Nice Car Insurance Group photos

Nice Car Insurance Group photos

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Image from page 87 of “Standard of living among workingmen’s families in New York city,” (1909)
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Identifier: standardofliving00chap_0
Title: Standard of living among workingmen’s families in New York city,
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Chapin, Robert Coit, 1863-
Subjects: Cost and standard of living Working class
Publisher: New York, Charities publication committee
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization

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Diagram 6.—Total average expenditure for each income group, and averageamounts expended for various purposes. The items are arranged in each column in the following order, beginning atthe bottom: rent; car-fare; fuel and light; food; clothing; insurance; health; sun-dries. 68 OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURE

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Image from page 88 of “Standard of living among workingmen’s families in New York city,” (1909)
car insurance group
Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: standardofliving00chap_0
Title: Standard of living among workingmen’s families in New York city,
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Chapin, Robert Coit, 1863-
Subjects: Cost and standard of living Working class
Publisher: New York, Charities publication committee
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization

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Diagram 6.—Total average expenditure for each income group, and averageamounts expended for various purposes. The items are arranged in each column in the following order, beginning atthe bottom: rent; car-fare; fuel and light; food; clothing; insurance; health; sun-dries. 68 OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURE

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Diagram 7.—Percentage of expenditure for each item. The items are ar-ranged in the same order as in Diagram 6. Beginning at the left: rent; car-fare;fuel and light; food; clothing; insurance; health; sundries. discussion of the variations of amount and percentage of the ex-penditures under the different heads for the several income-groupsand nationalities will be taken up in the consideration of thesuccessive items. The heading Units, Average in the fourthcolumn (Table 15) refers to the food-requirements of the families,stated in multiples of the requirement of an adult man as a unit.The method of reckoning these equivalents is described in anotherconnection, on page 125. 69 3h-1 }U33 J3J * •32-BJ3AV 00 00 •1U33 J3. vo m vd O « 1U33 J3£ * •32T3J3AV n ifl O0 M 6 >o JU33 J3o > to M O 6 4 eg vg Ifl « o Ifl tr> vO m oo joo >

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