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Arthur L. Watmough

Electrical Engineer Deepwater, NJ

Manhattan Project Veteran
Arthur Watmough

Arthur Watmough was an electrical engineer working for the DuPont Chamberworks Company in New Jersey from 1941 to 1947. Watmough was an assistant to the superintendent of electrical maintenance. His primary responsibilities were maintaining plant utlities such as the compressed air lines, electrical transmission, gas, water, and steam piping.  

A certificate verifying Arthur Watmough's service to the Manhattan Project from US Secretary of War Henry Stimson

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