Bearing WitnessAnsel Adams’s Lost Internment Camp PhotosWilliam Boot10.07.15Bearing WitnessAnsel Adams’s Lost Internment Camp PhotosThe photography legend made a series of trips to the Manzanar War Relocation Center in 1943 and 1944—and 50 of the resulting images will be on display in L.A. from Oct. 8 to Feb. 21.William Boot10.07.15 5:00 AM ETAnsel Adams/Library of CongressThe legendary photographer made a series of trips in 1943 and 1944 to the Manzanar War Relocation Center in California, one of 10 Japanese internment camps across the U.S. during World War II. Now, 50 of the resulting images will be on display at L.A.’s Skirball Cultural Center from Oct. 8 to Feb. 21. At left, a man with a pipe stands atop a bus loading luggage into a rack, while others gather around. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressStudents seated in a classroom laboratory watching an instructor at the front of the room. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressThree men standing in a field, with mountains in the background. According to the caption on the negative sleeve: “The Guayule Project was an important part of the Manzanar enterprise.” Ansel Adams/Library of CongressCatholic church, Manzanar Relocation Center. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressMen handling beef carcasses in a butcher shop. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressBunkichi Hayashi, seated at a table with two other men, one pointing to a piece of paper with a pencil. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressBirds sit on power lines above buildings, with mountains and setting sun in the background. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressYoung women singing in a choir. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressRows of camp housing, covered on the outside with tarpaper, as snow-covered mountains are seen in the distance. Ansel Adams/Library of CongressA wooden sign at the entrance to the Manzanar War Relocation Center with a car at the gatehouse in the background.