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Built in 1932, the federal penitentiary in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, looks more like a church than a prison. When it opened, it was considered the most modern and humane prison in America. We'll examine its history and inmate roster, which reads like a "Who's Who" of 20th-century American history and includes Alger Hiss, Morton Sobel, and Al Capone, who spent two nights there on his way to Alcatraz. Today, Lewisburg is home to one of the terrorists convicted of the World Trade Center bombing.