2.75
2.79
3.26
3.34
2.82
2.77
2.76
3.03
2.86
2.70
3.10
3.00
3.07
2.94
2.69
2.56
2.68
2.88
2.67
3.06
2.92
2.87


TOITL 114 '2.25 281 1.82 395 1.94 1 1.94 365* 2.72

Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
..all containers, all sections ---.T----- ----- 396 cars Avg. $1.94
S4i.l -n.t 4-1 C J.4- JO 1 0diy-. l-r 1in 1 09


Mlad e available through the courtesy of the Florida Cit:rus
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus


Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


i I I i




-54-
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION EPICES-- ORANES 1938-39 SEASON.

TOTAL ALL CI T I..ES

F L 0 I D A STO C K Indian River CIIF. STOCK
Week Standard. Standard Wire- Stds. & Std. Wie-. Standard Standard
Ending Boxes bound Boxes bands Comoined Boxes Boxes
SCars Avg. Cars- 'Avg. I I Cas g. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1938
Sept. 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7.
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18.


1
4
32
213
220
173
219
221
201
183
196
217
307
223
136
145
207
166
141
157
140
150
152
160
180
164
138
144
107
72
82
86
77
128
106
123
112
146
121
.104
98
68
79
68
59
34
16
13


$2.25
2.50
2.43
2.04
1.97
2.27
1.97
1.70
2.01
1.89
1.90
1.89
1.86
1.97
2.00
1.95
1.90
1.82
1.85
1.87
2.00
2.00
1.97
2.00
2.02
2.12
2.19
2.13
2.10
2.31
2.45
2.45
2.54
2.38
2.51
2.51
2.50
2.67
2.57
2.61
2.51
2.40
2.60
2.73
2.74
2.82
2.81
3.10


77
190
209
-s



260
293
318
352
332
297
278
314
411
466
370
382
468
545
477
500
422
410
509
497
452
385
452
439
520
559
452
529
387
473
454
473
482
301
297
251
174
125
72
10


$1.80
1.95
2.26
1.94
1.63
1.87
1.79
1.74
1.74
1.68
1.81
1.83
1.77
1.73
1.67
1.70
1.74
1.89
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.81
1.99
1.99
2.00
2.02
2.11
2.31
2.27
2.30
2.15
2.25
2.21
2.32
2.64
2.43
2.39
2.22
2.25
2.35
2.27
2.50
2.64
2.85
2.99


$2.25
2.50
2.43
2.03
1.96
2.27
1.96
1.67
1.93
1.83
1.80
1.80
1.77
1.88
1.89
1.83
1.79
1.70
1.74
1.78
1.92
1.79
1.79.
1.80
1.87
2.02
2.03
2.03
2.04
2.14
2.33
2.30
2.33
2.19
2.30
2.27
2.36
2.65
2.46
2.43
2.27
2.28
2.40
2.37
2.56
2.68
2.85
3.05


$2.27
1.99
2.61
2.30
2.17
2.33
2.31
2.33
2.26
2.05
2.26
2.38
2.35
2.18
2.09
2.08
2.09
2.36
2.28
2.21
2.26
2.34
2.41
2.38
2.26
2.28
2.42
2.79
2.58
2.72
2.48
2.56
2.57
2.56
2.88
2.50
2.64
2.58
2.44
2.64
2.17


653
642
687
657
670
703
653
631
533
420
327
241
321
310
264
280
195
201
214
211
244
235
249
217
209
208
204
248
251
298
274
290
300
282
293
324
315
353
275
405
344
366
482
416
519
510
458
537
572
648


$3.18
3.01
2.94
2.91
2.86
2.74
2.52
2.51
2.45
2.47
3.11
3.40
3.09
2.88
3.03
3.24
3.07
2.71
2.57
2.53
2.44
2.33
2.33
2.44
2.57
2.64
2.71
2.68
2.60
2.60
2.70
2.71
2.67
2.66
2.83
2.80
2.82
2.86
2.98
3.13
3.33
3.25
2.87
2.69
2.85
2.91
2.94
3.04
3.19
3.20


TOTAL 6289 2.11 15719 2.03 22008- 2.05 3216 2.35 17157* 2.82
Total Sales, Florida Oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections.-- ----------- 25,224 cars Avg. $2.09
SCalifornia total Sept. 26, 1938 through Aug. 18, 1939.
Made available through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tanpa, Fla.


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55 -
WEIGH ED AVERAM AUCTION.PRICES FTORIAi SEEDED & SEEDLESS GRAPERUIT

NEW YORK C ITY

FIA. s DD GRAPE'tIT FL A. SEEDLESS GRApEEUIT
Stas .& ~ Ind.Riv. Sts.& RS. Iid.Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire- Wixrhounds Standard Standard Std.Wire- Wirebounds Standard
End- Boxes boun Boxes Combined Boxes Boxes batdBoxes Coabined Boxes
ing CarslAvg. CCarsAvg. as Avg. ars svg. .CarsAvg. Car slAvg. Cars Avg. Car svg.
1 re*7O^ '''


.LDO
977
16
23
30
10/7
14
21
28
11/4
11
18
25
12/2 -
9
16
23
30
1939
13
20
27
2/ 3
10
17
24
3/ 3
10
17
24
31
4/ 7
14
21
28
5/ 5
12
19
26
6/ 2
9
16
23
30
7/ 7
14
21
28
8/ 4
11
18


16 $2.40 16 2.40 -
43 2.07 43 2.07 1 $3.21 7 $2.63
36 2.12 36 2.12 3 2.96 2 3.49
63 2.04 1 $1.80 64 2.04 4 3.07 22 2.59
74 1.69 2 1.37 76 1.68 10 2.43 43 2.00
68 1.35 4 1.43 72 1.35 27 1.89 53 1.72
36 1.31 10 1.34 46 1.32 28 1.80 30 1.74
32 1.41 6 1.38 38 1.40 17 2.11 25 1.69
21 1.57 13 1.45 34 1.52 35 2.09 19 2.04
21 1.53 9 1.45 30 1.50 27 1.82 47 1.80
27 1.47 39 1.35 66 1.40 21 1.98 52 1.65
9 1.40 22 1.22 31 1.27 16 2.03 20 1.49.
10 1.38 18 1.26 28 1.30 41 1.83 21 1.45
7 1.30 29 1.21 36 1.23 29 1.72 6 1.53
7 1.28 26 1.30 33 1.30 29 1.79 14 1.69
8. 1.39 18 1.34 26 1.36 20 1.89 16 1.69
7 1.32 22 1.30 29 1.30 20 1.82 9 1.57
10 1.31 24 1.22 34 1.25 19 1.69 13 1.52
13 1.37 29 1.31 42 1.33 23 1.72 14 1.48
6 1.35 30 1.34 36 1.34 28 1.74 7 1.47
3 1.33 20 1.40 23 1.39 29 1.76 8 1.78
6 1.37 35 1.36 41 1.36 38 1.64 17 1.60
6 1.46 23 1.43 29 1.44 26 1.66 14 1.49
4 1.40 22 1.33 26 1.34 23 1.67 12 1.46
7 1.39 23 1.31 30 1.34 25 1.68 12 1.56
8 1.41 17 1.35 25 1.37 27 1.75 22 1.56
4 1.48 29 1.37 33 1.38 19 1.76 21 1.50
12 1.24 36 1.21 48 1.22 38 1.59 8 1.47
4 1.26 31 1.24 35 1.24 -19 1.59 7 1.43
6 1.28 14 1.32 20 1.31 12 1.75 14 1.39
3 1.41 21 1.46 24 1.45 10 1.85 9 1.49
12 1.55 33 1.48 45 1.50 16 1.72 10 1.55
11 1.50 45 1.36 56 1.39 5 1.99 19 1.68
16 1.42 25 1.29 41 1.34 12 1.75 18 1.57
20 1.40 29 1.27 49 1.32 7 1.83 21 1.66
23 1.39 22 1.26 45 1.33 5 1.48 20 1.58
15 1.54 9 1.49 24 1.52 3 1.80 30 1.60
15 1.62 16 1.44 31 1.53 4 1.73 31 1.60
14 1.52 9 1.33 23 1.44 7 1.70 24 1.51
6 1.68 4 1.73 10 1.70 4 1.62 35 1.76
14 1.66 5 1.44 19 1.60 6 2.17 38 1:67
9 1.66 6 1.43 15 1.57 8 1.85 32 1.79
9 1.32 11 1.22 20 1.26 4 1.65 45 1.42
3 1.51 5 1.18 8 1.30 19 1.48
3 1.97 1 1.54 4 1.86 13 2.02
3 2.08 1 1.60 4 1.96 19 1.98
3 1.43 3 1.26 6 1.34 22 1.59
S2 .99 2 .99 4 2.19 14 1.31
2 1.56 1 .99 3 1.37 3 1.76 8 1.62
- *3 3.43 8 2.18


TOTAIL 755 1.60 800 1.33 1555 1.46 755 1.82 990 1.68 986 1.49 1976 1.59 2103 2.10


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


7 $2.63 -
2 3.49 -
22 2.59 1 $3.62
1 $2.11 44 2.00 1 3.23
1 1.62 54 1.72 6 2.57
2 1.61 32 1.73 21 2.43
4 1.68 29 1.69 26 2.48
7 2.01 26 2.03 21 2.65
10 1.81 57 1.80 22 2.68
18 1.61 70 1.64 40 2.50
20 1.42 40 1.46 40 2.07
25 1.43 46 1.44 30 2.26
17 1.52 23 1.52 46 2.27
14 1.54 28 1.61 57 2.13
13 1.62 29. 1.66 48 2.33
18 1.54 27. 1.55 39 2.13
14 1.47 27 1.49 49 2.09
18 1.50 32 1.49 40 2.13
15 1.57 22 1.54 48 2.22
18 1.74 26 1.75 66 2.30
27. 1.62 44. 1.61 85 2.03
23 1.51 37 1.50 97 1.92
18 1.45 30. 1.45 63 1.89
25 1.48 37 1.51 44 2.04
36 1.53 58 1.54 72 2.21
41 1.47 62 1.48 107 1.90
26 1.45 34 1.45 85 1.80
29 1.39 36 1.40 91 1.79
34 1.36 48 1.37 84 1.88
29 1.52 38 1.51 68 2.13
40 1.57 50 1.57 66 2.25
57 1.50 76 1.55 76 2.23
40 1.43 58 1.47 65 2.17
33 1.54 54 1.59 71 2.14
36 1.39 56 1.46 81 1.95
33 1.43 63 1.51 61 2.10
41 1.46 72 1.52 66 2.16
28 1.35 52 1.42 69 1.92
16 1.77 51 1.76 57 2.09
31 1.60 69 1.64 41 2.07
31 1.62 63 1.71 12 2.29
34 1.18 79 1.32 17 1.88
17 1.17 36 1.33 2 2.13
15 1.59 28 1,79 5 1.95
14 1.76 33 1.88 2 3.50
3 1.50 25 1.58 3 2.22
12 1.06 26 1.19 4 2.61
2 1.32 10 1.56 4 2.18
- 8 2.18 4 3.15


Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------ 6,389 cars Avg. $1.75


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES -F DRILDA SEEE & SEEDESS GRAPEFRUIT

PPHILADELP IA

FIA. SEEDED CRAPETRUIT FIA. SEDMLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Stds.& Std. IndRiv. Sbds.& Std I iv
Week St ard Std. Wire- Wirebowds Standard Standard Std. Wire- ir bois Standard
Enc d. .CaMrs vg. Crombs.vd. Be s Box. Ca sAv Cas Can dar Carske
ing Cars|Avg. Cars|Ag. Cars Avg. CarsaAvg. Cars|Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1938
9"7-"
16
23
10/7
14
21
28
11/4
11
18
25
12/2
9
16
23
30
1939
'13
20
27
2/ 3
10
17
3/ 3
10
17
24
31
4/ 7
14
21
28
5/ 5
12
19
26
6/ 2
9
16
23
30
7/ 7
14
21
28
8/ 4
11
18


-

4 $1.69
S 2 1.83
3 $1.79 4 1.80
1. 2.00 6 .1.73
1. 1.80 7 1.82
5 1.87 11 1.62
5 1.72 3 .1.63
3 2.17 5 1.47
12 1.83 11 1.66
6 1.71 5.1.56
6 1.71 1 -1.75
7 1.81 2 1.18
6 1.53 2 1.85


2 $2.50
19 2.06
15 1.91
24 2.07
29 1.61
17 1.54
19 1.46
15 1.43
12 1.54
9 1.45
9 1.33
5 1.49
2 1.55
8 1.35
3 1.35
8 1.35
3 1.37
2 1.23
2 1.90
4 1.45
4 1.30
7 1.36
4 1.43
3 1.32
6 1.41
6 1.41
2 1.33
2 1.33
5 1.23
3 1.42
1 1.75
3 1.43
6 1.48
11 1.23
9 1.48
7 1.50
13 1.35
8 1.21
3 1.42
4 2.02
1 1.40
1 1.70

3 1.95
2 2.50
2 .1.88
1 2.35
1 .1.50.
W -


- -1.69
2 1.83
- 4 1.80
1 $1.55 7 1.70
- 7 1.82
3 1.57 14 1.61
4 1.59 7 1.61
3 1.52 8 1.49
2 1.50 13 1.63
4 1.42 9 1.50
5 1.20 6 1.29
6 1.21 8 1.20
1 1.45 3 1.72


2 $2.50
-. 19 2.06
15 1.91
24 2.07
1 $1.20 30 1.60
4 1.40 21 1.51
5 1.19 24 1.40
3 1.70 18 1.48
8 1.39 20 1.48
2 1.20 11 1.40
11 1.34 20 1.34
6 1.27 11 1.37
8 1.23 10 1.29
5 1.35 13 1.35
8 1.31 11 1.32
2 1.15 10 1.31
3 1.15 6 1.26
2 1.23 4 1.23
4 1.20 6 1.43
3 1.23 7 1.36
2 1.40 6 1.33
5 1.33 12 1.35
4 1.33 8 1.38
3 1.30 6 1.31
8 1.39 14 1.40
15 1.37 21 1.38
9 1.37 11 .1.36
13 1.25 15 1.26
19 1.19 24 1.20
6 1.25 9 1.31
2 1.43 3 1.53
8 1.51 11 1.49
21 1.39 27 1.41
14 1.18 25 1.20
13 1.25 22 1.34
16 1.30. 23 1.36
4 1.13 17 1.30
2 1..15 10 1.20
4 1.40 7 1.40
1 1.80 5 1.98
2 1.58 3 1.52
3 1.43 4 1.50
4 1.01 4 1.01
- 3- 1.95
- 2 2.50
2 1.88
1 1.15 2 1.75
1 1.50


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3 $1.88
2 2.40
4 2.12
1 2.65
1 2.10
11 1.82
6 1.75
4 1.99
1 1.95
6 2.16
11 1.93
8 1.86
10 1.89
10 1.81
13 1.84
8 1.86
9 2.07
16 1.97
21 1.71
18 1.66
17 1.61
9 1.72
11 2.09
7 2.12
19 1.99
14 1.73
11 1.89
1& 1.69
15 1.56
16 1.56
7 1.94
14 2.12
16 1.65
2 1.75
3 1.33


TO0AL 325 1.57 254 1.30 579 1.45 133 1.66 174 1.60 201 1.38 "375 1.48 342 1.83


Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------------------


1,429 cars Avg. $1.57


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


4 1.57
8 1.71
8 1.54
9 1.49
7 1.47
5 1.69
4 1.68
5 1.70
6 1.63
3 1.52
1 1.60
6 1.44
4 1.72
4 1.65





1 1.85
3 1.30
-* -


3 .1.57 2, 1.65 5 1.60
2 -1-.45 7 1.44 9 1.44
5 1.54 3 1.45 8 1.51
2 1.63 1 1.50 3 1.59
6 1.58 3 1.45 9 1.54
4 1.63 3 1.45 7 1.55
3 1.43 3 1.47 6 1.45
- 4 1.55 4 1.55
3 1.63 9 1.53 12 1.55
2 1.43 10 1.44 12 1.44
2 1.40 8 1.31 10 1.33
- 5 1.28 5 1.28
4 1.30 4 1.30
6 1.63 6. 1.63
1 1.60 13 1.54 14 1.54
3 1.73 11 1.49 14 1.54
2 1.53 7 1.33 9 1.37
7 1.46 7 1.46
3 1.23 12 1.35 15 1.33
5 1.26 9 1.14 14 1.18
4 1.24 4 1.12 8 1.18
5 1.49 7 1.34 12 1.40
4 1.89 3 1.83 7 1.86
11 1.50 6 1.43 17 1.48
6 1.43 3. 1.13 9 1.33
8 1.58 10 1.04 18 1.28
4 1.44 5 1.01 9 1.30
7. 1.92 4 1.43 11 1.74
4 1.73 2 1.48 6 1.65
5 1.55 1 1.10 6 1.47
2 1.53 2 1.53
3 1.47 3 1.47
2 2.40 2 2.40


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WEIGHT AVEGE AUCTION PRICES FIORIDA SE & SEEDLESS GRAPERUIT
1938-59 MASON
B 0 S T 0 N

FLA. SEED GPEMRUIT FLA. SEEDLESS GEAPEFRUIT
Stds.& Std. Ind.Riv. Stds.&Std. Ind.Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire-I Wroboands Standard Standard Std. Wire- WireboundS Standard
End- Boxes bnrxei Cibined I Boxoxes bnBoxes bied Boxes
ng asAvg. Carsv. Cars g. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars vg. Casvg.
1938
16 3 $2.03 3 $2.03 -
23 4 1.93 4 1.93 -
30 4 2.39 4 2.39 -
10/7 12 1.72 1 $1.56 13 1.71 3 $1.73 3 $1.73 -
14 12 1.35 12 1.35 2 $1.84 3 1.46 3 1.46 -
21 8 1.53 2 1.35 10 1.49 4 1.91 -
28 9 1.47 4 1.42 13 1.45 3 2.09 1 2.12 1 2.12 2 $2.07
11/4 4 1.48 1 1.56 5 1.50 1 2.25 1 2.21
11 8 1.57 1 1.59 9 1.57 10 1.90 1 2.22 1 $1.80 2 2.01 3 2.50
18 3 1.60 6 1.48 9 1.52 8 2.00 7 1.83 7 1.83 2 2.34
25 2 1.35 6 1.30 8 1.31 5 1.87 2 1.77 1 1.82 3 1.79 4 2.60
12/2 1 1.51 3 1.14 4 1.23 14 1.64 1 1.52 3 1.51 4 1.51 11 1.79
9 2 1.11 2 .97 4 1.04 8 1.48 2 1.39 2 1.17 4 1.28 13 1.71
16 1 1.10 1 1.10 13 1.65 2 1.34 2 1.34 5 1.91
23 1 1.18 1 1.18 8 1.69 2 1.68 2 1.68 4 2.27
30 2 1.39 2 1.39 4 1.91 5 2.43
1939
T 2 1.37 2 1.37 3 1.77 3 1.96 3 1.96 10 2.08
13 2 1.46 2 1.36 4 1.41 11 1.79 1 1.48 1 1.66 2 1.57 9 2.07
20 1 1.65 4 1.19 5 1.28 10 1.67 2 1.49 2 1.49 10 1.90
27 3 1.59 3 1.59 7 1.75 1 1.60 1 1.81 2 1.71 11 1.88
2/ 3 1 1.45 1 1.45 12 1.64 2 1.61 2 1.55 4 1.58 9 1.89
10 14 1.66 1 1.60 1 1.27 2 1.44 15 1.77
17 2 1.50 1 1.30 3 1.43 17 1.68 15 1.96
24 1 1.16 1 1.11 2 1.14 10 1.67 1 1.55 2 1.48 3 1.50 13 1.88
3/ 3 1 1.53 4 1.40 5 1.43 13 1.65 19 1.90
10 1 1.55 1 1.55 19 1.64 20 1.78
17 4 1.40 4 1.40 13 1.51 1 1.49 11.49 24 1.71
24 4 1.23 4 1.23 6 1.41 1 1.58 1 1.42 2 1.50 18 1.62
31 3 1.27 3 1.27 1 1.87 1 1.83 1 1.64 2 1.73 18 1.80
4/ 7 1 1.58 1 1.58 6 1.82 2 1.62 2 1.62 16 1.99
14 1 1.40 1 1.40 9 1.93 1 1.52 1 1.52 11 2.14
21 1 1.82 1 1.82 4 2.10 1 1.72 1 1.67 2 1.70 26 2.04
28 6 1.63 6 .87 12 1.25 6 1.65 1 1.44 6 1.23 7 1.26 26 1.73
5/ 5 4 1.43 1 1.03 5 1.35 6 1.45 1 1.40 1 1.40 21 1.66
12 4 1.02 1 1.30 5 1.08 1 1.63 1 1.64 1 1.64 19 1.65
19 1 1.80 1 2.02 1 2.02 12 1.98
26 5 1.81 1 1.42 6 1.75 22 2.13
6/ 2 1 1.17 1 1.17 2 1.59 1 1.33 1 1.28 2 1.31 32 1.56
9 20 1.76
16 2 1.79 2 1.68 1 1.23 3 1.53 18 1.99
23 1 1.44 1 1.44 3 1.91 3 1.3Q 3 1.30 8 2.04
30 1 2.35 1 1.02 2 1.20 3 1.14 11 1.92
7/ 7 2 1.82 3 1.03 3 1.03 4 1.92
14 1 2.25 2 1.18 2 1.18 4 2.40
21 1 1.22 1 1.22 1 2.43
28 1 1.29 1 1.29 3 1.49 3 1.49
8/ 4 1 1.35 3 1.16 3 1.16 -
11 2 2.05 -
18 -

TOTAL 98 1.56 69 1.29 167 1.45 263 1.72 49 1.69 49 1.37 98 1.53 492 1.87
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections --------- --------- 1,020 cars Avg. $1.73

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


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WEIGHMED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIFIDA-SEE &D SDLESs EAPE'RUIT
1938-39 SEASON
PITTSB UR G H

LA. SE=T GPU EERU F. SEEESS GBAPEERUIT
Stds& Std. Ind.Riv. St s.& Std. In.Riv.
Week Standard Std. Wire- robounda Stadard Standard Std. Wire- Wirbounds Standard
EndC- o Boes Boxes ABos ,Aoes Cmbined Boe_
gn CslAvR Cars|Avg. 'CarslAvg. Car.s-Avg, Cars|Avg. CarslAvg. Carsl|vg. CaslArsg.


1 $2.65 1 $2.65 -
5 2.41 5 2.41
5 2.10 5 2.10 -
8 2.11 8 2.11 -
12 1.79 1 $1.66 13 1.78 -
9 1.54 1 1.70 10 1.5 -
5 1.45 2 1.22 7 1.38
3 1.80 1 1.77 4 1.79
3 1.76 2 1.54 5 1.67
5 1.60. 2 1.44 7 1.55
6 1.70 1 1.53 7 1.68
2 1.42 3 1.54 5 1.49
3 1.58 4 1.31 7 1.43
2 1.93 4 1.45 6 1.61
1 2.22 4 1.43 5 1.59
4 1.51 2 1.30 6 1.44 -
1 1.52 1 1.32 2 1.42


S 1.77 1 1.77 -
- 2 1.85 2 1.85 -
- 2 1.99 2 1.99 -
2 2.18 2 1.62 4 1.90
- 2 1.84 2 1.84
- 3 1.75 3 1.75 -
1 1.75 1 1.04 2 1.40


.76 2 1.45 2 1.45 2 1.79 2 1.79 -
13 2 1.78 2 1.49 4 1.64 1 $1.94 2 1.78 1 1.75 3 1.77
20 3 1.64 1 1.35 4 1.57 2 1.83 2 1.83 1 $243
27 2 2.05 2 2.05 -
2/ 3 3 1.97 2 1.89 5 1.94 -
10 1 J1.69 3 1.56 4 1.59 2 1.94 5 1.81 1 1.75 6 1.80 -
17 1 1.60 1 1.60 1 1.98 4 1.69 1 1.53 5 1.66 -
24 1 1.41' 1 1.41 2 1.94 2 1.94 -
3/ 3 1 1.39 1 1.51 2 1.45 1 2.13 3 1.81 3 1.81 -
10 1 1.43 4 1.53. 5 1.51 4 1.84 4 1.84 -
17 5 1.47 5 1.47 1 1.45 3 1.85 3 1.50 6 1.68 -
24 2 1.76 3 1.56 5 1.64 -
31 1 1.55 2 1.34 3 1.41 3 1.78 2 1.62 5 1.72 -
4/ 7 2 1.62 2 1.62 2 1.96 1 1.87 3 1.93
14 1 1.54 1 1.65 2 1.60 4 1.78 11 1.65 15 1.68
21 2 1.60 2 1.60 1 1.68 5 1.66 6 1.66 -
28 4 1.51 4 1.51 4 1.84 7 1.64 11 1.71 -
5/ 5 5 1.26 5 1.26 3 1.64 6 1.52 9 1.56 -
12 2 1.30 2 1.30 4 1.91 3 1.63 7 1.79 -
19 6 1.91 4 1.61 10. 1.79
26 10 1.85 2 1.42 12 1.78 -
6/ 2 3 1.83 4 1.35 7 1.56 -
9 --- - - - 1 2.03 1 2.03 -
16 2 1.58 8 1.80 10 1.76 -
23 1 1.74 1 1.74 1 1.21 1 1.89 2 1.55 -
30 1 .94 1 .94 1 .91 6 1.03 7 1.01 -
7/ 7- -
14 -
21 -
28 -
8/ 1 1.50 1 1.50
11 - -
18 -.

TOTAL 88 1.77 65 1.44 '153 1.63 6 1.90 9.4. 1.81 75 .1.58 169 1.7.1 1 2.13


Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------------------


329 cars/Avg. $1.68


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


1938
97-9
16
23
10/7
14
21
11/4
11
18
25
122
9
16
23
30
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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIORIDA SEMED & SEDLESS GRAPEERUIT
1938-39 SEA9t .......
CLEVELAND

FLA. SEEDED GRAPEFUIT FIA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Stds.&Sbd. Ind.Riv. S"13s.&Sbd. Ind.Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire- Wirobounds Standard Standard Std. Wire- rou Standard
End- Boxes bnoiBnore Cambined Boxes Boxes blBoxesi C lned I Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. Cas Avg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg.
1938
9s7 2 $2.75 2 $2.75 -
16 11 2.27 11 2.27 -
23 6 2.56 6 2.56 -
30 16 2.25 16 2.25 -
10/7 12 1.67 2 $1.55 14 1.65 2 $1.99 $1.99 -
14 12 1.67 3 1.59 15 1.65 4 1.83 4 1.83 -
21 5 1.61 1 1.61 6 1.61 2 1.72 2 1.72 -
8 4 1.68 2 1.61 6 1.66 -
11/4 3 1.64 1 1.51 4 1.61 1 $1.83 1 1.83 -
11 2 1.41 2 1.41 2 2.17 2 2.17 -
18 3 1.67 3 1.52 6 1.60 1 $2.65 1 1.83 2 2.00 3 1.94 -
25 2 1.69 2 1.69 3 1.78 2 1.65 5 1.73 -
12/2 1 1.58 3 1.50 4 1.52 2 1.53 2 1.53 -
9 3 1.73 2 1.44 5 1.61 2 2.06 1 1.56 1 1.56 -
16 1 1.62 5 1.40 6 1.44 1 1.62 1 1.62 -
23 2 1.60 1 1.60 1 1.60 -
30 1 1.40 1 1.40 -
1939
17-g 1 1.84 1 1.84 -
13 4 1.66 4 1.47 8 1.57 1 1.53 5 1.75 6 1.71 -
20 1 1.60 1 1.60 1 2.01 2 1.88 1 1.75 3 1.84 -
27 3 1.66 1 1.37 4 1.59 2 1.78 1 1.73 3 1.76 -
2/ 3 2 1.75 2 1.75 2 2.06 2 2.06 -
10 3 1.68 1 1.51 4 1.64 3 1.93 3 1.93 -
17 2 1.58 2 1.58 5 1.82 5 1.82 -
24 2 1.61 3 1.42 5 1.50 4 1.78 1 1.63 5 1.75 -
3/ 3 2 1.54 1 1.57 3 1.55 1 1.60 1 1.60 -
10 2 1.69 2 1.69 1 1.65 3 1.77 4 1.74 -
17 2 1.82 5 1.45 7 1.56 1 1.84 1 1.69 2 1.62 3 1.64 -
24 3 1.53 2 1.45 5 1.50 1 1.56 3 1.57 4 1.57
31 1 1.53 2 1.46 3 1.48 1 2.15 2 1.84 2 1.65 4 1.75 -
4/ 7 1 1.87 1 1.87 1 1.74 2 1.85 4 1.72 6 1.76 -
14 1 2.13 1 2.13 1 1.90 2 1.66 2 1.66
21 2 2.05 5 1.69 7 1.79 1 1.95 4 2.10 4 1.85 8 1.98 -
28 3 1.65 7 1.31 10 1.41 6 1.98 6 1.72 12 1.85 -
5/ 5 3 1.14 3 1.14 9 1.87 5 1.44 14 1.72 -
12 1 1.14 1 1.14 2 1.82 1 1.74 3 1.79 -
19 2 1.70 2 1.70 11 2.05 6 1.90 17 2.00 -
26 2 1.88 2 1.88 9 1.81 5 1.24 14 1.61 -
6/ 2 1 1.42 1 1.42 4 2.10 4 1.79 8 1.95 -
9 1 1.88 1 1.88 5 2.36 5 1.95 10 2.16 -
16 1 2.26 1 2.26 4 2.00 7 1.76 11 1.85 -
23 4 1.49 4 1.42 8 1.46 -
30 1 1.55 2 1.15 3 1.28 -
7/ 7 1 1.38 1 1.38 1 1.33 1 1.33 -
14 1 1.79 1 1.79 -
21 -
28 2 2.05 2 2.05 -
8/ 4 1 1.40 1 1.40 1 1.25 1 1.25 -
11 -
18

TOTAL 119 1.88 67 1.47 186 1.73 11 1.96 103 1.89 84 1.69 187 1.80
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------ 384 cars Avg. $1.77

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




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WEIGHTD AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIIMA D & SEEDLESS GRPERUIT
1938-39 SEASON
S C'f IC AGO

FLA. SEEDED GRAERUIT FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
S 4s ISnd.Riv. I Sts .& SItd. Ind. Riv.
Week Standard Std. Wire- OOuns Standard Standard Std. Wire- WiXbounds Standard
End- Boxes b n Cobined- BoxBoxe s boonBoxes Cobined Boxes
ing CarsAvg. CarsAvg. CarsAvg.l Cars Avg. CarslAvg. CarslAvg. CarsAvg. CarsAvg.
1938
9SfT 2 $2.93 2 $2.93 -
16 11 2.46 11 2.46 2 $3.08 2 $3.08 -
23 15 2.73 15 2.73 1 3.25 1 3.25 -
30 17 2.17 17 2.17 7 3.00 7 3.00 -
10/7 8 1.92 8 1.92 20 2.20 1 $2.18 21 2.20 2 $2.47
14 13 1.66 13 1.66 18 1.89 3 2.00 21 1.91 -
21 4 1.29 1 $ .91 5 1.21 5 1.50 5 1.50 -
28 1 1.64 1 1.64 1 1.84 1 1.84 -
11/4 2 1.67 2 1.67 -
11 1 3.18 1 1.55 2 2.37 -
18 2 3.08 3 1.38 5 2.06 -
25 2 2.55 1 1.73 3 2.28- -
122 4 1.75 4 1.75 -
9 1 2.27 1 2.27 -
16 -
23 2 2.27 2 2.27 1 $1.82 -
30 3 2.24 32.24 -,. -
1939
ITr 3 1.75 1. 1.42 4. 1.67 -' -
13 4 1.98 1 1.39 5 1.86 -
20 2 1.44 144 2 1.64. 1 1.56 3 1.61 -
27 2 1.69 2 1.69 -
2/ 3 1 1.83 1 1.83 -' -
10 1 2.28 1 2.28 -
17 3 2.01 3 2.01 1 1.78 1 1.78 -
24 3 1.66 3 1.66 - 1 1.51 1 1.51 -
3/ 3 1 1.64 1 1.64 -
10 2 1.76' 2 1.76 1 1.34 -
17 2 1.69 2 1.69 -
24 1.00 1 1.00 -
31 12.75
4/ 7 1 1.52 11.6 2 1.58 -
14 2 2.48 2 2.48 2 1.62 -1 1.53 3 1.59 -
21 2 1.85 1 1.36 3 1.69 .. 2 1.83 2 1.68 4 1.75 -
28 1 1.79 2 1.40 3 1.53 4 1.92 5 1.62 9 1.75 -
5/ 5 2 1.75 2 1.75 6 1.75 6 1.68 12 1.72 -
12 1 2.51 1 2.51 5 1.67 12 1.58 17 1.61 -
19 2 2.92 2 2.92 5 1.67 15 1.58 20 1.60 -
26 2 3.00 2 3.00 3 1.78 5 1.51 8 1.61 -
6/ 2 2 2.24 2 2,24 1 1.48. 9 2.23 7 1-.65 16 1.98 -
9 2 2.20 2 .20 13 2.05 2 1.89 15 2.03 -
16 1 2.25 2.25 11 2.32 7 2.04 18 2.21 -
23 3 1.74 3 1.74 12 1.62 1 1.30 13 1.59 -
30 4 1.53 4 1.53 1 .78 1 1.19 2 .99 -
7/ 7 1 1.82 1 1.51 2 1.67 -
14 -
21 1 1.84 1 1.84 -
28 1 1.44 11.4 -
8/4 1 1.74 1 1.74 -
11 "- -
18 .

TOTIL 131 2.12 14 1.45 145 2.068 3 1.55 137 2.00 73 1.65 210 1.88 3 2.56
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties, -
all containers, all sections ---- ----- --- 361 cars Avg. $1.95

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





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WEIGHISED VATOGE AUCTION PRICES-- FIRIDA. S D & SEE SS -CAPER UIT

S T. L O t I'S

FLA. SEEDED GRAPERUIT FI. SEEDLSS GapEEUIT
Sts.& Sti. Ind. Riv Stds.& SI. Ind.Riv.
Week Standard. Std. Wire- I rebouas Standard Standard Std. Wire- cis Standard
End.-. Brgos bomaBoxes Canbmired Bo xes Boxes Boxes Cmbined Boxes
ing CarslAvg. Cars Avg. Cars ,. g. Cars|Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Ag. CarsAvg.


1 $3.25 $3.25 -
8 2.55 8 2.55
9 2.53 9 2.53
6 2.18 2 $2.26 8 2.20
3 1.34 3 1.34
1 1.56 1 1.56


1938
g9T
16
23
30
10/7
14
21
11P4
11
18
25
12/2
9
16
23
30
1939
r7T
13
20
27
2/ 3
10
17
24
3/ 3
10
17
24
31
4/ 7
14
21
28
5/ 5
12
19
26
6/ 2
9
16
23
30
7/ 7
14
21
28
8/ 4
11
18


1.4 1 1.4





7 -

7 -


- 2 $2.67
- 6 1.93
- 5 1.45


2 $2.67 -
- 6 1.93 -
- 5 1.45 -


1 $1.67 1 1.67
- 1 1.29 1 1.29


1- 1.41 1 1.41 -


- 1 1.61 1 1.61 -
- 1.94 5 1.70 7 1.77
- 2 1.75 7 1.36 9 1.45
- -1 1.67 2 1.44 3 1.52
- 1 1.52 1 1.52
- 1 1.72 4 1.40 5 1.46 -
- 1 1.64 3 1.51 4 1.54 -
- 3 2.10 4 2.03 7 2.06 -
.4 1.99 8 1.94 12 1.96 -
- 5 1.63 5 1.52 10 1.58 -
- 3 1.35 2 1.06 5 1.23 -
- 1 1 1.30 1 1.30 -

-.7 2 2.25 2 2.25 -
I 1.75 1 1.75 -
.1 1.60 1 1.25 2 1.43 -
1 1.15 1 1.15 -


TOT&L 28 2.32 3 1.99 1 2.29" 37T1'.79 50 1.60 87 1.68 -
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit', all v~1leties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 118 cars Avg. $1.85

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


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIr~.DA. SEEDED & SEEDLSS GRAPSh UIT
,. .. 1938-39 SEA N- ..
-.. ---. .......... ........ ... C I N C I N N A TI

FI.h;SED ED GRMAERUIT FLA. SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Stads&St.I Ind.liv Stns.& Sd. Ind.Riv.
Week Standard I Std. Wire- Wirbonds Standard Standard Std. Wire- bounds Standard
End.- Boxes ouniBoxes C ,bindA Boxes Boxes IbaunlBoxes Corbined Boxes
ing Cars Avg. C g. Carss vg. Avg.r Cars Av g. Cars.AvgC. s Avg Cars g. Cars lvg.
8391M


Total Sale.s, Florida Grap-efruit, all varieties,'.
-all containers, all sections ----------.--. 432 cars Avg. $1.66

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


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7'T 5 $2.63 $2.63 -
16 12 2.22 12 2.22 -
23 9 2.43 9 2.43 1$2.10 1 $2.10 -
20 2.03 2$1.90 22 2.02 1 2.20 1 2.20 -
10/7 10 1.69 4 1.47 14 1.63 -
14 8 1.56 1 .1.05 9 1.50 1 1.55 1 155 -
21 4 1.54 3 1.32 7 1.45 1 1.85 1 1.85 -
28 1 1.45 1 1.45 1 1.75 1 $1.95 2 1.85 -
11/4 6 1.68 2 1.50 8 1.64 1 1.55 1 1.80 2 1.70 -
11 2 1.45 2 1.38 4 1.42 1 1.65 1 1.65 -
18 1 1.75 4 1.49 5 1.54 1 1.60 1 1.60 -
25 1 1.60 1.1.60 3 1.70 3 1.70 -
12/2 3 1.50 3 1.42 6 1.46 -
9 1 1.65 1 1.55 2 1.60 11.90 1 2.05 2 1.98
16 2 -1.60 6 1.36 8 1.42 2 1.70 3 1.63 5 1.66
23 1 ..1.30 1 1.25 2 1.28 1 $1.25 1 1.30 1 1.30 1 $1.25
30 1 1.50 1 1.5 -
1939
S 2 1.95 2 1.95 -
13 3 1.52 2 1.43 5 1.48 1 1.70 2 1.78 3 1.75 -
20 4 1.45 3 1.43 7 1.44 1 1.60 3 1.50 4 1.53 -
27 1 1.65 2 1.65 3 .1.65 1 1.85 1 1.85 -
2/ 3 2 1.60 4 1..54. 6 1.56 11.85 1 1.85 -
10 2 1.55- 4 1.49 6 1.51 3 1.75 1 1.60 4 1.71 -
17 2 1.50 3 1.49 5. 1.49 1 1.55. 1 1.55 1 1.55 -
24 2 1.60 1 1.30 3 1.50 2 1.55 2 1.55 -
3/ 3 4 1.43 4 1.43 6 1.54 6 1.54 -
10 3 1.43 3 1.43 2 1.65 4 1.55 4 1.55 -
17 1 2.05 4 1.24 5 1.40 2 1.35 4 1.40 4 1.40
24 8 1.31 8 1.31 2 1.53 2 1.53 -
31 2 1.15 2 1.15 2 1.83 4 1.64 6 1.70 -
4/ 7 1 1.55 1 1.55 2. 1.85 5 1.61 7 1.68
14 3 1.63 2 1.45 5 1.56 2 1.90 9 1.60 11 1.65 -
21 2 1.83 3 1.47 5. 1.61 3 1.58 10 1.59 13 1.59 -
28 1 1.60 6 1.38 7 ;1.41 7 1.74 5 1.54 12 1.66 -
5/ 5 1 1.30 1 5.. 1.74 4 1.58 9 1.7 -
12 2 1.88 1 1.50 3 1.75 5 1.75 9 1.40 14 1.53 -
19 2 2.03 2 2.03 6 1.79 8 1.49 14 1.62 -
26 1 1.45 1 1.45 5 1.57 8 1.41 13 1.47 -
6/2 1 1.90 1 1.90 3 2.12 5 1.51 8 1.74 -
9 1 2.35 -., 1 2.35. 4 1.90 8 1.92 12 1.91 -
16 2 1.98 2 .1.98 1 2.10 11 1.66 12 1.70 -
23 1 1.65 1 1.65 3 1.75 9 1.48 12 1.55 -
30 3 1.73 1 1.05 4 1.56 1 1.50 7 1.29 8 1.32
7/ 7 2 1.40 2 1.40 -
14 1 2.10 1 2.10 -
21 2 2.65 2 2.65 -
28 2 1.90 2 1.90 1 1.80 1 1.80 -
8/ 4 1 1.45 1 1.00 2. 1.23 2 1.53 2 1.53 -
11 .- - - - .

T)AL 128- 1-.87 85 1,-41 -213 1,69 .6 1.47 .69 1.,77 143 1.56 212 1.63 1 1.25




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WEIGTED APVBAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRID lfDD 4 SEGLESS GRAPERUIT

DETROIT

FIA. Ei GRMAPEERUIT FIA. SEEDIESS GRAPEFRUIT

Week Standard Std. Wire- Wir bo Standard Standard Std. Wire- WSrods Standard
End- Boxes. boundBoxes C 1bined x Boxes Boxes C, ineaL Boxes
ing Cars Avg. CasAvg. Cars Avg. CarsIAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. CarslAvg. Cars Avg.

1938
97f 3 $2.53 3 $2.53 -
16 7 2.62 7 2.62 -
23 7 2.51 7 2.51 1 $2.85 1 $2.85 -
30 11 2.33 11 2.33 4 2.56 4 2.56 -
10/7 8 1.62 1 $1.60 9 1.62 9 2.14 9 2.14 -
14 6 1.69 1 1.52 7 1.67 7 1.97 1 $1.71 8 1.94 -
21 3 1.41 3 1.41 4 1.81 4 1.81 -
28 3 1.65 1 1.87 4 1.71 -
11/4 1 1.45 1 1.12 2 1.29 3 2.01 3 2.01 -
11 1 1.44 1- 1.44 1 2.05 1 2.05 -
18 2 1.93 2 1.93 -
25 3 1.92 3 1.92 -
12/2 1 1.50 1 1.50 1 $2.34 -
9 1 1.90 3 1.70 1 1.61 4 1.68 -
16 1 1.50 1 1.34 2 1.42 3 1.59 1 1.56 4 1.58
23 4 2.02 -
30 -
1939
13 2 1.54 2 1.54 1 1.84 1 1.85 1 1.85 -
20 1 1.54 1 .1.85 2 1.81 3 1.82 -
27 1 1.77 1 1.77 -
2/ 3 2 1.80 2 1.80 -
10 2 1.75 2 1.75 -
17 1 1.58 1 1.58 - 5 1.68 5 1.68 -
24 3 1.46 3 1.46 3 1.61 3 1.61 -
3/ 3 2 1.51 2 1.12 4 1.32 3 1.60 3 1.60 -
10 -. 2 1.68 2 1.68 -
17 1 1.12 1 1.12 7 1.69 7 1.69 -
24 3 1.36 3 1.36 7 1.60 7 1.60
31 1 1.40 1 1.40 2 1.58 2. 1.58 1 2.18
4/ 7 1 1.56 1 1.56 6 1.73 6. 1.73 -
14 6 1.70 6 1.70 -
21 2 1.79 6 1.65 8 1.69 -
28 1 1.32 1. 1.32 4 1.78 7 1.57 11 1.65 -
5/5. 1 1.33 1 1.33 4 1.78 3 1.64 7 1.72 -
12 3 1.79 7. 1.54 10 1.62 -
19 5 1.88 6 1.55. 11 1.70 -
26 2 1.84 4 1.63 6 1.70 -
6/ 2 3 2.35 6. 1.59 9 1.84 -
9 1 2.47 5 1.88 5 1.95 10 1.92 -
16 2 1.86 5 1.61. 7 1.68 -
23- 4 1.71 3 1.66 7 1.69 -
30 1 1.42 5. 1.41 6 1.41 -
7/ 7 1.37 2 1.28 4 1.33 -
14 -
21 1 2.15 1 2.15 -
28 12.2 1 2.20 -
8/ 4 1 1.65 1 1.65 -
11 -
18- -

TITAL 56 2.03 19',1.39 75 1.87 9 2.02 80 1.93 112 1.64 192 1.76 1 2.18
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------- 277 cars Avg. $1.80

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


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION IPICES FIRIDA SEEDED & SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT-
.. 193B-39 MASON ,__..

BALTIMORE

FLA. SMD G ApE RIT FLA. S~EIDESS CGLEE RTIT
I S tds &s Ind.4Riv. sds.&SA Ind. Riv.
Week Standard Std.Wire- ie s Standard Standard St Wire-I Wib Standard
End- B.es I oundBoxes Cminhid Boxes Boxes iu Boxes b .
ng Cars|Avg. Cars-Avg.. CarsAeg. CsAvg. sAg. CasAv. Car. Ca rs Avg. Cars|Avg


1 $2.65 1$2.65 -
*4 1.88 4 1.88
2 2.01 2 2.01 -
3 1.98 3 1.98 -
4 1.69 4 1.69 -
4 1.33 1 $1.25 5 1.31 -
4 1.37 4 1.37 -
3 1.60 3 1.60 -
2 1.91 1 1.84 3 1.89 -
4 1.41 3 1.40 7 1.41 -
4 1.33 4 1.33 -
3 1.64 3 1.64 -
2 1.45 2 1.42 4 1.44 2 $1.76 -
1 1.57 3 1.44 4 1.47 -
1 1.39 1 1.44 2 1.42 -
- 4 1.44 4 1.44 -


1938
g7-7
16
23
30
10/7
14
21

114
11
18
.18

12/2
9
.16
23
30
1939
IT7-
13
20
27
2/ 3
10
17
24
3/ 3
10
17
24
31
4/ 7
14
21
28
5/ 5
12
19
26
6/ 2
9
16
23
30
7/ 7
S14
21
28
8/ 4
11
.18.


TOTAL.- 52- 1.62 93 1.40 .145 1.48 3 1.61 7 1.47 32 1.40 39 1,41 -
Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---- ---------- 187 cars Avg. $1.46


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


- 1 1.62 1 1.62 -
- 4 1.36 4 1.36 1 1.31 -
- 5 1.32 5 1.32 .
- 3 1.48 3 1.48 -
4 1.36 4 1.36 -
1 1.64 1 1.64 -
S2 1.62 2 1.62 2 $1.59 2 $1.59
1 1.33 5 1.43 6 1.41 1 1.50 1 1.50
- 4 1.33 4 1.33 -
- 4 1.37 4 1.37 -
- 6 1.23 6 1.23 -
- 5 1.15 5 1.15 1 1.45 1 1.45 -
- 4 1.37 4 1.37 -
- 3 1.51 3 1.51 1 1.19 1 1.19
- 3 1.71 3 1.71 2 1.76 2 1.76
5 1.45 5 1.45 1 1.59 1 1.59
1 1.35 6 1.38 7 1.38 1.4 1 1.24
- 5 1.35 5 1.35 -
- 3 1.34 3 1.34 2 1.26 2 1.26
S 2 1.46 2 1.46 1 $1.29 5 1.41 6 1.39
2 1.55 2 1.71 4 1.63 2 1.52 2 1.52
1 1.55 1 1.55 4 1.41 4 1.41
1 1.66 1 1.36 2 1.51 2 1.49 2 1.49
2 1.51 2 1.51
1 1.92 1 1.92 2 1.60 2 1.41 4 1.51 -
S 2 1.39 2 1.06 4 1.22
- 1 .91 1 .91 -
S1 1.07 1 1.07. -
1 1.80 1 1.80 1 1.79 1 1.79 -
1 1.30 1 1.30 -
1 2.00 1 2.00 1 1.25 1 1.25
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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FORIDA SEEDED & SEEDESS GRAPIFRUIT
519-359 SEp&S _....
TOTAL ALL CITIES

nA. ED ; PRUI. FLA. SE s AP r.IT
eek Sta S & St Ind. Riv. Ind. Riv.
Stds & Std IBoes Sbds.& Sd.
Week Standard Std.Wire- Standard Standard Std. Wire- ds Standard
End.- BoAes an.Boxes C baBoxes Boxes vbcund Boxes Cabine I Boxes
Ing CarslAvg. CarslAvg. Cars|Ayg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. Cars vg. Cars Avg. Cars Av.


1938
16
23
30
10/7
14
21
28
11/4
11
18
J25
9
16
23
30

13
20
27
2/ 3
10
17
24
3/ 3
10
17
24
31
4/ 7
14
21
28
5/ 5
12
19
26
6/ 2
9
16
23
30
7/ 7
- 14
21
28
8/ 4
11
18


33 $2.54 33 $2.54
123 2.20 123 2.20
108 2.27 108 2.27
172 2.11 5 $2.02 177 2.11
172 1.69 12 1.47 184 1.67
150 1.46 15 1.44 165 1.46
88 1.40 24 1.29 112 1.38
70 1.47 18 1.53 88 1.48
52 1.59 31 1.47 83 1.55
51 1.54 22 1.42 73 1.50
55 1.54 67 1.38 122 1.45
26 1.56 38 1.28 64 1.39
26 1.50 42 1.29 68 1.37
25 1.46 46 1.27 71 1.34
16 1.43 52 1.33 68 1.35
23 1.47 28 1.33 51 1.39
14 1.54 29 1.29 43 1.37
16 1.41 32 1.26 48 1.31
32 1.57 48 1.33 80 1.43
20 1.45 47 1.33 67 1.37
11 1.44 31 1.44 42 1.44
18 1.46 49 1.37 67 1.39
17 1.56 36 1.44 53 1.48
17 1.55 32 1.37 49 1.43
23 1.46 44 1.35 67 1.39
21 1.45 48 1.36 69 1.39
10 1.51 51 1.40 61 1.41
19 1.40 74 1.27 93 1.29
12 1.32 72 1.24 84 1.25
11 1.36 34 1.31 45 1.32
7 1.57 29 1.48 36 1.49
22 1.65 49 1.50 71 1.55
24 1.61 82 1.40 106 1.45
39 1.43 71 1.26 110 1.32
35 1.44 58 1.26 93 1.33
37 1.43 46 1.28 83 1.34
34 1.59 15 1.39 49 1.53
30 1.61 20 1.44 50 1.54
22 1.57 14 1.35 36 1.48
14 1.90 7 1.71 21 1.84
19 1.74 7 1.48 26 1.67
17 1.69 9 1.43 26 1.60
16 1.45 17 1.14 33 1.29
3 1.51 6 1.21 9 1.31
7 1.98 2 1.66 9 1.91
8 2.29 1 1.60 9 2.21
8 1.64 4 1.27 12 1.52
4 1.80 4 1.03 8 1.41
3 1.54 1 .99 4 1.40


TOTAL 1780 1.70 1469 1.35 3349 1.54 1189 1.78 1740 1.73 1805 1.51 3545 1.62 2943 2.03


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


1 $3.21 9 $2.73 9$2.73 -
3 2.96 5 3.04 5 3.04 -
4 3.07 36 2.66 36 2.66 1 $3.62
10 2.43 88 2.03 2 $2.15 90 2.03 3 2.72
29 1.89 94 1.75 5 1.87 99 1.76 6 2.57
35 1.81 46 1.73 2 1.61 48 1.72 21 2.43
21 2.10 34 1.72 6 1.71 40 1.72 31 2.39
37 2.09 31 1.96 9 1.97 40 1.96 24 2.61
42 1.85 61 1.78 18 1.81 79 1.78 29 2.58
35 1.97 68 1.68 24 1.64 92 1.67 42 2.49
24 2.02 38 1.61 28 1.47 66 1.55 45 2.13
70 1.80 33 1.52 32 1.45 65 1.49 42 2.13
46 1.70 20 1.60 25 1.50 45 1.54 70 2.10
48 1.74 24 1.68 25 1.46 49 1.57 68 2.08
43 1.82 22 1.64 21 1.46 43 1.55 57 2.28
30 1.77 11 1.62 20 1.53 31 1.56 45 2.16
26 1.68 21 1.62 18 1.54 39 1.58 65 2.10
37 1.74 21 1.52 35 1.56 56 1.54 60 2.08
48 1.72 20 1.61 27 1.57 47 1.59 67 2.13
44 1.72 18 1.77 22 1.73 40 1.75 87 2.20
59 1.62 30 1.66 37 1.63 67 1.64 104 2.00
49 1.65 30 1.64 32 1.53 62 1.58 125 1.89
47 1.68 25 1.58 30 1.50 55 1.54 86 1.90
39 1.68 19 1.65 40 1.50 59 1.55 66 2.01
46 1.73 28 1.60 55 1.54 83 1.56 107 2.12
47 1.68 28 1.55 60 1.49 88 1.51 148 1.85
58 1.56 14 1.56 51 1.47 65 1.49 127 1.76
26 1.55 11 1.52 53 1.42 64 1.44 126 1.74
20 1.68 22 1.55 49 1.42 71 1.46 113 1.86
21 1.81 18 1.64 53 1.58 71 1.60 95 2.10
30 1.78 19 1.64 85 1.59 104 1.60 84 2.22
10 2.03 35 1.74 98 1.55 133 1.60 121 2.15
18 1.72 48 1.73 89 1.49 137 1.57 105 2.00
13 1.66 51 1.72 71 1.52 122 1.60 103 2.01
6 1.50 44 1.64 84 1.44 128 1.51 118 1.86
4 1.80 70 1.72 87 1.48 157 1.58 88 1.99
4 1.73 70 1.67 76 1.43 146 1.54 104 2.06
11 1.67 53 1.77 69 1.44 122 1.58 108 1.82
5 1.79 69 1.89 46 1.86 115 1.88 91 2.02
11 1.86 75 1.79 86 1.69 161 1.74 75 1.96
11 1.86 69 1.68 62 1.53 131 1.61 22 2.15
5 1.79 64 1.41 71 1.16 135 1.28 31 1.84
2 1.82 26 1.48 33 1.17 59 1.31 6 1.99
1 2.25 20 1.99 22 1.50 42 1.73 9 2.15
- 26 1.93 19 1.75 45 1.85 3 3.14
33 1.64 7 1.44 40 1.60 3 2.22
5 2.02 22 1.38 18 1.14 40 1.27 4 2.61
5 1.88 11 1.58 3 1.26 14 1.51 4 2.18
3 3.43 10 2.22 10 2.22 4 3.15


Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections -----------------------10,926 cars Avg. $1.72


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES AG~EERUIT(ALL VARIETIES) 1938-39 EASON

NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA

FLORIDA. TEXAS FloRIA. EXAS
Std. & Std. Std.& ta. Std& Std. n i Std.& Std.
Wiro-bound I E ve Wire-bound Wiro-bound. -ni Wire-bound
Week Cbined Sndard Ccmbined Combined St ards Combine
Ending Crs Avg. Cars Avg. CarsLAvg. CarsAvg. Cars Avg. CarS Avg.


1938
iept 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
J'an 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


$2.40
2.15
2.19
2.18
1.80
1.51
1.49
1.53
1,74
1.70
1.52
1.38
1.39
1.34
1.44
1.52
1.42
1.36
1.40
1.42
1.58
1.49
1.47
1.40
1.43
1.49
1.45
1.31
1.32
1.35
1.49
1.53
1.48
1.42
1.46
1.40
1.51
1.52
1.43
1.75
1.63
1.68
1.30
1.33
1.80
1.89
1.53
1.18
1.52
2.18


1 $3.21
3 2.96
5 3.18
11 2.50
33 2.01
49 2.07
43 2.33
56 2.30
49 2.21
61 2.32
56 2.06
71 2.01
75 2.06
86 2.02
68 2.20
59 2.02


1.98
1.98
2.04
2.14
1.91
1.87
1.83
1.91
2.08
1.88
1.74
1.76
1.86
2.09
2.14
2.22
2.10
2.11
1.92
2.09
2.14
1.90
2.06
2.08
2.11
1.83
2.13
1.95
3.50
2.22
2.40
2.00
3.27


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- -


2 $2.47
5 2.04
9 2.29
9 2.39
14 2.03
12 2.02
11 1.93
12 1.78
19 1.72
15 2.03
25 1.78
16 1.57
7 1.76
5 2.15
6 2.29
11 2.41
11 2.35
20 2.13
13 1.88
16 1.79
8 1.87
14 1.94
9 1.99
19 1.99
9 1.95
10 2.00
12 2.02
7 2.04
3 2.23
5 2.44
3 2.06
2 1.80


2 $2.50
19 2.06
15 1.91
24 2.07
34 1.61
23 1.54
28 1.46
25 1.54
27 1.57
25 1.52
27 1.41
19 1.42
23 1.48
22 1.41
17 1.31
18 1.26
9 1.41


1.43
1.44
1.44
1.42
1.43
1.46
1.38
1.43
1.44
1.40
1.29
1.21
1.30
1.60
1.52
1.45
1.25
1.37
1.35
1.25
1.19
1.40
1.91
1.48
1.38
1.23
1.20
1.79
1.86
1.57
1.64
1.48
2.40


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- -


3 $1.79
4 1.91
3 2.20
9 1.98
5 1.72
4 2.29
13 1.85
17 1.78
12 1.73
11 1.88
7 1.59
10 1.92
11 1.93
16 1.79
18 1.73
19 1.66
20 1.71
13 1.79
13 1.95
21 1.91
27 1.69
21 1.64
18 1.61
15 1.61
15 1.99
11 1.95
19 1.99
14 1.73
11 1.89
18 1.69
15 1.56
16 1.56
8 1.93
14 2.12
19 1.60
2 1.75
3 1.33
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- -


- -

3 $2.62
5 2.44
5 2.02
8 2.02
11 2.07
7 1.96
6 2.08
8 2.33
11 1.77
10 2.04
12 1.87
3 1.71
7 1.88
3 2.40
6 2.28
5 2.55
9 2.57
11 2.20
11 2.00
7 1.86
6 2.16
14 2.02
6 2.17
7 2.03
5 2.30
7 2.31
6 2.36
8 2.17
1 2.07
3 2.68
6 2.28
1 1.87



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-
-
-


TOTAL 3531 1.53 2858 2.02 339 1.98 954 1.46 475 1.78 218 2.13
Total Sales, Florida Gra~efruit, all varieties I Total Sales, Fla., all varieties ea6-
all containers, all Sections 6,389 Avg. $1.75f trainers & sections 1,429 Avg. 41,57





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WEIGHZED AVTEGE AUCTION IBICES MGPUITT(A-L VARIETIES) 1938-39 SEASON

BOSTON PITTSBURGH

FIRIDA. IEASg FIORIDA TREAS
Std.& Std. Ih-danMvy Std.& Std. Std & Std. In River St& Std
Wire-bound. Iian ier Wire-bound. Wire-bn a Wire-bo
Week Combined. Standards Combine d combined Staards CI biredo
Ending Cars|Avg. CaxslAvg. .ICarslAvg CarslAvg. -ars IAvg. Cars Avg.


1938
SnpE" 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


3 $2.03
4 1.93
4 2.39
16 1.71
15 1.37
10 1.49
14 1.50
5 1.50
11 1.65
16 1.66
11 1.44
8 1.38
8 1.16
3 1.26
3 1.51
2 1.39
5 1.72
6 1.46
7 1.34
5 1.64
5 1.55
2 1.44
3 1.43
5 1.36
5 1.43
1 1.55
5 1.42
6 1.32
5 1.45
3 1.61
2 1.46
3 1.74
19 1.25
6 1.36
6 1.17
1 2.02
6 1.75
3 1.26
3 1.53
4 1.34
3 1.14
3 1.03
2 1.18
1 1.22
4 1.44
3 1.16


$1.84
1.91
2.08
2.26
2.04
2.07
2.19
1.71
1.62
1.72
1.88
2.20
2.01
1.92
1.79
1.83
1.75
1.72
1.81
1.79
1.80
1.71
1.64
1.57
1.80
1.94
2.05
2.05
1.72
1.61
1.65
1.98
2.13
1.56
1.76
1.97
2.00
1.96
1.89
2.37
2.43
1.35
2.05


1 $2.72
1 1.92
2 1.95
1 1.99
1 2.37
1 1.97
2 1.88
2 1.62
2 1.65



3 1.78
1 1.87
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1 1.84
1 1.89
1 2.43
2 2.30
1 2.52
2 2.43
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- -
- -
















- -


1 $2.65
5 2.41
5 2.10
8 2.11
14 1.76
11 1.56
7 1.38
4 1.79
6 1.69
9 1.62
9 1.75
9 1.67
7 1.43
8 1.67
8 1.65
8 1.43
2 1.42
4 1.62
7 1.69
6 1.66
2 2.05
5 1.94
10 1.72
6 1.65
3 1.76
5 1.67
9 1.66
11 1.58
5 1.64
8 1.60
5 1.80
17 1.67
8 1.65
15 1.66
14 1.45
9 1.68
10 1.79
12 1.78
7 1.56
1 2.03
10 1.76
3 1.61
8 1.00



1 1.50


I $1.94
1 2.13

2 1.94
1 1.98
1 2.13
1 1.45


1 $1.96
1 2.36
5 1.82
1 2.25
3 2.34
4 2.10
3 2.14
4 1.97
3 2.00
6 1.96
8 2.00
5 2.05
3 2.51
5 2.16
5 2.12
5 2.13
4 2.24
7 2.21
7 2.04
8 1.84
5 1.90
4 1.99
7 1.95
8 1.85
6 1.89
4 1.97
6 1.95
2 1.78
3 2.31
2 2.30
4 2.17
1 2.54


TOTAL 265 1.48 755 1.82 25 2.02 322 1.67 7 1.93 140 2.04
Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Florida, all variet5e con-
tainers & sections 1,020 cars Avg. $1.73 trainers & sections 329 carsAvg$1.68

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


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WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES CGAMFUIT(AL VARIETIES) 1938-39 SEASON

CLEVELAND CHICAGO

FIg IDA n TEAS FLRIDA. TAS
Std. & St, Iianiver Std.& St. Std.& Std. anRivr d. & Std.
Wire-b o Wire-bound Wire-bund r Wire-bound
Week Sandards mbined Combined t Combined
Ending CasAvg. Ca rslAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Car[s vg. Carxsag.


1938
Sept. 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


2 $2.75
11 2.27
6 2.56
16 2.25
16 1.69
19 1.69
8 1.64
6 1.66
5 1.65
4 1.79
9 1.71
7 1.71
6 1.52
6 1.60
7 1.46
1 1.60
1 1.40
1 1.84
14 1.63
4 1.78
7 1.66
4 1.91
7 1.77
7 1.75
10 1.62
4 1.56
6 1.72
10 1.58
9 1.53
7 1.63
7 1.78
3 1.82
15 1.89
22 1.65
17 1.62
4 1.63
19 1.97
16 1.64
9 1.89
11 2.13
12 1.88
8 1.46
3 1.28
2 1.36
1 1.79
2 2.05
2 1.33


1 $2.65

2 2.06
2 1.60


2.01





1.84
2.15
1.74
1.90
1.95


4 $2.23
2 1.83
13 2.01
11 2.04
12 1.97
9 2.13
13 2.18
17 2.00
18 1.88
16 1.88
18 1.87
13 2.03
7 2.23
13 2.26
18 1.99
13 2.01
15 2.02
15 2.13
20 1.93
16 1.85
14 1.84
15 1.86
21 2.01
16 1.86
12 1.88
17 1.68
14 1.86
11 2.07
8 1.95
7 1.95
8 1.74
9 1.75
5 1.80
3 1.45


2 $2.93
13 2.56
16 2.76
24 2.41
29 2.12
34 1.81
10 1.36
2 1.74
2 1.67
2 2.37
5 2.06
3 2.28
4 1.75
1 2.27
2 2.27
3 2.24
4 1.67
5 1.86
5 1.54
2 1.69
1 1.83
1 2.28
4 1.95
4 1.62
1 1.64
2 1.76
2 1.69
1 1.00
2 1.58
5 1.95
7 1.72
12 1.70
14 1.72
18 1.66
22 1.72
10 1.89
18 2.00
17 2.05
19 2.21
16 1.62
6 1.35
2 1.67
1 1.84
1 1.44
1 1.74


- 4

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1 1.82
- -


-


i.
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i.


4 $2.35
6 1.98
15 2.02
17 1.82
23 1.80
26 1.80
19 1.82
23 1.98
26 1.93
31 1.81
29. 1.82
30 1.80
37 1.77
18 1.89
19 1.81
28 1.85
25 1.84
22 1.98
26 1.97
44 1.92
35 1.75
33 1.77
40 1.73
40 1.77
43 1.58
28 1.67
31 1.68
34 1.74
23 1.83
34 1.86
31 1.74
26 1.69
23 1.77
21 1.74
20 1.59


TOTAL 373 1.76 11 1.96 423 1:95 355 1.95 6 2.06 930 1.80
.Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con-
tainers & sections 384 cars Avg. $1.77 trainers & sections 361 cars Avg. $1.95

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




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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES- GQAPEEUIT(ALJ VARIETIES) 1938-39 SEA N

ST. LOUI S CINCINNATI

ORIA "D IS FLORIDA S
Std. & Std. Std.& Std. Std. Std. Std.& Std.
Wire-bound Indian ivg Wire-bound Wire-bound Indian ver Wire-bound
Week StaMrds Combined Cmbined Standards Cmbiped
Endig Car s Avg. CarsiAvg I Car s Avg. CarsAg. CarsAvg Cars Avg.
1938
Sept.9 1 $3.25 5 $2.63 -
16 8 2.55 12 2.22 -
23 9 2.53 10 2.40 -
30 10 .2.29 2 $1.97 23 2.03
Oct. 7 9 1.73 4 1.57 14 1.63 4 $1.73
14 6 1.47 12 1.81 10 1.51 8 2.17
21 12 1.70 8 1.50 14 1.85
28 13 1.80 3 1.72 11 1.80
Nov. 4 21 1.58 10 1.65 14 1.90
11 13 1.63 5 1.46 14 1.83
18 14 1.89 6 1.55 10 1.81
25 14 1.76 4 1.68 13 1.92
Dec. 2 15 1.63 6 1.46 15 1.95
9 21 1.60 4 1.79 16 2.01
16 21 1.57 13 1.51 16 1.78
23 15 1.55 3 1.29 2 $1.25 17 1.77
30 6 1.67 1 1.50 7 2.12
1939
6 13 1.79 2 1.95 9 2.02
13 17 1.67 8 1.58 15 1.78
20 19 1.78 11 1.47 11 1.83
27 18 1..78 4 1.70 17 1.94
Feb. 3 18 1.78 7 1.60 17 1.86
10 1 1.67 25 1.75 10 1.59 17 1.86
17 25 1.60 6 1.50 1 1.55 16 1.74
24 1 1.29 20 1.58 5 1.52 16 1.77
Mar. 3 24 1.60 10 1.50 14 1.95
10 30 1.60 7 1.50 2 1.65 23 1.72
17 34 1.52 9 1.40 2 1.35 16 1.71
24 1 1.41 16 1.52 10 1.35 14 1.86
31 22 1.63 8 1.56 18 1.72
Apr. 7 23 1.55 8 1.66 14 1.89
14 1 1.46 17 1.64 16 1.62 10 1.74
21 1 1.61 21 1.78 18 1.59 6 2.10
28 7 1.77 20 1.60 19 1.56 13 1.89
May 5 9 1.45 17 1.49 10 1.63 9 1.71
12 3 1.52 18 1.47 17 1.57 12 1.70
19 1 1.52 12 1.76 16 1.67 8 1.75
26 5 1.46 11 1.57 14 1.47 8 1.31
June 2 4 1.54 8 1.43 9 1.76 --
9 7 2.06 1 1.21 13 1.94 -
16 12 1.96 14 1.74
23 10 1.58 13 1.56 -
30 5 1.23 12 1.40 -
July 7 1 1.30 2 1.40
14 -1 2.10 -
21 2 2.25 2 2.65 -
28 1 1.75 3 1.87 -
Aug. 4 2 1.43 4 1.38 -
11 1 1.15 -
18

TOTAL 118 1.85 612 1.64 425.1.66 7 1.44 442 1.83
S Total Sales, Florida, all'varieties, con- .. Total Sales, Florida, all vaieties, con-
tainers & sections 118 cars Avg. :$1.85 trainers & sections 432 carsAvg. $1.66

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






WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES GRAPEFRUIT(ALL VARIETIES) 1938-39 SEASON


DETROIT BALTIMORE

FIORIDA TEXAS FLORIDA TEXAS
Std. & Std. Indian River Std. Std. Std.& Std. Idian River td&Std.
Wire-bound Wire-bound Wire-bound Wire-_ou
Week Combine- Stadrds Combned -Cn ib e Sadards Combine
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1938
Sept 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


$2.53
2.62
2.55
2.39
1.88
1.81
1.64
1.71
1.72
1.75
1.93
1.92
1.50
1.68
1.53
-


1.64
1.82
1.77
1.80
1.75
1.66
1.54
1.44
1.68
1.62
1.53
1.52
1.71
1.70
1.69
1.62
1.67
1.62
1.70
1.70
1.84
1.92
1.68
1.69
1.41
1.33

2.15
2.20
1.65


$2.34
1.90

2.02



,1.84
1.54
-
















2.18









2.47


1$2.84
4 2.31
9 2.25
11 2.02
13 2.03
11 2.07
11 2.11
13 1.97
12 2.11
16 1.98
18 1.86
20 1.85
15 1.95
8 2.05

15 2.08
14 2.01
18 1.98
13 2.10
16 2.13
21. 2.06
19' 1.92
17 1.85
19 1.83
16 1.97
20 1.79
16 1.88
15 1.77
15 1.90
10 1.92
9 2.06
10 2.00
8 1.88
5 1.93
8 1.93
3 1.92



-- 7
-- ,,,

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- -


1 $2.65
4 1.88
2 2.01
3 1.98
4 1.69
5 1.31
4 1.37
3 1.60
3 1.89
7 1.41
4 1.33
3 1.64
4 1.44
4 1.47
2 1.42
4 1.44


1 1.62
4 1.36
5 1.32
3 1.48
4 1.36
1 1.64
4 1.61
7 1.42
4 1.33
4 1.37
6 1.23
6 1.20
4 1.37
4 1.43
5 1.73
6 1.47
8 1.36
5 1.35
5 1.31
8 1.40
6 1.59
5 1.44
4 1.50
2 1.51
5 1.59
4 1.22
1 .91
1 1.07
2 1.80
1 1.30
2 1.63


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$1.76
-
-
-
-

-
1.31
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
.
.


TOTAL 267 1.79 10 2.04 449 1.97 '1 ,84 1.46 3 1.61 -

Total Sales, Florida, all varieties, con- Total Sales, Florida, allvarieties, con-
tainars & sections 277 cars Avg. $1.80 t ainers & sections 187 carsAvg. $1.46


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


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WEIGHTED AVIRAME AUCTION PISES r*M. 2SBP IT(ALL VARIETIES) 1938-39 SEASON

TO TAL ALL CITIES

FLIDIDA TEXAS
Std.& Std Inian River Std. &Std.
Wire-bound Wire-bound
Week. Combined Standards Combined
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg.r Cars Avg.


1938
Sep:. 9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1939
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
1-7
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28
Aug. 4
11
18


33
132
113
213
274
264
160
128
123
152
214
130
133
116
117
94
74
87
136
114
82
134
115
104
126
152
149
158
148
116
107
- .175
239
247
215
211
206
196
158
136
187
157
168
68
51
54
52
48
18
10


$2.54
2.24
2.30
2.20
1.79
1.57
1.48
1.56
1.68
1.65
1.54
1.47
1.43
1.42
1.44
1.46
1.45
1.43
1.48
1.46
1.59
1.52
1.53
1.49
1.46
1,48
1.47
1.37
1.33
1.40
1.56
1.58
1.53
1.46
1.48
1.44
1.57
1.54
1.56
1.87
1.73
1.61
1.28
1.31
1.76
1.91
1.58
1.29-
1.49
2.22


1
3
5
13
35
56
52
61
71
77
69
112
116
116
100
75
91
97
115
131
163
174
133
105
153
195
185
152
133
116
114
131
123
116
124
92
108
119
96
86
33
36
8
10
3
3
9
9
7


$3.21
2.96
3.18
2.50
2.01
2.04
2.27
2.29
2.15
2.25
2.09
1.92
1.94
1.94
2.08
2.00
1.98
1.95
1.96
2.04
1.86
1.82
1.82
1.89
2.00
1.81-" -
1.70
1.71
1.83
2.05
2.10
2.14
1.96
1.97
1.84
1.98
2.05
1.80
2.01
1.95
2.05
1.83
1.95
2.16
3.14
2.22
2.28
2.01
3.27


-
-

$2.31
1.97
2.09
1.92
1.93
1.90
1.94
1.98
1.95
1.88
1.81
1.83
1.81
1.89
1.96
1.89
1.94
2.04
2.06
1.96
1.79
1.77
1.80
1.83
1.70
1.80
1.75
1.83
1.89
1.95
1.80
1.78
1.77
1.79
1.55
1.43
1.21


TOTAL 6,794 1.58 4,132 1.95 3,578 1.86
Total Sales, Florida Gra]efruit, all varieties
all containers, all sections --- 10,926 cars Avg. $1.72
Note- Texas grapefruit sales include all cars sold- but for comparative purposes,
prices refer mostly to Seedless with pinks included in sales only when no other
quotations available.


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WEIG41T AVBAGE AUCTION PRICES FIDRIDIA. TAGERINES 19-39 SEASON

Week NEY YORK CITY PHIIADELPHIA BOSTON PITTSBURGH
Ending Cars'- 'Average Cars I Average Cars Average Cars Average
1938
Nov 4 6 $1.70 1 $1.10 -
11 57 1.07 7 1.02 1 .82
18 87 1.19 21 1.22 2 $1.20 3 $1.07
25 87 1.14 39 .96 5 1.15 5 1.36
Dec. 2 101 .98 25 1.03 13 1.06 13 1.01
9 96 .95 41 .89 8 .98 15 .95
16 111 .96 41 .94 15 .94 12 .81
23 126. 1.01 58 .97 20 .97 16 1.08
30 108 .98 31 1.08 8 1.06 6 1.09
Jan. 6 104 .91 50 .74 10 .93 15 .85
13 151 .65 62 .50 29 .73 22 .64
20 89 .67 17 .81 14 .60 8 .90
27 67 1.05 20 1.04 3 1.20 5 1.13
Feb. 3 79 1.10 23 .88 8 1.02 13 1.10
10 79. 1.22 28 .91 10 1.02 7 .85
17 93 1.11 23 .90 7 1.09 1 .49
24 76 .99 14 1.07 12 1.06 3 1.37
Mar. 3 67 1.18 20 1.04 4 .98 4 1.21
10 50 1.35 9 1.09 2 1.38
17 29 1.71 5 1..54 1 .74
24 46 1.68 6 1.53 -
31 42 1.51 3 1.30 -
Apr. 7 29 1.58 4 1.17 1 .78 -
14 26 1.37 2 1.13 3 .58 -
21 13 1.64 -
28 10 1.81 -
May 5 7 1.73 1 1.10 -
12 7 1.49 -
19 3 1.52
26 4 1.48 -
June 2 1 1.28 -
TOTAL 1,851 1.07 551 .92 172 .93 152 .95



Week CLEVELAND CHICAGO ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI
Ending Cars Average Cars I Average Cars I Average Cars I Average


1938-39

18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31


$1.07
1.14
1.27
1.05
1.03
1.05
1.05
1.05
.87
.65
.72
1.12
.99
.74
.70
1.31
1.25
1.16


$1.12
1.15
1.39
1.10
.98
1.00
1.05.
1.10
.82
.61
.77
1.12
1.05
1.00
.74
1.32-
1.30,
1- .82
1.38


2
5
6
6
10
12
12
9
9
12
3
4
6
5
3
2

1


$1.31
1.02
.84
.91
1.00
.88
.86
.90
.74
.60
.90
.88
.92
.85
.66
.80

1.34


$ .84
1.17
1.20
.97
1.01
.87
.99
.98
.65
.51
.90
.93
.84
.75
.80
1.07
.97
.80
.95
1.35





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EIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA L=ERINES 1938-39 SEASON

Week CVLAnD cICAGO ST. LOUIS CINCOIINTI
Ending Cars Ara Cars vvorage Cars Average Carva Average
(Cont'
Apr.7 -
14 -
21 1 $1.04 -
28 -
May 5 -
12 - - - -
19 - - - -
26 -
June 2 -
TOTAL 189 .98 257 .97 107 .86 203 .91




Week DEROIT 'BALTMBE TOTAL AIL CITIES
Ending Cars I Average Cars I Average Cars [Average
1938-39
Nov. 4 7 $1.61
11 5 $1.0 93 1.05
18 7 1.12 156 1.18
25 8 1.29 -- 172 1.12
Dec. 2 13 1.07 1 $1.13 224 1.01
9 20 .99 2 1.02 262 .96
16 12 .97 3 .85 263 .95
23 14 .95 7 .84 318 .99
30 9 .81 3 .87 218 1.00
Jan. 6 14 .78 3 .74 263 .83
13 17 .62 5 .44 360 .62
20 4 .68 166 .72
27 3 .94 1 .69 127 1.04
Feb. 3 8 1.02 2 .97 177 1.03
10 3 1.01 1 .95 161 1.06
17 1 .55 2 .75 140 1.03
24 1 1.38 2 .81 117 1.03
Mar. 3 4 1.19 1 .84 115 1.15
10 1 1.55 69 1.28
17 3 1.33 42 1.58
24 1 1.39 55 1.65
31 46 1.49
Apr. 7- 34 1.51
14 31 1.28
21 14 1.60
28 10 1.81
May 5 8 1.65
12 -- 7 1.49
19 3 1.52
26 4 1.48
June 2 1 1.28
TOTAL 148 .96 33 .79 3,663 1.00

Tangerine prices quoted on basis of 4/5 bushel box


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




..- 7.4 .-
F7IRIDA AUCTION SALES. 1926/27-1938/39
Furnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Departnent,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.


0RANGS


Cars 12440 4049 2132
1938-39 Average $2.10 1.99 2.16
Cars 10228 3378 1849
1937-38 Average $2.26 2.20 2.24
Cars 9112 3164 1657
1936-37 Average $3.23 3.15 3.28
Cars 7503 2624 1561
1935-36 Average $3.02 2.93 3.02
Cars 8243 2720 1419
1934-35 Average $2.61 2.47 2.58
Cars 7613 2632 1436
1933-34 Average $2.75 2.62 2.69
Cars 9238 2868 1419
1932-33 Average $2.43 2.45 2.53
Cars 6517 2228 1182
1931-32 Average $3.40 3.21 3.24
Cars 8444 3164 1679
1930-31 Average $3.53 3.30 3.37
Cars 4848 1409 982
1929-30 Average $4.94 3.98 4.43
Cars 6440 3193 1449
1928-29 Average $3.45 3.01 3.03
Cars 3748 1844 671
1927-28 Average $6.17 5.30 5.27
Cars 4534 2042 929
1926-27 Average $4.10 3.68 3.73


694 1091 15239
2.11 2.20 2.26
495 898 1394
2.18 2.28 2.39
429 824 1080
3.12 3.21 3.33
340 559 878
2.95 3.04 3.15
511 578 1070
2.44 2.53 2.59
515 526 894
2.54 2.63 2.67
579 553 921
2.35 2.40 2.55
511 497 776
3.06 3.20 3.25
952 707 1112
3.14 3.27 3.34
739 395 621
3.79 4.70 5.08
816 550 757
2.79 2.82 3.12
521 324 640
4.91 4.88 5.18
723 432 687
3:42 3.46 3.60


511 1555
2.01 2.01
413 1181
2.05 2.16
264 708
3.01 3.12
249 555
2.72 2.87
258 553
2.34 2.35
266 495
2.46 2.47
273 614
2.30 2.30
174 447
2.90 3.14
358 729
3.05 3.14
211 483
4.15 4.38
582
2.79
410
4.88
330 529
3.22 3.50


717 396 25224
2.17 1.94 2.09
550 302 20686
2.26 1.98 2.24
412 282 17932
3.27 2.98 3.21
271 240 14780
3.08 2.82 3;00
280 258 15890
2.47 2.44 2.56
267 142 14786
2.69 2.88 2.70
256 16721
2.46 2.44
179 12511
3.26 3.30
308 17453
3.21 3,40
9688
4.62
13787
3.15
8158
5.62
10205
3.81


GRAP E B UIT
SEASON N. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. E. BLT. OTAL
Cars 6389 1429 1020 329 384 361 118 432 277 187 10926
1938-39 Average $1.75 1.57 1.73 1.68 1.77 1.95 1.85 1.66 1.80 1.46 1.72
Cars 4881 1244 814 190 313 353 72 342 219 127 8555
1937-38 Average $2.20 2.06 2.13 2.05 2.11 2.28: .2.16 2.09 2.21 1.88 2.16
Cars 5376 1650 956 274 415 494 151 423 307 151 10197
1936-37 Average $2.24 2.06 2.22 2.14 2.29 2.58 2.53 2.24 2.41 2.12 2.23
Cars 3928 1072 872 262 396 395 132 340 251 117 7765
1935-36 Average $2.67 2.38 2.49 2.40 2.54 2.68 2.40 2.32 2.62 2.28 2.57
Cars 4893 1326 898 389 403 721 200 444 350 135 9759
1934-35 Average $2.04 1.81 1.93 1.94 2.09 2.19 2.05 1.92 2.10 1.86 2.00
Cars 3948 1129 696 310 388 684 221 370 298 41 8085
1933-34 Average $2.41 2.25 2.40 2.38 2.39 2.55 2.37 2.29 2.51 2.42 2.39






FUORIDA. ACTION SAIES. 1926/27-1938-39


Cars
1932-33 Average
Cars
1931-32 Average
Cars
1930-31 Average
Cars
1929-30 Average
Cars
1928-29 Average
Cars
1927-28 Average
Cars
1926-27 Average


N.Y.
5138
$2.05
4680
$2.49
5269
$2.66
3253
$.45
3868
$3.61
2196
$4.98
3229
$3.67


PHIL.
1266
1.95
1254
2.34
1610
2.42
1153
4.00
1147
3.09
799
4.11
963
3.18


BOST.
892
2.06
935
2.80
1037
2.44
756
4.00
814
3.12
534
4.26
809
3.35


PITTS.
429
2.02
505
2.38
762
2.41
640
3.70
480
2.92
338
3.86
483
3.14


LEVE.
433
2.21
510
2.49
718
2.44
458
4.15
425
2.89
280
4.15
507
3.22


CHIC,
738
2.29
805
2.59
1388
2.55
1029
4.81
1149
3.32
1029
4.68
1168
3.51


SIT.I
22
1.9
20
2.4
46
2.3
23
4.0


29
3.0


SCINCIL
!8 409
16 2.01
17 354
1 2.31
i2 425
58 2.33
>5 303
13 3.93
- 278
- 2.79
235
- 3.80
16 284
3 3.01


DEkR, B MIT TOOAL
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
7739
3.44


Cars
1938-39 Average
Cars
1937-38 Average
Cars
1936-37 Average
Cars
1935-36 Average
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


N. Y.
1851
$1.07
1311
$1.26
1557
$1.12
1124
$1.35
1071
$1.18
1134
$1.21
1308
$1.28
1190
$1.54
1311
$1.62
612
$2.44
1078
$2.06
541
$3.60


PHIL.
551
.92
382
1.21
572
1.03
365
1.32
356
1.10
433
1.15
375
1.20
396
1.44
426
1.49
238
2.19
455
1.90
238
3.04


BOST
172
.93
149
.1.20
196
1.05
157
1.30
132
1.12


PITTS.
152
.95
95
-1.28
210
1.19
139
1.40
136
1.25


S144 '" 42
1.17 1.25
157 ... 95
1.28 1.23
203 175
1.49 1.39
.... 207. .-229
1.46,. 1.48
95 119
1.94 2.02
162 189
1.80 1.76
45. 67
3.19 3.02


CLMV5
189
.98
117
1.30
193
1.09
116
1.42
71
1.27
114
1.24
108
1.21
116
1.41
154
1.45
56
2.74
138
1.77
48
3.16


CUIC.-
257
.97
149
1.25
306
1.14
217
1.36
155
1.25
179
1.2-1
180
1.22
161
1.52
237
1.44
62
2.83
163
1.68
110
3.27


ST:L CINCI.
107 203
.86 .91
74 125
1.10 .. 1.18
103 138
1.10 1.08
54 113
1.32 1.34
"---:'- 108
1.26 1.20
"67 96
1.21- 1.15
58 102
1.14 1.09
S65 88
1.32 1.41
62. 97
1.36 1.45
12 30
2.78 2.58
105
S1.68
32
2.91


MM. BALTg TOTAL
148 33 3663
.96 .79 1.00
88 23 2513
1.23 1.08 1.24
116 33 3424
1.16 .96 1.10
87 26 2398
1.41 1.23 1.35
71 31 2197
1.28 1.22 1.18
71 1 2381
1.22 1.48 1.20
73 2456
1.22 1.24
60 2454
1.53 1.49
126 2849
1.48 1.53
1224
2.35
2290
1.92
S- 1081
3.35


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 1927-28IT928-29 unavailable.


" GRAPFIT (CONTUED)





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UNITED STATES; otal Orange production by States, Census
Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1938

Crop Year CALTF. FLA .# T ARIZ. AIA. IA. MISS.
1,000 1,000 1,000 1000 1,000 1,000 1,00 1,000
boxes boxes bxes bes boxes boxes boxes boxes


1,245
5,882
14 A4.4


3,a47
273
4 888


--
1/--
1


11


4,392
6,167
19.530


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


/ 500 boxes or less.
Estimated.


# Includes tangerines.


FIRIDA PRODUCTION SE GATED EA.LY & I-SEASON. VA CIAS& TAmmnI S.
Early an d I Total.
Crop Year Mi seledn Valencias Tangerines Production
1,000 boxes '1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933 9,600 6,500 2,000 18,100
1934 10,700 4,900 2,000 17,600
1935 9,600 6,300 2,100 18,000
1936 12,000 7,500 3,000 22,500
1937 13,700 10,700 2,300 26,700
1938 17,500 13,000 3,400 33,900

Division of Crop & Livestock Estinates..Agricultural Marketing Service.


r |, __...

15,528 7,533 9 80 20 37 31 23,238
22,547 9,457 60 82 42 25 32,213
13,921 8,371 80 82 50 30 22,534
21,286 10,897 4 81 190 60 45 32,563
24,324 13.725 6 86 225 75 55 38.496
19,521 9,997 4 77 120 53 37 29,809


18,535 11,639 12 60 2 75 -- 30,323
24,200 10,044 10 86 130 100 27 34,597
28,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,487 70 54 110 200 50 32,708
38.994 15,588 115 99 85 220 30 55,131
26,527 11,654 49 75 80 149 30 38,564


21,483: 10S04 261 137:- .212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19;211 250 19 -- 195 2 55,270'
34,900 14.220 520 145; 80 245 54 50,164
.134,265 16,200 315 147 120 241 80 51,368:
28.439 18.100 390 143' 3 212 2 47.289
4 30,911 15,607 347 142 84 216 35 47,342


46,086. 17,600 560 170 140 293 : 88 64,937
33,049 18,000 747 240 2 244 1 52,283
29,827 22,500 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,938
42,766 26,700 1,440 323 76 .238 67 71,610
40.670 33,900 2.815 350 96 385 85 78.301
38,480 23,740 1T512 261 74 294 53 64,414


Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Average


1929
1930"-
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


/A
Average


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.UNIl STAES; TQo&t -aapefruit Production by' States, iCensus
.. Yea.s.1889, .1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-193.8.

Crop Tear FIE.' TEX. TALIF. ARIZ. TOTAL
1,000 1,000 1,000 1000 1,000
boxes boxes boxes boxes oxes


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938 2/


Average


.10
12
1i .062


ii.-- 123


1 -
1


10
31
1.186


5,898 3 363 29 6,293
6,142 395 34 6,571
6,644 360 35 7,039
7,766 35 394 60 8,255
8,936 65 363 95 9,459
7,077 21 ^. 375 51 7,523


9,177 .211 387 105 9,880
7,660 200 600 150 8,610
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11,314 75. ,97.2 211 13,250
9,000 410 670 152 10,233..


8,274' 1,530 1,000 365 11,169
16,109 1,135 1,290 400 18,934
10,786 2,480 1,431 450 15,147
. ,800. .. .1,3.85 1,350 ... .614 15,149
10,700 1,130 1,713 700 14,243
11,5;34-- ,532" -1,357 506 "' 14,929


15,200 2,750 2,167 1,240 21,357
11,500 2,741 2,267 1,800 18,308
18,100 9,630 1,310 1,400 30,440
14,600 11,800 1,944 2,500 30,844
23,700 15,670 1,824 3,000 44,194
16,620 8,518 1,902 1,988 29,029


j1 500 boxes or less.
2- Estimate.


FIORIDA PRODUCTION SEGEGATED -- SEEDLESS -AD OTHER
Crop. Year Seedless t Total Graefruit
Production
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1933 2,800 7,900 10,700
1934 4,100 11,100 15,200
1935 4,000 7,500 11, 500
1936 6,000 -'- . 12,100 .- 18,100
1937 5,500 9,100 14,600
1938 7,900 --..; .. 15,.800. 23,700

Division of Crop & Livestock Estinates, Agricultural Marketing Service.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & TMEES. BY STATES & AGE GROUPS as of JULY 1938 2/

SBearing Bring BEING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
acres trees s. 6yrs
5 years 5 years 5 6-10 11-15 16-20 21 r d ot over
State old & old yeas yeas years years & in urnear
over over old o old od old over Von u o-
1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
acres trees trees trees trees trees trees trees trees
GRAPEFRUIT... .
Early Varieties
Florida 2/....... 54,124 3,518 47 407 394 949 1,721 848 2,670
Texas 3j........ 8,879 586 13 309 204 60* 526 60
California 4/ ..... 1,266 104 7 31 32 17 17 70 34
Arizona ........... 150 .14 ... 2 .2 2 1 7 '6 8
Total 4 States .. 64,419 4,222 69 749 632 1,027 1,745 1,450 2,772
Late Varieties (Seedless)
Florida 2/...... 30,246 1,966 62 500 547 494 363 1,109 857
Texas 6 ...... 67,636 4,464 159 2,785 1,306 214 4,250 214
California 4/..... 16,302 1,337 77 537 323 207 193 937 400
Arizona .......... 13,334 1,134 78 863 138 32 23 1,079 55
Total 4 States .. 127,518- '8,901 "376 4,685 2,314 947 579 7,375 1,526
All Varieties -- -
Florida 2/....... 84,370 5,484 109 907 941 1,443 2,084 1,957 3,527
Texas ....... 76,515 5,050 172 3,094 1,510 274* 4,776 274
Califomia 4..... 17,568 1,441 84 568 355 224 210 1,007 434
Arizona .......... 13,484 1,148 80 865 140 33 30 1,085 63
Total 4 States .. 191,937 13,123 445 5,434 2,946 1,974 2,324 8,825 4,298



Navels & Other Early Varieties
Florida ...... 114,554 7,446 249 1,385 1,479 1,519 2,814 3,113 4,333
California 4/.... 95,938 8,443 196 725 1,236 681 5,605 2,157 6,286
Texas 3/...... 13,864 915 41 415 395 64* 851 !64
Arizona ......... 3,977 352 33 227 28 18 46 288 64
Total 4 States .. 228,333 17,156 519 2,752 3,138 2,282 8,465 6,409 10,747
Valencia & Other late Varieties
Florida Z/..... 92,415 6,006 143 1,220 1,684 1,813 1,146 3,047 2,959
California 4/.... 136,577 12,019 380 2,939 1,936 1,657 5,107 5,255 6,764
Texas 3/........ 9,500 '627 28 291 269 39' 588 "39
Arizona ......... 2,767 243 17 198 .22 2 4 237 6
Total 4 States .. 241,259 18,895 568 4,644. 3,911. 3,511 6,257 9,127 9,768
All Varieties
Florida 2 ...... 20,969 13,452 392 2,605 3,163 3,332 3,960 6,160 7,292
California / ... 232,515 20,462 576 3,664 3,172 2,338 10,712 7,412 13,050
Texas 3/....... 23,364 1,542 69 706 664 103'" 1,439 103
Arizona ......... 6,744 595 50 425 50 20 50 525 70
Total 4 States .. 469,592 5/36,051 1,087 7,400 7,049 5,793 14,722 15,536 20,515





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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEAZBIA ACREAGE & TREES, BY STAES.& AGE GROUPS as of JULY 1938 1/

BEARII TREES BY AGE aUPS
Bearing Bearing
aeare trees 5-P5 s. yrs.
5 w'rs 5 years 5 6-10 11-15 16- 21 ot &ver
State old;& old & years yeas years yers o & full aornear
ion u ctll n
over' over old old old ol l var Toduo- .ful r.o-
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Shares, trees trees trees trees trees tres rees trees
TANGERINES
Florida 2/.... 24,446 1,589 5 199 653 433 299 857 732
Califor5, ...: .... 478 130 5 46 31 10 38 82 48
Texas 3/ ..... 636 42 2 20 16 '4 38 4
Arizona ......... 58 5 4 1 5 -
Total 4 States .. 26,618 1,766 12 269 701 '447 337 982 784


LWONS
California4/.... 51,466 4,530 402 1,044 343 602 2,139 1,789 2,741


From Report .of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


S16 years old and older.
/ Estimates based upon surveys by age and variotai groups made in
Florida in 1934; Arizona in 1935; California in 1937; Texs in
1934 and 1937. (Orange estimates do not include tangerines.)
"/ Florida acres calculated from trees 'at the rate of 65 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines.

/ Texas'acres calculated from trees at the rate of 66 trees per acre
for. .grqefruit,-o.Q3aqgs. and tangerines.......
4/ California trees calculated from acres at the rate of 82 trees per
r : e for gStriefruii-t and.-88 trensmper::ama-efo.ero e .tangerines -.
and lemons.
/ Total bearing trees in the United States amount to about 37,100,000
trees. In addition to the total for the four States shown, it is
estimated that there are 1,023,000 bearing trees in Alabaa.,
Mississippi and Louisiana, as of July 1938. Most of the trees in
Alabama and Mississippi consist of satsumas; those in Louisiana
are mostly Navels.


;J.





.80 -
TREE NUMBERS, UNITED STATES CENSUS EUMERATIONS

Commodity CENSUS 1920 CENSUS 1925 CENSUS 1930 CENSUS 1935
and
State Non- Non-. Non- Non-
Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing
trees trees trees trees trees trees trees trees
GRAPEEUIT
Florida 963336 1681481 951909 2969910 938874 3595155 493438 4929128
California 81873 231136 251616 304262 494496 619561 431277 980880
Texas 74039 5454 315694 159576 2198614 714735 1856735 3438420
Arizona 12768 18819 14568 38988 495254 177068 297478 731032

Total .... 1132016 1936890 1533787 3472736 4127238 5106519, 3078928 10079460



ORANGES -
Florida 2341341 3684327 6046261 7305722 3421837 9002362 2076538 13355512
California 2599707 10300068 1762027 13870018 2539312 14239607 2634579 17342937
Texas 41551 14350 184878, 69336 764006 366421 586976 1165520
Arizona 13362 46952 54185 77246 358914 96564 238051 389120
Alabama 165536- 260294 359126 262689 161377 432632 62300 277572
Mississippi 37350 28127- 57109 .- .11406 1119.81. 69703 21290 236639
Louisiana 26356 104382 135931 137456 226848 154946:- .1859-70 347872
Total .... 5225203 14438500 8599517 21733873 7584275 24362235 5805704 33115172

"*.

TANGERINES
Florida 29770 38516 479425 919975 *
California 948 2475 *
Arizona 300 *
Texas 222 19 / *

Total.... 30940 41310 *



LVEMNS
California 781535 2884770: 284000 3196469 309185 2776114


LIMES
Florida 80870 115624 1/ .1 15430 42294 *



From Report of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics.
.1/ Not available.
Information not available at time of Summary release.





81 -

.ESTIMA.TED PRODUCTION. FIORIDA CITRUS 1938-39. SEASON
SEMESS rI REIATIVE'ERCETAGES FR THE VARIOUS PRODUCING COUNTIES


Furnished through the

..


courtesy of the Florida Citrus Conmission
lakeland, Florida


Alachu .6 .3 -
Brevard 4.5 3.8 4.2 2.2 2.7
Broward .2 .9 .5 .2 .2
Charlotte .3 .2 .3 .1 -
Citrus .3 .2 -
Collier .3
Dade .1 .9 .4 1.9 .1
De Sont 2.5 .1 1.5 1.1 .8


Duval
Flagler
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsboro
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk


.1
.2
3.3
.1
.4
2.9
3.1
1.2
13.3
1.0
1.1
5.7
.2
.8
20.3
.8
.2
1.5
2.2
18.0


.6
.1
.4
8.5
2.7
2.4
7.2
1.0
1.0
.9

11.6
.6
.1
5.6
3.5
43.0


.1
2.1
.1
.4
5.3
2.9
1.7
10.9
1.0
1.0
3.8
.1
.5
17.1
S.7

3.1
2.7
28.0


.5
.1
.2
6.3
1.2
4.1
7.8
2.7
4.9
.6
.1
-

5.3
.5
.2
.6
5.6
48.9


.1
.1
.1
9.0
1.3
10.3'
7.7
1.6
1.6
.5

4.5
.4
.6
1.3
5.0
45.9


2.4
.2
.1


.1
1.4
1.0


.4
.1
.2
7.0
1.2
6.0
7.8
2.4
3.9
.5
.1

5.1
.5
.3
.8
5.4
48.0


.2
1.5
.3
-2


.1

.2
1.1


.3
1.9

2.6
3.8
2.0
2.6
12.3
.1"
.5
.1


17.6
.5
.1

17.6

.4
1.5
1.3
32.4


.2
3.3
.4
.2


.1

.8
1.3


.1
1.4
.1
.4
5.9
2.2
3.5
9.7
1.5
2.1
2.3
.1
.3
12.3
.7
.2
2.0
3.7
36.3


Putnam 2.0 .3 1.3 .5 .3 1.7 .9
St. Johns .2 .4 .3 .3 .
St. Lucie 1.2 3.0 1.9 2.3 5.2 3.2 3.3 2.5
Sarasota .9 .4 .7 .7 .2 .5 .6
Seminole 5.1 .5 3.2 .6 .3 .5 4.8 2.2
Sumter .7 .1 .4 .1 .1 .1 .3
Volusia 5.0 .2 3.1 .7 .2 .5 5.2 2.2
TOTAL 100/ 100o 100o 100% 100% 100 100% 100l/



FIRIDA' S PRINCIPAL CITRUS PRODUCING COUNTIES

ORANGE S GRAPEFRUIT TAMGERINES
rly & Midseasan i Valencias Seeded. I Seedless


Orange 20.3
Polk 18.0
Lake 13.3
Marion 5.7
Seminole 5.1
Volusia 5.0
Brevard 4.5
Hardee 3.3
Hillsboro 3..1
Highlands 2.9
De Soto 2.5
Pinellas 2.2
Total 85.9


Polk 43.0 Polk 48.9
Orange 11.6 Lake 7.8
glands 8.5 Highlands 6.3
ake 7.2 Pinellas 5.6
Pasco 5.6 Orange 5.3
Brevard 3.8 Manatee 4.9
Pinellas 3.5 Indian River 4.1
St. Lucie 3.0 Lee 2.7
Hillsboro 2.7 St. Lucie 2.3
Indian River 2.4 Brevard 2.2
Lee 1.0 Dade 1.9
Manatee 1.0 Hillsboro 1.2
Total 93.3 Total- 93.2


Polk 45.9
Indian River 10.3
Highlands 9.0
lake 7.7
St. Lucie 5.2
Pinellas 5.0
Orange 4.5
Brevard 2.7
Lee 1.6
Manatee 1.6
Hillsboro 1.3
Pasco 1.3
Total 96.1


32.4%
Polk 32.4
Orange 17.6
lake 12.3
Volusia 5.2
Seminole 4.8
Highlands 3.8
St. Lucie 3.3
Hernando 2.6
Indian River 2.6
Hillsboro 2.0
Hardee 1.9
Putnam 1.7
Total 90.2


1 2..


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82 -
CITRUS GRADE AKASIS SEPTMB 1938 TIBU JUILY 1939 in BOXES
As ccnmiled by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, State Department of Agriculture,
Hon. Nathan Mayo, Comnissioner

GRAIE SEPT.I OCT.! Mov.1 DEC. JAN. TEB. MA. AER. MAY M JULY

ORANGE
U. S.
fl -ancy
#ls 5179 206735 294799 459089 368086 350460 302057 151410 129298 96780 37599
#1 Bri 3622 26114 33862 19086 14041 13997. 2915 2265 139 -
#1 B13oze 1276 12253 42852 39307 33646 93996 72166 .76979- 43888 9898
#1 iusst 1179 1284 2753 6258 10303 13469 13816 11935 1561
#2s 17047 350510 564842 941160 792397 852436 986303 728328 775074 714213 360621
Comb. 22253 582799 1315925 1828555 1765483.-1864674 2014922 1570340 1327980 907219 299084
#2ri8it 156 .-
#2 Russet 354 7936 41872 94670 94940 104742 198244 293336 294953 212599 74441
3#s 8450 99579 234378 563964 419016 483928 569503 166780 25686 16283 20016
Culls 565 1470 4907 7093 3451 2764 4956 1101 -356 635 1440
-Ta- - -- ------ ------ ----; -------------------- -------------------
alsadl 53848 1253927.2496425 3972529 3504519 3712949 4194281 2999845 2646407 2003691 804660

GRAPEFRUIT
U.2S,.41 --- -------
1 Fancy 21 41 -
#ls 132178 183603 155488 142749 149887 116440 100172 51667 42670 18033 3020
#1 Brigit 306 1110 2316 1322 4510 1302 142 812 222 -
#1 Bronze 368 7512 19372 33656 74537 96238 166690 270873 257563 142481 17810
#1 Russet 64 1015 770 5799 17735 36089 29473 16840 616
#2s 162381 238974 227077 226265 266180 280214 338229 302576 263823 240386 85508
Comb. 191796 334840 487722 465762 572129 577057 630881 689217 477388 217627 31460
#2 Bright 402 -
#2 Russet 813 3826 8005 12819 14415 26739 71792 83618 91221 58819 19918
#3s 48844 62370 61132 65138 7250'3 92021 118139 43746 11579 7545 9716
Culls 473 346 647 868 760 1182, 706 381 78 99 35
-------------------------------------------------
aTl tades537646 832581 961800 949594 1155691 1196992 1444344 1478309 1174607 702052 168083
-rk,------ -------- ---------- ---------- -------- ---------------- --- I-- -- --
TANGERINES
U. S.
#1 FaMcy -
#ls 392 88968 182491 93798 92728 33400 6710 1446 44 -... -
#1 Briht 222 817 253 2104 230 -
#1 Broa 234 978 2125 894 399 36 66 .
#1'usst 7 -
#2s 1551 147836 313173 208459 118148 38473 14155 3221 770 465
Comb. 3107 285885 585585 304066 127738 52604 11437 4933 239 16
#2 Bright -
#2 Russet 1021 8088 7841 9600 1990 262 72 51 -
#3s 480 25991 66900 38430 29682 17741 3609 806 146 6
Culls 6 243 ': 989 924 1399 2274 504 3 -

all~f aides 5536 550400 1159028 655896 382293 147111 36713 10547, 1250 487
.-.. 591494 2092044 4008625 6081151 5316106 5292234 5785736-4514867 383i56di'2706993 973230
#* l f a I .. . . .. . .


[" I ] !II.. J




83 -

..SIZE ANALYSIS CITUS BSJIPMJTS PAST-10 SEASONS
Furnished through the courtesy of the Sbatistical Department
Florida Citrus Echange, hn pa,Fla.

Sizes "'18e-. 193 19376- 1935- 1934- 1933- 1932- 1931- 1930- 1929-
z1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930


ORANGE S


96s 0.1 0.1
100s 0.7 1.3
126s 7.5 11.3
150s 13.9 17.3
176s 19.0 21.6
200s 14.9 13.9
216s 18.1 13.8
250s 14.5 11.8
288s 8.1 6.0
324s 3.2 2.9
Total 100.0 100.0



36s 0.8 2.0
46s 6.1 10.1
54s 18.0 23.4
64s 19.6 20.9
70s 18.6 16.3
80s 23.6 17.1
96s 11.1 8.5
100s 0.4 0.6
126s 1.8 1.1
Total 100.0 100.0


Sizes


1938- 1937-
1939 1938
5'i~ 5'338


90s 0.1
100s 0.5
120s 11.1
150s 24.1
176s 28.4
200s 8.6
210s 16.7
'246s 8.1
294s 2.4

Total 100.0


0.7
3.8
28.5
32.2
19.8
5.0
6.1
2.9
1.0

100.0


0.2
1.5
10.4
15.3
20.4
14.8
15.4
13.2
6.0
2.8
100.0


0.6
2.8
12.2
16.9
20.1
14.2
14.3
11.2
5.1
2.6
100.0


0.1
0.2
3.3
7.9
15.5
14.3
19.5
20.3
12.2
6.7
100.0


0.1
0.6
5.8
11.2
19.5
16.3
19.5
16.0
7.8
3.2
100 .0


0.3
0.5
5.2
9.1
15.2
13.7
18.9
18.8
12.0
6.3
100.0


0.4 0.1
0.5 0.4
3.9 6.2
8.0 12.8
14.8 21.6
13.6 16.8
20.3 20.1
19.7 13.7
12.7 6.2
6.1 2.1
100.0 100.0


GRAPEFRUIT


1.1
7.0~
21.8'
22.1
18.3
19.7
8.6
0.2
1.2
100.0


1.0 Z.2'...
5.8 3.3
18.8 12.6
18.8 15.8
17.8 18.1
22.8 28.4
12.5 16-.8-
0. 1,-, 0.4
2.;4 3.9
100,0 100.0 ]


1.3
6.5.
20.0
19.1
17.8
21.6
11.4
0.1
2.1
L00.0


0.9
5.0
17.2
17.8
17.8
24.5
13.6
0.1
3.1
100.0


1.9
6.2
16.5
18.2
18.7
23.4
12.5
0.4
2.2
100.0


TANGERINES
19Sizes 9 1934- 19j3-
190 19 2 1935 19 4

0.2 0.2 90s 0" 1 0.0
0.7 1.6 106s 0.3 1.3
11.4 11.7 120s 4.4 9.3
24.2 20.9 144s 13.6 25.8
27.6 24.3 168s 25.7 29.7
11.4 9.4 196s 13.8 18.9
13.9 15.3 216s 21.8 8.3
8.3 11.2 224s . 0.3 2,4
2.3 5.4 250s 14.4 3.9
------ i0 -- o ---l -5.6 -" 0.4
100.0 100.0 Total- 100.0 100.0


1.3
8.2
25.8
22.2
18.2
16.8
6.3
0.5
0.7
100.0


19N-
1963

0.2
0.5
2.6
10.3
22.4
22.5
17.4
4.9
14.6
4.6
100.0


0.3
2.8
-1'6.9
23.0
24.3
12.9
10.7
6.1
2.6
0.4
100.0.



3.6
19.0
35.3
17.2
11.4
9.4
3.7
0.1
0.3
100.0


1931-
193

0.7
0.9
5.9
17.6
26.5
20.2
13.7
1.8
9.2
3.5
100.0


Note- Tangerine size ratios, Seasons 1930-31 and 1929-30 unavailable.


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84-
CImUS C1NTAAI~,RAALYSIS -SEPB ,M 1938 TERU JULY 1939 by PACKAGES
As compiled by the Citrus Inspection Bureau, State Deparmnent of Agriculture
Hon. Nathan Mayo, Comrissioner

Content I SEPT. OCT. NOV.j DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE


nAILED BOXES
535482 1384086 1337784 1529290 1428513
36 1192 301
1213 6538 720102 1209628 803124


1188636 1358686
358 152
569995 252607


WIRE-BOUND BOXES


1780936 2482604 2656934
90 305 -
-362105 1079473 541120
100 93 300


3024679 36
47
254392


028970 3089204

89591 21133
1 .. 60


3483 7078
'17


18337 14166
25 64


MESH BAGS


15685


9861
- '


4647 2074 756


76060 244735
66991 35955,.
1800
3117 10139
397697 1168203


CAPD-BOARD BOXES
4684 3268


MISCELLANEUS CONTAINERS


1103 2177


38


9 340


41 940 1900


34 1147


Total
al 61081 2190837 4753919 8103916 6266617 5820745 5901905 4583386 3834430 2712324
SOMWi zs- - ---- -- -,- --- --- --- -L..-.- -- --- -
Sandard s '
Box 591494 2092044 4008625 6081151 5316106 5292234 5785736 4514867 3831561 2706993
Equivalents...

Note- July unavailable at time of stencil release.


1-3/5 Bu.
1 Bu.
4/5 Bu.


1103986
129
82038


1 3/5 Bu.
1 Bu.
4/5-Bu.
2/5 Bu.....


21548
36

-


1138585

24198


570234
64
- 9325


806880

2772


1 Iu.
1/ 2 Bu.


2516854

9869


1832518

1436


5-1b.
8-1b.
10-1b.
20-1b.
4/5 Bu.


100


51931


, 18318
600
-38
198077


73365
260363

2539
485487


24970
227485
3117
7216
498541


30316
118313
5405
6207
396628


4/5 Bu.


11450
44833
12826
3298
208645


160
12778
3000
2644
120944


2167

1000
64731


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.85 -
ORANGES & MANDARINS: Estimated Production in principal Countries
Average 1927-1931. Annual 1932-37.
(Froa Report of the 1939 Orange Outlook released by the Bur. of Agricultural Economic)

COUNTRY iAve~7 1932 1933 1934 1935 19361 1937
Harvesting ends in 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
year shown boxes boxes boxes boxes 1bxes boxes bes

United States ............. 43,166 50,164 51,415 47,374 63,988 52,313 55,129
pain .................... 37,368 37,900 36,109 34,400 30,458 / 29,149 /44,823
aly ..................... 8,760 10,260 16,188 10,263 11,367 10,148 13,188
Brazil .................... 12,346 27,588 32,642 36,281 36,104 36,039 g36,500
China ............... 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 12,000 15,000 15,000
Jaan ..................... 11,213 12,496 13,053 13,943 12,164 17,274 ./15,000
Paestine 3/.............. 2,560 4,000 5,000 5,500 7,500 6,000 10,500
Union of South Africa 3/.. 2,000 2,500 2,600 2,800 2,900 3,300 3,000
Mexico ...................4/ 3,262 3,949 3,558 2,885 3,550 3,552 / 3,500
Australia ................ 2,243 2,712 2,603 2,713 2,778 2,658 / 2,500
Algeria ................... 1,880 1,807 2,398 2,246 2,190 2,417 2,802
Uruguay ?/ ............... 2,700 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000
Greece .................... 641 885 968 1,180 1,236 1,090 1,691
Southern Rhodesia 3/...... 180 190 130 150 148 151 2/ 150
Mozanbiue 3/.............. 4/ 140 150 175 145 2/ 150 2/ 150 -/ 150
Philippine islands ......../ 140 150 180 2/ 200 200 7/ 200 200
Tunis ....................." 60 100 110 120 150 200 300
Italian Aegean Islands .... 5/ 25 25 31 28 13 2/ 25 2/ 25
France .................... ~ 24 33 41 44 38 31 "2/ 35
Egypt....................2/ 1,000 / 1,600 2/ 2,000g/ 2,200 / 2,500 / 3,270 / 3,900
Cyprus 3/................. 100 230 205 250 275 236 289
Puerto Iico 2/............ 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Cuba 2/................. 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000
Jamaica 2/................ 500 500 500 495 300 500 500
Argentina 2/.............. 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000
Dcminica, .I. 2....... 10 10 10 10 12 13 15
British Honduras .........6/ 6 -6/ / 2 / 2 / 2
Paraguay 2/ ..... ..... 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000
Syria 2/ .................. 1,400 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300
Chile .................... 2/ 100 2 95 2/ 90 2/ 90 2/ 85 2/ 80 79
New Zealand ............../ 52/ 0 15/ 15 20 20/ 25
Portuguese E. Africa ./... 20 30 36 40 36" 36 37
Compiled from official, trade, and consular sources.
Harvesting in Northern Hemisphere countries begins in the year previous to the
one shown whereas the harvesting in Southern Hemisphere countries takes place in year
shown. The 1937 production, for instance, in most Northern Hnmisphere countries be-
gan from September to November 1936 and was completed between April and October 1937.

1/ Preliminary..
2/ Rough estimate.
3/ Estimated from exports with allowance for local consumption and waste.
4/ 4-year average.
5/ 3-year average.
6/ Not available.





86 -
GRAPEFRUIT: Estimated Production in Principal Countries ;.
Average,1927-1931, Annual 1932-37
(From Report of the 1939 Grapefruit Outlook released by the Bureau of Agri. Economics)

COUNTRY 9 )32 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937
Harvesting ends in 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
year shown boxes boxes boxes boxes boxes boxes boxes
United States .......... 12,556 15,147 15,149 14,243 21,357 18,329 30,440
Puerto Rico I .......... 1,100 950 525 800 650 800 650
Cuba 2/ .................. 225 300 125 225 200 250 225
Jamaica 2/ ............... 100 125 175 150 210 180 185
Philippine Islands ....... 101 102 110 100 4 100 100 4 100o
Union of So. Africa ... 112 200 325 375 350 400 450
Palestine 2/............. 30 120 270 400 760 940 1,700
Trinidad .............. 5 15 20 40 "70 60 80
British 1onduras 2/...... 3 5 4 16 30 40 44
Honduras 2/.............. 5/ 8 17 19 20 20
Spain ................. 2 6 14 13 14 20
Australia 4/............ 17 22 25 30 35 35 40
Southern RE'desia 4/..... 5 5 5 5 5 5 6
Argentina ................ 10 2 15 / 20 28 25 42 49
Brazil 2/................ / 25 30 40 80 95 100
Mozambiue ............... / 30 2/ 40 50 61 4/ 60 60
Egyt /.................- 2 4 6 8 10 12
Dfomanica, B.W.I. /...... 2 6 8 8 10 10 10
Mexico ................... 50 4/ 50 / 55 4/ 55 4/ 55 4/ 55 60


Compiled from official, trade and consular reports.

The crops of Northern Hemisphere countries blossom in the year previous to
the one shown, e.g. the 1937 crop blossomed in 1936 and harvesting started in
the fall of that year but was not completed until the summer of 1937. Crops in
Southern Hemisphere countries are entirely harvested in the year shown.

j/ Based on exports of fresh and canned fruit with an allowance for
domestic consumption and waste.
2/ 'Based on exports with allowance for domestic consumption and waste.
3/ 3-year average.
4/ Rough estimate.
5/ Not available or less than 500 boxes.
2/ 2-year average.


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87 -
UNITED STATES OQAGE ~PORTS, BY COUNTIES JULY 1938 TIROUS DECEMBER 1938

Country to which exported JULY AUG. : SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.
-BOXES -
Belgium 37230 10634 8773 10994 12762 15257
Czechoslovakia 3000 2500 -
Denmark 995 50 64
Finland 1050 1200
France 80330 62570 5166 228 12050 5370
Germnany 38941 10421 10 3 17
Italy -- -
Netherlands 36809 8150 5256 4956 4483 4652
Norway 800 200 350 2100 13271
Poland and Danzig -
Sweden 4200 2 3225
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 616299 140012 43959 7175 92310 98708
Canada 255173 227131 183724 208742 239511 367423
Greenland 49 10 -
British Honduras 2
Guatemala 2 -
Panama Republic & Canal Zone 431 476 236 344 414 844
Mexico 3948 4729 4715 3647 3734 3592
Miquelon & St. pierre Is. 26 21 11 19 3 7-
Newfoundland & labrador 2539 2312 1837 2740 1802 3385
Bermudas 961 443 127 318 108 333
Barbados 8 5 -
Trinidad and Tobago -
Other British W. Indies 323 277 266 530 722 894
Cuba 1 343
Dominican Republic -
Netherland W. Indies 759 782 1177 757 754 947
Colombia -
Venezuela 16 4 5 6 19 15
Saudi Arabia 8 12 6
Burnma (British) 144 179 -44
British India 15 -- 30 35 25
British Malaya 3517 1518 936 881 4152
Ceylon 20 20 40 110
China 3008 4227 2663 1428 1002 999
Netherland India 707 443 543 495 723
French Indo-China 138 46 19 12 17 51
Hong Kong 8625 3662 2869 3564 3477 3773
Iraq 20 -
Japan 40 30 2 69
Iran (Persia) 200 70 -
Palesine -
Philippine Islands 8858 6873 7218 12277 7705 8073
Austraia -
British Oceania 60 86 85 80 74 97
French Oceania -
New Zealand 2 3 2 5005
Other Asia 10 -3 5
British East Africa 1 -
Other British S. Africa -
Tunisia 30
Others -

ITOAL 1107883 488080 268559 259403 385610 542637

TOTALS 1937 106424 142876 134695 74183 142862 313467
1936 336551 386760 206868 125297 187716 279292
1935 1094148 483201 432564 281647 172810 262307
1934 346647 302291 190006 120022 154825 242294
1933 539351 268354 165143 138485 148147 226889
1932 433196 335305 204441 135733 144573 225800

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





88 -
UNIED STATES AG. ,EXPORTS. BY COQiEIES JANUARY 1939 TROUrH J=KE 1939

Country to which exported JAN. B. MR. AgR. MAY JUNE


BOXES 0


5-


SBelgiin 21887 23378 34506 36347 51075 7700
Czechoslovakia 1500 -
Denmark 30 1005 795 300
Finland 998 400 7150 13910 10534 1000
France 4320 16684 44177 190132 53354 3025
Germany 1 2 752 11150 35183 2001
Italy 36
Netherlands 25101 25999 76483 56957 109986 7183
N 14830 33514 42115 110340 68560 8550
Po and Danzig 60
Sweden 8100 17575 41971 68466 50586
Switzerland 2000 1000
United Kingdom 77712 58811 205505 345346 149576 5602
Canada 392960 313899 417056 500563 133896 311955
Greenland -
British Honduras -
Guatemala -
Panama Republic & Canal Zone 348 383 482 579 465 591
Mexico 3498 3808 6302 5653 6717 4982
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. 13 31 28 28 34 24
Newfoundland & labrador 2954 2016 2086 1457 4061 2939
Bermudas 790 550 551 673 428 534
Barbados 6 18 22
Trinidad and Tobago 50 -
- Other British W. Indies 1311 1671 1791 1106 1080 764
Cuba 73 3 542 28 -
Daninican Republic 5
Netherland W. Indies 538 1036 492 731 848 582
Colombia -2 -
Venezuela 27 11 10 6 12
Saudi rabia 48 24 24 48 78 24
Burka (British) 15 300
British India 45 .15 5 25 25
British Malaya 954 1584 2542 1516 4524 3829
Ceylon 65 495 195 15
China 338 588 5244 6830 14081 11038
Netherland India 668 1084 626 997 1453 363
French Indo-China 30 18 67 162 62 172
,;Hong Kong 673 2193 7802 5625 12039 9811
Iraq 5
Japan 35 25 25
Iran (Persia) -
Palestine 312
Philipine Islands 8085 12037 14947 8144 17832 13647
Australia 790 1070 281
British Oceania 99 85 105 269 109 140
French Oceania 10 -
New Zealand 4504 4 3 17760 8506 5
Other Asia 5 45
British East Africa 8 -
Other British S. Africa 10 -
Tunisia -
Others


DmTAL 572548 519768 914641 1385481 738291 397891
TOALS 1938 402656 388775 -711700 1077327 1205445 1231337
1937 252603 199852 257777 316823 192499 342804
1936 243532 213492 473738 677539 62232 488774
1935 188652 209718 350167 442399 778793 767329
1934 149391 191439 281415 408385 496736 434980
1933 141379 147067 184941 379845 585730 473717
Compiled frame official records of the U..S. Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Coamerce.




89 -

UNITE STATES GRAPEFRUIT POTS, BY COUNTIES JULY 1938 D E 1938 H E 1938

Country to which exported JUU AUG.. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.


BO 0


Belgium 4348 500 4
Denmark 226 26
Finland 200 4
France 6672 2000 876 498
Germany 1300 -
Hungary- -
Italy -
Netherlands 250 7
Norway .800 170 1108
Poland and Danzig -
Portugal -
Sweden 875 430
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 61819 23135 4093 25538 21213
Canada 36018 42580 22291 58923 69164
Pananm Republic & Canal Zone 213 171 90 31 163
Mexico 30 59 25 27 36
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is. -
Newfoundland & Labrador. 517 548 305 393 300
Bermudas 162 108 26 41 10
Trinidad and Tobago 6
Other British W. Indies 90 79 67 53 55
Cuba -
Dominican Republic -
Netherland W.'Indies 153 160 148 197 193
Argentina 165
Peru 1
Venezuela -
British India 5
British Malaya 867 408 2 59 237
Ceylon 10 10 25
China 196 96 65 128 197
Netherland India 59 44 19 76
French Indo-China 19 9 5 '2 '4
Hong Kong 386 153 52 287 523
Iraq 25
Japan 30 25 2
Iran (Persia) 200 70
Philipine Islands 410 301 347 311 576
Burma British) 22 27 -
Austrai 25 625
British Oceania 29 19 200 21 30
French Oceania 6 3 -
New Zealand 400 550 951
Other Asia 5 4
British East-Africa -
Other British S. Africa -
Tunisia 10 -
Other French Africa 5 -
Others -


11
48
16
485
106
1
30
863

811
69
40677
60714
136
113
509
64
73
3
152
1027


284
25
302
37
7
201
25
34
520
455
29
501
5


TOTAL 114807 70577 28006 88834 96638 108333
TOTALS 1937 32216 21965 22885 49776 52341 58024
1936 33959 19313 44573 61304 57432 53156
1935 147333 64640 48922 52978 41484 23948
1934 91534 .83221 20629 71582 59548 48096
u 1933 78426 42625 41628 76973 60035 59925
1932 78230 40181 66700 33269 39355 36208

Compiled -from offioal records of the U. S. Bureau of" Foreign & Domestic Ccanerce. -


S -





90 -
UITTED STATES GRAPEBUIT SPORTS, BY.COTUNRIES JANARY 1939 ~IHOUGE JUNE 1939

Count to which exported ( JA. FEB MA. AP. MY JUTE
-B OXlE S-


Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Hungry
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland and Danzig
Portugal
Sweden
Switzerland.
United Kingdom
Canada
Panarm Republic & Canal Zone
Mexico
Miquelon & St. Pierre Is.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Bermudas
Trinidad and Tobago
Other British W. Indies
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Netherland W. Indies
Argentina
Peru
Venezuela
British India
British Malaya
Ceylon
China
Netherland India
French Indo-China
Hong Kong
Iraq
Japan
Iran (Persia)
Philippine Island
Burma- 'British)
Australia
British Oceania
French Oceania
New Zealand
Other Asia
British East Africa
Other British S. Africa
Tunisia
Other French Africa
Others


20
765
5

10
80

1255
20401
92834
92
157

62
117
25
61
3

173

30
3
47
24
392
24
545
20
-
501
5
2


429
18


1032

1304
1255
75707
154
146
426
74
191



2

281
75
72
55
3
150


518
510
11
3
251


10

644
14

10
1279

2225
28683
118285
96
17972
595
106
203
83
185
2
10
10
406
10
164
42
9
333


624
860
13
501

5


660
4732
-
3050
1330
1
1050
63445
90292
166
314
292
150
131

250


190
213
5
194
55
18
249
20
287
380
50
1
252


200

7241
6601

9096
11290

1500
21718
84808
290
332
1544
123
133
4
157



365
320
68
.6
331
20
382
20
45
501


3000

7693
3504
18
500
650
5
-

3000
8171
79462
276
S380
762
130
107

109
2


475
251
18
8
333
50

476

27
3


TOTAL 117837 82832' 173379 167777 147095 109410
TOTALS 1938 80240 :58259 10322r 95576 145445 152761
1937 82582 81697 87244 74147 63336 43941
*" 1936 57196 74109 121279 141438 177604 135607
S1935 62735 67307 110029 83405 105080 183196
S1934 54307. 81575 115701 108440 120605 98503
"1933 70605 61208 77270 135034 198201 65817

Compiled from official red~rds of6 the U. S. ''reau of Foreign & Domestic Coamerce.




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