If you are looking for the 1940-1945 United States effort* to construct a working atomic bomb, "the Manhattan Project," try The National Atomic Museum and Introduction: The Manhattan Project: A New and Secret World of Human Experimentation.
My Manhattan Project A book of maps
Snow Emergency Streets
City Council Districts
Public Schools & Districts
Zip Codes and Post Offices
Remaining Two-Way Streets
Unwired Residential Cable Areas
Ports, Terminals & Stations
Average Family ncome by Zip Code
Bridge & Tunnel Traffic
Bridge, Chess & Other Games
Community Board Districts
Museums in Expansion
U.S. Congressional Districts
State Senatorial Districts
State Assembly Districts
Affiliation of Voters by Assembly District
Where to Donate Clothing and Other Items
Armories and their Uses
I would like this book of
Manhattan Maps to be a guide to the comings and goings of this dynamic
city. It will show and describe services for, by and to New Yorkers as
well as the enduring geo-physical, cultural, technological, commercial,
educational, historical and social organizations, battlegrounds and institutions.
It will be particularly interesting to correlate such issues as spcific
locations with demographics. ie. A map showing school locations and districts
and describing student population. Fire houses could be related to statistics
and location of hazardous materials. Police to crime and special needs.
Roads to transportation patterns. Hospitals to health statistics.
* My mother was one of the "leak-testers" on the Manhattan Project.