Magazine- Alcatraz Dining
Magazine- Alcatraz Dining


 

Get a taste of history with Alcatraz Dining Magazine.

At United States Penitentiary Alcatraz (1934-1963), prisoners ate three meals a day in the dining hall. Filled with the entire prison population during mealtimes, the dining hall was considered the most dangerous place on Alcatraz.

Discover menus, inmate memories, and more in this fascinating magazine. Filled with dining-related photographs and artifacts from the Rock’s most infamous era, it serves up a unique perspective on what everyday life was like for men who lived on the island.

Product specifications:
Paperback, 61 pages
Printed in the USA on recycled paper

Our Price: $6.95

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Get a taste of history with Alcatraz Dining Magazine.

At United States Penitentiary Alcatraz (1934-1963), prisoners ate three meals a day in the dining hall. Filled with the entire prison population during mealtimes, the dining hall was considered the most dangerous place on Alcatraz.

Discover menus, inmate memories, and more in this fascinating magazine. Filled with dining-related photographs and artifacts from the Rock’s most infamous era, it serves up a unique perspective on what everyday life was like for men who lived on the island.

Product specifications:

Paperback, 61 pages

Printed in the USA on recycled paper


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