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HASI.1996.001.298.tif
P 277

HASI.1996.001.297.tif
Excavation site.

P 276

HASI.1996.001.296.tif
Development of a large excavation at Hanford.

P 275

HASI.1996.001.295.tif
A large, deep excavation with a temporary dirt road in the side.

P 273

HASI.1996.001.294.tif
P 272

HASI.1996.001.293.tif
P 271

HASI.1996.001.292.tif
Close-up of scaffolding at the corner of a building.

P 270

HASI.1996.001.291.tif
Beginning foundation work of a larger building.

P 269

HASI.1996.001.290.tif
Beginning construction of a heating facility at Hanford. A tall brick funnel is already in place beside the plant.

P 268

HASI.1996.001.289.tif
Work progresses on the large excavation. The pipe assembly is nearly complete and the surrounding area is being refilled with gravel.

P 267

HASI.1996.001.288.tif
Wood framework at the base of a smaller excavation.

P 266

HASI.1996.001.287.tif
A very large excavation about 15 feet deep. Segments of pipe line a wood frame at the center of the base as the pipeline is being assembled.

HASI.1996.001.286.tif
Wood framework of a medium, single-story building.

P 259

HASI.1996.001.285.tif
Close-up of the completed foundation.

P 258

HASI.1996.001.284.tif
Large, completed foundation.

P 257

HASI.1996.001.283.tif
Small, shallow trench excavation.

P 256

HASI.1996.001.282.tif
Wood beams mark an excavation to begin construction work.

P 255

HASI.1996.001.280.tif
Ground leveled and outlined for a new building. The foundation has not been put in place yet.

P 253

HASI.1996.001.279.tif
Development of underground utilities of a building.

P 252

HASI.1996.001.278.tif
Foundation of a new building at Hanford. Most of the surrounding land is undeveloped.

P 251

HASI.1996.001.277.tif
Newly finished house at Camp Hanford. The one adjacent to it is nearly identical.

P 250

HASI.1996.001.275.tif
A tall metal wall was put in place in the excavated plot in less than seven days. This building was very close to the Columbia River.

P 222

HASI.1996.001.274.tif
Construction of a wooden building. Workers are not present at the site; only one man stands on the roof evaluating the work.

P 221

HASI.1996.001.273.tif
An unidentified facility at Hanford on a very basic foundation with large double sliding doors.

P 220

HASI.1996.001.272.tif
Another angle of a heating plant at Hanford. "KEEP OUT" is posted by the front door. Another sign reads 384.

P 219

HASI.1996.001.271.tif
Construction of a heating plant at Hanford with heavy scaffolding. A large brick funnel sits next to the main building. Several signs are posted all over the site emphasizing the importance of working safely, such as a goal of no accidents at…

HASI.1996.001.270.tif
A residential street in Richland. A few houses are under construction. The land adjacent to the neighborhood is undeveloped.

HASI.1996.001.269.tif
Housing Area #31 in Richland. One and two-story homes are somewhat aligned on the dirt road. Some are occupied, others are still under construction.

P 197

HASI.1996.001.268.tif
Construction of a tall industrial funnel, at least 100 feet in height. The scaffolding platform at the base has four levels.

P 195

HASI.1996.001.267.tif
An unidentified, office-like facility in Richland. The surrounding roads are not paved.

P 194

HASI.1996.001.266.tif
Finishing construction of a telephone building in Richland. The scaffolding is gone after about two weeks from a previous photo (P-5)

P 193

HASI.1996.001.265.tif
Foundational construction within a small excavated area near the Columbia River.

P 192

HASI.1996.001.264.tif
Several ongoing construction projects at Camp Hanford. The barracks were not built yet.

P 140

HASI.1996.001.263.tif
Land being developed beside the village of barracks at Camp Hanford.

P 139

HASI.1996.001.262.tif
Workers build a small underground room with wood at Camp Hanford. Two are cutting wood beams at the top of the structure while two others walk the perimeter.

P 138

HASI.1996.001.261.tif
Two workers excavate a pit behind one of the barracks at Camp Hanford. They have stepped away from the bulldozer to examine their work.

P 137

HASI.1996.001.260.tif
Beginning construction of a one-story building at Hanford. Most of the workers are on the roof. A large crane labeled "NORTHWEST" is also in operation.

P 136

HASI.1996.001.259.tif
Construction work finishing on an unidentified, one-story building at Hanford.

P 135

HASI.1996.001.258.tif
Streets of barracks at Camp Hanford. Construction equipment is temporarily stored on the opposite side of the arterial road on an empty lot.

P 134

HASI.1996.001.257.tif
An unidentified building at the Hanford Site. One side of the building has two tall, horizonal sliding, double-door entrances. A storage drum outside reads "FIRE ONLY 526".

P-5

HASI.1996.001.256.tif
Construction of a brick telephone building in Richland. Wood beams are stacked beside the scaffolding.

P-4
Insets: U.S.A. ME 74390

HASI.1996.001.255.tif
Construction of a cable pole at Hanford.

P-3

HASI.1996.001.254.tif
The East facade of the Richland Transient Quarters in Late 1943. The construction scaffolding is still in place.

P-1

HASI.1996.001.253.tif
Sears Roebuck & Co., now Sears, store at Hanford Construction Area

HASI.1996.001.250.tif
Rows of metal meat racks stored at Camp Hanford. The commissary provided meals for 50k workers and used 250,000 pounds of meat per week.

D 8536

HASI.1996.001.249.tif
A closer view of an auto service facility in Richland. Tires, auto repairing and polishing signs are clearer on this photo. Fuel, washing and sales were some of the other services provided at the facility.

D 8505

HASI.1996.001.248.tif
A busy auto service facility in Richland. The 76 fuel company banner is displayed on a lightpost outside the garage door. This site later became the Public Library.

D 8490

HASI.1996.001.247.tif
Aerial view of a V-shaped, two-story living quarters on George Washington Way, near the Columbia River, in Richland. Most of the land nearby was either vacant or undeveloped at the time. The facility was later named the Desert Inn, and is presently…

HASI.1996.001.245.tif
An aerial view of the 200 East Area at Hanford, showing several facilities spread out across an open field nearby the cliffs of the Columbia River.

HASI.1996.001.238.tif
A hardware store in Richland built entirely of bricks, with some wooden additions. The building is not marked as a hardware store and a light is on inside.

D 8404
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