The land that makes up Cutillo Park was taken by the City of Boston for park purposes in 1917.

In 1920, the park was dedicated in honor of Vincent J. Cutillo, a young North End resident, who was killed in service in 1918 in World War I. These articles from the Boston Globe are about 100 years old. See www.friendsofcutillopark.com for more on the history of Cutillo Park.

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