Aerial View Of K-25

This aerial photograph depicts K-25 and the surrounding area. K-25 was one of the uranium enrichment facilities at Oak Ridge that produced uranium for the Manhattan Project. K-25 was horseshoe shaped and covered an area of 44-acres. In the upper part of the photograph can be seen "Happy Valley," which was the residential area where construction workers and plant laborers lived.

Aerial View of K-25

Subject

Manhattan Project (U.S.)

Creator

Records of the Atomic Energy Commission, Record Group 326

Source

Formerly Classified Correspondence Files, 1942-1947

Date

1944-1946

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Still Image

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 1518690

Coverage

Oak Ridge (Tenn.)

Original Format

Photographic Print 8" x 10"
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