The CREHST museum is seeking photos of "alphabet" houses taken in the '40s and '50s for an upcoming exhibit.
It will focus on the government houses built for early Hanford nuclear reservation workers and named by letters of the alphabet. The exhibit will include mock-ups of typical rooms in the houses, which also were furnished by the government.
Historic photos will be used for a "now and then" display with photographer Dave Erb taking photos of houses as they look now to display with old photos.
Bring photos to CREHST at 95 Lee Blvd., Richland, to be scanned. Call 943-9000 for more information.