The Manhattan Project transformed the small agricultural towns of Hanford and White Bluffs, Washington into the world’s first large scale nuclear research and production facilities. It also created a suburban nuclear community in neighboring Richland which remained under government ownership until 1958. Join Robert Franklin, assistant director of the Hanford History Project, who will discuss the legacies of WWII and Cold War nuclear materials production, advancements in science and technology, and the largest nuclear cleanup in history, through material drawn from oral histories with former workers and rarely seen historic photographs.
6:00 pm, doors open 5:30 pm
Members $3, non-members $7
Monday, May 22, 2017 – 6:00pm to 7:00pm