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Two views of Japanese internment

Leonard Frank Image: Leaving Vancouver, 1942.                                  - Photo courtesy of the Japanese Canadian National Museum
Leonard Frank Image: Leaving Vancouver, 1942.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of the Japanese Canadian National Museum

Experience two perspectives of Japanese Canadians and Japanese Americans during their internment in the 1940s at the Surrey Museum's exhibition, Two Views.

The reality of forced separation and uprooting of families is portrayed through striking black and white photographs by Ansell Adams and Leonard Frank. Presented by Japanese Canadian National Museum.

The exhibition is on display Sept. 13 to Oct. 29. The Surrey Museum is located at 17710 56A Ave.

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Above: Leonard Frank Image:  Building K, men’s Dormitory (formerly forum), Hastings Park, Vancouver, B.C. 1942.

Photo courtesy of the Japanese Canadian National Museum

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