Carolyn Stelzman worked at the K-25 Plant in Oak Ridge as an operator and leak-detector. She also lived and raised her children in Oak Ridge.
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William G. Hudgins
William G. (“Bill”) Hudgins spent most of childhood years in New Mexico. He first heard about a secret wartime laboratory at Los Alamos in 1943, when he was a student at the University of New Mexico.
Nicholas Constantine Metropolis was born on June 11th, 1915, in Chicago. In 1936 he received his bachelor’s degree, and in 1941, his doctorate, both from the University of Chicago, and both in experimental physics.