What were the ten most populated cities in the US in 1930?

According to the United States Census Bureau, the largest American city in 1930 was New York, New York, which boasted roughly 6,930,000 residents. At the time, the second largest city was Chicago, Illinois, which had approximately 3,376,000 residents. The third largest city, meanwhile, was Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with an estimated population of 1,951,000. The fourth and fifth biggest cities were, respectively, Detroit, Michigan, with a population of 1,569,000, and Los Angeles, California, with a population of 1,238,000. Rounding out the top 10 largest US cities in 1930 were Cleveland, Ohio, with 900,000 residents; St. Louis, Missouri, with 822,000 residents; Baltimore, Maryland, with 805,000 residents; Boston, Massachusetts, with 781,000 residents; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with 670,000 residents. By 1940, St. Louis and Baltimore had switched places on the top-10 list, and by 1950, Los Angeles had become the fourth largest city in America.