Jack Roller at seventy a fifty-year follow-up by Jack-Roller.

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Published by Lexington Books], Gower [distributor. in Lexington, Mass, (Aldershot) .

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  • Socially handicapped -- Illinois -- Chicago.

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StatementThe Jack-Roller and Jon Snodgrass with Gilbert Geis, James F. Short, Jr, Solomon Kobrin.
ContributionsSnodgrass, Jon.
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LC ClassificationsHN80.C5
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Paginationix,173p. ;
Number of Pages173
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Open LibraryOL22128912M
ISBN 100669049123

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glary and "jack-rolling" and committed to the Chicago House of Cor-rection. At seventeen years and eight months he was released and, fortunately, came into the hands of Dr. Shaw. From that time his redemption began. A home was found for him by Dr. Shaw in. The Jack-Roller tells the story of Stanley, a pseudonym Clifford Shaw gave to his informant and co-author, Michael Peter Majer.

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