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[Document 19 — 1947.] 




ANNUAL REPOftT 



OP THE 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



FOE THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1946. 



Boston, December 31, 1946. 

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 1946. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William P. Long, 

Chairman. 






Expenditures for Maintenance, January I to December 31, 1946. 



Parks, Gardens — Squares 



Algonquin square . 










$65 25 


Aquarium 










31,330 27 


Arborway 










3,449 00 


Arnold Arboretum 










2,596 91 


Back Bay yard 










2,539 15 


Belmont square 










623 50 


Blackstone square 










1,099 25 


Boston Common, Bandstand 






538 54 


Boston Common, Christmas Tree 






121 55 


Boston Common, Deer Park 






469 48 


Boston Common, Flagstaff Hill 






163 90 


Boston Common, Frog Pond 






11 28 


Boston Common, grounds . 






39,999 36 


Boston Common, Park Street Station 




1,123 11 


Boston Common, West Street Station 




303 27 


Braddock park . . . . 




52 25 


Bromley park .... 






81 00 


Brookline overpass .' 






13 32 


Camp Meigs . . . . . 






176 50 


Cedar square 






172 75 


Centervale park .... 






116 00 


Central square .... 






577 50 


Chester park 






480 50 


Chestnut Hill park 






5,704 95 


City square 






77 73 


Columbia road . . . . 






11,575 48 


Columbus Park Stadium 






6,821 46 


Columbus square 






88 00 


Commonwealth avenue, main 






13,734 55 


Concord square 






152 83 


Denton square 






3 00 


Dorchester park 






2,687 61 


Eaton square 






169 25 


Edison green 






15 50 


Fens 






15,138 50 


Florida street 






201 25 


Fort Hill square 






492 SO 


Franklin Park, Administration Buildii 


ig, s 


lops 




etc 






8,630 24 


Franklin Park, carpenter shop . 






10,973 68 


Franklin Park, garage .... 






18,829 94 


Franklin Park, golf course . 






12,535 79 


Franklin Park, greenhouse . 






39,214 26 


Franklin Park, grounds 






644 25 


Franklin Park, paint she 


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7,182 81 



Park Department. 



Franklin Park, Refectory Building 






S2,837 53 


Franklin Park — Rose Garden . 






4,419 85 


Franklin Park, storehouse . 






23,754 74 


Franklin Park, yard 








28,870 74 


Franklin square 




• 




1,099 50 


Fred Olson square 








54 00 


George Wolf square 








108 00 


George Wright Golf Course 






27,751 10 


Green and Lamartine streets 






1,090 90 


Greenwood square 






47 75 


Hayes square 








577 50 


Heath square 








26 75 


Highland park 








590 42 


Horatio Harris park 








1,110 00 


Hyde square . 








25 00 


Independence park 








99 00 


Irving W. Adams park . 








1,015 49 


Jamaica Pond Boat Landing 


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1,440 22 


Jamaicaway . 








5,792 20 


John E. Donovan park 








708 00 


John Harvard Mall 








1,029 00 


John J. Welch 








567 19 


Kane square . 










37 25 


Kittredge square 










14 50 


Lawton Circle 










1,606 00 


Lincoln square 










115 79 


Linwood square 










19 75 


Lomasney park 










803 37 


Madison park 










1,358 50 


Maloney square 










6 00 


Marine park . 










6,186 54 


Mary Cummings Estate 








8 25 


Massachusetts avenue . 








1,056 32 


Maverick square . 








610 50 


McLean park 








619 00 


Mount Bowdoin green 








203 50 


North End park and pier 








756 78 


Oak square 








502 10 


Oakview terrace . 








33 00 


Olmsted park 








• 597 45 


Orchard park 








260 75 


Park Drive, Administration 


Building 






1.043 40 


Parks — General 








10,772 06 


Paul Revere Mall . 








26 00 


Peabody square 








27 50 


Penniman road 








303 00 


Preble Street Traffic Circle 








282 '90 


Prescott square 








610 50 


Public Garden 










22,649 33 



City Document No. 19. 



Putnam square 

Recreation Division 

Richardson square 

Riverway 

Ross Estate . 

Rutland square 

Soldiers' Monument Lot 

Spaulding square . 

Strandway 

Sullivan square 

Tremlett square 

Turner square 

Union park 

Vincent Cutillo park 

Walnut park . 

Waltham square . 

Warren Statue 

Washington park . 

Webster square 

Wellesley park 

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, elk range 

Zoological Garden, general . 

Zoological Garden, lion house 

Total 



$627 00 
43,064 46 
516 00 
10,567 03 
1,070 09 
126 50 
88 00 
36 50 
24,199 79 
49 75 
40 
175 
325 
705 
110 
162 
82 
1,419 
2 
333 
473 
440 
267 
340 
4,501 
5,093 
4,644 
4,209 83 
12,660 30 
10 35 
4,807 63 
73 50 
32,873 07 
5,207 91 

$553,807 08 



00 
25 
60 
25 
00 
00 
50 
75 
75 
75 
00 
06 
65 
00 
50 
57 
60 



Playgrounds. 

Almont Street Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground 
Carl H. Ahlsen Playground 
Ceylon Street Playground . 
Charlesbank Playground 
Cherry Street Playground . 
Christopher J. Gibson Playground 
Christopher J. Lee Playground . 



^3,315 
2,960 
3,671 
1,985 

479 
1,338 
2,859 

190 
3,320 
2,686 



08 
52 
59 
14 
87 
53 
95 
27 
79 
89 



Park Department. 



Cook Street Playground 

Copp's Hill Terrace Playground 

Everett and Elm Streets Playground 

Fallon Field Playground 

Fellows Street 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 

James and Margaret Tobin Playground 

Jefferson Playground . 

John J. Connolly Playground 

John J. Doherty Playground 

John F. Holland Playground 

John W. Murphy Playground . 

John H. L. Noyes Playground . 

John J. Ryan Playground . 

J. M. and J. J. Sullivan Playground 

John Winthrop Playground 

Joseph Lee Playground 

L. Gertrude Howes Playground . 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

London Street Playground . 

Mary Draper Playground . 

Mary Hannon Playground . 

Mary E. Hemenway Playground 

Matthew J. Sweeney Playground 

McCarthy Playground 

McConnell Park Playground 

Mc Kinney Playground 

Mission Hill Playground . . 

North End Prada Playground 

Parker Hill Playground 

Portsmouth Street Playground 

Readville Playground . " 

Rev. Father Buckley Playground 

Ripley Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 

Smith's Pond Playground . 

Snow Hill Street Playground 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground 

Thomas J. Roberts Playground 

Troy Street Playground 

Webster Street Playground 

Wesley G. Ross Playground 



$956 00 


610 


50 


63 


80 


3,526 


77 


100 


90 


660 


00 


1,854 


64 


1,951 


49 


2,682 


69 


2,161 


20 


2,001 


54 


3,453 


04 


996 


00 


3,192 


42 


2,845 


47 


3,228 


61 


1,307 


97 


3,005 


02 


3,663 


74 


4,332 


08 


9 


42 


1,814 49 


905 


71 


738 


63 


1,406 


50 


643 


50 


2,267 


63 


1,094 


82 


2,383 


32 


6 


75 


78 


50 


3,236 


62 


3,318 


29 


2,646 


69 


1,667 


04 


1,378 


53 


1,681 


95 


2,036 


36 


303 


97 


147 


00 


4,924 


10 


3,771 


08 


3,927 


59 


610 


50 


4,020 


48 


2,552 


24 


972 


73 


386 


44 


1,353 


39 



6 



City Document No. 19. 



William Amerena Playground 
William J. Barry Playgromid 
William E. Carter Playground 
William Eustis Playground . 
William E. Garvey Playground 
William F. Smith Playground 
Miscellaneous 

Total .... 









$1,990 43 
2,262 25 

2,484 37 
1,941 44 
4,145 21 
3,984 43 

678 82 




$143,173 73 



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 

Total 



$31,196 62 

5,725 25 

15,094 82 

11,835 85 

13,861 28 

8,355 34 

24,551 01 

27,465 18 

8,804 16 

8,396 53 

13,934 74 

$169,220 78 



Baths and Beaches. 

Broadway Municipal Building 
Charlesbank . . . . 
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, 

Miscellaneous . . 

Total 





$12,158 18 




2,018 62 




14,734 07 




400 00 




61,402 21 




8,250 46 




40,783 20 




10,278 14 




2,118 00 




6,016 54 




4,406 52 


LOom, 41,072 47 




1,162 42 


1204,800 83 



Park Department. 

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

Suppression of moths . 
Miscellaneous 
Pensions and annuities 
Automobiles, tractors, wagons, etc. 
Mount Hope Cemetery 



$68,195 00 

5,356 56 

40,584 93 

1,366 17 

40,469 93 

12,010 54 

66,766 14 

1,378 21 



Total 



,127 48 



Recapitulation . 



Parks and gardens 
Playgrounds . 
Gymnasia 
Baths and beaches 
General expense 

Total 



$553,807 08 
143,173 73 
169,220 78 
204,800 83 
236,127 48 

1,307,129 90 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue, Special Appropriations and 
Trust Funds, January I, 1946, to December 31, 1946. 

Recreation. 

Common and Parks in existence on January 12, 1887, Main- 
tenance and Improvement of .1200,661 68 

Victory Garden 595 GO 

Marj^ P. C. Cummings Trust Fund, income .... 2,953 96 

Contingent Fund, Temporary War Memorial . . . 2,352 44 

Recreational Program, Development, Activities, etc. . . 5,226 38 

Constructionof buildings, acquisition of land, etc., Revenue . 55,446 59 

Park, Plavground Improvements, etc.. Revenue . . 266,447 04 

Park Department, South End District 8,455 00 

Randidge Trust Fund, income • 322 20 

Departmental Equipment Loan, Motor Vehicle Machinerj^, 

Non-revenue 21,236 96 

Reconstruction, Repair, Parkways, Roadways . . . 18,785 14 

.$582,482 39 



Total 



CASH RECEIPTS 
For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1946. 

Park Division. 

Golf permits, Franklin Park course . . . $16,240 00 

Golf permits, George Wright course . . . 18,347 50 

Permits for openings, signs, etc. . . . 1,161 42 

Use of equipment, labor, etc 195 00 

Commission on receipts from public telephones 

in Park Department buildings . . . 87 41 

Settlement of claims 566 83 



8 



City Document No. 19. 



Refunds 

Sale of junk 

Towels, soap, etc., in playground houses . 
Rentals from concessions on parks and beaches 
Miscellaneous . . . 

Moth Suppression 

Conscience Fund 

Mary P. C. Cummings Estate, income 

Boston Common Tree Fund 

Special Guaranty Fund .... 



Baths. 



Towels, soap, etc. 
Miscellaneous 



in bath houses 



Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General Revenue 

Trust Funds, income .... 

Conscience Fund 

Special Guaranty Fund 



$50 88 




118 55 




1,306 28 




15,314 50 




19 00 




2,432 20 




50 




5,834 96 




140 44 




1,000 00 






$62,815 47 




$24,844 61 




16 00 






24,860 61 
$87,676 08 




$80,700 18 




5,975 40 




50 




1,000 00 







$87,676 08 



Franklin Park Golf Course. 
Opening Date — April 6. Closing Date — December 1, 
Registered attendance, 23,880. 

Annual permits issued, 515 at $15 . . . $7,725 

" ■ " 7,841 

590 



Daily permits issued, 7,841 at $1 
Twilight permits issued, 1,181 at 50 cents 
Service men registered free, 861 
ProfessionaFs concession 

Total 



1946. 



00 
00 
50 



15 00 



,171 50 



George Wright Golf Course. 
Opening Date — April 6. Closing Date — December 1, 1946. 
Registered attendance, 23,994. 

Annual permits issued, 378 at $25 . . . $9,450 00 

Daily permits issued, 2,945 at $2 . . . 5,890 00 

Daily permits issued, 2,993 at $1 . . .■' 2,993 00 

Daily permits issued, 2 at 75 cents ... 1 50 

Miscellaneous income 13 00 



Total 



,347 50 



Park Department. 



Skating Attendance for Season 1946. 



Name of Playground. 






Attendance . 


Almont Street Playground 6,500 


Amerena Playground . 






10,000 


American Legion Playground 






7,000 


Billings Field Playground . 






25,000 


Brookside Avenue Playground . 






3,000 


Carter Playground 






18,000 


Chandler Pond Playground 






30,000 


Charlestown Playground 






18,000 


Columbus Park Playground 






40,500 


Cronin Playground 






10,000 


Doherty and Gibson Playgrounds 






20,000 


Dorchester Park Playground 






12,000 


Draper Playground 






5,000 


Eustis Playground 






10,000 


Fallon Field Playground 






30,000 


Franklin Field Playground . 






190,000 


Garvey Playground 






135,000 


Hemenway. Playground 






15,000 


Jamaica Pond . . . " . 






100,000 


Jefferson Playground . 






30,000 


Lee, Joseph, Playground (Back Bay) 






30,000 


Murphy Playground 






20,000 


McConnell Park Playground 






45,000 


McKinney Playground 






15,000 


Noyes Playground 






15,000 


Parkman Playground .... 






8,000 


Public Garden 






100,000 


Rogers Park Playground 






20,000 


Roberts, Thomas J., Playground 






20,000 


Rotch Playground .... 






10,000 


Ringer Playground .... 






10,000 


Smith's Pond Playground . 






30,000 


Smith's Playground (Brighton) . 






20,000 


Wood Avenue Playground . 






30,000 


Total 




• 


1,088,000 



General Attendance for Season 1946. 

Name of Playground. Attendance. 

Ahlsen Playground 60,000 

Almont Street Playground 50,000 

Amerena Playground 45,000 

American Legion Playground .... 60,000 

Billings Field Playground 140,000 

Brookside Avenue Playground .... 30,000 

Carter Playground 200,000 



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City Document No. 19. 



Name of Playground. 


Attendance. 


Ceylon Street Playground .... 


40,000 


Charlesbank Playground .... 


100,000 


Charlestown Heights 


15,000 


Charlestown Playground .... 


165,000 


Cherry Street Playground .... 


10,000 


Chestnut Hill Playground .... 


165,000 


Columbus Park Playground and Stadium 


290,000 


Connolly Playground 


150,000 


Cronin Playground 


60,000 


Dorchester Park Playground 


100,000 


Draper Playground 


40,000 


Doherty and Gibson Playgrounds 


210,000 


Eustis Playground . . . . . 


118,000 


Emmons Playground ..... 


15,000 


Fallon Field Playground .... 


235,000 


Frankhn Field Playground .... 


585,000 


Garvey Playground 


190,000 


Healy Playground 


235,000 


Hemenway Playground . .• . 


60,000 


Holland Playground . . . ... 


40,000 


Jefferson Playground 


238,000 


Lee, Christopher, Playground (South Boston) 


132,000 


Lee, Joseph, Playground (Back Bay) 


218,000 


Murphy Playground 


105,000 


McConnell Park Playground 


138,000 


McKinney Playground .... 


82,000 


Mead Street Playground .... 


22,000 


Mission Hill Playground . . . 


100,000 


North End Park Playground 


134,000 


Noyes Playground 


92,000 


Parker Hill Playground .... 


47,000 


Parkman Playground 


42,000 


Portsmouth Street Playground . 


44,000 


Prince Street Playground .... 


35,000 


Readville Playground ..... 


70,000 


Ringer Playground 


78,000 


Ripley Playground . . . . 


20,000 


Roberts Playground . . , . 


138,000 


Rogers Park Playground .... 


152,000 


Ronan Park Playground . . ' . 


181,000 


Rotch Playground 


85,000 


Smith, WilHam E., Playground . 


172,000 


Smith's Pond Playground .... 


110,000 


Snow Hill Street Playground 


50,000 


Sweeney Playground 


25,000 


Tyler Street Playground .... 


10,000 


Walker Playground 


178,000 


West Third Street Playground . . . . 


20,000 



Pakk Department. 



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Name of Playground. 
Winthrop, John, Playground 
Wood Avenue Playground . 
World War Memorial Park 
Boston Common Playstead 

Total .... 



Attendance, 

40,000 

62,000 

70,000 

300,000 

6,598,000 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1946. 



Gymnasium. 



Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


1,166 


2,304 


630 


1,957 


1,134 


3,800 


2,136 


1,440 


1,198 


2,646 


2,070 


2,996 


1,391 


6,217 


1,035 


5,414 


1,987 


6,904 


2,030 


6,107 


2,094 


5,534 


735 


3,604 


4,207 


8,006 


2,232 


5,321 


3,017 


7,208 


3,470 


5,238 


6,705 


8,056 


2,962 


7,706 


3,866 


10,110 





7,304 


4,446 


11,737 


5,305 


8,158 


31,211 


72,522 


22,605 


55,245 



Total. 



Cabot Street 

Columbia Road 

Curtis Hall 

Hyde Park 

John J. Williams Building 

Lexington Street 

North Bennet Street 

Paris Street 

Roslindale 

Tyler Street 

Vine Street 

Totals...: 



6,057 
8,510 
8,910 
14,057 
17,028 
11,967 
19,766 
18,933 
25,429 
21,280 
29,646 



181,583 



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City Document No. 19. 



Shower Baths, Attendance, 1946. 



Building. 



Men. 



Boys. 



Women 



Girls. 



Totals. 



Brighton 

Broadway 

Cabot Street 

Columbia Road .... 

Copley School 

Curtis Hall 

Dover Street 

Hyde Park 

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

Paris Street 

Roslindale 

Tyler Street 

Vine Street ......... 

L Street 

Totals 



9,240 

60,595 

18,018 

70,775 

8,912 

45,026 

76,675 

38,560 

84,825 

59,300 

103,400 

125,725 

15,867 

16,100 

105,675 

221,799 



1,060,492 



4,173 
10,590 
10,997 
18,100 

4,015 
15,151 

1,490 
14,565 

7,160 
52,700 
47,725 
17,470 
14,397 
11,475 
38,975 
24,295 



314 

21,610 

3,986 

2,170 

210 

3,294 

6,119 

2,680 

17,105 

20,500 

43,105 

23,935 

1,840 

2,135 

15,700 

14,330 



668 

7,165 

4,581 

4,065 

814 

6,017 

},490 

2,575 

4,335 

23,400 

19,125 

5,350 

3,074 

1,990 

19,925 

24,635 



293,278 



179,033 



129,209 



14,395 

99,960 

37,582 

95,110 

13,951 

69,488 

85,774 

58,380 

113,425 

155,900 

213,355 

172,480 

35,178 

31,700 

180,275 

285,059 



1,662,012 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1946. 



Men. 



Cabot Street Pool 

Curtis HaU Pool 

Columbus Park Beach 

Head House Beach 

North End Park Beach 

Tenean Beach 

World War Memorial Park Beach 
L Street Beach 

Totals 



1,208 

944 

128,460 

31,480 

56,200 

7,370 

6,405 

165,008 



Boys. 



3,112 
6,708 
135,625 
97,420 
83,300 
17,140 
11,987 
24,295 



Women. 



Girls. 



741 

930 

121,710 

37,200 

35,500 

9,870 

5,562 

14,330 



2,886 

4,573 

129,300 

110,320 

44,600 

16,135 

10,566 

24,635 



Total. 



7,947 

13,155 

515,095 

276,420 

219,600 

50,515 

34,520 

228,268 



397,075 



379,587 



225,843 



343,015 



1,345,520 



PARK DEPARTMENT STATISTICS TO 
DECEMBER 31, 1946. 



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PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION. 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1946, to December 
31, 1946: 

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. 



Estab - 
lished. 

1838 



Bennington Street, East Boston . . . 157,500 

Rainsford 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, Uphams 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, 1946. 



Cemeteries. 



General 
Receipts. 



Perpetual 

Care 
Receipts. 



Interest on 

Perpetual 

Care. 



Mount Hope 

Fairview 

Evergreen 

Dorchester North. 
Dorchester South . 

Central 

Granary 

Westerly 

Copp's Hill 

Phipps Street. . . . 
King's Chapel .... 
Bunker Hill 



Totals. 



$66,089 22 

16,447 50 

"14,034 28 

113 65 

71 00 



25 00 



$96,780 65. 



$15,907 50 

7,450 00 

9,070 00 

122 00 



$32,549 50 



$16,998 92 

4,012 74 

5,226 50 

375 99 

132 06 

100 00 

100 00 

174 88 

100 00 

5 00 

100 00 

80 



$27,326 89 



Total, General Fund, December 31, 1945. 

Interest, General Fund, 1946 

Revenue (General Receipts), 1946. 



Payments from Fund during 1946: 

To Cemetery Maintenance and Improvement. 

Refunds 

Premium and Accrued Interest 



:,474,092 22 
85,272 31 
96,780 65 



$60,000 00 

530 00 

1,725 51 



Total, General Fund, December 31, 1946 

Total, Perpetual Care Funds, December 31, 1946. 



$2,656,145 18 



62,255 51 

$2,593,889 67 
814,951 62 



Total Cemetery Funds $3,408,841 29 



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City Document No. 19. 



Summary Statement of Cemetery Activities, January 1 to 
December 31, 1946. 



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Mount Hope 

Fairview 

Evergreen 

Dorchester North . 
Dorchester South. , 

Copp's Hill 

Bennington Street. 

Bunker HUl 

Phipps Street 

Westerly; 

Granary 

South End South . . 



Totals . 



1,611 

304 

198 

5 

2 



219 
23 
45 



287 



601 

116 

53 



770 



7,248 

895 

835 

127 

31 



9,139 



2,072 
1,071 
2,251 



5,394 



370 

115 

109 

2 



596 



37 



39 



Park Department. 



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Cemetery Division, Expenditures for Maintenance, Year Ending 
December 31, 1946. 

Office . 
Mount Hope 
Fairview 
Evergreen . 
Dorchester North 
Dorchester South 
Bennington Street 
Bunker Hill 
Copp's Hill 
Eliot . 
Granary 
King's Chapel 
Phipps Street 
South End South 
Westerly 
Central ^ 
Park . 
Hawes 
Union . 



13,273 


22 


59,340 


92 


13,108 


59 


7,193 


83 


385 


85 


310 


55 


324 


55 


158 


13 


373 


49 


165 


05 


297 


00 


286 


00 


170 


54 


277 


80 


110 


79 


131 


29 


27 


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Cemetery Division, Maintenance and Improvement, Year Ending 
December 31, 1946. 



Mount Hope 

Fairview 
Evergreen . 
Dorchester North 
Dorchester South 
Bennington Street 
Bunker Hill 
Copp's Hill 
Eliot . 
Granary 
King's Chapel 
Phipps Street 
South End South 
Westerly 
Central 
Hawes 
Union . 



53,807 83 
9,030 47 
5,751 20 
1,294 00 
1,642 50 

896 

708 
1,375 

987 
1,166 
1,310 

585 

663 

245 

519 



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75 
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50 
75 
25 
50 
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25 
25 



$60,000 00 



CITY OF BOSTON "^^t^ PRINTING DEPARTMENT