Idaho Correctional Officer Calvin May’s pocket-sized King James Bible has accompanied him to work at the state prison every day for 35 years. When the Bible’s cover needed repair, May waited until he was on vacation to do it so he would not have to go to work without it.
Idaho Correctional Officer Calvin May’s pocket-sized King James Bible has accompanied him to work at the state prison every day for 35 years. When the Bible’s cover needed repair, May waited until he was on vacation to do it so he would not have to go to work without it. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Idaho Correctional Officer Calvin May’s pocket-sized King James Bible has accompanied him to work at the state prison every day for 35 years. When the Bible’s cover needed repair, May waited until he was on vacation to do it so he would not have to go to work without it. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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