Japanese Internment Photograph Collections
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Library of Congress
The Library of Congress website contains hundreds of photographs taken of the camps. Many of the photographs were taken by Ansel Adam's at Manzanar.
Calisphere: University of California
Photographs of Japanese Americans before, during and after internment.
This site is actually selling the photographs of Dorothea Lange for charity. These high-quality scans also make for a good resource.
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