Leinberger worked in the 200 W Area at Hanford during the Manhattan Project.
E. F. Leinberger
Project StaffT-Plant/200 Areas
Herbert M. Parker
Herbert M. Parker (1910-1984) was a British-American medical physicist. He worked at Chicago, Oak Ridge, and Hanford during the Manhattan Project, and is perhaps best known for inventing the rep (a precursor of the rad) and helping develop the rem to measure radiation dosage.
Mark W. Luckett
Mark W. Luckett worked for the Fercleve Corporation at the S-50 Thermal Diffusion Plant at Oak Ridge in 1945.