Suzanne Martyl Langsdorf was born in 1945 to her parents, American physicist Alexander Langsdorf and artist Martyl Langsdorf. She grew up in Chicago and the surrounding areas. Suzanne married Gene Hasha in 1974, and they had one son together, Alexander E. Hasha.
ChildChicago, ILListen to Suzanne Langsdorf's Oral History on Voices of the Manhattan Project
William T. Kelley
William T. Kelley was drafted in 1942 into the Army and was assigned to the Corps of Engineers’ Manhattan District as part of the counterintelligence element of the project.
Joseph H. Heartberg
Joseph H. Heartberg was a security guard at the University of Chicago’s Metallurgical Laboratory (“Met Lab”) during the Manhattan Project.
Lulu L. Slaughter
Lulu Slaughter was a laboratory assistant at the Metallurgical Laboratory in Chicago during the Manhattan Project.