Maude Brown Collection
The Maude Brown Collection, 2004, contains one letter written by Brown to relatives after they sent her a book about Oak Ridge during World War II. The letter includes memories of obtaining clearance for Top Security, and her job with the United States Engineer Department.
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The Maude Brown Collection, 2004, contains a letter written by Maude Brown to relatives who gave her a book about Oak Ridge during World War II. The letter describes some of Brown's remembrances of life in Oak Ridge during World War II.
Maude (Betty) Brown was born in Nebraska and lived in Peace River, Alberta, Canada. After receiving a degree from the University of Alberta (Edmonton), she taught school for one year and then had secretarial training in order to work on the Alcan Highway project in Oak Ridge. She worked for Monsanto Chemical Company and retired in the 1970's.
Collection consists of a single folder.
This collection was donated to Special Collections by Bruce J. Brown in July, 2004.