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The Photography of Ed Westcott

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

Women standing on dormitory steps celebrating V-J day. (8/14/1945)
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PRO 946-14

Women standing on dormitory steps celebrating V-J day. (8/14/1945)

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Oak Ridge billboard: “Just what are you doing to make his dreams come true?” (6/5/1944)
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Oak Ridge billboard: “Just what are you doing to make his dreams come true?” (6/5/1944)

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Oak Ridge billboard: “Are you working everyday? Stay on the job-finish the job.” (6/5/1944)
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Oak Ridge billboard: “Are you working everyday? Stay on the job-finish the job.” (6/5/1944)

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Oak Ridge billboard.  ”Looking for Bits of Information-Guard Your Talk.” (4/15/1944)
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Oak Ridge billboard.  ”Looking for Bits of Information-Guard Your Talk.” (4/15/1944)

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Two unidentified men working on back side of graphite reactor.(1956)
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Two unidentified men working on back side of graphite reactor.(1956)

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Ira Whitney packing radioisotopes for shipment. (10/1946)
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Ira Whitney packing radioisotopes for shipment. (10/1946)

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Crowd witnessing sale of first radioisotopes from Clinton Laboratories to Barnard Hospital in St. Louis, MO. (8/2/1946)
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Crowd witnessing sale of first radioisotopes from Clinton Laboratories to Barnard Hospital in St. Louis, MO. (8/2/1946)

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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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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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PRO 682

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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PRO 664