Sing Sing the view from within. by Steven Schoen

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Published by Winter House Ltd. in New York .

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StatementPhotographs by the prisoners. Edited and with an introduction by Steven Schoen, The Floating Foundation of Photography. Text by John Conroy, inmate, Sing Sing.
ContributionsConroy, John., Floating Foundation of Photography.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged, chiefly illus.)
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Open LibraryOL13577325M

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