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E. G. Banwell

Project StaffResearch & Development/300 Area

Hanford, WA
Manhattan Project VeteranProject Worker/Staff
The 300 Area at Hanford, WA today

Banwell worked at the 300 Area at Hanford during the Manhattan Project. 

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