Massachusetts. Reformatory for Women.

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The Reformatory Prison for Women was opened in Sherborn in 1877. It was renamed Reformatory for Women by St 1911, c 181 and because of a redrawn boundary line its fuller designation was changed from Reformatory for Women at Sherborn to Reformatory for Women at Framingham by St 1932, c 180, s 24. Under St 1955, c 770 it received its current name, Massachusetts Correctional Institution, Framingham.

From the description of Photographs of recreational events, 1911-1950 (bulk 1917-1924). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122405540

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creatorOf Massachusetts. Reformatory for Women. Photographs of recreational events, 1911-1950 (bulk 1917-1924). Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
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associatedWith Martin, Saint, Bishop of Tours, ca. 316-397 person
associatedWith Waters, Miriam Van. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Massachusetts--Framingham
Massachusetts
Massachusetts--Framingham--Recreation
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Theater--Photographs
Reformatories for women--Photographs
Fourth of July celebrations--Photographs
Women prisoners--Photographs
Prisoners--Photographs
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Corporate Body

Active 1911

Active 1950

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