Penitentiary may refer to:

  • Prison or penitentiary, a correctional facility
  • Apostolic Penitentiary, a tribunal of mercy, responsible for issues relating to the forgiveness of sins in the Roman Catholic Church
  • Penitentiary (1938 film)
  • Penitentiary (1979 film)

Other articles related to "penitentiary":

Louisiana Department Of Public Safety & Corrections - Corrections Services - History
... In 1835, the first Louisiana State Penitentiary was built at the corner of 6th and Laurel Streets in Baton Rouge ... In 1844, the penitentiary, including the prisoners, was leased to the private firm of McHatton Pratt and Company ... Union Troops occupied the penitentiary during the Civil War, and in 1869, the lease was awarded to a former Confederate Major by the name of Samuel James ...
Jamaa Fanaka - Filmography
... (short, 1972) Emma Mae (1974) Welcome Home, Brother Charles (1975) Penitentiary (1979) Penitentiary II (1982) Penitentiary III (1987) Street Wars (1992) ...
State Penitentiary
... State Penitentiary or State Pen may refer to one of various active and former penitentiaries within the United States Anamosa State Penitentiary in Anamosa, Iowa Brushy Mountain ...
List Of Fallen Canadian Correctional Workers - Anton Martinsen Fladeby
... to his 20th birthday and on December 1, 1914, at the age of 25, he enlisted as a guard at Manitoba Penitentiary (known today as the Stony Mountain Penitentiary) ... In 1919, he returned to Canada and after a month of rest, returned to duty at Manitoba Penitentiary ... days after his return to his work at the penitentiary, Fladeby was checking inmates in and out of the barbershop area when he encountered inmate Albert Johnson ...