The Prison at Philadelphia Cherry Hill. The Separate System of Penal Discipline: 1829–1913. [Inscribed and Signed by Author Negley K. Teeters]

Co-authored by a penology authority


Crime and punishment in Philadelphia. History of the Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, Cherry Hill, its system devised in large part by Philadelphia Quakers; the famed prison that attracted countless visitors, famous and not-so-famous, during the American 19th century as observers and curiosity seekers.


Description: The Prison at Philadelphia Cherry Hill. The Separate System of Penal Discipline: 1829–1913. [Inscribed and Signed by Author Negley K. Teeters]

New York: For Temple University Publications by Columbia University Press. 1957. 249pp. First Edition. Illustrated. Publisher’s cloth; spine slightly cocked; near fine without dust jacket.

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Price: $75.00

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