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Minnesota native Roger Hultgren worked for the DuPont Company as a chemist during the early 1940s, initally assigned to the Jolliet, Illinois munitions plans. In the spring of 1944, he was transferred to Hanford to work on the Manhattan Project, where he worked in plutonium production at the T Plant. After the war, he continued to work and live in Hanford.

Roger Hultgren's Timeline
1920 Born.
1944 Transferred to Hanford.

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