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Tag Archives: Ansel Adams
“Born Free and Equal”: Ansel Adams’ Book and Manzanar Photo Series
As a public official openly endorsed interning Syrian refugees just like Japanese Americans and a musical about the internment has opened on Broadway, the Washington Post has recently put up a montage of photos from famed landscape photographer Ansel Adams. … Continue reading
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