was a Baltimore notions manufactuer who, according
to Whittaker Chambers,
loaned out his apartment to be used to photograph
secret State Department documents Chambers said
he had received from Alger Hiss in early 1937.
Spiegel testified before the grand jury in 1948
that he and his wife were not living in the
apartment until the fall of 1937. They said
the apartment was occasionally used by Chambers'
friend, David Carpenter,
but that no photography work was done there.
The defense never knew of the Spiegels' testimony.
to read the testimony.