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[clippings - Norfolk State Prison]

Major collection: Architecture & Design
Named collection: I.P. Lord Collection
Object type: archival materials
Maker: Desmond & Lord
Place made: United States, Massachusetts, Boston
Date made: 1953 - 1955
Materials: paper
Site location: Norfolk, Massachusetts
Measurements: 19 1/2 in x 14 1/2 in

"New State Prison to Be Ready Next Year" from "The Boston Daily Globe" dated November 24, 1953; "Move to Walpole Dazzles Convicts, Transfer Begun in Charlestown" and continues on page two as "Prison Dazzles State Convicts"; "Grim Place With Happy Advantages, New Norfolk Prison Far Cry From Charlestown Bastille"; "Fifty-two Governors have held office in Massachusetts since the day in 1803..."; "MAXIMUM SECURITY CELL BLOCK"; "MAIN CORRIDOR CONTROL ROOM"; identified clipping of a photograph of people descending stairs from entrance of Massachusetts State Prison; "NEW STATE PRISON, NORFOLK, MASS." 8 items.


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Desmond & Lord
1912 - 1961

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