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Jack Muro Amache Photo Album

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Water Tower Tank Ladder

Jack captured this abstract and rare view of the ladder that goes up to the water tank platform on top of very tall tower that can be seen from all points in Amache. This view is looking back down at the ground and start of the climb up the ladder. This tower located on the Southeast corner is where Jack and Amache photographer and admininistration employee, Joe McClelland photographed "aerial-views" of Amache. Jack shot a series of photos from left to right and created a panorama that is a part of the collection.

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Water Tower Ladder
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Gift of Jack Muro, Japanese American National Museum (2012.2.325) Copyright is held by the Japanese American National Museum. Short-term educational use with limited circulation is permitted. For all other uses, ... More »


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