Shelter supplies in Omaha, Nebraska’s Roberts Dairy Company’s personnel fallout shelter were stocked by the company. Bessie Van Deusen, an executive secretary, examines water containers for 36 employees. The shelter was ventilated and lighted by an emergency generator, May 17-20, 1968.
Emergency Drinking Water in a Fallout Shelter, 1968
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