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 Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago Illinois

 

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Museum of Science and Industry is an AWE facility from 1946-1953 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

Portions of the East Pavilion of the Museum of Science and Industry were used by employees of the Metallurgical Laboratory and the Argonne National Laboratory. Although the facility was primarily used as office space, it is believed that radioactive materials were handled at this facility and that a spill of radioactive material may have taken place near the service elevator on the ground floor.

 

DOE

DOE's Legacy Management has a webpage for Museum of Science and Industry.

 

NIOSH

 NIOSH provides dose reconstruction statistics for Museum of Science and Industry.

Others

  • Wikipedia has a webpage on Museum of Science and Industry.
  • The Wall Street Journal Waste Land series provides additional information on Museum of Science and Industry.
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