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Elmo Morgan: Physical Planning and Management: Los Alamos, University of Utah, University of California, and AID, 1942-1976

Interviewee(s):
Morgan, Elmo
Interviewer(s):
LaBerge, Germaine
Title:
Elmo Morgan: Physical Planning and Management: Los Alamos, University of Utah, University of California, and AID, 1942-1976
Abstract:
Childhood on Idaho farm, Mormon family background; engineering degree, Utah Agricultural College; building living quarters and technical buildings for Project Y, Manhattan District, 1942-1946; Atomic Energy Commission in Los Alamos, 1947-1951; vice president for Commerce, Industry, and Labor, University of Utah, 1951-1957; vice president, University of California, 1960-1970: legislative relations, budgets, physical planning and construction, building techniques, management techniques; consulting for AID [Agency for International Development], Water for Peace, and UC Abroad; facilities management at UC Berkeley, 1974-1976; volunteering for Boy Scouts and UC Botanical Garden.
Subject area(s):
Science, Technology, and Health
Education, University of California
Interview date(s):
1991
Project:
Education and University of California - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11248447
Rights:
Morgan, Elmo. "Elmo Morgan: Physical Planning and Management: Los Alamos, University of Utah, University of California, and AID, 1942-1976." Interview by Germaine LaBerge in 1991. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1992.