Just 3 days left until the release of the 1940 Census!
This is an original blank 1940 Federal Decennial Census Population Schedule.
The 1940 census questionnaire was printed on 23 3/4” x 12 1/2” paper. The double-sided forms had space for 40 entries on each side, plus two additional lines for the 5% sample questions. The reverse side was identical except that lines were numbered 41 to 80, and the sample-line numbers were different.

Just 3 days left until the release of the 1940 Census!

This is an original blank 1940 Federal Decennial Census Population Schedule.

The 1940 census questionnaire was printed on 23 3/4” x 12 1/2” paper. The double-sided forms had space for 40 entries on each side, plus two additional lines for the 5% sample questions. The reverse side was identical except that lines were numbered 41 to 80, and the sample-line numbers were different.

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