, The corridor between Block-C and the library was called Park Avenue. They were thought dead by the prison authorities, who believed that they drowned in the bay and their bodies were swept out to sea. Morris and the Anglin brothers remain on its wanted list.  The corridors were regularly patrolled by the guards, with passing gates along them. Lunch was served in the dining hall at 11:20 am, followed by a 30-minute rest in the cell, before returning to work until 16:15. , The gun gallery was situated in the Recreation Yard and mounted on one of the dining hall's exterior walls.
That man had a bucket of cold water thrown over him.
 Badly behaved prisoners were liable to having their yard access rights taken away from them on weekends. Re-captured by the, Incarcerated on October 14, 1954.  Ultimately, Young was convicted of manslaughter and his prison sentence was only extended by a few years.
 The club was a social venue for the Federal Penitentiary workers and their families on the island to unwind after a hard week's work dealing with America's most hardened criminals after they'd been locked up at 17:30. Now operated by the National Park Service's Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the timeworn former prison is being restored and maintained.  On 21 May 1941, Madigan was the key to quashing an escape attempt after being held hostage in the Model Industries Building, which later led to his promotion as associate warden.
 After being locked in for the night, 6 guards usually patrolled the four cell blocks.
 The library, which utilized a closed-stack paging system, had a collection of 10,000 to 15,000 books, mainly left over from the army days.
He spent nearly 22 months in solitary confinement as a result, but was eventually permitted to work in the furniture shop. The powerhouse had a tower duty station which was guarded with a "30-caliber Winchester rifle with 50 rounds of ammunition, a 1911 semiautomatic pistol with three seven-round magazines, three gas grenades, and a gas mask. could still be alive", "50 years later, new evidence suggests 3 Alcatraz escapees may still be alive", "For Desperate or Irredeemable Types United States Federal Penitentiary Alcatraz", "This Is An Alcatraz Documentary (Part 2)".
On 3 December 1940, Henri Young murdered fellow inmate Rufus McCain.
 He was a stout, ruddy-faced, pipe-smoking, devout Irish Catholic.
Mugshot and further details are posted in, Arrested due to a possible crime regarding "postal laws."  Circumstantial evidence uncovered in the early-2010s seemed to suggest that the men had survived, and that contrary to the official FBI report of the escapee's raft never being recovered and no car thefts being reported, a raft was discovered on nearby Angel Island with footprints leading away, and a 1955 blue Chevrolet had been stolen on the night of the escape by three men, who could have been Morris and the Anglins, and that officials then engaged in a cover-up.
 Frank Morris and his fellow escapees escaped Alcatraz during the June 1962 escape from Alcatraz by entering a utility corridor behind B-Block.:120. I got one meal in five days, and nothing but bread in between. Prompted by Shockley and Thompson, Cretzer shot the hostages at very close range. The cells were primitive and lacked privacy, with a bed, desk, and washbasin, and a toilet on the back wall, and with few furnishings except a blanket. Framed for murder. In 1938, there were four amateur teams, the Bees, Oaks, Oilers, and Seals, named after Minor League clubs, and four league teams named after Major League clubs, the Cardinals, Cubs, Giants, and Tigers. He entered the prison system at age 19, and never left, spending 17 years at Alcatraz.
Gun galleries lay at the end of each block, including the West and East Gun Galleries.  The bars, windows and floors of the prison were cleaned on a daily basis. They escaped through a vent in the roof and departed Alcatraz. Re-captured by the, Incarcerated on April 13, 1957. This building was modernized in 1933 and 1934 and became the main cellhouse of the federal penitentiary until its closure in 1963.
, Dinner was served at 16:25 and the prisoners would then go to their cells at 16:50 to be locked in for the night. Several inmates, however, were held briefly in A-Block before a hearing or transfer. Inmates were basically entitled to food, clothing, shelter, and medical attention. , The hospital was checked by three officials from the Marine Hospital of San Francisco.  They made items such as gloves, furniture mats, and army uniforms. Given this high security and the island's location in the cold waters and strong currents of San Francisco Bay, prison operators believed Alcatraz to be escape-proof and America's strongest prison.
, The penitentiary established a very strict regimen of rules and regulations under the title "the Rules and Regulations for the Government and Discipline of the United States Penal and Correctional Institutions" and also a "Daily Routine of Work and Counts" to be followed by the prisoners and also the guards. ", Today a museum and one of San Francisco's major tourist attractions, Alcatraz drew some 1.5 million visitors annually (2010).
Letters received by inmates were checked by prison staff first, to see if they could decipher any secret messages. , The FBI investigation was aided by another prisoner, Allen West, who was part of the escapees' group but was left behind.
 The signpost at the spot shows a photograph of a trusted inmate doing chores at the house for the warden and that the house had a terraced garden and greenhouse.  Although he was given the name "The Birdman of Alcatraz", he was not permitted to keep birds in his prison cell at Alcatraz, as he had at Leavenworth, because it was prohibited.
 On 1 September, one prisoner arrived from Washington Asylum and Jail and seven from the District of Columbia Reformatory in Virginia, and on 4 September, another batch of 103 prisoners arrived by train from Leavenworth. Some days I got four slices. A law library was set up at some point, where inmates could type legal documents. The following is a list of shown or referenced Alcatraz inmates. , Two of four new stairways were built, as were 12 doors to the utility corridors and gratings at the top of the cells. An inmate register reveals that there were 1,576 prisoners in total held at Alcatraz during its time as a Federal Penitentiary, although figures reported have varied and some have stated 1557.
, Toilet paper, matches, soap, and cleanser were issued to the cells on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and inmates could request hot water and a mop to clean their cells. The Alcatraz Hospital was above the dining hall.
'gannet ("the diver")'] or The Rock) was a maximum security federal prison on Alcatraz Island, 1.25 miles (2.01 km) off the coast of San Francisco, California, United States, the site of a fort since the 1850s; the main prison building was built in 1910–1912 as a United States Army military prison.
As part of the Alcatraz jail, it held workshops for inmates to work in. He was released in 1961.
, One writer described Alcatraz as "the great garbage can of San Francisco Bay, into which every federal prison dumped its most rotten apples. Mugshot and further details are posted in, Incarcerated on October 26, 1958.  Protected by the National Park Service and the National Register of Historic Places, the salt-damaged buildings of the former prison are now being restored and maintained.
The cells were primitive with a bed, a desk and a washbasin and toilet on the back wall and few furnishings except a blanket.
 Inmates held in the hole were limited to just one 10-minute shower and an hour of exercise in the yard a week. , The second escape attempt was on 16 December 1937, by Theodore Cole and Ralph Roe. , Prisoners would be woken at 6:30 am, and sent to breakfast at 6:55 am.
 The water tank is situated on six cross-braced steel legs submerged in concrete foundations. Running downstairs from the furniture shop to the tailor's shop where McCain worked, Young violently stabbed McCain's neck; McCain died five hours later.
 The Department of Justice acquired the Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz on 12 October 1933, and it became a Federal Bureau of Prisons facility in August 1934. An air vent, measuring 6 inches (150 mm) by 9 inch…
His wife was allowed to talk to him through a glass in the visiting room, using a phone. Incarcerated in 1960, for political activism in the Black Panther Party, and for various gangster crimes.  A sign reading "A Warning. The workshops of the New Industries Building became highly productive, making army uniforms, cargo nets, and other items in high demand during World War II. Any dangerous article found in the cells or on inmates such as money, narcotics, intoxicating substances or tools which had the potential to inflict injury or assist in an escape attempt was considered contraband and made the prisoners eligible for disciplinary action. The Social Hall, also known as the Officers' Club, was a social club located on the northwestern side of the island.
It is a long wing on the west end of the Main Cellhouse of Alcatraz, situated in the center of the island. :76, A-Block was never modernized, so retained its "flat strap-iron bars, key locks and spiral staircases" from the original military prison. Copies of these were provided to the prisoners to read and follow. , On the first anniversary, the Bureau of Prisons wrote, "The establishment of this institution not only provided a secure place for the detention of the more difficult type of criminal but has had a good effect upon discipline in our other penitentiaries also.  Prisoners in ill health were often kept in the hospital, most famously Stroud and Al Capone, who spent years in it.
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[dubious – discuss], As Alcatraz had no water supply of its own, it had to import it from the mainland, brought by tug and barge.  The Bureau of Prisons personnel arrived on Alcatraz in early February; among them was acting chief clerk Loring O. Rufe Persful chopped off his fingers after grabbing an axe from the firetruck, begging another inmate to do the same to his other hand. The dining hall and kitchen extended from the main building. Mugshot and further details are posted in, Incarcerated on March 26, 1947.
After the Teletouch Corporation failed to address the problem, their contract was terminated in 1937 and they were charged over $200 for three new detectors supplied by Federal Laboratories.  Today, the house is a ruin, burned down by Native Americans during the Occupation of Alcatraz on 1 June 1970.
, Alcatraz gained notoriety from its inception as the toughest prison in America, considered by many the world's most fearsome prison of the day.
Al Capone famously practiced the banjo in the shower block, although most prisoners were limited to playing in their cells alone.
You have no shoes, no bed, no mattress-nothing but the four damp walls and two blankets.  Inmates who worked seven days a week in the kitchen were rewarded with short yard breaks during the weekdays.  The correctional officers were instructed how to operate the new locking devices on 30 July 1934, and both the United States Coast Guard and the San Francisco Police Department tested the new radio equipment on the same day. Inmates could place orders by putting a slip with their card in a box at the entrance to the dining hall before breakfast, and the books would be delivered to and from their cell by a librarian.
Despite that, Thomas Madsen was listed in the episode as inmate #2002, and so Zvonko's number was an error.
Mugshot and further details are posted in, Mugshot and further details are posted in, Incarcerated on February 11, 1957.
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