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Information recorded in these volumes is the personal histories for girls at the facility in Beloit, Kansas. From May 6, 1889 - July 20, 1935 the facility was run by the Women's Temperance Union and then the State of Kansas until 2009 for girls eight to 16 years old. Details recorded include the name, family history, birthdate, birthplace, physical description, religion and education of each girl as well as the offense committed, admission and release dates, and conditions of parole. Some volumes include indexes at the front. Volumes are divided chronologically as follows:
Volume 1 (1889-1900)
Volume 2 (1900-1911)
Volume 3 (1911-1920)
Volume 4 (1920-1927)
Volume 5 (1927-1935)

Date: 1889 - 1935

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Personal histories of inmates - Volume I, 1899-1900 - Cover

Item Number: 228101
Call Number: Juvenile Justice Authority. Beloit Juvenile Correctional Facility. Personal Histories of Inmates, Vol. 1-5
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 228101

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