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Beth Olds was a secretary at the University of Chicago Met Lab and at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

After the war, she became executive secretary for the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists and the Atomic Scientists of Chicago, publishers of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. She later became an activist for the environment and farmworkers’ rights.

Beth Olds's Timeline
19421945 Worked as a secretary at the University of Chicago Met Lab and Oak Ridge during the Manhattan Project.
19451947 Served as executive secretary for the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists and Atomic Scientists of Chicago.
2001 Oct 24th Died in New York, New York.

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