Georgia Strickfaden Presents Talk At History On Tap

Roger Rasmussen, left, came to Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory in 1944 and spoke of witnessing the first test at Trinity Site. He attended Thursday nights History On Tap at Unquarked the Wine Room in Central Park Square. Los Alamos historian Georgia Strickfaden, center, presented a talk about Los Alamos’ unique history and discussed why people are coming here to hear the story’. LACDC Marketing Manager Ryn Herrmann is at right. Photo by KayLinda Crawford/ladailypost.com

Georgia Strickfaden, center left, owns Atomic City Tours and is a self -described story teller. She was the featured speaker at Thursdays History On Tap at Unquarked the Wine Room in Central Park Square. Strickfaden told the group that she believes her story telling abilities started when she was first penning a letter to a far away pen pal and couldn’t decide what to write, when her mother suggested she tell her pen pal the story of the unique town she was living in … thus giving birth to her engaging story telling talents. Photo by KayLinda Crawford/ladailypost.com

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