Picture of the day: Bo walks on a wall


Picture of the day: Ballgame at Manzanar

During WWII, as the nation entered a hysteria after the Pearl Harbor attacks, Americans of Japanese descent were rounded up and moved into internment camps. One of the great shames of American history, the internees none-the-less formed communities inside the camps- and that included creating baseball teams, as can be seen in this famous photo by Ansel Adams, which I found on the Library of Congress feed on Flickr.