Oak Ridge (Tenn.)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Alexander Inn, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Ephemera (Brochures, Menus, 50th Anniversary Map Oak Ridge Mock-up for street sign, transparencies).
Alexander Inn, Oak Ridge, Tenn.. Ephemera (Brochures, Menus, 50th Anniversary Map oak Ridge Mock-up for street sign, transparencies)
-Rate/Reservation card (1982) -Brochure -Knoxville News-Sentinel article (11/13/1983) -Envelope printed with letterhead -Room card for Room 218 -Local Points of Interest sheet with map -Stationery (3 sheets)
American Museum of Atomic Energy. Oak Ridge, Tenn. Brochure with photographs (Radioactive Dime Souvenir, etc.). Lists exhibits, hours, nearby attractions, and includes maps. No date; ca. 1960s. Stamped on front: Distributed by Stuckey’s Fine Pecan Candies. 1 pc. (tri-fold). Ephemera.
Ed Westcott: Capturing History. Award Nomination for ETHS 2009. Includes a copy of the book “Through the Lens of Ed Westcott: A Photographic History of World War II’s Secret City” letters of commendation, newspaper articles, photographs.
Material from George Campbell, who belonged to the National Association of Civilian Conservation Corps(CCC) Alumni, Norris Dam Tennessee Valley Chapter #68 in the 1980 (Anderson County, Tenn.). Collection includes CCC and alumni group items, and material on Oak Ridge, Tenn. George Campbell originally served in the Civilian Conservation Corps(CCC) #1508, chiefly in California in the 1930s. Although he was born in Virginia, he enlisted in California at age 18 in 1934.
Autumn scenes on estate grounds; heavy machinery; roadways and street signs around Hardin Valley, TN; excavation; laying down asphalt; "Oak Ridge" highway sign.
This memoir written by Edna Best Hunter recounts arriving in Oak Ridge in March 1944 and describes living and working conditions in Oak Ridge through the end of World War II. The author worked in security and intelligence throughout the war. The memoir seems to have been written in 1949, since it references events from that time.
The collection consists of material from Kenneth Scruggs Evans’ work and life in Oak Ridge, Tenn. As well as some professional documents related to his fathers.
Letters (carbon copies) from Shirley Robock, Oak Ridge, Tenn., 1950 discussing life and race relations in the new city of Oak Ridge, Tenn. One black/white photograph of Shirley Robock with her three children Jerry, Alan, and Lisa. League of Women Voters description of the “General Characteristics of Knoxville” prepared by Shirley Robock, February 2, 1954.
Sterling silver pin with the words ‘Manhattan Project A Bomb’ on front; ‘sterling’ and ‘Whitehead-Hoa? on back). 1 pc. + silver-colored piece of scrip from Blue Diamond Coal Co., Westbourne, Tenn. ,‘5’ on one side; ‘payable in merchandise only...’. Diamond shaped hole cut in item. 1 pc.
Auxiliary Military Police Headquarters, Clinton Engineer Works, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Pass # 105503 for Louie Litton to report for work. July 1944. 1 pc. (printed form with typed information).
Newspapers containing stories about the dropping of the atomic bomb and its development at Oak Ridge, August 7-12 and September 2, 1945. Papers include: Knoxville Journal; Knoxville News-Sentinel; Washington Times-Herald; Washington Post; and the Oak Ridge Journal. Also: loose clippings and reprint of Time and Life stories on the Manhattan Project, 1945.
"Grandmother, Mike and [illegible name] at Oak Ridge"
2 notebooks (1 manuscripts; 1 photographs) with detailed descriptive list; Worthington family; Duncan family; Anderson County Tenn; Tadlock’s Chapel, Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The family lived on the present site of Oak Ridge, Tenn. The family cemetery is on government property but maintained by the family. Jesse Brown Worthington (1839-1906) and his family founded Tadlock’s Chapel.