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An exhibit at LA's Skirball Cultural Center features photos that three photographers — Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams and Toyo Miyatake — took at the Manzanar internment camp.

Scene of barrack homes at this War Relocation Authority Center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry. A hot windstorm brings dust from the surrounding desert.

Toyo Miyatake, Three boys at Manzanar Internment Camp, 1943

Toyo Miyatake, Three boys at Manzanar Internment Camp, 1943

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Toyo Miyatake photographed Japanese-American life until he was interred in Manzanar during the war. He managed to smuggle a camera lens into the camp and built a camera. He extensively photographed life in the the camp.

Toyo Miyatake Untitled, 1944 Gelatin silver print.

One of Miyatake's best-known photographs, of three boys looking through the prison camp's barbed-wire fence, with guard tower in background. Photograph by Toyo Miyatake. (Photo courtesy of Alan Miyatake, Toyo Miyatake Studio.

Toyo Miyatake

Toyo Miyatake, Untitled (Opening Image from Valediction), Courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, © Toyo Miyatake Studio.