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Manzanar Japanese Relocation Camp - Buildings
California


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Reconstructed guard tower number 8 at Manzanar

Reconstructed guard tower number 8 at Manzanar

One guard tower (of the original eight) has been authentically recreated at the northeast corner of the Manzanar Relocation Camp. It is a landmark easily visible from Highway 395.

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 12, 2017

Manzanar Visitor Center

Manzanar Visitor Center

Entrance to the Visitor Center at Manzanar, originally the high school auditorium, then the Inyo County maintenance garage

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 21, 2009
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Basketball court at Manzanar

Basketball court at Manzanar

A basketball court outlined in stones between recreated buildings of the Manzanar camp.

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 12, 2017

Tar-paper buildings at Manzanar

Tar-paper buildings at Manzanar

Only a few of the original buildings have been restored or re-created at the Manzanar camp. Rows of stones, concrete block foundations, and small signs show the locations of hundreds of other buildings.

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 12, 2017

Manzanar Building 14

Manzanar Building 14

Rebuilt housing unit Building 14 at Manzanar

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 21, 2009
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Sentry posts at the entrance to Manzanar

Sentry posts at the entrance to Manzanar

The two sentry post buildings at the main camp entrance were designed by Kuichiro Nishi and built by the internees.

Manzanar National Historic Site, California

Date photographed: March 12, 2017

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