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, the latter referencing men fighting in Korea as opposed to men serving time in prison. This issue also includes mention of the various systems of leave in American prisons, as well as discussing famous prisoners, acknowledging other prison publications, and drawing attention to the First Penitentiary Art Exhibition put on by the Rotary Club of Kingston.

KEYWORDS: art, vocational training, Alcoholics Anonymous, Rotary, freedom, “Lights Out”, penal press, Korean War, rehabilitation

Coded by: Kate Garrett