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Mother and daughter discuss the Coffin family, a founding family of Whittier, as well as the Whittier State School, which later became Fred C. Nelles School for Boys, a juvenile detention center that closed in 2004. PDF transcript
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Whittier, Calif Fred C. Nelles School for Boys (Whittier, Calif.)
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