You may think of Ansel Adams as a photographer of nature.  But in 1940, he was sent on assignment to the “wilds” of Los Angeles, where he documented life in the city for Fortune magazine.  Twenty years later, he gifted the pictures to the Los Angeles Public Library.

For the first time, those pictures will be displayed in a gallery, namely, at drkrm on Spring Street downtown.

 

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