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RG1P_4B_0523.jpg
"1 photograph; 20.7 x 25.3 cm.
Maintenance superintendent for G.E. at front smiling to the back, other man (Earl Richmond) sitting and smiling on the left. Text on back reads: ""Bill Ouedeck 12/2/46 @podium; maintenance super for G.E.; He was…

RG1P_4B_0516.jpg
"1 photograph; 12.2 x 18.2 cm.
D.H. Lauder, first G.E. Manager 1946. Text on front of image reads: ""William (Bill) Milton administrator G.E. 1946"". Text on back of image reads: ""Robley L. Johnson Studio 911 Geo Washington Way Richland,…

RG1P_4B_0515.jpg
"1 photograph; 12.8 x 18.3 cm.
William (Bill) Milton Administrator G.E. 1946. Text on front of image: ""Earl Richmond Community Manager G.E. 1946"". Text on back of image: ""Earl Richmond Community Manager for G.E.; Robley L. Johnson Studio 911 Geo.…

RG1P_4B_0514.jpg
"1 photograph; 12.7 x 18.2 cm.
Earl Richmond, community manager G.E. 1946. Text on back of image reads: ""Robley L. Johnson Studio 900 Geo. Washington Way Richland, Washington""."

RG1P_4B_0511.jpg
"1 photograph; 12.1 x 18.1 cm.
Col. Frederick Clark on left and Bill Milton right with fake giant keys in hand. Text on back of image reads: ""General Electric Photography Unit Hanford Atomic Products Operation Request No. 13903-3."""

RG1P_4B_0507.jpg
"1 photograph; 20.7 x 25.5 cm.
Man by the name of Bob Thomas drawing a G.E. Logo on table with shading set to the side of him. Text on front of image reads: ""Bob Thomas""."

RG1P_4B_0506.jpg
"1 photograph; 20.9 x 25.4 cm.
Two logos on desk and a paper in one hand and pencil in other. Man's name is Burt Leslie. Text on front of image reads: ""Burt Leslie""."

RG1P_4B_0503.jpg
"1 photograph; 19.3 x 26.9 cm.
Man, Floyd Harrow, balancing with one hand and touching rod with another. Text on the back reads: ""General Electric Photography Operation Hanford Atomic Products Operation Request No. 15810-3."""

RG1P_4B_0501.jpg
"1 photograph; 17.3 x 24.5 cm.
Seven people around General Electric logos and names. All men are wearing mustaches and posing with their arms crossed."

Tyler.JPG
An interview with William Tyler conducted as part of the Hanford Oral History Project. The Hanford Oral History Project was sponsored by the Mission Support Alliance and the United States Department of Energy.
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