Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters G or H

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The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
March 21, 2017

The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is dedicated to the remembrance and preservation of the history, stories, victims, and tragic events of the Holocaust during World War II. 

The museum is always free, because the founding survivors insisted that no one ever be turned away from learning about the Holocaust.

Across from the entrance to the museum is a 6 foot high cement wall with a bit of graffiti that seemed somehow appropriate to me.

Pan Pacific Park
March 21, 2017

This week, the topic of Cee’s Black and White challenge is the letter G or H. I seem to have them both covered from my recent trip to the Holocaust Museum in Los Angeles and the graffiti I found there.

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10 thoughts on “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters G or H

    1. Yes, we went in. When we got to the address, all that was there was an underground parking garage with a gate. We had to ring a buzzer and ask to park. The garage only had space for less than 50 cars, mostly compact. Inside, the place was full of school kids on a school trip. My wife complained that it was just another outing to them, a day off of school. But, hopefully they would get something from the experience. We would both agree that one such museum visit is enough for an entire lifetime.

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