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George Takei helps L.A. museum acquire internment camp artifacts
Rare Japanese American artifacts and artworks created in internment camps during World War II and recently put up for sale in a controversial auction have instead been acquired by the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, officials are expected to announce Saturday night.
George Takei helps L.A. museum acquire internment camp artifacts

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