— ERNEST ORLANDO LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY ARCHIVES AND RECORDS OFFICE PROVENANCE STAMP Accession Number: ‘ File Code Number: -S EF GOT a f g ~f-al / DivislowDepartmenyGroupLC PACHfsS Series vishalMdnataps EXPLAIVENTS Box Number: Sf 3 Folder Title: . AOI AVEOS Sopech _ v LZ vo 402501 LAWRENCE BERKELEY LABORATORY Bldg.: 69 Room: 104F-(B) Ext.: 4645 July 18, 1994 MEMORANDUM - TO: Lori Hefner FROM: Trina Baker SUBJECT: Marshall Island Reference andInitial Records Survey I began by reviewing For the Records--A History of the Nuclear Test Personnel Review for search terms. That list of search terms is enclosed. Primarily, creating the list consisted of separating tests in New Mexico (land tests) from those in the Pacific Proving Ground. The search then moved to a review of the search completed by Dennis Copeland related to fallout. Items of note: 1. Notes from a phone interview with Wade Patterson of EH&S _ have a list of personnel at Plumbbob (Hardtack), a New Mexicotest, but among the names were those of Carl Lindenkin, identified as also being at Redwing, and Boyd Thompson "in Health Physics; was also at anothertest in Pacific, in 1952." 2. From an Archives and Records Department box,a list of personnel at Operation Crossroads from the University of California that includes identi i f 1 s. This included Dr. John Lawrence and Dr. Joseph Hamilton. 3. The divisions reviewed by Dennis Copeland included Administration, includes the Director's Office; Engineering; Nuclear Science; and Physics, including Research Medicine and Radiation Biophysics. Onthe whole, he identified pages, rather than boxes of materials that were related to Nuclear Testing and Fallout. However,it is unclear whether or not he included engineering records related to the development of experimental equipment. His survey was completed in 1991. Since then significant numbers of additional LBL employees have retired and contributed records to the Archives and Records Office Collection.