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    Apollo Program: Collection of Original NASA Publications. A fine group of historical material relating to the Apollo missions and hardware, all from an early NASA employee. Highlights as follows:
    (1) Apollo 11 Mission Report. NASA SP-238. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1971), 217 pages, illustrated.
    (2) Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report. NASA SP-315. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1972), 500+ pages, illustrated.
    (3) Apollo 17 Preliminary Science Report. NASA SP-330. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1973), 500+ pages, illustrated.
    (4) The Apollo Spacecraft, A Chronology, Volume I. NASA SP-4009. (Washington: NASA Office or Technology Utilization, 1969). 269 pages, illustrated.
    (5) The Apollo Spacecraft, A Chronology, Volume II. NASA SP-4009. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1973), 277 pages, illustrated.
    (6) The Apollo Spacecraft, A Chronology, Volume III. NASA SP-4009. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1976), 286 pages, illustrated.
    (7) NASA color photo AS-16-113-18294 (red letter ID), an Apollo 16 photo of the Command Module Casper taken from the LM with the lunar surface in the background.
    (8) "The Manned Lunar Mission" by Robert R. Gilruth and Maxime A. Faget for presentation at the American Rocket Society Lunar Missions Meeting, July 17-19, 1962, nine pages, stapled.
    (9) The Partnership, A History of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. NASA SP-4209. (Washington: NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978), 560 pages, illustrated.
    Also included are: a large-format color photo essay titled "Apollo," a large-format World Book publication titled "The Astronauts & Their Families," two additional printed speech typescripts, a group of six color NASA Skylab-related lithographs, and three Achievement Awards presented to a NASA employee. Condition is good overall with insect damage and staining, mostly to the covers and edges. Contents generally very good.


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