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Ex. John YoungApollo 11 Training-Used "Lunar Landing Site Monitoring Photomap (LLM) - Landing Site 2" Directly from the John W. Young Collection, with Letter of Certification. A pair of 9.75" x 8" maps printed on heavy photographic paper, taped together in sequence. Printed in the lower margin: "Apollo 11 July 16 1969" and "Prepared under the direction of DOD by the U.S. Army Topographic Command (TPC) for NASA". The verso shows the location of Surveyor V" near Sabine D. Displayable. Very fine.
Included with this lot is a Letter of Certification signed by Young's widow, Susy Young. It reads, in full: "I hereby certify that the 2-page taped together 2-sided Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Site Monitoring Map (LLM) Landing Site 2, dated July 16, 1969, that accompanies this letter, was used in training for the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon July 16-24, 1969. It has been a part of the John W. Young collection since that time."
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