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CitB of Boston 
PARK DEPARTMENT 



FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Commissioners 



Year Ending December 31, 1927 




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[Document 19— 1928.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



FOB THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1927. 



Boston, December 31, 1927. 

Hon. Malcolm E. Nichols, 
Mayor of Boston. 

Dear Sir, — In accordance with section 15 of chapter 
185, Acts of 1875, the Park Commission herewith sub- 
mits its annual report for the year 1927. 

Though no new lands were acquired for parks, play- 
ground, bathing beach or public square purposes, 
all resources of the department were in use to a greater 
extent than ever before, which indicates an increasing 
appreciation of the manifold services available for 
the welfare of the citizens. 

It is a matter of congratulation that Boston's so- 
called park system is attracting the attention that it 
deserves, not only among our own citizens and those 
in the metropolitan district, but among state and 
municipal authorities, far and near, who often come 
to Boston to obtain park ideas for their own com- 
munities. These visitors quite uniformly report that 
they find a well-balanced system to appeal to the 
varying tastes of a large community, concerning which 
no single feature is neglected. Boston stands high 
with respect to its playground facilities, being one of 
the first cities of the country to develop this highly 



2 City Document No. 19. 

beneficial agency for public health and recreation, but 
there has been equal insistence on the best that may 
be provided for public bathing, sports, pedestrianism, 
motoring, zoological education and aesthetic and utili- 
tarian benefits. It is a pleasure for the Park Com- 
mission to report that along these varied lines the 
year has been most fruitful. 

The Strandway, Franklin Park and the Fens are 
pivotal points in the Boston Park System, illustratiDg 
quite distinctly the needs of the public. The two 
former attractions have never drawn greater crowds 
than during the last summer, and it is believed that 
with the completion of the Fens improvement, this 
remarkable acreage, close to the heart of the city, will 
be equally appreciated. 

The Fens. 

The reconstruction of Audubon road, between Agassiz 
road and Fens Bridge, which was contracted for last 
year, was completed and opened for travel, June 19. 

The completion of the reconstruction of this section 
of the old winding, narrow park road to two parallel 
roadways with center grass reservation, extends this 
new type of construction another 1,900 feet farther 
than last year. The new boulevard has been con- 
structed to meet modern conditions, new trees have 
been planted, and new boulevard lights installed. 

The roadway, slopes and planting spaces in the 
neighborhood of the Evans Memorial of the Art Museum 
have been relaid out and reconstructed according to 
the plans of Arthur A. Shurtleff, landscape architect. 
The curving park roadway and bridle path which passed 
the front of the Museum have been straightened to 
form lines parallel with the building. With a portion 
of the space gained by this change, the stream opposite 
the center of the building has been widened to form 
a reflecting pool or lagoon. To accommodate pedes- 
trians wishing to cross the area toward Jersey street, 
two paths have been constructed, one from Forsyth way 
and the other opposite Museum road. Two rustic 
wooden footbridges have been built to carry these 
footways across the stream. Trees have been planted 
in groves with sufficient openings to give good vistas 
across the intervening meadows and the water to the 
portico of the building. Studies of the angles of sight 
have been made in deciding the location and extent 



Park Department. 3 

of the pool to insure good reflections of the colonnade. 
Plantations of shrubbery and trees have been set out 
to give shade for the paths, to form screens, and in 
general to support the margins of the open spaces. The 
entire improvement has been planned to harmonize 
with the plan of the general development of the Fens 
as a whole. Contracts completed or let for these 
improvements this year totaled $81,485.71. 

Park Roadways and Boulevards. 

The excellent condition of the surfaces of the park 
roadways has minimized resurfacing and replacements. 

The bitulithic pavement on the north roadway of 
Commonwealth avenue between Arlington street and 
Hereford street, and between Massachusetts avenue 
and Charlesgate West, was re-flushcoated with hot 
asphalt and stone chips. This treatment of the pave- 
ment should give it many added years of life. The 
cost was $0.20 a square yard, totaling $3,370.50. 

A section of the wood block pavement on Common- 
wealth avenue, north drive, between Beacon street and 
Sherborne street was taken up and a bitulithic pavement 
laid. The old pavement was laid in 1914 and had 
outlived its usefulness. It was found necessary to raise 
the grade of the old concrete foundation about three (3) 
inches, which was done with new concrete. The cost 
of the entire replacement was $19,419.07. 

A section of the Riverway road between Brookline 
avenue and Longwood avenue was widened on the 
southerly side a minimum width of 7 feet. This 
roadway, which handles heavy traffic from points to 
and from the south of the city as completed has a 
minimum width of 45 feet. It was materially widened 
at one sharp corner near Longwood avenue. The 
total cost of this widening was $9,488.63. 

Franklin Park. 
The southerly parallel walk of the Greeting, ap- 
proximately 2,000 feet in length and 25 feet in width, 
was reconstructed of concrete. This new surface re- 
placed the old crushed stone macadam walk which was 
very unsatisfactory in wet and wintry weather. A 
drainage system was installed to eliminate the surface 
water from the new Greeting walk. This new concrete 
walk with the improved surface drainage system is a 
great improvement for the throngs who traverse the 



4 City Document No. 19. 

Greeting to visit the Zoo and other parts of the park. 
The cost of this entire improvement was $19,620.10. 

At the Greenhouse the old wooden plant benches 
were removed and new plant benches were constructed 
of concrete. These replacements were made in Growing- 
Houses No. 1 and No. 2. These replacements leave 
only four of the propagating houses with the old type 
wooden plant benches. The new plant benches are a 
decided improvement over the old wooden benches and 
can be considered as permanent and indestructible. 

The golf course still draws large crowds and the 
congestion continues on Saturdays, Sundays and holi- 
days. This congestion further amplifies the need of 
another golf course in our city. 

The three toboggan chutes were again erected on 
Schoolmaster's Hill and were well patronized when 
weather conditions permitted. Two of these chutes are 
1,300 feet in length and the other is 900 feet in length, 
and with plenty of snow and cold weather it is possible 
to ride a half mile on the chutes and along the ground at 
the end of the chutes. 

The park was used extensively by the general public 
for picnicking, motoring, ball-playing, football playing, 
skiing and tobogganing, skating, tennis playing, and 
for other recreational and educational activities. The 
people are making more use of this 525-acre park which 
lies all within the limits of our busy city. 

Zoological Garden. 

The Zoo still draws more than its quota of the visitors 
to Franklin Park. The unending stream of people 
attending these attractions in good weather offers great 
encouragement to us who direct and promote this 
feature of the department. 

It was necessary to make alterations to the interior 
pool of the hippopotamus. Happy, the hippo purchased 
from funds contributed by the school children of Boston, 
had outgrown his swimming pool. The reconstruction 
was done under contract at a cost of $1,547. The 
children's pet, now full grown, has ample space and 
room to bathe and frolic in the water, which brings 
delight to our eager and enthusiastic younger visitors. 

Arnold Arboretum. 
The city is the proud owner of this wonderful area. 
It maintains the roads, walks, walls and fences, but 



Park Department. 5 

it leases the grounds to Harvard University for botani- 
cal purposes. This beautiful park property is the 
show place of the world for the exhibition of all kinds 
of trees and shrubs. Visitors from all sections who are 
interested in trees and shrubs congregate there and are 
free in expounding the wonders of the place. 

A new water service was laid to provide water for 
drinking fountains, and much favorable comment has 
been expressed at this needed improvement A wire 
fence erected on the stone boundary wall along Centre 
street, between the Centre street gate and Allandale 
street, will tend to keep out vandals and others after 
dark. 

Marine Park. 

The old wooden bridge between Marine Park and 
Castle Island was removed during the past year. The 
area between these two park properties was filled in 
with hydraulic fill some ten years ago, and Castle 
Island remains no longer an island. The bridge had 
outlived its usefulness and was beyond repair. A 
concrete walk was constructed on the hydraulic fill, 
between the park and the. old island. A new water 
service was laid underground to the island under the 
same contract. A new lighting system was installed 
along the new concrete walk to replace the one removed 
with the old bridge. The cost of all these changes and 
improvements was $24,000. 

The public landing and wharf buildings on Colum- 
bia road, opposite Farragut road, were reconditioned 
and generally repaired. This work was done under 
contract at a cost of $6,805.86. 

Playgrounds and Small Parks. 

Tyler Street Playground. — ■ A portion of the concrete 
surface which had settled has been replaced with new 
concrete to the proper grade. This replacement makes 
the surface of this playground true, even and to the 
proper grade, satisfactory and safe for the small children 
who use it. 

North End Pork. — A new wire fence 15 feet high 
was erected along the back of the sea wall and on the end 
of the ball field adjacent to the women's bath house, 
replacing the old fence, 9 feet high, which was about 
ready to fall down. The new fence, much higher and 
of stronger construction than the old one, will be 



6 City Document No. 19. 

more suitable for conditions at this playground, located 
in the most congested section of Boston. 

John Winthrop Playground. — This playground was 
resurfaced with a 4-inch depth of loam, thus covering 
the old gravel surface which was found dangerous to 
baseball and football playing. 

William H. Garvey Playground. — A standard play- 
ground wooden swing shelter was erected during the 
past summer. This shelter will provide one more 
playground with a covered shelter for swings and games 
for the smaller children. 

Paris Street Playground. — A new drainage system was 
laid to replace the old one which had settled and was not 
functioning. This new system has eliminated the wet 
and soggy conditions that existed in the center of the 
playground. Screened soft coal cinders have been 
placed over most of the area, covering up the soft 
surface conditions. The playground can now be used 
at all seasons and the children from the adjacent school 
are taking full advantage of this change for the better. 

Mission Hill Playground. — The field house at this 
playground was generally repaired under contract. 
This house is fifteen years old and due to its continued 
steady use it was necessary to make many radical 
changes and repairs. 

Bath Houses, Gymnasiums and Physical Training. 

Bath houses were well patronized by the general 
public the year round. In the more congested sections 
the municipal bath house fills a much-needed want for 
those who must depend on bathing outside of the home. 
Cleanliness promotes good health and bath house 
facilities are high on the scale of necessary safeguards. 

The regular gymnastic classes were held through the 
year, except during the hot summer months. Gymnastic 
training was enjoyed and benefited by many. The 
swimming pools have been kept up to a standard 
comparable with the best pools of the country. The 
annual gymnastic class exhibition, held April 14 at the 
Boston Arena, proved a remarkable demonstration of 
the efficiency attained. 

Physical instructors of the gymnasiums were detailed 
for the second successive summer to organizing and 
promoting athletic sports on the larger playgrounds. 
Baseball and track teams were again organized, baseball 



Park Department. 7 

games were played between the different district teams 
and the members of the champion team were given 
special prizes. There were district track meets and 
the annual general track and field meet at Franklin 
Field on September 9, at which prizes were awarded 
the winners. 

Bathing Beaches. 

The bathing beaches were used extensively by the 
public, perhaps more extensively than in any other 
summer season. On the extreme hot days capacity 
crowds gathered, eager to take advantage of a cool 
plunge in the Atlantic. The beaches were covered 
with new, clean sand just before the start of the season, 
and the bath houses were also reconditioned. 

The L. Street Bath House, Boston's all-the-y ear-round 
beach house, was altered and repaired under a contract 
amounting to $3,964. This building has reached a 
condition where extensive repairs and replacements 
will have to be made every year. Being of wood 
construction, underneath timbers, posts and sills require 
serious attention. It is advisable to give consideration 
to the construction of a new modern house rather than 
spend considerable money on replacements on this old 
wooden building. 

The annual swimming meets were held at the indivi- 
dual beaches and the winners of these local meets 
engaged in a general swimming meet at Marine Park 
Beach, for which prizes were awarded. 



Band Concerts and Special Entertainment. 

Musical concerts were given during the summer in 
various sections and attracted many thousands of 
persons. The regular summer band concert schedule 
provided a concert every Sunday afternoon during 
July and August at Boston Common, Franklin Park 
and Marine Park. Concerts were given on alternate 
Sundays during the same months at Jamaica Pond, 
McConnell Park and World War Memorial Park. 

The annual municipal Christmas Tree, erected on 
Boston Common near the Parkman Bandstand, was 
70 feet in height, constructed of 450 individual balsam 
trees, and was illuminated with 1,200 colored lights. 
The Christmas Eve celebration was held at the Parkman 



8 City Document No. 19. 

Bandstand in the presence of a large crowd. The 
band concert and Christmas carol singing were especially 
impressive. 

The Parkman Bandstand public address system was 
extensively used to entertain our people with radio 
programs, special sporting events and addresses by 
prominent men and women. 

The Aquarium. 
The attendance at the Aquarium for the year totaled 
438,000. The department had the following exhibits: 

Fresh and salt water fishes, 63 species — 2,660 

specimens. 
Mammals, 2 species — 4 specimens. 
Reptiles, 6 species — 27 specimens. 
Amphibians, 3 species — 41 specimens. 
Invertebrate, 3 species — 40 specimens. 

The department exhibited forty-four alewives which 
were taken in the spring and were kept alive for three 
months. This is a record length of time that the 
alewife has been kept alive in an aquarium. Since the 
advent of the concrete fish tanks with additional parti- 
tion walls it has been possible to keep pike perch alive 
and on exhibition. Some of these perch were taken 
from fresh water and exhibited in salt water. 

All the old galvanized piping in the fresh water system 
was removed and new brass piping installed. A toilet 
room for men was installed for use of the general public. 
The filters have been thoroughly overhauled and the 
necessary replacements made. 

Moth and Tree Division. 

The department forces inspected during the year 
all trees on private property and on the city streets and 
boulevards. Trees found infested with moths were 
sprayed. 

The oriental moth was still found to be the most 
numerous of the pests. A general inspection for the 
satin moth was made on all poplar trees throughout 
the city. This moth has confined all its activities to 
the poplars. All poplar trees were sprayed against 
this satin moth. The brown-tail moth has been prac- 
tically eliminated. The cost of all the moth work done 
on the trees on private property was charged to the 
owners, according to law. 



Park Department. 9 

The street, playground and park trees were pruned, 
old ones removed and on some streets, especially Audu- 
bon road, new trees were planted. The large English 
elms on Boston Common, some of which are more than 
100 years old, were relieved of dead wood and their 
cavities filled with cement. 

Cemetery Division. 

The department employed many additional men 
to help put the cemeteries in the best of shape for 
Memorial Day. 

Mt. Hope Cemetery. — An additional portion of the 
single grave section was developed by removing the 
rock and regrading. 

Fairview Cemetery. — The drives near the front of the 
cemetery were resurfaced with bituminous macadam. 
New granite block gutters were laid and new drainage 
was installed. The old wooden stable was demolished 
and a new brick stable built in the rear of the custodian's 
house. The new stable is modern in every way and can 
be utilized not only as a stable but for a tool house and 
locker house for the cemetery workers. 

Evergreen Cemetery. — A sizeable parcel of land was 
developed for burial purposes by the removal of the 
rock and the installation of a drainage system. This 
work was done under contract. 

Recommendations. 

One of the most serious problems of the department 
is the widening or continuation of the construction of 
parallel one-way roads in our main system. Traffic 
conditions on some of our one-road park roads are 
becoming unbearable during certain rush hours, especially 
at the main cross highways. We believe that the 
-entire main park system will soon need two parallel 
roadways, the better to handle increasing traffic, and 
that underpasses and overpasses must be constructed. 
Continuous flow of motor traffic will have to come soon 
in Boston and the best place to provide for it is on the 
parkways and boulevards. 

The Governor square intersection is still unbearable 
with its heavy motor and street car traffic, and steps 
should be taken to place the street cars underground. 

The Leverett Pond silt nuisance still remains and 
should be removed as conditions are becoming worse 
along Muddy River. 



10 City Document No. 19. 

The L Street Bath House built in 1866 will need such 
extensive repairs and replacements that it may be 
advisable to build a new bath house or a new section. 
The sills, foundation posts and understructure are in 
such a condition that repairs may prove as costly as a 
new building. The ideal house would be fireproof 
throughout, but in this case it would probably be more 
economical to make any new house or parts of houses 
of wooden construction with concrete floors and founda- 
tion posts. 

The policy of improving existing playgrounds and 
parks, rather than purchasing new properties, has been 
continued and should be further continued until such 
time as the existing properties are more nearly entirely 
developed. 

At the Aquarium it would be good policy to take 
out more of the old wooden fish tanks and replace them 
with new concrete tanks. 

It is advisable that the vacant land adjacent to Mt. 
Hope Cemetery on Canterbury street be purchased 
and added to the cemetery. Due to the number of 
burials made yearly in the present cemetery area, a 
greater area will soon be necessary. The lot contains 
294,495 square feet and can be purchased now at a 
much lower figure than a few years hence. 

The interest from the Parkman Fund totals approxi- 
mately $217,000 a year, and most of it, we believe, 
should be spent in the further development of The Fens. 
The north meadow on Boylston street should be further 
filled, loamed, walks laid out and thoroughly planted 
with shrubs and trees. A field house is needed at the 
athletic field to take care of the school children and 
others who use these grounds. Another section of 
concrete bleachers should be built. The Fens is rapidly 
approaching completion and we feel proud of the changes 
for the better that have already been accomplished. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 



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Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation by Items of 
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Personal Service as per Schedule A 






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Permanent employees . 






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609 98 


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7.544 35 


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8,296 50 


17. 


General plant .... 






2,886 19 


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Agricultural 






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7,144 01 


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General plant .... 




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12. Parks and recreational 










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7,234 13 


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6,843 93 


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390 20 


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25 



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City Document No. 19. 



CASH RECEIPTS. 
For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1927. 



Park Division. 
From golf permits and vise of lockers at Franklin 

Park 

For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 

moths 

For use of towels and soap in playground houses, 

From permits, openings, occupations, etc. . 

Commission on telephones . 

For use of bandstands . 

From labor and use of equipment 

For damage to department property 

Return of cylinders, barrels, etc. 

Sale of old tires and equipment 

Sale of junk, wood, etc . 

Penalty on coal 

Conscience fund . 

From rents .... 

From French Fund income 



Bath Division. 
For use of bathing suits, towels, etc . 

For rents 

Commission on telephones .... 



Above receipts were credited as follows: 
General revenue, city income 
Department appropriation 



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3,850 63 

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Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 

January 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927. 

Departmental Equipment: 

Holt tractors and snow plows, Eastern 

Tractor Company $14,806 20 

Animals, Birds, etc.: 

Animals and birds, John T. Benson . . $5,870 00 

Animals and birds, Ellis S. Joseph . . 1,200 00 

Animals and birds, Louis Ruhe . . . 790 00 

Exchange of fish, City of Detroit . . . 621 69 

Animals and birds, Henry Bartels . . 587 00 

Traveling expenses, William J. O'Brien . 425 00 

Birds, L. G. Hovestadt 120 00 

Freight charges 109 20 

Animals, T. F. and R. T. Broderick . 90 00 



Arnold Arboretum, Improvements: 

Laying water and drain pipes, contractor, 

John Williams 

Payments on account: 
Erecting fence, contractor, American Chain 

Link Fence Company 

Posts and seats, John J . Flynn 
New sidewalks, Thomas J. Shea 
Repairing gates, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Hydrant and valves, The Ludlow Valve 

Manufacturing Company .... 
Manholes and frames, Gibby Foundry 

Company 

Advertising, City Record 



Boston Common and Public Garden, Improvements: 

Iron fence, contractor, W. A. Snow Iron 
Works Company 

Iron fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Payments on account: 

Resetting edgestone, contractor, Maplewood 
Construction Company .... 

Repairing fences, P. J. Dinn & Co . 

Sods, J. J. McCarthy 

Repairing walks, Maplewood Construction 
Company 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 

Loam, repairs, etc., John McCourt Company, 

Tree work, Howard E. Burns 

Painting, William P. Dolan .... 

Red gravel, The King Terminal Transporta- 
tion Company 

Plumbing repairs, Edward C. Kelly 

Erecting toboggan chute, The Hussey Manu- 
facturing Company 

Completion of payments: 

Concrete walks, contractor, John McCourt 
Company . . .... 

Installing electric work. Charles E.Gallagher, 



$2,089 50 



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Brought forward $32,315 84 $29,080.69 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 100 44 

Asphalt floor, Jenkins- Anderson Corporation, 90 00 

Repairs, John F. Shea & Co 85 00 

Repairs, Stearns, Perry & Smith Company . 68 04 

Trees, Bay State Nurseries .... 21 00 

Speaker, Graybar Electric Company . . 20 80 

Repairs, Controller Service & Sales Company, 12 00 

Advertising, City Record 10 25 



Castle Island, Improvements: 
Removing bridge, laying water pipe and 

grading, contractor, J. A. Singarella . 

Completion of payments: 
Walk, contractor, A. G. Tomasello & Son . 

Labor 

Advertising, City Record 

Charlesbank, Improvements: 
Wooden seats, contractor, W. F. Condon & 

Sons Company 

Service pipe, Public Works Department 
Repairs, granite block, B.E. Grant Company, 

Labor 

Door, Frank J. Gallagher .... 
Advertising, City Record 

Columbus Park, Improvements: 
Execution of court, Alco Construction Com- $695 36 

pany. 

Completion of payments: 
Shelter, contractor, Beaver Construction 430 00 

Company. 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 236 06 

Dorchester Park, Improvements: 
Payments on account: 
Fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. . . . $578 08 

Service, Public Works Department . 38 87 



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73 58 
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32,723 37 



20,949 36 



2,287 16 



1,361 42 



616 95 



Fens, Athletic Field: 
Labor - . . 448 45 

Fens, Improvements: 
Reconstructing roads, contractor, John 

McCourt Company 

Fens improvements, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company 

Labor 

Dredging, contractor, A. G. Tomasella & Son, 
Grading, catch basins, driveways, etc., John 

McCourt Company 

Stone curbing, contractor, John McCourt 

Company . . . . 

Payments on account: 
Grading and loaming, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company 

Foot bridges, contractor, Stacey & Ross 

Company 

Trees, Christian van der Voet 
Pavement, Warren Brothers Company 

Carried forward 



$-46,866 35 


46,086 87 

10,033 82 

9,605 00 


4,843 13 


4,683 84 


3,044 70 


1,843 00 
1.625 00 
L392 20 


$130,023 91 $87,467 40 



Park Department. 



37 




Brought forward 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Installing lights, etc., Edison Electric Illurni 

nating Company . 
Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 
Concrete, Daniel Coleman & Co 
Seats, John J. Flynn 
Stone walls, A. E. Twiss . 
Loan and trucking, M. McGinnis Company 
Sods, J. J. McCarthy .... 
Professional services, X. H. Goodenough 
Frames, etc., Public Works Department 
Frames and grates, Gibby Foundry Com 

pany 

Shrubs, R. & J. Farquhar Company 

Iron stakes, P. J. Dinn & Co. 

Painting, William P. Dolan 

Crushed stone, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com 

pany ' . 

Borings, The Gow Company, Inc. 
Negatives and photos, Frank B. Conlin 
Kodad, Eastman Kodak Stores 
Lumber, George McQuestion Lumber Com 

pany 

Advertising, City Record .... 
Reflector, American Gas Accumulation Com 



pany 

Lumber, Downes Lumber Company 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Lumber, Black & Shepard Company . 
Negatives, B. L. Makepeace, Inc. . 

Franklin Park, Building Improvements, etc.: 
Concrete walks, Maplewood Construction 

Company 

Completion of payments: 
Concrete benches, contractor. Maplewood 

Construction Company .... 
Labor 

Franklin Park, Improvements: 

Concrete walks, contractor, J. A. Singarella, 

Labor 

Excavating, grading and walks, contractor 

J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Crushed stone, New England Crushed Stone 

Company 

Iron fence, wire screen, doors, gates, etc. 

P.J. Dinn & Co 

Concrete benches, contractor, J. A. Singarella 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 

Alterations, paint shop, contractor, Walter 

Curie y & Son 

Loam, M. McGinnis & Co. 

Payments on account: 
Alterations, contractor, Guiney & Hanson 

Completion of payments: 
Repairing building, contractor, R. A. Bossi 

Company 

Installing heater and repairs, Trask Heating 

Company 

Carried forward 



3130,023 91 .$87,467 40 


1,137 


68 


921 


57 


860 


00 


727 88 


648 00 


602 


91 


551 


00 


544 


28 


510 


86 


434 


14 


290 


00 


272 


25 


212 


50 


200 


00 


183 00 


140 


63 


111 


37 


71 


85 


70 


92 


57 


50 


55 


67 


32 


40 


28 


85 


7 


22 


2 


64 




— 138,699 03 



$739 11 



447 50 
60 64 

1 °fl7 oc i 


$18,508 51 
10,410 00 


7,735 


00 


2,807 


24 


2,765 51 
2,140 00 
1,998 48 


1,976 00 
1,438 62 


1,314 


95 


1,265 


21 


1,169 


89 



$53,529 41 $227,413 6S 



38 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Painting, William P. Dolan . 
Wiring, Charles E. Gallagher . 
Concrete curb, John McCourt Company 
Grading, Thomas J. Shea 
Repairs, John F. Shea & Co. . 
Construction, Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company 

Lawn mower, Pennsylvania Lawn Mower 

Works 

Hot tar, Trimount Oil Company . 
Frames and gratings, Gibby Foundry Com 

pany . . 
Trees, Andorra Nurseries, Inc. 
Installing lights, Delco Light Frigidiare 
Installing gas water heater, John Y. Gillespie 
Repairs, D. F. Reardon & Sons 
Tarvia, The Barrett Company 
Repairs, Shea Brothers .... 
Repairs, General Pipe Cleaning Company 
Loam, John McCourt Company . 
Repairs, John J. Healey .... 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Cement, J. P. O'Connell & Co. 
Advertising, City Record .... 
Cage motor, Crocker- Wheeler Electric Manu 

facturing Company .... 
Lumber, F. A. York Company 
Covers, M.J. Connelly .... 
Sand, Boston Sand & Gravel Company 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Prints, Blue Print Company, Inc. . 

Franklin Park, Reconstructing Roads, etc.: 
Crushed stone, New England Crushed Stone 

Company 

Labor 

Franklin Square and Blackstone Square, Im- 
provements: 
Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 



$53,529 41 $227,413 68 


1,132 10 


889 53 


830 93 


782 10 


775 00 


758 91 


750 00 


606 73 


494 00 


450 00 


419 80 


300 00 


282 15 


280 50 


255 00 


265 00 


206 56 


175 00 


85 36 


62 50 


48 50 


43 00 


39 39 


36 00 


24 00 


6 75 


4 80 


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$215 60 


164 93 

9«n « 



910 00 



Highland Park, Improvements: 

Repairs, observatory, contractor, R. A. 

Bossi Company 

Painting, H. K. Helmsdorff .... 

Jamaicaway, Improvements: 

Repairs, John McCourt Company 

Labor 

Longwood Park, Improvements, Roxbury: 

Granolithic walk and stops, John McCourt 
Company . . . 

Marine Park, Improvements, etc.: 

Repairs, landing and buildings, contractor, 

A. Grande 

Repairing raft, A. Grande .... 

Completion of payments: 
Water pipe, contractor, C. M. Callahan, Inc., 

Carried, forward 



52,100 00 
490 00 



$215 00 
38 



),805 86 
890 00 

211 87 



2,590 00 

215 38 
870 00 



r,907 73 $295,912 61 



Park, Park Square District: 
Completion of payments: 

Grading, loaming and concrete work, con- 
tractor, Samuel J. Tomasello . . $1,859 09 

Relocating lights, Edison Electric Illuminat- 
ing Company 596 85 

Service pipe, Public Works Department . 209 15 

Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff ... 181 17 



Playground at Bolton and West Third Streets: 
Concrete surface, contractor, John McCourt 

Company $5,858 44 

Completion of payments: 
Wire fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 126 76 

Labor 108 05 

Advertising, City Record 9 75 



Playground, Brookside Avenue and Cornwall 
Street: 
Completion of payments: 
Field House, contractor, R. A. Bossi Com- 
pany $1,575 9S 

Shelter, contractor, John P. Curley . . 611 00 

Seats and posts, John J. Flynn . . . 175 00 



1,370 58 



22 25 



Park Department. 39 

Brought forward $7,907 73 $295,912 61 

Erecting pole, New England Flag Pole & 

Rigging Company 140 00 

Pipe service, Public Works Department . 110 05 

Loam, M. McGinnis & Co 108 36 

8,266 14 
Mary Hemenway Playground, Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 

Grading and shelter, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company 

Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 

Massachusetts Avenue, Improvements: 

Advertising, City Record 

Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 

North End Park, Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 
Repairs, contractor, R. A. Bossi Company . 

Payments on account: 
Fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
• Architect, O'Connell & Shaw .... 
Payments on account: 
Wire fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. 

Advertising, City Record 

23,543 50 
Orchard Park, Improvements: 

Labor 55 37 

Orient Heights Playground, Improvements: 

Completion of payments: 
Filling, loaming and shelter, contractor, 

Edward J. McHugh & Son . . . . $1,529 30 
Filling, John McCourt Company ... 737 00 

Completion of payments: 
Wire fence, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. 97 19 



$947 51 


423 


07 


$13 50 


8 75 


$18,080 


44 


3,218 


24 


1,694 


94 


528 


13 


21 


75 



2,363 49 



2,846 26 



6,103 00 



>,361 98 



Carried forward $342,845 IS 



40 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 

Playground, Cottage Street District, East Boston: 

Completion of payments: 
Spreading loam, contractor, Maplewood 

Construction Company .... 
Labor 

Playground, District Bounded by Castle, Wash- 
ington, Dover and Tremont Streets: 
Granolithic surface, John McCourt Com- 
pany 

Labor 

Playground, Mattapan: 

Filling and loaming, contractor, M. Soli- 

mando 

Completion of payments: 
Grading an d shelter, contractor, M. Soli- 
mando .... ... 

Cleaning and filling trench, John McCourt 
Company 

Playground, Readville District: 

Grading and shelter, contractor, Leo J. 

Nawn, Inc 

Seats, John J. Flynn 

Advertising, City Record 

Labor 

Playground, Vicinity of Jefferson School, Rox- 
bury: 
Ditch and pipe laying, John McCourt Com- 
pany 

Labor 

Playground, Wachusett Street, Forest Hills: 
Service pipe, Public Works Department 
Labor 



Playground, Webster Avenue Section, North End 
Removing walls and grading, John McCourt 

Company 

Land, Ellen L. Leonard, Trustee . 
Professional services, John B. Graham 
Professional services, Maria L. Reynolds 
Architect, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Playground Pur poses: 
Billings Field: 
Construction, outfield, McGinnis & Co. 
Installing pipe, Public Works Department 

Smith's Pond Playground: 

Labor 



$342,845 18 



$1,201 76 
293 49 
1,495 25 



$280 00 
87 
280 87 



$5,539 76 



5,360 97 

790 00 
11,690 73 



>,450 00 

111 00 

9 75 

56 



$358 00 
08 


$76 28 
79 



$930 00 

600 00 

150 00 

50 00 

24 00 



$300 00 
53 37 



Reconstructing and Repairing Parkways and 
Roadways by Contract: 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, John Mc- 
Court Company $19,419 07 

Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company 3,370 50 



2,571 31 



358 08 



77 07 



1,754 00 

353 37 
30 73 



Carned forward $22,789 57 $361,456 59 



Park Department. 



41 



Brought forward 

Repairing pavement, Warren Brothers Com- 
pany 

Paving, Samuel J. Tomasello .... 

Repairing sidewalk, D. F. Reardon & Sons . 

Advertising, City Record 

Riverway Improvements: 
Payments on account: 
Roads, contractor, John McCourt Company, 
Sign posts, John McCourt Company 

William J. Barry Playground, Enlargement and 
Improvement: 
Wooden shelters, contractor, Guiney & Han- 
son Construction Company 
Land, Trustees, Cushing Academy 
Advertising, City Record 

William E. Carter Playground, Bleachers, etc.: 
Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 



$22,789 57 $361,456 59 

3,453 74 

978 49 

222 50 

41 75 

27,486 05 



8,156 28 



William Eustis Playground, Extension and 
Improvements: 
Completion of payments: 
Shelter, contractor, Beaver Construction 

Company 

Labor . . 

Advertising, City Record 

Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 



William Eustis, William E. Carter and John J. 
Connolly Playgrounds, Improvements, etc.: 
Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 



William II. Garvey Playground, Improvements: 
Wooden shelter, contractor, Walter E 

McEachern 

Catch-basins, John McCourt Company 
Filling, John McCourt Company . 
Water pipe, John Y. Gillespie * . 
Weather strips, R. A. Bossi Company 
Repairs, Public Works Department 
Advertising, City Record . 



$8,065 34 
90 94 


$1,550 00 

200 00 

10 50 



$802 00 

30 15 

12 00 

8 00 



$1,225 00 


940 00 


823 00 


590 00 


166 00 


6 98 


6 50 



1,760 50 
690 00 



852 15 



626 04 



Total 



3,757 48 
$404,785 09 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, December 31, 1927 . . . $7,042,500 00 



Resources. 
Sinking Funds, December 31, 1927 . 

Net debt, December 31, 1927 . 



3,104,064 43 
$3,938,435 57 



42 



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49 



Attendance at Playground, Season of 1927. 



Name of Playground. 



Attendance. 



Billings Field Playground 

William E. Carter Playground 

James L. Cronin Playground 

Charlestown Playground 

Charlestown Heights Playground 

Columbus Park Playground 

John J. Connolly Playground 

Charlesbank Park Payground 

Doherty-Gibson Playground 

Frederick D. Emmons Playground. . . . 

William Eustis Playground 

Fallon Field Playground 

Franklin Field Playground 

William H. Garvey Playground 

James F. Healy Playground 

John Holland Playground 

Christopher F. Lee Playground 

John W. Murphy Playground 

Mission Hill Playground 

John H. L. Noyes Playground 

Portsmouth Street Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Stanley J. Ringer Playground 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 

J. M. Sullivan Playground 

Smith Pond Playground (Hyde Park) . 

William F. Smith Playground 

George H. Walker Playground 

West Third Street Playground 

John Winthrop Playground 

World War Memorial Playground. . . . 



Total . 



136,173 
54,942 
219,468 
44S.245 
183,210 
296,078 
370,553 
163,563 
474,955 
221,458 
2S9.070 
283,387 
711,120 
196,063 
314,083 
109,809 
1,035,710 
106,586 
157,458 
S0.258 
130,104 
380,895 
141,900 
13S.950 
300,733 
05,496 
49,827 
165,035 
399, 24S 
141,959 
33,430 
105,021 
547,662 

8,452,449 



50 



City Document No. 19. 



Franklin Park Golf Course, 1927, Financial Report with Record of 

Attendance. 



Permits. 



Annual. 



Daily. 



Saturdays, 
Sundays, 
Holidays. 



Lockers. 



Total. 



April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November 
December. 



$8,450 00 

4,210 00 

2,740 00 

1,600 00 

780 00 

200 00 

SO 00 



$563 00 
1.04S 00 
1,746 00 
1,512 00 
1,624 00 
1,482 00 
1,072 00 
434 00 
6 00 



$60 00 
243 00 
225 00 
270 00 
198 00 
237 00 
192 00 



$978 00 

519 00 

156 00 

48 00 

30 00 

24 00 

9 00 

3 00 



$18,060 00 



$9,4S7 00 



$1,425 00 



$1,767 00 



$10,051 00 
6,020 00 
4,867 00 
3,430 00 
2,632 00 
1,943 00 
1,353 00 
437 00 
6 00 



$30,739 00 



Attendance, 59,003. 

Annual permits issued at $10 each, 1,805 

Daily permits issued at $1 each, 9,487 

Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, permits issued at 

Lockers, rental at $3, 589 

Professional concessions at 10 per cent 

Total 



5, 475, 



$18,050 00 

9,487 00 

1,425 00 

1,767 00 

57 00 

$30,786 00 



Toboggan Slide. 

Franklin Park. 
Five days coasting; attendance, 27,300. 

Billings Field, West Roxbury. 
Four days coasting; attendance, 9,000. 



Park Department. 



51 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1927. 





Indi- 
viduals. 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 

Columbia Road Gymnasium. . . . 


2,S39 

684 

7.S95 

4,732 


1,126 
2,809 
7,435 
2,968 
6,091 
2,5S7 
1,746 

7,256 
2,105 
1,316 
3,265 


3,586 
3,848 
6,636 
2,995 
3,694 
3,807 
2.S34 

6,296 
4,624 
3,132 
3,891 


919 
1,451 
2,458 
1,183 
1,158 
617 
535 

2,887 

2,320 

625 

2,655 


1,936 
3312 
7,555 
2,038 
3,320 
901 
43S 

3,323 
1,475 
1,932 
1,217 


2,731 
3,576 
5.24S 
2,728 
3,505 
3,615 
1,745 

5,39S 
4,315 
4,922 
3,185 




13,137 


2,428 
2,058 


18,108 
39.2S5 
16,644 




1,133 


18,901 


Lexington Street Gymnasium. . . 

North Bennet Street Gymna- 
sium. 

Paris Street Gymnasium 


2,757 
134 

8,031 


14,284 




7,432 




33,191 




14,839 


Tyler Street Gymnasium 


471 


712 
825 


13,110 
15,038 








Tofal. 


27,543 


38,704 


45,343 


16,808 


27,447 


40,968 


7,156 


203,969 







52 



City Document No. 19. 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1927. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Sreet Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

Columbia Road Bath. . . . 

L Street Bath House 

Broadway Bath House. . . 

Dover Street Bath 

Hyde Park Bath 

John J. Williams Bath. . . 
Lexington Street Bath. . . 
North Bennet Street Bath 

Paris Street Bath 

Roslindale Bath House . . . 
Tyler Street Bath House. 
Vine Street Bath House. . 

Totals 



121,224 


40,042 


38,521 


26,928 


46,897 


34,106 


21,764 


15,691 


47,550 


27,550 


5,600 


5,750 


388,072 


101,675 


37,132 


5S.325 


81,590 


29,135 


39,575 


22,050 


166,047 


8,541 


21,997 


21,497 


13,153 


8,965 


2,024 


2,538 


293,845 


11,473 


95,653 


7,985 


51,192 


39,328 


14,406 


24,653 


126,108 


38,912 


61,142 


35,350 


172,922 


25,267 


50,600 


13,780 


22,075 


6,645 


2,281 


3,585 


53,023 


15,416 


10,511 


8,551 


81,125 


28,870 


19,792 


25,119 


1,664,823 


415,925 


420,998 


271,802 



226,715 
118,458 

86,450 
585,204 
172,350 
218,082 

26,680 
408,956 
129,579 
261,512 
262,569 

34,586 

87,501 
154,906 



2,773,54S 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1927. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Pool 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Columbus Park Beach 

Dewey Beach 

Freeport Street Beach 

Marine Park Beach 

North End Park Beach 

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach 

World War Memorial Park Beach 
L Street Beach 

Totals 



4,994 


12,404 


2,429 


9,313 


5,072 


15,945 


8,414 


7,466 


55,960 


23,955 


57,255 


37,555 


20,550 


54,090 


21,597 


52,385 


4,227 


14,481 


3,725 


13,810 


81,208 


21,052 


58,750 


20,502 


2,667 


55,483 


2,825 


24,037 


11,545 


25,216 


7,204 


10,135 


12,745 


18,971 


14,740 


24,334 


6,355 


25,430 


8,255 


14,105 


388,072 


101,675 


37,132 


58,325 


593,395 


368,702 


222,320 


277,967 



29,140 
36,897 

174,725 

148,622 
36,243 

181,512 
85,012 
60,100 
70,790 
54,145 

585,201 



1,462,390 



Park Department. 



53 



Band Concerts, Season of 1927. 



Date. 
1927. 



Name of Place. 



Name of Band. 



Number 

of 
Pieces. 



July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 

August 



3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 

10. 

10. 

10. 

10. 

10. 

10. 

10. 

17. 

17. 

17. 
17. 
17. 
24.. 
24.. 
24.. 
24.. 
24.. 
24.. 
31.. 
31.. 
31.. 
31.. 
31.. 



Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

Boston Common 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

World War Memorial Park . 

Smith's Pond 

Charlestown Heights. ...... 

McConnell Park 

Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

World War Memorial Park . 

Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

Billings Field 

Madison 

Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

World War Memorial Park . 

Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 

Marine Park 

Boston Common 

Franklin Park 

Jamaica Pond 



Stewart's 

First Corps Cadets . . 
241st Coast Artillery. 

Bostonia 

Ives' 

Commonwealth 

Gate of Heaven 

Sorciillo's 

Cecil W. Fogg Post.. 

Pompeo's 

Freni's. 

First Corps Cadets . . 

Pompeo's 

Bostonia 

Boston Concert 

Commonwealth 

Perkins' 

101st Engineers ...... 

lS2nd Infantry 

First Corps Cadets . . . 

Sordillo's 

Old Colony 

Stewart's 

Perkins' 

Ives' 

Boston Concert 

Stone's Military 

Ives' 

101st Infanti > 

Cecil W. Fogg Post. . . 

Freni's 

101st Engineers 

Ives' 

Alhambra 



40 

26 

26 

26 

40 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

26 

40 

26 

26 

26 

26 

40 

26 

25 

26 

26 

26 

40 

26 

26 

25 

26 

40 

26 

26 

26 

40 

26 

26 



54 City Document No. 19. 

Band Concerts, Season of 1927. — Concluded. 



Date. 
1927. 


Name of Place. 


Name of Band. 


Number 

of 
Pieces. 


August 14. . . 
August 14. . . 
August 14. . . 
August 14. . . 
August 21... 
August 21... 
August 21... 
August 21... 
August 21... 
August 21... 
August 28. . . 
August 28. . . 
August 28. . . 
August 28... 
August 28... 
August 28. . . 
September 4. . . 
September 4. . . 
September 10. . . 




101st Veterans' 

Commonwealth 


26 


World War Memorial Park 

Hyde Park 


26 
26 


McConnell Park 




26 






40 




241st Coast Artillery 

182d Infantry 


26 




26 






26 






26 






26 






40 






26 




182d Infantry 


26 




Clark's 


26 


World War Memorial Park 




26 




26 






26 


Marine Park Swimming Meet. . . 
Track Meet Franklin Field 




26 




26 







Park Department. 55 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1927, to December 
31, 1927: 

DEPARTMENT CEMETERIES. 



The burying grounds, cemeteries and tombs which 
are owned by and in charge of the City of Boston are 
as follows, with a total area of about 7,040,708 square 
feet. 





East Boston. 




Bennington Street 


Ward 1. 


Square feet. 

157,500 


Rainsford Island 


Ward 2. 
Charlestown. 


43,560 


Bunker Hill . 
Phipps Street 


Ward 3. 
City Proper. 


48,202 
76,740 


Ward 5. 

Copp's Hill, Hull street 

King's Chapel, Tremont street 

Granary, Tremont street 


89,015 
19,344 
82,063 


Ward 6. 
South End South, Washington street 


64,570 


Central, Common 


Ward 8. 
South Boston. 


60,693 


Hawes, Emerson street 


Ward 10. 


11,232 



56 City Document No. 19. 

Dorchester. 

Ward 11. Square feet. 

North, Upham's Comer 142,587 

ROXBURY. 

Ward 12. 
Eliot, Eustis street . . . . 34,830 

Warren, Kearsarge avenue 54,500 

Dorchester. 

Ward 21. 
South, Dorchester avenue 95,462 

West Roxbury. 

Ward 23. 
Westerly, Centre street , . . . 39,450 

Walter Street . . .... 35,100 

Ward 24. 
Mt. Hope, Walk Hill street, 117 acres and 36,536 square 
feet. Opposite Mt. Hope are two lots of unused land on 
Berry street, north corner Manning street, 7,150 square feet, 
and Berry street, south corner Manning street, 5,262 square 
feet. 

Hyde Park. 

Ward 24. 
Fairview Cemetery, Fairview avenue, about fifty acres. 

Brighton. 
Ward 26. 
Evergreen, Commonwealth avenue, 604,520 square feet. 
Market street, 18,072 square feet. 

City Tombs. 

Twenty-five in the South Ground; six in Phipps Street 
Ground, Charlestown; one tomb for infants in South Ground; 
one tomb for infants and one for adults in Copp's Hill Ground; 
one for adults and one for infants in the Granary Ground; 
one for infants in King's Chapel Ground; one for infants 
in the Central Ground; two receiving tombs in East Boston; 
one receiving tomb in Dorchester North; one receiving tomb 
in Dorchester South; one receiving tomb in Evergreen Ceme- 
tery, Brighton; one receiving tomb in Mt. Hope Cemetery and 
one receiving tomb in Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park. 



Park Department. 



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$7,624 34 

4,602 07 

86,932 42 

19,315 47 

13,864 02 

4,711 65 

2,392 53 

501 20 

3,372 22 

1,424 OS 

221 72 

2,181 78 

1,217 64 

1,818 88 

1,751 21 

1,402 41 

928 66 

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Device 

Planting 

Evergreen 

Care 

Seed, sod 

Receiving tomb . 
Use of chapel. . . 

Preparing 

Sale of junk 
Plants, sale, use . 

Painting 

Fence damage. . . 



$7,313 00 

10,007 00 

13,738 50 

3,003 95 

1,456 00 

1,423 00 

882 00 

374 00 

348 00 

195 00 

190 00 

95 00 

73 80 

457 00 

2 00 



$3,120 00 

1,115 00 

2,656 50 

921 30 

485 00 

14 00 

108 00 

42 00 

96 00 



25 00 
10 00 



$2,000 00 

1,525 00 

1,271 50 

634 25 

320 00 

46 00 

189 00 

249 00 

35 00 

24 00 

40 00 

15 00 



124 73 



$64 00 

26 25 

5 00 



3 00 
57 00 



Totals, general receipts. 



$39,148 25 



$8,592 80 



$6,473 48 



$155 25 



Interest on same, 1927 

Receipts credited on principal . 



$10,005 33 
11,273 00 



$1,960 82 
4,325 00 



$2,757 31 
4,150 00 



$381 26 
375 00 



Park Department. 



59 



January I to December 31, 1927. 



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$36 00 


$36 00 












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2,266 00 


















1,483 00 


















1,182 00 


21 00 
















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479 00 


















219 00 


















255 00 


















120 00 


















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47 00 


















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$36 00 












$27 50 


$54,490 2S 
















$133 88 




$100 00 


$100 00 


$100 00 


$100 00 


$5 00 


$200 00 


$15,84S 60 






20,123 00 





















60 



City Document No. 19. 



Department Expenditures, 1927, as per Budget Sheet 
December 31, 1927. 



Group and Item. 



Total 

Expenditures 

to Date. 



A. Personal Service as Per Schedule A 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other than Personal 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks 

8. Light, heat and power 

12. Bond and insurance premiums 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care 

16. Care of animals 

18. Cleaning 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing 

39. General plant 

C. Equipment 

4. Motor vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

9. Office 

13. Tools and instruments 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

D. Supplies 

1. Office 

2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 

10. Agricultural 

1 1 . Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants 

16. General plant 

Carried foricard 



$122,408 04 

105,362 94 

13,996 67 

3,048 43 

16,409 19 

57 25 

20 00 

277 20 

238 52 

17 00 

414 27 

85 48 

549 50 

22 00 

42 00 

14,686 57 

5,841 13 

3,077 46 

216 48 

9 00 

83 63 

732 72 

26 73 

1,695 11 

8,277 06 

996 42 

50 00 

1,498 59 

1,348 13 

15 59 

3,837 25 

196 00 

49 32 

285 76 



$152,936 02 



Park Department. 



61 



Department Expenditures, 1927, as per Budget Sheet 
December 31, 1927. — Concluded. 



Group and Item. 



Total 

Expenditures 

to Date. 



Brought forward 

Materials 

1. Building 

2. Highway 

13. General plant 

Special Items 

11. Workingmen's compensation 

Total 



$152,936 02 

1,738 52 

9 24 

960 64 

768 64 

75 43 

75 43 



$154,749 97 



Summary Statement of Cemetery Activities, January 1 to 
December 31, 1927. 







































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Mt. Hope 


1,447 
220 


159 
45 


362 
55 


3,074 
476 


934 

238 


30 
5 


56 
2 


302 
82 


177 
2 


107 




19 




112 


13 


61 


449 


808 


28 


IS 


60 


3 


9 




6 

3 
3 
2 






111 

28 




6 
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1 


2 
3 




3 


































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Bunker Hill 








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1,793 


217 


478 


4,140 


1,980 


70 


77 


450 


182 


13S 



62 



City Document No. 19. 



Accretions to Cemetery Accumulating Fund, 1914=1927. 



Source. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


1916-17. 


1917-18. 


1918-19. 


1919-20. 


Mt. Hope 


$23,503 49 

4,514 80 

4,120 05 

281 75 

87 20 


$21,174 55 

4,835 15 

4,951 80 

245 00 

59 25 

30 00 

40 00 

15 00 

1 00 

26 00 

9 50 

15 00 

15 00 

15 00 

5 00 


$25,795 40 

5,452 90 

3,911 15 

268 60 

70 60 


$21,684 74 

7,668 60 

3,542 30 

252 85 

61 00 

15 00 

54 00 

30 00 

5 00 


$32,734 45 

10,657 90 

3,659 65 

281 50 

146 65 


$26,893 30 




9,061 75 

3,682 50 

310 70 

113 00 




Dorchester North 




30 00 


Bennington Street 

Central 


50 00 
15 00 

9 90 
24 00 

3 00 


32 00 

45 00 


85 00 
45 00 

7 00 


106 00 
90 00 
64 00 




30 00 

3 00 

15 00 

15 00 

9 20 


15 00 


King's Chapel 


3 00 
15 00 




6 00 


South End South 


— 






7 69 


. _ 


Eliot 


— 




Bunker Hill 






























Receipts by Years 

Interest by Years 


$32,621 88 
1,520 00 


$31,437 25 

2,811 47 


$35,647 85 
4,178 45 


$33,331 49 
5,753 00 


$47,617 15 
7,512 51 


$40,672 25 
10,045 44 



Grand total of accumulating fund, February 1, 1927, $759,784.20. 



Park Department. 



63 



(Chap. 117, Acts of 1913.) 



1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-23. 


1923-24. 


1924-25. 


1925. 


1926. 


1927. 


$30,381 70 


$32,279 13 


$32,777 04 


$34,455 45 


$34,074 65 


$34,940 20 


$42,012 30 


$39,148 25 


7,404 20 


6,327 70 


11,726 35 


7,485 30 


6,995 50 


6,754 80 


7,355 75 


8,592 80 


3,993 65 


4,912 56 


4,550 10 


6,440 10 


6,709 70 


5,876 00 


6,824 85 


6,473 48 


167 65 


186 00 


205 75 


247 00 


246 30 


186 35 


143 00 


155 25 


76 50 


95 75 


136 25 


68 15 


111 00 


77 35 


70 50 


57 00 


4 00 


15 00 


15 00 


- 


— 


30 00 


15 00 


— 


71 00 


80 00 


20 00 


46 00 


44 50 


67 75 


24 00 


36 00 


15 00 




15 00 




15 00 


_ 


30 00 




42 00 


10 00 


42 50 


5 00 


10 00 


5S 00 


27 00 


27 50 




15 00 
3 00 


15 00 
38 00 




10 00 


— 


— 




55 00 


— 


— 






15 00 




15 00 


— 


- 




— 


— 


— 











12 50 


2 00 


10 00 


— 










— 


$42,210 70 


$43,924 14 


$49,555 99 


$4S,759 50 


$4S,233 65 


$48,000 45 


$56,502 40 


$54,490 28 


12,394 02 


15,112 24 


16,911 74 


20,801 49 


23,134 47 


17.S60 99 


31,645 73 


31,700 50 



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