Women in Crime
I. Washburn, 1941 - 306 pages
Florence Monahan, the leading woman penologist of our country, Superintendent of the State Reformatory for Women Criminals at Shakopee Minnesota, presents the absorbing story of her life among the women who have failed society and themselves.
Avis des internautes - Rédiger un commentaire
Aucun commentaire n'a été trouvé aux emplacements habituels.
FIRST LESSONS IN PENOLOGY
GENEVA AND TROUBLE
7 autres sections non affichées
arrived asked authority building busy California called cause charges clothes committee continued convicted cottage crime discharge doctor dollars door dress employes escape feel followed friends gave Geneva girls give given Governor hand hard head hospital inmates institution interest keep knew known later learned letter lived looked matron matter meeting mind Miss months morning mother needed never night once opened parole person play political possible prison problem reason received reformatory reports returned rules San Quentin sent sentence served Shakopee soon staff stopped story superintendent talk Tehachapi tell thing thought tion told took trouble turned usually walked wanted weeks woman women young