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NCJ Number: 66296 Find in a Library
Title: PRISONER'S YELLOW PAGES, 1980 EDITION
Corporate Author: Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
Office of Institutional Ministry
United States of America
Editor(s): B ARTHUR
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 20
Sponsoring Agency: Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Sale Source: Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches
Office of Institutional Ministry
5300 Santa Monica Boulevard,
Suite 304
Los Angeles, CA 90029
United States of America
Type: Directory
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: ORGANIZATIONS WHICH AID PRESENT AND RELEASED INMATES AND THEIR FAMILIES ARE LISTED.
Abstract: THE DIRECTORY HAS THREE SECTIONS. THE FIRST LISTS BY STATES THE NAMES, ADDRESSES, AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATIONS. THE SECOND SECTION INCLUDES NATIONAL LISTINGS AND ORGANIZATIONS IN CANADA AND HOLLAND. IN THE THIRD SECTION, LAW LIBRARIES WHICH OFFER SERVICES TO INMATES ARE LISTED, AND THE POLICY OF EACH LIBRARY FOR REFERENCE WORK, THE LOAN OF MATERIALS, AND CHARGES FOR POSTAGE AND PHOTOCOPIES IS BRIEFLY DESCRIBED.
Index Term(s): Canada; Inmates; Legal reference services; Libraries; Netherlands; Services; United States of America
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