Archive | March, 2012
Norman Clyde, Close Ups of the High Sierra

Ansel Adams: Born Free and Equal

For a person like Ansel Adams to come to an internment camp to photograph camp life, where people are pretty bitter for being there, I thought, this man is sympathetic to the situation, to the Japanese American people. Archie Miyatake, photographer, former internee On February 19, 1942, U.S. presidential order forcibly removed more than 110,000 […]

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