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    Apollo 16 Crew-Signed White Spacesuit Color Photo Originally from the Personal Collection of Alvin Bishop, Jr. A 9.5" x 7.25" crew photo, NASA image S-72-16660, signed as follows in felt tips: "Ken Mattingly", "To Big Al/ You're the Greatest!/ Apollo 16/ P.S. Ask Wayne Newton/ If Anyone Ever Told/ Him You Were/ John Young", and "Charlie Duke". Bishop worked in public relations for RCA concerning their involvement in the Apollo program. He also later manned the public relations office for Cape Canaveral. Crew-signed Apollo 16 photos are not common. Photo shows some sign of wear, light crinkling throughout. Overall fine.

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    November, 2020
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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