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CttB Of Boston 

PARK DEPARTMENT 



FIFTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF Commissioners 



Year Ending December 31, 1932 




Printed for the department 
1933 



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[Document 19 — 1933. 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1932. 



Boston, December 31, 1932. 

Hon. James M. Curley, 
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 1932. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures for Maintenance, January 1 to December 31, 1932. 

Parks and Gardens. 
Algonquin square . 
Alvah Kittredge park 
Andrew Henry square 
Aquarium 
Arborway 
Arnold Arboretum 
Belmont square 
Berners square 
Braddock park 
Blackstone square 
Bromley park 
Brighton square 
Jackson square 
Fern square . 
Boston Common grounds 
Boston Common, Park Street Station 
Boston Common, West Street Station 
Boston Common, Flagstaff Hill Station 
Boston Common, Deer Park and Tool House 
Boston Common Bandstand 
Cedar square . 
Centervale park 
Central square 
Charlesbank . 
Charlestown Heights 
Chestnut Hill park 
Camp Meiggs 
City square 
Columbia road 
Columbus square . 
Commonwealth avenue, main 
Commonwealth avenue, extension 
Concord square 
Copley square 
Copp's Hill terraces 
Cornelius T. Mahoney square 
City Hall grounds 
Dorchester park 
Drohan square 
Eaton square .... 
Edward Everett square 
Edward M. Cunningham square 
Elm Hill park 
Essex square . 
Fens 

Carried forward 



$125 


00 


138 


50 


90 


00 


37,308 


65 


6,761 


97 


4,166 


13 


264 


03 


70 


50 


115 


00 


1,292 


51 


291 


78 


81 


00 


87 


50 


120 


00 


21,249 


08 


4,261 


95 


3,207 49 


1,557 43 


2,311 


20 


2,200 


09 


146 


25 


7 


50 


332 


53 


8,659 


55 


4,887 


03 


4,276 


20 


398 


00 


433 


28 


7,711 


76 


145 


00 


12,117 


78 


11,788 40 


315 48 


66 


06 


2,113 


11 


173 


25 


286 


65 


2,869 


06 


142 


75 


396 


20 


165 


07 


130 


00 


190 95 


75 


00 


26,963 


75 


$170,490 42 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
Florida street 
Fort Hill square 
Francis G. Hanlon square 
Francis Kane square 
Franklin square 
Franklin Park, grounds 
Franklin Park, Administration Building, shops 

etc 

Franklin Park, Refectory Building 

Franklin Park, Overlook Building 

Franklin Park, Schoolmaster's Hill 

Franklin Park, Rock garden 

Franklin Park Rose garden . 

Franklin Park, Golf 

Franklin Park, Greenhouse . 

Franklin Park, Toboggan slides 

Franklin Park, Ellicott Cottage 

Fred C. W. Olsen square 

General Heath square . 

Gordon E. Denton square . 

Greenwood square 

Gustave Emmett square 

Hayes square .... 

Herbert J. Wolf square 

Highland park 

Horace C. Wood worth square 

Horatio Harris park 

Independence square 

Irving W. Adams park 

John E. Donovan park 

Lieut. Parker B. Jones square 

Lincoln square 

Linwood park 

Longwood park 

Madison park 

Marine Park and Castle Island 

Massachusetts avenue 

Maverick square . 

Mount Bowdoin green 

Murray park . 

Oak square 

Oakview terrace 

Olmsted park 

Orchard park . 

Peabody square 

Prescott square 

Public Garden 

Carried forward 



$170,490 42 


199 


25 


484 


00 


137 


03 


129 


52 


1,424 


12 


45,794 


82 


40,943 


23 


4,665 


06 


216 


15 


175 43 


3,647 


56 


6,991 


80 


25,102 


76 


41,510 


67 


2,335 


98 


29 


00 


86 


03 


159 


59 


77 


50 


125 


03 


65 


00 


248 


02 


94 29 


328 


92 


75 


00 


1,118 43 


2,676 82 


464 


50 


392 


50 


78 


53 


290 


20 


61 


03 


80 


00 


1,433 


21 


15,920 


13 


1,254 63 


426 


03 


420 


00 


2,270 00 


175 


00 


83 


45 


14,680 42 


1,498 08 


105 


00 


292 


06 


29,204 56 


$418,460 


76 



4 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Putnam square 
Public golf course . 
Richardson square 
Riverway 
Rutland square 
Savin Hill park 
Seaver street . 
Soldiers' Monument lot 
Spaulding square . 
Statler park 
St. Stephen square 
Strandway 
Sullivan square 
Thomas park . 
Tremlett square 
Union park 
Vincent Cutillo park 
Walnut park . 
Waltham square . 
Warren square 
Washington park 
Wellesley park 
West Roxbury Parkway 
William B. Corbett park 
Williams square 
Winthrop square . 
Wolcott square 
Worcester square . 
World War Memorial Park 
Webster square (Hyde Park) 
Zoological Garden, general . 
Zoological Garden, bird house 
Zoological Garden, bear dens 
Zoological Garden, elephant house 
Zoological Garden, lion house 
Zoological Garden, animal ranges 
Zoological Garden, service station 



28 
03 
28 
25 
25 
03 



$418,460 76 
271 03 

35,068 25 
451 38 

13,088 13 

170 50 
1,418 

81 

139 

117 

30 

227 

14,150 33 

387 00 

2,298 69 

171 00 
230 50 

2,856 25 

156 00 

211 

157 

1,416 

479 

571 

401 

90 

439 

115 

752 

12,335 42 

25 00 

36,639 67 

19,428 25 

4,820 12 

7,232 08 

5,236 28 

10,441 83 

6,779 95 

$597,346 76 



24 
87 
76 
50 
63 
45 
00 
70 
00 
07 



Playgrounds. 

Almont Street Playground . 
Arthur F. McLean Park Playground 
Billings Field Playground 
Brookside Avenue Playground . 
Ceylon Street Playground . 
Charlestown Playground 

Carried forward .... 



$2,902 57 


892 03 


5,664 84 


5,960 36 


937 53 


8,830 73 


$25,188 06 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
Cherry Street Playground . 
Christopher J. Gibson Playground 
Christopher J. Lee Playground 
Columbus Park Playground 
Dunbar Avenue Playground 
American Legion Playground 
Fallon Field Playground 
Foster Street Playground 
Francis Parkman Playground 
Franklin Field Playground . 
Frederick D. Emmons Playground 
George H. Walker Playground . 
Jefferson Playground 
James L. Cronin Playground 
James F. Healey Playground 
John J. Connolly Playground 
John A. Doherty Playground 
John F. Holland Playground 
John H. L. Noyes Playground . 
J. M. and J. J. Sulhvan Playground 
John W. Murphy Playground 
John Winthrop Playground 
Lester J. Rotch Playground 
Mary Draper Playground . 
Mary E. Hemenway Playground 
Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 
McConnell Park Playground 
McKinney Playground 
Nashua Street Playground . 
Mission Hill Playground 
Portsmouth Street Playground 
Prince Street Playground 
Thomas J. Roberts Playground 
Readville Playground . 
Rev. Father Buckley Playground 
Ripley Playground 
Rogers Park Playground 
Ronan Park Playground 
Smith's Pond Playground . 
Stanley H. Ringer Playground 
Tyler Street Playground 
West Third Street Playground 
William Eustis Playground . 
William J. Barry Playground 
William E. Carter Playground 
William H. Garvey Playground 
William Amerena Playground 
Webster Avenue Playground 

Carried Jonoard 



$25,188 06 


1,834 


09 


5,335 


35 


4,383 


50 


16,977 


85 


1,951 


21 


1,671 


39 


4,945 


14 


157 


96 


3,106 


94 


20,817 


51 


4,701 


72 


4,549 


58 


2,299 


63 


5,009 


77 


4,379 


04 


9,559 


97 


1,004 45 


3,044 


70 


3,722 


68 


3,375 


98 


4,090 95 


3,138 


06 


3,457 


56 


1,001 


06 


4,538 49 


2,299 


40 


4,470 


09 


1,858 


31 


9 


87 


3,487 


13 


398 41 


1,137 


28 


1,400 


24 


1,934 


79 


617 


07 


1,236 90 


3,649 


27 


7,139 


73 


4,395 


85 


4,011 


62 


1,040 


09 


2,194 


23 


5,151 


54 


4,533 


10 


3,533 


29 


4,625 


16 


3,517 


36 


2,739 


05 


$209,622 42 



6 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
L. Gertrude Howes Playground 
William F. Smith Playground 
Parker Hill Playground 
Paris Street Playground 



$209,622 42 

1,568 64 

3,589 01 

1,539 61 

109 69 

$216,429 37 



Gymnasia. 

Cabot Street Gymnasium . 
Columbia Road Gymnasium 
Curtis Hall Gymnasium 
Hyde Park Gymnasium 
John J. Williams Gymnasium 
Lexington Street Gymnasium 
North Bennet Street Gymnasium 
Paris Street Gymnasium 
Roslindale Gymnasium 
Tyler Street Gymnasium 
Vine Street Gymnasium 
Property, C and Athens street . 



,960 25 
11,718 46 
13,728 36 

7,404 05 
11,819 48 

9,025 79 
29,002 45 
26,336 41 

8,047 42 

8,687 67 

10,769 58 

85 08 

$166,585 00 



Baths and Beaches. 

Broadway Bath House 
Dover Street Bath House and Laundry 
Columbus Park Beach .... 
Dewey Beach . . . . • . 

Freeport Street Beach .... 
L Street Bath House and Beach 
Marine Park, Head House Beach 
North End Park Beach and Laundry 

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach 

World War Memorial Park Beach 

Repair Room, Sewing Room and Stock Room, 

Repair Yard, East Boston 



$15,982 70 

77,561 56 

29,950 59 

6,850 63 

3,302 17 

65,547 78 

17,756 70 

23,113 40 

6,713 19 

5,865 64 

4,775 61 

16,252 91 

4,903 26 

$278,576 14 



Boston Airport, East Boston 
Celebrations and Entertainments 



,842 71 



,543 66 



Park Department. 



General Expense. 

Central office — Administration 

Suppression of moths 

Stables 

Street trees 

Miscellaneous 

Pensions and annuities 

Automobiles, tractors, wagons, etc 



$85,929 25 
18,338 86 
10,978 39 
20,132 13 
3,207 92 
5,251 97 
59,970 75 

$203,809 27 



Recapitulation. 
Parks and gardens 
Playgrounds .... 
Gymnasia .... 
Baths and beaches 
Boston Airport, East Boston 
Celebrations and entertainments 
General expense .... 



$597,346 76 
216,429 37 
166,585 00 
278,576 14 
39,842 71 
1,543 66 
203,809 27 



:,504,132 91 



8 City Document No. 19. 

Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
January 1, 1932, to December 31, 1932. 

Airport, Improvements $647,703 91 

American Legion Playground, East Boston, Improve- 
ments 8,080 12 

Animals, Birds, etc 2,771 22 

Aquarium, Improvements 1,711 86 

Arnold Arboretum, Improvements 1,142 46 

Barry Playground, Improvements, etc. .... 1,798 18 

Boston Common and Public Garden, Improvements . 5,170 12 

Carolina Avenue Playground 74 97 

Castle Island and Marine Park, Improvements, etc. . . 68,664 05 

Charlestown Heights, Improvements, etc 21,081 24 

Columbus Park and Strandway, Improvements, etc. . 38 24 
Common and Parks in existence on January 12, 1887, 

Maintenance and Improvement of 142,630 82 

Dunbar Avenue Playground, Improvements, etc. . . 42,976 30 
Fallon Field Playground, Additional Land and Construc- 
tion 12,689 42 

Fallon Field Playground, Improvements, etc. . . . 14,682 01 

Fens, Improvements 19,421 65 

Francis Parkman Playground, Improvements, etc. . . 335 00 

Franklin Park, Improvements 67,418 15 

Highland Park, Improvements, etc 207 90 

James F. Healey Playground, Improvements . . . 1,835 00 
Jefferson School Playground, Locker Building, Grading, 

etc 2,733 36 

John J. Connolly Playground, Improvements, etc. . . 13,915 35 

Madison Park, Improvements 865 00 

Marine Park, Improvements, etc 621 25 

Mary Hemenway Playground, Improvements . . . 5,848 11 

Maverick Square Improvements, East Boston . . . 650 00 

McConnell Park Playground, Improvements, etc. . . 24,734 42 

Muddy River and Leverett Pond, Improvements . . 10 90 
North End Park, Bath House and Laundry Building and 

Equipment, etc 16,198 13 

Park, Vicinity of Nashua and Leverett Streets . . . 2,833 03 
Playground, Brookside Avenue and Cornwall Street . . 16 75 
Playground, Faneuil District, Brighton .... 2,482 96 
Playground, Fourth Section, East Boston, Land and Con- 
struction 17,447 80 

Playground, Germantown, West Roxbury District, Land 

and Improvement 37,272 40 

Playground, Junction of Winthrop, Fairland and More- 
land Streets, Land and Construction .... 5,633 88 
Playground, Parker Hill, Improvements, etc. . . . 16,589 30 
Playground, Vicinity of Dunbar Avenue .... 6,376 51 

Public Golf Course 55,182 39 

Reconstructing and Repairing Parkways and Roadways by 

Contract 34,974 42 

Riverway, Improvements 866 25 

Rogers Park, Additional Land and Improvements . . 3,666 20 

Rogers Park, Improvements, etc 15,853 22 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground, Improvements . . . 20,444 25 

Thomas Park, Improvements, South Boston . . . 13 90 

Transportation of Children 4,788 23 

Webster Avenue Playground, Improvements . . . 3,641 55 

West Roxbury Parkway, Chapter 420, Acts of 1930 . . 205 SO 

William Amerena Playground, Improvements . . . 6,790 86 

William H. Garvey Playground, Improvements . . . 447 75 

$1,361,536 59 



Park Department. 9 

CASH RECEIPTS. 
From January 1, 1932, to December 31, 1932. 

Park Division. 
From golf permits and use of lockers at Frank- 
lin Park Golf Links $26,358 00 

From permits for openings, occupations, etc. . 307 12 
From permits for sale of refreshments, novel- 
ties, etc 287 66 

From sale of old material 35 00 

Refunds and settlement of claims . . . 229 70 

For labor, flagging cross country course . . 90 00 

Commission on telephones 48 17 

For labor, suppression of gypsy and brown-tail 

moths 6,953 81 

For use of towels and soap in playground 

houses 3,306 02 

From sale of animals 450 00 

From rents 24,616 72 

Trust Funds, income 1,339 30 

Sinking Fund receipts ...... 7,632 10 

$71,653 60 

Bath Division. 

For use of bathing suits, towels, etc. . . $48,670 20 

From sale of boat 45 00 

From permit for sale of refreshments . . 25 00 

Commission on telephones 139 05 

48,879 25 

Total $120,532 85 

Above receipts were credited as follows: 
General revenue, city income .... $111,561 45 
Department appropriations .... 1,339 30 

Sinking Fund 7,632 10 

$120,532 85 

Public Park and Playground Debt. 

Liabilities. 
Total loans outstanding December 31, 1932 .... $5,819,500 00 

Resources. 
Sinking funds December 31, 1932 1,047,330 90 

Net debt December 31, 1932 $4,772,169 10 



10 



City Document No. 19. 



Attendance at Playgrounds, Season of 1932. 



Name op Playground. 



Attendance. 



Almont Street Playground 

Billings Field Playground 

Brookside Avenue Playground 

Ceylon Street Playground 

Charlesbank Playground 

Charlestown Playground 

Charlestown Heights Playground 

Cherry Street Playground 

Christopher J. Lee Playground 

Columbus Park Playground 

Columbus Park Stadium 

Dorchester Park Playground 

Fallon Field Playground 

Fens Stadium Playground 

Francis Parkm n Playground 

Franklin Field Playground 

Fred D. Emmons Playground 

George H. Walker Playground 

James L. Cronin Playground 

James F. Healey Playground 

John A. Doherty Playground 

John J. ConnoUy Playground 

John F. Holland Playground 

John W. Murphy Playground 

John H. L. Noyes Playground 

J. M. and J. J. Sullivan Playground. 

John Winthrop Playground 

Jefferson Playground 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

Mary Hemenway Playground 

McConnell Park Playground 

Mission Hill Playground 

Matthew J. Sweeney Playground. . . . 

Portsmouth Street Playground 

Readville Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 



95,000 
194,000 

27,000 

19,000 

21,174 
206,670 

10,000 

45,000 
283,000 
205,860 
190,095 

25,000 
125,000 
250,000 

24,000 
775,000 

27,000 
137,000 

75,000 
120,000 
230,000 
230,000 

42,650 
146,000 

37,500 

46,000 

75,510 
238,000 
175,000 

60,000 
145,000 
160,000 

30,877 
128,750 
115,000 
144,800 
275,000 



Park Department. 



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Name of Playground 

Ripley Playground 

Smith's Pond Playground 

Stanley W. Ringer Playground 

Thomas J. Roberts Playground 

Tyler Street Playground 

West Third Street Playground 

William Amerena Playground 

William J. Barry Playground 

William Eustis Playground 

William H. Garvey Playground 

William E. Carter Playground 

William F. Smith Playground 

World War Memorial Playground 

Totals 



Attendance. 



23,000 

142,700 

86,400 

175,000 

18,000 

26,995 

47,000 

175,000 

194,750 

165,000 

390,000 

315,000 

182,000 



7,075,731 



Franklin Park Toboggan Slide. 

Nine days' and nights' coasting; attendance, 19,550. 



Report on Municipal Qolf Links at Franklin Park, Season of 1932. 

Opening Date — A'pril 18, 1932. Closing Date — December 1, 

1932. 
Attendance, 64,578. 
Number of rounds played, 70,000. 

Annual permits issued, 1,802 at $10 each . . $18,020 00 

Daily permits issued, 6,368 at $1 each . . . 6,368 00 

Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, 74 at $3 each . 222 00 

Lockers, 578 at $3 each 1,734 00 

Professional's concession 14 00 



,358 00 



12 



City Document No. 19. 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1932. 





Indi- 
viduals. 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 


1,962 
6,025 
1,481 
4,720 


2,242 
8,830 
3,086 
3,145 
5,285 
5,072 
2,560 
6,657 
4,160 
2,629 
3,333 


1,581 
7,865 
6,037 
2,197 
6,577 
6,230 
1,050 
5,556 
5,405 
4,131 
7,572 


1,241 
4,625 
1,100 
1,882 
1,410 
1,965 
595 
2,717 
2,500 
1,197 
2,565 


1,950 
8,785 
3,631 
1,368 
2,821 
1,517 
97 
3,991 
1,621 
907 
1,890 


2,704 
6,297 
5,823 
2,549 
1,875 
5,160 
429 
4,618 
5,270 
1,572 
4,090 




11,680 


Columbia Road Gymnasium .... 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

Hyde Park Gymnasium 


2,426 
1,284 


44,853 
22,442 
15,861 


John J. Williams Gymnasium . . . 


578 


18,546 


Lexington Street Gymnasium . . . 


6,982 


26,926 


North Bennet Street Gymnasium, 




4,731 


Paris Street Gymnasium 


5,580 
399 
158 




29,119 


Roslindale Gymnasium 




19,355 


Tyler Street Gymnasium 




10,594 




436 


19,886 






Totals 


27,307 


46,999 


54,201 


21,797 


28,578 


40,387 


4,724 


223,993 







Skating Attendance Report, 

Billings Field Playground 
Charlestown Playground . 
Columbus Park Playground 
Fallon Field Playground . 
Fens Stadium Playground 
Francis Parkman Playground 
Franklin Field Playground 
James L. Cronin Playground 
John A. Doherty Playground 
John W. Murphy Playground 
John H. L. Noyes Playground 
Jefferson Playground 
Marine Park .... 
Mary Hemenway Playground 
McConnell Park Playground . 
Portsmouth Street Playground 
Public Garden .... 
Smiths Pond Playground 
Stanley W. Ringer Playground 
William Amerena Playground 
William J. Barry Playground . 
William Eustis Playground 
William H. Garvey Playground 
William E. Carter Playground 
William F. Smith Playground 
World War Memorial Playground 



1932. 



35,000 
41,500 
22,795 
22,000 
25,000 
9,000 

125,000 
15,000 
39,000 
11,000 
10,000 
15,000 
30,000 
11,000 
35,000 
8,000 

100,000 
40,000 
14,000 
20,000 
11,000 
20,000 
25,000 
55,000 
35,000 
75,000 



849,295 



Park Department. 



13 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1932. 



Place. 



Men. 


Boys. 


■Women. 


Girls. 


88,02.5 


33,975 


44,080 


24,370 


47,270 


24,584 


13,707 


15,788 


61,250 


34,600 


5,250 


4,785 


59,617 


34,178 


18,140 


12,808 


135,400 


7,435 


11,635 


18,180 


23,185 


11,655 


4,720 


6,320 


185,070 


17,750 


79,840 


9,020 


52,253 


34,778 


13,052 


23,987 


120,930 


37,7.30 


65,350 


31,900 


201,870 


20,680 


73,185 


11,780 


36,900 


10,110 


3,175 


4,000 


52,316 


15,886 


10,035 


8,241 


93,400 


29,585 


19,805 


26,630 


461,578 


96,281 


77,934 


118,471 
316,280 


619,064 


409,227 


439,908 



Total. 



Broadway Bath House 

Cabot Street Bath House 

Columbia Road Bath House 

Curtis HaU Bath House 

Dover Street Bath House 

Hyde Park Bath House 

J. J. WiUiams Building Bath House 

Lexington Street Bath House 

North Bennet Street Bath House . . . 

Paris Street Bath House 

Roslindale Bath House 

Tyler Street Bath House 

,Vine Street Bath House 

L Street Bath House 

Totals 



190,450 

101,349 

105,885 

124,743 

172,650 

45,880 

291,680 

124,070 

255,910 

307,515 

54,185 

86,478 

169,420 

754,264 

784,479 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1932. 



Place. 


Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Pool 


4,490 

5,342 

679,515 

39,480 

14,523 

130,525 

103,765 

123,912 

39,087 

180,550 
442,302 


6,069 

15,045 

281,770 

72,755 

26,008 

37,565 

128,165 

293,619 

75,522 

136,450 
96,281 


4,157 

8,365 

626,015 

34,115 

16,067 

49,715 

106,385 

128,969 

70,534 

37,540 
77,934 


7,658 

7,783 

252,159 

66,380 

25,959 

20,990 

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119,290 

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Curtis HaU Pool 


36,535 


Columbus Park Beach 


1,839,459 
212,730 


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82,557 
238,795 


North End Park Beach 

Savin Hill Beach 


472,955 
792,343 


Tenean Beach 


304,433 


World War Memorial Park 


439,145 


L Street Beach 


734,988 






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1,169,249 


1,159,796 


1,083,778 


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PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1932, to December 
31, 1932. 

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: 

Square feet. 

157,500 
43,560 
48,202 
76,740 
89,015 
19,344 
82,063 
60,693 
64,670 
11,232 

142,587 
34,830 
95,462 
39,450 
35,100 



Bennington Street, East Boston 

Rainsford Island 

Bunker Hill, Charlestown .... 

Phipps Street, Charlestown .... 

Copp's Hill, Hull street. City Proper 

King's Chapel, Tremont street, City Proper 

Granary, Tremont street, City Proper . 

Central, Common, City Proper 

South End South, Washington street. City Proper, 

Hawes, Emerson street. South Boston . 

North, Upham's Corner, Dorchester 

Eliot, Eustis street, Roxbury .... 

South, Dorchester avenue, Dorchester . 

Westerly, Centre street. West Roxbury . 

Walter Street, West Roxbury .... 

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

Fairview Cemetery, Fairview avenue, Hyde Park, about fifty 

acres. 
Evergreen, Commonwealth avenue, Brighton, 604,520 square 

feet. 
Market Street, Brighton, 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 Cemetery, 
Brighton; one receiving tomb in Mt. Hope Cemetery and one 
receiving tomb in Fair\'iew Cemetery, Hyde Park. 



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City Document No. 19. 



Summary Statement of Cemetery Activities, January 1 to 
December 31, 1932. 



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140 
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304 

106 

69 


4,238 

676 

529 

117 

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Totals 


2,006 


286 


479 


5,595 


3,095 


37 


63 


379 


98 


95 







Cemetery Division Receipts, January I to December 31, 1932. 



General 
Receipts. 



Perpetual 

Care 
Receipts. 



Interest on 

Perpetual 

Care. 



Mount Hope 

Fairview 

Evergreen 

Dorchester North. 
Dorchester South . 
Bennington Street . 

Bunker Hill 

Central 

Copp's Hill 

Granary 

King's Chapel. . . . , 

Phipps Street 

Westerly 



$39,865 90 

11,213 60 

7,448 90 

175 00 

39 50 

26 00 



$10,745 00 
4,605 00 
4,456 00 



15 00 



25 00 



45 00 



$12,694 34 

2,805 27 

3,746 10 

428 25 

141 73 

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50 00 
100 00 
100 00 

10 00 
210 05 



$58,853 90 



$19,806 00 



$20,436 14 



Total, General Fund, December, 31, 1931. 

Interest, General Fund, 1932 

General Receipts, 1932 



Total, Perpetual Care Fund December 31, 1931. 
Perpetual Care Receipts, 1932 



$1,257,164 03 
53,522 18 
58,853 90 

$503,609 45 
19,806 00 



$1,369,540 11 



523,415 45 



Total, Cemetery Fund $1,892,955 56 



Pakk Depaetment. 



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Cemetery Division Expenditures for Maintenance, Year Ending 
December 31, 1932. 

Office . 

Park Department 

Mount Hope 

Fairview 

Evergreen — Market Street 

Dorchester North 

Dorchester South 

Hawes . 

Bennington Street 

Bunker Hill 

Central 

Copp's Hill 

Eliot . 

Granary 

King's Chapel 

Phipps Street 

South End South 

Union . 

Westerly 



$7,686 


10 


2,014 93 


86,349 


93 


11,757 


20 


8,397 


91 


3,520 


04 


1,827 


53 


40 


17 


1,901 


10 


1,553 


51 


9 


82 


1,798 


96 


1,031 


83 


1,639 


43 


1,828 43 


934 


58 


1,024 


65 


40 


16 


29 


34 



$133,385 62 



Mt. Hope Cemetery, Extension and Development. 

Appropriation, December 1, 1927 .... $25,000 00 



Expended 1928 
Expended 1929 
Expended 1930 
Expended 1932 



$19,028 20 

4,803 61 

502 42 

665 77 



$25,000 00 



CITY OF BOSTON PRINTING DEPARTMENT