Posts tagged "Hudson Correctional Facility"

Prison Public Memory Project Gets Good Press in Hudson

We wanted to share the article that appeared in the Register Star newspaper about the Prison Public Memory Project. Thanks to reporter John Mason for writing this piece and letting others...

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Russ Immarigeon receives fellowship from NY State Archives

Prison Public Memory Project contributor Russ Immarigeon was recently awarded a research fellowship from the New York State Archives in support of his ongoing research  into the history of New...

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History, Art and Dialogue about Life in a Girls’ Prison, June 8th & 9th in Hudson, NY

Please join the Prison Public Memory Project and Historic Hudson for “IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK…” an exploration of life inside the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975) in...

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Hudson Correctional Facility, 1976 – Present

Hudson Correctional Facility, 1976 – Present

A year after the New York State Training School for Girls at Hudson was closed, the Hudson Correctional Facility took its place. Opened in October 1976 as a minimum-security (and later...

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Name the Warden

Name the Warden

              Abraham “Abe” Novick, Superintendent of the NYS Training School For Girls, 1953 to 1963 Named as a Social Work Pioneer http://www.naswfoundation.org/pioneers/default.asp by the National...

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People Get a Great Idea and It Doesn’t Materialize…

People Get a Great Idea and It Doesn’t Materialize…

David Kinlock, a resident of Albany and former inmate at Hudson Correctional Facility, was interviewed by oral historian Suzanne Snider on April 4th, 2012. David was born in Schenectady, NY...

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