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Oral History
Mitsugi Moriguchi’s Interview
April 10, 2024
Kelly:  This is wonderful. This is February 20, 2019. I’m Cindy Kelly. I’m in Nagasaki, Japan and I have with me a distinguished guest. I want you to first start by saying and spelling your name. Mitsugi Moriguchi:   My name is Mitsugi Moriguchi. Last year, I visited Hanford. In Hanford, there is an atomic reactor, […]
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Tatsujiro Suzuki’s Interview
Okay. My name is Tatsujiro Suzuki, T-a-t-s-u-j-i-r-o, last name Suzuki, S-u-z-u-k-i. I am a nuclear engineer and I graduated from the University of Tokyo, 1975. And then I went to MIT’s technology and policy program, majoring in nuclear engineering. Since then, I’ve been mostly working on civilian nuclear energy and nonproliferation. That’s my academic field. […]
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Lynn McCardell
April 10, 2023
Cindy: Very simple question to start with, which is to tell me your name and to spell it. Janet:   My name is Janet Lynn McCardell, and it’s J-a-n-e-t L-y-n-n M-c-C-a-r-d-e-l-l. Cindy: Great. And, you should look at me. Janet:   Okay. Cindy: Don’t worry about what, don’t look at the camera. Janet:   All righty. Cindy: What […]
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Tom Foulds’s Interview
June 14, 2019
Trisha Pritikin: Okay. It is January 15th, 2019, and we are in Lynnwood, Washington. I am interviewing Tom Foulds. Tom, would you please spell your name?  Tom Foulds: Yeah. Tom T-o-m, Foulds F as in Frank, o-u-l-d-s. Pritikin: Okay. Thank you very much. Now, Tom I’m going to ask you a set of questions, but feel free to add something […]
Oral History Interviewee
Tom Foulds
Tom Foulds is an attorney who represented plaintiffs, or Downwinders, in the Hanford Nuclear Reservation Litigation.
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Richard Eymann’s Interview
June 11, 2019
Karen Dorn Steele: Our second interview is with Richard Eymann, Spokane attorney and lead trial attorney for the Hanford downwinders. Trisha Pritikin: Okay. We are interviewing Richard Eymann. It is April 29, 2019. We are in Spokane, Washington at the Patsy Clark Mansion. Dick—may I call you Dick? Dick Eymann: Dick or Richard is fine. […]
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Bob Cook’s Interview
June 10, 2019
Karen Dorn Steele: It’s April 29, 2019. Our first interview is with F. Robert Cook, a retired Nuclear Regulatory Commission overseer at Hanford Reservation. First, why don’t you tell us a little bit about your background—where you grew up and something about your early education? Bob Cook: I was born in 1939 in St. Louis City. We lived in […]
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Alexander Klementiev’s Interview
May 29, 2019
Kelly: Today is Wednesday, September 13, 2018. I’m Cindy Kelly, Atomic Heritage Foundation. I have with me Alexander Klementiev. Klementiev: Very good. Kelly: I would like to first start by asking him to say his name and spell it. Klementiev: My name is Alexander Klementiev – K-L-E-M-E-N-T-I-E-V. Kelly: Great. People have highly recommended that we interview […]
Oral History Interviewee
Alexander Klementiev
Alexander Klementiev was born in Moscow in 1942 and grew up in the Soviet Union during the Cold War. As a student, he attended the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, where he studied radio physics and earned his Ph.D. He also served as a research fellow for the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis […]
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Keith Klein’s Interview
May 8, 2019
Cindy Kelly: Okay. I’m Cindy Kelly. I’m in Richland, Washington, and it’s Monday, September 10, 2018. I have with me Keith Klein, and my first question for him is to say his name and spell it. Keith Klein: Keith Klein, K-l-e-i-n. Kelly:  Terrific. Klein:  I passed, huh? Kelly:  Good job. Any rate, I’ve known Keith […]