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[Document 19—1952.] 




ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



PARK DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1951. 



Boston, December 31, 1951. 

Hon. John B. Hynes, 
Mayor of Boston. 
Dear Sir: 

In accordance with section 15 of chapter 185, Acts of 
1875, the Park Commission herewith submits its an- 
nual report for the year 1951. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Frank R. Kelley, 

Chairman, Board of 
Park Commissioners. 

Theodore C. Haffenreffer, 
Joseph Lee, 

Commissioners. 



City Document No. 19. 



Expenditures for Maintenance, January 1 to December 31, 1951. 



Parks, Gardens — Squares. 

Algonquin square 

Aquarium 

Aquarium, grounds 

Arborway 

Arnold Arboretum 

Back Bay District 

Back Bay yard 

Belmont square 

Blackstone square 

Boston Common, Bandstand 

Boston Common, Charles Street Station . 

Boston Common, Deer Park 

Boston Common, Frog Pond ... 

Boston Common, grounds .... 

Boston Common, Park Street Station 

Boston Common, Playland .... 

Boston Common, West Street Station 

Braddock park 

Brighton District 

Bromley park 

Camp Meigs 

Castle Island 

Cedar square 

Centervale park 

Central square 

Chambers and Poplar streets 

Charlestown District 

Chester park 

Chiswick road 

Christmas trees and decorations 

City square 

Columbia road 

Columbus Park 

Columbus Park Stadium .... 
Commonwealth avenue, main 

Concord square 

Copley square 

Dorchester Heights 

Dorchester Park 

East Boston District ....... 

East Boston Stadium . . . . . 

Eaton square 

Elm Hill park 

Factory Hill ........ 

Fellows street 

Fens . . . . ■ . . . 



$221 00 


50,016 


17 


4,841 


18 


7,435 


61 


2,508 05 


12,502 


47 


25,104 07 


2,561 


00 


2,568 


50 


1,845 


24 


466 


20 


375 


22 


3,779 


37 


57,590 


73 


1,502 


14 


672 


30 


1,819 


92 


58 


25 


29,501 


80 


241 


75 


1,603 


50 


1,868 


67 


164 


75 


55 


25 


4,352 


00 


180 


10 


9,586 


89 


1,643 


68 


397 


46 


3,929 


99 


1,385 


31 


103 


95 


16,592 00 


5,870 


12 


29,509 


17 


443 


20 


50 00 


4,798 91 


5,144 08 


5,136 81 


14,901 


82 


155 


75 


61 


25 


110 


50 


251 


25 


23,248 


55 



Park Department. 



Fens Rose Garden 

Fens Stadium 

Fens Vet Memorial 

Florida street 

Fort Hill square . 

Franklin Park, Administration Buildings, shop 

etc 

Franklin Park, carpenter shop 

Franklin Park, garage . 

Franklin Park, golf course . 

Franklin Park, greenhouse . 

Franklin Park, grounds 

Franklin Park, harness shop 

Franklin Park, lawn mower shop 

Franklin Park, paint shop 

Franklin Park, Refectory Buildin 

Franklin Park, Rose Garden 

Franklin Park, repair shops 

Franklin Park, stadium 

Franklin Park, storehouse . 

Franklin Park, toboggan slide 

Franklin Park, yard 

Franklin square 

Fred Olson square 

Herbert J. Wolf square 

George Wright Golf Course 

Green and Lamartine streets 

Haverhill Park 

Hayes square 

Heath square 

Highland park 

Horatio Harris Park 

Hyde square . 

Independence Park 

Irving W. Adams Park 

Jamaica Pond Boat Landing 

Jamaicaway . 

John E. Donovan Park 

John Harvard Mall 

Kelley's Circle 

Kenmore square 

Kittredge square 

Linwood square 

Madison Park 

Maiden street 

Maloney square 

Mary Cummings Estate 

Massachusetts avenue 

Maverick square . 

McLean Park 

Michael J. Brophy Park 



$18,849 


69 


12,775 

885 


14 

85 


166 


75 


809 


03 


13,397 17 
18,284 98 
49,304 86 
35,051 79 


57,359 

48,682 
1,541 


78 
72 
00 


4,962 77 
35,532 59 

6,507 80 

13,586 48 

79,241 63 

174 73 


53,176 46 
791 24 


20,356 36 
2,335 25 


61 


25 


1,383 


25 


61,876 
994 


65 
75 


331 


50 


50 


25 


55 


25 


308 42 


1,381 
55 


00 
25 


607 


75 


2,546 
143 


13 

65 


20,889 
50 


93 
25 


2,437 
979 


50 
50 


165 


75 


55 


25 


55 


25 


2,960 
596 


66 
62 


552 


25 


269 


35 


1,714 00 


609 


75 


3,120 


84 



176 35 



City Document No. 19. 



Mount Bowdoin Green 

Murray Park 

Myrtle street . 

Myrtle Street Boat Landing 

Oakview terrace 

Olmsted Park 

Orchard Park 

Park Drive, Administration Building 

Parks — General 

Plympton Street Pool . 

Preble Street Traffic Circle 

Prescott square 

Public Garden 

Putnam square 

Recreation Division 

Richardson square 

Riverway 

Ross Estate . 

Rutland square 

South Boston District . 

Strandway 

Turner square 

Union park 

Wall street 

Walnut park . 

Warren Statue 

Washington Park . 

Winthrop square . 

Wellesley park 

William B. Corbett Park 

Wolcott square 

Worcester square . 

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 

Zoological Garden, monkey cages 

Total 



$420 00 


61 


25 


1,326 50 

3,176 02 

50 25 


354 


75 


2,310 22 

19,897 71 

9,464 91 

55 25 


501 


33 


1,539 25 

39,352 03 

1,849 75 

173,614 06 


351 


75 


3,791 


92 


465 


80 


856 


25 


3,552 45 
955 59 


307 


50 


1,014 75 
382 00 


1,731 


50 


56 


25 


2,634 


62 


227 00 


50 


25 


161 


75 


435 00 


1,704 84 


10,479 
9,995 


11 
62 


11,592 
41,225 


55 
44 


28 


31 


13,357 
261 


58 
15 


64,929 
11,931 


53 

42 


912 


61 



,352,724 17 



Playgrounds. 



Almont Street Playground . 
American Legion Playground 
Billings Field Playground . 
Brookside Avenue Playground 



58,469 87 
7,758 39 
8,242 67 

2,774 58 



Park Department. 



Cassidy Playground 

Ceylon Street Playground . 

Cherry Street Playground . 

Christopher J. Gibson Playground 

Christopher J. Lee Playground . 

Cook Street Playground 

Fallon Field Playground 

Francis Parkman Playground 

Franklin Field Playground . 

Frederick D. Emmons Playground 

General Playground 

George H. Walker Playground . 

James L. Cronin Playground 

James F. Healy Playground 

J. M. and J. J. Sullivan 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 . 

John Winthrop Playground 

Joseph Lee Playground 

Kiley Street Playground 

King Street Playground 

L. Gertrude Howes Playground 

Lester J. Rotch Playground 

London Street Playground . 

Mary Draper Playground . 

Mary Hannon Playground . 

Mary E. Hemenway Playground 

McConnell Park Playground 

McKinney Playground 

McLaughlin Playground 

Mission Hill Playground 

North End Prado Playground 

Parker Hill Playground 

Paris Street Playground 

Pitts and Hale Streets Playground 

Philips Street Playground . 

Portsmouth Street Playground 

Prince Street Playground . 

Readville Playground . 

Rev. Father Buckley Playground 

Rogers Park Playground 

Ronan Park Playground 

Smith's Pond Playground . 

Stanley A. Ringer Playground 

Thomas J. Roberts Playground 



$7,505 


62 


2,579 


09 


1,086 


50 


7,147 58 


5,815 


76 


156 


50 


8,809 


91 


3,852 45 


27,925 24. 


6,815 43 


29,177 55 


5,166 


62 


3,344 86 


7,590 


70 


74 


64 


638 


00 


11,493 


51 


8,380 


64 


11,281 


93 


2,931 


09 


6,124 


93 


10,625 


75 


784 


63 


3,054 


92 


4,686 07 


955 


50 


1,808 00 


2,899 02 


5,991 


71 


1,342 


25 


5,275 


65 


1,110 


60 


5,846 


52 


5,303 


30 


7,446 


27 


2,659 23 


6,821 


79 


8,299 


57 


3,211 


09 


2,273 


75 


110 


50 


1,043 


00 


5,118 09 


221 


00 


3,705 


53 


463 


10 


7,690 75 


6,316 


81 


9,598 


69 


4,654 


54 


5,630 47 



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City Document No. 19. 



Troy Street Playground 
Tyler Street Playground 
Wesley G. Ross Playground 
William Amerena Playground 
William E. Carter Playground . 
William Eustis Playground 
William E. Garvey Playground . 
William F. Smith Playground 
William Gary Walsh Playground 
William J. Barry Playground 



75 
989 75 
5,767 11 
4,762 04 
8,444 99 
5,448 02 
7,625 93 
9,365 
1,504 
1,850 



38 
66 

85 



Total 



$356,833 64 



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 .... 



$43,028 25 
13,017 28 
22,391 69 

9,825 90 
22,687 61 

9,079 36 
41,514 86 
53,722 61 
10,390 07 
14,094 88 
21,576 42 

$261,328 93 



Baths and Beaches. 

Broadway Municipal Building . 

Charlestown Pool 

Dover Street Bath House and Laundry 

L Street Bath House and Beach 

L Street Solariums .... 

North End Park Beach and Bath 

Repair Room, Sewing Room, and Stock Room 

Total ........ 



$26,789 54 
39,417 03 
54,089 24 

129,013 28 

2,324 20 

21,320 78 

47,690 81 

$420,644 88 



General Expenses. 

Central Office — Administration . . . $141,776 14 

Fuel 18,868 88 

Street trees 58,337 73 

Miscellaneous 5,728 60 

Automobiles, tractors, wagons, etc. . . . 89,145 15 

Total $313,856 50 



Park Department. 



Recapitulation. 



Parks and gardens 
Playgrounds . 
Gymnasia 
Baths and beaches 
General expenses . 

Total 



,352,724 17 
356,833 64 
261,328 93 
420,644 88 
313,856 50 

J,705,388 12 



CASH RECEIPTS. 
For Twelve Months Ending December 31, 1 95 1 . 



Park Division. 
Franklin Park Golf Course 
George Wright Golf Course 
Permits for openings, signs, etc. 
Use of equipment, labor, etc. 

Refunds 

Telephone commissions and refunds 

Sale of junk 

Settlement of claims for damages 
Miscellaneous .... 
Towels, soap, etc., from playground houses 
Rentals from property and concessions 
Boston Common Tree Fund, income 
Mary C. P. Cummings Estate, income 
Randidge Trust Fund, income . . . 
Babcock Music Fund, income . 
Foss Flag Fund, income .... 
Foss 17th of June Fund, income 



.$21,380 00 

29,799 75 

105 50 

270 00 

465 76 

439 46 

100 00 

563 02 

52 00 

1,411 62 

12,114 44 

125 66 

6,170 07 

1,768 50 

73 87 

85 00 

85 00 



Bath Division. 



Towels, soap, etc., income 



$75,009 65 



31,769 67 
$106,779 32 



Above receipts were credited as follows: 

General Revenue $98,471 22 

Trust Funds, income 8,308 10 



$106,779 32 



Expenditures of Loan, Revenue, Special Appropriations and Trust 
Funds, January I, 1951, to December 31, 1951. 

Recreation. 

Common and Parks in Existence on January 12, 1887, Main- 
tenance and Improvement of $177,595 87 

Construction of Buildings and Original Equipment and 

Furnishings Thereof, Non-Revenue 4,973 28 

Gallivan Boulevard, Washington Street, Dorchester; and 

Gary Walsh Playground, Restoration of ... 575 00 

Mary P. C. Cummings Trust Funds, Income . . . 47,695 97 

Park and Playground Improvements, etc., Revenue . . 112,088 66 

Randidge Trust Fund, Income 2,946 74 

Reconstruction and Repair of Parkways and Roadways . 105,612 29 



City Document No. 19. 



Rehabilitation of the Franklin Park Zoo $24,319 11 

Trees Afflicted with Dutch Elm Disease, Removal of . . 24,443 95 

William J. Barry Playground, Restoration of ... 6,044 25 

Park Department, South End District 228 11 

Total $506,523 23 



Franklin Park Golf Course. 
Opening Date — April 7, 1951. Closing Date — December 9, 

1951. 

Registered attendance, 29,217. 
Annual permits, residents, 672 at $15 
Annual permits, non-residents, 1 at 
Week-end — Holiday permits, non-residents, 268 

at $1.50 

Daily permits, 10,004 at $1 . 

Twilight permits, 1,728 at 50 cents . 



Total 



$10,080 00 
30 00 

402 00 

10,004 00 

864 00 

$21,380 00 



George Wright Golf Course. 
Opening Date — April 7, 1951. Closing Date - 

1951. 

Registered attendance, 39,137. 
Annual permits, residents, 427 at $30 
Annual permits, non-residents, 53 at $40 . 
Week-end — Holiday permits, 3,829 at $2 

Daily permits, 5,924 at $1 

Special permits, 118 

Lockers, 417 at $3 

Total . 



December 10, 


$12,810 00 

2,120 00 

7,658 00 

5,924 00 

135 75 


1,251 00 



,898 75 



Skating Attendance for Season 1951. 



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



Approximate 
Attendance. 

1,000 
1,650 
1,200 
2,100 

450 
2,900 
4,850 
2,850 
6,500 
1,300 
3,300 
2,000 

550 



Park Department. 9 

Approximate 

Name of Playground. Attendance. 

Eustis Playground 1,600 

Fallon Field Playground . . . . 4,700 

Franklin Field Playground 27,000 

Garvey Playground . . . . . . 18,000 

Hemenway Playground > 1,900 

Jamaica Pond 15,000 

Jefferson Playground 5,000 

Lee, Joseph, Playground (Back Bay) . . 4,600 

McConnell Park Playground . ' . . . 6,900 

McKinney Playground . . . . . 2,400 

Murphy Playground ■ . . . . . . 2,750 

Noyes Playground 1,900 

Parkman Playground 900 

Public Garden 10,500 

Ringer Playground ...... 900 

Roberts, Thomas J., Playground . . . 3,300 

Rogers Park Playground ..... 2,900 

Rotch Playground • . 1,500 

Smith Playground (Brighton) .... 2,200 

Smith's Pond Playground 3,900 

Wood Avenue Playground 4,100 

Total 152,600 

General Attendance for Season 1951 . 

Approximate 

Name of Playground. Attendance. 

Ahlsen Playground 68,500 

Almont Street Playground 60,000 

Amerena Playground 49,000 

American Legion Playground .... 67,000 

Billings Field Playground ..... 172,000 

Boston Common Playstead .... 325,000 

Brookside Avenue Playground .... 33,000 

Carter Playground 153,500 

Ceylon Street Playground 47,500 

Charlesbank Playground 110,000 

Charlestown Heights Playground . . . 18,000 

Charlestown Playground 106,900 

Cherry Street Playground 12,000 

Chestnut Hill Playground 175,500 

Columbus Park Playground and Stadium . 304,600 

Connolly Playground 160,400 

Cronin Playground 66,800 

Dorchester Park Playground .... 106,700 

Draper Playground 43,000 

Doherty and Gibson Playgrounds . . . 221,600 

Emmons Playground 16,500 

Eustis Playground 124,000 



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City Document No. 19. 



Approximate 

Name of Playground. Attendance. 

Fallon Field Playground 247,600 

Franklin Field Playground 613,500 

Garvey Playground 200,188 

Healy Playground ...... 248,000 

Hemenway Playground . . . . . 64,300 

Holland Playground 42,900 

Jefferson Playground 159,800 

Lee, Christopher, Playground (South Boston) 139,900 

Lee, Joseph, Playground (Back Bay) . . 228,600 

McConnell Park Playground .... 145,500 

McKinney Playground 89,800 

Mead Street Playground 23,900 

Mission Hill Playground 106,600 

Murphy Playground 116,000 

North End Park Playground .... 142,300 

Noyes Playground 98,000 

Parker Hill Playground 50,500 

Parkman Playground . . . ... 45,300 

Portsmouth Street Playground .... ' 47,750 

Prince Street Playground . . . . . 38,000 

Readville Playground 76,700 

Ringer Playground 82,800 

Ripley Playground 24,000 

Roberts Playground 145,600 

Rogers Park Playground . . . . . 161,400 

Ronan Park Playground . . . . . 190,100 

Rotch Playground 89,500 

Smith, William E., Playground .... 180,950 

Smith's Pond Playground . . . . . 86,950 

Snow Hill Street Playground . . . . 54,700 

Sweeney Playground 26,750 

Tyler Street Playground . . . . . 12,850 

Walker Playground 143,850 

West Third Street Playground (Fr. Buckley) . 22,750 

Winthrop, John, Playground . . . . 43,000 

Wood Avenue Playground . . . . . 65,750 

World War Memorial Park . . . . 76,200 

Total 6,773,738 



Park Department. 

Shower Baths, Attendance, 1951, 



11 



Building. 



Men. 



Boys. Women. Girls. 



Total. 



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 Baths 

L Street Solarium . . . 

Totals 



8,277 


3,396 


352 


371 


81,100 


25,800 


44,600 


21,200 


22,053 


10,037 


3,570 


2,025 


102,100 


13,925 


2,780 


5,770 


13,929 


5,516 


3,120 


3,755 


48,856 


6,203 


2,332 


2,678 


69,736 


2,277 


6,865 


2,147 


29,635 


18,235 


1,760 


2,845 


71,100 


10,350 


21,175 


8,100 


34,150 


29,885 


10,115 


12,315 


128,465 


43,770 


61,082 


38,508 


158,025 


17,875 


19,315 


6,410 


16,210 


4,517 


1,982 


1,043 


56,750 


38,975 


4,000 


3,250 


65,250 


13,735 


17,875 


13,140 


544,900 


60,790 


212,534 


55,106 


8,758 




2,845 




1,459,294 


305,286 


416,302 


178,663 



12,396 

172,700 

37,685 

124,575 

26,320 

60,069 

81,025 

52,475 

110,725 

86,465 

271,825 

201,625 

23,752 

102,975 

110,000 

873,330 

11,603 



2,359,545 



Gymnasia, Class and Individual Attendance, 1951, 



Location. 



Men. 



Boys. Women. Girls. 



Total. 



Cabot Street 

Columbia Road 

Curtis Hall 

Hyde Park 

J. J. Williams Building 

Lexington Street 

North Bennet Street. . 

Paris Street 

Roslindale 

South Boston 

Tyler Street 

Vine Street 

Totals 



1,723 
4,274 
4,168 
2,124 
4,003 
3,232 
6,856 
4,111 
3,462 
5,301 
1,745 
2,630 



43,629 



8,549 


690 


1,534 


6,014 


801 


4,777 


5,312 


799 


4,862 


6,119 


1,705 


2,005 


7,291 


1,212 


3,316 


3,125 


2,021 


1,716 


7,447 


392 


1,369 


14,300 


1,605 


7,642 


9,002 


4,450 


3,007 


17,570 


692 


5,003 


4,320 


482 


635 


15,003 


2,163 


5,997 


104,052 


17,012 


41,863 



12,496 
15,866 
15,141 
11,953 
15,822 
10,094 
16,064 
27,658 
19,921 
28,566 
7,182 
25,793 



206,456 



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City Document No. 19. 



Beaches and Swimming Pools, Attendance, 1951. 



Location. 


Men. 


Boys. 


Women. 


Girls. 


Totals. 




1,412 

2,715 

13,250 

5,825 

544,900 


5,132 

9,479 

73,600 

12,065 

60,790 


354 

1,328 

9,000 

4,320 

212,534 


3,190 
6,804 

36,800 
8,340 

55,106 


10,688 


Curtis Hall Pool 


20,326 




132,650 




30,550 




873,330 






Totals 


568,102 


161,066 


227,536 


110,240 


1,066,944 







PARK DEPARTMENT STATISTICS TO 
DECEMBER 31, 1951. 



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PARK DEPARTMENT — CEMETERY DIVISION 



The following annual report is presented for the 
Cemetery Division from January 1, 1951, to December 
31, 1951: 

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 

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. 



26 



City Document No. 19. 



Cemetery Division Receipts, January I to December 31, 1951. 



Cemeteries. 


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$41,213 32 


$29,737 95 






Total: General Fund, December 31, 19t 
Interest, General Fund, 1951 . . . 
Revenue (General Receipts), 195 
Discounts on Securities Purchas 

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Cemetery Division, Expenditures for Maintenance, Year Ending 
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Office $15,785 96 

Mount Hope 127,216 91 

Fairview 26,593 11 

Evergreen 24,670 02 

Dorchester North 1,943 13 

Dorchester South 2,030 29 

Bennington Street 1,883 42 

Bunker Hill 1,063 85 

Copp's Hill 2,103 44 

Eliot 1,703 54 

Granary 2,005 60 

King's Chapel 2,028 70 

Phipps Street 1,084 39 

South End South 1,247 95 

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Central 205 69 

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Cemetery Division, Maintenance and Improvement, Year Ending 
December 31, 1951. 

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Fairview . . . . . . . . . 7,064 15 

Evergreen ........ 4,440 98 

Dorchester North 872 95 

Dorchester South 983 45 

Bennington Street 1,038 70 

Bunker Hill 502 77 

Copp's Hill 872 95 

Eliot . 533 18 

Granary . 928 20 

King's Chapel 1,196 40 

Phipps Street ....... 502 78 

South End South ....... 533 15 

Market Street 44 20 

Westerly 11 05 

Central 66 30 



$52,453 27 



CITY OF BOSTON c^raSkr, PRINTING DEPARTMENT