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"Your Stake in the Atom," the Atomic Energy Commission's traveling exhibit, at the Westgate Shopping Center, April 1962

"Your Stake in the Atom," the Atomic Energy Commission's traveling exhibit, at the Westgate Shopping Center, April 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1962
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EXHIBITION OPENS: Ann Arbor residents view a display in the "Your Stake in the Atom" exhibition, which opened yesterday in Westgate shopping center. At the far right is City Administrator Guy C. Larcom jr. The show runs through next Tuesday.

Burns Park sixth grade class visits the University's atomic reactor, May 1957

Burns Park sixth grade class visits the University's atomic reactor, May 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 4, 1957
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CLASS VISITS REACTOR: The first visit to the University's atomic reactor made by a school group came yesterday when the Burns Park sixth graders taught by Mrs. Betty Melhuish toured the building.

Four-ton box containing radioactive cobalt arrives at the U-M Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on North Campus, July 1955

Four-ton box containing radioactive cobalt arrives at the U-M Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on North Campus, July 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 11, 1955
Caption
RADIOACTIVE COBALT ARRIVES AT U-M: This four-ton cylindrical lead box contains the first shipment of radioactive cobalt to arrive at the University's Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on North Campus, where research on the peaceful uses of atomic energy will be carried out. Handling the material here is Ardath H. Emmons (left), U-M associate radiological safety officer, and Charles Hopp, operator of the power lift. (Story on page 13.)

Model Atomic Reactor at Mack School, April 1957

Model Atomic Reactor at Mack School, April 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1957
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MODEL ATOMIC REACTOR: Teacher Mark L. Harris of Mack School shows how slightly radioactive material (in bottle) makes a Geiger counter react as three pupils (left to right) look on. They are Blondeen Munson, Jim Gould and Andy Beierwaltes. A model of an atomic reactor is on the table. The reactor is part of an open house display at 7 p.m. today at Mack School for parents and other public. The display covers all subjects taught at the school. The Mack School PTO will convene after the open house.

The Atom Gun

The Atom Gun image
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February
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1938
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