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California State Prison at San Quentin

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: 670 __ |a California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation website, via WWW, July 14, 2014 |b (San Quentin State Prison; est. July 1852 at Point San Quentin; built by inmates; housed male and female inmates until 1933, women then transferred to women’s prison at Tehachapi; located in Marin County, Calif.; four cell blocks, one maximum security cell block, Central Health Care Service Building, a medium security dorm setting, and a minimum security firehouse; state’s only gas chamber and death row for all male condemned inmates are located at San Quentin) 678 1_ |a The California State Prison at San Quentin is a penitentiary in Marin County, California.

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The Door (Vol. 3, No. 1), 1971-06-09

Scope and Contents [Comics: V-8 Hijinks, Fourth Estate Funnies, Weird Romances, Studly, Little Ingrid]; "Reader's Soapbox: Hippies & Colour"; [Letters to the Editor]; "The Black and White Experience"; "Short Notes: PRG [Provisionary Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam] & FBI; Stawberry UFWOC [United Farm Worker Organizing Committee]; Military; Bobby Seale & Ericka Huggins; Witches [Anne Steward, teacher retiring after being accused of being a witch]; "Harpoon Man" [Hawaii Harpoon undergound...
Dates: Publication: 1971-06-09