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Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargos Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargos Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely ...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

The Regent Showcase theater, an art deco former movie house on La Brea Avenue in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California

The Regent Showcase theater, an art deco former movie house on La Brea...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargos Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargos Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely ...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

The Regent Showcase theater, an art deco former movie house on La Brea Avenue in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California

The Regent Showcase theater, an art deco former movie house on La Brea...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

The entrance to the "Amargosa Opera House," adjacent to the Amagosa Hotel in Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

The entrance to the "Amargosa Opera House," adjacent to the Amagosa Ho...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

The entrance to the "Amargosa Opera House," adjacent to the Amagosa Hotel in Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

The entrance to the "Amargosa Opera House," adjacent to the Amagosa Ho...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Mural at Amargosa Opera House, a remarkable image from what is largely...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

General view of Greenwater, California, showing the world's greatest copper belt, mountains and mines

General view of Greenwater, California, showing the world's greatest c...

H86456 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; P. E. Larson; December 13, 1906. On front: "P.E. Larson Photos Goldfield." Possibly P.E. (Pear Edward) Larss, Klondike photographer and miner who changed his name... More

Panorama of Lee, California

Panorama of Lee, California

H104955 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; California Panorama Co.; January 2, 1908. Copyright claimant's address: Los Angeles. On front: "Compliments of The Calkins Newspaper Syndicate, San Francisco". N... More

Owens Lake, Inyo Co., Calif.

Owens Lake, Inyo Co., Calif.

J155455 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; West Coast Art Co.; May 15, 1911. Copyright claimant's address: Los Angeles, Cal. No. 594.

Emigrant Pass, California

Emigrant Pass, California

This historic pass is on the Old Spanish Trail Highway, about 12 miles east of Tecopa, California, in Inyo County.

Death Valley Lower Grapevine Ranch, Death Valley Junction, Inyo County, CA

Death Valley Lower Grapevine Ranch, Death Valley Junction, Inyo County...

Significance: The site, the Ranch House and the outbuildings all serve to illustrate the life of Death Valley Scotty, a romantic figure of the Wild West. Although publicly a man of great wealth and publicity, ... More

Death Valley Ranch, Service Station-Gas Tank House, Death Valley Junction, Inyo County, CA

Death Valley Ranch, Service Station-Gas Tank House, Death Valley Junct...

Significance: A large part of Albert Johnson's program for Death Valley Ranch centered around his desire for complete comfort and self sufficiency in an otherwise harsh and normally depriving environment. John... More

Manzanar War Relocation Center, Observation (Guard) Tower, Independence, Inyo County, CA

Manzanar War Relocation Center, Observation (Guard) Tower, Independenc...

Survey number: HABS CA-2399-K National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 76000484

Price sign of gasoline on Highway 6. Inyo County, California

Price sign of gasoline on Highway 6. Inyo County, California

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 19, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 19, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Japanese relocation, California. Ester Naite, an office worker from Los Angeles, is shown operating an electric iron in her quarters at Manzanar, California, a War Relocation Authority center where evacuees of Japanese ancestry will spend the duration. Miss Naito works in an office at the center

Japanese relocation, California. Ester Naite, an office worker from Lo...

Caption card lists some of the printing history for image. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Japanese relocation, California. Maye Noma, behind the plate, and Tomi Nagao, at bat, in a practice game between members of the Chick-a-dee softball team, which was kept intact when the players were evacuated from Los Angeles to Manzanar, California, a War Relocation Authority Center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry

Japanese relocation, California. Maye Noma, behind the plate, and Tomi...

Caption card lists some of the printing history for image. Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 14, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 14, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 15, 1945, (EXTRA)

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 15, 1945, (EXTRA)

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Independence Peak

Independence Peak

[Peaks - Independence Peak]. Independence Peak, 1,773 Inyo Co [County]. A 4750. A-36-b-1. 2/54. MVH [Mary V Hood]. Yosemte Original. Peaks. [Public Domain]. A-26-31-001.

The Amagosa Hotel in Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

The Amagosa Hotel in Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley ...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. Credit line: The Jon B. Lov... More

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the n...

The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley settler. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photograp... More

Golf Course in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Golf Course in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the...

The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley settler. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photograp... More

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the n...

The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley settler. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photograp... More

Amargos Opera House just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

Amargos Opera House just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo Co...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. At the time of this photograph in late 2012, the theater was an "art house," used to screen independent films and community plays and concerts. Credit lin... More

[Slim princess mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton, and Rich Perkins, 2000. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Slim princess mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton, and Rich Perkins...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

[Kittie Lee Inn mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton, and Rich Perkins, 2000. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Kittie Lee Inn mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton, and Rich Perkin...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

[Central panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton Jenna Morgenstein, Rich Perkins, Tory Michener and J.T. Schmidt, 1999. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Central panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Th...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

[Left panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton Jenna Morgenstein, Rich Perkins, Tory Michener and J.T. Schmidt, 1999. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Left panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Thoma...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

[Bishop mining mural by Art Mortimer, 2005. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Bishop mining mural by Art Mortimer, 2005. Located in Bishop, a small...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Neon sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the n...

The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley settler. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photograp... More

Trees in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest along White Mountain Road east of Bishop, California

Trees in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest along White Mountain Road...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Jon B. Lovelace Collection of California Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs... More

The creator of this image, photographer Carol M. Highsmith, enjoys a moment on stage at a remarkable theater in what is largely a ghost town: Death Valley Junction, just outside Death Valley National Park in Inyo County, California

The creator of this image, photographer Carol M. Highsmith, enjoys a m...

Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. The community, once a dusty mining, railroad, and mill town, was known as Amargosa, after the desert valley that surrounds it. A recreation hall at the no... More

Inyo County Courthouse in Independence, California

Inyo County Courthouse in Independence, California

The courthouse is the fourth courthouse since the formation of the county on March 22, 1866. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Jon B. Lovelace Collection of California Pho... More

[Right panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Thomas, John Knowlton Jenna Morgenstein, Rich Perkins, Tory Michener and J.T. Schmidt, 1999. Located in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains]

[Right panel of The Ernest Kinney Teamster Family Mural by Robert Thom...

Mural information from Bishop Mural Society website, 2013. The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley s... More

Thunderbird Motel sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, California, at the northern end of the sweeping Owens Valley in the Eastern Sierra Mountains

Thunderbird Motel sign in Bishop, a small town in Inyo County, Califor...

The town was named for Bishop Creek, which flows out of the Sierras. The creek, in turn, was named after Samuel Addison Bishop, an early Owens Valley settler. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photograp... More

HFCA 1607_NPS Employees, Directors_021.jpg

HFCA 1607_NPS Employees, Directors_021.jpg

Visual Panel with text that reads "Horace Albright The Man From Inyo County", over an image of Inyo National Forest.

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 16, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 16, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 19, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 19, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 28, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 28, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 29, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 29, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Reloca... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 20, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 20, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 13, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 13, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 26, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 26, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 2, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 2, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), November 16, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), November 16, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Reloca... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 24, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 24, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 21, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 21, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), November 12, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), November 12, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 17, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 17, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 4, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 4, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 2, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 2, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 5, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 5, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 21, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 21, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 7, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 7, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 6, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 6, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 24, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 24, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 17, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 17, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 27, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 27, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), December 5, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), December 5, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 31, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), August 31, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 7, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), September 7, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 19, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), October 19, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 18, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 18, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 30, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), June 30, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 27, 1942

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), July 27, 1942

Weekly, Aug. 18, 1945-Oct. 19, 1945 Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 11, 1942)-v. 16, no. 7 (Oct. 19, 1945). Published Apr. 11-May 31, 1942 at the Manzanar Assembly Center; June 1, 1942-Sept. 8, 1945 at the Manzanar Relocat... More

Manzanar free press (Manzanar, Calif.), November 7, 1942

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