"We sold parts to Behlen in their ag division. And I remember going up there. And they had one of the buildings actually set up inside the display room. They had it painted kind of an iridescent red and it showed – it showed the pictures of it going through the blast and the shock waves. Yeah, I remember that, yeah.
     "It was a great boon for Behlen because it was a curvete building if I recall. And it certainly lended stature to their company. And of course that curvete building was used all over on the farm for machinery storage and grain storage. That was great."

Don Freeman – The Atomic Building


Other Excerpts from Don Freeman’s Interview:

Building a Fallout Shelter
Anti-War Protesters
Swanson's TV Dinners
Green Revolution in Mexico
Bigger & Bigger Equipment
Importance of the Farm Economy
Government Programs
John F. Kennedy
Raising Kids for Export Today