Lincoln, R. I. - Town Hall Square, about 1/4 acre; Poor Farm, about 30 acres.

Little Rock. Ark. - Aresnal Grounds, 36 acres; 5 Private Parks, open to the public.

Lockport, N. Y. - Dudley Square, about 3 acres; City Park, about 2 1/2 acres; Davison Park, about 1 acre.

Logansport, Ind. - Simpson Park, 13 acres, Walnut Park, 11 acres; Old City Park, 9 acres; Water-Works Park, 3 acres.

Los Angeles, Cal. - East Los Angeles Park, 50 acres; Hill and Sixth Street Park, 434 acres; Plaza Park, 8 acres.

Louisville, Ky. - Aims-House Grounds, about 200 acres; House of Refuge Grounds, 70 acres; Blind-Asylum Grounds, 30 acres; City Hospital Grounds, 15 acres; Baxter Square, 10 acres.

Lowell, Mass. - Rogers'Fort Hill Park, 30 acres; South Common, 8834 acres; North Common, 11 1/2 acres; Park Square, 1 3/4 acres.

Lynchburc, Va. - Fair Grounds, 8 acres; City Park. 6 acres; Park Avenue Reservoir Grounds, 3 1/2 acres; Clay Street Reservoir Grounds, 1 acre.

Lynn, Mass. - Free Public Forest, 98 acres; Lynn Common, 7 1/4 acres; Fayette Park, 8 acres; City Park, 134 acres; Washington Square,1/8 acre.

Macon, Ga. - Central City Park, nearly 100 acres, on which are located the annual State Fairs; improvement cost, perhaps, $300,000.00; Tatnall Square, about 20 acres; Water Stand-pipe Square, about 1 acre.

Madison, Wis. - Capitol Park, containing the State House, 14 acres; Orton Park, 5 acres. The Five Lakes are as follows: Mendota,or Fourth, Lake, 7 miles long and 5 miles wide; Monona, or Third, Lake, 5 miles long by 3 miles wide; Wau-besa, or Second, Lake, 4 miles long by 2 miles wide; Kesonsa, or First, Lake, 3 1/2 miles long by 3 miles wide; Wingra, or Dead, Lake, 1 3/4 miles long by 1 mile wide.

Maiden, Mass. - Two Public Squares, unnamed and unimproved, containing less than 1/2 acre each.

Manchester, N. H. - Merrimack Square, about 6 acres; Concord Square, 4 1/2 acres; Park Square, 334 acres; Hanover Square, 3 acres; Tre-mont Square, 834 acres.

Marlborough, Mass. - High-School Common, 8 acres; Union Park, Si acres; Soldiers' Monument Grounds, 34 acre.

Memphis, Tenn. - Bluffs Public Grounds, along the Mississippi River, about 10 acres; Esti-val (private) Park, about 7 acres; Court Square, 434 acres; Market Square, 134 acres.

Meriden, Conn. - New City Park, about 9 acres; Winthrop Square, X acre.

Middletown, Conn. - Washington Green, 334 acres; Union Park, 3/4 acre.

Milwaukee, Wis. - National Soldiers' Home Grounds, 408 acres; Kilbourne (Reservoir) Park 29 1-6 acres; Juneau Park, 13 3/4 acres; Eighth Ward Park, (No. 1 , 2 acres; Eighth Ward Park (No.2), 2 acres; Fifth Ward Park, about 1 3/4 acres; Fourth Ward Park, 1 1/2 acres; Seventh Ward Park, 1 acre; Grand Avenue Park, 1 acre.

Minneapolis, Minn. - Lake Harriet, surrounded by a boulevard, 400 acres; Central Park, 30 acres; North view Park, 83 acres; Riverside, 20 acres; Prairie Park, 10 3/4 acres; Elliott Park, 4 acres; Steele Square, 834 acres; Murphy Square, 834 acres; Market Square, 834 acres; Hawthorne Square, 8 acres.

Mobile, Ala. - Bascomb (now Cottrell's) Race Course, 91 acres; Arlington Park, about 60 acres; Frascati Park, about 20 acres; Bienville Square, about 4 2/3 acres; Washington Square, about 4 2/3 acres.

Montgomery, Ala. - City Park, 2 1/4 acres; The Triangle, 34 acre.

Mountain Lake Park, Md. - In Garrett County, contains 850 acres. (B&O.) Similar in Educational facilities to Chautauqua Lake, N. Y.

Nashville, Tenn. - Lunatic Asylum Grounds, 500 acres; Vanderbilt Grounds, 85 acres; Base Ball Park, 73 acres; Fisk University Grounds, 57 acres; Normal School Grounds, 30 acres; Baptist Theological School, 3© acres: Spring Park, 15 acres; Blind School Grounds, 15 acres; City Park, 14 acres; St. Celia Academy Grounds, 18 acres; Central College Grounds, 8 acres; Public Square, 7 acres; Capitol Grounds, 634 acres.

Nashua, N. H. - North Park, 50 acres, South Park, 85 acres.

New Albany, Ind. - Public Square, 1 1/3 acres.

Newark, N. J. - Military Park, about 6 1/2 acres; Lincoln Park, 434 acres; Washington Park" 3 1/3 acres; Milford Park, about 1 acre; Central Square, about 7-8 acre; Clinton Park, about 34 acre; Jackson Park, 1/3 acre; Lombardy Park, about 1/4 acre.

New Bedford, Mass. - The Common, 7 1/4 acres, in which stands the Soldiers' Monument.

New Britain, Conn. - Walnut Hill Park, 1©© acres; South Park, about 8 acres; Central Park, 134 acres.

New Brunswick, N. J. - City Park, about 8 acres.

New buryport, Mass. - Bartlett Mall, about 3 acres; Market Square, about 834 acres; Kent Street Common, 8 acres; Atkinson Common, 8 acres; Brown Square, 34 acre.

New Haven, Conn. - East Rock Park, 352 7/8 acres; The Old Green, 16 acres; Woos-ter Square, 434 acres; Clinton Park, 3 3/4 acres; Jocelyn Square, 834 acres; York Square. 1 acre; Spireworth Square, 1 acre; Munson Park, 34 acre; Broadway Upper Park, 34 acre; Hamilton Place, 34 acre; Fountain Park, 1/3 acre; Broadway Lower Park, about 1/3 acre.

New London, Conn. - Memorial Park, 8© acres; Williams Park, © acres.

New Orleans, La. - Upper City Park, used for World's Cotton Exposition, 249 acres; Lower City Park, 169 1/3 acres; Constitution Place, 10 1/3 acres; Miltenberger Square, 5 acres; St. James Square, 5 acres; Cannon Square, 5 acres; Isis Square, 5 acres; Osiris Square, 5 acres; Hamilton Square, 4 2/3 acres; Force Square, 4 3/4 acres; Independence Place, 4 2/3 acres; Union Place, 4 2/3 acres; Douglass Square 434 acres; Commerce Square, 434 acres; Fillmore Square, 434 acres; Coliseum Square, 4 acres; Hopkins Square, 4 acres; Amsterdam Square, 334 acres; Foreigners' Square, 3 2/3 acres; Gaines Square, 334 acres; National Square, 334 acres; Taylor Square, 3 1/2 acres; Annunciation Square, 3 1/3 acres; Rome Square, 3 1/3 acres; Lafayette Square, 2 3/4 acres; Jefferson Square, 2 3/4 acres; Jackson Square, 834 acres; Place D'Armes, 834 acres; Dessaix Place, 834 acres; Lima Square, 834 acres; McCarthy Square, 2 1/4 acres; Washington Square, 8 acres; Lawrence Square, 8 acres; Samuel Square,2 acres; Frederick Square, 8 acres; Green Square, 8 acres; Clay Square, 8 acres; Lee Place, 1 acre; Nashville Avenue (No. 1), 1 acre; Nashville Avenue (No. 2), 1 acre; Claiborne Circle, 3/4 acre; St. Anthony's Square, 1/4 acre; Sun Place, 1/4 acre.