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PABK DEPAKTMENT 



FIFTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



Year Ending December 31, 1933 




Printed for the department 
1934 



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[Document 19 — 1934. 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1933. 



Boston, December 31, 1933. 
Hon. Frederick W. Mansfield, 
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 1933. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures for Maintenance, January 1 to December SI, 1933. 

Parks and Gardens. 
Algonquin square . 
Alvah Kittredge park 
Aquarium 
Arborway 
Arnold Arboretum 
Belmont square 
Berners square 
Berwick park . 
Blackstone square 
Boston Common Bandstand 
Boston Common, Deer Park 
Boston Common, Flagstaff Hill 
Boston Common Grounds . 
Boston Common, Park Street Station 
Boston Common, West Street Station 
Brighton square 
Bromley park 
Camp Meigs 
Cedar square . 
Centervale park 
Central square 
Chestnut Hill park 
City Hall grounds 
City square 
Cleveland circle 
Columbia road 
Columbus square 
Commonwealth avenue, extension 
Commonwealth avenue, main 
Concord square 
Copley square 
Copp's Hill terraces 
Cornelius T. Mahoney square 
Dorchester park 
Drohan square 
Eaton square . 

Edward M. Cunningham square 
Elm Hill park 
Essex square . 
Fens 

Fern square . 
Florida street 
Fort Hill square 

FrankUn Park, Administration Building, shops, 
etc 

Carried forward ...... 



$13 50 


2 50 


33,645 99 


7,236 


26 


2,351 


45 


335 


69 


16 25 


7 


25 


1,070 


08 


1,210 


89 


1,209 


03 


22 


08 


20,138 


06 


3,420 


31 


2,497 


32 


100 


00 


108 


86 


94 


70 


33 


80 


10 


84 


380 


18 


2,000 


08 


27 


86 


168 05 


265 


00 


4,590 13 


24 


50 


11,032 43 


16,479 


12 


80 


84 


112 32 


1,720 33 


32 41 


1,946 


54 


60 


04 


372 


66 


107 


00 


70 75 


144 


58 


18,708 08 


90 


00 


70 30 


210 49 


46,355 94 


$178,574 49 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
Franklin Park, Golf course . 
Franklin Park, Greenhouse . 
Franklin Park, Grounds 
Franklin Park, Overlook Buildin 
Franklin Park, Refectory 
Franklin Park, Rock garden 
Franklin Park, Rose garden 
Franklin Park, Schoolmaster's Hill 
Franklin Park, Storehouse . 
Franklin Park, Carpenter shop 
Franklin Park, Paint shop . 
Franklin Park, Toboggan slides 
Franklin square 
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. Woodworth square 
Horatio Harris park 
Independence square 
Irving W. Adams park 
Jackson square 
John E. Donovan park 
Lieut. Parker B. Jones square 
Lincoln square 
Linwood park 
Madison park 

Marine Park and Castle Island 
Massachusetts avenue 
Maverick square . 
Mount Bowdoin green 
Oak square 
Oakview terrace 
Olmsted park 
Orchard park . 
Peabody square 
Prescott square 
Public Garden 
Public golf course 
Putnam square 
Richardson square 
Riverway 
Rutland square 
Soldiers' Monument lot 



$178,574 49 

14,324 89 

37,395 63 

18,474 86 

143 50 

3,872 72 

2,205 06 

3,442 82 

188 34 

14,543 67 

8,563 33 

3,637 97 

1,228 09 

1,065 58 



11 

9 

21 

13 

30 

129 

9 

257 



00 
50 
30 
13 
09 
05 
20 
04 
63 
13 
76 
25 



795 

2,399 

272 

80 00 
692 34 

10 

188 

2 

1,119 

7,301 

1,196 

403 

312 

91 

22 

12,068 53 

721 91 

15 00 

376 46 

19,622 75 

30,333 46 

391 45 

390 75 

20,191 10 

61 87 

30 91 



00 
20 
00 
90 
45 
60 
90 
66 
50 
41 



Carried forward 



$387,242 18 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Spaulding square 
Statler park . 
St. Stephen square 
Strandway 
Sullivan square 
Thomas park . 
Tremlett square 
Turner square 
Union park 

Victory road, public ground 
Vincent Cutillo park 
Walnut park . 
Waltham square 
Washington park 
Webster square 
Wellesley park 
West Roxbury Parkway 
William B. Corbett park 
Winthrop square . 
Wolcott square 
Worcester square . 
World War Memorial park 
Zoological Garden, antelope house 
Zoological Garden, animal range 
Zoological Garden, bear dens 
Zoological Garden, bird house 
Zoological Garden, elephant house 
Zoological Garden, general . 
Zoological Garden, lion house 
Zoological Garden, monkey house 
Zoological Garden, service station 



Playgrounds. 

Almont Street Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Arthur F. McLean Playground . 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground . 
Ceylon Street Playground . 
Charlesbank Playground 
Charlestown Playground 
Charlestown Heights Playground 
Cherry Street Playground . 
Christopher J. Gibson Playground 
Christopher J. Lee Playground . 
Columbus Park Playground 



387,242 


18 


39 


50 


22 25 


17 


00 


6,908 06 


245 33 


1,246 80 


19 


00 


24 


75 


106 


62 


25 90 


3,630 29 


37 


84 


49 


92 


897 


85 


6 78 


107 


20 


5,329 


60 


219 


04 


483 


65 


4 


50 


510 03 


10,236 


19 


684 70 


6,026 09 


3,989 


19 


14,840 


39 


4,331 


05 


27,546 


11 


3,762 


30 


4,604 81 


526 


11 



,721 03 



Carried forward 



$1,994 41 


993 


22 


138 31 


3,935 


16 


2,286 34 


308 86 


6,421 


40 


3,279 


44 


4,960 39 


1,032 73 


3,130 


53 


8,312 


67 


8,298 


24 


$45,091 


70 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
Factory Hill Playground 
Fallon Field Playground 
Foster Street Playground . 
Francis Parkman Playground 
Franklin Field Playground . 
Frederick D. Emmons Playground 
George H. Walker Playground . 
James L, Cronin Playground 
James F. Healy Playground 
Jefferson Playground . 
John J. Connolly Playground 
John A. Doherty Playground 
John F. Holland Playground 
John W. Murphy Playground 
John H. L. Noyes Playground . 
J. M. and J. J. Sullivan Playground 
John Winthrop Playground 
L. Gertrude Howes Playground . 
Lester J. Rotch Playground 
Mary Draper Playground . 
Mary E. Hemenway Playground 
Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 
McConnell Park Playground 
McKinney Playground 
Mission Hill Playground 
Nashua Street Playground 
Paris Street Playground 
Parker Hill Playground 
Paul Gore Street Playground 
Portsmouth Street Playground 
Prince Street Playground 
Readville Playground . 
Rev. Father Buckley Playground 
Ripley Playground 
Rogerfe Park Playground 
Ronan Park Playground 
Smith's Pond Playground . 
Stanley A. Ringer Playground 
Thomas J. Roberts Playground 
Tyler Street Playground 
Webster Avenue Playground 
West Third Street Playground 
William Amerena Playground 
William J. Barry Playground 
Wilham E. Carter Playground 
Wilham Eustis Playground . 
William H. Garvey Playground 
William F. Smith Playground 



70 
00 
66 
68 
01 
39 
21 
34 



S45,091 

347 
3,120 
37 
1,933 
12,154 
3,609 
2,467 
2,958 87 
3,431 71 
2,193 74 
3,200 94 

418 90 
2,343 55 
2,905 73 
2,198 45 
1,870 27 
2,943 92 
1,519 33 
2,502 90 
1,481 09 
2,330 49 
1,463 32 
5,491 15 
1,145 27 
1,671 66 
1,776 36 

941 63 
1,757 
71 
2,322 

317 
1,625 

550 

919 
2,872 
4,008 
4,991 
3,901 84 
3,376 29 

734 92 
1,638 45 
1,541 33 
2,289 56 
2.063 31 
2,514 
3,219 
2,835 
1,773 



24 
91 
80 
38 
60 
73 
54 
19 
18 
89 



37 
59 
30 
02 



$158,875 71 



City Document No. 19. 



Gymnasia. 
Cabot Street Gymnasium . 
Columbia Road Gymnasium 
Curtis Hall Gymnasium 
Hyde Park Gymnasium 
John J. Williams Gymnasium 
Lexington Street Gymnasium 
North Bennett Street Gymnasium 
Paris Street Gymnasium 
Roslindale Gymnasium 
Tyler Street Gymnasium 
Vine Street Gymnasium 
Property, Broadway and C Street 



Baths and Beaches. 

Broadway Municipal Building . 
Columbus Park Beach .... 
Dover Street Bath House and Laundry 

Dewey Beach 

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

Savin Hill Beach 

Tenean Beach . . . •. 

World War Memorial Park Beach 
Repair Room, Sewing Room and Stock Room 
Repair Yard, East Boston .... 



361 75 

10,354 28 

12,497 04 

7,493 11 

10,932 35 

9,223 67 

24,309 63 

20,692 68 

7,816 15 

8,633 42 

9,963 58 

46 00 

$151,323 66 



$15,360 18 

16,287 01 

64,495 49 

5,767 95 

2,690 66 

8,599 23 

33,956 21 

15,485 03 

6,102 23 

3,939 17 

3,819 32 

15,123 77 

3,770 17 

$195,396 42 



Boston Airport, East Boston 



,432 83 



Celebrations and Entertainments 

General Expense 

Central Office — Administration 

Suppression of moths . 

Stables .... 

Street trees 

Miscellaneous 

Pensions and annuities 

Automobiles, tractors, wagons, etc 



[,400 58 



$65,367 91 
18,938 25 
15,488 02 
10,401 62 
12,333 87 
6,381 33 
44,551 46 

$173,462 46 



Park Department. 



Recapitulation. 

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



,721 03 
158,875 71 
151,323 66 
195,396 42 
30,432 83 
1,400 58 
173,462 46 

$1,194,612 69 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations from 
January 1, 1933, to December 31, 1933. 

Airport, Improvements 

Amerena Park and Paris Street Playground, East Boston, 

Playground and Locker Buildings .... 
American Legion Playground, East Boston, Improve 

ments 

Aquarium, Improvements, etc 

Arnold Arboretum, Improvements .... 
Boston Common and Public Garden, Improvements 
Castle Island and Marine Park, Improvements, etc. . 
Charlestown Heights, Improvements, etc. . 

Christopher J. Lee Playground 

Common and Parks in existence on January 12, 1887 

Maintenance and Improvement of . 

Fens, Improvement 

Francis Parkman Playground, Improvements, etc. 

Franklin Park, Improvements 

Highland Park, Improvements, etc 

James F. Healy Playground, Improvements 
McConnell Park Playground, Improvements, etc. 
Muddy River and Leverett Pond, Improvements 
North End Park, Bath House and Laundry Building and 

Equipment, etc 

Park, Vicinity of Nashua and Leverett Streets . 

Playground, Faneuil District, Brighton 

Playground, Germantown, West Roxbury District, Land 

and Improvement 

Playground, Junction of Winthrop, Fairland and More 

land Streets, Land and Construction 
Playground, Parker Hill, Improvements, etc. 

Public Golf Course 

Readville Playground, Improvements, etc. . 
Reconstructing and Repairing Parkways and Roadways 

by Contract 

Rogers Park, Additional Land and Improvements 

Rogers Park, Improvements, etc 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground, Improvements . 
Tenean Beach, Purchase and Improvement of Beach Land, 
West Roxbury Parkway, Chapter 420, Acts of 1930 . 
William H. Garvey Playground, Improvements . 



$185,747 66 


8,094 


88 


117 00 


886 


96 


622 


11 


5,306 


62 


13,214 


16 


3,918 76 


14 00 


217,589 81 


247 


50 


113 


85 


35,865 


95 


395 00 


13,919 


70 


4,508 


90 


1,244 87 


480 


59 


32,984 


80 


2,320 


83 


7,437 47 


223 


57 


3,138 


15 


3,949 


52 


950 


18 


47,432 


33 


12,302 


10 


631 


20 


1,621 


97 


11,035 00 


123,648 


11 


719 


78 



§740,683 33 



City Document No. 19. 



CASH RECEIPTS. 
From January 1, 1933, to December 31, 1933. 

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

Park Golf Links $21,972 00 

From permits for openings, occupations, etc, . 128 24 
Labor and use of equipment on cross country 

course 75 00 

Commission on telephones 42 61 

Settlement of claims 101 75 

Cash refunds, freight, etc 11 29 

Vending machine concessions . . . . 19 71 

Damage to property 3 00 

Miscellaneous 11 67 

Use of towels, soap, etc., in playground houses, 1,930 96 

Sale of live animals 475 00 

Sale of junk 20 00 

Rental, refreshment concessions . . . 13,621 76 

Moth suppression 6,057 66 

Trust Funds, income 2,550 86 

Sinking Fund receipts 7,491 28 



Bath Division. 

Use of towels, soap, etc. . . . . . $39,198 83 

Refreshment concession 25 00 

Commission on telephones 97 94 



$54,512 79 



39,321 77 



Total . . . . . $93,834 56 



Above receipts were credited as follows: 
General revenue, city income .... $83,792 42 
Department appropriations . . . . 10,042 14 



$93,834 56 



Park Department. 



Attendance at Playgrounds, Season of 1933. 



Name of 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 

Fallon Field Playground. . . .- 

Fens Stadium 

Francis Parkman Playground 

Franklin Field Playground 

Frederick D. Emmons Playground . 

George H. Walker Playground 

James L. Cronin Playground 

James F. Healy Playground 

Jefferson Playground 

John J. Connolly Playground 

John A. Doherty Playground 

John F. Holland Playground 

John W. Murphy Playground 

John H. L. Noyes Playground 

J. M. and J. J. Sullivan Playground 

John Winthrop Playground 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

Mary Draper Playground 

Mary Hemenway Playground 

Matthew J. Sweeney Playground. . . 

McConnell Park Playground 

McKinney Playground 

Mission Hill Playground 

Portsmouth Street Playground 

Readville Playground 

Ripley Playground 



73,730 

294,635 

28,500 

28,000 

17,182 

237,203 

76,087 

52,500 

285,677 

265,105 

154,440 

22,500 

300,500 

132,900 

23,800 

810,000 

15,103 

80,805 

77,950 

280,295 

280,083 

483,575 

408,250 

41,713 

121,864 

28,450 

48,000 

87,480 

143,169 

57,000 

74,940 

25,777 

220,000 

19,600 

368,997 

135,185 

93,100 

21,. 500 



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Name of Playground. 



Attendance. 



Rogers Park Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 

Savin Hill Park 

Smith Pond Playground 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground . 
Thomas J. Roberts Playground 

Tyler Street Playground 

West Third Street Playground. 
World War Memorial Park .... 
William Amerena Playground. . 
William J. Barry Playground. . 
William E. Carter Playground. 
William Eustis Playground. . . . 
William H. Garvey Playground 
William F. Smith Playground . . 

Total 



162,800 

224,740 

70,000 

82,950 

133,065 

150,000 

27,000 

24,805 

155,467 

98,570 

101,700 

348,557 

200,177 

279,165 

343,660 



8,318,251 



Franklin Park Toboggan Slide — 1933. 

Eleven days' and nights' coasting; attendance 22,250. 



Report on Municipal Golf Links at Franklin Park, Season of 1933. 

Opening Date — April 28, 1933. Closing Date — December 2, 

1933. 
Registered attendance, 53,907. 



Number of rounds played, 60,000. 
Annual permits issued, 1,482 at $10 each 
Daily permits issued, 5,585 at $1 each . 
Lockers, 519 at $3 each .... 
Professional's concession .... 



$14,820 00 

5,585 00 

1,557 00 

10 00 



$21,972 00 



Park Department. 



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Qvmnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1933. 





Indi- 
viduals. 


Men. 


School 
Boys. 


Working 
Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Mothers. 


Total. 


Cabot Street Gymnasium 

Columbia Road Gymnasium .... 

Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

Hyde Park Gymnasium 

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


3,734 
10,545 
2,513 
4,900 
4,955 
4,953 


1,752 
9,040 
2,505 
3,629 
7,690 
4,605 
2,825 
6,700 
4,170 
3,093 
2,992 


3,751 
8,358 
6,334 
3,300 
2,125 
6,035 
1,505 
4,635 
6,895 
8,138 
7,467 


688 
6,745 

924 
1,986 
2,863 
1,048 

563 
4,420 
3,940 
1,198 
3,240 


1,852 
9,040 
3,352 
1,647 
3,442 
1,261 
92 
4,114 
2,420 
1,174 
2,375 


4,648 
7,320 
3,974 
3,018 

664 
4,630 

835 
4,670 
5,230 
1,323 
4,870 


8 
3,107 
1,304 


16,433 
54,155 
20,906 
18,480 




21,739 




22,532 




5,820 


Paris Street Gymnasium 


5,305 
329 




29,844 




22,984 






14,926 








20,944 










Totals 


37,234 


49,001 


58,543 


27,615 


30,769 


41,182 


4,419 


248,763 







12 



City Document No. 19. 

Skating Attendance Report, 1933. 



Name of Playground. 



Attendance. 



Billings Field Playground 

Charlestown Playground 

Columbus Park Playground 

Fens Stadium 

Franklin Field Playground 

George H. Walker Playground. 
James L. Cronin Playground. . . 

Jefferson Playground 

John A. Doherty Playground . . 
John W. Murphy Playground. . 
John H. L. Noyes Playground. 

Marine Park 

Mary Draper Playground 

Mary Hemenway Playground. . 
McConnell Park Playground. . . 

Public Garden 

Smith Pond Playground 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground. 
William Amerena Playground. . 
William J. Barry Playground. . 
William E. Carter Playground . 
William H. Garvey Playground 
William F. Smith Playground . . 
World War Memorial Park 

Total 



24,600 

30,000 

15,200 

17,600 

60,000 

9,400 

9,000 

10,200 

18,500 

6,200 

9,500 

21,500 

5,000 

9,000 

20,600 

45,000 

25,400 

10,200 

12,500 

8,800 

29,300 

20,000 

28,000 

36,000 



481,500 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1933. 



Place. 


Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 




78,025 


25,485 


35,490 


18,525 


157,525 


Cabot Street Bath House 


36,716 


20,684 


10,859 


12,968 


81,227 


Columbia Road Bath House 


54,300 


33,400 


3,940 


3,670 


95,310 


Curtis Hall Bath House 


42,048 


29,916 


11,423 


11,323 


94,710 


Dover Street Bath House 


126,022 


7,772 


9,275 


12,325 


155,394 


Hyde Park Bath House 


21,175 


13,925 


3,520 


4,800 


43,420 


J. J. Williams Building Bath House, 


163,280 


17,050 


69,385 


7,050 


256,765 


Lexington Street Bath House 


44,736 


33,795 


9,545 


18,836 


106,912 


North Bennet Street Bath House. . . 


100,395 


32,666 


45,320 


22,935 


201,316 


Paris Street Bath House 


164,710 
32,390 
49,747 
58,749 


24,670 
13,265 
15,435 
19,542 


54,290 
2,085 
8,136 

14,714 


9,150 

3,030 

6,611 

21,800 


252,820 


Roslindale Bath House 


50,770 


Tyler Street Bath House 


79,929 


Vine Street Bath House 


114,805 


L Street Bath House 


363,086 


116,467 


53,158 


76,011 


608,722 






Totals. . 


1,335,379 


404,072 


331,140 


229,034 


2,299,625 







Park Department. 



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Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1933. 



Place. 


Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Totals. 


Cabot Street Pool 


3,121 

4,585 

267,600 

32,220 

15,095 

241,000 

74,355 

77,895 

34,634 

115,950 
318,265 


4,499 
14,576 

157,175 
51,525 
34,645 

118,275 
84,785 

228,255 
52,768 

89,650 
116,467 


3,570 

5,793 

300,680 

26,155 

18,799 

193,625 

66,865 

84,466 

50,056 

40,215 
53,158 


6,463 

8,200 

189,231 

44,750 

41,456 

125,425 

78,295 

179,524 

62,734 

115,730 
76,011 


17,653 


Curtis Hall Pool 


33,154 


Columbus Park Beach 


914,686 
154,650 


Freeport Street Beach 


109,995 
678,325 


North End Park Beach 

Savin Hill Beach 


304,300 
570,140 


Tenean Beach 


200,192 


World War Memorial Park 
Beach 


361,545 


L Street Beach 


563,901 






Totals 


1,184,720 


952,620 


843,382 


927,819 


3,908,541 







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City Document No. 19. 



PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1933, to December 
31, 1933. 

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 Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park. 



Park Department. 



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Summary Statement of Cemetery Activities, January 1 to 
December 31, 1933. 



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203 


491 


5,806 


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City Document No. 19. 



Cemetery Division Receipts, January 1 to December 31, 1933. 



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 



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9,720 25 

5,096 50 

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56 00 



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15 00 
55 00 



$9,710 00 
2,990 00 
2,565 00 



$13,155 44 

2,933 47 

3,864 61 

428 16 

148 38 

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$52,976 60 



$15,265 00 



$21,155 18 



Total, General Fund December 31, 1932. 

Interest, General Fund, 1933 

General Receipts, 1933 



Total, Perpetual Care Fund December 31, 1932 . 

Perpetual Care Receipts 1933 

Amount due Principal 1933 



$1,369,540 11 
54,290 89 
52,976 60 

$523,415 45 

15,265 00 

319 07 



Total Cemetery Fund. 



$1,476,807 60 

538,999 52 
$2,015,807 12 



Cemetery Division Expenditures for Maintenance, 
December 31, 1933. 

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 



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2,295 44 


76,645 


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76 


6,786 36 


3,161 


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1,417 


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1,463 


17 


1,509 


66 


1,104 78 


902 70 


108 84 


11 


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$113,756 16 



CITY OF BOSTON PRINTING DEPARTMENT