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The Photography of Ed Westcott

Ed Westcott was the official photographer for the Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge during WWII.

Workers on two levels of the reactor at Clinton Laboratories which produced the first radioisotopes for sale. (08/02/1946)
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Workers on two levels of the reactor at Clinton Laboratories which produced the first radioisotopes for sale. (08/02/1946)

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Three unidentified workers in white coveralls pulling isotopes from reactor at Clinton Laboratories with an unidentified man to the right monitoring radiation. (08/02/1946)

Three unidentified workers in white coveralls pulling isotopes from reactor at Clinton Laboratories with an unidentified man to the right monitoring radiation. (08/02/1946)

Sale of first radioisotopes to Dr. EV Cowdry of Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, St. Louis MO by Dr. LP Wigner. (08/02/1946)

Sale of first radioisotopes to Dr. EV Cowdry of Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, St. Louis MO by Dr. LP Wigner. (08/02/1946)

Two unidentified men scanning first radioisotopes to be sold by Clinton Laboratories. (08/02/1946)
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Two unidentified men scanning first radioisotopes to be sold by Clinton Laboratories. (08/02/1946)

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Unidentified workers loading isotope into shielded transfer container at  X-10-Clinton Laboratory. (08/02/1946)

Unidentified workers loading isotope into shielded transfer container at  X-10-Clinton Laboratory. (08/02/1946)

United States Army Corps of Engineers color guard photographed outdoors. (1945)
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United States Army Corps of Engineers color guard photographed outdoors. (1945)

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Widow of Sgt Jasper Richardson seated next to his photo holding Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster awarded to her husband. (06/07/1945)
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Widow of Sgt Jasper Richardson seated next to his photo holding Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster awarded to her husband. (06/07/1945)

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Mrs. Jasper Richardson accepting Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster posthumously to her husband Sgt. Jasper Richardson.  Award being given by Lt. James Thorton-US Army. (06/07/1945)
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Mrs. Jasper Richardson accepting Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster posthumously to her husband Sgt. Jasper Richardson.  Award being given by Lt. James Thorton-US Army. (06/07/1945)

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"E" Award luncheon.  (09/29/1945)
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"E" Award luncheon.  (09/29/1945)

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Colonel Kenneth Nichols and Mrs. A. Carter standing in front of six servicemen at an outdoor ceremony. (1945)
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Colonel Kenneth Nichols and Mrs. A. Carter standing in front of six servicemen at an outdoor ceremony. (1945)

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General Leslie Groves addressing a group of workers. (08/29/1945)
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General Leslie Groves addressing a group of workers. (08/29/1945)

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Saluting the flag at an American Legion Memorial Day ceremony.  (05/30/1946)
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Saluting the flag at an American Legion Memorial Day ceremony.  (05/30/1946)

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Soldiers raising a flag at the Army-Navy “E” Award ceremony at Oak Ridge High School football field. (09/25/1945)
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Soldiers raising a flag at the Army-Navy “E” Award ceremony at Oak Ridge High School football field. (09/25/1945)

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An unidentified soldier waves at the camera during a VJ Day celebration at Jackson Square. (08/14/1945)
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An unidentified soldier waves at the camera during a VJ Day celebration at Jackson Square. (08/14/1945)

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A group of boys under an effigy named “Tojo” during a VJ Day celebration at Jackson Square. (08/14/1945)
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A group of boys under an effigy named “Tojo” during a VJ Day celebration at Jackson Square. (08/14/1945)

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