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  • Where did the families of guards and other workers actually live?
  • How well were Alcatraz prison workers actually paid?
  • Did Capone actually do the laundry on Alcatraz at any point during his sentence?
  • On page 4, it is stated that the guards and their families lived in Building #64 on the island.
  • Where did the families of guards and other workers actually live?
  • On page eighty-two, it's stated that the family needs extra money, even with Moose's dad working full-time.
  • How well were Alcatraz prison workers actually paid?
  • On page 34 , it is stated that the prisoners do the laundry on Alcatraz.
  • Did Capone actually do the laundry on Alcatraz at any point?
  • According to my sources, the primary living spaces were Building #64, three apartment buildings, one large duplex, and four large wooden houses for the senior officers. http://www.alcatrazhistory.com/alcesc1.htm
  • During the nineteen-thirties, where this story takes place, The Great Depression had a grip on the world. Jobs were scarce, and nobody was paid well. Most people were poor, including those working at Alcatraz. http://www.history.com/topics/great-depression
  • According to my sources, the inmates on Alcatraz did do the laundry for the guards and their families. http://www.alcaponedoesmyshirts.com/interviews/tag/laundry/
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