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PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Commissioners 



FOR THE 



Year Ending January 31, 1918 




Printed for the Department 



1919 



With the Compliments of the 



Park and Recreation Commissioners. 



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Cit^ of Boston 

PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 



FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Commissioners 



Year Ending January 31, 1918 




Printed for the department 



1919 



[Document 22—1918.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK AND EECEEATION DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1918. 



Boston, February 4, 1918. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 
Mayor of Boston: 

Dear Sir, — The Board has the honor herewith to 
submit this report for the year ending January 31, 1918: 

The department expended on account of annual 
maintenance the sum of $940,227.83. This amount was 
sufficient to take care of the ordinary needs of the depart- 
ment, with the exception of the care of existing trees and 
the necessity for planting more trees, particularly on 
Boston Common. 

There has been, for a number of years past, a great 
demand for the planting of street trees, but no consider- 
able amount of money is available for this purpose. 
Many of the pubhc streets that have been widened, and 
are now used for through traffic, are without shade trees. 
Among these might be mentioned Hyde Park avenue and 
Neponset avenue. We believe it a mistake to spend the 
amount of money necessary to widen and improve these 
streets without taking into consideration the necessity of 
planting shade trees. We also feel that the existing 
trees demand more attention, otherwise their future will 



2 City Document No. 22. 

be imperiled. The conditions existing during the war 
did not allow of the department employing young men 
who could do pruning work efficiently. 

During the year past many improvements have been 
made in the department. Among those I might mention 
the completion of the convenience station on Boston 
Common at a cost of $15,430.46; the building of a fence 
and the completion of the columns at the entrance to the 
Franklin Park Zoo at a cost of $19,406; the building of a 
sanitary and shelter at John Winthrop playground at a 
total cost of $11,942; the laying out of the tennis courts 
at Marine Park and the introduction of shower baths 
in the basement of the Aquarium at a cost of $4,071.55; 
improvements at North End Park Pier at a cost of 
$9,917.66; the purchase of land for a Mothers' Rest at 
Dorchester Center, on Washington and Claybourne 
streets, at a cost of $23,204.86; the completion of the 
Mission Hill playground in Roxbury, on which was 
spent $24,103.76 during the year; the purchase of a 
playground at Mozart and Bolster streets, midway 
between Jamaica Plain and Roxbury, at a cost of 
$13,700; the completion of the playground on Parker 
Hill at an expense of $23,064 during the year. A 
contract was also let for the grading, drainage and 
development of Billings Field, and the work was par- 
tially completed at an expense of $10,183.32; a steel 
-y footbridge was erected at Norfolk Street playground to 
! enable patrons of the ground to cross the railroad tracks 
at a cost of $3,655; at this playground, also, a contract 
was let for the grading of walks and concrete retaining 
walls at a cost of $3,133; a contract was also let for the 
erection of a sanitary and locker building and play- 
ground improvements at Rogers Park in Brighton for the 
sum of $12,341; a contract was let for the grading and 
surfacing of Smith's Pond playground in Hyde Park; 
this contract is partially completed at a cost of $9,587.84; 
land was purchased at North End in a very congested 
district on Morton and Stillman streets, for playground 
purposes, at a cost of $128,709; the contract for the 
development of Savin Hill playground and beach is 
incomplete, but there has been expended during the 
past year on this playground $98,229.89. The work on 
the Strand way and Old Harbor improvements, carried 
on under the direction of the Public Works Department, 
is still incomplete, but there has been expended during 
the past year $234,274.02. 



Park and Recreation Department. 3 

Considerable work has been done on various play- 
grounds in the Une of improvements, notedly at Cottage 
Street, East Boston, Marcella Street playground, Tyler 
Street playground in city proper and William Eustis 
playground in Roxbury. Ronan Park playground, under 
process of construction for many years, was completed, 
and there was expended for this $18,459. For various 
improvements on Boston Common the department 
expended 17,812; the improvements contemplated on 
Commonwealth avenue, between Massachusetts avenue 
and Charlesgate West, have been continued, and for this 
purpose there has been expended during the past year 
$41,308.07. 

It is desirable that the main parkways should all be 
treated with a permanent surface, as the cost of upkeep 
is very considerable, and the results obtained by patching 
are far from sati^actory. The drives that are in worst 
condition are located at portions of Jamaicaway and the 
Strandway, from Edward Everett square to Castle 
Island Bridge. 

No large improvements have been made at the Zoo 
during the present year, as money was not available for 
the erection of some needed buildings, and the walks 
connecting the various exhibits are very rough and 
unfitted for the extensive use made of them. 

The work of moth extermination continues as usual. 
We expect a severe infestation during the coming sum- 
mer by reason of the fact that the appropriation did 
not allow of the use of all of the sprajdng machines in 
the department during the past year. It is a serious 
mistake to neglect this work, as the cost of destruction 
increases rapidly when it is not properly attended to. 

The department rendered great assistance to the 
Public Safety Committee in the carrying on of the war 
gardens at FrankUn Park and other places, both in the 
park system and on land loaned for that purpose. 

Yours truly, 

James B. Shea, Chairman, 
John K. M. L. Farquhar, 
David Stoneman, 

Commissioners. 



4 City Document No. 22. 



REPORT OF GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OF 

BATHS. 



Boston, January 31, 1918. 

To the Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners, 
City of Boston: 

Gentlemen, — I beg to submit herewith the annual 
report of the recreation division of this department for 
the year 1917-18. 

The department has continued during the past year 
to fulfill its mission as a health giving and pleasure 
affording medium for the community. Its extensive 
equipment of gymnasia, bath houses, beaches and play- 
grounds has done much to contribute to the happiness 
of the people by imparting health. 

Its institutions are appreciated more and more each 
year and the dividends in health and pleasure that result 
by the installation of the playgrounds, gymnasia and 
bath houses in any community are immeasurable. 

The department can take justifiable pride in the com- 
pleteness of its facilities, and perhaps no city in the 
country affords a wider range of all-year-around activities 
than the Park and Recreation Department of this city. 

In addition to the above mentioned features, we can 
point with commendable pride to our tennis courts, 
skating fields, bowling greens, toboggan slides, speedway, 
golf links and cricket creases. 

The ever increasing number of our citizens demands 
that the upkeep of these institutions be steadily main- 
tained and increased, as far as the finances of the city 
will permit. 

A few of the important items of improvement which 
have been wrought this past year are as follows: 

Wood Island. 

A new sea wall has been constructed on the beach at 
Wood Island, which is a distinct improvement against 
the ravages of the winter tides, as well as affording a 
cleaner and more clearly defined area for bathing. 



Park and Recreation Department. 



North End Park. 
The new cement sea wall and steps which have been 
constructed along this beach have proved to be one of 
the best improvements that have been made in this 
section for years, and have eradicated the difficulties 
heretofore experienced by reason of the rain washing 
out the gulleys on the playground down on to the beach. 
The improvements, also, to the interior of the building 
situated in this popular resort have been a distinct boom 
to the local community. 

Savin Hill. 

The improvements now in operation of development 
at Savin Hill playground and beach, when finished, 
will result in one of the most up-to-date and popular 
centers of recreation and health throughout the entire 
city. The building itself will serve as a bath house in 
the summer and a field house during the fall and winter 
seasons, and the improvements made on the beach will 
afford the most extensive bathing area of any beach in 
the city. 

Tenean Beach. 

This popular bathing resort is now being provided 
with a new and up-to-date bath house and locker build- 
ing, which will be a monument to the city in this section, 
and when completed the popularity of this beach will 
be enhanced considerably. 

Roslindale. 
The new municipal building at Roslindale with its 
gymnasia and shower rooms will fill a long-felt want 
for the people of this section of the city, and situated in 
a growing community its usefulness will be felt imme- 
diately, and it adds another and beneficial unit to the 
already long list of municipal improvements. 

L Street. 
The past season at L street has witnessed extraordi- 
narily large gatherings, as in previous years, with little 
or no diminution of patronage owing to the absence 
of many boys and men in the service. The need of a 
more commodious and imposing structure to be built of 
reinforced concrete, or some similar durable material, 
has become more evident every year. 



6 City Document No. 22. 

During the past year the swimming meets and track 
meets for the boys and girls of the city resulted in many 
of our young learning to swim, which is one of the chief 
assets of life. The games were very popular and were 
participated in by a large number of competitors, who 
displayed a high grade of proficiency in the swimming 
meets and a distinct promise of virile manhood on the 
part of the boys competing in the track games. 

The policy of installing swimming pools in every 
section of the city should be carried out as far as possible. 
By this means we could have twelve months of bathing 
for every section of the city, and it would do much to 
develop the art of swimming among the school children 
during the school period. Last year three swimming 
pools were opened for the use of the children of the 
schools of the city every afternoon of the week, when 
cards were signed by the instructors of the various pools 
certifying to the proficiency of their applicants, in 
conformity with the regulations laid down by the school 
authorities. 

The department enlarged its field of usefulness in the 
present stirring times by cooperating with the local 
army and navy authorities, whereby the pools of the 
department were opened up to both branches of the 
service for their soldiers and sailors to learn to swim. 
The playgrounds, also, proved to be a mecca for many 
local army and navy posts, where the rank and file 
indulged in their favorite sports of football or baseball 
in their respective seasons. The same also applied to 
our gymnasia, where the soldiers and sailors took part 
in the gymnasia curriculum and played basketball and 
other indoor recreative or competitive games. The 
same policy will be adhered to and if possible enlarged 
upon this coming year. 

The department is frequently called upon by other 
civic bodies and private associations to enlist its coopera- 
tion, both as regards its personnel and equipment, for 
the furtherance of private or public activities which 
have for their end the improvement of the health and 
recreation of its members. Its sphere of usefulness in 
this regard has been most gratifying. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hugh C. McGrath, 

General Superintendent of Baths. 



Park and Recreation Department. 



REPORT OF PHYSICAL DIRECTOR. 



Boston, January 31, 1918. 

To the Commissioners of the Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment: 

Gentlemen, — In submitting a report for the year 
ending January 31, 1918, of the gymnasia and swimming 
pools, and the activities carried on therein under my 
supervision, I have for the first time in twenty-one 
years to note a decrease in the attendance instead of 
an increase over each succeeding year. 

This decrease was almost entirely among the men's 
classes and due almost wholly to the war conditions 
existent, though there was a decrease of almost twenty- 
five per cent in the young women's classes also, this 
being due to the fact that so many of this class are either 
out of the city during the war or employed evenings. 

Other classes, — for school children, working boys and 
mothers — are up to normal. 

We have one less gymnasium than last year (because 
it has been taken for Government purposes) . Otherwise 
the scope of our activities remains the same. 

I will review the various gymnasia and swimming 
pools briefly, and compare present conditions with those 
rendered in previous reports. 

Paris Street Gymnasium. 

Shortly after the opening of the season this building 
was taken over by the Government to be used by the 
militia, and is to remain under their control during the 
war. 

North Bennet Street Gymnasium. 

This gymnasium, like Paris Street (while not having 
actually been taken over by the Government), has been 
in almost constant use by the militia. 

Consequently, there has been no class work here 
during the season. 



City Document No. 22. 



Charlestown. 

This gymnasium still continues to meet the physical 
and recreative wants of the people of the district, and 
pursues approximately the same routine as in former 
years. 

South Boston. 

There has been a marked decrease here of both adult 
classes during the past season. 

The boys and girls classes, however, always very large, 
as pointed out in previous reports, still continue to be 
very large. 

As this building, too, is about to be taken for Govern- 
ment purposes, and South Boston with its 8,000 inhabi- 
tants left without a gymnasium of any kind, I would 
suggest that the equipment be transferred to the Ward 
15 Municipal Building in which the Park and Recreation 
Department already operates free public shower baths, 
which are used by about 2,500 people every week. 

In this building is a large, well lighted and ventilated 
hall which would make an ideal gymnasium, the building 
being located on the main thoroughfare in the heart of 
that district. 

I have in previous reports commented on the fact that 
the efficacy of the D Street building would be greatly 
augmented were it not for its isolated situation, and 
this real defect would be satisfactorily solved by the 
adoption of the change as indicated. 

Tyler Street Gymnasium. 

While the attendance here still remains light for the 
same reasons as noted heretofore — the character and 
nationalities of the population — the bathing is limited 
only by the capacity to accommodate. 

This is, of course, a step in the right direction, and a 
most important step. 

Harrison Avenue Gymnasium. 

Conditions here are unchanged from those before 
reported. 

The local accommodations and equipment preclude 
all hope of large adult classes. 

The children's classes are, however, still good as 
formerly. 



Park and Recreation Department. 



Cabot Street Gymnasium. 

Since the opening of the new and attractive ''gym" 
at Vine street (not far distant) there has been a marked 
decrease in all the classes at Cabot Street Gymnasium. 

This, I beheve, to be due partly to the remoteness of 
this building from the car line, which always seems to 
me to be a strong factor in determining the attendance 
and popularity of a given gymnasium. 

Curtis Hall. 

Of this gymnasium I reported last year that its ideal 
location and excellent equipment and accommodations, 
and its especially fine swimming pool, all combine to 
make it the ideal gymnasium of the department. 

Vine Street Gymnasium. 

This newest of our gymnasia has fulfilled the expecta- 
tions of its location on a main street and fine equipment 
and facilities and all the classes were well attended 
during the season. 

Columbia Road Gymnasium. 

Columbia Road still remains the banner gymnasium 
in attendance. 

Now in its fourteenth year its equipment gives evi- 
dence of the continuous and strenuous use it has had, 
and is sadly in need of replacement and repair. 

The pool still continues to draw large classes of women 
and children. As mentioned in last year's report, the 
men are not attracted there on account of its small size 
and shallow depth, it being only 25 feet long and 4 feet 
6 inches in depth. 



During the summer season the instructors are em- 
ployed at the various beaches as life guards and teachers 
of swimming, and part of the time are on the play- 
grounds. 

Swimming meets for boys and girls were held at all 
the beaches throughout the department, and a final 
meet was held at the Charles River Basin at the close of 
the season in which the winners of the various local 
races met in final competition. 



10 City Document No. 22. 

The total number of boys and girls competing in these 
swimming races was about five hundred. 

Athletic meets were also held at all the large play- 
grounds and a final meet held at Franklin Field in which 
the various local winners tested their ability. 

The total number of boys competing in the athletic 
meets was about seven hundred. 

Gold and silver medals were awarded at all preliminary 
meets, both athletic and swimming, and a superior 
quality of medals — gold, silver and bronze — was 
awarded the winners of the finals in both classes of sport. 

The total number of medals awarded in the swimming 
races was 292. 

The total number of medals awarded in the athletic 
races was 35. 

My thanks are due all the instructors for their effi- 
ciency and cooperation. 

Some very remarkable rescues occurred at the beaches 
during the summer, and the fact that there was not a 
single drowning accident speaks for the manner in 
which these men did their duty there. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James L. Walsh, 
Physical Director. 



Park and Recreation Department. 



11 



REPORT OF THE CURATOR OF THE ZOOLOGI- 
CAL GARDEN AND AQUARIUM. 



Boston, January 31, 1918. 

To John H. Dillon, John K. M. L. Farquhar and 
David Stoneman, Commissioners: 

Gentlemen, — I herewith submit the following report 
for year ending January 31, 1918: 

No new buildings erected, practically no changes made. 
The following animals and birds were donated during the 
year: 











Animals. 








4 Monkeys. 


5 Red Foxes. 




3 Bears, cub. 


2 Porcupines. 




Birds. 




1 Cockatoo. 


2 Parrakeets, Tovi. 




1 Cockateel. 


2 Pheasants, Silver. 




1 Canary. 


2 Pheasants, Golden. 




2 Gallinules. 


10 Parrots. 




1 Jay, Japanese. 


6 Owls. 




2 Jays, Blue. 


1 Swan. 




5 Macaws. 


1 Robin. 




1 Mocking Bird. 


2 Tanagers. 




1 Peacock. 






Animals 


ON Hand. 




Llamas .... 5 


Ocelot 


1 


Camel 






1 


Codi Munda 






1 


Elk . 






6 


Pumas 






2 


Taha Goat 






1 


Black Wolf 






1 


Fallow Deer 






4 


Gray Wolf 






1 


Common Deer 






4 


Coyote 






1 


Red Deer . 






1 


Porcupines . 






2 


Buffalo 








1 


Prairie Dog 






1 


Elephants 








3 


Red Foxes . 






4 


Bears . 








17 


Monkeys . 






12 


Raccoons 








14 




— 


Lions . 








5 


Total . 


89 


Hyena 








1 








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12 



City Document No. 22. 



Birds on Hand. 



Bulbul 






. 1 Owls . 






. 8 


Buzzards, Turkey 




2 Parrots 






. 24 


Bullfinch . 




1 Pigeons 






. 20 


Blackbirds 






2 Parrakeets 






34 


Casique 






1 Peacocks . 






6 


Cockatoos 






12 Pehcan 






1 


Cockateels 






4 Pheasants . 






30 


Conures 






3 Raven 








Cranes 






2 Robins 








Coots . 






1 Siskin 








Curassows 






2 Sparrows, Java 








Canaries . 






20 Swan . 








Cardinals . 






3 Stork . 








Ducks 






173 Starling . 








Dial Bird 






1 Thrush 








Doves 






22 Toucan . 








Finches 






25 Vultures . 






2 


Flycatchers 






2 Whydahs . 






3 


Gulls . . 






■ 3 Woodpeckers 






2 


Gallinules . 






2 Lora . 






1 


Geese . 






22 Skylarks . 






2 


Hawks 






6 Thrasher . 






1 


Jays . 






15 Tanager 






1 


Lorrikeet . 






1 Mocking Bird . 






1 


Linnet 






1 Eagle, Mexican 




1 


Macaws 






20 


Mynas 






2 Total . . . .508 


Magpie 






1 


Respectfully submitted, 


John T. Benson, 










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MAINTENANCE STATISTICS. 



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31 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1917, to Janu=> 
ary 31, 1918. 



Group and Item. 



Total Net 
Appro- 
priation. 



Total 
Expendi- 
tures. 



Balance 
Unexpended . 



A. Personal Service as per Schedule A: 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

2. Postage 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks. . . 
8. Light and power 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

12. Premium on surety bond 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care . . . 

15. Motorless vehicle repairs 

18. Cleaning 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

27. Testing materials and supplies . . . 

28. Expert and architect 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing, 

32. Towing 

39. General plant 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping 

42. Music, etc 



C. Equipment: 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles. . . . 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings. 



$619,725 48 

348 75 

2,124 50 

129 26 

471 10 

82 55 

1,069 43 

115 62 

37,370 80 

9,384 56 

3,807 99 

15 00 

2,083 80 

3,967 47 

66 95 

60 00 

8 00 

199 00 

1,314 50 

1,574 94 

25 00 

585 00 

16,060 64 

33 81 

10,666 75 

8,500 00 

100 00 

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348 75 

2,124 50 

129 26 

471 10 

82 55 

1,069 43 

115 62 

37,370 80 

9,384 56 

3,807 99 

15 00 

2,083 80 

3,967 47 

66 95 

60 00 

8 00 

199 00 

1,314 50 

1,574 94 

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585 00 

16,060 64 

33 81 

10,630 35 

8,488 80 
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3,475 68 



$355 34 



2 00 



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11 20 
19 00 
40 40 



Carried forward. 



$723,406 98 



$722,942 64 



$464 34 



32 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
the Segregated Budget from February 1, 1917, to Janu= 
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Gbodp and Item. 



Brought forward 

8. Educational and recreational. 

9. Office 

13. Tools and instruments 

14. Live stock 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 



D. Supplies: 

1. Office 

2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory. 

7. Veterinary 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet. . . . 

9. Educational and recreational. 

10. Agricultural 

11. Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants.. 

16. General plant 



E. Materials: 

1. Building 

9. Machinery 

10. Electrical 

12. Parks and recreational . 

13. General plant 



F. 



Special Items: 

7. Pensions and annuities 

11. Workingmen's compensation. 



12. Contracts for construction where 
money is derived from taxes as 
per Schedule B 



Totals. 



Total Net 
Appro- 
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$723, 



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300 00 
105 75 
116 11 
18 00 
650 00 
300 00 

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363 98 
,528 71 
,764 53 
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52 25 
,261 68 
419 02 
,372 87 
,647 12 
358 51 
,318 32 



9,294 95 

1,574 61 

855 53 

31,895 14 

1,183 53 

15,039 08 
3,425 39 

120,000 00 



Total 
Expendi- 
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277 40 

105 75 

4,116 11 

18 00 

5,635 09 

268 26 

2,416 35 

363 98 

31,528 71 

15,764 53 

8 68 

52 25 

6,261 68 

361 00 

3,372 87 

5,647 12 

325 22 

1,318 32 

9,294 95 

1,546 58 

855 53 

31,883 18 

1,183 53 

15,039 08 
3,425 39 

76,215 63 



$940,227 83 



Balance 
Unexpended. 



$464 34 
22 60 



14 91 
31 74 



41 32 



58 02 



33 29 



28 03 



11 96 



43,784 37 



$44,490 68 



Paek and Recreation Department. 



33 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
Under Schedule A. 

Personal Services from February 1, 1917, to January 31, 1918. 



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A 1 



Personal Services: 

Chairman 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief engineer 

Superintendent of baths 

Secretary and chief clerk 

Superintendent of street trees 
and moth work 

Clerks 

Clerks 

Bookkeeper and stenographer. . 

Bookkeeper and stenographer. . 

Stenographer 

Stenographers 

Stenographer 

Stenographers 

Collector 

Assistant curator 

Physical director 

Chief engineer (Aquarium) 

Foremen 

Foreman of mfechanics. ....... 

Foreman of mechanics 

Chief carpenter 

Wheelwright and wagon maker, 

Master mechanic 

Adviser on animals 

Draughtsman and rodman .... 

Transitmen 

Transitman 

Forester 

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«4,200 yr. 
$3,000 yr. 
$3,000 yr. 
$2,500-$2,600 yr. 

$1,800 yr. 
$1,200 yr. 
$1,100 yr. 
$1,200 yr. 
$780-$900 yr. 

$1,000 yr. 

$900-$l,000 yr. 

$900 yr. 

$800 yr. 

$l,000-$l,100yr. 

$1,800 yr. 
$l,400-$2,000yr. 

$1,500 yr. 
$l,400-$l,500yr. 
$1,100 yr.-$4 day. 

$3.25 day. 

$l,200-$l,300yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,100 yr. 

$l,100-$l,200yr. 

>3.50day-$l,200yr. 

$1,100 yr. 



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4,188 60 
2,991 56 
2,991 56 
2,568 34 

1,795 04 

2,396 52 

3,290 04 

1,196 52 

390 75 

996 84 

1,924 56 

709 66 

1,595 36 

1,062 12 

1,795 04 

1,787 20 

1,495 52 

14,603 18 

1.195 62 
1,024 00 
1,261 80 

1.196 52 
1,196 52 
1,196 52 

871 17 
3,912 27 
1,137 33 

894 82 



$5,000 00 
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2,991 56 
2,991 56 
2,558 34 

1,795 04 

2,396 52 

3,290 04 

1,196 52 

390 75 

996 84 

1,924 56 

709 66 

1,595 36 

1,062 12 

1,795 04 

1,787 20 

1,495 52 

14,603 18 

1.195 62 
1,024 00 
1,261 80 

1.196 52 
1,196 52 
1,196 52 

871 17 
3,912 27 
1,137 33 

894 82 



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$66,654 98 



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City Document No. 22. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
Under Schedule A — Continued. 



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Foresters 

Physical instructors 

Physical instructors 

Physical instructor 

Subf oremen 

Subforeman of mechanics. 

Chauffeurs 

Chauffeur 

Chauffeur 

Greenkeeper 

Animal man 

Bearkeeper 

Bearkeeper 

Blacksmith 

Blacksmiths 

Carpenters 

Carpenter 

Carpenters 

Head custodian 

Custodian 

Custodians 

Custodians 

Custodian 

Custodian 

Assistant custodian 

Assistant custodian 

Engineers 

Engineers 

Electrician 

Elephant attendant , 



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$l,000-$l,100yr. 

$l,100-$l,200yr. 

$l,000-$l,100yr. 

$720 yr. 

$1,100 yr. 

$1,100 yr.-$4 day. 

$21 wk. 

$3 day. 

$2.50-$3 day. 

$l,000-$l,100yr. 

$2.50-$3 day. 

$3.50 day. 

$2.50-$3 day. 

$3.50-$4 day. 

$3.25-$4 day. 

$3.50-$4 day. 

$3.25-$4 day. 

$3-$4 day. 

$1,200 yr. 

$1,200 yr. 

$3.50 day. 

$3 day. 

$3-$3.50 day. 

$18wk.-$3.50day. 

$2.75-$3 day. 

$2.50-$3 day. 

$3.50 day-$25 wk. 

$3 day-$25 wk. 

$3.50-$4.60 day 

$20 wk. 



$66,654 98 

2,124 24 
8,643 69 
2,373 45 
717 60 
5,483 40 

1.195 62 
10,690 29 

1,566 00 

882 00 
1,062 12 

882 00 
1,092 00 

882 00 
1,190 50 
2,304 00 
8,222 50 

637 25 
3,404 00 

111 03 

1.196 52 
7,878 25 
7,341 05 
1,064 25 
1,038 00 

909 00 

9,722 76 
6,869 00 
1,156 30 
1,040 00 



J66,654 98 

2,124 24 

8,643 69 

2,373 45 

717 60 

5,483 40 

1.195 62 
10,690 29 

1,566 00 

882 00 
1,062 12 

882 00 
1,092 00 

882 00 
1,190 50 
2,304 00 
8,222 50 

637 25 
3,404 00 

111 03 

1.196 52 
7,878 25 
7,341 05 
1,064 25 
1,038 00 

909 00 

9,722 76 
6,869 00 
1,156 30 
1,040 00 



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$158,333 80 



Park and Recreation Department. 



35 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
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1,025 50 

1,048 75 

7,170 00 

5,271 50 

1,014 00 

13,713 00 

1,038 00 

4,692 78 

7,460 23 

882 00 

828 00 

2,762 50 

1,092 00 

1,981 00 

1,038 00 

1,764 00 

15,738 00 

882 00 

1,746 00 

2,605 80 

2,511 00 

42,525 10 

1,411 00 

897 00 

692 00 

3,108 00 

48,050 10 

15,921 72 

438 00 


$158,333 80 


A 1. Personal Services- 


$18 wk. 

$3.50 day 

$3.25 day-$21 wk. 

$3 day-$21 wk. 

$3.50 day 

$3.25 day 

$3 day 

$3-$3.50 day 

$2.75-$3 day 

$2.50-$3 day 

$2.50-$3 day 

$3.50-$4 day 

$3.25 day 

$3.50 day 

$3.50 day 

$3-$3.50 day 
$2.75-$3 day 
$2.50-$3 day 
$2.50-$3 day 

$3 day 

$2.95-$3 day 

$2.75-$3 day 

$2.50-$3 day 

$3.50 day 

$900 yr. 

$14 wk. 

$12 wk. 

$10 wk. 

$10 wk.-$1.50 day 

$0.50 day 


936 00 




1,025 50 




1,048 75 




7,170 00 




5,271 50 


Gardener 


1,014 00 




13,713 00 




1,038 00 




4,692 78 




7,460 23 




882 00 


Gasolene engine operator 

Gasolene engine operators .... 
Harnessmaker 


828 00 
2,762 50 
1,092 00 




1,981 00 


Inspector of playgrounds and 


1,038 00 




1,764 00 


Janitors 


15,738 00 


Janitor and apparatus repairer, 

Life guards and helpers 

Life guards and helpers 

Life guards and helpers 

Life guards and helpers 


882 00 
1,746 00 
2,605 80 
2,511 00 
42,525 10 
1,411 00 




897 00 




692 00 




3,108 00 




48,050 10 




15,921 72 




438 00 








425 




$348,576 78 


$348,576 78 







36 



City Document No. 22. 



Classification of the Expenditures in the Segregated Budget Items 
Under Schedule A. — Concluded. 



Titles . 



^2 

C3 ft 



« ft 



Brought forward 

A 1. Personal Services: 



Advanced moth work inspec- 
tors. 



Moth destroj'Crs 

Moth destroyers. . . ' 

Moth destroyers 

Painters 

Painters .' 

Pianists 

Ironworker 

Pipefitter 

Plant cleaners 

Plumbers 

Powderman 

Rigger and apparatus repairer, 

Rodman 

Storekeeper 

Swimming instructors 

Swimming instructor 

Telephone operator 

Telephone operator 

Telephone operators 

Employees, mechanics, etc. . . . 

Employee, mechanic, etc 

Employee, mechanic, etc 

Employees, mechanics, etc. . . . 
Employees, mechanics, etc. . . . 
Head farmer 



425 



3 
6 
5 
7 
2 
9 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 

10 
1 
1 

26 

220 

1 



$3-$3.50 day 

S3 day 

$2.75-$3 day 

$2.50-$3 day 

$3.25-$4 day 

$3-$4 day 

$9 wk. 

$3.50-$4 day 

$3.60 day 

$10 wk. 

$3.50-$4 day 

$3.25-$3.75 day 

$2.75-$4 day 

$9 wk. 

$3 day 
$2.75-$3 day 
$2.50-$3 day 

$14 wk. 
fll.50-$13 wk. 

$10 wk. 

$3 day 
$2.95-$3 day 
$2.84-$3 day 
$2.75-$3 day 
$2.50-$3 day 
$3.50 day 



$348,576 78 

2,076 00 

1,977 00 

3,331 01 

4,626 50 

8,753 76 

1,962 00 

4,276 71 

1,086 00 

1,036 00 

1,040 00 

3,582 00 

1,110 37 

1,076 00 

375 00 

621 00 

3,414 30 

867 12 

728 00 

649 00 

1,040 00 

10,204 50 

930 60 

918 72 

23,706 28 

191,133 83 

728 00 



$348,576 78 

2,076. 00 

1,977 00 

3,331 01 

4,526 50 

8,763 76 

1,962 GO 

4,276 71 

1,086 00 

1,036 00 

1,040 00 

3,582 00 

1,110 37 

1,075 00 

375 00 

621 00 

3,414 30 

867 12 

728 00 

649 00 

1,040 00 

10,204 50 

930 60 

918 72 

23,706 28 

190,778 49 

728 00 



Totals 

Temporary employees. 
Unassigncd 



738 



$619,725 48 

348 75 

2,124 50 



$619,370 14 

348 76 

2,124 60 



Totals. 



$622,198 73 



21,843 39 



Park and Recreation Department. 37 

Classification of the Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appro- 
priation from February 1, 1917, to January 31, 1918. 

Adams street: 

Labor $64 55 

Teaming 2 00 

$66 55 

Algonquin square: 

Labor . $121 25 

Teaming 2 00 

Materials 8 00 

131 25 

Alvah Kittredge 'park: 

Labor $88 25 

Teaming 2 00 

90 25 

Arhorway: 

Labor : , 

Grounds $1,721 33 

Walks 304 90 

Roads 880 96 

Repairs ..... 29 51 

$2,936 70 

Materials : 

Grounds $87 48 

Roads 1,329 15 

Walks 6 70 

1,423 33 

Teaming . . ■ 726 25 

5,086 28 

Arnold Arboretum: 

Labor : 

Walks $2,115 92 

Roads 1,592 90 

Grounds . . . . . 801 25 

Attendants, building . . 501 00 

Repairs 46 00 

$5,057 07 

Materials : 

Roads $1,471 41 

Walks 857 60 

2,329 01 

Tools, hardware, etc 53 44 

Grass seed 15 00 

Teaming 424 51 

7,879 03 

Aquarium: 

Labor : 

Attendants .... $15,238 12 

Grounds 3,175 70 

Repairs 186 35 

Walks 101 00 

$18,701 17 

Fuel 3,801 97 

Feed 2,143 86 

Lighting 758 34 

Tools, hardware, etc. . . . . . 271 07 * 

Repair materials ' . . . . . . 235 07 

Miscellaneous materials 593 06 

Teaming . 186 25 

26,690 79 

Carried forward $39,944 15 



38 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $39,944 15 

Belmont square: 

Labor $798 50 

Teaming 56 00 

Materials 6 50 

861 00 

Berwick park: 

Labor $135 50 

Teaming 35 00 

Materials 1 50 

172 00 

Blackstone square: 

Labor $1,086 46 

Teaming 236 50 

Materials 102 86 

1,425 82 

Brighton square: 

Labor $152 00 

Teaming 18 00 

Materials 1 50 

171 50 

Boston Common: 

Labor : 

Grounds $12,925 72 

Convenience stations attend- 
ants 7,247 02 

Walks ..... 4,347 57 

Repairs ...... 1,660 56 

Moving trees .... 1,407 12 

Fences 77 00 

$27,664 99 

Teaming 3,079 69 

Materials: 

Walks $847 38 

Grounds 555 07 

Miscellaneous . . . 304 62 

1,707 07 

Tools, hardware, etc 599 25 

Repair materials 489 87 

Light 271 90 

Fuel 226 40 

34,039 17 

Bromley park: 

New fence, contractor W. A. Snow Iron 

Works Company (payments on account), $2,551 27 

Labor 339 63 

Materials 22 00 

Teaming 17 00 

■ 2,929 90 

Berners square: 

Labor $42 50 

Teaming 5 00 

47 60 

Camp Meigs: 

Labor $307 51 

Teaming 52 00 

Materials 4 50 

364 01 



Carried forward $79,955 05 



Paek and Recreation Department. 39 

Brought forward $79,955 05 

Carruth square: 

Labor $38 00 

Teaming 3 00 

41 00 

Cedar square: 

Labor $204 52 

Teaming - 20 00 

Materials 1 00 

. 225 52 

Central square: 

Labor $534 00 

Teaming 50 50 

Materials • . 36 52 

621 02 

Centre square: 

Labor $81 25 

Teaming . 5 00 

86 25 

City square: 

Labor $343 01 

Teaming 33 25 

376 26 

City Hall grounds: 

Labor $113 25 

Materials 4 00 

Teaming 3 00 

120 25 

Charlesbank: 

Labor: 

Attendants, building . . $5,624 87 

Grounds 2,467 59 

'Repairs 1,369 30 

Walks .maasKm 831 00 

■■■^ $10,292 76 

Fuel .... .«^"». 626 83 

Light 117 30 

Materials 42 14 

Teaming 238 00 

— 11,317 03 

Charlestown Heights: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,449 44 

Attendants, buildings . . 1,173 50 

Repairs 569 00 

Walks 534 66 

$3,726 60 

Fuel 97 50 

Materials, miscellaneous 57 26 

Light 63 26 

Teaming 52 25 

Tools, etc 18 14 

4,015 01 

Chestnut Hill park: 

Labor : 

Grounds $2,431 53 

Repairs 130 00 

Walks 107 00 

Roads 81 00 

$2,749 53 

Carried forward $2,749 53 $96,757 39 



40 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Teaming 
Materials . 
Tools, etc. . 

Columbia road: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Teaming 



Commonwealth avenue (main) : 
Labor : 

Grounds $3,570 65 

Roads 2,674 26 

Walks 720 88 

Repairs 145 00 

Teaming 

Materials : 

Roads $264 06 

Walks 223 20 

Grounds 188 00 

Tools, hardware, etc 

Miscellaneous materials 

Commonwealth avenue extension: 
Labor : 

Roads $5,387 93 

Grounds 2,662 13 

' Walks 228 84 

Sheet asphalt pavement, contractor. Central 
Construction Company (payments on 

account) 

Materials : 

Roads $3,512 75 

Walks 237 72 

Grounds 195 00 

Teaming 

Tools, hardware, etc 

Columbus square: 

Labor . . . . 

Teaming 



Concord square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 
Teaming 



Copley square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 



Dorchester park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 



1,749 53 

745 00 

72 62 

8 00 



$1,327 38 

1,676 39 

912 75 



57,110 79 
1,594 25 



675 26 

100 00 

35 50 



$8,278 90 
77,530 13 



3,945 47 

1,698 50 

104 00 



$176 83 
21 00 



$165 00 
56 96 
37 00 



$551 50 
7 00 



1,172 92 
43 00 
23 75 



5,757 39 



3,575 15 



3,916 52 



9,515 80 



91,557 00 



197 83 



258 96 



558 50 



Carried forward 



1,239 67 

. $207,576 82 



Park and Recreation Department. 41 



Brought forward 
Drohan square: 

Labor 

Teaming .... 
Materials .... 


$4,036 97 

2,075 89 

767 00 

734 00 

341 94 


$123 25 

14 00 

1 00 


$207,576 82 

138 25 

278 85 

168 54 
34 50 
61 00 


Eaton square: 

Labor 

Teaming .... 
Materials .... 


$234 35 
24 00 
20 50 


Elm Hill 'park: 

Labor ..... 
Teaming .... 
Materials .... 


$140 54 

20 00 

8 00 


Essex square: 

Labor 

Teaming 


$32 50 
2 00 


Edward Everett square: 
Labor . . . 
Teaming .... 


$54 00 
7 00 


Fens: 
Labor: 

Groimds .... 
Roads .... 
Attendants, building 
Walks .... 
Repairs, building . 


$7,955 80 

3,156 16 

2,261 50 

59 85 

49 50 


Materials : 

Roads .... 
Walks .... 
Grounds .... 


$2,456 72 
548 87 
150 57 




Teaming .... 
Fuel ..... 
Tools, hardware, etc. 




13,482 81 
72 50 

147 25 

705 11 
47 91 


Fern square: 

Labor 

Teaming .... 


$69 75 
2 75 


Florida street: 

Labor 

Teaming .... 
Materials .... 


$134 25 

12 00 

1 00 


Fort Hill square : 

Labor 

Teaming .... 
Materials .... 


$553 25 

140 00 

11 86 


Francis street: 

Labor 

Teaming .... 


$44 91 
3 00 






Carried forward 


$222,713 54 



42 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . $222,713 54 

Franklin park: 
Labor: 

Grounds $19,095 64 

Attendants, buildings . . 8,711 39 

Sports 4,009 14 

Herbaceous gardens . . 3,676 70 

Roads 3,550 34 

Repairs, buildings . . 2,573 05 

Walks 1,953 54 

New plantations . . . 1,067 36 

$44,637 16 

Teaming 6,105 08 

Materials: 

Roads $2,694 78 

Grounds 448 81 

Walks 109 12 

3,252 71 

Fuel 3,067 16 

Light 1,371 13 

Repair materials 1,172 22 

Tools, hardware, etc 804 20 



Franklin square: 

Labor . $1,076 35 

Teaming 229 00 

Materials .■....,.. 24 48 

Greenwood square: 

Labor $136 25 

Teaming 12 00 

Materials 1 00 



Greenhouses: 
Labor: 

Greenhouses and nurseries, $18,898 27 
Repairs to buildings . . 3,284 53 

$22,182 80 

Fuel 2,381 18 

Loam, sand, fertilizer, etc 2,091 03 

Lumber, glass, etc 1,161 30 

Teaming 958 50 

Tools, hardware, etc. ..... 525 19 

Light 69 90 

Hayes square: 

Labor $198 52 

Teaming 18 50 

Materials 1 00 

Harold square: 

Labor $107 85 

Teaming 5 00 

Materials 1 00 

Heath square: 

Labor $23 00 

Teaming 2 00 



60,409 66 



1,329 83 



149 25 



29,369 90 



218 02 



113 85 



25 00 
Carried forward $314,329 05 



Park and Recreation Department. 43 

Brought forward $314,329 05 

Highland park: 

Labor $480 75 

Materials 172 43 

Teaming 38 00 

691 18 

Horatio Harris square: 

Labor $433 45 

Teaming 45 00 

Materials 3 00 

■ 481 45 

Jackson square: 

Labor $177 25 

Teaming 5 50 

Materials 1 00 

183 75 

Independence square: 

Labor $919 97 

Teaming 155 00 

Materials 98 03 

1,173 00 

Lincoln square: 

Labor $246 44 

Teaming 17 00 

263 44 

Linwood park: 

Labor 95 85 

Long wood park: 

Labor $288 85 

Teaming 57 00 

Materials 1 00 

346 85 

Madison park: 

Labor $834 50 

Teaming 102 00 

Materials 7 50 

944 00 

Magnolia street: 

Labor ............ 35 72 

Massachusetts avenue: 

Labor $1,438 51 

Teaming 196 00 

Materials 31 10 

1,665 61 

Maverick square: 

Labor $413 00 

Teaming 28 00 

Materials 2 00 

443 00 

Marine park: 

Labor : 

Grounds $6,603 77 

• Repairs 2,444 49 

Walks 604 79 

Roads 303 41 

Attendants .... 170 40 

$10,126 86 

Carried forward $10,126 86 $320,652 90 



44 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $10,126 86 $320,652 90 

Materials : 

Grounds $699 62 

Walks 256 40 

956 02 

Repair materials 2,090 76 

Teaming 726 87 

Posts for balustrade lights .... 336 00 

Light 210 29 

14,446 80 

Meeting House Hill: 

Labor . . • $354 50 

Teaming 55 00 

Materials 3 00 

412 50 

Milton square: 

Labor $47 92 

Teaming 3 00 

50 92 

Mt. Bowdoin: 

Labor $263 00 

Teaming 13 00 

Materials 3 00 

279 00 

Oak View terrace: 

Labor $82 75 

Teaming 10 00 

Materials 1 00 

93 75 

Oak square: 

Labor $85 75 

Teaming 28 75 

114 50 

Park square: 

Labor 32 68 

Orchard park: 

Labor $851 35 

Teaming • 106 00 

Materials 8 00 

965 35 

Oiling roads: 

Labor $515 00 

Teaming . 140 00 

655 00 

Olmsted park: 
Labor : 

Grounds .... $8,218 57 

Roads 1,114 13 

Walks 474 55 

Repairs 296 84 

$10,104 09 

Removing ledge 995 00 

Materials : 

Grounds $531 89 

Walks 319 96 851 85 

Teaming 1,488 41 

Light 60 50 

13,499 85 

Carried forward $351,203 25 



Park and Recreation Department. 



45 



Brought forward 
Peabody square: 
Labor . 



Putnam square: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 



$313 00 
6 00 
1 00 



Prescott square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 



Richardson square: 
Labor . 
Materials . 



$241 00 
1 00 


$172 03 
1 00 



Rutland square: 



Labor 




$129 00 


Teaming 




26 00 


Materials 




1 00 


Public Garden: 




Labor: 






Groimds 


$11,048 33 




Walks 


4,389 56 




Attendants, convenience 






station .... 


1,055 50 




Repairs 


729 22 


$17,222 61 






Materials : 






Grounds 


$821 57 




Walks 


1,025 34 


1,846 91 


Tools, hardware, etc. 




512 50 


Teaming 




374 00 


Repair materials 




184 15 


Fuel, convenience station 




29 75 


Light, convenience station 




8 80 


Riverway: 




Labor: 






Groimds 


$2,268 19 




Roads 


1,244 76 




Walks 


279 52 




Attendants, building . 


685 50 




Repairs, building . 


134 50 


$4,612 47 






Materials : 






Roads 


$709 23 




Grounds 


51 80 


761 03 
661 84 


Teaming 




Fuel 




282 20 


Light 




36 05 


Tools, hardware, etc. 




19 91 



Savin Hill park: 
Labor . 
Teaming 
Materials . 



$793 50 

79 00 

8 24 



,203 25 
89 62 



320 00 



242 00 



173 03 



156 00 



20,178 72 



6,373 50 



880 74 



Carried forward 



379,616 86 



46 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $379,616 86 

Seaver street: 

Labor $109 26 

Teaming 3 00 

112 26 

Soldiers Monument lot: 

Labor $86 25 

Teaming 7 00 

93 25 

Sparhawk square: 

Labor $152 25 

Teaming 30 75 

Materials 1 00 

184 00 

Spaulding square: 

Labor $25 00 

Teaming 2 00 

27 00 

St. Stephen square: 

Labor $44 00 

Teaming 9 00 

53 00 

Sullivan square: 

Labor: 

Groimds . . . . . $363 65 

Grounds ..... 76 00 

$439 65 

Teaming 25 25 

Materials 19 50 

484 40 

Strandway: 

Labor: 

Groimds $3,483 55 

Roads . . . . . 1,644 56 

Attendants, building . . 438 97 

Repairs ..... 344 08 

Walks 307 60 

$6,218 76 

Teaming 1,139 50 

Materials: 

Roads $82 27 

Grounds 364 00 

446 27 

Light 95 70 

Repair materials 95 00 

Fuel 82 55 

Tools, hardware, etc 65 57 

8,143 35 

Tremlett square: 

Labor $177 50 

Teaming 9 00 

Materials 8 00 

194 50 

Thomas park: 

Labor $693 18 

Teaming 36 50 

Materials 11 00 

740 68 

Carried forward $389,649 30 



Park and Recreation Department. 47 

Brought forward $389,649 30 

Union park: 

Labor $476 85 

Teaming 73 00 

Materials 7 00 

556 85 

Vose square: 

Labor $30 00 

Teaming 3 00 

33 00 

Walnut park: 

Fence repairs $345 00 

Labor 147 76 

Teaming 5 00 

Materials ........ 4 50 

502 26 

Waltham square: 

Labor $71 85 

Teaming 18 00 

Materials 1 00 

90 85 

Warren square: 

Labor $99 62 

Teaming 22 00 

Materials 1 00 

122 62 

Washington park: 

Labor $1,445 45 

Teaming 184 00 

Materials Ill 73 

1,741 18 

Webster square: 
Labor 26 00 

Wellesley park: 

Labor $275 85 

Teaming 44 00 

Materials 10 00 

329 85 

West Roxbury way: 

Labor -. 1,038 77 

Williams square: 

Labor , $35 32 

Teaming ° 4 00 

39 32 

Winihrop square: 
Labor : 

Grounds $473 57 

Fence repairs . . . . 72 00 

$545 57 

Teaming 113 25 

Materials 11 30 

670 12 

Wolcott square: 

Labor $77 25 

Teaming 7 00 

84 25 

Carried forward $394,884 37 



48 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Worcester square: 
Labor : 
Grounds . 
Fence repairs 



$394,884 37 



$340 50 
72 00 



Teaming 
Materials 



Wood Island -park: 
Labor : 

Grounds .... 

Attendants 

Repairs .... 

Teaming .... 

Fuel 

Tools, hardware, etc. 

Light 

Materials used on grounds 
Materials used on repairs 

Zoological Gardens: 
Labor : 

Attendants 
General work 
Building repairs 
Zoo grounds . 
Zoo walks 
Greeting . 



Feed . 

Teaming 

Fuel . 

Materials: 
Grounds 
Repairs 



^5,958 73 

1,777 68 

898 07 



Miscellaneous materials 

Veterinary 

Light 



$22,186 49 

13,843 00 

3,007 45 

1,656 54 

235 63 

178 35 



$34 70 
1,972 83 



$412 50 

153 00 

18 20 



5,634 48 

513 50 

488 84 

146 35 

91 51 

60 73 

39 60 



541,107 46 

11,333 71 

2,198 75 

1,329 95 



2,007 53 
675 41 
251 05 
205 20 



583 70 



9,975 01 



Total 



59,109 06 
$464,552 14 



PLAYGROtTNDS. 

Ashmont: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,326 34 

Attendants .... 757 25 

Repairs 70 00 

$2,153 59 

Fuel 78 75 

Materials 67 01 

Teaming 56 00 

Light 7 41 

S2,362 76 

Carried forward $2,362 76 



Pakk and Reckeation Department. 



Brought forward 
Billings Field: 
Labor: 
Grounds . 
Attendants 
Grading . 
Repairs . 



Copp's Hill Terraces: 
Labor: 

Attendants 
Grounds . 
Walks . 
Repairs . 



1,176 92 
697 00 
214 87 
125 60 



Teaming 

Materials ........ 

Light .......... 

Charlestown: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $1,260 06 

Grounds 1,304 56 

Repairs 78 00 

Materials 

Teaming 

Fuel 

Light 

Carolina Avenue: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... |1,160 33 

Grounds 155 84 

Grading 96 48 

Repairs 66 94 

New flagpole 
Materials . 
Fuel . 
Teaming 
Light . 

Columbus Avenue: , 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $1,295 92 

Grounds 1,091 66 

Repairs . ,. . . . 311 85 

Fuel . .- 

Teaming . . . . . 

Materials 

Light 

Commonioealth Park: 

Labor 

Teaming 

Materials 



$732 51 

692 70 

239 00 

54 25 



2,214 39 

102 50 

77 02 

14 35 



2,642 62 

445 91 

143 25 

98 10 

25 50 



1,479 59 

200 00 

147 45 

47 50 

15 00 

9 00 



2,699 43 

175 55 

173 50 

151 89 

68 70 



L,182 48 
26 50 
18 00 



L,718 46 



49 

$2,362 76 



2,408 26 



3,355 38 



1,898 54 



3,269 07 



1,226 98 



Carried forward 



L,718 46 $14,520 99 



50 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $1,718 46 $14,520 99 

Materials 77 98 

Teaming 44 25 

Light 29 26 

1,869 95 



Hyde Park: 

Labor $228 08 

Teaming 37 00 

Materials 5 00 



Gibson Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,422 65 

Attendants .... 685 00 

Repairs 164 27 

$2,271 92 



270 08 



Cottage Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,497 79 

Attendants .... 429 00 

Repairs 91 08 

$2,017 87 

Miscellaneous materials 89 06 

Materials for repairs 52 68 

Teaming 81 00 

Fuel 9 65 

2,250 26 

Fellows Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,089 00 

Attendants . . . . 631 00 

$1,720 00 

Materials 55 00 

Fuel 49 50 

Teaming 15 00 

Light 9 00 

First Street: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $1,312 29 

Grounds 1,239 65 

Repairs . . . . . 360 15 

$2,912 09 

Fuel 376 80 

Teaming 62 75 

Materials 57 85 

Light 53 50 

' 3,462 99 

Forest Hills: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,208 00 

Attendants .... 650 50 

$1,858 50 

Materials 89 09 

Teaming 84 25 

Fuel 40 50 

Light 7 70 



1,848 50 



2,080 04 



Carried forward $2,271 92 $26,302 81 



Park and Recreation Department. 51 

Brought forward $2,271 92 $26,302 81 

Materials for repairs 212 47 

Teaming 79 50 

Miscellaneous materials 78 75 

Fuel 59 40 

Light 14 80 



Franklin Field: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $2,564 43 

Grounds 1,454 40 

Repairs 317 78 

Nursery 272 39 

$4,609 00 

Teaming 1,041 64 

Materials : 

Grounds $422 53 

Repairs 206 40 

Miscellaneous ... 90 00 

718 93 

Fuel 610 05 

One tower clock 325 00 

Light 116 30 



Marcella Street: 
Labor: 
Attendants .... $1,247 95 

Grounds 1,184 04 

Repairs 904 84 



John Winthrop: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,214 29 

Attendants .... 90 73 

$1,305 02 

Fuel 47 50 

Materials 42 00 

Teaming 42 00 



$3,336 


83 


230 00 


143 


15 


88 


50 


81 


24 


71 80 



Fuel 

Miscellaneous materials 

Teaming 

Repair materials 

Light 

Mystic: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $974 52 

Grounds 748 87 

Repairs 422 20 

Grading 73 27 

$2,218 86 

Materials 157 32 

Fuel 57 75 

Teaming 35 75 

Light 4 02 



2,716 84 



7,420 92 



1,436 52 



3,951 52 



2,473 70 



Carried forward $44,302 31 



52 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $44,302 31 

Neponset: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,011 74 

Attendants .... 169 01 

$1,180 75 

Materials 46 00 

Teaming 3 50 

Norfolk Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $1,083 36 

Attendants . . . . 611 00 

Repairs 84 80 

Grading 59, 72 

$1,838 88 

Fuel 132 08 

Materials 53 00 

Teaming 44 00 

Light 19 70 



North Brighton: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $1,187 00 

Grounds 1,032 69 

Repairs 192 09 



2,411 78 



Fuel • 188 22 

Teaming . 170 25 

Miscellaneous materials 165 18 

Repair materials 88 18 



Orient Heights: 

Labor $694 50 

Materials 29 00 

Teaming 22 50 



Paris Street: 

Labor $346 03 

Teaming . 6 00 

Materials 5 00 



Parker Hill: 

Labor $714 36 

Materials 33 00 

Teaming 3 00 



Prince Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,047 53 

Attendants .... 562 50 

Repairs 60 50 

$1,670 53 

Materials 69 10 

Teaming 57 50 

Light 18 00 



1,230 25 



2,087 66 



3,023 61 



746 00 



357 03 



750 36 



1,815 13 



Carried forward $54,312 35 



Pakk and Recreation Department. 53 

Brought forward $54,312 35 

Randolph Street: 
Labor : 

Grounds $1,149 30 

Attendants .... 626 00 

Repairs 80 00 

$1,855 30 

Materials 73 17 

Fuel 47 50 

Teaming 41 00 

Light 19 05 

2,036 02 

Rogers Park: 

Labor : 

Grounds $750 01 

Attendants . . . • . 93 75 

Repairs 74 56 

$918 32 

Teanaing 157 00 

Materials 32 00 

1,107 32 

Ronan Park: 

Labor : 

Grounds $4,098 19 

Grading and drainage . . 2,850 56 

Attendants .... 317 53 

Repairs 277 62 

Seats 211 00 

$7,754 90 

Materials: 

Grounds $1,038 49 

Repairs 82 42 

Miscellaneous supplies . 48 22 

1,169 13 

Teaming 446 50 

Fuel 164 28 

Light 7 50 

9,542 31 

Roslindale: 

Labor : 

Grounds $1,135 77 

Attendants . . . . 612 00 

Grading 178 02 

Repairs 56 00 

$1,981 79 

Materials 92 86 

Teaming 49 50 

Fuel . 40 50 

Light 5 79 

2,170 44 

Ripley: 

Labor . . . $739 36 

Materials 10 00 

Teaming 3 00 

752 36 

Rutherford Avenue: , 

Labor : 

Attendants .... $979 70 

Grounds 747 87 

Repairs 218 93 

$1,946 50 

Carried forward ...... $1,946 50 $69,920 80 



54 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $1,946 50 $69,920 80 

Fuel 200 47 

Materials 94 85 

Teaming 6 00 

Light 2 10 

2,249 92 

Savin Hill: 

Labor : 

Grading . . . . . $873 96 

Grounds . . . . . 149 55 

$1,023 51 

Materials 49 20 

Teaming 47 50 

1,120 21 

Strandway: 

Labor : 

Attendants .... $1,686 49 
- Grounds 1,023 83 

Repaiirs 108 00 

$2,818 32 

Fuel 227 44 

Materials 122 64 

Light . 71 90 

Teaming 9 75 

3,250 05 

AUston: 

Labor . . 83 00 

Ward 19: 
Labor: 

Grading . . . . ' . $1,124 56 

Grounds 1,746 86 

Attendants . ... 140 00 

Repairs 50 00 

$3,061 42 

Two flagpoles . 620 00 

Materials: 

Grounds $332 31 

Repairs . . . . . 119 81 

Miscellaneous supplies . 30 00 

482 12 

Teaming 62 00 

Fuel 47 50 

Light 1 50 

4,274 54 

West Fifth Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $562 26 

Attendants .... 494 21 

Repairs 10 25 

$1,066 72 

Materials 57 43 

Light 47 60 

Teaming . 10 75 

1,182 50 

West Third Street: 
Labor: 

Grounds $574 54 

Attendants . . . - . 488 21 

Repairs . . . . . 22 25 

• $1,085 00 

Carried forward $1,085 00 $82,081 02 



Park and Recreation Department. 55 

Brought forward $1,085 00 $82,081 02 

Light 65 78 

Materials 46 71 

Teaming 16 00 

1,213 49 

William Eustis: 

Labor: 

Grounds $1,129 65 

Attendants .... 585 15 

Repairs 78 19 

$1,792 99 

Fuel 81 75 

Materials 49 02 

Teaming 31 00 

Light 10 00 

1,964 76 

Morton Street: 

Labor 55 20 

Crown path: 

Teams $18 00 

Labor 8 60 

26 60 

Tyler Street: 

Materials $138 57 

Labor . . . 90 86 

229 43 

Portsmouth Street: 

Labor $107 50 

Teaming 14 50 

Materials 5 00 

127 00 

Total $85,697 50 

Gymnasia, 
Ward 4: 
Labor: 
Attendants .... $2,778 62 
Repairs Ill 50 

$2,890 12 

Materials . . . . ... . 86 35 

$2,976 47 

Ward 5: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $2,202 25 
Repairs 26 00 

$2,228 25 

Materials 78 56 

2,306 81 

Ward 6: 

Labor: 

Attendants .... $2,412 79 
Repairs 51 67 

$2,464 46 

Materials 226 91 

Fuel ; 102 10 

Light 81 52 

2,874 99 

Carried forward $8,158 27 



56 C[TY Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $8,158 27 

Ward 12: 

Labor and attendants $2,893 59 

Materials 88 75 

2,982 34 

Ward 17: 

Labor and attendants $4,201 81 

Materials 196 03 

4,397 84 

D Street: 

Labor: 

Attendants .... $3,884 64 
Repairs . . . . . 518 96 

$4,403 60 

Fuel 473 53 

Repair materials 235 48 

Light 201 63 

Miscellaneous materials 199 00 

5,513 24 

Cahot Street: 

Labor: 

Attendants .... $6,773 58 
Repairs . . . . . 614 02 

$7,387 60 

Fuel 922 79 

Light 411 81 

Miscellaneous materials 341 02 

Repair materials 62 58 

9,125 80 

Curtis Hall: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $3,529 12 
Repairs 50 00 

$3,579 12 

Repair materials 186 63 

Miscellaneous materials 183 07 

3,948 82 

North Bennet Street: 

Labor : 

Attendants .... $4,702 99 
Repairs 780 82 

$5,483 81 

Fuel 970 50 

Light 377 17 

Repair materials 226 52 

Miscellaneous materials . . . . . 143 38 

Teaming 5 00 

7,206 38 

East Boston: 

Labor: 

Attendants .... $6,652 27 
Repairs 715 34 

$7,367 61 

Fuel 782 89 

Light 526 53 

Miscellaneous materials 332 19 

Repair materials 250 07 

9,259 29 

Total $50,591 98 



Park and Recreation Department. 57 

Baths and Beaches. 
Cabot street: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $7,201 34 

Repairs 815 07 

$8,016 41 

Fuel 1,756 23 

Repair materials 818 26 

Towels and bathing suits .... 625 00 

Light 619 47 

Miscellaneous materials 404 55 



B4,114 


27 


5,700 00 


631 


61 


604 00 


90 


80 


19 


80 



Curtis Hall: 

Labor and attendants . . . . . $5,278 81 

Towels and suits 625 00 

Miscellaneous materials 295 20 

Repair materials 65 64 

Dewey Beach: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $3,806 94 
Repairs 307 33 

Grading 

Miscellaneous materials 

Towels and suits 

Light 

Fuel . . . ■ 

Dover street: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $13,240 33 

Repairs 1,174 87 

$14,415 20 

Equipment and miscellaneous materials . 2,204 35 

Repair materials 528 53 

Fuel 502 18 

Light 217 52 

Teaming 18 00 

Freeport street: 
Labor : 

Attendants . . . . $1,193 79 
Repairs 65 21 

$1,259 00 

Rent . '. 500 00 

Towels and suits Ill 00 

Miscellaneous materials 103 50 

Light 14 40 

McKenzie Beach: 

Labor $48 95 

Teaming • 22 00 

Tenean Beach: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $1,914 83 

Repairs 144 02 

Grading 31 06 

$2,089 91 



$12,239 92 



6,264 65 



11,160 48 



17,885 78 



1,987 90 



70 95 



Carried forward $2,089 91 $49,609 68 



58 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $2,089 91 $49,609 68 

Towels and suits 236 85 

Miscellaneous materials . . . . . 184 25 

Teaming 3 00 



L street: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $15,686 40 

Repairs 1,336 09 

Drainage .... 169 22 

$17,191 71 

Towels and suits 1,498 00 

Miscellaneous materials 1,408 33 

Sand for beach 369 50 

Light 320 41 

Repair materials 211 20 

Fence repairs 195 50 

Fuel 83 70 

Teaming 80 50 



North Bennet street: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $6,871 51 
Repairs . . . . . 746 85 

$7,618 36 

Fuel 1,972 38 

Equipment and miscellaneous materials . 1,178 61 

Light 569 78 

Repair materials 209 15 

North End: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $8,102 62 
Repairs . . . . . 578 14 

Grading and drainage . . 448 55 

Pier repairs .... 76 79 

Fence repairs .... 45 20 

$9,251 30 

Towels and suits 680 00 

Miscellaneous materials 555 36 

Light 409 55 

Fuel 293 85 

Repair materials 93 10 

Teaming 57 50 

Savin Hill: 
Labor : 

Removing bath house . . $422 39 

SeawaU 150 58 

Attendants 102 67 

Grading 75 52 

$751 16 

Miscellaneous materials 185 31 

Teaming 10 00 

Wood Island: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $2,040 15 

Repairs 24 00 

$2,064 15 



2,514 01 



21,358 85 



11,548 28 



11,340 66 



946 47 



Carried forward $2,064 15 $97,317 95 



Park and Recreation Department. 59 

Brought forward $2,064 15 $97,317 95 

Towels and suits 196 00 

Miscellaneous materials 167 68 

Light 18 05 

2,445 88 

D street showers: 
Labor : 

Attendants .... $4,779 64 

Repairs 438 88 

$5,218 52 

Equipment and miscellaneous materials . 1,215 60 

Fuel 821 32 

Light 299 84 

Repair materials 100 70 

7,655 98 

East Boston showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants .... $6,863 69 
Repairs 845 23 

$7,708 92 

Fuel 1,072 99 

Light 802 69 

Equipment and miscellaneous materials . 652 32 

10,236 92 

Ward 4 showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants _ . . $2,497 82 

Equipment and misceUaneous materials . 203 60 

2,701 42 

Ward 5 showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants ^ . . $2,316 99 

Equipment and miscellaneous materials . 203 60 

2,520 59 

Ward 6 showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants . . . . $2,176 48 
Repairs 108 40 

$2,284 88 . 

Fuel 234 56 

Equipment and misceUaneous materials . 227 26 

Light 114 96 

2,861 66 

Ward 10 showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants ....... $6,847 71 

Equipment and misceUaneous materials . 333 40 

. . ..— 7,181 11 

Ward 12 showers: 
Labor: ... 

Attendants . . $3,869 35 

Equipment and misceUaneous materials . 257 20 

4,126 55 

Ward 17 showers: 
Labor: 

Attendants . . $3,791 62 

Equipment and misceUaneous materials . 272 36 

4,063 98 

Carried forward . . . $141,112 04 



60 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $141,112 04 

Floating Baths. 

Cliarlesbanh: 
Labor : 

Attendants . . . . . . . $897 07 

Towels and suits 75 00 

Miscellaneous materials 81 90 

1,053 97 

Dover street: 

Labor : 

Attendants $685 65 

Towels and suits 365 00 

Miscellaneous materials 246 74 

r. ^ ^ 1,297 39 

East Boston Wharf: 

Labor : 

Attendants $315 48 

Rent 800 00 

,. :■ I'llS 48 

Meridian street: 
Labor: 

Attendants $762 13 

Towels and suits 60 00 

Miscellaneous materials 47 00 

^ 869 13 

Warren Bridge: 
Labor : 

Attendants $774 00 

Towels and suits 60 00 

Miscellaneous materials . . . . . 54 55 

888 55 

General repairs for baths: 

Labor $6,469 62 

Miscellaneous materials 814 46 

Towing 384 75 

Iron 232 55 

Paint . . . . 195 30 

Fuel 32 25 

8,128 93 

Laundries: 
Labor: 

Attendants $18,776 86 

Fuel 5,659 46 

Repair materials 1,560 56 

Miscellaneous materials 602 30 

26,599 18 

Randidge Fund: 
Labor: 

Attendant 162 00 

Total $181,226 67 

General Expenses. 
Salaries: 

Chairman . . $5,000 00 
Deputy Commis- 
sioner . . 4,188 60 
Superintendent of 

baths . . 2,991 56 

Carried forward, $12,180 16 



Park and Recreation Department. 61 

Brought forward, $12,180 16 
Secretary . . 2,558 34 

Physical director, 1,787 20 

$16,525 70 

Clerical hire 12,724 40 

Pensions . . . . . . 14,739 08 

Annuity 300 00 

War pay roU 1,583 26 

Labor, repairing office building . 100 50 



Rent 

Telephone service 

Printing 

Expert services 

Traveling expenses 

Miscellaneous office expenses .... 

Stationery . . : 

Postage 

Light 

Fuel 

Advertising 

Laundry 

Repairs to office 

Messenger service 

Stahles: 
Labor: 

Hostlers $3,369 54 

Wagon repairs . . . 1,773 82 

Shoeing . . . . . 659 78 

Harness repairs . . . 513 32 

■ $6,316 46 

Hay, grain and straw 2,290 53 

Wagons and repairs 405 19 

Shoeing and materials 223 00 

Veterinary 50 90 

Miscellaneous materials 17 81 



15,972 94 


2,505 


99 


1,951 


12 


1,528 


59 


1,522 


94, 


973 80 


701 


20 


518 29 


498 


21 


420 


60 


311 


31 


82 


55 


60 


00 


^1 


79 


134 50 




— $57,233 83 



Street trees: 

Labor $10,283 79 

Teaming 1,087 00 

Materials 14 52 



Miscellaneous work done for other departments: 

Labor $747 80 

Teaming . 56 75 



Suppression of moths: 
Labor : 

Public grounds . . . $10,882 43 
Private estates . . . 8,466 81 

Assessors' clerk . . . 288 75 

$19,637 99 

Materials 5,878 60 

Teaming 2,971 50 

Automobile maintenance .... 735 12 

Sprayer repairs 441 58 

Printing 160 84 

Traveling expenses 103 35 



9,303 89 



11,385 31 



804 55 



Carried forward $29,928 98 $78,727 58 



62 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $29,928 98 

Postage 91 24 

Stationery 14 18 

Automobiles: 

Chauffeurs $9,314 78 

Repairs on cars .... 4,056 21 

$13,370 99 

Three automobiles (2 run- 
abouts and 1 touring car) . $905 05 

One motor truck . . . 3,000 00 

3,905 05 

Maintenance 12,882 78 



$78,727 58 
30,034 40 



30,158 82 
$138,920 80 



Celebrations and Entertainments. 
Labor: 
Musicians, band concerts . $8,028 90 
Bandstands .... 1,307 05 

Christmas tree , . . . 331 61 



Christmas tree: 

Electric wiring and installing 

lights $1,622 20 

Furnishing and erecting cables, 425 00 

Setting up pole .... 48 53 

Teaming . . . . . 

Lighting stands 

Medals and badges 

Decorating stands 

Lumber 

Hardware 

Renting palms 

Wreaths 

Erecting tent . . . . 

Lantern 



),667 56 



2,095 73 

555 00 

382 25 

361 00 

122 00 

86 00 

82 77 

35 00 

25 00 

20 00 

2 00 



$13,434 31 



Conservation of Food — Work Done on War Gardens. 



Labor 
Teaming 



Summary 

Parks and gardens 

Playgrounds . 

Gymnasia 

Baths and beaches 

General expenses . 

Celebrations and entertainments 

Conservation of food — war gardens 



5,739 43 
65 00 



,552 14 

85,697 50 

50,591 98 

181,226 67 

138,920 80 

13,434 31 

5,804 43 



$5,804 43 



$940,227 83 



Park and Recreation Department. 63 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
February I, 1917, to January 31, 1918. 

Birds, etc.: 

Cub lions, Louis Denny • $250 00 

Birds, Loms Ruhe 57 00 

Birds, Gustave Sebille 5 00 

Birds, Ida O. Folsom 5 00 

Expense of collecting 550 00 

Express 123 80 

$990 80 

Boston Common, Seats at Bandstand: 

Chairs, Swift & McNutt Company ..... 2,160 00 

Carolina Avenue Playground: 

Payments on account: 
Grading and completing, contractor, Walter 

F. Pitts $2,444 73 

Fence, W. A. Snow Iron Works Company . 460 04 

Building repairs 36 00 

2,940 77 

Commonwealth avenue, between Arlington street and Brookline 

avenue: 
Labor 95 90 

Commonwealth avenue, between Massachusetts avenue and 
Charlesgate West: 

Payments on account: 
Commonwealth avenue improvements, con- 
tractor, James A. Sulhvan .... $39,804 90 

Labor 1,124 72 

Architect, Arthur Shurtleff .... 283 80 

Typewriting 48 00 

Stationery 36 08 

Hardware 10 57 



Convenience Stations, City square and at or near Park square: 

Completion of payments: 
Convenience station on Common, contractor, 

M. S. KeUiher _ $4,437 60 

Architect, G. Henri Desmond . . . 131 15 

Fuel 7 00 

Fens improvements: 

Labor $251 70 

Printing 69 28 

FertiHzer 40 00 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 13 55 

Franklin Park, Greeting, etc.: 

Payments on account: 
Colimms and fence, contractor, Cambridge 

Cement Stone Company .... $16,915 00 

Architect, Fisher, Ripley & BoutiUier . . 2,042 74 

Models, John Evans & Company . . . 353 00 

Labor 95 91 



41,308 07 



4,575 75 



374 53 



19,406 65 
Carried forward . $71,852 47 



64 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $71,852 47 

John Winthrop Playground: 

Sanitary building and shelter, contractor, 

R. A. Bossi Company $11,400 74 

Labor 474 3Q 

Typewriting 31 20 

Hardware 33 54 

Stationery 2 90 

11,942 74 

Marine Park, Tennis courts, etc.: 

Showers at Aquarium, contractor, Kelley & 

Gaffey $3,095 00 

Tennis court inclosure, W. A. Snow Iron 

Works Company 971 75 

Typewriting 4 80 

4,071 55 

North End Park and pier: 

Repairs to building, contractor, M. S. 

KelUher $4,893 00 

Fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron Works 

Company 2,292 90 

Walks, contractor, Warren Brothers Com- 
pany 1,922 94 

Grading, sea wall and grandstand, con- 
tractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
(completion of payments) .... $753 50 

Typewriting 36 50 

Hardware 18 82 

9,917 66 

Park, Dorchester Center: 

Land, Mary F. V. HaU $14,000 00 

Land, Fred L. and Herbert Carter . . 8,904 86 

Expert service, John Beck .... 300 00 

23,204 86 

Park and Playground, Allston: 

Landscape architect, Olmsted Brothers .... 26 40 

Playground accommodations, Ward 19: 

Grading, drainage, loam, walks and wall, 
contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany (completion of payments) . . . $17,787 96 

Fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron Works 

Company 2,370 98 

Fence, Boston Iron Company ... 941 04 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor, M. 

S; KelUher (completion of payments) . 2,741 02 

Architect, G. Henri Desmond . . . 245 76 

Landscape architects, Olmsted Brothers . 10 25 

Fuel 6 75 

24,103 76 

Playground, Hyde Park: 

Hardware $14 95 

Typewriting 3 00 

17 95 

Playground, Mozart and Bolster streets: 

Land, Louise V. Burkhardt • 13,700 00 

Carried forward • • • $158,837 39 



Park and Recreation Department. 65 

Brought forward $158,837 39 

Playground, Parker Hill: 

Grading, stairways, walks and drainage, 
contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company $21,180 25 

. Labor 882 39 

Landscape architects, Olmsted Brothers . 704 42 
Drains, Barbour Stockwell . $209 00 
Drains, Gibby Foundry Com- 
pany 68 92 

277 92 

Typewriting 16 00 

Stationery 3 60 

' 23,064 58 

Playground purposes: 
Billings Field: 

Payments on account: 
Metal fence, contractor, W. A. Snow 

Iron Works Company .... $4,651 20 
Grading, drainage and concrete work, 

contractor, James A. SulUvan . . 5,400 90 

Labor 82 98 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 48 24 

10,183 32 

Cottage Street Playground: 

Fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron Works 

Company $3,937 35 

Labor _ 8 39 

Typewriting 1 88 

3,947 62 

Eagle Hill Reservoir, East Boston: 

Landscape architects, Olmsted Brothers .... 227 55 

Marcella street: 

Fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron Works 

Company $2,530 28 

Labor 48 91 

Hardware 20 82 

Typewriting 1 87 

• 2,601 88 

Mystic: 

Payments on account: 

Sea waU and grading, contractor, A. 

Baruffaldi $1,865 75 

/ Labor 129 30 

/ Engineer's supplies 16 75 

/ '- 2,011 80 

/^ Norfolk street, Dorchester: 
Payments on account. 
Steel footbridge, contractor, Boston Bridge 

Works $3,655 00 

Grading, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 3,133 95 

Labor 359 89 

Typewriting . 21 50 

7,170 34 

Carried forward .*....... $208,044 48 



66 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 

Rogers Park: 

Payments on account: 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor, 
R. A. Bossi 

Metal fences, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 
Works Company 

Grading, walks and concrete work, con- 
tractor, John McCourt .... 

Labor . 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Typewriting 

Drains, Gibby Foundry Company 

Stationery . 

Roslindale: 

Payments on account: 
Grading, drainage and concrete work, con- 
tractor, Goff & Wells Company 
Metal fences, contractor, W. A. Snow 
Iron Works Company 

Labor 

Architect, William D. Austin 
Drains, Gibby Foundry Company 
Typewriting 



$208,044 48 



Smith's Pond: 

Payments on account: 
Grading, contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Labor 

Tenean Beach: 

Testing borings, Charles E. Gow Company, 

Labor 

Stationery 

Tyler street, city proper: 

Grading, contractor, James A. SuUivan . 

Roof on shelter, W. J. Maguire . 

Water Service, Pubhc Works Department, 

Labor 

Typewriting 

William Eustis: 

Fence, W. A. Snow Iron Works Company, 

Labor 

Typewriting 

Playground, Saratoga and Bennington streets: 
Land, John J. and Mary T. Johnson 
Expert services, John Beck .... 



Public Park, North End: 
Land and buildings: 
Leah Rubenstein 
Max Burack . 
Sarah Kopelman 
Michele Luciano 
Selig Lipsky . 
Louis Sega 
Bessie Tiden . 

Carried forward 



$2,300 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
6,500 00 

12,500 00 
5,000 00 

11,250 00 

$53,550 00 



$7,080 50 

2,356 20 

2,239 32 

576 94 

132 54 

57 00 

74 44 

5 88 



2,348 55 



2,081 


77 


501 


22 


150 


00 


68 


81 


22 


50 


S9,163 


00 


424 


84 


$435 25 


267 


29 


12 


99 


Sl,352 


71 


388 


00 


35 


72 


31 


75 


7 


87 



5 99 
1 88 



5,000 00 
300 00 



12,522 82 



5,172 85 



9,587 84 



715 53 



1,816 05 



980 76 



6,300 00 



$245,140 33 



Park and Recreation Department. 



67 



Brought forward . . . $53,550 00 
Bertha Tiden . . . 5,500 00 

Betsey Tirren . . . 6,000 00 

Lizzie Goodman and Annie 

Goodman .... 5,500 00 

Ida Cohen .... 15,750 00 
Henry H. TrilUng . . 5,750 00 

Simon Koritsky . . . 6,000 00 

Betsey Teran and Lena R. 

Goldberg .... 5,500 00 

Allessandro Russo, Michele 
CaudieUo and Maria R. 

Russo 8,500 00 

Margaret A. McCarthy . 10,500 00 
Heirs of Joshua Bennett . 4,500 00 

$127,050 00 

Sanitary building, concrete work and 
drainage, contractor, John E. Leahy Con- 
struction Company (payments on account), 2,193 00 
Expert services, John I3eck .... 1,534 00 

Labor 769 86 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 382 12 

Teams 130 00 

Expert service, Henry C. Mildram . . 125 00 

Photographs, F. A. Sanderson ... 33 00 

Typewriting 42 50 

Drains 17 40 

Replantings on parkways: 

Labor $1,388 93 

Teams 185 00 



$245,140 33 



Ronan Park: 

Planting, R. & J. Farquhar Company . 

Grading, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Contractor (payments on account) . 

Land, F. W. & A. G. Homes . 

Sanitary and locker building, contractor 
M. S. KeUiher (payments on account) 

Fence, W. A. Snow Iron Works Company 

Cleaning sewer, Henry J. Pierce 

Water pipe, A. M. Byers Company 

Architect, G. Henri Desmond 

Plumbing supplies, Daly Plumbing Supply 
Company 

Sand, Thomas KeUey Company 

Stone 

Conduit, Edison Electric Illuminating Com- 
pany 

Bolts 



5,268 30 



4,002 


74 


4,494 


60 


2,419 


22 


465 


82 


348 


50 


270 


33 


82 


70 


62 97 


24 00 


8 58 


7 


82 


3 


60 



132,276 88 



1,573 93 



18,459 18 
Savin Hill Playground and Beach: 

Payments on account: 
Sea wall and grading, contractor, Hugh Nawn 

Contracting Company $54,042 92 

Bath house, contractor, Archdeacon and 

Sullivan 39,221 55 

Grading and completing, contractor, James 

A. SuUivan 1,940 12 

Architect, Joseph J. Sullivan .... 2,275 16 

Labor 637 90 

Landscape architects, Olmsted Brothers . 79 30 

Carried forward $98,196 95 $397,450 32 



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Brought forward $98,196 95 $397,450 32 

Stationery 31 94 

98,228 83 

Strandway and Old Harbor Improvements: 

(For detail of expenditures see report of the Public Works 

Department) 234,274 02 

Tree planting and other work, Boston Common: 
Moving and erecting Brewer fountain, con- 
tractor, Soley & Blair $2,637 00 

Labor 2,007 42 

Widening stairways at Robert Gould Shaw 

Memorial, Walter H. Preble ... 897 60 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff . . . 551 21 
Wiring at Guild Monument steps, Hixon 

Electric Company (payment on account) . 451 35 
Cinders for filling, R: P. Dooley ... 416 00 
Moving tree, John Cavanaugh . . . 374 90 
Elm trees. Cottage Gardens Company . . 240 00 
Moving arc light, Edison Electric Illuminat- 
ing Company 70 22 

Crushed stone, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany 67 27 

Freight 44 80 

Hardware 30 23 

Burlap 12 60 

Typewriting 12 25 

7,812 85 

Total $737,766 08 



RECAPITULATION. 



Expenditures on Account of Maintenance from February 1, 1917, 
to January 31, 1918. 

Parks and gardens 
Playgrounds 



Gymnasia 

Baths and beaches 

General expenses 

Celebrations and entertainments 

Conservation of food, war gardens, 



$464,552 14 

85,697 50 

50,591 98 

181,226 67 

138,920 80 

13,434 31 

5,804 43 



Expenditures on account of land and construction 
from February 1, 1917, to January 31, 1918, 

Net total . . . . . . . . i 



$940,227 83 

737,766 08 

1,677,993 91 



CASH RECEIPTS OF THE PARK AND RECREATION DEPART- 
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Park Division. 
For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown- 
tail moths , • 

From permits, for openings, occupations, etc. 

From sale of buildings 

From sale of sheep and wool 
For labor on trees, shrubs, etc. . 



$14,357 08 

684 38 

8,011 55 

306 60 

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dispensers on park spaces 
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Commission on telephones . 
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Appropriation, Park and Recreation Depart- 
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$23,852 66 

151 91 

31 34 

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$53,467 80 
8,211 55 

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$36,980 44 



24,898 91 
$61,879 35 



$61,879 35 



Park Betterments Collected by City Collector to January 31, 1918. 





Assessments 
Committed 
to Collector. 


Abated. 


Net Assess- 
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Collected. 


Outstanding 

January 31, 

1917. 


Public Park, Back Bay. ... 


$434,600 00 


$144,195 73 


$290,404 27 


$290,404 27 




Marine Park 


23,543 00 


12,616 80 


10,926 20 


10,926 20 






135,029 00 


122,000 66 


13,028 34 


13,028 34 




Parkway, Old Harbor .... 


60,789 00 


50,426 00 


10,363 00 


8,256 00 


$2,107 00 


" Muddy River. . 


108,972 00 


83,594 25 


25,377 75 


23,238 75 


2,139 00 


" West Roxbury. . 


154,107 00 


113,808 00 


40,299 00 


31,913 00 


8,386 00 


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9,713 00 


3,055 54 


6,657 46 


5,927 74 


729 72 




$926,753 00 


$529,696 98 


$397,056 02 


$383,694 30 


$13,361 72 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, January 31, 1918 .... $14,688,610 98 

Resources. 
Sinking Fund, January 31, 1918 18,400,568 41 

Net Debt, January 31, 1918 . . . . " . . $6,288,042 57 



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City Document No. 22. 





Season of 1917. 










Schedule of Summer Band Concerts and Attendiance. 


Date. 


Place. " ' Attendance. 


July 1. 


Boston Common [ . 5,000 


July 1. 


Marine Park . 








6,000 


July 1. 


Jamaica Pond . 








7,000 


July 1. 


Franklin Park . . . 








3,000 


July 1. 


Wood Island . 








5,000 


July 2. 


North square . 








2,500 


July 6. 


Neponset Playground . 








1,400 


July 8. 


Boston Common 








6,000 


July 8. 


Marine Park . 








10,000 


July 8. 


Jamaica Pond . 








6,000 


July 8. 


Franklin Park . . . 








3,000 


July 8. 


Wood Island Park 








3,000 


July 9. 


Wilson Park . 








1,500 


July 11. 


Charlesbank . 








1,800 


July 13. 


Sharon street . 








1,200 


July 15. 


Boston Common 








5,000 


July 15. 


Marine Park . 








10,000 


July 15. 


Jamaica Pond . . . 








8,000 


July 15. 


Franklin Park . 








5,000 


July 15. 


Wood Island Park . 








5,000 


July 16. 


Belmont square 








1,200 


July 18. 


Hayes square . . . 








1,500 


July 20. 


Columbus avenue . 








2,000 


July 22. 


Boston Common 








7,000 


July 22. 


Marine Park . 








3,000 


July 22. 


Jamaica Pond . 








8,000 


July 22. 


Franklin Park . 








6,000 


July 22. 


Wood Island Park . 








4,000 


July 23. 


Edward Everett square 








1,800 


July 25. 


Sullivan square 








1,800 


July 27. 


Ge^mantown . 








1,500 


July 29. 


Boston Common 








5,000 


July 29. 


Marine Park 








3,500 


July 29. 


Jamaica Pond . 








7,000 


July 29. 


Franklin Park . 








7,000 


July 29. 


Wood Island Park . 








5,000 


July 30. 


Union Park 








1,200 


Aug. 1. 


Everett square, Hyde Park 








1,500 


Aug. 3. 


Heath square . 








1,400 


Aug. 5. 


Boston Common 








5,000 


Aug. 5. 


Marine Park . . . 








3,000 


Aug. 5. 


Jamaica Pond . 








7,000 


Aug. 5. 


Wood Island . 








6,000 


Carried forward 


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Park and Recreation Department. 



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Date. 



Place. 



Brought forward . 

Aug. 5. Franklin Park 

Aug. 6. Gibson Playground 

Aug. 8. Mt. Hope 

Aug. 10. Pierce Field 

Aug. 12. Boston Common 

Aug. 12. Marine Park . 

Aug. 12. Jamaica Pond . 

Aug. 12. Franklin Park 

Aug. 12. Wood Island . 

Aug. 13. Washington Park 

Aug. 15. Dearborn street 

Aug. 17. Marcella street 

Aug. 19. Boston Common 

Aug. 19. Marine Park . 

Aug. 19. Jamaica Pond . 

Aug. 19. Franklin Park 

Aug. 19. Wood Island Park 

Aug. 20. Ronan Park 

Aug. 22. Aslimont Playground 

Aug. 24. Madison Park 

Aug. 26. Boston Common 

Aug. 26. Marine Park 

Aug. 26. Jamaica Porid 

Aug. 26. Franklin Park 

Aug. 26. Wood Island . 

Aug. 26. Germantown . 

Aug. 27. Thomas Park . 

Aug. 29. Mattapan square 

Aug. 30. Orient Heights 

Total attendance 



Attendance. 

185,800 
5,000 
1,500 
1,200 
1,500 
5,000 
3,200 
6,000 
7,000 
6,000 
1,800 
1,200 
1,400 
7,000 
5,000 
7,000 
6,000 
4,000 
1,800 
1,200 
1,400 
8,000 
4,500 
10,000 
6,000 
3,000 
1,500 
1,400 
1,200 
1,400 

297,000 



80 



City Document No. 22. 



Beaches, Swimming Pools and Floating Baths Attendance, 1917-18. 





Men. 


Boys. 


Pool. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 


Charlesbank Floating Bath 

Cabot Street Pool 


5,537 


67,665 


11,093 
28,420 

8,178 


4,000 


108,825 


186,027 
11,093 


Curtis Hall Pool 










28,420 




25,520 
5,865 
6,473 
409,555 
1,622 
5,356 
16,967 


66,065 
37,275 
13,765 
94,695 
16,993 
84,098 
34,312 


17,430 
7,230 
4,880 

53,500 
1,850 
4,543 
8,831 


27,440 
23,310 
7,990 
108,560 
13,717 
50,541 
26,924 


136,455 


Dover Street Bridge Floating Bath. . 


73,680 
33,108 


L Street Bath 


666,310 


Meridian Street Floating Bath 

North End Park 


34,182 
144,538 




87,034 


Ward 17 Pool 


8,178 


Warren Bridge Floating Bath 

Wood Island Park Bath 


15,075 
8,106 


40,620 
37,990 


16,010 
16,345 


27,910 
11,160 


99,615 
73,601 








500,076 


493,478 


47,691 


134,619 


406,377 


1,582,241 



Shower Baths Attendance, 1917-18. 



Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


55,867 


27,286 


14,111 


10,305 


30,564 


20,310 


14,200 


8,680 


19,683 


16,685 


4,048 


9,531 


57,251 


19,764 


11,642 


13,397 


109,727 


9,542 


25,629 


15,520 


409,555 


94,695 


53,500 


108,560 


91,309 


20,525 


26,723 


13,820 


53,350 


37,850 


8,825 


11,400 


68,907 


19,189 


8,381 


6,362 


21,267 


9,152 


4,236 


4,205 


59,302 


40,731 


17,777 


26,093 


94,760 


16,285 


47,519 


16,245 


44,436 


26,187 


12,445 


10,897 


1,115,978 


358,201 


249,036 


255,015 



Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

D Street Gymnasium 

East Boston Gymnasium 

Dover Street Bath 

L Street Bath 

North Bennet Street Bath. . . 

Ward 4 Gymnasium 

Ward 5 Gymnasium 

Ward 6 Gymnasium 

Ward 12 Municipal Building 
Ward 10 Municipal Building 
Ward 17 Gymnasium 



107,569 

73,754 

49,947 

102,054 

160,418 

666,310 

152,377 

111,425 

102,839 

38,860 

143,903 

174,809 

93,965 

1,978,230 



Park and Recreation Department. 



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Gymnasia - 


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School- 
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Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 


7,784 
3,362 
4,465 
2,022 
1,962 
1,086 
1,701 
768 
4,477 
3,086 


3,089 
1,699 
2,021 
2,830 
1,148 
1,517 
2,213 
782 
3,199 
7,865 


12,646 
4,133 
6,626 
7,955 
6,298 
4,128 
6,174 
3,188 
8,524 

11,927 


2,755 

2,328 

3,955 

1,770 

789 

1,017 

297 

600 

1,190 

2,724 


395 
3,037 

749 
1,161 

502 
1,080 
1,176 

186 
3,098 
6,714 


6,524 
3,164 
5,140 
4,099 
2,638 
3,966 
1,696 
1,276 
6,314 
11,351 




33,193 


Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

D Street Gymnasium 


2,110 


19,833 
22.956 
19,837 
13,337 
14,879 
13,267 
7,222 
28,404 
48,114 


East Boston Gymnasium 




North Bennet Street Gymnasium, 






2,085 






422 
1,602 
4,447 




Ward 17 Gymnasium 


Totals 


30,713 


26,363 


71,599 


17,425 


18,098 


46,168 


10,666 


221,032 





Skating and Toboggan Attendance, 1917-18. 



Days. 



Total 
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Average 
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Billings Field 

Columbus Avenue Playground 

Cottage Street, East Boston 

Charlestown Playground 

Commonwealth Park 

Franklin Field 

First Street Playground 

Forest Hills 

Gibson Street Playground 

Marcella Street Playground 

Mystic Playground 

Neponset Playground 

North Brighton Playgrovmd 

Norfolk Street Playground 

Orient Heights Playground 

Randolph Street Playground 

Columbus Park (formerly Strandway) 

Savin Hill Playground 

William Eustis Playground 

Wood Island Park, East Boston 

Totals 

Tobogganing Franklin Park 



18 
48 
40 
45 
35 
52 
38 
24 
34 
35 
47 
36 
39 
27 
36 
50 
34 
18 
25 
50 



2,520 
22,224 
19,000 
22,275 

5,075 
193,284 
27,550 

3,048 
28,050 
17,325 
10,575 
11,340 
30,615 
17,334 

4,140 
18,750 

8,262 

9,450 

7,550 
60,400 



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463 
475 
495 
145 

3,717 
725 
127 
825 
495 
225 
315 
785 
642 
115 
375 
243 
525 
302 

1,208 



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27 



518,767 
38,826 



12,342 
1,438 



82 



City Document No. 22. 



Total Annual Attendance, 1917-18. 



Ashmont Playground . . . 


• . 77,250 


Billings Field 


43,883 


Columbus Avenue Playground 


120,784 


Cottage Street Playground 


132,030 


Charlestown Heights .... 


49,686 


Charlestown 


195,685 


Charlesbank Gymnasium, men's . 


48,174 


Charlesbank Gymnasium, women's 


53,059 


Commonwealth Park .... 


101,055 


Dorchester Park 


34,715 


Forest Hills . . . . 


111,800 


Franklin Field 


377,423 


First Street Playground .... 


368,790 


Gibson Street Playground 


174,285 


John Winthrop Playground 


57,050 


Marcella Street Playground . • . 


238,020 


Mystic Playground 


37,620 


Norfolk Street "Playground 


56,590 


Neponset Playground .... 


102,465 


North Brighton Playground . 


142,359 


Orient Heights Playground 


51,306 


Ronan Park 


288,191 


Roslindale Playground .... 


105,635 


Randolph Street Playground . 


98,571 


Ripley Playground . .... 


22,560 


Columbus Park (formerly Strandway) . 


198,650 


William Eustis Playground 


268,838 


West Fifth Street Playground 


78,845 


West Third Street Playground 


43,831 


Wood Island Park . . . 


256,335 


Ward 5, Charlestown .... 


7,060 


Total 


3,942,545 


Franklin Park, tennis .... 


71,710