Heritage Series: Fred Ribe
Fred Ribe, a member of the Physics division at the Laboratory, was the first person to sign the petition protesting Oppenheimer's treatment by the Atomic Energy Commission and was the spokesperson for everyone at the Laboratory who supported Oppenheimer.
Heritage Series: The First 25 Years
Norris Bradbury, the second director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, shares his experiences during the first 25 years of the Manhattan Project. Recorded in 1971, he describes Oppenheimer and other project staff, what daily life was like in Los Alamos, the objective for the Lab's first 25 years, and his hope for the next 25 years.
Heritage Series: Harold Agnew
Harold Agnew, a physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and later became the third director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, shares his experiences in a Heritage Series presentation. Includes a brief introduction from the ninth director of LANL, Michael Anastasio.
Heritage Series: Priscilla Duffield
Priscilla Duffield, J. Robert Oppenheimer's secretary during the Manhattan Project, shares her experiences at Los Alamos in a Heritage Series presentation with John Hopkins. See the preview (4:48).
Heritage Series: Tinian - Little Boy and Fat Man
Preparations for dropping the first atomic weapons occured at Tinian in the Marianas Islands. This film shows preparation and loading of both Little Boy and Fat Man as well as the return of the Enola Gay from her mission.
Heritage Series: The Complete Bradner Films
In 1943, Hugh Bradner moved to Los Alamos for the Manhattan Project. He shot a collection of home movies of life in a place that officially didn't exist. His footage represents the only look at life in Los Alamos during that time.