Card Puncher, an Integral Part of the Tabulation System Used by the United States Census Bureau to Compile the Thousands of Facts Gathered by the Bureau

Card Puncher, an Integral Part of the Tabulation System Used by the United States Census Bureau to Compile the Thousands of Facts Gathered by the Bureau
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Original Caption: "This Is a Card Puncher, an Integral Part of the Tabulation System Used by the United States Census Bureau to Compile the Thousands of Facts Gathered by the Bureau. Holes Are Punched in the Card According to a Prearranged Code Transferring the Facts From the Census Questionaire Into Statistics." [Woman Operating the Card Puncher]

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: NWDNS-29-CM-C(9)

From: Series: Census Machines (Record Group 29)

Created by: Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Public Information Office, (1890 ? – 04/1983 )

Coverage Dates: 1890 – 1950

Subjects:
Labor
Women

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