An academic inquiry that began nearly 30 years ago has uncovered a veritable treasure trove for death penalty lawyers.

Now, nestled in the New York State Archives 11 flights above downtown Albany are the once-secret files of hundreds of men and women electrocuted at Sing Sing, the state’s legendary death house. Those files, available for public scrutiny, tell the story of the condemned in both words and pictures.

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