Maps showing distribution of racial and national groups in the Los Angeles area, according to the 1940 United States census: Distribution of foreign born from Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, U.S. Census data, 1940
- Maps showing distribution of racial and national groups in the Los Angeles area, according to the 1940 United States census: Distribution of foreign born from Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, U.S. Census data, 1940
- Date Created
- Los Angeles (Calif.). City Planning Commission.
- Maps Showing Distribution of Racial and National Groups in Los Angeles, according to the 1940 United States Census
Scale: 2 3/4 mi. to the inch
Summary of findings: "Foreign born in Los Angeles from Poland, 7,448, Yugoslavia, 3,441, Czechoslovakia, 1,536, Total, 12,425"
All maps use the same grid, showing cities and towns in Los Angeles County, as well as boundary lines of the adjoining counties and some features and delineations of cities surrounding LA County (within the map's borders). A legend of various sized dots is given for each map, from the largest dot representing the highest population figure per dot to the smallest dot representing the smallest population figure this number varies per map. In rare cases, some population figures are represented by dots for some of the adjoining (non-LA County) cities
Digitization took place as part of the California Cultures Project.
- 1 map
- 67 x 47 cm.
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