Description: Reverse reads: "Regional Census of Hamilton County, Ohio was started November 12, 1936, employing a maximum of 331 persons but at present only 45 are employed on the project. The appropriation under W.P.A. amounts to $86,589, $72083 of which has been spent to date. The sponsors, The Regional Department of Economy Security, appropriated $2,275 as their share.
The Census of Hamilton County was taken as one of the first and necessary steps to understanding the employment problem of the County. The census is an enumeration of the individuals living in Hamilton county as of May 31, 1936, classified according to age, color, nativity, sex, schooling, occupation, industry, religion, etc.
The statistical tabulation is done by means of punched cards. A card is punched for each person enumerated. Picture No. 1 shows the automatic electric key punch in operation. This machine is used to punch coded information on the cards. Twenty-six key punches were used to punch some 575,000 cards. Photo by W.P.A. Photographer. Federal Project No. 1 (Writers') 7-6-36. Cincinnati, Ohio." View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: SA1039AV_B03F10_008_1 Subjects: Ohio--Census Places: Cincinnati (Ohio); Hamilton County (Ohio)
Description: This print shows a parade of men returning to Hamilton County from fighting in the Civil War. Crowds of men and woman in 1860s attire line the street, waving handkerchiefs, flags, and their hats as the military men walk by. The first group of marching men are playing drums and fifes or flutes, followed by uniformed men with rifles and bayonets on their shoulder. The background of the image shows men on horseback. A church building, hills, trees, and fences can be seen near the back of the image as well. The print, made from an engraving, originally appeared in the 1907 edition of Henry Howe's "Historical Collections of Ohio, the Ohio Centennial Edition." View on Ohio Memory. Image ID: AL04282 Subjects: United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Ohio History--Military Ohio; Hamilton County (Ohio); Military parades & ceremonies Places: Hamilton County (Ohio)
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