Los Alamos Rolodex: Doing Business with the National Lab 1967–1978

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In 2012, the Center for Land Use Interpretation acquired a set of seven rolodexes from the dispersed collection of former Los Alamos National Laboratory employee Ed Grothus, who operated a salvage company of lab cast-offs known as The Black Hole. The rolodexes contain many thousands of business cards kept by some unknown office in the lab over the 1960s and 1970s — the peak of the arms race and its technological development. This book presents 150 cards, in an oblong-bound book to simulate flipping through a rolodex.
2015, hardcover, paper-over-board, 4¼"x6¾",160 pages, 150 color illustrations.
$17.95

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