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Evaluation of city of Boston park and recreation land: neighborhood of Jamaica Plain. by Boston Mayor"s Office of Capital Planning.

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  • Area measurement -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Land use -- Massachusetts -- Jamaica Plain (Boston),
  • Parks -- Massachusetts -- Jamaica Plain (Boston),
  • Land use -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Open spaces -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Outdoor recreation -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Parks -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Playgrounds -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Recreation areas -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Square -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Jamaica Plain.,
  • Jamaica Plain (Boston, Mass.) -- Open Space.

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...contains data on the Beecher Street Play Area, Brewer/Burroughs Tot Lot, Gibbons Playground, Jefferson Playground, McLaughlin Playground, Mozart Street playground, Murphy playground, Paul Gore Street, Pine Bank Play Area, Rossmore/Stedman Park, South Street Mall; data on squares and malls: Hanlon Square, Heath Square, Mahoney Square, Oakview Terrace, Soldier"s Monument lot; includes land area measurement of each in acres; this item was in the BRA collection...

Edition Notes

Other titles1987 park evaluation and site summaries.
ContributionsHalvorson Company, Inc.
The Physical Object
Paginationvarious paging; tables, photos, maps, sketches
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13523102M

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