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Al Capone's Jail Cell Tote Bag featuring the photograph Al Capones Jail Cell by Anthony Sacco

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Al Capones Jail Cell Tote Bag

Anthony Sacco

by Anthony Sacco



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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Al Capones Jail Cell" by Anthony Sacco.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

Design Details

Here is the Jail Cell of Al Capone. Scarface Al Capone, the notorious king of Chicago's racket world, got his first taste of prison life in... more

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Comments (5)

Leonard Keigher

Leonard Keigher

Amazing photo and an amazing history behind Mr. Capone! L/F

Anthony Sacco replied:

Thank you Leonard!

Dennis Baswell

Dennis Baswell

wonderful image, great historical history to accompany Anthony.l/f

Anthony Sacco replied:

Thanks Dennis!

Christopher McKenzie

Christopher McKenzie

Wow...how interesting is this? (Very).

Anthony Sacco replied:

Thanks Christopher!

Michael Cleere

Michael Cleere

Fascinating picture and story. It is kind of a cool Man Cave for a sophisticated type.

Anthony Sacco replied:

Thanks Michael!

TdpArts Gallery Terrance DePietro

TdpArts Gallery Terrance DePietro

Even without the embellishment of notoriety, the enframing of shadow areas and the distribution of light, make this eclectically pleasing...the image works on its own, beautiful...But a rare treat, thank you for sharing... tdp

Anthony Sacco replied:

Thank you Terrance!

Artist's Description

Here is the Jail Cell of Al Capone. "Scarface" Al Capone, "the notorious king of Chicago's racket world," got his first taste of prison life in Philadelphia. While the courts
were tough on Capone, his stay at Eastern State Penitentiary was rather comfortable. Capone spent 8 months in one of Eastern State's "Park Avenue" cells. In
1929, a newspaper reporter for the Philadelphia Public Ledger described Capone's cell.
"The whole room was suffused in the glow of a desk lamp which stood on a polished desk... On the once-grim walls of the penal chamber hung tasteful paintings,
and the strains of a waltz were being emitted by a powerful cabinet radio receiver of handsome design and fine finish. Credit: Eastern State Penitentiary

About Anthony Sacco

Anthony Sacco

Welcome! Anthony has a passion for capturing unique and creative images. Proud to be a Featured Artist on Fine Art America! Anthony's passion for photography started over 35 years ago when he first bought his ..and still favorite film camera, the Nikon FM2n. He attended college courses in photography, and even taught a few classes. He believes the person and not the camera creates the photograph. He enjoys photographing all types of things, from capturing the moment of impact of a water drop, capturing infrared scenes ,or photographing people and pets. Being out in nature and the great outdoors, capturing moments in time is addicting. Anthony currently use's Digital Nikon DSLRS and Film SLR's. Enjoy the photos. Thank you to all who have...