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An oral history interview with Harry Zweifel for the B Reactor Museum Association. Zweifel was in Radiation Patrol and Startup Operations at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Stratton, Monty.mp4
An oral history interview with Monty Stratton for the B Reactor Museum Association. Stratton worked in Instrumentation at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project and Cold War.

G.P. Stein.mp4
An oral history interview with Glen Stein for the B Reactor Museum Association. Stein was a Instrumentation Specialist at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An oral history interview with Alex Smith for the B Reactor Museum Association. Smith was a 200 Area "Area Mechanic" at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project and early Cold War.

An oral history interview with Warren Sevier for the B Reactor Museum Association. Sevier worked with specialized instrumentation in the 200 Area at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Sanson, Ralph.mp4
An oral history interview with Ralph Sansom for the B Reactor Museum Association. Sansom was a Process Operator at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

John Rector.mpg
An oral history interview with John Rector for the B Reactor Museum Association. Rector was a Graphite Machinist at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An oral history interview with Bill Painter for the B Reactor Museum Association. Painter worked in the 200 Area at the Hanford Site during the Cold War.

Mina Miller.mpg
An oral history interview with Mina Miller (Peoples) for the B Reactor Museum Association. Miller was a Recreation Director at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An oral history interview with Don Lewis for the B Reactor Museum Association. Lewis was a Process Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An audio oral history interview with Russ Knight for the B Reactor Museum Association. Knight was a Power Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An oral history interview with Roger Hultgren for the B Reactor Museum Association.

An audio oral history interview with William Baumgartner for the B Reactor Museum Association. Baumgartner was a 200 Area Chemist at the Hanford Site during the early Cold War. Interview is split into two parts.

Blake Miller.mpg
An oral history interview with Blake Miller for the B Reactor Museum Association. Miller was a Draftsman at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Dee McCullough Part 2.mpg
An oral history interview with Dee McCullough for the B Reactor Museum Association. McCullough was a Instrumentation Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Col Franklin Matthias.mpg
An oral history interview with Lt. Col. Franklin Matthias for the B Reactor Museum Association. Matthias was the Corps of Engineers Chief at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An oral history interview with Don Lewis for the B Reactor Museum Association. Lewis was a Process Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Annette Heriford.mpg
An oral history interview with Annette Heriford conducted by Bill Putnam for the B Reactor Museum Association. Heriford is a displaced resident of the Hanford-White Bluffs area

BRMA6 - Hanford History - Freimyer Interviews.mp4
An oral history interview with Jim Freimeyer for the B Reactor Museum Association. Freimeyer was a Power Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Rudy DeJong.mpg
An oral history interview with Rudy DeJong conducted by Bill Putnam for the B Reactor Museum Association. Clement was a Construction Foreman at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Thomas M Clement.mpg
An oral history interview with Thomas Clement conducted by Bill Putnam for the B Reactor Museum Association. Clement was a Instrumentation Shift Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

Floyd Britson.mpg
An audio oral history interview with Bill Putnam conducted by Tom Putnam for the B Reactor Museum Association. Hope was a "Pr Sr. Supervisor of C Shift" during WWII at the Hanford Site.

Hope Amacker.mpg
An audio oral history interview with Hope Amacker conducted by Bill Putnam for the B Reactor Museum Association. Hope was in WAC (Women's Army Corps) Clerical Supply during WWII at the Hanford Site.

An audio oral history interview with Tom Kelly conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) document for the T Plant.…

An audio oral history interview with Thomas Clement and William (Bill) McCue conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record…

An audio oral history interview with Hank DeHaven conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) document for the T…

An audio oral history interview with Greg Greger conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) document for the T…

An audio oral history interview with Gerry Saucier conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) document for the T…

Earth Day.mp4

A video recording of the annual Hanford-White Bluffs reunion of former residents and descendants of those Euro-American communities removed from the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project

Trailer Talk Outside.mp4
A group oral history detailing experiences of living in trailer camps in Hanford and the Tri-Cities area during WWII and the late 1940s.

Trailer Talk Inside.mp4
A group oral history detailing experiences of living in trailer camps in Hanford and the Tri-Cities area during WWII and the late 1940s.

Termination Winds.mp4
A group oral history recounting of early days working and living at the Hanford Engineer Works

A 1988 reunion of the John Ball Grade School held at the Shilo Inn in Richland, WA. John Ball School was a temporary school which served the North Richland construction camp and was constructed of WWII surplus Quonset huts joined together.

Roger Rohrbacher, Mary Rohrbacher, and Ray Issacson describe their experiences during the construction and subsequent operation of HEW facilities during WWII and the early years of the Cold War.

ABC Houses Panel.mp4
Oral history about living in Richland, Washington Alphabet houses during the 1940s and 1950s.

Viola Magnuson T.2010.052.02.mp4
An interview with Viola Magnuson about relocating to Hanford in 1943 and living in a trailer in the Hanford Construction Camp trailer camp.

Marie Hanson T.2010.052.02.mp4
From information sheet packaged with oral history: "Born 1914 Marie Hansen, father Peter O. Hanses. Moved to North Richland in 1918.

She told a couple stories after you left, Todd. Once concerned her father's payment from the condemnation. She…

Warriner, Watson - One Way Many Voices.mp4
A short documentary featuring Watson Warriner, a high-level DuPont employee during the Manhattan Project. From a personal email sent from Warriner to CREHST Curator Connie Estep - "It highlights the astounding construction statistics of HEW, the…

From CREHST Oral History Agreement: "how he came to Hanford; work as technician in theoretical physics dept.; patents; first mini0compuyter on Hanford Site."

Will Walker-1.mp4
From CREHST Oral History Agreement: "Youth, schooling, army; work at 300 & 400 areas as instrument man; standards lab or calibration of instruments; work as inst. [instrument] technician for cladding operations both A1 and N Reactor Fuel."

T-2013-2 Mary & Jim Taylor-1.mp4
From CREHST Oral History Agreement: "Biography; Sale of Home to Govt.; Growing up; and file mace miners birthing center."

Shanon Smith T-2013-024-1.mp4
From CREHST Oral History Agreement: "Biographic sketch. Living conditions in postwar Richland"

Seaborg Remarks.mp4
"Dr. Seaborn was in Richland to give the commencement address for the 1994 graduating class. IT was also the 50th anniversary of his first visit to Hanford during WWII. He made these remarks during a reception where he was awarded recognition by…

Delores Loebsack Main-1.mp4
From the CREHST Oral History Agreement: "Life at White Bluffs. Main file with after recording addenda file."

Lamb, Kay.mp4
Kay Lamb was one of the original teachers at the John Ball School in North Richland, a school made out of hutments that served the North Richland Construction Camp.

Kalkwarf, Don.mp4
From CREHST Oral History Agreement: "Dr. Kalkwarf has a doctorate in chemistry and worked in biology, chemistry, and other disciplines beginning with General Electric in 1951. Extensive World War II experiences."

Jack A. Houston Part 2.m4v
From CRESHT Oral History Agreement: "Jack Houston - Oral History - Segment 4 Floods and Adult Live and Events."

An audio oral history interview with Gardner Clark "G.C." Blackburn conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER)…

An audio oral history interview with Gardner Clark "G.C." Blackburn conducted by Gene Weisskopf for the B Reactor Museum Association as part of an interview series focused on the T Plant and writing a Historic American Engineering Record (HAER)…
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