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Photo Essay

Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of FDR’s Japanese Concentration Camps

To accompany the latest edition, I have combined photographs by Dorothea Lange with quotes from Japanese-Americans who were imprisoned during the Internment which began soon after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

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Limited editions of interesting art, printed to exacting standards.

Festina lente — hasten slowly.

Here’s how it works: every month or so, I geek out about some interesting / obscure / cool art that I’d like to have hanging on my wall. I think you might like it too, so I make a limited edition of 100 numbered, archival-quality prints, and ship them to you.

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Second Edition:

Dorothea Lange Japanese Internment Photographs

Lange’s photographs of the “evacuation” and “relocation” of Japanese-American citizens were impounded during World War II, and hidden in the National Archives until 2006. Read more about the history behind her photographs and these prints on the Anchor Editions Blog.

We are donating 50% of proceeds from sales of these prints to the ACLU.

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First Edition:

Fire Insurance Map Titles

Beautiful examples of lettering from the title pages of fire insurance maps made over 100 years ago.

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