Periodical and Newspaper Articles about Oak Ridge

 

PERIODICAL AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

 

These articles are located in the Oak Ridge Room vertical files under Oak Ridge – Magazine Articles

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1942-1945, 1946-1948, 1949-1951, 1952-1955, 1956-1967, 1969-1985, 1986-1995, 1996-1999, 2000- 2005, 2006-2008, 2009-Present


Davis
, L. (1942, October 18). Evacuation area residents all ready to leave ‘If it will help to win this war’. Knoxville News Sentinel,
      p. A1+
Fajardo, R. (1943, December 6). Report asks price ‘adjustment’: committee demands land settlements in area of Clinton. Knoxville Journal, p. 1+
_____. (1945, August 7). New secret city of 75,000 built to make atomic bomb. Cleveland Plain Dealer, p. 5.
Yarbrough, W. (1945, August 12). Oak Ridge America’s secret city. Knoxville News Sentinel, section C, p. 1, 7.
Yakimchick, T. (1945, August 12). Special credit due ‘pioneers’ who saw CEW grow from hotel-room office to state’s fifth city. Knoxville News Sentinel, p. C-5.
____. (1945, August 7). Oak Ridge, city of atom bomb, makes history. New York Herald Tribune.
_____. (1945, August 14). ‘Splo’ confiscated at Ridge gates. Knoxville News Sentinel.
_____. (1945, August 20). The Manhattan Project. Reprinted from Time & Life.
_____. (1945, August 20). Atomic age. Time, v 46 (8), p. 29-36.
_____. (1945, September). Atom town. The Architectural Forum, p. 7-9.
_____. (1945, September). Birthplace of the atomic bomb. Architectural Record, v 98, p. 10-13. 
Gehman, R. (1945, September). The Oak Ridge Journal. Newspaperman, p. 6.
_____. (1945, September 7). CEW reduction still to leave thousands employed. Knoxville Journal, p. 1+.

Yarbrough, W. (1945, September 9). Oak Ridgers display keen interest in books on south, its people, history. Knoxville News Sentinel.
Edwards, E. (1945, September 15). “City of the Atomic Bomb” has library. Library Journal, v 70, p. 812.
Lang, D. (1945, September 29). The atomic city. New Yorker, v 21, p. 46-51. 
_____. (l945, October). Atom City. The Architectural Forum, p. 102-116.
Edwards, E. (1945, October). Books on the bomb site. Wilson Library Bulletin, v 20, p. 142-145.
Laurence, W. L. (1945, September 9 - October 9). Story of the atomic bomb. Series of articles reprinted from The New York  
     Times.
De Vore, R. (1945, October 13). The man who made Manhattan. Colliers, v 116, p. 12-13+.
Miller, M. (1945, October 26). GI atom detail. Yank, v 4 (19), p. 2-5.
_____. (1945, October 27). The city that atoms built. Business Week, p. 21-28. 
Marshall, J. (1945, November 10). How we kept the atomic bomb secret. Saturday Evening Post, p. 14-15+.
Falstein, L. (1945, November 12). Oak Ridge: secret city. New Republic, v 113, p. 635-637.
Falstein, L. (1945, November 26). The men who made the A-bomb. New Republic, v 113, p. 707-709.
Rockwell, T. (1945, December 1). Frontier life among the atom splitters. Saturday Evening Post, v 218, p. 28-48.
Wende, E. A. (l945, December 13). Building a city from scratch. Engineering News-Record, p. 149-152.
_____. (l945, December 13). Construction for atomic bomb production facilities. Reprinted from Engineering News Record, p. 
     112-156.

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Waters, Enoc P. (1946, January 5). Negroes live in modern ‘Hoovervilles’ at atom city. The Chicago Defender, p. 1+.
Recktenwald, L.N. (l946, January 26). Guidance and personnel services in a war industry community. School and Society, v 63
     (1622), p. 70-71.
Lowrie, J. (l946, February). Library : nerve center of the school. Wilson Library Bulletin, v 20, p. 426-427.
Nash, W. & Persechini , O. L. (1946, February). First 1000 days. Monsanto Magazine, v 25 (1), p. 4-12.
Robbins, J. D. & Jarrell, T. R. (1946, February). Recreation in America’s secret city. Recreation, v 39, p. 576-614.
Lang, D. (1946, February 2). Career at Y-12. New Yorker, v 21, p. 46-54.
Ogden, W. (1946, April). Oak Ridge photographer, Popular Photography, v. 18, p. 72-73+.

Ogden, W. (1946, April 14). The A-bomb’s home. New York Times Magazine, p. 16.
Rittenhouse, M. (1946, April). The Oak Ridge welfare service. Tennessee Public Welfare Record, v 9 (4), p. 2-6+.
_____. (1946, April 8). Yak-Ac. Time, v 47, p. 52.
Seyfert, W. C. (1946, June). Youth in the atomic age. The School Review, v 54 (6), p. 319-320.
Ogden, W. (1946, June 2). The Ridge kids vs. the atom. New York Times Magazine. p. 24-25.
_____. (1946, August). Taylor instrument. Fortune, v 34, p. 88-95+.
_____. (1946, August 3). Oak Ridge – “reconverted”. Business Week, p. 19-21.  
_____. (1946, August 5). Oak Ridge : life where the bomb begins. Newsweek, v 28, p. 32-34.
_____. (1946, September). Atom’s children. The American Magazine, p. 141.
Wickware, F. S. (1946, September 9). Oak Ridge. Life, v 21, p. 2+.
_____. (1946, September 13). NLRB election rule in atom bomb plants. U.S. News and World Report, v 21, p. 46.
Kennedy, P. E. (1946, October). Youth, hope, and the atomic paradox. National Education Association Journal, v 35, p. 392-
     393.
_____. (1946, October 28). Spreading the know-how. Time, v 48, p. 65+.
Farnham, C. B. (1946, December). Inside the atom city. Popular Mechanics, v 86, p. 131+.
_____. (1947, January 18). Contract gains, layoffs spur Oak Ridge unions. Business Week, p. 100.
Stimson, H. L. (1947, February). The decision to use the atomic bomb. Reprinted from Harper’s Magazine.
Crowther, B. (1947, February 21). Atomic bomb film starts at Capitol; ‘Beginning or the End,’ metro study of historic weapon,
      has Donlevy as Groves. The New York Times
Chambliss, D. (l947, May). The Youth Council is educational. The Clearing House, v 21 (9), p. 543-544.
Fulkerson, L. (l947, May). The Youth Council at work. The Clearing House, v 21 (9), p. 542-543.
Kennedy, P. E. (1947, May). An “in-school-civic” experience. The Clearing House, v 21 (9), p. 540-541.
Shallat, S. (1947, May 3). Atom smashers at play. Saturday Evening Post, v 219, p. 12.
Jones, S. (1947, June 21). Reds in our atom-bomb plants. Liberty, p. 15+.
Phillips, C. (1947, November 13). Oak Ridge ponders its clouded future. New York Times Magazine, p. 12-13+.
_____. (1948, January 12). Atom strikes danger. Newsweek, v 31, p. 21-22.
Christiansen, P. K. (1948, February). Oak Ridge art project. School Arts, v 47, p. 206-207.
Baird, R. C. (1948, March). An experience in living together. The Tennessee Teacher, p. 20-21.
_____. (1948, April). How Oak Ridge street program grew. American City, v 63, p. 102-103.
Gehman, R. B. (1948, July 5). Oak Ridge witch hunt. New Republic, v 119, p. 12-14.
Taylor, H. J. (1948, August). Industrial super-marvels behind the atom bomb. Readers Digest, v 53, p. 19-24.
_____. (1948, November 8). The Oak Ridger. Newsweek, v 32, p. 58.
Redding, N. & Christiansen, P. K. (l948, November 15). Co-operative cataloging : new style. Library Journal, v 73, p. 1646-1648.
_____. (1948, December 18). Atomic cities’ boom. Business Week, p. 65-66+.

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Weinberg, A. M. (1949, March 11). Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Science, v 109, p. 245-248.
_____. (1949, March 6). New housing projects for Oak Ridge : 286 duplex units to be built for Negro families. Knoxville News-
     Sentinel, p. 1.
Ogden, W. (1949, March 6). Oak Ridge primps as opening time nears. Knoxville News Sentinel.
Woolsey, B. (1949, March 13). Oak Ridge breaks its shell. Nashville Tennessean Magazine, p. 5-12.
Waldrep, R. (1949, May 1). Gosh, I used lots of books. Library Journal, v 74, p. 708-710+.
_____. (1949, June 11). Oak Ridge test. Business Week, p. 103-104.
Obermayer, H. (1949, September). Oak Ridge. Travel, p. 18-20+.
_____. (1949, November 5). Housing in Oak Ridge greater threat than bomb. Science News Letter, v 56, p. 297.
Blum, B. M. & Elkin, W. F. (1949, December). The relation of housing to the incidence of meningococcic disease in an outbreak
     in Oak Ridge, Tenn. American Journal of Public Health, v 39, p. 1571-1577.
Lania, L. (1950, January). Real secret of Oak Ridge. U.N. World, v 4, p. 17-19.
_____. (1950, February 27). Hot factory. Time, v 55, p. 65.
Sims, E. & Kirkland, D. (1950, April). Make way for the big top. Recreation, v 44, p. 18-19.
Amrine, M. (1950, July). Atomic air wardens’ first workout. Popular Science, v 157, p. 96-101.
____. (1950, August). The Southern at Oak Ridge. Ties, v 4, (8), p. 4-8.
Johnson, B. (1950, October). The Oak Ridge Public Library : its first six years. Tennessee Librarian, v 3, p. 13-15. 
Carter, H. (1950, November). Tennessee. Holiday, v 8, p. 34-51+.
Wood, E., Brice, M. & Bain, E. (1950, November). Materials bureau : teachers’ baby. Wilson Library Bulletin, v 25, p. 242-244.
Stroud, H. J. & Brumback, C. L. (1950, November). A dental health program for your community.
American Journal of Public
     Health, v 40, p. 1423-1427.
Geer, D. (1951, January). Oak Ridge : a World War II new town. Journal of the American Institute of Architects, p. 16-20.
Moore, L. (1951, January). Democratic local government in the AEC communities. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, v 7 (1), p.
     19- 22.
_____. (1951, January 1). Atomic progress. Life, v 30, p. 22-35.
_____. (1951, March). Culture & grass take root in Oak Ridge. The News Letter for the American Symphony Orchestra League,
     p. 7-8.
St. John, W. F. (1951, April 29). Oak Ridge girl. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine, p. 6-8.
Sanderson, G. A. (l951, June). America's No. 1 defense community : Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Progressive Architecture, p. 63-84.

_____ (1951, June 18). Religion: atomic deacon. Time, p. 88-89.
Kitzes, E. & Knox, H. (l951, September 9). Classes in glass. Nashville Tennessean Magazine, p. 32-34.
_____. (1951, September). Municipal incorporation urged for two “Atom Towns”. The American City ,v 66, p. 139.
_____. (1951, September). Urge private ownership as policy in AEC town. Architectural Record, v 110, p. 13.
_____. (1951, October 1). Dream in glass. Newsweek, v 38, p. 46.
Millstein, G. (1951, November 25). No atomic jitters in the atomic capital. New York Times Magazine, p. 22+.
_____. (1951, December). Oak Ridge on wheels. National Education Association Journal, v 40, p. 606.

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Larson, C. (1952, January). Facsimile system for reference service. Wilson Library Bulletin, v 26, p. 394-395.
Myers, R. F. (1952, January). A low-level temperature sounding system for routine use. Bulletin of the American Meteorological
     Society, v 33 (1), p. 7-12.
_____. (1952, January 7). Lessons from Oak Ridge. Time, v 59, p. 59-61.
_____. (1952, January-February). Research equipment: AEC declassifies details of uranium-graphite reactor to speed training.
     The Journal of Southern Research, p. 26.
Capehart, B. E., Hodges, A. & Berdan, N. (1952, February). An objective evaluation of a core program. School Review, p. 84-89.
_____. (1952, March 31). Atomic music. Newsweek, v 39, p. 79.
_____. (1952, March 31). Atom overture. Time, v 59, p. 50.
Kirkland, D. O. (1952, April). Special events improved. Recreation, p. 30-1.
Kitzes, E. & Knox, H. (1952, April 13). Citizen Sophie. The Nashville Tennessean Magazine.
_____. (1952, July 7). Old Bremsstrahlung U. Newsweek, v 40, p. 76-77.
Seeber, C. (1952, September). From acorns to atoms. The Antioch Review, v 12, p. 363-380.
_____. (1953, January 7). An atomic scientist is ordained. Christian Century, v 70, p. 5-6.
Pollard, W. G. (1953, October 23). Fifth annual Oak Ridge summer symposium. Science, v 118, p. 479-480.
Lang, D. (1953, October 31). An A-house, with garden. New Yorker, p. 63-68.
Waldrep, R. (1954, May 15). “3D” teaching. Library Journal, v 79, p. 925-929.
Sutton, H. (1954, June 12). Gone fission. Saturday Review, p. 34-35.
Glass, B. (1954, August 20). Genetic recombination. Science, v 120, p. 290-291.
Cebrat, A. (1954, September 1). Author’s centennial celebration revolves around school library. Library Journal, v 79, p.
     1469-1470.
_____. (1955, January 29). Commerce moves in. Business Week, p. 76.
Lear, J. (l955, January 21). Now-an atomic drugstore. Colliers, v 21, p. 26-29.
Elliott, J. (1955, February 3). Report on Oak Ridge plans to desegregate schools under AEC order. The Nashville Banner, p. 15.
Kitzes, E. (1955, March). Mlle readers in Oak Ridge. Mademoiselle, p. 138-139+.
White, C. W. (l955, May). We visited “The Atomic City”. Better Homes and Gardens.
_____. (1955, July 4). Atomic glow for UN show. Life.
Larson, C. E. (1955, August). The atom in the Rotary. The Rotarian, p. 20-21.
_____. (1955, September 24). Main Street comes to Oak Ridge. Business Week.

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Charpie, R. (1956, January 21). Atomic energy and peace in our time. Presbyterian Life, p. 14-15+.
Hoffman, J. (1956, January 21). Robert A. Charpie, Atom-Tamer. Presbyterian Life, p. 12-13+.  
McCorkle, H. (1956, January 21). Cradle of the A-bomb-harbinger of peace. Presbyterian Life, p. 8-11+.
Adamson, J. (1956, November 1). Oak Ridge dreams of the future. Library Journal, v 81, p. 2516-2517.
Bryan, G. (1956, December 26). Youth at Oak Ridge. The Christian Century, p. 1515-1516.
_____. (1957, October 24). Oak Ridge employs thousands from county. The Harriman Record, p. E1.
Dickinson, R. (1958, January). Special libraries in Oak Ridge. Reprint from Tennessee Librarian, v 10 (2).
West, B. (1958, August). Protons and people. (Dedication of Oak Ridge Municipal Building). Tennessee Town and City, p. 13-17.
Adamson, J. (1958, October). Normalcy and hope : the Oak Ridge Public Library’s future. Tennessee Librarian, v 11 (1), p. 9-10.
_____. (1959, February 7). Oak Ridge residents expected to add fifth biggest city to state this year. Knoxville News Sentinel.
Bird, J. (1959, March 21). The atom town wants to be free. Saturday Evening Post, v 231, p. 34-35+.
_____. (1959, April 18). AEC yields a bit to Democrats, will push gas-cooled reactor. Business Week, p. 38.
Fleming, K. (1959, August 9). Can the city of Oak Ridge survive on its own? Atlanta Journal & Constitution Magazine, p. 6-7+.
Rush, J. (1960, July 2). Prometheus in Tennessee. Saturday Review, v 43, p. 10-11+.
_____. (1960, July 16). Behind the first A-bomb. Saturday Evening Post, p. 17+.
Pennington, C. (l960, December 11). Oak Ridge a vibrant young city. The Chattanooga Times, p. 26+.  
_____. (1961, June). Oak Ridge tourist mecca. The Tennessee Conservationist, p. 8-9+.
Barnwell, K. (l961, November 19). The A-bomb scientist who became a priest. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine,
     p. 6-7+.
_____. (1962, April). Tourist attractions at Oak Ridge. Friends.
_____. (1964, March 16). Space and the atom. Newsweek, v 63, p. 68.
_____. (1964, April 17). How FDR slipped funds for A-bomb through Congress. Knoxville Journal.
_____. (1965, June 23). Oak Ridge searches for its future. Business Week, p. 77-78.
Whitman, A. (1965, July 25). Atom city comes of age. Chicago Tribune Magazine, p. 18-20.
Yarbrough, W. (1965, August 1). Oak Ridge will always be part of A-bomb anniversaries. Knoxville News Sentinel, p. F3+.
Wals, J. (1965, November 12). Oak Ridge: twenty years after, diversification IS the goal. Science, v 150, p. 863-865.
Walsh, J. (1965, November 26). Oak Ridge National Laboratory : aim is change along with growth. Science, v 150, p. 1133-1136.
Bissell, A. K. (1967). A reminiscence of Oak Ridge. East Tennessee Historical Society’s Publications (39), p. 71-86.
_____. (1967, October). The city tells its story : turned on teenagers. The American City, p. 164-7.
Henderson, J. (l967, November 5). Community at Oak Ridge remains an isolated culture. Tulsa World, Section 1, Part Two.
Henderson, J. (1967, November 8). New science frontiers costly. Tulsa World.
Henderson, J. (1967, November 9?). Atomic scientists improve flu vaccine. Tulsa World.
Henderson, J. (1967, November 10?). Scientist calls atom creature of politics. Tulsa World.

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Thornton, C. (1969, April 17). A Cumberland incongruity. The Commercial Appeal Mid-South Magazine, p. 32+.
_____ (1969, October 20). Where are they now? : the atomic cities. Newsweek, p. 20.
Young, G. (1973, June). Whatever happened to TVA? National Geographic, v 143, p. 830-863.
Jackson, C. O. & Johnson, C. W. (1973, Fall). Summer of ‘44: observations of life in the Oak Ridge community. Tennessee
     Historical Quarterly, v 32 (3), p. 233-248.
Love, L. (l973, October 26). Electromagnetic separation of isotopes at Oak Ridge. Science, v 182, p. 343-352.
Farney, D. (1974, April). Ominous problem : what to do with radioactive waste. Smithsonian, p. 20-27.
West, M. (1974, Summer). Oak Ridge : the atomic city. Tennessee Valley Perspective, p. 14-20.
_____. (1975, January 20). Tale of three cities : boom, boom, boom. Newsweek, p. 58-59.
_____. (1975, January 24). Greetings from Holifield National Laboratory. Science, v 187 (4173), p. 240.
_____. (1976, February 6). Goodbye Holifield, hello Oak Ridge. Science, v 191 (4226), p. 449.
Teich, A. (1976, December). The redirection of a national laboratory. Minerva, v 14 (4), p. 447-474.
Jackson, C. O. & Johnson, C. W. (l977, February). The urbane frontier : The army and the community of Oak Ridge, Tennessee,
     1942-1947. Military Affairs, p. 8-14.
Adamson, J. (1979, Winter). From bulletin to broadside. Tennessee Historical Quarterly, p. 479-493.
Lunsford, C. (l980, Holiday). Oak Ridge energy. Knoxville Lifestyle, p. 49-50+.
Senn, D. (1980, November). Oak Ridge : the atomic city grows up. Cumberland, p. 90-96.
_____. (1981, February). Oak Ridge. Engineering, Science and Technology News, p. 25-38.
Howard, L. (1981, August). TEC : striving for a safe energy picture. Knoxville Lifestyle, p. 15-17.
Conklin, C. (1981, September). Oak Ridge : surviving outside the Federal fold. Knoxville Lifestyle, p. 50-57.
Howard, L. (1981, November). Jack Brennan’s business is “cleaning up.” Knoxville Lifestyle, p. 42-44.
Riordan, P. (1982, August 8). An Oak Ridge boy comes of age. Miami Herald, p. 1J.
Slavin, E. (1983, January 5). How Union Carbide goofed, spilled 50 tons of mercury. Appalachian Observer, p. 2.
Orrison, L. (1983, February). Legionella oakridgensis: unusual new species isolated from cooling tower water. Applied and
     Environmental Microbiology, v 45, no. 2, p. 536-54
5.
Marshall, E. (1983, July 8). The “lost” mercury at Oak Ridge. Science, v 221, p. 130-132.
Sweetser, S. (1983, July-August). Precipices perspective. Knoxville Lifestyle, p. 44.
_____. (1983, August). Step back to 1943 Oak Ridge. Southern Living, v 18, p. 46-47.
Marshall, E. (1983, November 18). House report blasts DOE on Oak Ridge pollution. Science, v 222, p. 824-825. 
_____. (1984). Martin Marietta becomes manager of energy giant at Oak Ridge. Today Martin Marietta, (2), p. 1-4.
Blackerby, M. (1984, April). Marietta magic makes them number one. City Times, v 5, p. 14-16+.
Snell, A. H. (1985, March). Exciting years! Nuclear Science and Engineering, v 90, p. 358-366.
Thomas, L. (1985, May 5). ABCs of Oak Ridge housing. The Knoxville News Sentinel, p. H1.
Munger, F. (l985, July 14). After 40 years, a new direction? The Knoxville News Sentinel, p. E1.
Goldman, P. (1985, July 29). Zero hour : forty years of the atomic age. Newsweek, p. 28-50. 
Hiestand, E. (1985, August 4). Atom city. The Boston Globe Magazine, p. 10+.
Pearce, J. E. (1985, August 4). The city the bomb built. Courier-Journal Magazine, p. 4-10.
Seaborg, G. (1985, December). Premonitions after the bombs. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, p. 31-33.
Weinberg, A. (1985, December). The sanctification of Hiroshima. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, p. 34.

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Larimer, C. (1986, Summer). He always gets his patron. Tennessee Librarian, p. 11-13.
_____. (1988, May). Construction underway on mall in Oak Ridge. The Crown American, p. 20.
Pauley, D. (1988, November 14). A boom in nuclear warheads. Newsweek, p. 92.
_____. (1989, Spring). Crown American acquires Oak Ridge Center. The Crown American, p. 4.
Elmer-DeWitt, P. & Paul, S. (1989, November 13). Tritium puzzle. Time, p. 75.
Menna, C. (1989, Winter). Oak Ridge, Tennessee; a community rooted in science and dedicated to the future. The Crown
     American, p. 6-8.
_____. (1990, December). Oak Ridge defines the atom. Southern Living, v 25 (12), p. 16. 
Jefferson, J. (1991, January 7). Report from atom city. Newsweek, v 117 (1), p. 9.
Wing, S. & Shy, C. M. (1991, March 20). Mortality among workers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Journal of American Medical
     Association, v 265 (11), p. 1397-1402.
Howe, G. (1991, March 20). Risk of cancer in populations living near nuclear facilities. Journal of American Medical  
     Association, v 265 (11), p. 1438-1439.
Jablon, S. (1991, March 20). Cancer in populations living near nuclear facilities. Journal of American Medical Association, v 265
     (11) p. 1403-1408.
Hendee, W. (1991, March 20). There’s no free lunch : the benefits and risks of technologies. Journal of American Medical
     Association, v 265 (11) p. 1437-1438.
_____. (1991, August 8). Radioactive frogs. Nature, v 352 (6335), p. 464.
West, C. (1991). An overview of the planned advanced neutron-source facility. Physica B, v 174, p. 430-437.
_____. (1992, March). Sick and tired. Environment, v 34 (2), p. 21.
Thompson, D. (1992, May 11). Living happily near a nuclear trash heap. Time, v 139 (19), p. 53-54.
_____. (1992, Summer). Glow in the dark menagerie. Environmental Action, v 24 (2), p. 10.
Searcy, J. (1992, August 9). The secret sharers. Philadelphia Inquirer, p. 10+.
Rada, J. (l992, September). Atomic city turns 50. Southern Living, v 27 (9), p. 36.
Searcy, J. (1992, September 27). The secret city. Knoxville News Sentinel, p. F1+.
Goldberg, S. (1992, December). Groves takes the reins. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, p. 32-39.  
Infield, T. (1993, March 19). In middle of nowhere, they built the bomb. Philadelphia Inquirer, p. A1+.
Norris, R. S. & Arkin, W. M. (1993, January-February). Uranium glut. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, v 49 (1), p. 56.
_____. (1993, August 16). Elected Officials Caucus installs new president. JET, v 84 (16), p. 26.
Norris, R. S. & Arkin, W. M. (1993, September). More warheads check out. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists v 49 (7), p. 56.
Abelson, P. (1993, September 17). A multipurpose national laboratory. Science, v 261, p. 1503.
Herzenberg, C. & Howes, R. (l993, November-December). Women of the Manhattan Project. Technology Review, v 96 (8), p.
     32+.
_____. (1993, December). How many nuclear physicists does it take…. The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, v 49 (10), p. 5.
Stone, R. (1993, December 24). Scientists study ‘Cold War' fallout. Science, v 262 (5142), p. 1968.
Pasternak, D. (1994, January 24). Who decides what’s safe? U. S. News & World Report, v 116 (3), p. 52.
Pasternak, D. & Cary, P. (1994, January 24). Department of horrors. U. S. News & World Report, v 116 (3), p. 47.
Snider, A. (1994, March-April). A high level of criminal radioactivity. Mother Jones, v 19 (2), p. 16.
Kiernan, V. (l994, October 15). Uranium drums sound alarm for nuclear store. New Scientist, v 144 (1947), p. 11.
Mangano, J. J. (1994, November 3). Cancer mortality near Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The International Journal of Health Services,
         24 (3), p. 521-533.
_____. (1994, December 1). Atomic energy : uranium leak found at Tennessee lab. Facts on File, v 54 (2818), p. 895.
_____. (1994, December 3). Kazakhs trade uranium for aid. New Scientist, v 144 (1954), p. 8.
_____. (1995, January). Nuclear terror. The Progressive, v 59 (1), p. 11-12.
Lippsett, L. (1995, Spring-Summer). The Manhattan Project : Columbia's wartime secret. Columbia College Today, v 22 (2), p.
     18+.

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Topolnicki, D. M. (1996, January). 100 top schools in towns you can afford. Money, v 25 (1), p. 108-114.
Morton, L. & Wimer, J. (1996, September-October). Guaranteed graduates. Expansion Management, p. 67-68+.
Weinberg, A. (1997). The bell and the bomb. Cosmos Journal.
_____. (l997, April - December). Series of articles regarding investigations of mysterious illnesses near Oak Ridge and other
    DOE sites. The Nashville Tennessean.
_____. (1997, August 25). Tennessee : Oak Ridge. USA Today, p. 7A.
Adamson, J. (l997, Fall). The SED in Oak Ridge, 1943-1946 : Using a secret newsletter by a secret Army detachment to learn
     more about a secret city in Tennessee. Tennessee Historical Quarterly, p. 196-211.
Lawler, A. (l998, April 3). DOE panel slams reactor management. Science, v 280, p. 29.
Lundegaard, K. (1998, May 6). Feds look to clean up sites without cleaning out jobs. The Wall Street Journal, p. S1, S4.
Deutsch, C. H. (1998, May 20). Nuclear arms to plowshares. The New York Times, v 147 (51163), p. D1+.
Paine, A. (l998, June 1). Costly sinkholes eroding land. The Nashville Tennessean, p. A1+.
Fumento, M. (l998, November 12). A newspaper invents a nuclear health scare. The Wall Street Journal, p. A30.
Walker, H. (l998, November 19). Sick story : Tennessean takes on water with nuke plant stories. The Nashville Scene.
Walker, H. (l998, November 26). Stick a fork in it. The Nashville Scene.
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Prince, R. P. & Stanley, A. M. (2000). What does "K-25" stand for? : deciphering the origins of the Manhattan Project code
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Hunter, E. (2006). “I worked at Oak Ridge”: an early narrative of life in the secret city. The Journal of East Tennessee History, 78,
     p. 73-83.
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     production. Anthropological Quarterly, p. 39-64.
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_____. (2007, December). Melton Hill Lake a muskie fishing destination. Blue Ridge Country, p. 16-17.
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_____. (2008, March). Field reports : Tennessee take a walk on the wild side. The Rotarian, p. 23-24.
Dougherty, C. (2008, April 25). Rising property taxes fill gaps, pinch homeowners. The Wall Street Journal, p. A4.
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     News Sentinel, p. A1+.
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Walsh, M. (2009, May). Iowa-born, Soviet-trained. Smithsonian, p. 40-47.
Weiner, I. (2009, July). Displacement and re-placement : the international friendship bell as a translocative technology of
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Brown, F. (2010, March 22). Weekend warrior. Knoxville News Sentinel, p. A1+
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     tons of government silver in its drive to make the world’s first atomic bomb. American Scientist, p. 40+.
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     leaks sink great ships.’” Trailer Life, p. 114.
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