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Marguerite Schreiber

WifeLos Alamos, NM

Manhattan Project VeteranSpouse to Manhattan Project Worker

Marguerite Schreiber was born in Walla Walla, WA. She was raised in McMinnville, OR, and graduated from Linfield College with a degree in French. She came to Los Alamos with her husband, physicist Raemer Schreiber, in 1943. The Schreibers remained in New Mexico after the war. In 2007, she was recognized as a Living Treasure of Los Alamos.

Marguerite Schreiber's Timeline
1933 Married Raemer Schreiber.
1943 Came to Los Alamos with her husband, Raemer Schreiber.
2007 Recognized as a Living Treasure of Los Alamos.
2008 Feb 20th Died in Los Alamos, NM at the age of 97.

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