New York State Prison 1902 Report
Annual Report of the Superintendent of State Prisons for the Year Ending September 30, 1902. State of New York Prison Department: Sing Sing Prison, Auburn Prison, Clinton Prison, Eastern New York Reformatory, Matteawan State Hospital for Insane Criminals, Dannemora State Hospital for Insane Convicts, Bureau of Identification.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Aneato, Armstrong, Babcock, Barden, Bianco, Blanchard, Brennan, Buffailo, Busha, Champ, Charter, Clark, Cleary, Dalton, Daly, Daxon, Decker, Ellis, Epstein, Farrell, Flannigan, Flood, Foster, France, Goldsmith, Grant, Guglermo, Guiseppe, Hall, Hoey, Hoffman, James, Kelly, Kenna, Litman, Loeser, Mann, Mastropiere, Middleton, Miles, Mitchell, Monahan, Mooney, Morton, Murphy, Nelson, Nichols, O'Brien, O'Conner, O'Donnell, Pabst, Patterson, Phalen, Reilly, Roche, Schmidt, Simpson, Smith, Statin, Sullivan, Sulzer, Sweeney, Thompson, Tighe, Tobin, Waldron, Wall, Wallace, Walsh, Walters, Weiner, Whimple, Williams, Winters.
Labels: New York, Prison Records
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