Born Free and Equal: An Exhibition of Ansel Adams Photographs: Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art, History, and Science Ansel Adams

ISBN: 9780931547003

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Born Free and Equal: An Exhibition of Ansel Adams Photographs: Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art, History, and Science  by  Ansel Adams

Born Free and Equal: An Exhibition of Ansel Adams Photographs: Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art, History, and Science by Ansel Adams
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Ansel Adams wrote this courageous story about 120,000 interned Japanese Americans in Manzanar during WWII. This documentary work would make them visible and the story of their injustice known. In 1944, this book made the NY Times Book List. Then, itMoreAnsel Adams wrote this courageous story about 120,000 interned Japanese Americans in Manzanar during WWII. This documentary work would make them visible and the story of their injustice known.

In 1944, this book made the NY Times Book List. Then, it was burned in San Francisco. It disappeared before WWII ended. Today, Adams appeal for justice remains a story to be told again and again. This limited edition of 3,000 copies contains Adams original story illustrated with 19 small duotone documentary photographs, a note on the photography and an index of the 1984 Born Free and Equal Exhibition photographs.



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