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PARK DEPARTMENT 



FIFTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF Commissioners 



Year Ending December 31, 1929 




Printed for the Department 

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[Document 19 — 1930.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1929. 



Boston, December 31, 1929. 

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 annaar.repQrc for .t:h,6 ye,ai^ 1929, and in so 
doing desires to ^ call special' 'attention. to the detailed 
schedule of expenditures Cor ''the year, which will be 
found appended. '-- > .- 

These facts, and figures- 'Sp,eak, for ^themselves, show- 
ing as they do the expenditure of a >.a;'[';Q sum of money 
and an extensive list of improvements made at all the 
public reservations under our control, all of which 
became necessary in order that they would be in the 
best possible condition during the year 1930 (the Ter- 
centenary Year) when the City of Boston is to be host 
to a multitude of visitors who will want to visit this 
city and see the many historical shrines connected with 
the early history of the settlement of this colony. As 
a great number of these shrines are located in reserva- 
tions attached to this department, the demands upon 
them will be many and varied, necessitating especial 



2 City Document No. 19. 

attention in order that their appearance may be that 
of the highest excellence. 

I wish most earnestly to express heartfelt thanks to 
my assistants and the employees of this department for 
their intelhgent cooperation and their faithful adher- 
ence to duty in carrying out the preformulated plans of 
the department. 

The following work described more or less in detail 
was performed during the year: 

Boston Common. 

Tree surgery was continued in order to insure the 
safety of the great mass of people who will pass under 
the branches of the very old trees, many of whose 
branches were in a state of decay. The grounds, where 
necessary, were graded by resodding or loaming, and 
the entire Common was fertilized in order to encourage 
the strong durable growth of grass necessary to with- 
stand the hard usage it will receive next year. 

The underground sanitary buildings received neces- 
sary repairs, also the women's cottage opposite West 
street and the office building at the site of the old Deer 
Park. 

A new work shop and tractor shed building was 
erected; additional concrete and asphalt paved walks 
were constructed, after which seats along these walks 
were rearranged and the loamed area along their edges 
were regraded with loam and grassed. Necessary 
repairs were made to the wire fence surrounding the base- 
ball field. The public ad dres'^ systepi was' overhauled 
and necessary repairs ahd improverriehts made to it. 

The Christmas tree, wit'ii- its electrical display, erected 
adjoining the Parkmari Bandstand, was an enchanting 
rendezvous duri^pgthfelrolMe^; periods of C-'hristmas and 
New Year's. ■' . '■ ^' '■ "-•>■'•-'■ ; ■ ■ - ' - 

The Public Garden. 
Ranking second in importance to the Common in the 
opinion of Bostonians, but surpassing the more historic 
spot from the point of view of its appeal for outside 
visitors, is the Public Garden. Of this finely adorned 
little park, the care taken of it and its appearance in the 
past year during the various floral and other type of 
displays made upon it, I need scarcely add one word to 
the opinions of the press and public who are delighted 
with the displays, and freely express their appreciation 
of it. 



Park Department. 



Commonwealth Avenue. 

In order to make this avenue safe as well as to facili- 
tate vehicular travel thereon, it was made a through- 
way from Arlington street to Governor square. 

The remaining wood block pavement on the northerly 
drive of this parkway, between Sherborn and Chilmark 
streets, was removed, and a Warrenite pavement 
substituted. 

The abutment wall of Cottage Farm Bridge on the 
southeast end was repaired, and the concrete sidewalk 
adjoining was rebuilt. 

Extensive repairs were made to granolithic sidewalk 
along this avenue. 

The roadway connection across the street car reserva- 
tion at South street was regraded and repaved in order 
to make it safer for vehicular travel. 

The trees along the entire length of this avenue were 
pruned, the tree pits cultivated, and all catch-basins 
and drainage system cleaned and freed of debris. 

The Back Bay Fens. 

Additional ''granite composite" bleacher seats were 
erected and the grounds adjoining regraded, loamed and 
planted. In order that the grounds at the school boys' 
stadium might dry out more quickly in the spring time, 
additional drainage was provided. The portion of the 
Fens Pond waterway in the vicinity of the footbridges 
was dredged to free it of debris. Avenue Louis Pasteur 
was resurfaced with a Warrenite pavement and grano- 
lithic sidewalks installed on the Fenway from Avenue 
Louis Pasteur to Brookline avenue. Extensive repairs 
were made to granolithic walks on Boylston street, 
Audubon road and at Charlesgate East. The realign- 
ment of curb corners at the junction of The Fenway 
and Avenue Louis Pasteur necessitated the regrading of 
the planting or tree space and raising of the grade of the 
walk adjoining it from Avenue Louis Pasteur to the 
Simmons College Building. The Richardson Bridge 
carrying Boylston street over the Fens waterway was 
repaired and the masonry work repointed. Extensive 
repairs were made to the sanitar}^ building. During 
the winter the school boys' playground was flooded for 
skating and a hockey rink erected on it. 

Owners of property fronting on Boylston street en- 
trance to the Back Bay Fens petitioned the Board of 



4 City Document No. 19. 

Zoning Adjustment to change the zoning requirements 
in this location from R-65 to an R-80. This Board, 
after giving this matter extensive study, notified the 
Zoning Adjustment Board that it had no objections to 
the proposed change being made. 

RiVERWAY. 

To provide smooth paved walks from Boston Common 
to Franklin Park a concrete walk was constructed along 
the southerly boundary of this parkway from Brookline 
avenue near the Fens to Huntington avenue. 

The Audubon Road Bridge over the Brookline branch 
of the Boston & Albany Railroad was replanked. 

Olmsted Park. 

Concrete walks were installed along the southerly 
boundary of Jamaicaway, from Huntington avenue to 
Prince street. 

Owing to the washing away of the soil along the 
northerly banks of Jamaica Pond, it became necessary 
to reshape the banks and construct a riprap shore line. 
After this work was completed, the entire walk sur- 
rounding Jamaica Pond was reshaped, resurfaced with 
cracked stone, rolled to a smooth surface and dressed 
with stone screenings. 

The outlet culvert from Jamaica Pond to Ward's 
Pond, along with the gate chamber, was cleaned and 
freed so as to function properly. Later, new control 
gate chambers with gates to control the height of water 
in Jamaica Pond were installed. 

A conduit for electric lighting sj^stem to the refresh- 
ment cottage, at boat landing, Jamaica Pond, was 
installed. 

The playground area near Willow Pond was regraded 
and the baseball diamond loamed and reshaped. 

A portion of the. smooth paved roadway on the 
Jamaicaway, where it was badly cracked, was removed 
and repaved; the portions only slightly cracked were 
thoroughly cleaned and a skim coat of bitumin and fine 
cement applied. 

Arnold Arboretum. 

Permission was accorded the Public Works Depart- 
ment, Sewer Division, to install through the South 
street entrance and Walter street entrance roads a 24- 
inch pipe sewer. 



Park Department. 5 

A 4-foot high chain Hnk fence was erected on top of 
the wall of the Walter street boundary of Peters Hill. 

The roadways and walks in this reservation were 
rolled and resurfaced with hot tar and stone screenings. 

Arborway. 

Concrete walks were installed along the easterly 
boundary from Pond to Centre streets, and on the 
westerly boundary along the Arnold Arboretum wall 
from near Weld Park to South street. 

The smooth paved roadway opposite the Centre 
street entrance to the Administration Building in the 
Arnold Arboretum was roughened in order to provide a 
safer footing for animals using the Bridle Path. 

Franklin Park. 

Considerable work was performed on the golf links, a 
bold rocky knoll near the eighteenth hole was removed, 
the ground regraded and new sods placed thereat; 
several locations which remained wet until late in the 
spring were underdrained. 

Extensive alterations and repairs were made to the 
Refectory Building. 

Many improvements were made at the Zoological 
Garden, amongst which were the erection of new outside 
flying cages at the Bird House, the construction of a 
concrete tank along with the grading and resurfacing 
with hot asphalt and stone screenings the yard at 
Elephant House. A new system of plumbing was in- 
stalled at the Bird House. Wire fences and gates were 
erected at the animal corrals. 

The group of statuary, originally located on the top 
of the Boston Post Office, was removed to Franklin 
Park where it will be repaired and later set upon ped- 
estals in the Zoological Garden. 

A new refreshment booth located near the Bears Den 
was removed to a new location. 

A number of settees, totaling one hundred and 
twenty feet in length, was built in place at the Rose 
Garden. 

The toboggan flooding system, which of late years 
gave considerable trouble and annoyance, was cleaned 
out and repaired preparatory to its use during the 
winter season. 



6 Ctty Document No. 19. 

All the buildings in this, the largest of Boston's parks, 
were gone over and repairs made where necessary. 
This was also done to all the equipment located at the 
work shops. 

The department's garage was reconstructed to pro- 
vide additional facilities. 

Franklin Field. 

Extensive alterations and repairs were made to the 
Locker Building. 

Four additional tennis courts have been installed and 
inclosed with wire fences. Necessary repairs were 
made to the flooding control gate which regulates the 
control of water used for flooding this field for skating 
purposes during the winter. 

Columbia Road. 

The bitulithic pavement at the junction of Quincy 
street where a settlement existed, was removed and 
replaced to its proper grade. 

New concrete walks were installed between Edward 
Everett square and the railroad bridge near Columbus 
circle, and general repairs made to the older walks. 

The wood block pavement over the so-called Carson 
Bridge was repaired and treated with hot asphalt. 

A hard pine curbing or guard was set in place on top 
of existing curb over the Carson Bridge, to prevent 
automobiles from jumping the curb and endangering 
pedestrians using the sidewalk. 

Strandway. 

A new drinking fountain was erected opposite N 
street. Extensive alterations and repairs were made 
to the refreshment building and wharf, opposite P street. 

Renewal of leases was made with the South Boston, 
Mosquito Fleet, Boston and Puritan Yacht Clubs. 

Marine Park. 

Extensive repairs were made to the recreation pier; 
a concrete foundation was installed at the end of this 
pier upon which a light beacon was erected and sur- 
rounded by a wire fence. 

An electric conduit was laid through Farragut road 
and Gardnerway to Castle Island Bridge for the radio 



Park Department. 7 

beacon on Castle Island. Needed repairs were made 
to the sea wall near the Head House Bathing Beach. 

Surface water drains from catch-basins on Columbia 
road near the boat landing were installed to low water 
line. Under-drains were laid in the field adjoining the 
rear of the Aquarium Building. Drinking fountains 
were installed on Pleasure Bay Beach opposite the 
Farragut statue, and on the play area in the rear of 
the Aquarium. 

Repairs were made to the Head House Bath Houses, 
and an old wooden tank at the Aquarium was replaced 
with a concrete tank. 

Castle Island. 

Repairs were made to the granolithic walks, and to 
the wooden planking of pier. 

World War Memorial Park. 
A new bath house was erected at the bathing beach, 
a new two-car garage built, and the wood flooring on 
the footbridge was repaired. 

Charlestown Heights. 

A concrete foundation to support the bowlders form- 
ing a terrace wall at edge of walks was built in order to 
prevent these bowlders from settling out of place and 
endangering the public. A refreshment booth was 
permitted to be erected on the Dewey Beach side of 
this reservation. 

Dorchester Park. 

Ledge was removed, the ground leveled and graded, 
and two tennis courts built thereon, after which they 
were inclosed by a chain link wire fence. 

West Roxbury Parkway. 

A hot air heating furnace was installed at the care- 
taker's cottage. 

Charlesbank. 
Damaged seat posts and seats were aligned and 
repaired. 

Washington Park. 

Concrete walks Avere installed, after which the grounds 
were graded, rocks and bowlders removed and slopes 
loamed and seeded to grass. 



8 City Document No. 19. 

Orchard Park. 

Concrete walks were installed and the grounds adjoin- 
ing graded, loamed and seeded to grass. 

Independence Square. 

A concrete retaining wall was erected, a catch-basin 
built, a drinking fountain installed and one hundred 
and forty-'four linear feet of seats built in place and all 
the old seats repaired. 

Berners Square. 

The old wire fence was removed, the grounds cleaned 
and loamed, a cinder walk built across the reservation 
and a new chain link fence with gateways for vehicles 
and pedestrians was erected. 

Franklin Square. 

The tar surfaced walk at Washington and Brookline 
streets was resurfaced and repairs were made to the 
drainage system from fountain. 

Massachusetts Avenue. 

Necessary repairs were made to drinking fountain 
overflow chamber, and the iron fence damaged by 
autom.obile was also repaired. 

Jackson Square. 

Granolithic walks were installed and grounds graded 
and seeded. 

Oak Square. 

Twenty-five feet of new seats were built. 

LoNGWOOD Park. 

The grounds were graded, loamed and seeded to grass. 

Minor repairs were made to seats on Francis Hanlon 
square and the iron fences at Worcester and Francis 
Hanlon squares damaged by automobiles were repaired. 

Playgrounds. 

Almont Street Playground. — Tennis courts were resur- 
faced and 160 linear feet of tennis court fence erected 
and new seats installed. 



Park Department. 9 

William Amerena Playground. — The baseball dia- 
mond was graded and loamed and a baseball backstop 
installed. 

American Legion Playground. — Concrete bleacher 
seats were erected. 

Billings Field Playground. — Four tennis courts were 
rebuilt, wire fence backstop straightened into place; 
1,160 linear feet of chain link fence were erected, and a 
wooden platform for toboggan slide was built in place 
and an abandoned flooding control chamber was re- 
moved, the gate being installed in a chamber at Fallon 
Field Playground. 

William E. Carter Playground. — Extensive repairs 
were made to the field house. 

Charlestown Playground. — Two tennis courts were 
constructed and inclosed with a chain link fence, two 
new baseball backstops were erected and an old one 
repaired, the drainage system was rodded and cleared 
and the bleacher seats were repaired. 

Cherry Street and Shawmut Avenue Playground. — 
Seats were erected at this playground. 

Columbus Park Playground. — The interior of the field 
house was painted. 

John J. Connolly Playground. — The football field 
was enlarged fifteen feet by removing ledge and regrad- 
ing the ground. 

William Eustis Playground. — A new flooding control 
gate chamber was erected and a drinking fountain 
installed. 

Fallon Field Playground. — The tennis courts were 
resurfaced and inclosed with a chain link fence; a 
flooding control gate which was removed from Billings 
Field Playground was built into a gate chamber. 

William H. Garvey Playground. — One thousand cubic 
yards of filling were spread, graded and covered with 
loam and the roofs of the field house and shelter were 
painted. 

James F. Healy Playground. — Tennis court con- 
structed; a larger boiler was installed in the field house, 
and one hundred linear feet of bleacher seats were 
erected. 

Jefferson Playground. — Tennis courts were con- 
structed and inclosed with a wire fence; a drinking 
fountain was erected and water supply to same installed, 
and an earth dyke for flooding was constructed. 



10 City Document No. 19. 

Christopher Lee Playground. — Necessary repairs to 
the shower bath room were made including the removal 
of the old ceiling which was replaced by a new cement 
plaster one. 

McConnell Park Playground. — Permission was ac- 
corded the Public Works Department, Sewer Division, 
of the City of Boston, to locate, construct and maintain 
in this playground a reinforced concrete sewer. Repairs 
were made to flooding control gate chamber. 

John H, L. Noyes Playground. — The interior and 
exterior of the field house were painted, and the baseball 
diamond regraded and loamed. 

Prince Street Playground. — Necessary repairs were 
made to the brick paved surfacing; the drainage system, 
which was clogged, was cleared and one new manhole 
built. 

Stanley Ringer Playground. — Rock was excavated 
and the ground around the field house was graded and 
loamed. Three tennis courts were resurfaced, and 
forty-four steel lockers installed in the field house. 

Ripley Playground. — The wire fence and entrance 
gateway received necessary repairs. 

Rogers Park Playground. — The shelter received needed 
repairs and was painted; the baseball diamond was 
regraded and loamed, and the old baseball backstop 
was removed and a new one, 50 feet in length and 22 
feet in height, was erected. 

Ronan Park Playground. — The old fence inclosing the 
tennis courts was removed and a new one was erected. 
Broken seat posts were replaced and seats repaired. 

Lester J. Rotch Playground. — A new wire fence, 1,113 
linear feet in length, was erected; the baseball diamond 
regraded and loamed and the drainage system cleared. 

William Francis Smith Playground. — Two tennis 
courts were constructed and the baseball diamonds were 
regraded and loamed. 

/. M. and J. J. Sullivan Playground. — A new fence 
was erected to replace one blown down during a storm. 

Tenean Beach Playground. — Roadway was graded, 
and surface of playground was oiled to lay the dust. 

George H. Walker Playground. — The shower bathroom 
in field house received necessary repairs, the old walls 
and ceiling being removed and new ones installed; the 
iron footbridge over railroad tracks was painted and 
seats were built here. 



Park Department. 11 

Bathing Beaches. 

L Street Bath House. — Extensive repairs were made 
to the building. 

All the bathing beaches were cleared of loose stones 
and other debris preparatory to re-sanding of same. 
The lockers, doors and windows in all beach bath 
houses were repaired and the locks oiled and keys 
fitted. 

Indoor Baths and Gymnasiums. 

Cabot Street Bath House. — The swimming pool filtra- 
tion system was overhauled and repaired, and the 
alterations to the bath house and gymnasium begun 
last year were completed this spring. 

North Bennet Street Bath House. — Extensive altera- 
tions and improvements were made to this building, 
thus providing additional facilities and accommodations 
for a greater number of patrons. 

Paris Street Gymnasium. — An additional new steam 
line for hot-water tank was installed, and the roof of 
this structure, which leaked badly, was repaired and 
made tight. 

The mats of all the gymnasiums were cleansed and 
renovated. 

Cemetery Department. 

Fairview Cemetery. — The work of resurfacing the 
driveways undertaken last year was continued this 
year. 

Mount Hope Cemetery. — A contract to fill and grade 
an extensive area of this cemetery was awarded and 
completed during the year, and an additional area of 
one and two grave lots was developed. 

Boston Airport. 

During the year a water supply and a sewer system 
was installed ; the north and south runway was extended 
in length and surfaced with cinders, the contract to 
furnish and spread cinders was amended to provide 
for two thousand additional cubic yards. To provide 
sanitary facilities a temporary wooden structure was 
erected for this purpose. The erection of an adminis- 
tration building in accordance with plans of William D. 
Austin, architect, was commenced and is practically 
completed. A platform and structure to house and 



12 City Document No. 19. 

protect the flood light meter was erected. A contract 
for filling, grading and surfacing an additional area 
was awarded to Coleman Brothers, Inc. To define the 
extreme limits of safety for landing on the flying field, 
a system of electric boundary lights was installed. 
A second contract for filling and grading additional 
area was awarded to Coleman Brothers, Inc. Electric 
equipment and wiring was installed in the transformer 
vault in the Administration Building. The temporary 
wooden sanitary building was shifted to a new location. 
A wire boundary fence was erected. 

During the year, land for hangar locations was 
leased for use in commercial aviation to the Colonial 
Air Transport, Inc., the Skyways, Inc., the East 
Coast Aircraft Sales Company, the Boston Airport 
Corporation ; the latter lease was later transferred to the 
Curtiss Flying Service. 

To the United States Lighthouse Service, one and 
eighty-six hundredths acres of land were leased for a 
radio beacon site, and the United States Army leased 
land for hangars. 

In view of the fact that the construction and manage- 
ment of a well-equipped airport requires the execution 
of a vast number of details, it was deemed advisable to 
appoint an executive bearing the title ''Superintendent 
of Airport," who should devote his entire time to the 
dualistic responsibility, first of supervising the develop- 
ment of the plans of construction, and subsequently^ of 
regulating the use of the airport as soon as portions of it 
should be completed. 

On March 1, 1929, this Board appointed Captain L. 
Edson to that position, w^ith a salary of 13,500 a year, 
which was later increased to $5,000 a year. 

Recommendations. 

In view of the number of public ceremonies that will 
take place at the proposed Tribune Building on Boston 
Common, 3,750 linear feet of movable wooden benches 
should be provided for the use of the public ; additional 
walks on this reservation should be newly surfaced. 

The statuary groups moved last year from the old 
Boston Post Office Building should be erected upon 
suitable pedestals in the Zoological Garden. 

New buildings are necessary at the following locations : 
Field houses at Almont Street Playground, Mattapan; 



Park Department. 13 

Columbus Park, South Boston; John A. Doherty Play- 
ground at Fields Corner, Dorchester; Jefferson Play- 
ground, Roxbury, and at Readville Playground. A new 
brick garage is needed at Franklin Park, as well as an 
addition to the greenhouses. The removal of the old 
wooden bath house at the Strandway Bathing Beach, 
opposite L street in South Boston, and the erection of a 
more modern structure at the same site is a necessity. 
A new bath house having been erected on the beach at 
World War Memorial Park, the old structure should be 
removed. Wooden shelters for the use of children 
should be erected at Wilham F. Smith Playground, 
Brighton; Christopher Lee Playground, South Boston, 
and at Franklin Field, Dorchester. 

Wire fences should be erected at the William J. 
Barry Playground, Charlestown; on the wall at the 
stadium in Columbus Park; at the Mission Hill Play- 
ground, Roxbury; at the newly acquired playground 
on Moreland street, Roxbury; at the John W. Murphy 
Playground in Jamaica Plain, also at Mount Hope 
Cemetery. 

Concrete bleachers should be erected at the Columbus 
Park Stadium. Concrete walks should be constructed 
at Fort Hill square, Boston proper; Horatio Harris 
Park, Dorchester; also at the Arborway in Jamaica 
Plain, and at Highland Park, Roxbury. Bituminous 
pavement should be laid on the Arborway easterly road- 
way, from Pond street to Centre street; in the Back 
Bay Fens on Charlesgate East and Charlesgate West, 
near Back street, and on Commonwealth avenue, side 
drive, near Warren street. Owing to the removal of 
street car tracks on Commonwealth avenue, near Lake 
street, this portion of this avenue should be widened, 
and paved with bituminous pavement, similar to the 
remaining portion of that avenue. 

jMuddy river, flowing as it does through the very 
heart of the main chain of parkways, has for many 
years been an offence to the eye, if not a menace to 
health, owing to the accumulation of decajdng materials 
therein. As the authorities of the town of Brookline 
and the City of Boston have happily agreed upon a 
solution to this problem, the dredging of this channel 
from Leverett pond to opposite St. Mary's street should 
be authorized. 

A rock garden should be constructed in Franklin Park. 
The following improvements should l)e made at the 



14 City Document No. 19. 

Boston Airport : Installation of additional surface water 
drains, the erection of additional wire and iron fences; 
the removal of old hangar building from center of flying 
field; the surfacing of roadways and parking areas. 
Planting beds should be prepared and shrubs planted 
therein; a timber seaplane ramp should be constructed; 
an illuminated identification roof sign is needed, as well 
as funds provided to fill additional areas. The con- 
crete cistern at the Aquarium should be waterproofed. 
The play area surface of the Prince Street Playground 
in the North End should be resurfaced. The Head 
House at Marine Park needs repairing and painting. 
Repairs are needed to the covered pier and public 
sanitary at Castle Island. Additional repairs are found 
necessary at the Cabot Street Bathhouse, Roxbury. 
The American Legion Playground in East Boston 
should be graded and loamed, and at Fairview Cemetery, 
Hyde Park, additional single grave sections should be 
developed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 



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Communication 

Motor vehicle repairs and care 

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37 



CASH RECEIPTS. 
For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1929. 



Park Division. 
From golf permits and use of lockers at Franls 

lin 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 labor and use of bandstands and equipment 

For damage to department property 

Settlement of claim 

Refund on motor oils 

From rents 

Sale of livestock .... 
Sale of junk, old tires, tubes, etc. 
From French Fund, income 



Bath Division. 

For use of bathing suits, towels, soap, etc. 

I'rom rents 

From permits 

From express charge refund 
Commission on telephones . 



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

Sinking Fund 

Department appropriation 



$31,106 00 

7,496 51 

4,272 38 

1,352 84 

88 

84 00 

127 50 

196 00 

3 24 

34,688 43 

650 00 

30 62 

200 00 



$40,857 29 

799 99 

25 00 

75 

112 86 



; 18,296 90 

3,507 39 

200 00 



),208 40 



41,795 89 
$122,004 29 



$122,004 29 



38 City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1929. 

Departmental Equipment: 

Snow plow, Dyar Sales & Machinery Com- 

pany *^*^ ^" 

Airport, Grading, etc.: 

Completion of payments: 
Excavating, grading, etc., contractor, Cole- 
man Brothers, Inc $20,117 ol 

Extension of North and South Runway, 

contractor, Coleman Brothers, Inc . . . 10,744 45 
Sewer and water pipe, contractor, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc 7,749 00 

Excavating and grading, contractor, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc 4,377 bO 

Sanitary building, contractor, Alphonsus L. 

Walsh 2,750 00 

Pay^nents on account: 

Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 2,696 54 

Labor ■. I'l^^ ^^ 

Erecting platform and house, R. A. Bossi 

Company 893 00 

Moving sanitary building, Coleman Brothers, „,„ ^„ 

jm> 819 00 

Furnishing and spreading cinders, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc 683 00 

Frames and covers. Mechanics Iron Foundry 

Company 300 00 

Borings, The Gow Company, Inc. . . . ^^o 19 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughhn ... ^73 75 
Blueprints, Spaulding-Moss Company . . ^66 m 
Office equipment, General Fireproofing Com- 
pany ]^^ *^ 

Traveling expenses, William P. Long . . 1^9 y^ 

Miscellaneous expenses co no 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 82 92 

Advertising, City Record -^i "^ ^^ ^^^ g^ 

Airport, Improvements: 

Grading and surfacing, contractor, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc $140,618 70 

Payments on account: 

Administration building, contractor, John B. „, „,^ ^^ 

Dolan 104,349 64 

Grading and fiUing, contractor, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc 22,872 01 

Boundary lights, contractor, Coleman 

Brothers, Inc .• • ^i'iH ^? 

Professional services, WiUiam D. Austm . 8,068 74 

FloodUght, General Electric Company . . 4,640 00 

LajjQP 1,663 08 

Cinder surface, Coleman Brothers, Inc. . 962 00 
Installing cable and lamps, Edison Electric 

Illuminating Company .... Vli ^^ 

Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 425 00 

Frames, R. A. Bossi Company . . . 244 00 

Carried forward $297,738 78 $53,949 84 



Park Department. 



39 



Brought forward $297,738 78 

Gratings, Mechanics Iron Foundry . 120 00 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 65 06 

Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin ... 26 00 

Advertising, City Record 14 50 

Amerena Park and Paris Street Playground, East Boston 
Payments on account: 
Field house, contractor, J. A. Singarella 

Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co 

Borings, The Gow Company, Inc. 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin . 
Advertising, City Record .... 



Animals, Birds, etc.: 

Animals and birds, John T. Benson 

Animals and birds, Louis Ruhe, Inc 

Birds, Ellis S. Joseph 

Animals, Henry Bartels . 

Birds, William J. Mackenses 

Fish, WiUiam J. O'Brien . 

Fish, New York Aquarium 

Express, American Railway Express Com 

pany . . . 
Birds, Gustave SelviUe . 
Birds, DeSchauensee-Smith 
Freight, Boston & Maine Railroad 

Aquarium, hnprovemerds: 

Removing tank and building new tank, 
R. A. Bossi Company .... 



Boston: 

$5,425 55 
275 00 


142 50 


68 50 


6 50 


$2,829 50 

2,720 00 

975 00 


965 00 


817 50 


625 00 


600 00 


268 09 


117 50 


80 00 


19 44 



Arnold Arboretum, Improvements:- 

Payments on account: 
Concrete walk, contractor, J. C. Coleman & 

Sons Company .... 
Hot asphalt, John McCourt Company 
Repairmg road, George J. Regan 
Fence, P. J. Dinn & Co. . 
Tarco, Trimount Oil Company 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Advertising, City Record . 



$7,471 92 
960 00 
955 35 
875 00 
246 51 
16 75 
6 00 



Barry Playground, Field House: 
Borings, The Gow Company, Inc. 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin . 

Boston Common and Public Garden, Improvements: 
Payments on account: 

Building work shop and tractor shed, con- 
tractor, R. A. Bossi Company . . . $ 

Constructing walks, contractor, John Mc 
Court Company 

Walks, contractor, Martin F. Gaddis . 

Treating trees, The New England Tree Ex 
pert Company 

Professional services, Joseph G. McGann 

Grading and loaming, John McCourt Com 
pany . 

Removing seats and posts, Martin F. Gaddis 

Sods, J. J. McCarthy .... 



Carried forward $37,830 80 $379,489 42 



$78 13 
53 50 



^4,141 45 

13,292 61 
6,377 29 

1,065 14 
940 15 

902 80 
559 73 
551 63 



$53,949 84 



297,964 34 



5,918 05 



10,017 03 
977 00 



10,531 53 



131 63 



40 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought fonvard ...... 

Installing guards, and repairs, P. J. Dinn & 

Co. . . . 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company 
Underground construction, Edison Electric 

Illuminating Company .... 
Painting, William P. Dolan .... 
Gratings, Gibby Foundry Company 
Gratings, Mechanics Iron Foundry Company, 
Cedar stakes. Department of Conservation 

and Development 

Repairs, John McCourt Company 
Sand, Boston Sand and Gravel Company 
Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Advertising, City Record .... 

Columbus Park, Improvements: 
Laying pipe, George J. Regan 
Repairing bridge, R. A. Bossi Company 
Bituroc, -Ohio Valley Rock Asphalt Com- 



pany 
Traffic beacon 



American Gas 



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reflectors, 

Acumulator Company .... 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff . 

Fens, Improvements: 

Filling and loaming, contractor, A. G. Toma- 
sello & Sons 

Bleachers, contractor, P.J. Cantwell & Sons, 
Completion of payments: 

Field house, contractor, John B. Dolan 
Payments on account: 

Concrete walks, contractor, D. M. Biggs 
&Co. . . . 

Labor . . . 

Granolithic walks, repairs, etc., A. G. Toma 
sello & Sons 

Grading, contractor, John J. Bird . 

Erecting hockey rink and repairs, R. A 
Bossi Company 

Treating trees. New England Tree Expert 

Company 

? Plants, Charles G. Curtis 

Replanking Audubon Road Bridge, con 
tractor, M. Solimando .... 

Driveways and excavating ditch, John Mc 
Court Company . 

Laying pipe, George J. Regan 

Tractor, New England Implement Company, 

Plants, R. & J. Farquhar Company 

Repairs, P. J. Cantwell . 
Completion of payments: 

Wooden shelter, contractor, C. & C. Con- 
struction Company 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff 

Catch basins, George J. Regan 

Repairs, F. L. LaPlante . . . . 

Professional services, William D. Austin 

Relocating lamp, Edison Electric Illuminat- 
ing Company 



$37,820 80 $379,489 42 

540 00 
272 00 



236 50 
222 75 
216 00 
128 00 

119 00 

110 50 

105 42 

93 93 

81 00 

16 25 



L,564 20 
953 00 

850 34 

821 68 
43 90 



$34,805 15 
22,737 19 

7,289 62 



5,414 80 
5,256 50 

3,381 82 
1,925 00 

1,766 81 

1,748 75 
1,625 00 

1,545 00 

1,158 40 

1,049 40 

933 00 

800 00 

787 00 



601 20 
564 08 
559 35 
490 05 
356 32 

346 48 



39,972 15 



4,233 12 



Carried forward $95,140 92 $423,694 69 



Paek Departmext. 



41 



Brought forward 

Loaming, J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Waterproofing walls, The Waterproofing 

Company .... 
Borings, The Gow Company, Inc. 
Placing tablet, John Evans & Co. 
Repairs, Hayes & Sullivan 
Express, New York, New Haven & 

Railroad . . . . . 
Photographs, Frank B. Conlin 
• Painting, William P. Dolan 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Plants, Bay State Nurseries . 
Advertising, City Record . 
Repairs, Edward C. Kelly 
Repairs, Warren Brothers 
Cleaning grounds, M. McGinnis Company 
Furniture, Massachusetts Reformatory 
Screens, Hart & Hutchinson Company 
Repairs, V. J. Kenneally Company 
Blueprints, Dadmun Company 

Francis Parkman Playground Building: 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Advertising, City Record . . . . 




$95,140 92 $423,694 69 
331 56 

320 00 
291 75 
275 00 
226 76 

191 92 
108 90 

99 00 

90 25 

78 03 

58 50 

55 08 

38 29 
120 00 

33 01 

20 00 

13 75 

12 00 
97,504 32 



Franklin Park, Im-provements: 

Wire cages, contractor, P. J. Dinn & Co. 
Grading and repairs, John McCourt Com- 
pany ........ 

Wire fence, gates, guard rails, etc., P. J. 

Dinn & Co 

Labor 

Erecting settees and removing booth, R. A 

Bossi Company 

Painting, William P. Dolan ... 
Repairs, Trask Heating Company 
Repairs, Hayes & Sullivan 
Removing statues, Austin Ford & Son . 
Treating trees. New England Expert Com 

pany 

Drainage, George J. Regan ... 
Repairs, John A. Gerrity ... 

Manure, grading, etc., Thomas J. Shea 
Repairs, Carlson Brothers Tool & Machinery 

Company 

Crushed stone. West Roxbury Trap Rock 

Company 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company 
Lumber, Tim-Manson-Huckins Company 
Repairs, Good Roads Machinery Company 
Repairs, Franklin Engineering Company 
Repairs, M. J. Grady & Son . 
Cleaning grounds, M. McGinnis Company 
Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Freight, New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad 

Repairs, Dyar Sales (fe Machinery Company 
Erecting silhouette, Dennis Driscoll & Co. 



$64 00 
7 25 



56,775 00 

2,314 00 

2,304 00 
2,100 00 

1,309 38 

1,212 75 

1,189 02 

931 71 

.896 20 

894 25 
891 00 
861 30 
792 79 

792 26 

726 00 
706 82 
549 22 
355 00 
297 00 
273 65 
130 00 
109 69 

102 60 
66 00 
40 00 



71 25 



Carried forward $26,619 64 $521,270 26 



42 City Document No. 19. 

Brought forward . . . ._ . . $26,619 64 $521,270 26 

Lamps, Edison Electric Illuminating Com- 
pany . . . . . . 11 66 

Advertising, City Record 6 75 

26,638 05 



Granolithic Walks, Columbia Station to the Fens: 
Payments on account: 

Concrete walks, Jamaicaway and Arborway, 
contractor, J. C. Coleman & Sons Com- 
pany . $16,158 33 

Concrete walks, Riverway, contractor, J. C. 

Coleman & Sons Company . . 4,450 90 

Concrete walk, contractor, J. J. McCarthy 

& Co 2,067 56 

Labor . 1,620 00 



George F. Parkman Fund, Building Addition and Alterations: 

Linoleum, John H. Pray & Sons Company . $395 00 

Repairs, M. J. Grady & Son . . . . 250 00 

Service pipe. Public Works Department . 116 16 

Vases and fountains, E. E. Soderholtz . . 80 76 

Independence Square, Improvements, South Boston: 

Grading, D. F. Reardon & Sons . . . $930 60 

Painting, William P. Dolan . . . . 113 85 

Labor 5 15 



24,296 79 



841 92 



1,049 60 
Jefferson School Playground, Locker Building, Grading, etc.: 

Backstop for tennis court, P. J. Dinn & Co., . . . 750 00 

Marine Park, Improvements, etc.: 

Bubble fountain, George J. Regan . . $1,717 65 

Repairs, R. A. Bossi Company . . . 1,255 00 

Repairs, John McCourt Company . . 1,252 00 

Concrete pier, D. F. Reardon & Sons . 490 05 

Fence, D. J. Dinn & Co. .... 300 00 

Removing yacht keel, C. A. Richmond . 50 00 



5,064 70 



Playground, Eagle Hill District, East Boston: 
Payments on account: 
Concrete bleachers, contractor, Ferrari & 

Petaccia ........ $4,424 37 

Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin . . . 18 00 

Advertising, City Record 6 25 

4,448 62 

Playground, Mattapan: 

Backstop for tennis court, P. J. Dinn & Co. ... 525 00 

Property, East Cottage, Pleasant and Pond Streets: 

Excavating and loaming, James L. Rock .... 594 53 

Public Golf Course: 

Professional services, Eugene F. Wogan . . . . 150 00 

Reconstructing and Repairing Parkways, and Road- 
ivays by Contract: 
Bitulithic pavement, contractor, Warren 

Brothers Company $31,668 91 

Payments on account: 
Bitulithic pavement, contractor, J. C. Cole- 
man & Sons Company .... 18,926 75 
Repairs, pavement, Warren Brothers Com- 
pany 2,444 18 



Carried forward $53,039 84 $585,629 47 



Paek Department. 



43 



Brought forward 

Repairs, pavement, John McCourt Company, 
Repairs, walls, Coleman Brothers, Inc. 
Repairs, pavement, J. C. Coleman & Sons 

Company 

Advertising, City Record 



Riverway, Im-provements: 
Labor . . . . . 
Cleaning catch basins, George J. Regan 
Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 
Advertising, City Record . 



Washington Park, Improvements, Roxbury 
Concrete walks, contractor, John F. 

&Co 

Labor, John F. Shea & Co. 

Frames and gratings, Mechanics 

Foundry Company . 
Advertising, City Record . 



Shea 
Iron 



William H. Garvey Playground, Improvements: 
Loam and filling, M. McGinnis Company . 

Worcester Square, Improvements: 

Labor 

Lumber, Curtis & Pope Lumber Company . 
Painting, William P. Dolan .... 
Hardware, Bigelow & Dowse Company 

World War Memorial Park, Improvements: 
Professional services, M. A. Dwyer Company, 
Garage, R. A. Bossi Company 
Typewriting, Mary L. Loughlin 

Advertising, City Record 

Professional services, Arthur A. Shurtleff 



Total 



$53,039 84 

1,836 00 

779 00 


$585,629 47 


289 00 




6 50 






55,950 34 




$4,560 00 
965 25 




21 95 




13 00 




7 75 






5,567 95 




$7,627 40 
869 77 




280 00 




5 75 






8,782 92 






1,475 00 


$182 31 
160 07 




108 90 




10 05 






461 33 


$1,865 50 
887 04 


137 75 




19 50 




13 28 


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$660,790 08 



Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding, December 31, 1929 

Resources. 
Sinking funds, December 31, 1929 



Net debt, December 31, 1929 



$5,085,500 00 

1,622,758 63 
$3,462,741 37 



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Attendance at Playgrounds, Season of 1929. 



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 Men's Gymnasium. . 

Doherty-Gibson Playground 

Frederick D. Emmons Playground 

William Eusti^ 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 

Portsmouth Street Playground . . . 

Ronan Park Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Stanley J. Ringer Playground. . . . 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

Matthew J. Sweeney Playground. 

Smith Pond Playground 

William F. Smith Playground . . . . 

George H. Walker Playground 

World War Memorial Playground, 
West Third Street Playground. . . . 

John Winthrop Playground 

John H. L. Noyes Playground . . . . 

Total 



157,082 
644,452 
252,924 
310,330 
120,424 
386,024 
483,666 
146,266 
568,845 
143,359 
277,713 
805,095 
353,521 
148,636 
307,759 
124,908 
690,943 
149,683 
1,762,125 
119,583 
324,824 
156,257 

98,915 
441,047 

66,149 

91,518 
339,146 
121,626 
611,990 

35,824 
143,068 
147,754 



10,621,346 



Park Department. 



53 



Report on Municipal Golf Links at Franklin Park, Season of 1929. 

Attendance, 61,237. 

Number of rounds played, 80,000. 

Annual permits issued, 1,785 at $10 each 

Daily permits issued, 10,067 at $1 each 

Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, 458 at .$3 each 

Lockers, 589 at S3 each ..... 

Professional's concession ....'. 



$17,850 00 

10,067 00 

1,374 00 

1,767 00 

48 00 

$31,106 00 



Toboggan Attendance, 1929. 

Franklin Park Slide. 
Sixteen days' and nights' coasting; attendance, 34,000. 

Billings Field Slide. 
Eleven daj^s' and nights' coasting; attendance, 11,500. 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1929. 





Indi- 
viduals. 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women . 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 


1,844 

4,1.35 

862 

.3,285 

32 

6,820 

45 

4,298 


914 
6,.360 
2,521 
3,213 
7,136 
3,700 
1,856 
5,099 
2,639 
1,404 
2,920 


1,913 
5,549 
5,509 
2,296 
4,659 
4,890 
2,503 
4,677 
4,000 
2,297 
4,044 


593 
3,225 
1,0.30 
1,646 
1,443 

447 

412 
2,319 
1,945 

473 
2,205 


973 
7,150 
2,856 
1,429 
3,076 
1,460 

862 
2,928 

732 

524 
1,326 


2,913 
7,739 
3,464 
1,950 
3,053 
8,310 
1,605 
4,193 
4,320 
3,987 
3,547 




9,150 


Columbia Road Gymnasium .... 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

Hyde Park Gymnasium 


1,361 
2,184 


35,519 
18,426 
13,819 


John J. Williams Gymnasium. . . 
Lexington Street Gymnasium . . . 


962 


20,361 
25,627 


North Bennet Street Gymnasium 




7,283 


Paris Street Gymnasium 




23,514 






13,636 


Tyler Street Gymnasium 


232 




8,917 


Vine Street Gymnasium 


468 


14,510 








Total 


21,553 


37,762 


42,337 


15,738 


23,316 


45,081 


4,975 


190,762 







54 



City Document No. 19. 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1929. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. I Girls. 

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Total. 



Cabot Street Bath 

Curtis Hall Bath 

Columbia Road Bath 

L Street Bath 

Broadway Bath 

Dover Street Bath 

Hyde Park Bath 

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

Paris Street Bath 

Roslindale Bath 

Tyler Street Bath 

Vine Street Bath 

Totals 



37,913 
61,163 
39,325 

504,619 
74,050 

139,339 
20,301 

266,350 
53,316 
95,720 

184,450 
29,600 
44,615 
76,420 



19,488 
34,588 
21,090 
128,945 
26,800 

8,022 
10,334 

8,708 
32,465 
37,600 
22,305 

6,154 
15,684 
37,060 



8,727 
16,217 

4,050 
55,270 
34,400 
16,032 

3,605 
65,572 
13,677 
51,995 
59,215 

2,835 

9,322 
18,500 



1,627,181 



409,243 



359,417 



13,533 

13,400 

4,790 

92,605 

18,200 

22,823 

4,660 

5,760 

24,315 

32,105 

12,605 

3,245 

8,502 

24,820 



281,363 



79,661 
125,368 

69,255 
781,439 
153,450 
186,216 

38,900 
346,390 
123,773 
217,420 
278,575 

41,834 

78,123 
156,800 



2,677,204 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1929. 





Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Pool 


10,078 
8,819 

270,730 

30,445 

9,444 

173,725 
25,465 
29,715 
25,845 
11,735 

504,619 


6,951 
16,827 

143,050 
61,075 
30,028 
31,965 
55,115 

121,480 
44,790 
47,775 

128,945 


4,057 

6,862 

287,570 

29,130 

6,521 
73,870 
23,790 
28,507 
31,706 

9,390 
55,270 


8,338 
8,297 
146,250 
56,135 
19,065 
30,815 
47,615 
90,555 
49,126 
34,975 
92,605 


29,424 


Curtis Hall Pool 


40,805 




847,600 




176,785 




65,058 


Head House Beach 


310,375 


North End Park Beach 


151,985 


Savin Hill Beach 


270,257 


Tenean Beach 


151,467 


World War Memorial Park Beach.. 
L Street Beach 


103,875 
781,439 






Totals 


1,100,620 


688,001 


556,673 


c83,776 


2,929,070 



Park Department. 



55 



Band Concerts, Season 1929. 



Date 
1929. 


Name of Place. 


Name of Band. 


Number 

of 
Pieces . 


July 


7.. 

7.. 

7.. 

7... 
14... 
14... 
14... 
14... 
14... 
21... 
21... 
21... 
21... 
21... 
28... 
28... 
28... 
28... 
28... 
4... 
4... 

IS... 
18... 
18... 
18... 




First Corps Cadets 

241st Coast Artillery 


40 


July 


Franklin Park 


26 


July 
July 
July 




26 




Bostonia. 


26 






40 


July 


Franklin Park 


Clarke's . . 


26 


July 






26 


July 


World War Memorial Park 

McConnell Park 




26 


July 


Allston Post No. 669 Band 


26 


July 


Boston Common 


40 


July 


Franklin Park 




26 


July 




lOlst Engineers. 


26 


July 






26 


July 


World War Memorial Park 


Ward's Military 


26 


July 


First Corps Cadets 

101st Engineers. 


40 


July 


Franklin Park 


26 


July 






26 


July 






26 


July 


Billings Field 




26 


August 


Boston Common 




40 


August 


Franklin Park 




26 


August 


Jamaica Pond 


Elks' .... 


26 


August 


Marine Park 


Hub City 


26 


August 


Boston Common 




40 


August 


Franklin Park 


Elks' 


26 


August 


Jamaica Pond 




26 


August 


Marine Park 




26 


August 


Hyde Park 




26 


August 


McConnell Park 


Cecil W. Fogg Post 

Old Colony 


26 


August 


Madison Park 


26 


August 


Boston Common 




40 


August 


Franklin Park 


Ward's 


26 


August 


Jamaica Pond 




26 


August 


Marine Park 




26 











56 City Document No. 19. 

Band Concert, Season 1929. — Concluded. 



Date 
1929. 




Name of Place. 


Name of Band. 


Number 

of 
Pieces. 






Ro-xbury Military. . . 


40 


August 25 . 
August 25. 
August 25. 
August 25. 
August 25 . 
.\ugust 25. 
August 25. 
September 1 . 






101st Veterans 


26 




Boston Fusiliers . 


26 




Hub City 


26 


World War Memorial Park 

Billings Field 




26 


General Edwards 

Old Colony 


26 




26 




Stone's Military 


20 


Boston Common 


Ives' 


40 




World War Memorial Park 




26 




Stone's Military 

Cecil Fogg Post 


26 


September 1 . 


Smith's Field 


26 




South Boston Swimming Meet.. . 


Ward's 


26 











Park Department. 57 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1929, to December 
31, 1929. 

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. 

Ward 1. 

Square Feet. 

Bennington Street 157,500 

Ward 1. 
Rainsford Island 43,560 

Charlestown. 

Ward 2. 

Bunker Hill 48,202 

Phipps Street 76,740 

City Proper. 

Ward 3. 

Copp's Hill, Hull street 89,015 

King's Chapel, Tremont street .... 19,344 

Granary, Tremont street 82,063 

Ward 8. 
South End South, Washington street . . . 64,670 

Ward 5. 
Central, Common 60,693 

South Boston. 

Ward 6. 

Hawes, Emerson street 11,232 



58 City Document No. 19. 

DOBCHESTER. 

Ward 13. 

Square Feet. 

North, Upham's Corner . . . . . . 142,587 

RO XBURY. 

Ward 8. 
Eliot, Eustis street 34,830 

Dorchester. 

Ward 17. 

South, Dorchester avenue ..... 95,462 

West Roxbury. 

Ward 20. 

Westerly, Centre street 39,450 

Walter street 35,100 

Ward 14. 
Mt. Hope, Walk Hill street, 125 acres and 14,330 square 
feet. 

Hyde Park. 
Ward 18. 
Fairview Cemetery, Fairview avenue, about fifty acres. 

Brighton. 
Ward 21. 
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 Ceine- 
tery, Brighton; one receiving tomb in Mt. Hope Cemetery and 
one receiving tomb in Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park. 



Park Department. 



59 



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December 31, 1929. 



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11,513 00 

15,572 50 

4,015 55 

2,035 00 

1,447 00 

1,197 00 

274 00 

244 00 

204 00 

230 00 

75 00 

37 00 

10 00 


$3,000 00 

1,880 00 

2,897 50 

880 30 

480 00 

7 00 

294 00 

40 00 

73 00 

66 00 

5 00 

5 00 


$900 00 

1,575 00 

1,386 00 

606 35 

385 00 

32 00 

231 OC 

198 00 

24 00 

24 00 

15 00 

20 00 




Graves sold 




Interments 


$137 00 


Foundations ; . 


25 50 


Device 


10 00 


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6 00 


Care 


49 00 


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Use of chapel 




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Totals, general receipts. ... .... ... 


$47,633 05 


$9,628 30 


$5,396 35 


$227 50 








$10,997 68 
12,357 50 


$2,395 55 
3,215 00 


$3,128 95 
4,961 00 


$400 64 


Receipts credited on perpetual care interest 


597 00 



Park Department. 



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Mt. Hope Cemetery, Extension and Development. 

Appropriation, December 1, 1927 $25,000 00 

Expended, 1928 19,028 20 

$5,971 80 

Expended, 1929: 

C. M. Callahan $1,956 58 

Marinucci Brothers 2,847 03 

4,803 61 

Unexpended , . . . . $1,168 19 



Department Expen-ditures, 1929, as per Budget Sheet, 
December 31, 1929. 



Group and Item. 



Total 

Expenditures 

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$134,067 20 


117,626 


72 


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3,570 48 


16,622 69 


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70 


3,187 


87 


339 


61 


170 


76 


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26 


79 


1,668 


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1. Permanent employees 

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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 

22. Medical 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing 

39. General plant 

C. Equipment 

4. Motor vehicles 

6. Stable 

9. Office 

13. Tools and instruments 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

Carried forward 



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Department Expenditures, 1929, as per Budget Sheet, 
December 31, 1929. — Concluded. 



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Total 

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D. vSuPPLIES 

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2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory 
8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet. . . . 

10. Agricultural 

11. Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinfectants. 
16. General plant 

E. Materials 

1. Building 

2. Highway 

13. General plant 

F. Special Items 

11. Workingmen's compensation 

Total 



8153,877 76 

7,727 98 

1,217 48 

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1,334 14 

1,493 34 

7 48 

12 38 

3,310 53 

195 27 

49 40 

57 96 

2,801 40 

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1,676 90 

1,122 62 

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