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Savings and Dissaving by 12,817 American Households, 1917-1919

Author: Martha L Olney
Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. : Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan [distributor] 1995
Series: ICPSR (Series), 6276
Edition/Format:   Computer file : No Linguistic Content
Database:WorldCat
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This data collection contains information on annual savings and dissavings by households in the United States during 1917-1919, as well as data on the use of merchant or installment credit. Savings variables include purchases of Liberty Bonds, municipal bonds, War Savings Stamps, and Postal Savings Stamps, accumulations of cash in checking accounts, loan associations, savings accounts, and Christmas clubs,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: data set
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martha L Olney
OCLC Number: 61031941
Notes: Title from XML dataset
Event notes: Chronological coverage: 1917-1919
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web
Series Title: ICPSR (Series), 6276

Abstract:

This data collection contains information on annual savings and dissavings by households in the United States during 1917-1919, as well as data on the use of merchant or installment credit. Savings variables include purchases of Liberty Bonds, municipal bonds, War Savings Stamps, and Postal Savings Stamps, accumulations of cash in checking accounts, loan associations, savings accounts, and Christmas clubs, contributions to pension funds, payments on bills for tuition, fuel, medical care, groceries, and back taxes, investments in real estate and livestock, and purchases of stocks in various types of companies. Dissaving variables include amounts owed for tuition, clothes, medical care, car accessories, jewelry, rent, taxes, union dues, books, and insurance premiums, withdrawals from savings, amounts borrowed from employers, banks, loan associations, and friends, and sales of land, homes, furnishings, buggies, jewelry, and art work.

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