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Religious Denominations in Metropolitan Chicago

Source: Executive Secretary of the Chicago Church Federation Metropolitan Chicago, according to a survey made by the Chicago Church Federation, has nearly 2,000 churches with members and adherents in excess of 3,000,000. About 2,500,000 of these are divided equally between Roman Catholic Church and the Protestant denominations and miscellaneous sects, or about 1.250,000 each. There are approximately 300,000 Jewish adherents in the Metropolitan Area. There are about 380 Catholic churches and the Protestant organizations possess more than 1500 buildings. A summary of active members and churches for most of the Protestant denominaions in Chicago follows:

No. of

Active Denomination

Churches Membership Ministers Baptist..

126
38,539

252 Baptist-Colored

187
112,008

153 Christian Reformed

21
7,000

20 Church of the Brethren.

6
1.424

6 Church of God.

12
2,000

28 Church of the Nazarene

11
1,290

19 Congregational

86
33,551

170 Disciples of Christ.

30
9,714

43 Episcopal

121
39,266

145 Evangelical.

38
7,500

36 Evangelical Free.

6
1,000

8 Evangelical Mission Covenant

28
5,512

45 Evangelical and Reformed

84
37,320

87 Lutheran Augustana Synod.

51
21,977

46 Danish Synod.

2
455

2 Norwegian Synod.

32
9,300

36 American Synod..

16
4,979

15 United Danish Synod

4
800

4 United Lutheran Synod

70
59,201

78 Missouri Synod.

201
86,406

196 Mennonite.

8
500

8 Methodist

185
75,292

250 Norwegian-Danish

7
930

7 Swedish

20
3,143

17 Colored

7
7.000

7 African Methodist Episcopal.

34
16.744

57 African Methodist Episcopal Zion.

11
4,250

15 Colored Methodist Episcopal.

12
6,240

18 Free Methodist ..

7
620

15 Polish National Catholic.

6
9,590

8 Presbyterian

120
52,056

272 Reformed Church in America

15
6,227

15 Reformed Episcopal.

4
1;020

4 Reformed Presbyterian

1
60

1 Seventh Day Adventist.

15
2,076

14 Society of Friends.

392 Swedenborglan.

375 Upitarian

3,953 United Brethren in Christ United Presbyterian.

1,760 Universalist

1,325 Welsh Presbyterian

550 Community and Independent

63
18,900

63 Total

1,676
692,923

2,189

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Chicago School Statistics

Source: Chicago Board of Education
School Average

School
Teachers'

Average
Year
Daily Schools

Year
Daily Schools

Teachers'
Salaries
Ending Attend.

Ending Attend.

Salaries 1910. 233,865.3 279 $7.341.054.59 1936.

436,027.0 385 $28,067,306.22 1915. 278.148.2 302 10,162,124.96 1937.

430,987.4 385

29.139,179.86 1920. 304,518.0 294 18,600.815.15 1938.

424,320.8 389 33,897.792.14 1925. 390,032.7 299 30.717,875.73 1939.

419,212.9 394 35,738,911.91 1930. 435,422.2 357 36.000,757.61 1940

411.641.9

394

36,449,055.85 1935. 438.275.3 385 27.878.222.63 1941

399,438.6 HIGH SCHOOLS, 1941-1942

JUNIOR COLLEGES AND NORMAL SCHOOLS Number Teachers Enrollment

Number Teachers Enrollment Sept. 1941.

41
4,608 130,817 Normal

90

1,713 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Junior

3
199

4,891 336

8,071 281,096

Chicago Fire Department

Source: Secretary, Chicago Fire Department Commissioner, Michael J. Corrigan--$10.000. Lieutenants (282), $2,900.

Deputy Chief Fire Marshal, Anthony J. Mullaney Pilots (5). $3,200. --$7,500.

Marine engineers (6), $3,020. Second Deputy Chief Marshal, Michael J. Cody- Fire engineer in charge of equipment and main

tenance (1), $4,800. $6,000

Division Fire Marshal, drill master, George E. Supervising fire engineer (1), $3,900.
Graves.

Fire engineers (254), $2.880.
Division marshal, deputy inspector, Edward F. Firemen, 1st class (1,770), $2,500.

Firemen, 2nd class (56), $2.440.
Green-$5,000.
Division Fire Marshal, fire prevention bureau,

Firemen, 3rd class (96), $2.320.

Candidates. 66. Salary $2,140. Joseph Graham.

Number of engine companies 122. Division fire marshals (13), $4.500.

Hook and ladder companies 49. Chiefs of battalions (56), $4,000.

High pressure companies 10. Captains (191), $3,200.

Water towers 3.

Chief Manufacturing Industries, Chicago Area, 1939

Source: United States Bureau of the Census (The industrial area of Chicago, as defined by the Census Bureau, comprises Cook, Du Page, Kane. Lake and will counties in Illinois and Lake county in Indiana.)

Wage

earners ladustries

(average

Value of for the Wages products

year) Total: 1939

483,593 $640,533,131 $4,277,815,582 1937

538,775 740,159.996 4,711.428,323

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COUNTIES, 1939
Portion in Illinois, total.

Cook
Du Page
Kane.
Lake.

Will
Portion in Indiana Lake County

INDUSTRIES
Abrasive wheels, stones, paper, cloth, and related products,
Alloying; and rolling and drawing of nonferrous metals, except

aluminum
Aluminum products (including rolling and drawing and ex-

truding), not elsewhere classified.
Automobile stampings
Beauty-shop and barber-shop equipment.
Biscuit, crackers, and pretzels.
Blast furnace products.
Bookbinding and related industries
Books: printing without publishing.
Bread and other bakery products (except biscuit, crackers, and

pretzels)
Brick and hollow structural tile.
Candy and other confectionery products.
Cars and car equipment-rallroad, street, and rapid-transit
Caskets, cofas, burial cases, and other inorticians' goods.
Chemicals not elsewhere classimed.
Cleaning and polishing preparations, blackings, and dressings.
Coated and glazed paper
Coats, suits, and skirts (except fur coats)-made in inside fac-

tories or by jobbers engaging contractors.
Concrete products.
Cooperage
Corsets and allied garments.
Doors, window sash, frames, molding, and trim (made of metal)
Drugs and medicines (including drug grinding)
Electrical appliances
Electroplating, plating, and polishing
Electrotyping and stereotyping, not done in printing estab-

lishments.
Elevators, escalators, and conveyors
Enameled-iron sanitary ware and other plumbers' supplies (not

including pipe and vitreous and seinivitreous china sanitary

ware)
Engraving (steel, copperplate, and wood); plate printing
Envelopes.
Fabricated plastic products, not elsewhere classified.
Fabricated structural steel and ornamental metal work, made in

plants not operated in connection with rolling muis
Felt goods, wool, hair, and jute (except woven felts and hat

bodies and hats)
Food preparations, not elsewhere classifed.
Food-products machinery
Footwear (except rubber)
Forgings, iron and steel made in plants not operated in connec-

tion with rolling mills
Games and toys (except dolls and children's vehicles)
General commercial (job) printing.
Generating, distribution, and industrial apparatus, and ap-

paratus for incorporation in manufactured products, not else

where classified.
Glue and gelatin.
Gravure, rotogravure, and rotary photogravure (including prep-

aration of plates)
Gray-iron and semisteel castings,
Greeting cards (except hand painted).
Hardware not elsewhere classified
House dresses, uniforms, and aprons- -made in inside factories

or by jobbers engaging contractors.
Houseľurnishings (except curtains, draperies, and bedspreads)..
Household furniture except upholstered,
Ice cream and Ices..
Ice, manufactured.
Industrial inachinery, not elsewhere classined.
Insecticides, fungicides, and related industrial and household

chemical compounds,
Insulated wire and cable
Jewelry cases and instrument cases.
Jewelry (precious metals).
Lamp shades.
Lighting fixtures.
ithographing and photo-lithographing (including preparation
of stones or plates and dry transiers).

2,360.347

772,502

586.404 1.534,832

930,722 1,304,191 6,313,315 1.862,801

670 1.054

1,520,883
1,865,301

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Wage earners (average for the year)

Wages

Value of products

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Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and noodles..
Machine and hand typesetting (including advertisement type-

setting).
Machine-shop products, not elsewhere classined.
Machine-tool and other metal-working machinery accessories,

metal-cutting and shaping tools, and machinists. precision tools
Malleable-iron castings.
Malt liquors.
Mattresses and bedsprings
Meat packing, wholesale
Mechanical power-transmission equipment.
Men's and boys' hats and caps (except felt and straw).
Men's and boys' suits, coats, and overcoats (except work clothing)

--made in contract factories
Men's and boys' suits, coats, and overcoats (except work clothing)

-made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors. Men's neckwear--made in inside factories or by jobbers engaging

contractors
Metalworking machinery and equipment, not elsewhere classified
Millinery.
Mirror frames and picture frames.
Mirrors and other glass products made of purchased glass
Miscellaneous fabricated products not elsewhere classified.
Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts
Motor vehicles, motor-vehicle bodies, parts and accessories,
Musical instruments, parts, and materials not elsewhere classified
Newspapers: publishing and printing.
Nonalcoholic beverages
Nonferrous-metal foundries (except aluminum)
Nonferrous-metal products not elsewhere classifed
Once furniture..
Oleomargarine---Dot made in meat-packing establishments.
Oven coke and coke-oven by-products
Paints, varnishes, and lacquers.
Paper and paperboard mills.
Paper bags, except those made in paper mills.
Paperboard containers and boxes not elsewhere classified
Partitions, shelving, cabinet work, and office and store fixtures.
Pens, mechanicat pencils, and pen points
Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations.
Periodicals: publishing and printing
Petroleum refining . .
Photoengraving, not done in printing establishments (including

preparation of plates)..
Photographic apparatus and materials and projection equipment

(except lenses)
Pickled fruits and vegetables and vegetable sauces and seasonings
Planing mills not operated in conjunction with sawmills.
Power bollers and associated products
Prepared feeds (including mineral) for animals and fowls
Printing ink
Printing-trades machinery and equipment
Professional and scientifc instruments (except surgical and

dental)
Pumping equipment and air compressors
Radios, radio tubes, and phonographs
Rooang, built-up and roll; asphalt shingles; roof coating (except

paint).
Sausage casings--not made in meat-packing establishments.
Sausages, prepared meats, and other meat products -not made in

meat-packing establishments.
Serew-machine products and wood screws
Secondary smelting and refining of nonferrous metals, not else-

where classified
Sheet-metal work not specifically classified.
Signs, advertising displays, and advertising novelties
Soap and glycerin...
Sporting and athletic goods not elsewhere classified
Stamped and pressed metal products (except automobile stamp

ings)
Steam and other packing: pipe and boller covering
Steel castings,
Steel works and rolling mills.
Stoves, ranges, water heaters, and hot-air furnaces (except

electrie)
Suitcases, briefcases, bags. trunks, and other luggage.
Surgical supplies and equipment not elsewhere classified; or-

thopedic appliances
Textile bags--not made in textile mills
Tin cans and other tinware not elsewhere classified.
Tools (except edge tools, machine tools, files, and saws)
Trousers (semidress), wash sults, and washable service apparel.
Vending, amusement, and other coin-operated machines,
Wallpaper:
Window shades,
Wire drawn from purchased rocis.
Wirework not elsewhere classified
Wiring devices and supplies.
Women's and misses dresses (except house dresses)---made in

contract factories.
Women's and inissegi dresses (except house dresses) made in

inside factories or by jobbers engaging contractors Women's, children's and infants' underwear and nightwear of

knitted fabrics..... Women's, children's, and infants' underwear and nightwear of

silk and rayon woven fabrics.

1.483

763 1.790 1.158 631

543 1.971

3,885,682
1,983,796

627,449
2.427.047
1,764,442
855,382

725,142 3,248,930

11.140,834

5,139,040 10,295,868 10.620,637 21,259,264 11,546,255 13,003,317

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Industries

Wage
earners
(average
for the
year)

Wages

Value of products

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Wooden boxes except cigar boxes
Wood products not elsewhere classified,
Work clothing (except work shirts), sport garments (except

leather), and other men's and boys' apparel, not elsewhere

classined
X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes.
Other industries.
Other industries, by Industry groups:
Food and kindred products
Textile-mill products and other fiber manufactures,
Apparel and other finished products made from fabrics and

similar materials
Paper and allied products
Chemicals and allied products,
Leather and leather products
Stone, clay, and glass products,
Iron and steel and their products, except machinery
Nonferrous metals and their products,
Machinery (except electrical)
Miscellaneous industries...
Tobacco manufactures,
Furniture and finished lumber products.
Rubber products
Electrical machinery
Transportation equipment except automobiles,

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3,521.597

9,059,044 718,515,091 148,357,884 30.032.797 12,049,183 20,401.538 22.108,625 30.773,629 30.012,651 85.247,439 34,569,571 110.992,390 25,583.815

33,417,582

168,190.226

Forest Preserve of Cook County

Source: Cook County Forest Preserve
Township Acre. Name

Name

Township

Acre.

8.83 1,735

253

1.180
1.334

276
541
230

1,201
600

740

368 4.919

230 3.645

39 1,008

180

Deer Grove and Camp
Reinberg

Palatine
Elk Grove

Elk Grove
Mors Woods.

Wheeling
Pottawatomie Woods. Wheeling
Winnebago Woods, Northfeld.
Portage Grove and Al-
lison Woods.

Northfeld
Somme Preserve.. Northfeld
Turnbull Tract. New
Trier

Northfield
Chewab Skokie, New
Trier.

Northfield.
Memorial Woods. Northfeld.
Haris Woods.

Niles, Linne Woods.

Niles.
Oshkosh Woods.

Maine
Northwestern Woods.. Maine.
Belleau Woods or Sen-
ne Woods.

Maine
Marne Reservation. Maine
Miarnis Woods

Niles.
Sauganash or Caldwell
Preserye...

Niles, Chicago.
Che-Che-Pinque Rese Leyden...
George Rogers Clark
Reserve

Leyden
Thatcher's Woods. River Forest.
Steele Preserve.

River Forest

1.445

320 517 218 197 31

Cummins Reserve. River Forest
Riverside Woods & Zoo Proviso, Riverside.
Calumet Portage. Lyons.
Warren

G. Harding
Woods

Proviso..
Cantigny Woods Lyons.
Argonne Forest

Lyons
Sag Forest.

Lemont, Palos.
Palos Hills

Palos, Lemont.
Black Partridge.

Lemont.
Humphrey Woods.

Orland.
Beverly Hills or Ryan
Woods

Calumet. Chicago.
Mascouen Reserve, Bremen, Orland.
St. Mihiel Reserva. Breunen
Kickapoo Grove. Thornton, Calumet
Whistler Preserve Calumet
Beaubien Preserve Chicago, Thornton
Wolt Lake Preserve. Chicago.
Burnham Woods. Thornton, Chicago
Shabbona Woods. Thornton.
Gurdon 8. Hubbard
Forest

Bloom, Thornton..
Wood Wilson Woods. Bloom
Sauk Trail

Bloom
Miscellaneous

183 999 675 462 240 270 120 375 605

46 1,579

300

935 1.620

1.655

90 1,188 1,359.24

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Chicago Police Department

Source: Secretary Chicago Police Department Commissioner, James P. Allman-$9,000.

Lieutenants (120), $3,072.

4 Chicf Uniformed Force (1), $6,750.

Sergeants (479), $2,900. Chief Traffic Bureau (1), $4.500.

Patrolmen (5,626), $2.140 to $2,500. Supervisor of Police Division (6), $4,500.

Policewomen (57), $2,140 to $2,500. Secretary (1), $4,698.

Matrons (26). $2,140 to $2,500. Chief Detectives (1). $6.750.

Chief Police Operator (1), $2.960. Deputy Chief of Detectives (1). $4.770.

Patrolmen-Operutor (28), $2,500 Captains (46). $3,720.

Total Personnel (including Miscellaneous), 6,695.

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Retail Trade in Chicago in 1939

NumKind of business ber of

stores

Source: United States Bureau of the Census
Em- Wages

Num-
Sales ployes In Yr., Kind of business ber of
$1,000 Av. No. $1,000

stores

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Total, all stores

23 145

219 2,161

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217

151

Food Group
Grocery, do meats
Grocery, meats...
Dairy products.
Milk
Meat
Candy, nut
Confectionery
Delicatessen
Fruit, vegetable
Bakeries, caterers
Other stores.
General Stores

(with food)

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47,832 1,514,829 184,849 204,193 M'tor-vehicle d'rs

Used-car
17,411 268,961 24,769 29,998 Acry, tire, bat'ry.
5,757 70,715 4,969 4,679 Filling Stations
3,574

94,437 8,571 7,800
1.628

146|Lumber, bldg
93
30,179

4,022 10,832 group
2.095 36,648 2,826 3.354 Lumber yards.
383 3,772

756)

535 Bldg. materials.. 1.903 6,963 797

506 Heating, plumb. 1,450 7,769 370

299 Paint,glass, wall'p 584 5,395

575

485 Electrical supply
735

6,413 1,122 775 Hard're group..
153
2,130 331

417 Hardware

Eating Places
7
436 59 49

Res't, cat'ias, l'rm
Lunch, coun. st'ds
Soft drink, ice c'm

Drinking places
1,070

452,212 58,937 61,158 | Places with meals.
58

406,325 51,216 55,366 Places, other.
532
7,655
648

700 Drug Stores
142
10.705
1.114

1,163 With fountain.
333

26,967 5,871 3,840 Other....
4,420 151,623 18,820 21,972 Liquor Stores
378 7,347 622 765

packed goods
357

20,321 1,813 3,009
172 23.315 3,027 3,917 OtherR'tail S'es
1.026 44,527 5,793 6,150 Fuel and ice..
162

7.842 776. 1.470 Fuel-oll.
580
6,332 1,480

1,131 Jewelry stores.
186 1.983

248

203

Book
148
2,406 501

215 Stationery
165 2,000

280

308 Cigar stores, st'ds
279 5,859 849 1,288 Florist.
127
4,989

519

518 Gift, nov'ty, s'nir
556 13, 408 1,490

1,634 News..
81
8.105 1.082 1.057 Office, store ap'ce

omce, store,
1,150 59,808 6,237 9,437

school supply ..
420 28,446 2,528 4,084 Opticians...
90 7,963

546
1,037 Photo'lc sup. cam

Sporting goods...
40
964 107

130 Plano, mus. Inst.

Scientine, medal
29
825 132 164

inst. and sup'ly.
62 1.733 111

155 Other retail stores 137 2,101 607 664

Sec.-h'nd stores 9,515 1,683 2,418 Tires, accessories. 136 6,555

388

592

Pawn shops
678 126,680 7,578 12,398 Other sec.-hand
274 95,748 5,436 8.933

General merch

andise group.
Department
Dry goods
General other.
Variety
Apparel Group
Men's furnishings
Men's clothing
Family clothing.
W'men's rdy-to-w
Furriers, tur shops
Millinery
Corset & lingerie..
Hosiery..
Other apparel
Custom tailors
Men's shoe
Family shoe,
Women's shoe.
Furniture

house group.
Furniture
Floorcoverings
Drapery, curtain

upholstery... China, glassware,

metalware.. Interior dec'tors.. Other home fur'n. Household appli Radio, hou'ol ap'e Automotive grp. Motor-vehicle..

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708

670 6,534 4,677 1.052 1.252 1,209

77 38 172

82 695 665 117 143 199

118 873 859 224

264

Chicago Stock Exchange Transactions and Seat Prices

243

Source: Chicago Stock Exchange
Stocks Bonds

Seats
Stocks Bonds

Seats
Year Shares Par Value High Low Year Shares Par Value High

Low 1890. 1,097,663 $18.268,600

1932 15,642,000 $10,597.000 $9,590 $2,500 1900 1,418,738 8,362,600

1933. 18,288,000 1,433,000 10.000 3,000 1905 1,544,319 8,567,500

1934. 10,178,000 847.000 6.000

2.000 1910. 894.362 7.347,000

1935 12,483,000 429.000 5.000 2,000 1915. 715,557 9,316,100 $1,025 $750 1936 19, 436.000 194.000

7.500

2,000 1920. 7.367,441 4.652 400 8,250 4.900 1937. 14,239.000 45,000

3.500

2.000 1925 14,102,892 8.748.300 6.000

4.000 1938. 7.707.000 221.600 2.000 1,500 1928. 38,941,589 7,531,600 75,000 22,000

1939. 8,420.000 1,776,000 2,100 1,500 1929

82,216,000 4,975,500 +110,000 60,000 1940 6,850,000 526.000 1,500 1930. 69.747.500

1,500 27,462.000 45,000 12,000

19 11 **

4,131,000 35,600 1,200 550 1931. 34,404,200 12,480.500 24.000 5,100

Prior to September 5, 1929, when number of memberships was increased from 235 to 470. The High and Low after September 5, 1929, was $50,000-$26,500.

noTo Sept. 27, 1941.
Arthur M. Betts is Chairman of the Board; his term expires June 1, 1942.
Kenneth L. Smith is President; his term expires June 1, 1942.

Condition of Members of Chicago Clearing House Association

Source: Chicago Clearing House Association; figures are as of June 30, 1941 C1. H.

Surplus & Demand

Time
No.
Clearing House Members

Capital Profits Deposits Deposits
1
First National Bank of Chicago

$30,000,000 $43,949,000 $1,077,141.000 $184,134,000 3 Continental Ill. Natl. Bank & Trust Co. 50,000,000 69,904,000 1,438,354,000 171,283,000 8 Bank of Montreal

4,231.000 11 City National Bank & Trust Co.

2,320,000

4,000,000 3,807,000 168,203,000 15 Northern Trust Company

12,760,000

3,000,000 11,017.000 328,406,000 81.318.000 28 Harris Trust & Savings Bank.

6.000.000 12,395,000 302,933.000 27770,000 34 Drovers National Bank.

1,000,000 1,070.000 36,199,000 35 Live Stock National Bank

1.000.000 1,553,000 23,625,000 4,500,000 48 Mercantile National Bank

600,000 650.000 16,594,000 4.142,000 49 American National Bank & Trust Co. 1,600,000 2,645,000 77,536.000 6,210,00 President-Bentley G. McCloud.

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