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Annual report of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 25, 1910 with report of annual meeting held April 25, 1910
(1910)

[Annual report of the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association for the year ending April 25, 1910 with report of annual meeting held April 25, 1910],   pp. [unnumbered]-[125]


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Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association
(Dotal Amount    lontributeb to Uate for 1 10
1 $50.00 subscription --------------------------------  $ 50 00
1 $30.00 subscription --------------------------------   30 00
53 $25.00 subscriptions -------------------------------  1,325 00
4 $20.00 subscriptions -------------------------------   80 00
16 $15.00 subscriptions -------------------------------- 240 00
1 $11.00 subscription  --------------------------------  11 00
113 $10.00 subscriptions -------------------------------1,130 00
235  $5.00 subscriptions --------------------------------1,150 00
31 $3.00 subscriptions          ------------              93 00
2  $2.50 subscriptions -------------------------------    5 00
12 $2.00 subscriptions --------------------------------   24 00
5  $1.00 subscriptions --------------------------------   5 00
474                                                    $4,143 00
Legacy of Mrs. Sarah J. Riebsami -----------------------  500 00
Gift of Mrs. Anna M. Vilas---------------------        25,000 00
Total to date for 1910                             $29,643 00
Total to 1910 ------------------------------------243,283 50
Total to date --------------------------------$272,926 50
(fter Tontrtbuttons
As before stated, this summary includes only the contri-
butions made directly to the association, and is exclusive
of contributions made by the city of Madison. It does not
take into account about 80 acres of land used for parks and
driveways outside of the city but held in trust for the city,
nor does it include about 33 acres in the parkway between
lakes Wingra and Monona, nor Kendall Park, worth at the
time it was donated by Judge Carpenter not less than $2,000,
nor Burr Jones Field, worth at least $4,000 when contrib-
uted by Mr. Jones, nor the $2,500 contributed by Mr. Jones
for the Olive Jones field in the Tenth ward, nor the $10,000
contributed by Halle Steensland for the Steensland Bridge,
nor about $56,000 expended by the railway companies in
making the Yahara Parkway possible.
(uty Atb
As above stated, the summary given does not include ap-
propriations made to acquire lands for parks, or amounts


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