Manned space flight--United States
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Iva and Homer Metz Space Collection
Overview The Iva and Homer Metz Space Collection documents the careers of both Iva and Homer in aviation and the space industry. It follows their time with the U.S. Navy, the Boeing Company, North American Aviation, and at Cape Canaveral during the Apollo and Skylab programs.
Charles L. Soellner NASA Collection
Overview The Charles L. Soellner NASA Collection documents the space programs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The documents date from 1959 to 1975. The bulk of the materials are photographs and photomechancial prints mass-produced by NASA. The visual documentation and ephemera related to manned spaceflight missions were collected and assembled together in scrapbooks by Soellner.
G. Harry Stine Space History and Model Rocketry Collection
Overview The G. Harry Stine Space History and Model Rocketry Collection encompasses the professional work of G. Harry Stine, the founder of model rocketry in the United States. The collection includes material related to his work in the National Association of Rocketry, drafts of his writings, rocket designs, materials affiliated with model rocketry corporations, his aeronautical research files, and his work in commercial space flight.
Series III. Aeronautical Research Files, 1916-1997
Scope and Contents The Aeronautical Research Files is the largest of all the series in the Stine Collection, consisting of about 31 cubic feet of material. Nine subseries make up this grouping: Subseries A. Aircraft, 1916-1987; Subseries B. Facilities, 1953-1997; Subseries C. International Programs, 1920-1993; Subseries D. Rockets and Missiles, 1924-1996; Subseries E. Satellites, 1957-1995; Subseries F. Spacecraft and Missions, 1946-1986; Subseries G. Space Vehicles, 1960-1993; Subseries H. Space – General,...
Series V. Visual and Audiovisual Materials, circa 1940s-1997
Scope and Contents This series has broken into three sections: Subseries A. 35mm Slides, 1946-1992; Subseries; B. Negatives, 1952-1974; and Subseries C. Audiovisual materials, circa 1940s-1995.The first subseries consists of roughly 3,000 slides taken between 1950 and 1995 depicting various model rocketry competitions and activities that Stine was involved with during his lifetime, as well as images related to crewed space flight, astronomy, and various slides form lectures. The titles in the inventory...
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