Item 319. Professor Albert Einstein (1952)
Also Available signed by Nat Fein (See Signed Section)
Albert Einstein was being honored at his Princeton, New Jersey home for the founding of a hospital in Israel.
 Fein had taken some routine award presentation shots and wanted to do something different.
  It was April and Income Tax time. Fein recalls; "I just figured it would be unique to get Albert Einstein,
 the world's greatest mind, to pose puzzled as he filled out an Income Tax Form".
  Fein attempted to convince Einstein.  But somehow the idea insulted the Professor.
  "I want you to leave the premises," replied Einstein angrily. He then escorted Fein out of his home.
  Nat Fein would later insist, "It would have been a brilliant picture". 
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