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    (Photo, School children, Manzanar Relocation Center, California, Ansel Adams, 1943, Library of Congress, ) What can you learn from analyzing this photograph? Try your hand at analyzing a visual primary source with this quiz from Click above to take it!

  • Judy Hanses

    Ansel Adams: School children at Manzanar, 1943/ Manzanar...the internment camp for Japanese Americans on the west coast during WW II. Not a proud day in our history.

  • Gerald Russell

    Ansel Adams: School children at Manzanar (Japanese-American Internment Camp), 1943 #AnselAdams

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  • Gretchen in Seattle

    Susan Steinbach, amazing to see your name here, my maiden name was Steinbach also. Our childhood baby-sitter ha d Ansel Adams prints in the bedrooms of her home. I was just going to comment on that and saw your name here. It's a small small world.