Charlton C. Barth
Technician 5th GradeLos Alamos, NM
Donald Ames joined the Manhattan Project as a G.I. at the University of Chicago in 1943. Ames worked under Nobel Prize chemist Glenn Seaborg at the Metallurgical Laboratory, where he helped determine the chemical properties of plutonium and developed a rapid method for measuring the radium concentration in solutions.
Charles Maier was a security guard at the University of Chicago’s Metallurgical Laboratory (“Met Lab”) during the Manhattan Project.