Photographs & Drawings
The photographs and drawings used in the Camp Harmony exhibit come from two locations: Special Collections Division of the UW Libraries and the Museum of History and Industry.
- Howard Clifford Photographs
- Clifford was a news photographer with the Tacoma News Tribune. These photographs are available in Special Collections. For information on reproductions and licensing see Reproduction Services, <http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/service/reproduction.html>.
- Museum of History and Industry Photographs
- The photographs are part of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer collection at the museum. For information on reproductions and licensing of photographs email the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eddie Sato Drawings
- Sato is an artist who grew up in Seattle. While an inmate at the Puyallup Assembly Center, he served as staff artist on the Camp Harmony News Letter and sketched scenes of daily life. A sketchbook came to the Libraries via Frank Miyamoto in 1975, and eight pen and ink drawings were donated by the artist in 1996.