By Joseph Conrad
The memoirs of the well-known Polish-British novelist Joseph Conrad.
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6982 Name: Lyons, Joseph Alias: Joseph P. Lyons Crime: Larceny from Dwelling Term: 1–7 Yrs. : 10-27-39 From: Wyandotte Race: White My Grandfather’s Prison 31 At the bottom of the card, for information about the prisoner’s discharge, there was no date recorded. ” I reviewed his Kansas prison records at the state historical society in Topeka. I found another prison jacket for him at the Missouri state capital in Jefferson City, and then records from a third incarceration back again in Kansas. Joseph P.
He made it in time; he saw his mother and she died, and then he was returned to the home in Atchison. ” The young Lyons family was equally poor, equally desperate and suffering. In all Joseph and Mary had seven children, and my grandfather, the next to last, was named for his grandfather in Ire- My Grandfather’s Prison 27 land, James Lyons. The couple had followed two waves of famine Irish to America. Twenty years before Joseph and Mary landed, Irish immigrants already made up a fifth of the community’s unskilled labor force.
I hid those things in the weeds and went back to the hospital and took a typewriter from a nurse’s desk at the end of the hall on the second floor. ” It was then that Joseph was tripped up. “As I was getting ready to leave the building, I was seen by Mrs. Waltmer. . She asked me what I was doing in the building and I told her I had come to borrow a street car pass. ” Now his Catholic conscience kicked in. “I got to thinking about being seen in the building by Mrs. Waltmer and got cold feet,” he My Grandfather’s Prison 35 told police.
A Personal Record by Joseph Conrad