Early Mound Museum Effort
MOUND MUSEUM LECTURE SERIES SPOTLIGHTS
THE EARLY MOUND MUSEUM EFFORT — The effort to establish and develop a museum which preserved notable physical artifacts and written records of accomplishment at Mound Laboratory and its predecessor, Dayton Project, was initiated twenty years ago. Dr. Don Sullenger was involved with this endeavor from its initiation until family responsibilities in 2012 forced him to largely cease his participation in it. He will present an account of the varied activities he engaged in during that period and some of the results accruing from attempting to bring the public’s attention to Mound’s half century of notable scientific/technical achievement underpinning the nation’s security and technical leadership.
Don B. Sullenger, PhD Biography
Dr. Sullenger holds an AB in Chemistry from the University of Colorado and a
PhD with a Physical Chemistry Major from Cornell University. He worked at
Mound from July 1962 until August 1992.
We invite you to attend the Early Mound Museum Effort, which will occur on Wednesday evening, May 23, 2018, at 7:00 pm at the Mound Cold War Discovery Center, 1075 Mound Road, Miamisburg, Ohio 45342. The Museum is located directly across Mound Road from the historic Adena Indian Mound. For additional details call 937-353-4457. The presentation is free and open to the public and has ample free parking.