Project Apollo (U.S.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Anthony Young Collection
Scope and Contents The collection documents the research activities of Anthony Young on the development of the Saturn V F-1 rocket engine. The materials includes letters, press releases, technical papers, newspaper and magazine articles, writings, and photographs. The collection may include reproductions of original documents.
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Collection
Apollo 11 Launch Film
Scope and Contents 16mm film of Apollo 11 launch. Includes footage of Lyndon Baines Johnson, Claudia Alta "Lady Bird" Johnson, Johnny Carson, Barry Goldwater, and Hermann Oberth.
Scope and Contents This collection covers Apollo Program through mostly official reports and NASA technical documents. Almost all of this collection is paper-based with the exception of a few CDs containing digital files.
Apollo Soyuz Collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Clay Colley Collection
Scope and Contents Work in Progress!"The Great Observatories;" "Exploring the Universe with the Hubble Space Telescope;" "Saturn...;" "Ansari X Prize Competition Launches Commemorative Program (2004);" "White Collar Productivity and Quality Issues: Proceedings of the NASA Symposium on Productivity and Quality: Strategies for Improving Operations in Government and Industry;" "Atoms and Astronomy;" "Spinoff 1982;" "Marshall Space Flight Center 1960-1985 25th Anniversary Report;" a letter from W. R....
David Christensen Collection
Scope and Contents Documents and artifacts pertaining to space travel and exploration, different types of energy, NASA history, rocket development, Space Station documents, Marshall Space Flight Center documents, tape interviews with notable scientists, etc.
Gertrude Conard Collection
Scope and Contents Materials related to NASA, Dr. Lucas, and Gertrude Conard.
John Bensko Jr. Collection
Content Description Materials related to the life and career of John Bensko Jr., who worked from 1956-1978 for Redstone Arsenal and Marshall Space Flight Center, comprising 4 linear feet of material. He was active on the lunar drill project for Apollo, Earth Resources Mission, and collected materials on Howell Crater.