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Chicago’s most famous mob boss spent eight months at Eastern State in 1929-1930. Arrested for carrying a concealed, deadly weapon, this was Capone’s first prison sentence. His time in Eastern State was spent in relative luxury. His cell on the Park Avenue Block had fine furniture, oriental rugs, and a cabinet radio. (Information from the Eastern State Penitentiary website.)

Photo taken at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Olympus E-620 DSLR, 14-42mm Lens, ISO 800, 1/15 sec, f/3.5, 14mm.

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capone, cell, jail, old, prison, metal, rust, texture, pennsylvania

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  • Zolton
    Zoltonover 3 years ago

    Gaaa ha ha… I want to be arrested now! Was the food good?

  • I doubt the food was good but the cell certainly seemed comfortable!

    – Jeff Clark

  • Donnie Voelker
    Donnie Voelkerover 3 years ago

    Great Capture and Perspective! Cool info too!

  • Thanks!

    – Jeff Clark

  • vigor
    vigorover 3 years ago

    This is so cool. I saw the bullet holes that were left by him at the Chicago train station one time. What history there!

  • That would be cool to see, he certainly got around!

    – Jeff Clark

  • Barbara Morrison
    Barbara Morrisonover 3 years ago

    Nice!

  • Thanks!

    – Jeff Clark

  • Barbara Ingersoll
    Barbara Ingersollabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations, Jeff! Your beautiful work has been featured in the Visual Texture Group!

  • That is awesome, thank you Barbara!

    – Jeff Clark

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