The City of the Atomic Bomb - One of the Gigantic Production Areas
Title:
The City of the Atomic Bomb - One of the Gigantic Production Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


National Laboratory - Atomic Energy Commission
Title:
National Laboratory - Atomic Energy Commission
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused



Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


The Chapel on the Hill
Title:
The Chapel on the Hill
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Real Photo PM 1949 Aug-22



East Village Shopping Center
Title:
East Village Shopping Center
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1946 Apr-5


Jackson Square
Title:
Jackson Square
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Processing Area
Title:
Processing Area
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A model of the core of the Shippingport, Pennsylvania power reactor towers above the American Museum of Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. More than 120,000 visitors a year tour the Museum to see exhibits and demonstrations on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. Admission is free.


Processing Area
Title:
Processing Area
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM Oct-24



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Ken Shockley Power From the Atom. A colorful, animated nuclear power plant simulator at the new American Museum of Atomic Energy gives a lively explanation of how nuclear heat is converted to electrical energy. The free Museum is operated for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration by Oak Ridge Associated Universities.


Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant Project
Title:
Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant Project
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1985 Jan-4

Description:
This is an artist's rendering of the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant - the nation's first large scale breeder demonstration plant. A breeder is a nuclear power plant that produces more fuel than it uses as it generates electricity. The Clinch River Plant is to be built on a site on the Clinch River in Oak Ridge, TN. With licensing approval, actual site work could begin by 1983. Although it's not a commercial sized plant, it could start producing electricity for 200,000 residents in the Tennessee Valley Service Area by 1989. Sun Graphics



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A model of the core of the Shippingport, Pennsylvania, power reactor towers above the American Museum of Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. More than 120,000 visitors a year tour the Museum to see exhibits and demonstrations on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. Admission is gree. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.


National Laboratory
Title:
National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
J. E. Westcott This is the Atomic Energy Commission's largest research center, and is devoting much of its effort to the development of nuclear reactors which will produce economical electric power. The Laboratory is operated for the Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation Curt Teich & Co.



The Atomic Energy Commission's Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Title:
The Atomic Energy Commission's Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The plant has one purpose - the production of enriched uranium 235 for national defense and peaceful applications. The large U-shaped building at right is K-25, the original plant. The plant, which covers about 600 acres, is operated at Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation. Curteichcolor


Y-12 Plant
Title:
Y-12 Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
J. E. Westcott The Atomic Energy Commission's Y-12 Plant is a sparwling complex of about 170 buildings. Y-12 was built during World War II to produce enriched uranium 235 by the electromagnetic method and the first production building began operation January 27, 1944. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the Atomic Energy Commission. Curt Teich & Co.



American Museum of Science & Energy
Title:
American Museum of Science & Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused


Air View of Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Title:
Air View of Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb



Production Plant
Title:
Production Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb


Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the atomic bomb



Production and Research Plant
Title:
Production and Research Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birth Place of the Atomic Bomb


Production and Research Plant
Title:
Production and Research Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the atomic bomb



Main A.E.C. Administration Building
Title:
Main A.E.C. Administration Building
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1948 Sep-5

Description:
Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb


View of Jackson Square
Title:
View of Jackson Square
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1954 Feb-17

Description:
Jackson Square is the main shopping center at Oak Ridge. The Oak Ridge High School is shown in the foreground and the main Administration Building in the background. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge government reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings. Curt Teich & Co.



Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant Project
Title:
Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant Project
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the artist's rendering of the Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant - the nation's first large scale breeder demonstration plant. A breeder is a nuclear power plant that produces more fuel than ti uses as it generates electricity. The Clinch River Plant is to built on a site on the Clinch River in Oak Ridge, TN. With licensing approval, actual site work could begin by 1983. Although it is not a commercial size plant, it could start producing electricity for 200,000 residents in the Tennessee Valley service area by 1989.


View of one of the Processing Areas
Title:
View of one of the Processing Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
City of the Atomic Bomb Curteich



Oak Ridge High School
Title:
Oak Ridge High School
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Production and Rsearch Plant - Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb
Title:
Production and Rsearch Plant - Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Typical View of a Trailer Community in the "City of the Atomic Bomb"
Title:
Typical View of a Trailer Community in the "City of the Atomic Bomb"
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Far Away...Immense in Size - The Atomic City
Title:
Far Away...Immense in Size - The Atomic City
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1946 Sep-13



Production Plant
Title:
Production Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb


The City of the Atomic Bomb - Administration Building
Title:
The City of the Atomic Bomb - Administration Building
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Offices of District Engineer, Manhattan Engineer District



The City of the Atomic Bomb - Heart of the Business Section
Title:
The City of the Atomic Bomb - Heart of the Business Section
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


Air View of Oak Ridge, Tenn
Title:
Air View of Oak Ridge, Tenn
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the atomic bomb



Greetings from The Atomic City
Title:
Greetings from The Atomic City
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
A model atomic power plant in the American Museum of Atomic Energy. The Museum is open 9:30 to 5:00 on weekdays, 12:30 to 6:30 on Sundays. The American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge is the only one of its kind in the world - its tells the story of atomic energy in displays and words with a guided tour that everyone can understand


Lobby, American Museum of science and Energy
Title:
Lobby, American Museum of science and Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Professor Energy (museum mascot) beckons visitors to play, discover and experience the energy story... a self-guided tour uniquely beginning with the Oak Ridge Story. Free admission. The museum is operated for the US Department of Energy by Science Applications, Inc



One of the Process Plants at Clinton Engineer Works
Title:
One of the Process Plants at Clinton Engineer Works
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"The City of the Atomic Bomb" Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge Government Reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings


American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1956 Aug-9

Description:
The story of atomic energy is interestingly told by the use of mechanical analogies, panels, mock-ups and movies in the American Museum of Atomic Energy. the Museum is operated for the Atomic Energy Commission by the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies. Hours are from 9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on weekdays and from 12:30 to 6:30 P.M on Sundays. Admission is 50c for adults and free for children under 12



Production Plant at the Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb
Title:
Production Plant at the Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused


A View of One of the Process Buildings and Cooling Towers
Title:
A View of One of the Process Buildings and Cooling Towers
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge government reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings



A View of one of the Processing Areas, Clinton Engineer Works
Title:
A View of one of the Processing Areas, Clinton Engineer Works
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"The City of the Atomic Bomb" Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, Oak Ridge grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge Government Reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings


View of one of the Processing Areas - "City of the Atomic Bomb"
Title:
View of one of the Processing Areas - "City of the Atomic Bomb"
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused



Greetings from Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Title:
Greetings from Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb


Tower Shielding Facility at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Tower Shielding Facility at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
This is the Tower Shielding Facility at the Atomic Energy Commission's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. A reactor of the swimming pool type is suspended between the towers, which are about 323 feet high, and is operated remotely from an underground control room. The facility is used as a research tool, simulating an aircraft in flight so that radiation shielding studies can be carried out



The Atomic Energy Commission's Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Title:
The Atomic Energy Commission's Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The plant has one purpose-the production of enriched uranium 235 for national defense and peaceful applications. The large U-shaped building at right is K-25, the original plant. The plant, which covers 600 acres, is operated for Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation


American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Atoms in Agriculture. The important role of radioactive materials in improving the world's food supplies is graphically illustrated in the American Museum of Atomic Energy. The free museum is operated for the US Energy Research and Development Administration by Oak Ridge Associated Universities



Oak Ridge High School
Title:
Oak Ridge High School
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
A modern building to accommodate 1,500 pupils from the families working on one frontier of modern science, "The Atomic City," Tennessee's fifth largest, grew in a few months from the fields and forests


View of Process Buildings
Title:
View of Process Buildings
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
City of the Atomic Bomb



Main A.E.C. Administration Building
Title:
Main A.E.C. Administration Building
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb


Earth's Energy Resources
Title:
Earth's Energy Resources
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Exploring the Earth's Energy Resources foom at the American Museum of Science and Energy, Oak Ridge, TN, visitors strike "Oil: A Slick Story"...a live demonstration that focuses on the world's petroleum resources. The museum is operated for the US Department of Energy by Science Applications, Inc. Free admission



American Museum of Science and Energy
Title:
American Museum of Science and Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Entering the lobby of the American Museum of Science and Energy, Oak Ridge, TN. Professor Energy (museum mascot) beckons visitors to play, discover and experience the energy story...a self-guided tour uniquely beginning with the Oak Ridge story. Free admission. The museum is operated for the US Department of Energy by Science Applications, Inc


Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
One of three large US Department of Energy facilities at Oak Ridge, Tenn., 20 miles west of Knoxville, is Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Known as the X-10 Plant when Oak Ridge was built during World War II, it was site of the world's first full-scale nuclear reactor. ORNL earned a reputation for excellence in development of nuclear reactor technology and a pioneer program for production of radioisotopes, widely used in medicine, agriculture, industry, and research



A Typical View of a Residential Area
Title:
A Typical View of a Residential Area
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
City of the Atomic Bomb


American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies operates a major exhibits program for the US Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy, on unclassfied phases of the Commission's research and development activities Colourpicture



Tower Shielding Facility
Title:
Tower Shielding Facility
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1962 Jun-24

Description:
Oak Ridge, Tennessee This is the Tower Shielding Facility at the Atomic Energy Commission's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. A reactor of the swimming pool type is suspended between the towers, which are about 323 feet high, and is operated remotely from an underground control room. The facility is used as a research tool simulating an aircraft in flight so that radiation shielding studies can be carried out


Aerial View of Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Aerial View of Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission



Oak Ridge National Laboratory - ORACLE
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory - ORACLE
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The Oak Ridge Automatic Computer and Logical Engine is an electronic "information machine." During an eight-hour day, the ORACLE will do roughly 100 man-years of computing


Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Reactor
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Reactor
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The reactor of the Tower Shielding Facility is housed in a pool of water which serves as a shield. Constructed in 1954 as a research facility to perform massive shielding experiments high in the air, this reactor is the only one of its type throughout the country today



Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Remote equipment permits safe handling of radioisotopes at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Stored behind concrete barriers, the radioisotopes are packaged remotely and shipped to industrial and research organizations throughout the world


Three forms of uranium concentrate
Title:
Three forms of uranium concentrate
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The yellow uranium oxide looks like pollen and the brown oxide resembles instant coffee. The beautiful shade of aquamarine is uranium tetraflouride



The American Museum of Science and Energy
Title:
The American Museum of Science and Energy
Oak RIdge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Atoms and Atom Smashers... truly a hair raising experience. Free admission. The museum is operated for the U.S. Department of Energy by Science Applications, Inc


The American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
The American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The American Museum of Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, iw the only one of its kind in the world. It tells the story of Atomic Energy in words everyone can understand Koppel



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Mechanical hands in the American Museum of Atomic Energy demonstrate how scientists "handle" highly radioactive substances. Operator at left pours chemical solution into flask at right center


Clinton Engineer Works
Title:
Clinton Engineer Works
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
The City of the Atomic Bomb Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge government reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw materials is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings Curteich-Chicago



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A model of the core of the Shippingport, Pennsylvania power reactor towers above the American Museum of Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. More than 120,000 visitors a year tour the Museum to see exhibits and demonstrations on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. Admission is free Southern Post Card Co


American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies operates a major exhibits program for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy, on unclassified phases of the Commission's research and development activities Southern Post Card Co



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge associated universities operates a major exhibits program for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy, on unclassified phases of the Commission's research and development activities


American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies operates a major exhibits program for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy, on unclassified phases of the Commission's research and development activities Southern Post Card Co



Van de Graff Generator at the American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
Van de Graff Generator at the American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge associated universities operates a major exhibits program for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy, on unclassified phases of the Commission's research and development activities Southern Post Card Co


Highly-Efficient Manipulators - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Highly-Efficient Manipulators - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Randy Still permit personnel...to work behind shielded glass and concrete while handling radioactive materials. Experienced operators can maneuver these "slaves" with great proficiency. Photo by Randy Still Southern Post Card Co



Night View of City
Title:
Night View of City
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Oak Ridge, the "Atomic City" is situated in picturesque East Tennessee. The beautiful Cumberland Mountains are part of a series of ridges and valleys which lace the Oak Ridge area. Created in 1943 during the Manhattan Project, Oak Ridge today is a modern progressive city Southern Post Card Co


Residential Section of Oak Ridge
Title:
Residential Section of Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of the atomic bomb



Oak Ridge Research Reactor Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge Research Reactor Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1965 May-10

Description:
Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission


Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Highly-efficient manipulators permit personnel at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to work behind shielded glass and concrete while handling radioactive materials. Experienced operators can maneuver these "slaves" with great proficiency



Oak Ridge Research Reactor - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge Research Reactor - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM Jul-14

Description:
OAK RIDGE RESEARCH REACTOR OAK RIDGE NATINAL LABORATORY Operated by Union Carbide Corporation For the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission


Weaver's Restaurant
Title:
Weaver's Restaurant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Country Ham, Steaks, Chops, Sea Food, Chicken, Delicious Home Cooked Vegetables. Modest prices. Easy Parking. Photo by Glenn Durham



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The new $4,500,000 American Museum of Atomic Energy features demonstrations, films, and lively visitor-operated exhibits. The free Museum is operated for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration of Oak Ridge Associated Universities


Bull Run Steam Plant
Title:
Bull Run Steam Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
One of two large steam plants producing electricity from coal for consumption by Oak Ridge



Interior - American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
Interior - American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior View American Museum of Atomic Energy Oak Ridge, Tennessee One aspect of the Oak Ridge Museum worth particular mention is the overall excellence of the display. In terms of content, color, animation and scale, they are among the best in the country


Oak Ridge, Tenessee
Title:
Oak Ridge, Tenessee
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Three forms of uranium concentrate. The yellow uranium oxide looks like pollen and the brownoxide resembles instant coffee. The beautiful shade of aquamarine is uranium tetrafluoride



Cancer Research Center
Title:
Cancer Research Center
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
CANCER RESEARCH CENTER Oak Ridge, Tenn. Color by Roy Tuley


Cancer Research Center
Title:
Cancer Research Center
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P13709 Cancer Research Center. Oak Ridge, Tenn



American Museum of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome

Description:
Kid Power. Two young visitors to the new American museum of Atomic Energy generate electricity to operate household appliances by pedaling a tandem bicycle connected to a generator. The free Museum is operated for the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration by Oak Ridge Associated Universities


Elmo Bumpy Torus, A Fusion Experiment
Title:
Elmo Bumpy Torus, A Fusion Experiment
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 164313 Elmo Bumpy Torus, A Fusion Experiment Oak Ridge National Laboratory Operated by Union Carbide Cooperation for U.S. Department of Energy



Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for U.S. Department of Energy


American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P65453 A model of the core of the Shipping port, Pennsylvania, Power reactor towers above the American Museum of Atomic Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. More than 120,000 visitors a year tour the Museum to see exhibits and demonstrations on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. Admission is free



Oak Ridge
Title:
Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series P97876 Highly-efficient manipulators permit personnel at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to work behind shielded glass and concrete while handling radioactive materials. Experienced operators can maneuver thesr “salves” with great proficiency


American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Oak ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series W-140 The story of atomic energy is interestingly told by the use of mechanical analogies, panels, mock-ups and movies in the American Museum of atomic energy. The museum is operated for the Atomic Energy commission by the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies. Hours are from 9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. on weekdays and from 12:30 to 6:30 P. M. on Sundays. Admission is 50¢ for adults and free for children under 12.



Interior View Of American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Title:
Interior View Of American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
One aspect of the Oak Ridge Museum worth particular mention is the overall excellence of the display. In terms of content, color, animation and scale, they are among the best in the country.


Oak Ridge High School
Title:
Oak Ridge High School
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1946 Sep-10

Description:
Business District in Background. ?City of the Atomic Bomb?



Air View Of Jackson Square
Title:
Air View Of Jackson Square
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Army Administration Building in Background. ?City of the Atomic Bomb?


American Museum Of Science And Energy
Title:
American Museum Of Science And Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
One of the world's largest energy exhibitions, the American Museum of Science and Energy is located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Operated by Analysas Corporation for the Department of Energy, the museum features 200 interactive exhibits on energy forms and their uses. Free admission. Opens daily.



Oak Ridge
Title:
Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Highly-efficient manipulators permit personnel at Oak Ridge national Laboratory to work behind shielded glass and concrete while handling radioactive materials. Experienced operators can maneuver these "slaves" with great proficiency.


American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Title:
American Museum Of Atomic Energy
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Through the Information and Exhibits Division, the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies operates a major exhibits program for the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission devoted to telling the public the story of the peaceful application of atomic energy. on unclassified phases of the Commission's research and development activities.



Oak Ridge
Title:
Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Highly efficient manipulators permit personnel of Oak Ridge National Laboratory to work behind shielded glass and concrete while handling radioactive materials; with great proficiency


HFIR Spent Fuel Elements Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
HFIR Spent Fuel Elements Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission



Atomic Energy Commissions Y-12 Plant
Title:
Atomic Energy Commissions Y-12 Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
is a sprawling complex of about 170 buildings. Y-12 was built during World War II to produce enriched uranium 235 by the electromagnetic method and the first production building began operation January 27, 1944. Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the Atomic Energy COmmission


Greetings from The Atomic City
Title:
Greetings from The Atomic City
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Top View: A model Atomic Power Plant in the American Museum of Atomic Energy. The Museum is open 9:30 to 5:00 on weekdays, 12:30 to 6:30 on Sundays. Bottom View: The American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge, Tenn., is the only one of its kind in the world - its tells the story of Atomic Energy in displays and words with a guided tour that everyone can understand



Oak Ridge High School
Title:
Oak Ridge High School
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1959 Aug-11

Description:
A modern building to accommodate 1,500 pupils from the families working on one frontier of modern science. "The Atomic City", Tennessee's fifth largest, grew in a few months from the fields and the forests


Holiday Inn
Title:
Holiday Inn
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1971 Sep-16

Description:
State Highway 62, West, 420 S. Illinois Avenue. This beautiful Holiday Inn welcomes outstanding men of science and medicine to Oak Ridge, "The Atomic Headquarters of the World", "The Eden of the Atom". Tel. 483-4370 - AC: 615



View of Power House in one of the Process Areas
Title:
View of Power House in one of the Process Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
City of thr atomic bomb


Transuranium Processing Plant Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Title:
Transuranium Processing Plant Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated by Union Carbide Corporation for the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission



View Of One Of The Processing Areas
Title:
View Of One Of The Processing Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
Series W-135 "City of the Automic Bomb"


Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Title:
Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome unused

Description:
The plant has one purpose the production of enriched uranium 235 for national defense and peaceful applications. The large U-shaped building at right is K-25, the original plant. The plant, which covers about 600 acres, is operated for Atomic Energy Commission by Union Carbide Corporation.



National Laboratory
Title:
National Laboratory
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Chrome PM 1968 Sep-18

Description:
This is the Atomic Energy Commission's largest research center, and is devoting much of its effort to the development of nuclear reactors which will produce economical electric power. The Laboratory is operated by the Atomic Energy commission by Union Carbide Corporation.


View Of One Of The Processing Areas
Title:
View Of One Of The Processing Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

Description:
"City of the Atomic Bomb".



The City Of The Atomic Bomb
Title:
The City Of The Atomic Bomb
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1948 Sep-14

Description:
One of the process Plants at Clinton Engineer Works Oak ridge, Tenn. Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge Government Reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings.


A View Of One Of The Processing Areas
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A View Of One Of The Processing Areas
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

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Located 18 miles west of Knoxville, grew from nothing to the fifth largest city in Tennessee during World War II with a population of nearly 75,000. Now, one of America's historic cities, it will ever remain associated with the greatest secret project of World War II. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge Government Reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings.



View Of Jackson Square
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View Of Jackson Square
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

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Jackson Square is the main shopping center at Oak Ridge. The Oak Ridge High School is shown in the foreground and the main Administration Building in the background. The Clinton Engineer Works, of which Oak Ridge is a part, covers a huge government reservation of 59,000 acres. The plants, where raw material is separated by different methods, include more than 425 buildings.


Greetings From Oak Ridge
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Greetings From Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb.



Steam Power Plant
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Steam Power Plant
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen PM 1950

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee Birthplace of the Automic Bomb.


Residential Section Of Oak Ridge
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Residential Section Of Oak Ridge
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb.



Main A.E.C. Administration Building
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Main A.E.C. Administration Building
Oak Ridge Tennessee (TN), Linen unused

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Birthplace of the Atomic Bomb




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