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The Story Behind Albert Einstein’s Iconic Tongue Photo

Albert Einstein’s iconic  Photo was taken on March, 1951. Picture was taken by  lens man Arthur Sasse when Einstein was  leaving a 72nd birthday celebration held in his honor in Princeton, New Jersey.  Sasse was trying to make the Nobel Prize-winning physicist smile, but instead he stuck out his tongue as he sat.  As it turned out, Einstein liked the shot so much he had some prints made for himself.

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