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Rudolf Abel - Inside His Brooklyn Apartment

Rudolf Abel lived in a studio apartment at 252 Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York. This image depicts an interior view of his home which is located close to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Several of Abel’s paintings were located throughout the small apartment when investigators first arrived to search the premises.

An unnamed photographer, working for Wide World Photos, took this picture on August 23, 1957. It was the day that journalists were allowed into Abel’s flat to view the place, his paintings and other belongings.

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Media Credits

Image by an unnamed photographer working for Wide World Photos; photo taken 23 August 1957. Copyright Wide World Photos, all rights reserved. Image provided here as fair use for educational purposes.

 

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