Friday, November 9, 2018
Starting to look for holiday gifts for a history-loving family member or friend? Be sure to visit AHF’s online store! We sell a variety of Manhattan Project books, documentary films, posters, notecards, and apparel.
New this year is our revised and expanded Guide to the Manhattan Project in Washington State. Colorful and easy-to-read, the guidebook uses photographs and excerpts from AHF’s extensive oral history collection to bring to life the experiences of Hanford, WA area residents before, during, and after World War II. New sections address Native American history, the contributions of African-Americans to the Manhattan Project, Hanford’s environmental legacy, and the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan. You can also purchase guidebooks to Manhattan Project sites in New Mexico, Tennessee, and Manhattan, or buy all of the guidebooks as a set.
Our popular anthology, The Manhattan Project: The Birth of the Atomic Bomb in the Words of Its Creators, Eyewitnesses, and Historians, edited by AHF President Cindy Kelly with an introduction by Richard Rhodes, is also available on the online store.
If you would like a special dedication included in a book, we are happy to oblige for no extra cost. Thanks for your interest and support for our work!