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Prison File For Robert Fay

Robert Fay was a German spy during WWI who was convicted of trying to sabotage ships in American harbors. He was also the subject of a nationwide manhunt when he briefly escaped from prison. During his incarceration he was reprimanded for fighting in the prison yard. The punishment given to him included having his baseball playing privileges revoked for thirty days.

Subject

United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia

Creator

Records of the Bureau of Prisons, Record Group 129

Source

Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, Inmate Case Files, 1902-1922

Date

1916-1922

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Textual Document, 2 pages; | Still Image, 1 photo

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 607937

Coverage

Atlanta (Ga.)

Original Format

Paper
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