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    Souvenir Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Document signed by seven of the Bock's Car/Enola Gay crew as well as Los Alamos scientist Edward Creutz and includes the rare signature of the chief of the Manhattan Engineer District, Leslie Groves. One page, 4to, 1963. The document is printed "Nuclear Test Ban Treaty" and shows a title, preamble, and five articles; it is between the United States, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It shows the printed signatures of Dean Rusk and John F. Kennedy. The original signatures appear as follows: "Thomas W. Ferebee", "Theodore J. Van Kirk", "Paul W. Tibbets", "Morris R. Jeppson", "Charles W. Sweeney", "Richard Neal", "Jacob Beser", "E. Creutz", and "Leslie R. Groves".

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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