Judges; Children; Reformatories; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Judgments
An article from the Marysville Appeal reports that a Los Angeles judge refused to commit three children to the Whittier Reform School. In addition, Judge Hebbard of San Francisco also refused to make a commitment.
First article, "The essays of Montaigne and Bacon," makes slight mention of Shakespeare. The second article, a review of the book, "Shakespeare Bacon and the Great Unknown," by Andrew Lang, discusses the Baconian theory of the authorship of...
School board members; Governors; Legislation; Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Children; Juvenile delinquents; Reformatories
An article from the Whittier Pointer reports on the proclamation of Governor H. H. Markham of California proclaiming that the board of trustees of the reform school in Whittier can receive children into its care on or after 1891 July 1.
Reformatories; Children; Juvenile delinquents; San Francisco (Calif.); Whittier (Calif.); Whittier State School (Whittier, Calif.); Expenditures, Public
An article from the 1891 November 2 edition of the San Francisco Report talks about the transfer of children from the industrial school in San Francisco to the reform school in Whittier and its financial implications.