Guard station at Manzanar

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ddr-csujad-52-1 (CSUJAD Local ID: hslb_npc_0006, CSUJAD Project ID: hslb_npc_0006)

Historical Society of Long Beach Newspaper Photograph Collection

An abandoned guard station at the entrance to Manzanar. Notation on the back of the photo states "Manzanar - Concentration Camp - California, Where American Japanese were kept WWII." The caption printed in the Press-Telegram, in September of 1985, reads "Infamous Manzanar was the first and best-known of the U.S. internment camps where more than 100,000 persons of Japanese ancestry, the majority of American citizens, were confined during World War II under Executive Order 9066." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_npc_0006



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Historical Society of Long Beach, Long Beach, California

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