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Photo: P-496 (Manhattan Project Lapel Pin)

   

 

This is a photo of a Lapel Pin that was awarded to the participants of the Manhattan Project.  The centerpiece of the pin is a large letter "A" with the word "BOMB" centered between the legs of the "A".  The upper part of the pin contains the words "Manhattan Project" and the lower part contains the familiar symbol of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.  The pin was issued in two versions: bronze and silver.  The bronze was issued to individuals with under 1 year of service to the Project and the silver issued to those with over 1 year of service.  This photo is courtesy of David M. Dowling.

 

 

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