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On page 4, it says that Moose's family lives in an apartment building.
On the map in the front of Al Capone Does My Shirts, it shows the parade ground, the officer's club, and 64 building, where the families lived.
On page 88, it mentions that the prisoners of Alcatraz play baseball. All of the kids wanted a convict baseball.
According to page 1 of the author's notes, it states, "Many of the kids lived in 64 building, an army-issue apartment building that still stands today."
On page 1 of the author's notes, it states, "a play area called the parade grounds and an Officer's Club complete with a bowling alley. Many of the kids lived in the 64 building, an army-issue apartment building that still stands today."
On page 5 of the author's notes, it states, "In 1935, the convicts played handball and softball in the walled-off recreating yard on the island, and Capone was thought to have played first base." The convicts did play baseball on Alcatraz. The book also says, "The kids who lived on the island did, in fact, collect convict handballs and baseballs."
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