National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
F. J. Troy worked for the United States Engineer District Office.
Nageley worked at the 100-F Area at Hanford during the Manhattan Project.
Clarice Davis worked for the J.A. Jones Construction Company.
Elmer began working with the Manhattan Project in 1941. He was one of the first people to arrive at Oak Ridge and experienced first-hand some of the difficulties there with cyclotrons and isotope separation.