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Knapp, Mickey, editor

Golden Notes Volume 39, Numbers 3 and 4 Fall and Winter 1993 The Branch State Prison At Folsom 1856-1895 A Trilogy [with] Pieces of Folsom History by John Fratis

Sacramento County Historical Society, Sacramento. 1993, i, 67p., plentiful b&w period photos and facsimiles; staplebound 8.5x5.5 inch soft-bound wraps, clean and sound, a very good copy. Double issue: 'About the California State Prison at Folson and the mystique [!] surrounding its history, and, to many, its very existence. The first section is a trilogy: The Politics is a narrative of the turbulent beginnings of the prison based on a portion of David A. Nephew's outstanding, heretofore un-published, master's thesis, "The History of Folsom Prison and Its Disciplinary Policies, 1856-1903." Part two, "The New Prison," is from a succinct description of the original facility presented in Thompson and West's 1880 History of Sacramento County." Part three, "The Folsom Water Power Company " is an adaptation from a melding of portions of [&c &c]. The second section is an adaptation of a series of articles written by John Fratis for the publication "Peacekeeper," a periodical of the California Correctional Peace Officers Association. The photographs are part of the collection at the Folsom Prison Museum.'

Cat.No: 183372

Price: $20.00

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