Do you have a personal story or memory of K-25 that you would like to share? The Center for Oak Ridge Oral History (COROH) was established to collect, archive and make available to the public the oral histories of the Oak Ridge scientific and technical community and area residents. By doing so, these memories will preserve the history of Oak Ridge and tell the story of its tremendous contributions to the region, nation and the world.

Those who visit the K-25 Virtual Museum and wish to provide an oral history are invited to arrange an interview through COROH. For more information, please contact:

The Center for Oak Ridge Oral History
Oak Ridge Public Library
1401 Oak Ridge Turnpike
(865) 425-3455