The Penal Press - A History of Prison from Within

11 results for ‘1951’ found

KP Telescope v2(15)

(October 1951) released from Kingston Penitentiary

This issue contains articles on whether or not prisoners are being “coddled”, justice, and how outsiders view the prison environment. Also included are sections on vocational training, a field... Read More

Mountain Echoes V1(4)

(December 1951) released from Manitoba Penitentiary

feature article in this issue talks about the challenges faced after release.  Other pieces focus on Christmas on the inside and outside of prison.  Read More

Beacon v1(3)

(October 5, 1951) released from Dorchester Penitentiary

In this issue, the possible formation of an “inmate committee” is discussed. A brief piece discusses whether women need to be glamorous to be considered attractive by men. Key Words: Inmate Recreation... Read More

KP Tele-Scope V1(12)

(July 1951) released from Kingston Penitentiary

This issue contains a few articles about the importance of the penal press. Other pieces educate on the history of poker and the issue of lengthy sentences being considered a deterrent. KEY WORDS: Remission,... Read More

Tele-Scope v1(6)

(January 1951) released from Kingston Penitentiary

Summary: Among the highlights in this issue are articles discussing how to take university courses, the introduction of legal aid in Ontario, and the arrival of an x-ray machine at the penitentiary. Authors... Read More

This issue of the C.B. Diamond contains articles regarding the benefits of vocational training and Alcoholics Anonymous, the experience of “Lights Out” for prisoners, and the price of freedom,... Read More

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