How Much Did Things Cost in 1933?

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Things in 1933 didnt cost as much as they do today, but the value of money was also different. One dollar in 1933 is worth around $16.88 by 2013 monetary standards. In 1933 the average cost of a house was approximately $5966, which equals around $100,724 by 2013 monetary standards. The cost of a car in 1933 was an average of $605, around $10,214 by 2013 monetary standards. Additionally, the average annual income was $964, which is roughly $16,275 by 2013 monetary standards.
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