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Welcome to 1940s New York: NYC neighborhood profiles from 1943, based on the 1940 Census

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The Welcome to 1940s New York website from the CUNY Graduate Center provides photos, color-coded maps, statistics, and a brief narrative for 116 survey areas (approximations of the neighborhoods we know today) based on the 1940 Census and a market analysis published in 1943 by four local newspapers. It is a perfect supplement to the individual 1940 Census records that are now available online, offering area-wide context for the person-by-person details now available from the Census Bureau and National Archives.

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EXPLORE THE 1943 NEW YORK CITY MARKET ANALYSIS

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CITY AND BORO MAPS

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