welcome to interactive
Alcatraz museum section 1: the inmates


     push
exhibit 1
Al “Scarface” Capone
• Alfonse Capone was
  born in Brooklyn, New
  York on January
  17, 1899.
• He dropped out of
  scho...
Exhibit 2




Around the corner! (click here)
George “machine gun” Kelly

• He was born in 1895
• He went to college in
  1917 and soon flunked
  out of school
• He the...
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       Exhibit 3



    This way
Robert “Birdman of Alcatraz”
                Stroud
• He was born January 28,
  1890.
• He ran away from home
  when he wa...
Exhibit 4   This way
exit
Andrew “Woobie” Buffington
• No, this person is not a
  convict.
• He is the maker of this
  museum.
• If you have any
  q...
Alvin “creepy karpis” Karpowicz
• He was born August 10,
  1907
• The FBI found him on
  1937
• During his stay on
  Alcat...
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Alcatraz Museum

  1. 1. welcome to interactive Alcatraz museum section 1: the inmates push
  2. 2. exhibit 1
  3. 3. Al “Scarface” Capone • Alfonse Capone was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 17, 1899. • He dropped out of school when he was 14 • He later joined a few small gangs and then into smuggling • He died (January 25,1947)at age 48 after serving time on Alcatraz
  4. 4. Exhibit 2 Around the corner! (click here)
  5. 5. George “machine gun” Kelly • He was born in 1895 • He went to college in 1917 and soon flunked out of school • He then later changed his name to George R. Kelly • He kidnapped Charles Urschel and then was captured by police. • He died in July 18, 1954
  6. 6. # Exhibit 3 This way
  7. 7. Robert “Birdman of Alcatraz” Stroud • He was born January 28, 1890. • He ran away from home when he was 13. • He wrote two books on birds, and helped much in the field of avian pathology • He died November 21, 1963
  8. 8. Exhibit 4 This way
  9. 9. exit
  10. 10. Andrew “Woobie” Buffington • No, this person is not a convict. • He is the maker of this museum. • If you have any questions, call the maker at 1-800-GET-LOST- NOW-LOL(a small $50 fee will be taken from your credit card or wallet) • please exit out the door to your left
  11. 11. Alvin “creepy karpis” Karpowicz • He was born August 10, 1907 • The FBI found him on 1937 • During his stay on Alcatraz, he was transferred to Leavenworth and then back to Alcatraz. • He died august 26, 1979
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