Jillian Gardner-Andrews, project coordinator with the Hanford History Project, looks on as Alex Cuello from Mission Support Alliance, moves containers filled with artifacts. Thousands of Hanford artifacts are being moved into Richland where they can be put on public display. See a video at tricityherald.com/video.
Jillian Gardner-Andrews, project coordinator with the Hanford History Project, looks on as Alex Cuello from Mission Support Alliance, moves containers filled with artifacts. Thousands of Hanford artifacts are being moved into Richland where they can be put on public display. See a video at tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Jillian Gardner-Andrews, project coordinator with the Hanford History Project, looks on as Alex Cuello from Mission Support Alliance, moves containers filled with artifacts. Thousands of Hanford artifacts are being moved into Richland where they can be put on public display. See a video at tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Years of Hanford history moving to Richland facility

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