Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Opaque photographs, usually positive (i.e., reproducing appearances without tonal reversal, otherwise use "negative prints"), usually on paper, and generally, but not always, printed from a negative.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Apollo 11 Spacecraft Fifty-State Tour Press Kit
Collection — Box Small Collections Oversize 2019- , oversize: folder
Content Description The Apollo 11 Spacecraft Fifty-State Tour Press Kit is a small collection consisting of the press kit and related materials from the promotional tour of the Apollo 11 command module across the United States in 1970-1971. The press kit includes a folder containing seven 8x10" black-and-white prints, a mission report booklet, a press release with tour schedule, a "Log of Apollo 11" color booklet, and a tour map. Twelve 11x14" color lithograph prints reproducing photographs from the moon landing...
Maud T. Bartles Jim Lovell Scrapbook
Collection — Box Scrapbook box 37, Folder: 1-2
Content Description The Maud T. Bartles Jim Lovell Scrapbook is a collection consisting of a single item: an album documenting a visit by astronaut Jim Lovell to Poughkeepsie, New York in 1973 for a Veteran's Day event. The scrapbook includes clippings, ephemera, photographs and philatelic items collected by Maud T. Bartles, a resident of the area who attended the event during Lovell's visit. The album is a "magnetic" style photograph album with a green cover with "Capt. J. Lovell" written on the cover...
George Hage Apollo Collection
Overview George Hage was NASA's Deputy Director for the Apollo Program. The 17 total Apollo Programs were designed to send astronauts to photograph, map, and eventually walk on, the moon. The collection contains notes about the production of the lunar orbiters and also photographs and news coverage of the successful Apollo missions.
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.