6 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Correctional institutions "
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Apalachee Correctional Institute

Apalachee Correctional Institute

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
The film begins with distant views of the institution. It shows prisoners at work cleaning chickens, collecting eggs, cooking in the kitchen, doing woodwork, and playing basketball and baseball.
Collection
Florida Rebuilds

Florida Rebuilds

Date
1950 (circa)
Description
In this documentary about the Apalachee Correctional Institution, the camera follows staff member Paul McCarty, who plays an inmate at the facility. The film documents his stay at the institute from arrival and rehabilitation to release on parole. Rehabilitation activities include church services, academic classes and vocational training such as masonry, carpentry, poultry processing and construction. This video also contains footage of the Florida Industrial School for Boys in Marianna, Florida. Produced by the Florida Department of Corrections.
Collection
Florida State Prison

Florida State Prison

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film has exterior shots of a Florida state prison with detail shots of guard towers, barbed-wire fences, the prison entrance and inmates playing volleyball. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 1

Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 1

Date
1946 (circa)
Description
This video compiles many home movies documenting various activities at the Florida State Prison in Raiford. The first half features recreational activities, including a boxing match between inmates and US Navy servicemen, a football game between prisoners and Air Force servicemen at Patrick Air Base, and a baseball game in Jacksonville. There is also footage of inmates playing shuffleboard, checkers and Ping-Pong; doing gymnastics; and attending a baseball game at Wolfson Park in Jacksonville. The second half serves as a tour of the facility, including the dog yard, dairy farm, canteen, shop, staff offices and vocational training programs.
Collection
Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 2

Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 2

Date
1952
Description
This film continues the tour of the Florida State Prison in Raiford, Florida featured in Part I. It includes footage of the women's ward (segregated in white and black wards) the sewing room, laundry facilities, electrical shop and the post office.
Collection
Prison Interiors

Prison Interiors

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film consists of numerous shots of prison corridors, cellblocks, solitary confinement wings and recreation areas. There are several frequent edits and poor lighting plagues many of the shots. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Apalachee Correctional Institute Apalachee Correctional Institute Correctional institutions
Prisoners
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Florida RebuildsFlorida RebuildsCorrectional institutions
Inmates
Prisons
Prisoners
Vocational training
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Florida State Prison Florida State Prison Correctional institutions
Inmates
Prisoners
Prisons
Recreation
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Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 1 Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 1 Correctional institutions
Home movies
Inmates
Prisoners
Prisons
Recreation
Vocational training
Segregation
Civil Rights
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Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 2Florida State Prison: Home Movies, Part 2Correctional institutions
Home movies
Inmates
Prisoners
Prisons
Recreation
Segregation
Vocational training
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Prison Interiors Prison Interiors Correctional institutions
Law enforcement
Legal system
Prisons
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