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In the book Al Capone Does My Shirts, there are parade grounds, officer's clubs and the 64 building. On page 55, Moose and Theresa played catch with a baseball on the grounds.
The book Al Capone Does My Shirts has a scene where Moose's parents have a conversation with him about their income. Moose's mom has been teaching piano lessons to help pay for the things that his father's job alone can not pay for. That is why Moose has to watch Natalie often.
In Al Capone Does My Shirts, Moose, with the help of Piper, places a note to Al Capone in the previously checked mail to make sure that it will be delivered. This takes place on pages 210 and 211.
On Alcatraz, the parade grounds is a large cement area used for military drills and parades according to the National Park Service. Building 64 is a building where people living on Alcatraz would call home according to Alcatraz History. The officer's club was a social club where residents would spend their days with others according to Our National Parks.
Prison workers on Alcatraz usually made around $2,850 a year, less meals and rent according to Wikipedia.
According to Alcatraz101.com, convicts could receive letters but they would need to be read over and approved by a censor.
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