Text engl. - "Ansel Adams' lost photographic document of a tragic secret in the American past - the Japanese-American internment camp at Manzanar (1943)... (Adams) donated those pictures - his one venture into photojournalism - to the Library of Congress, where they remained unseen for 40 years".
Ausstellungskatalog, Los Angeles, Ca., Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles, 21.11.1978-14.1.1979.
Los Angeles, Ca.
Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA
Text engl. - Photographs from an internment camp for Americans of Japanese origin during the 2nd World War. On cover: “In 1942, Toyo Miyatake, a Japanese-American photographer, was interned in the Manzanar Relocation Camp where he was impelled to secretly photograph his story. In 1943, Ansel Adams was drawn to Manzanar, where he produced his most compassionate body of work. These are their photographs.”