Intersection of two unknown roads near the Hanford Site as a full bus drives past a sign reading, "I Want You to be a Full Time Safe Worker -H.E.W." The sign features a woman in uniform with several tools behind her.
An automobile and truck service garage at Hanford with two buildings. A sign reading "SAFETY" is posted on the front door of one of the buildings. Most of the vehicles in the parking lot have "U.S.A." painted on the doors.
An Optometrist's shop on "A" Avenue at Hanford. Two war propaganda posters are displayed on the side of the building - one reading "BACK OUR INVADERS" and another with a twin prop fighter place and unreadable text.
Elaine Davis grew up in Richland in the early Cold War. Her father came to Richland in 1944 and was an administrator at Kadlec Hospital. Her older brother was the first baby born in the new town of Richland
Frank Cobb constructed the "Redd Sled" to survey the salmon redd's of the Columbia River and to perform underwater water sampling near Hanford Reactors. George Swan worked for the Army Corps of Engineers and oversaw the salmon monitoring program…
Glen Clark grew up in the pre-Manhattan Project towns of Hanford and White Bluffs and later moved to Richland as his parents went to work at the Hanford Site.
The Hanford Oral History Project was sponsored by the Mission Support Alliance and the…