Dec 7 2012
10:21 am

Most of us are familiar with the work of Ed Westcott, the fine photographer who is responsible for most of the visual record of Oak Ridge's role in the Manhattan Project. Many of his photos are now online in the DOE-Oak Ridge photostream at Flickr.

President Jimmy Carter in Oak Ridge

The above scene is special to me as is this view of an operating gaseous diffusion cell. I helped to prepare the display in Building K-33 for the Presidential visit.

The Y-12 Calutron Girls (1944)

Ed Westcott (2004)

Solway Gate (1946)

bizgrrl's picture

We got one of those books

We got one of those books that showed a lot of his pictures from Oak Ridge during WWII. We're pretty sure my mother shows up in one of those. Way cool.'s picture

Al Gore

is standing on the right - thinking wistfully about Tipper, no doubt. -- s.

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Al and I were both so much

Al and I were both so much easier to look at when that photo was made.

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