Atomic Veterans records, 1940-2013

This collection has:

10.55 cubic ft., 2 digital objects

Sandra Kane Marlow (1932- ) fought for government acknowledgement and compensation of United States veterans that participated in atmospheric and underwater nuclear weapons tests and nuclear cleanup from 1945 until the Nuclear Test Ban in 1962. She helped organize a small group in the New England Area called The Center for Atomic Radiation Studies (CARS), and organized seminars at various universities, provided informational assistance to veterans and their families, and made the US public aware of "nuclear victims." She has worked with investigative reporters on nuclear issues since 1977.

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