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Prisoners of Age Exhibit Extended on Alcatraz
Prisoners of Age Exhibit Extended on Alcatraz

The National Park Service is pleased to announce that the award-winning “PRISONERS OF AGE” exhibition will be extended through June 2016. This special display was designed by photographer Ron Levine and designers Michael Wou and Russel Volckmann and will be on view for an additional six months due to the overwhelming response from visitors to the island. This exhibit marks the next in a series on Alcatraz that focuses on aspects of crime and punishment, incarceration, freedom and social justice.

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