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    Signed by Neil Armstrong and four other moonwalkers

    NASA Astronauts Signed Book: For All Mankind by Harry Hurt III. (New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1988). First edition, "...the story of the greatest adventure in human history- the voyage to the moon." Signed on facing blank front endpapers by nine in various inks: "Alan Bean/ Apollo 12", "Neil Armstrong", "Joe Engle", "Richard Gordon/ Apollo XII", "James Lovell", "Walt Cunningham", "Gene Cernan", "Alan Shepard", and "Charlie Duke". This represents five moonwalkers and two others who flew to the moon. 352 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's hard binding and dust jacket. There is room for additional signatures to be added. Fine.

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    May, 2014
    14th Wednesday
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