To the Editor:
Concerning your story about the garage behind the Woodstock courthouse, I would say that little red brick addition is very historic. Space constraints allow only two examples here.
A primary bricklayer during the garage construction was the noted Chicago gangster Hymie Weiss. He was being held in Woodstock as construction of the garage began. He asked Sheriff Edinger if he could be helpful. In those days, federal prisoners were allowed local freedom privileges. Weiss went happily to work laying the majority of bricks in that building.
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