Oak Ridge National Laboratory -- History.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection houses correspondence, notes, reprints, and other materials documenting Alexander Hollaender's participation in various symposiums and workshops toward the end of his career. Hollaender's personal files dating from 1950 to 1975 are also included.
This collection consists of photocopied newspaper clippings from 1983 to 1986 detailing mercury loss into East Fork Poplar Creek in Oak Ridge, Tennessee from the Y-12 plant. The clippings include documentation of public controversy and fear surrounding this revealed exposure by the Department of Energy in addition to the subsequent Congressional hearing and later efforts to clean up the environment contaminated by the mercury loss.
This 50-page book documents the first session of the Oak Ridge School of Reactor Technology. Located in Oak Ridge, Tenn., in 1959 with pictures of faculty, faculty information, operation supervisions, information about different countries' energy power, and pictures of students.
The ORNL Biology Division Collection consists primarily of materials documenting the Council for Research Planning in the Biological Sciences and the work of Alexander Hollaender. Hollaender directed ORNL's Biological Division from 1946 to 1966 and is responsible for much of the early research on radiation and mutation.
This collection documents the life and work of Paul Haubenreich. The collections includes some personal material pertaining to Haubenreich's family and religious activities. The collection also contains photographs and papers pertaining to his time working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, mostly about the Large Coil Task/Technology.