City State 1930 Population
1 New York New York 6,930,446
2 Chicago Illinois 3,376,438
3 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1,950,961
4 Detroit Michigan 1,568,662
5 Los Angeles California 1,238,048
6 Cleveland Ohio 900,429
7 St. Louis Missouri 821,960
8 Baltimore Maryland 804,874
9 Boston Massachusetts 781,188
10 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 669,817
11 San Francisco California 634,394
12 Milwaukee Wisconsin 578,249
13 Buffalo New York 573,076
14 Washington District of Columbia 486,869
15 Minneapolis Minnesota 464,356
16 New Orleans Louisiana 458,762
17 Cincinnati Ohio 451,160
18 Newark New Jersey 442,337
19 Kansas City Missouri 399,746
20 Seattle Washington 365,583
21 Indianapolis Indiana 364,161
22 Rochester New York 328,132
23 Jersey City New Jersey 316,715
24 Louisville/Jefferson County Kentucky 307,745
25 Portland Oregon 301,815
26 Houston Texas 292,352
27 Toledo Ohio 290,718
28 Columbus Ohio 290,564
29 Denver Colorado 287,861
30 Oakland California 284,063
31 St. Paul Minnesota 271,606
32 Atlanta Georgia 270,366
33 Dallas Texas 260,475
34 Birmingham Alabama 259,678
35 Akron Ohio 255,040
36 Memphis Tennessee 253,143
37 Providence Rhode Island 252,981
38 San Antonio Texas 231,542
39 Omaha Nebraska 214,006
40 Syracuse New York 209,326
41 Dayton Ohio 200,982
42 Worcester Massachusetts 195,311
43 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 185,389
44 Richmond Virginia 182,929
45 Youngstown Ohio 170,002
46 Grand Rapids Michigan 168,592
47 Hartford Connecticut 164,072
48 Fort Worth Texas 163,447
49 New Haven Connecticut 162,655
50 Flint Michigan 156,492
51 Nashville-Davidson Tennessee 153,866
52 Springfield Massachusetts 149,900
53 San Diego California 147,995
54 Bridgeport Connecticut 146,716
55 Scranton Pennsylvania 143,433
56 Des Moines Iowa 142,559
57 Long Beach California 142,032
58 Tulsa Oklahoma 141,258
59 Salt Lake City Utah 140,267
60 Paterson New Jersey 138,513
61 Yonkers New York 134,646
62 Norfolk Virginia 129,710
63 Jacksonville Florida 129,549
64 Albany New York 127,412
65 Trenton New Jersey 123,356
66 Kansas City Kansas 121,857
67 Chattanooga Tennessee 119,798
68 Camden New Jersey 118,700
69 Erie Pennsylvania 115,967
70 Spokane Washington 115,514
71 Fall River Massachusetts 115,274
72 Fort Wayne Indiana 114,946
73 Elizabeth New Jersey 114,589
74 Cambridge Massachusetts 113,643
75 New Bedford Massachusetts 112,597
76 Reading Pennsylvania 111,171
77 Wichita Kansas 111,110
78 Miami Florida 110,637
79 Tacoma Washington 106,817
80 Wilmington Delaware 106,597
81 Knoxville Tennessee 105,802
82 Peoria Illinois 104,969
83 Canton Ohio 104,906
84 South Bend Indiana 104,193
85 Somerville Massachusetts 103,908
86 El Paso Texas 102,421
87 Lynn Massachusetts 102,320
88 Evansville Indiana 102,249
89 Utica New York 101,740
90 Duluth Minnesota 101,463
91 Tampa Florida 101,161
92 Gary Indiana 100,426
93 Lowell Massachusetts 100,234
94 Waterbury Connecticut 99,902
95 Schenectady New York 95,692
96 Sacramento California 93,750
97 Allentown Pennsylvania 92,563
98 Bayonne New Jersey 88,979
99 Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania 86,626
100 Rockford Illinois 85,864

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