Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
ETHS Press Release on John Porter McCowan portrait
Press release by the East Tennessee Historical Society on the results of sending the John Porter McCowan portrait to Oak Ridge National Laboratory's High Temperature Materials Laboratory for infrared study. The infrared camera revealed an underpainting of watermill landscape. The underpainting further supports suspicion the unsigned portrait was painted by Lloyd Branson.
"Preserving Oak Ridge History: Oak Ridge National Laboratory's 60th Anniversary Celebration (2002-2003)." Gift of Marilyn Z. McLaughlin, ORNL Public Relations Office
"Preserving Oak Ridge History: Oak Ridge National Laboratory's 60th Anniversary Celebration (2002-2003)." Record is their submission for the ETHS Award of Distinction Nomination, April 4, 2003. Includes 122 page (front & back) + cookbook, 3 CDs, 1 video tape, and 2 artifacts.
VWF-79, Early 1960s
Construction of what appears to be a government facility, presumed to be the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN.