# What things cost in 1935

## What did a loaf of bread cost in 1935?

Today in History: Bread Prices Increase to

**9 Cents**in 1935.## How much did a dozen eggs cost in 1935?

Retail Prices of Selected Foods in U.S. Cities, 1890? 2015

Year | Flour (5 lbs) | Eggs (doz.) |
---|---|---|

1935 | 25.3 | 37.6 |

1930 | 23.0 | 44.5 |

1925 | 30.5 | 55.4 |

1920 | 40.5 | 68.1 |

## How much was a car in 1935?

Buying power of $15,000.00 since 1935

Year | USD Value | Inflation Rate |
---|---|---|

1935 | $15,000.00 | – |

1936 | $15,073.89 | 0.49% |

1937 | $15,369.46 | 1.96% |

1938 | $16,108.37 | 4.81% |

## How much was milk 1935?

1935:

**47Â¢ per gallon**.## What did bread cost in 2022?

Buying power of $5.00 since 1997

Year | USD Value | Inflation Rate |
---|---|---|

2019 | $9.21 | 2.67% |

2020 | $9.53 | 3.55% |

2021 | $9.73 | 2.02% |

2022 | $10.16 | 4.46%* |

## How much did a steak dinner cost in 1920?

It’s surprising what certain items at the grocery store would have set you back in 1920. For instance, a dozen eggs cost 47 cents ($6.06 today), one pound of round steak cost

**40 cents**($5.16 today), and three pounds of macaroni cost 25 cents ($3.22 today).## How much was a pig worth in 1935?

This rate of change indicates significant inflation. In other words, pork costing $0.43 in the year 1935 would cost

**$7.23 in 2022**for an equivalent purchase.## How much did a movie ticket cost in 1935?

Observe that in constant dollars, movie-ticket prices more than doubled between 1935 (when they cost a quarter; that’s

**$2.93 in 1999 dollars**) and 1970 (when they cost $1.55; $6.68 in 1999 dollars). Prices for movie tickets peaked, in constant dollars, during the 1970s.## How much did a gallon of gas cost in 1935?

Supporting Information

Year | Gasoline Price (Current dollars/gallon) | Gasoline Price (Constant 2011 dollars/gallon) |
---|---|---|

1935 | 0.19 | 2.52 |

1936 | 0.19 | 2.57 |

1937 | 0.20 | 2.53 |

1938 | 0.20 | 2.55 |

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## How much did a car cost in 1930?

80 Years of Car & Gas Prices

Gas Prices (Per Gallon) | New Car Prices | |
---|---|---|

1930 | 10Â¢ | $600 |

1940 | 11Â¢ | $850 |

1950 | 18Â¢ | $1,510 |

1960 | 25Â¢ | $2,600 |

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## How much is a 200 lb pig worth?

At the time of the sale, market swine will weigh between 200 and 280 pounds with an average weight of 265 pounds. Market pigs sell for

**between $2.00 and $4.00 a pound**with an average price of $3.50 per pound. Processing fees (butchering, cutting, and wrapping) vary based on the butcher.## How much did a loaf of bread cost in 1930?

$0.09

The Price of Bread

YEAR | Cost of 1 lb. of Bread | Federal Minimum Wage |
---|---|---|

1930 | $0.09 | None |

1940 | $0.10 | $0.30 |

1950 | $0.12 | $0.75 |

1960 | $0.23 | $1.00 |

## What was the average rent in 1930?

Income and Household Rates

In the 1930’s the average annual income was about $1,970, and the average cost for house rent was about **$18.00 per month**.

## What was the cost of a house in the 1930s?

While a house bought in 1930 for

**around $6,000**may be worth roughly $195,000 today, when adjusted for inflation, the appreciation is not as impressive as it seems. Since 1930, inflation-adjusted home values have increased by a modest 127%, or less than 1% each year.## What was the hourly wage in 1930?

In total, the average entrance rate for common labor was

**$0.45 an hour**, with a low of $0.15 and a high of $0.95. The study also looked at geographical differences, which showed that workers in the North made significantly more (average of $0.48 per hour) than those in the South ($0.34 per hour on average).## How much did a loaf of bread cost in 1933?

Food | ||
---|---|---|

Product | Brand Name | Price per Unit |

Beets | Avondale | $0.25 |

Bran Flakes | Kellogg | $0.10 |

Bread | Grandmother’s Quality | $0.05 |

## How much did a house cost in 1931?

The average price of a new home in 1931 was

**$6,790**.## How much did things cost during the Great Depression?

Introduction to “The Great Depression.”

To get Hot Cross Buns by the dozen, it cost $0.16 during the depression. Bran Flakes cost about $0.10 during the depression. White bread cost $0.08 per loaf during the depression. A Jumbo Sliced Loaf of Bread cost $0.05 during the depression.

## How much did a car cost in 1933?

The average cost of a new car in 1933 was

**around $600**. That said, this would be equivalent to around $12,000 today.## What was rent in 1933?

So the cheapest monthly rent in 1933 for a vacant 1-room apartment in 1933 was $100… except there weren’t any available. The next step up was $6-10, and using the upper end at

**$300/month**there were only 13 1-rooms vacant.## How much was a car in the 1950s?

Commerce figures show the

**average new-car price in 1950 was $2,210**and the median family income was $3,319. Car prices shot up in the ’50s, but not as quickly as family income in the Eisenhower Era.## How much did a house cost in 1937?

How much did things cost in 1937:

**Average cost of new house $4,100.00**. Average wages per year $1,780.00.