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SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



Year Ending December 31, 1940 




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CttB of Boston 
PARK DEPARTMENT 



SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 



Year Ending December 31, 1940 




Printed for the department 
194 1 



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[Document 19 — 1941.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1940. 



Boston, December 31, 1940. 

Hon. Maurice J. Tobin, 

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 1940. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures for Maintenance, January 1 to December 31, 1940. 

Parks and Gardens. 



Algonquin square . 




$5 00 


Andrew Henry square . 




15 00 


Aquarium 




21,735 64 


Arborway 




3,057 31 


Arnold Arboretum 




2,063 95 


Belmont square 




1,024 03 


Berners square 




10 00 


Blackstone square 




753 84 


Boston Common Bandstand 


834 80 


Boston Common, Deer Park 


912 71 


Boston Common, Flagstaff Hill . 


285 27 


Boston Common grounds . 


15,671 87 


Boston Common, Park Street Station 


2,073 03 


Boston Common, West Street Station 


1,518 46 


Braddock park 


5 00 


Brighton square 


10 16 


Bromley park 


15 50 


Camp Meigs 


104 50 


Cedar square 


168 10 


Central square 


920 56 


Chandler pond 


1,049 16 


Chestnut Hill park 


3,245 97 


City Hall grounds 


20 00 


City square 


200 25 


Columbia road 


2,458 50 


Columbus square . . . 


329 08 


Commonwealth avenue, extension 


4,174 14 


Commonwealth avenue, main 


5,757 04 


Concord square 


197 05 


Copley square 


263 36 


Cornelius T. Mahoney square 


10 00 


Dorchester park 


2,297 03 


Eaton square 


324 50 


Elm Hill park 


5 00 


Fens 


11,681 91 


Florida street 


3 00 


Fort Hill square 


995 52 


Francis G. Kane square .... 


5 00 


Franklin Park, Administration Building, shops 


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etc 


17,035 41 


Franklin Park, carpenter shop . 


13,210 49 


Franklin Park, golf course .... 


10,026 68 


Franklin Park, greenhouse .... 


29,941 58 


Franklin Park, grounds .... 


13,350 62 


Franklin Park, Overlook Buildings . 


1,165 79 



Carried forward 



,931 81 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
Franklin Park, paint shop 
Franklin Park, Refectory Building 
Franklin Park, rock garden 
Franklin Park, rose garden 
Franklin Park, Schoolmaster's Hill 
Franklin Park, storehouse . 
Franklin Park, toboggan slides 
Franklin square 
Fred C. W. Olsen square 
George Wright Golf Course 
Gordon E. Denton square . 
Hayes square .... 
Herbert J. Wolf square 
Highland park 

Horace C. Woodworth square 
Horatio Harris park 
Independence square 
Irving W. Adams park 
John E. Donovan park 
Lincoln square 
Longwood park 
Madison park 

Marine Park and Castle Island 
Massachusetts avenue 
Maverick square . 
Mount Bowdoin green 
Oak square 
Oakview terrace 
Olmsted park 
Orchard park . 
Park Drive Recreation 
Peabody square 
Prescott square 
Public Garden 
Putnam square 
Richardson square 
Riverway 
Rutland square 
Soldiers' Monument lot 
Strandway 
Sullivan square 
Thomas park . 
Tremlett square 
Turner square 
Union park 
Vincent Cutillo park 
Walnut park . 



$168,931 81 

4,290 21 

3,859 46 

873 69 

1,733 11 

854 76 

11,634 57 

1,934 96 

613 30 

2 00 

20,919 06 

2 00 

90 00 

117 00 

569 38 

2 00 

643 02 

945 00 

335 80 

374 25 

2 00 

10 00 

1,200 52 

7,157 04 

346 30 

734 66 

300 00 

15 00 

204 35 

5,939 00 

454 29 

11,686 03 

15 00 

1,024 93 

16,037 64 

991 39 

163 00 

7,796 26 

99 00 

15 00 

9,466 36 

242 00 

935 00 

208 58 

76 50 

337 00 

1,141 83 

115 00 



Carried forward 



$285,439 06 



City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
Waltham square 
Warren 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, animal range 
Zoological Garden, antelope house 
Zoological Garden, bear dens 
Zoological Garden, bird house 
Zoological Garden, camel house . 
Zoological Garden, elephant house 
Zoological Garden, general . 
Zoological Garden, lion house 
Zoological Garden, monkey house 



$285,439 06 

186 00 

46 

1,047 

102 

195 

289 

156 

45 

15 

408 

6,183 87 

1,880 03 

1,855 

3,086 

6,631 

12 

2,664 

29,320 99 

2,871 50 

2,517 80 

$344,954 85 



54 

27 
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38 
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72 



15 
77 
86 
16 
25 



Playgrounds. 

Almont Street Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground . 
Carl H. Ahlsen 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 
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 

Carried forward 



$2,274 


89 


1,811 


94 


2,758 32 


2,369 


87 


1,376 


44 


918 


72 


4,024 


68 


3,672 70 


2,966 


51 


369 


84 


3,165 


43 


2,939 


19 


3,107 


39 


2,538 


75 


50 


75 


1,170 


05 


9,332 


12 


1,679 


14 


2,494 


30 


3,442 


18 


2,464 


47 


4,127 


93 


2,596 34 


$61,651 


95 



Park Department. 



Brought forward 
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 
Joseph Lee Playground 
L. Gertrude Howes Playground . 
Leo F. McCarthy Playground . 
Lester J. Rotch Playground 
Mary Draper Playground . 
Mary E. Hemenway Playground 
Martin M. Lomasney Playground 
Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 
McConnell Park Playground 
McKinney Playground 
Mission Hill Playground 
North End Prada Playground 
Paris Street Playground 
Parker Hill Playground 
Portsmouth Street Playground 
Prince Street Playground 
Readville Playground . 
Rev. Father Buckley Playground 
Ripley Playground 
Rogers 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 
William E. Carter Playground 
William Eustis Playground . 
William E. Garvey Playground 
William F. Smith Playground 
Wood Avenue Playground . 



11,651 


95 


112 


06 


1,356 


12 


2,936 


28 


2,236 


21 


420 32 


850 


06 


945 


43 


538 


93 


411 


60 


2,655 


41 


1,383 


37 


3,099 


22 


10 


70 


92 50 


3,704 85 


2,172 


11 


1,688 


94 


102 


00 


10 


71 


1,286 


58 


1,647 


83 


29 


50 


706 


28 


7 67 


156 


00 


2,534 


60 


2,529 


79 


3,021 


18 


2,162 


81 


2,267 


53 


10 


70 


1,498 35 


58 


32 


1,325 35 


2,906 88 


1,879 


20 


1,916 


04 


2,359 


33 


2,366 


80 


1,868 


30 



18,917 81 



Gymnasia. 
Cabot Street Gymnasium . 
Columbia Road Gymnasium 
Curtis Hall Gymnasium 

Carried forward 



$22,647 88 

6,168 00 

12,404 27 

$41,220 15 



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City Document No. 19. 



Brought forward 
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 



Baths and Beaches. 
Broadway Municipal Building . 
Columbus Park Beach .... 

Dewey Beach 

Dover Street Bath House and Laundry 
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 



$41,220 15 
5,744 35 
8,398 44 
6,288 03 
22,648 29 
22,739 06 
7,164 84 
4,271 55 
9,475 76 

$127,950 47 



$9,611 12 

14,556 48 
5,042 79 

46,721 21 
8,123 65 

30,854 20 
8,613 93 
620 40 
4,137 79 
5,228 39 
8,664 78 
2,632 71 

$144,807 45 



Boston Airport, East Boston 

General Expense. 
Central Office — Administration 
Stables .... 
Street trees 

Suppression of moths . 
Miscellaneous 
Pensions and annuities 
Automobiles, tractors, wagons, etc. 
Emergency Relief projects . 



Recapitulation. 

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



,931 97 



$55,812 04 

7,050 49 

2,445 36 

10,392 67 

2,299 11 

6,932 12 

69,296 27 

387,385 22 

$541,613 28 



$344,954 85 
118,917 81 
127,950 47 
144,807 45 
39,931 97 
541,613 28 



,318,175 83 



Park Department. 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue and Special Appropriations, 
January I, 1940, to December 31, 1940. 

Recreation. 

Common and Parks in existence on January 12, 1887, Main- 
tenance and Improvement of $214,757 87 

Airport, Improvements 25,230 33 

Park and Playground, Improvements, etc 2,759 83 

Special Welfare Fund, Children's Outing .... 750 00 

Transportation of children 3,456 20 



Total $246,954 23 



CASH RECEIPTS. 
For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1940. 

Park Division. 

Golf permits, Franklin Park course . . . $11,766 00 

Golf permits, George Wright course . . . 14,145 50 

Bowling Green, Franklin Field . . . . 450 00 

Permits for openings, signs, etc. . . . 342 00 

Use of equipment, labor, etc 285 00 

Commission on receipts from public telephones 

in Park Department buildings . . . 579 69 

Settlement of claims 18 33 

Refreshment permit 50 00 

Landing field permits 150 00 

Towels, soap, etc., in playground houses . . 1,346 64 
Percentage of receipts of vending machines, 

Airport 251 62 

Moth suppression 2,184 00 

Rentals from concessions on parks and beaches, 17,234 50 

Rentals, Boston Airport 32,493 55 

Mary P. C. Cummings Estate, income . . 5,839 96 

Boston Common Tree Fund, income . . 140 58 

Refund on expense account . . . . 59 21 



$87,336 58 

Baths. 

Towels, soap, etc., in bath houses . . . $29,870 10 
Commission on receipts from public telephones 

in bath houses 60 65 

Sale of old equipment 300 00 

30,230 75 

Total $117,567 33 

Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General revenue $79,034 03 

Sinking Fund 32,493 55 

Department appropriations 6,039 75 



.17,567 33 



City Document No. 19. 



Franklin Park Golf Course. 
Opening Date — ■ May 2. Closing Date — November 28. 
Registered attendance, 21,156. 
Estimated number of rounds played, 26,000. 

Annual permits issued, 490 at $15 each . . $7,350 00 

Daily permits issued, 3,835 at $1 each . . 3,835 00 

Twilight permits issued, 1,146 at 50 cents each, 573 00 

Lockers, 1 at $3 . 3 00 

Professional's concession 5 00 



.1,766 00 



George Wright Golf Course, Hyde Park. 

Opening Date — ■ April 19. Closing Date — - November 26. 
Registered attendance, 19,522. 
Estimated number of rounds played, 21,626. 

Season permits, 292 at $35 $10,220 00 

Season permits, limited, 5 at $32 . . . 160 00 

Season permits, limited, 4 at $28 . . . 112 00 

Season permits, limited, 3 at $25 ... 75 00 

Saturday-Sunday permits, 905 at $2 . . . 1,810 00 

Week day permits, 139 at $1.50 ... 208 50 

Week day permits, 1,532 at $1 . . . . 1,532 00 

Extra locker, 1 at $3 3 00 

Club house dance permits, 1 at $10; 1 at $15 . 25 00 



$14,145 50 



Skating Attendance for Season, 1940. 



Name of Playground. 
Almont Street Playground . 
Ahlsen Playground 
Amerena Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Barry Playground 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground . 
Carter Playground 
Chandler Pond .... 
Charlestown Playground 
Columbus Park Playground 
Cronin Playground 
Doherty and Gibson Playgrounds 
Dorchester Park Playground 
Draper Playground 

Carried forward 



Attendance. 

9,000 

8,000 
14,600 

9,800 
22,000 
36,400 

4,200 
30,725 
40,000 
29,700 
52,800 
12,400 
28,900 
18,400 

5,350 



322,275 



Park Department. 



Name of Playground. 


Attendance . 


Brought forward 


322,275 


Eustis Playground 


14,000 


Fallon Field Playground .... 


42,800 


Franklin Field Playground .... 


785,000 


Garvey Playground 


265,000 


George Wright Golf Course 


15,000 


Hemenway Playground .... 


18,000 


Jamaica Pond 


75,000 


Jefferson Playground 


46,200 


Lee, Joseph Playground (Back Bay) . 


43,200 


Lee, Christopher Playground (South Boston) 


26,700 


Marine Park Playground . . ... 


30,000 


Murphy Playground 


31,000 


McConnell Park Playground 


64,500 


McKinney Playground .... 


23,550 


Noyes Playground 


21,600 


Parkman Playground 


11,950 


Public Garden 


130,000 


Rogers Park Playground .... 


24,500 


Roberts, Thomas J. Playground 


10,000 


Rotch Playground 


16,000 


Ringer Playground 


11,550 


Smith's Pond 


44,300 


Smith's Playground (Brighton) . 


16,500 


Walker Playground 


16,200 


Wood Avenue Playground .... 


40,000 


World War Memorial Park Playground . 


49,680 



Total 



2,193,770 



General Attendance for Season, 1940. 

Name of Playground. 
Ahlsen Playground . 
Almont Street Playground . 
Amerena Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Barry Playground 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground 
Ceylon Street Playground . 
Charlesbank Playground 
Charlestown Playground and Heights 
Cherry Street Playground . 
Chestnut Hill Playground . 
Columbus Park Playground and Stadium 
Carter Playground 
Connolly Playground . 



Attendance. 

89,000 

61,300 

61,400 

78,400 

145,000 

165,500 

42,000 

64,300 

133,700 

270,450 

18,000 

228,800 

420,000 

245,000 

196,000 



Carried forward 



2,218,850 



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City Document No. 19. 



Name of Playground. Attendance. 

Brought forward . . . . . . 2,218,850 

Cronin Playground 88,600 

Dorchester Park Playground .... 143,700 

Draper Playground 67,400 

Doherty and Gibson Playground . . . 300,000 

Eustis Playground 165,000 

Emmons Playground 25,000 

Fallon Field Playground 332,800 

Franklin Field Playground 785,000 

Franklin Park Playstead 408,000 

Garvey Playground 265,000 

Healy Playground ...... 318,300 

Hemenway Playground 86,100 

Holland Playground 50,475 

Jefferson Playground 315,600 

Lee, Christopher, Playground (South Boston) . 178,500 

Lee, Joseph, Playground (Back Bay) . . 288,000 

Murphy Playground . . . ' . . . 122,000 

McConnell Park Playground .... 198,700 

McKinney Playground 120,600 

Mission Hill Playground 141,700 

Mead Street Playground 28,000 

North End Park Playground .... 182,600 

Noyes Playground 121,600 

Parker Hill Playground . 62,700 

Parkman Playground 52,400 

Portsmouth Street Playground . . . . 97,400 

Prince Street Playground . . . . . 42,900 

Readville Playground 98,800 

Ringer Playground 104,000 

Ripley Playground 28,400 

Roberts Playground 205,100 

Rogers Park Playground 207,200 

Ronan Park Playground 245,000 

Rotch Playground 122,000 

Smith, William E., Playground .... 230,000 

Smith's Pond Playground . . . . . 144,600 

Snow Hill Street Playground . . . . 67,400 

Sullivan Square Playground .... 20,000 

Sweeney Playground 26,400 

Tyler Street Playground 16,500 

West Third Street Playground .... 22,000 

Walker Playground . . . . . . 262,400 

Wood Avenue Playground 48,600 

Winthrop, John, Playground .... 54,000 

World War Memorial Park .... 222,400 

Boston Common Playstead .... 300,000 



9,631,725 



Paek Department. 



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Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1940. 



Indi- 
viduals. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. Girls. 



Mothers. 



Total. 



,bot Street 

ilumbia Road 

irtis Hall 

/de Park 

hn J. Williams Building. 

xington Street 

>rth Bennet Street 

ris Street 

islindale 

ler Street 

le Street 



Totals. 



727 
1,850 

265 



1,950 



1,665 
364 



6,821 



1,557 
1,556 
871 
1,099 
2,419 
1,750 
1,735 



435 
2,770 



4,292 
3,820 
5,051 
8,780 
4,539 
8,144 
6,021 
6,060 
6,416 
875 
12,042 



17,986 



66,040 



456 

1,124 
1,136 

685 
1,169 

369 

73 

1,755 

835 

48 

2,150 



9,800 



771 
,536 
,695 
,754 
851 
,266 
,524 
,677 
,399 
126 
,756 



1,562 
203 
837 
435 
250 

1,284 



1,325 
1,150 



8,121 



9,365 
10,089 
10,855 
12,753 

9,228 
14,763 

9,353 
15,287 
11,153 

1,484 
20,793 



125,123 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1940. 





Men. • 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Total. 




195,795 
39,250 
23,510 
64,245 

130,520 
45,557 

145,770 
44,540 
79,100 

144,350 
30,935 
48,825 
77,155 

269,781 


12,575 

11,405 

12,270 

7,635 

6,377 

9,225 

18,695 

38,638 

23,375 

38,995 

37,760 

19,900 

40,769 

119,861 


46,325 

6,931 

2,335 

3,375 

37,485 

3,695 

36,470 

15,975 

22,750 

30,390 

5,085 

8,450 

33,410 

35,086 


12,850 
3,800 
2,882 
2,075 
9,223 
2,275 
7,845 

16,387 
9,735 

12,990 

10,355 
4,450 
3,497 

50,162 


267,545 
61,386 
40,997 
77,330 

183 605 




Columbia Road Bath House 






60,752 


J. J. Williams Building Bath House, 
North Bennet Street Bath House. . . 


208,780 
115,540 
134,960 
226,725 
84,135 
81,625 
186,131 
474,890 














Totals 


1,339,333 


397,480 


287,7 62 


179,826 


2,204,401 





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City Document No. 19. 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1940. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women. 



Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street Pool 

Curtis Hall Pool 

Columbus Park Beach 

Dewey Beach 

Head House Beach 

North End Park Beach 

Tenean Beach 

World War Memorial Park Beach 
L Street Beach 

Totals 



5,738 

2,436 

177,685 

36,590 

58,000 

36,800 

45,515 

93,595 

208,807 



3,003 
9,753 

179,995 
86,200 
66,550 
57,800 
62,565 
62,280 

119,861 



1,933 
2,405 
175,970 
42,750 
59,250 
25,000 
39,475 
19,910 
35,086 



969 
4,386 
174,040 
99,700 
72,450 
40,300 
49,435 
44,625 
50,162 



11,643 
18,980 
707,690 
265,240 
256,250 
159,930 
198,990 
220,410 
413,916 



665,166 



648,007 



401,779 



536,067 



2,251,019 



PARK DEPARTMENT STATISTICS TO 
DECEMBER 31, 1940. 



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PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1940, to December 
31, 1940. 

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 Estab 
Feet lished: 

Bennington Street, East Boston . . . 157,500 1838 

Rains ford Island 43,560 

Bunker Hill, Charlestown .... 48,202 1807 

Phipps Street, Charlestown .... 76,740 1630 

Copp's Hill, Hull street, City .... 89,015 1659 

King's Chapel, Tremont street, City . . 19,344 1630 

Granary, Tremont street, City . . . 82,063 1660 

Central, Common, City 60,693 1756 

South End South, Washington street, City . 64,670 1810 

Hawes, Emerson street, South Boston . . 11,232 1816 

Union, East Fifth street, South Boston . 5,470 1841 

North, Upham's Corner, Dorchester . . 142,587 1633 

Eliot, Eustis street, Roxbury .... 34,830 1630 

South, Dorchester avenue, Dorchester . . 95,462 1814 

Westerly, Centre street, West Roxbury . . 39,450 1683 

Walter Street, West Roxbury .... 35,100 1711 

Evergreen, Commonwealth avenue, Brighton, 604,520 1848 

Market Street, Brighton . . 18,072 1764 
Mount Hope, Walk Hill street, 125 acres and 14,330 

square feet 1851 

Fairview, Fairview avenue, Hyde Park, about 50 acres, 1892 



City Tombs. 

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



Paek Department. 



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Cemetery Division Receipts, January 1 to December 31, 1940. 



Cemeteries. 



General 
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Perpetual 

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Interest on 

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Fairview 

Evergreen 

Dorchester North. 
Bennington Street. 
Dorchester South. . 

Westerly 

Central 

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Phipps Street 

Bunker Hill 

Copp's Hill 

King's Chapel. . . . 



$42,589 35 

11,632 35 

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2,855 00 
4,880 00 



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2,803 63 

3,332 01 

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$17,459 49 



Total, General Fund, December 31, 1939 $1,952,771 95 



Interest, General Fund, 1940. 

Revenue (General Receipts), 1940 

Payments from Fund during 1940: 

To Cemetery Maintenance and Improvement. . 

To Premiums on Investments purchased 

To Interest on Investments purchased 



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63,262 50 



$60,000 00 

21,742 79 

1,135 65 



Total, Perpetual Care Fund, December 31, 1940. 



$2,092,899 50 



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$2,010,021 06 
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Total Cemetery Fund $2,662,805 20 



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December 31, 1940. 



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149 96 

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Cemetery Division Maintenance and Improvement, Year Ending 
December 31, 1940. 

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