7 edition of Gatekeeper to Los Alamos found in the catalog.
April 2003 by Los Alamos Historical Society Publications .
Written in English
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[Nancy Cook Steeper] -- Dorothy Ann Scarritt was born 12 December in Kansas City, Missouri. Her parents were William Chick Scarritt and Frances Virginia Davis.
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With an exquisite combination of tact, intelligence, loyalty, hospitality, humor and motherly warmth, she served as "gatekeeper to Los Alamos." Throughout her life she maintained many close friendships with those she helped orient "to the Hill." More than twenty Los Alamos couples were married in her house on Old Santa Fe Trail.
Known as the Gatekeeper of Los Alamos, and later the First Lady of Los Alamos, Dorothy McKibbin worked as the secretary at the East Palace office where those destined for Author: Eric Grundhauser. Biographer, Nancy Cook Steeper in Dorothy Scarritt McKibbin: Gatekeeper to Los Alamos, says that not even Dorothy knew details of the project, though over time, the bits and pieces that she came into contact with began to give her the picture of what was being developed.
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She checked in the many scientists who came through Santa Fe on their way to work on the development of the atomic bomb, issuing. Lab mailing address Los Alamos National Laboratory P.O.
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She came to be known as "the gatekeeper to Los Alamos", and the "first lady of Los Alamos", Before she left work each night, she had to burn every scrap of paper produced during the day. McKibbin was on call 24 hours a day, and Oppenheimer would often phone her in the middle of the night.
Frequently her house was overrun by : Dorothy Scarritt, DecemKansas City. The book avoids becoming mired in the science of the endeavor, focusing instead on the humanity of those involved in this history-altering epic, especially as seen through the eyes of Dorothy, gatekeeper and concierge for thousands of scientists and others going "up the hill" to work in secret at Los Alamos/5().
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I already had the book, " East Palace, Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos," by Jennet Conant, granddaughter of James B. Conant, who along with Oppenheimer opposed the. Nancy presented him with an inscribed copy of Gatekeeper to Los Alamos, and with my book still unfinished at the time, I gave him a copy of Pat Burns’ In the Shadow of Los Alamos.
He asked me to inscribe that one to him as well, and I wrote, —“To Dr. Philip Morrison, in the spirit of our shared memories of Los Alamos, with gratitude.”.
You didn’t get into the Manhattan Project without meeting Dorothy McKibben, a widow with attitude who was the “gatekeeper” at Los Alamos, holding court in a little office known as Palace. On this fact, whittled down to human scale, Jennet Conant (whose grandfather was an administrator of the Project) hangs her history of the intimate.
Joseph Kanon is the internationally bestselling author of eight novels, which have been published in twenty-four languages, including: Los Alamos, which won the Edgar Award for best first novel, The Good German, which was made into a film starring George Clooney and Cate Blanchett, The Prodigal Spy, Alibi, which earned Kanon the Hammett Award of the International Association of Crime /5(19).
From the bestselling author of Tuxedo Park, the fascinating story of the 3, people who lived together in near confinement for more than two intense and conflicted years under J. Robert Oppenheimer and the world's best scientists to produce the Atomic Bomb and win World War were told as little as possible.
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