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    Neil Armstrong and General James Doolittle Signed Photo. A 10" x 8" B&W glossy photo of the two standing together next to a sign announcing the 50th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh's historic non-stop flight across the Atlantic. The first man on the moon and the WWII ace were co-chairmen of the Charles A. Lindbergh Memorial Fund Committee formed to support the work of young scientists, explorers, and conservationists. They held a banquet at the Waldorf Astoria on May 20, 1977, to celebrate the event with Anne Morrow Lindbergh in attendance. It is signed "Neil Armstrong" in black ink on the wide bottom margin and "J. H. Doolittle" in blue ink on the photo. Not a commonly-seen pairing. Excellent.

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    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
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