Photograph of the top of the Amache water tower when first re-discovered.
This photograph shows the historic inscription on the water tower when rediscovered: GN stands for Granada (the site was officially known as the Granada Relocation Center).
This photograph prior to the water tower reconstruction shows the concrete blocks to which the base of the water tower was historically connected.
This photograph shows the condition of the water tower tank prior to reconstruction.
Taken by WRA camp photographer Joseph McClelland, this is a rare color photograph of the water tower and base. The original slide is in the collections of the Amache Preservation Society.
This historic photograph shows details of the platform around the water tower tank and the tank itself. Taken by WRA camp photographer Joseph McClelland. The original slide is in the collections of the Amache Preservation Society.
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