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"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""."

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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.

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Chris and Denise Didier posing at the family homestead.

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

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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

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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).

An oral history interview with William Ryan conducted by the B Reactor Museum Association.

An 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) document…

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)…

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…

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 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 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 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.…

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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 Don Lewis for the B Reactor Museum Association. Lewis was a Process Supervisor at the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

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 Bill Painter for the B Reactor Museum Association. Painter worked in the 200 Area at the Hanford Site during the Cold War.

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.
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