Al Capone Does My Shirts
By dlkelley, Updated
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In the book, "Al Capone Does My Shirts," it mentions the Parade Ground, the officer's club, and the 64 building, where families live.
According to Al Capone Does My Shirts, Moose's Father doesn't make a very good pay, so Moose's mother teaches piano lessons.
According to "Al Capone Does My Shirts," Al Capone did laundry, most famously 'shirts'.
According to gr8traveltips.com, there actually was a Parade Ground, an Officer's Club, and a 64 building, which is the scene in which this board takes place.
On alcatraz101.com, it said that correctional officers were only paid a measly $1700 a year in 1934, around where the book takes place.
On the site HistoricalBookGroups.com, I found that Al Capone among all other convicts did the laundry in the prison for the guards, warden, and all other non-prisoner residents.
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