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    Neil Armstrong Typed Letter Signed. An 8" x 10.5" letter on University of Cincinnati letterhead, May 25, 1976, to "Mrs. Yoder's Fourth Grade" at Hartville Elementary School. Text, in full: "Dear Class:/ Thank you for all your letters and good wishes./ I'm pleased to hear of your interest in space./ I know that in your studies you will find answers/ to most of the questions you sent me./ I'm sending the pictures, as many of you requested/ along with my best wishes for success in your/ studies./ Sincerely,/ [signed] Neil Armstrong/ Neil A. Armstrong/ Professor of/ Aerospace Engineering". Staple holes at top and bottom, original mailing folds, some light wear. Overall fine.

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    May, 2014
    14th Wednesday
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