Storyboard Historical Comparison
By 804299, Updated
For Mrs. Straughsbaugh
On page 31, Moose says he lives in an apartment in 64 building. On page 54 Moose describes the parade grounds as a large cement area. Finally, on page 52 Moose's mother says that they're going to the Officer's Club for a party.
On page 35, Moose describes the warden's house as a "fancy mansion with flower pots on the steps and curtains in the windows."
On page 34, Moose's dad tells Moose that the convicts wash the clothes on Alcatraz. On page 75, Piper says that Al Capone does the laundry.
64 building, the Officer's Club (also known as the Social Hall), and the Parade Grounds were all real places on Alcatraz island.
The book was correct on how the house was a mansion. It had three floors and seventeen rooms in total. It was built in the Mission Revival style and had a great view of the bay.
All convicts could have the job of doing laundry, including Al Capone. The cons were to wash, dry, and fold all of the clothes.
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