Four men, all dressed in suits and ties, stand on a porch or in a room. Two men face the camera and the other two men gather near a desk where a woman, only partially visible and dressed in a military uniform, is seated. A sign on the desk says,...
Army-Navy "E" Award; Guest House; Interiors; Military personnel; Women's Army Corps
Two men, one holding a broom, are seen behind a spray of water coming out of a hose at an outdoor swimming pool. A commercial area and parking lot are seen in the distance. One business sign, says, "The Oak Terrace."
Grove Center; Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Recreation Department; Oak Terrace; Swimming pools
An aerial view of a large building complex. An outdoor sign near a street identifies the building as "American Museum of Atomic Energy." Smaller buildings are seen beyond trees and two other building complexes are seen in the far right.
American Museum of Atomic Energy; American Museum of Science & Energy; Museums
A girl jumps along a circle on a gymnasium floor while a boy waits behind her. A crowd of adults and children observe from along one wall of the gymnasium, labeled, Glenwood. A young girl holds a sign that says, "Glenwood." Three adult men observe...
Children; Gymnasiums; Interiors; Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Recreation Department; Spectators
A sign in a wood frame that reads, "City Defender A lawyer is now available to represent eligible persons charged with any city offense. If you want representation, tell the judge at the time your case is called."
Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Politics and government, 1960; Signs
A man wearing an identification badge, "W4SUI Jim", points to a generator while a woman observes. A sign on the generator says, "NOVAC Generator for emergency power supply to maintain broadcast facilities in case of power failure."
Civil defense; Exhibitions; Generators; Hobbyists; Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Recreation Department
A boy wearing headphones points a geiger counter to minerals displayed on a table while a girl, a woman and a man observe. A sign on the table reads, "These radioactive materials made the atomic bomb and our Oak Ridge possible."