The fate of Caryl Chessman, ultimately executed in San Quentin’s gas chamber in 1960, was the subject of much discussion in the home of then-Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown and his son, future Gov. Jerry Brown. The drama is now a new play.
The fate of Caryl Chessman, ultimately executed in San Quentin’s gas chamber in 1960, was the subject of much discussion in the home of then-Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown and his son, future Gov. Jerry Brown. The drama is now a new play. Sacramento Bee file
The fate of Caryl Chessman, ultimately executed in San Quentin’s gas chamber in 1960, was the subject of much discussion in the home of then-Gov. Edmund G. “Pat” Brown and his son, future Gov. Jerry Brown. The drama is now a new play. Sacramento Bee file
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