Marin History Lecture Series 2019 - July

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Marin History Lecture Series 2019 - July

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Main Dining Room

7:00 pm
 - 
9:00 pm
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EVENT:
Marin History Lecture Series 2019 - July
Date:
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm
 - 
9:00 pm
Location:
Main Dining Room
Cost:
$10 (free to Elk members)
Marin History Info

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San Quentin, From Then to Now; Lt Sam Robinson, PIO of San Quentin Prison

The prison's origins date to the California Gold Ruse, a period that roughly spanned from 1848 to 1852. With the influx of fortune seekers can an increase in crime and in 1852 20 acres of land were acquired at San Quentin. Convicts began constructing the building later that year and the cell blocks were completed in 1854. San Quentin Site prison originally held 250 inmates including female prisoners, which continued until 1933.

Note: Free Parking at the back of the building, enter the mansion through the main front doors. Venue is to the right of the main lobby and staircase.

FREE to Elk Members, $10 for adults.

San Quentin, From Then to Now; Lt Sam Robinson, PIO of San Quentin Prison

The prison's origins date to the California Gold Ruse, a period that roughly spanned from 1848 to 1852. With the influx of fortune seekers can an increase in crime and in 1852 20 acres of land were acquired at San Quentin. Convicts began constructing the building later that year and the cell blocks were completed in 1854. San Quentin Site prison originally held 250 inmates including female prisoners, which continued until 1933.

Note: Free Parking at the back of the building, enter the mansion through the main front doors. Venue is to the right of the main lobby and staircase.

FREE to Elk Members, $10 for adults.

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