AW. Atomic West
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Albert A. Bartlett, emeritus professor of the Department of Physics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has been an active participant in numerous civic and campus organizations. The collection contains personal files and records related to his service as an officer or active member of boards, commissions and committees.
The Colorado Peace Network is a branch of the American Friends Association that was created for support and networking for the organization’s projects. The collection contains the branch’s collected reports, press releases, information on other peace-related organizations, and news clippings from 1984 to 1990.
The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that encourages peace with justice, as their “practical expression of faith in action”. The AFSC is the service arm of their religious organization and the service organization branches into a wide array of social and international causes. The Colorado Area Program specifically worked with the Rocky Flats Project, and the group aimed to educate and organize community support for nuclear disarmament.
Donated by the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Reading Room contains 210 linear feet of publications regarding Rocky Flats plant.
Subject files, publications, correspondence, and activity files on Colorado Freeze Voter, a Boulder-based, mid-1980s anti-nuclear organization which sought to organize voters against Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Facility, and nuclear weapons production and deployment. Also included are files on the "Great Peace March" of 1986, Boulder Bilateral Nuclear Freeze Campaign, and the Encirclement of Rocky Flats.
The C.U. World Citizens papers cover the years 1977-1990. These papers reflect group activities and issues of concern to its members. The files include articles, newspaper clippings, brochures, newsletters and publications. The collection's strength lies in the group scrapbooks which document general group activities and the Model U.N. program.
Edward A. Martell was a prominent scientist at NCAR and a well known researcher and critic of the environmental hazards posed by the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant. The Martell Papers consist of Dr. Martell’s scientific files from the National Center for Atmospheric Research 1962-95. The collection contains personal files and subject files.
This collection contains documents gathered by the CU Boulder Libraries Government Information Library related to Rocky Flats, the nuclear weapons facility, and Rocky Mountain Arsenal, a chemical weapons production facility.
James Stone, an engineer at Rocky Flats, was on the Rocky Flats Cleanup Commission, and a longtime collector on Rocky Flats material. He kept many of the RRCC records, as well as records from his False Claims Act case against the DOE.
The Lawrence S. Myers Collection contains the papers of Lawrence Myers, who graduated from the US Navy Japanese Language School, which was located at the University of Colorado in Boulder from 1942-1946. The collection contains materials related to his WWII service and later professional life.
The LeRoy Moore Papers contains papers, correspondence and research on health risks and the cleanup of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Power Plant, ranging from 1977 to 2017. Other documents include personal writings and articles written by Moore.
The Linda Keir papers are concerned with Hanford, Washington's nuclear production plant and its effects on the region and its residents. There is extensive activist and government material regarding Hanford and other nuclear/pollution issues across the U.S. and abroad. Numerous scientific articles, mostly on the health effects of radiation, are included.
The Lynn Boughton papers consist of the court appeals records, loose papers, transcripts, letters, reports, schedules, and data, correspondence, and newspaper clippings of Lynn Boughton pertaining to the Cotter Uranium plant. Mr. Boughton was chemist and chief chemist at the Cotter plant from 1958 to 1979. In 1984 he was diagnosed with radiation induced lymphoma cancer and passed away on April 19, 2001.
Mary Hey (1949- ) is a social activist, attorney, political aide and artist in Boulder, Colorado. Educated at the University of Colorado, Ms. Hey was active in the anti-Rocky Flats movement, the Boulder-Dushanbe Sister Cities Project, and Democratic Party politics in Boulder. Contains the Boulder Meeting of Friends Peace Secretary Program files 1982-1987, and materials concerning Boulder Sister Cities Program, disarmament, nuclear freeze, peace, and Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant.
The Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers Union (OCAW) administration was comprised of a national headquarters and various regional district offices. Records contain negotiation files, contract material, grievance cases, publicity material, correspondence, organizing files and plant closure files. They also contain health and safety files and documents related to hazardous working conditions.
The Robert Godfrey collection contains papers, correspondence, films, drafts, course materials, publications and photographs on mountaineering, environmentalism and local political issues. Over his career, 1968 to 1988, Godfrey was a staff member of the Outward Bound Mountain School in Colorado, an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado and a documentary filmmaker.