Louis Dondino: Convicted of riot, he was sentenced to serve up to five years in jail. Dondino arrived at Minnesota State Prison, Stillwater in February 1921. He was released on parole in March 1922, and discharged from parole in March 1923.
Max Mason, one of the Black circus workers, was convicted of rape. Despite scant evidence of his guilt and questionable counsel during his trial, Mason’s appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court was denied.
Sentenced to serve seven to thirty years, Max Mason arrived at Minnesota State Prison, Stillwater in August 1921. In 1925 the Minnesota Parole Board discharged Mason from prison with the condition that he leave the state.