NASA Directors personal Apollo 11 & 7 Collection of Moon, Rocket Photos, Autographs, Records, Moon photo Prints and Space program concept Art. It is believed the Moon to Earth photo autographs are by Autopen. I'm told the Astronauts were too busy to sign items that were handed out even to department directors so their secretary's either signed them or they were done by an Autopen machine.
Special features of this collection. From the private estate of James Sloan, Director of Integration and Checkout. (plus other jobs he did with the government and NASA during his long career).
2 Larger than normal full color photo of Earth rise over Moon surface measuring 20 high x nearly 16 wide. 3 Large full color photo of the Apollo 7 rocket mid-flight measuring 20" high x nearly 16" wide. 4 Moon Autographs has Michael Collins signature positioned on the Earth, Neil Armstrong's to the left on the Moon surface and.5 Very special to have Edwin E. Aldrins full formal name signed. Rather than his nickname Buzz.
(it is to the right on the Moon). TO THE MOON box set of 6 two-sided vinyl records detailing the moon. Including the hardbound TO THE MOON book. This box set is heavy = 6 lbs on its own. Size color printed pictures of actual events on the moon of the Apollo 11 mission.
8 Single apx 20" x 16" " Man on the Moon" print # 69-HC-683 from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Ne dozen large color art prints, (apx 20" x 16") of the space program as conceptualized by these famous artists. Nicholas Solovioff, Billy Morrow Jackson, Hugh Laidman, Fred Freeman, Mitchell Jamieson (2), George A. Weymouth, Lamar Dodd, Paul Calle, Franklin McMahon, James Wyeth, Peter Hurd.These were all participating artists in the late 1960's "Eyewitness to Space" program as organized by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in collaboration with the National Gallery of Art. Condition: Items #2 & 3 above were displayed in glass front frames. The frames themselves were thin wood and are not included.
The surface to the color photo's shows some age as color print film of that era is now over 50 years old. Expect some small specks, crazing and crackling. Please study ALL photos as they are part of this items description. If you want other photos please message me. The TO THE MOON record box shows scuff marks.The corners of some of the prints inside show minor curling or bowing. One for the large photos & prints and one with the records/book memorabilia.
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