Chino prison, 1952
Caption slip reads: "Future. Photographer: Richardson. Date: 1952-07-02 & 04. Reporter: Swaim. Assignment: Chino prison. K11: George A. 'Buck' Schroeder, 80, 'alumnus' of Chino Inst. for Men, comes back for visit and presents new painting of Monterey coastline to Superintendent Kenyon J. Scudder. On wall is one of Schroeder's paintings, Nebraska Fall country scene, painted while he was inmate of Chino. K12: Superintendent Kenyon J. Scudder receiving plaque of appreciation of his interest in 'judo'. Making presentation is Lieut. Ray Belnap, judo instructor. Plaque was sent (?) Japan. Crowd of inmates at Chino State Institution for Men watching holiday boxing bouts, part of recreation program. Young inmate carrying baby walking with arm around wife, who is also carrying baby, from visiting room to picnic area. Father of inmate is also in group, carrying picnic packages. Family groups enjoying picnic lunches in shaded two acre picnic grounds of institution".