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San Quentin papers, 1889-1956.

Author: Leo L Stanley; James M Wilkins
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Published books, typescripts, and typed reports, most of which pertain to Stanley's work as a physician for San Quentin Prison. Includes the Register of State Prison at San Quentin, 1889; Reports of Directors on San Quentin, 1855-1912; typed copies of the Reports of Committee on State Prisons, 1857-1868; an undated typescript by James M. Wilkins, The evolution of a state prison; a typed report, Federal executions at  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Leo L Stanley; James M Wilkins
OCLC Number: 122558911
Description: 1 box (0.5 linear ft.)

Abstract:

Published books, typescripts, and typed reports, most of which pertain to Stanley's work as a physician for San Quentin Prison. Includes the Register of State Prison at San Quentin, 1889; Reports of Directors on San Quentin, 1855-1912; typed copies of the Reports of Committee on State Prisons, 1857-1868; an undated typescript by James M. Wilkins, The evolution of a state prison; a typed report, Federal executions at the California State Prison at San Quentin, Oct. 18, 1895; an edited typescript of Stanley's News men I have known; and a notebook of Stanley's entitled San Francisco, Honolulu, Wake Island, Tokyo, Seoul (Korea), Feb. 1956. The notebook includes some ephemera.

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