National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Keith worked in the 100 F area at Hanford during the Manhattan Project.
J. T. Weills worked for Clinton Laboratories at the X-10 Reactor.
E. L. Forbes worked for the Tennessee Eastman Corporation at the Y-12 Plant.
John Arnold joined the Manhattan Project in 1943 when the MED tasked his employer, the Kellogg Corporation, with developing a special barrier for the gaseous diffusion plant in Oak Ridge.