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RG1P_4B_0001.jpg
"1 photograph: col.; 12.7 x 17.8 cm.
A blue sign with white text ""TEDF MH-F1""."

RG1P_4B_0570.jpg
"1 photograph; 20.6 x 25.3 cm.
Large building undergoing construction, lots of cars nearby as well as houses in the background. Text on back of image reads: ""Hanford Works; Photo No. 9; Area Carmicheal; Date 9-22-48""."

RG4I_092.jpg
Man wearing W on Sweater with WB belt buckle, along with another man next to him (Possibly George Gilhuly).

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Two people in front of what once was a home/building, during a reunion visit in 1968.

Ash, Edward Sr.JPG
Edward Ash, Sr. moved to Pasco, Washington in 1947 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1947-1981.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the…

Crippen, Virginia.JPG
Virginia Crippen moved to Pasco, Washington in 1948 and was a successful business owner.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of…

Haney, Benny.JPG
Benny Haney moved to the Tri-Cities in 1944 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Johnson, Luzell.JPG
Luzell Johnson moved to Pasco, Washington in 1944 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Moore, Thomas.JPG
Thomas Moore moved to Pasco, Washington in 1949 and opened many local businesses.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of…

Olden, Richmond.JPG
Olden Richmond moved to Pasco, Washington in 1943 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Pruitt, James.JPG
James Pruitt moved to the Tri-Cities in 1948 and was influential in civil rights movements.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives…

Walker, Cornelius.JPG
Cornelius Walker moved to the Tri-Cities in 1948 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Ray, Velma.JPG
Velma Ray moved to Pasco, Washington to work on the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the…

Williams, Joe.JPG
Joe Williams moved to the Tri-Cities in 1943 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

RG1D_2D001.tif
The Didier family posing with a "C" tractor. Alice and Don with their children (from left to right), Curt, Clint, and Denise.

RG1D_2D002.tif
Chris and Denise Didier posing at the family homestead.

RG1D_2D003.tif
Don and Curt Didier pose in front of their homestead tent. Alice Didier can be seen inside the tent.

RG1D_2D004.tif
Clint and Curt Didier pose in front of a truck at the Didier homestead.

RG1D_2D006.tif
Photograph of the Didier homestead with heavy equipment clearing sagebrush in the background

RG1D_2D007.tif
View of uncleared land at the Dider homestead near Eltopia, WA

RG1D_2I_003.jpg
Wanda Munn receiving the American Nuclear Society Local Section Exhibit Award

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Certificate of Associate Membership in the American Nuclear Society

Anderson Family.pdf
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

Anglin Family.pdf
These were handwritten and typed responses to a questionnaire sent out by the White Bluffs-Hanford Pioneer Association, for its 38th Anniversary or Reunion Booklet (sometime in the 1980’s).

RG1D_2B_001.tif
Robotic arms have cut a fuel rod assembly and the assembly is being removed and the fuel goes to processing.

RG1D_2B_004.tif
Picture of a Jerry Tallent loading fuel pellets using a glove box while two other workers observe.

RG1D_2B_005.tif
Jerry Tallent posing with fuel driver assembly for a photographer proof

RG1D_2B_006.tif
Jerry Tallent and two other workers running a FFTF fuel driver assembly Dismantling machine.

RG1D_2B_007.tif
Group viewing the Dismantling machine through a six-foot wall and glass. The wall was lined with lead BB's to block radiation emitted from plutonium. Jerry Tallent on left.

RG1D_2B_008a.tif
From left to right: Dawson, W.F. Walker, Pete Titzler, and Jerry Tallent at the far right.

RG1D_2B_008b.tif
From left to right: Dawson, W.F. Walker, Pete Titzler, and Jerry Tallent at the far right.

RG1D_2B_009.tif
The robotic arm cuts the outside of the assembly and exposes the fuel rods.

RG1D_2B_014.tif
A steel arm used in the fuel rod Dismantling machine.

RG1D_2B_015.tif
A group of visiting foreign nuclear scientists and policymakers viewing the Dismantling machine at the Hanford Engineering Development Lab. The dismanteler, developed by Jerry Tallent, cut open fuel rods by welding copper to stainless steel which…

RG1D_2B_016.tif
Jerry Tallent operating the SN005, a fuel rod Dismantling machine that he help invent.

RG1D_2B_017.tif
"Greg" demonstrating operation of a glove box assisted by a lift while Jerry Tallent operates lift at the Hanford Engineering Development Lab.

RG1D_2B_018.tif
Jerry Tallent posing as an operator of the Dismantling machine.

RG1D_2B_019.tif
Closeup of a fuel pin canister showing hexigonal fuel rod formation.

RG1D_2B_020.tif
Manipulator arm taking apart a fuel rod.

Milliman003.jpg
Edward Milliman testing animal physiology (heart rate, respitory rate) at Pacific Northwest Laboratory. Photograph number 760818-11

Milliman004.jpg
Edward Milliman and another worker running inhalation tests on rodents, likely Syrian Hamsters at Pacific Northwest Laboratory. The red suits indicate that exposure tests are currently being run. Photograph number 760818-13cn

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Edward Milliman testing animals for asbestos concrete exposure using inhalation equipment at Pacific Northwest Laboratory. Photograph number 0407E2018

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Rodent lungs after inhalation tests of "fly ash".

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Edward Milliman disecting a Syrian Hamster after exposing the animal to different inhilation tests. Photograph number 34352-97-cn

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Edward Milliman operating a device that forces hamsters to smoke cigarettes. 30 cigarettes are loaded at the top and each corresponds to a hamster. The machine takes a "puff" every few seconds. Photograph number PNL 711513-59

RG1D_2N_001.jpg
"Russell Brown, Russ Brown Jr Age 5, Barbara Brown Age 2 1/2"

RG1D_2N_002.jpg
"Russell and Lois Brown plots given in Memorial Gardens in Richland for Designing garden"

RG1D_2N_003.jpg
"Reading a book"

RG1D_2N_004.jpg
"Barbara Brown 1939 3 yrs old New Lenox, Illinois"

RG1D_2N_005.jpg
"1938 Russell Brown, 2 yr. Barbara Brown, 5 yr. Russ Brown Jr."
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