Joseph H. Converse, 2nd

1905 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
goes on to state that it is difficult to maintain a high degree of physical soundness among imprisoned men when the cells are unsuitable for their habitation. He therefore urges that the state should spend the money which would be required to improve the condition of these two worn-out structures upon the erection of one new central prison on lines of modern and progressive prison architecture.
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