Stanley Stewart was the Contracting Officer at Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project. After the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Stewart wrote, “The security restrictions on our part of the work [at Los Alamos] have been more rigid than than on any other portion of the entire Manhattan Project. Loose talk and speculation, particularly by individuals now or formerly connected with the project, jeopardize the future of the nation and must be controlled.”
Lieutenant Colonel Los Alamos, NM
Lawrence A. Kimpton
Lawrence Kimpton was the Chief Administrative Officer at the University of Chicago Metallurgical Lab, serving there from 1943 to 1945.
Dimas Chavez was a young child when he moved to Los Alamos with his family in August 1943. Chavez’s father, Trinidad, joined the Zia Company at Los Alamos, where he helped construct and maintain the laboratories and facilities there.