Gemini Titan 6 (GT-6): Crew Signed - Astronauts Thomas
Stafford and Walter "Wally" Schirra

Size:    8" X 10"
Apollo 12 Astronaut Alan Bean

Photo:    8" X 10"

Note:  Apollo 12 was the sixth manned mission in the
Apollo program and the second to land on the Moon.
Gemini IV (GT-4): Astronaut James McDivitt

Photo:    8" X 10"
Apollo 17:  Astronaut Gene Cernan "The Last Apollo Moon Walker"

Photo:    8" X 10"

Note: A favorite on mine since it shows Commander Cernan in the LM
after a lunar EVA and you can see the Moon dust on the Space Suit.
Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9):  "Faith 7" Astronaut Gordon

Photo:    8" X 10"
Mercury-Atlas VIII (MA-8):  "Sigma 7" Astronaut Wally

Size:    8" X 10"

Note:  This is a classic Sliver space suit photo with
Schirra adding, "Original Mercury 7 Astronaut".  Wally was
the only original 7 astronaut to have flown in the Mercury,
Gemini and Apollo programs.
Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6):  "Friendship 7" Astronaut John
Glenn, Jr

photo:    8" X 10"
The following images were scanned from my personal collection of authentic
signed photographs of early space exploration, WW II aviators and test pilots.
Gemini Titan IX-A (GT-9A): Crew signed - Astronatus
Thomas Stafford and Eugene Cernan aboard WASP after

Photo:    8" X 10"

Comment:  Great original reissued NASA photo #
66-H-1418 with traditional purple description on reverse.
Another note, you can see Cernan is wearing his special
"Chrome-R" steel woven pants use during his EVA to
protect him from the Air Force's Astronaut Maneuvering
Unit (AMU) hot gases. This was the first 'rocket pack' and
a predecessor of the Manned Maneuvering Unit used by
Shuttle astronauts in the 1980s. Stafford's 2nd flight,
Cernan's first.
Shuttle Mission STS-7:  Signed by America's first woman in space,
Mission Specialist, Sally Ride.

Photo:    8" X 10"

Note:  STS-7 was a space shuttle mission by NASA using the Space
Shuttle Challenger, launched June 18, 1983. This was the seventh
space shuttle mission, and was the second mission for the Space
Shuttle Challenger.
Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6):  "Friendship 7" Astronaut John
Glenn, Jr

Photo:    8" X 10"

Note: Odd NASA description on reverse. The reverse has
NASA reissued photo # 61-MR3-37.  That would be Alan
Shepard's flight on MR-3.  Glenn's was MA-6.
Mercury-Atlas 6 (MA-6): "Friendship 7" Astronaut John
Glenn, Jr

Photo:    8" X 10"
Mercury-Atlas 7 (MA-7):  "Aurora 7" Astronaut Scott

Photo:    8" X 10" - He added "Aurora 7" to signature.
Gemini Titan 5 (GT-5): Crew Signed - Astronauts Gordon
Cooper and Charles Conrad

Photo:    8" X 10"
Gemini Titan XII (GT-12): Crew Signed  - Astronauts James
Lovell and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin

Photo:    8" X 10"

Comment:  Great original NASA photo # 66-H-1418 with
purple NASA detailed description on reverse. Buzz
Adrin's first space flight. Old signature of Adrin in black
pen, reads "To RN Norman Jr, with Best Wishes, Buss
Aldrin". Lovell signed, "Best Wishes, James Lovell".
Gemini Titan XI (GT-11): Signed by Richard Gordon, Jr.

Size:    8" X 10"
Apollo 13,  Astronaut Fred Haise

Photo:    8" X 10"
Mercury-Atlas 7 (MA-7):  "Aurora 7" Astronaut Scott

Photo:    8" X 10" NASA Lithograph

Note:  Signed, "For Adelin, XX love XX, Scott Carpenter
Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins

Photo:  8x10 NASA vintage lithograph with NASA
description on reverse.
Mercury & Gemini Astronaut Gordon Cooper

Photo: 8X10 NASA Lithograph, signed, "Best Wishes, To
Madelin, Gordon Cooper"
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B-17 (Memphis Bell) Pilot, Col. Robert Mogan (rare)
Signed, "Col Robert Morgan, Pilot of "Memphis Belle"

Photo: 10" X 14" on fiber based paper

Pilot: Robert Knight Morgan (July 31, 1918 - May 15, 2004) was a United
States Air Force Colonel and pilot, and the commander of the B-17 Flying
Fortress Memphis Belle during World War II. The Memphis Belle was
one of  the first heavy bombers in the Eighth Air Force to complete 25
combat missions and return to the United States and sell war bonds.  

Note:  Rare Photograph.  The photo is an actual 1942 photograph that
my father took from his B-17 and processed during training at Rapid
City, South Dakota AAF photo lab. Years later (Late 70's), my father and I
attended a WWII Veterans meeting that Col. Morgan attended as well.  
We brought the photo with and he signed it there.  
B-25 Pilot, General James "Jimmy" Doolittle

Photo: 8" X 10" and Doolittle added, " A Good Bird The B-25"

Note: The picture is an original 1944 photo taken during the war.  My
father is the one on the right.  He was crew on the B-25 Milk Run.
Doolittle signed in blue pen and it was signed during the war. The actual
photo was processed in the 82nd Bmb Grp photo lab on the base in
India. Very old and rare photo and signature.

Description:  The Doolittle Raid, 18 April 1942, was the first air raid by
the United States to strike the Japanese home island of Honshū. The
Doolittle Raid was the only time that United States Army Air Forces
bombers were launched from a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier on a combat

William Harvey "Bill" Dana is a retired test pilot. He was
born in Pasadena, California, November 3, 1930, received
his Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Military
Academy in 1952 and served four years as a pilot in the
U.S. Air Force. Aeronautical Engineering from the
University of Southern California in 1958.

Dana was Chief Engineer at NASA's Dryden Flight
Research Center, Edwards, California, from 1993 until
1998, when he retired after almost 40 years of
distinguished service to NASA. Formerly an aerospace
research pilot, Dana flew the F-100 variable stability
research aircraft and the Advanced Fighter Technology
Integration/F-16 aircraft as well as many others.

Before his assignment as Chief Engineer, he was
Assistant Chief of the Flight Operations Division, a
position he assumed after serving since 1986 as Chief
Pilot. He was also a project pilot on the F-15 HIDEC (Highly
Integrated Digital Electronic Control) research program,
and a co-project pilot on the F-18 High Angle of Attack
research program.

As a research pilot, Dana was involved in some of the
most significant aeronautical programs carried out at
Dryden. For his service as a flight research pilot, he
received NASA's Distinguished Service Medal in 1997. In
2000 he was awarded the Milton O. Thompson Lifetime
Achievement Award by the Dryden Flight Research

From 1960 through 1962 he was a pilot astronaut in the
U.S. Air Force X-20 Dyna-Soar program.

He was a project pilot on the hypersonic X-15 research
aircraft and flew the rocket-powered vehicle 16 times,
reaching a top speed of 3,897 mph and a peak altitude of
307,000 feet (nearly 59 miles high). He was the pilot on the
final (199th) flight of the 10-year program.

In the late 1960s and in the 1970s, Dana was a project
pilot on the manned lifting body program, which flew
several versions of the wingless vehicles and produced
data that helped in development of the Space Shuttle. He
completed one NASA M2-F1, nine Northrop HL-10,
nineteen Northrop M2-F3 and two Martin-Marietta X-24B
flights, for a total of 31 lifting body missions. For his
contributions to the lifting body program, Dana received
the NASA Exceptional Service Medal. In 1976 he received
the Haley Space Flight Award from the American Institute
of Aeronautics and Astronauticsfor his research work on
the M2-F3 lifting body control systems.

A member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots, Dana
is the author of several technical papers. In 1993, he was
inducted into the Aerospace Walk of Honor.
SR-71 Speed Record Pilots: Jim Sullivan & Noel Widdifield

Size:  8" X 10"

This is an 8x10 black and white photo with the SR-71 in
the background. Both pilots, Jim Sullivan and Noel F.
Widdifield, are in their space suits and have authentically
signed this photo. The photo and the signatures are in
excellent condition. They set a speed record flying from
New York to London in 1 hr 54min 56.4seconds. They flew
80,000 feet high and at a speed of 2000 mph. The record
still stands today.

The photo is a nice vintage original on a fiber based
paper. picture.  A great  find and excellent piece of
aerospace history.

Retired Aug. 1, 1969.   Died Feb. 5, 2008.

Size:  8" X 10"

experimental research test pilot for the X-1 aircraft and
other aircraft. Lundquist was an early test pilot dating
back to 1942, who tested the Bell XP-63 Kingcobra in
1943, later flew the XS-1 aircraft 6 times.

Born in Chicago, Ill., in 1919, he graduated from Lane
Technical High in 1937 and Wright Junior College in 1939,
both in Chicago, Ill. He attended the University of Illinois
before beginning his military career in May 1940 as an
aviation cadet.
Boeing B-52's First Flight - Crew

This photo shows the first 2 B-52's, the XB-52 and the
YB-52. Ordinairily, the X model flies first, and then the Y
model is the designator for the military after they accept it
for phase II flights.  In this case, the YB flew first due to
some glitches in the XB.

The first flight on the B-52 was in 1952, and flown by Tex
Johnston, Guy Townsend and Al Philips (Flight Test
Engineer).  This photo is signed by Guy Townsend (who is
no longer able to sign) and the FTE Al Philips. A fantastic
piece of aerospace history.

8" X 10" in Mint condition.
Gemini Titan VII (GT-7): Crew Signed - Astronauts James
Lovell and Frank Borman

Photo:  8 x 10 Vintage NASA red numbers photo
S-65-63106 with repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks
on reverse. Lovell signed in blue pen and Borman with
black sparie.
Apollo 12 Crew Sign NASA Photo

Photo:  8 x 10 with Black NASA text on reverse is excellent condition.

Note:  Apollo prime crew signed (left to right) Charles Conrad, Jr.,
Commander; Richard (Dick) Gordon, Jr., Command Module Pilot; and
Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot. Dick Gordon usually signs Richard.
Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition.  Buzz added "Apollo
Test Pilot - Major Robert White - U.S. Air Force - Mach 6
Record Flight

Photo:  8 x 10 vintage original on an early 60's circa fiber
based paper.  Signed in blue pen and inscribed, "To
Eddie Walker, Best Wishes, Robert White, Major USAF".  
I've seen a lot of reprints of this photo but fairly rare to
get a vintage period photo and signed from 60's.

Description:  Robert  White was the first to fly Mach 4,5 &
6, the first to fly in excess of 3000 mph, the first to fly
above 200,000’ and 300,000’; was to become the first man
to fly a winged vehicle into space. This allowed him to
become only the 5th American to attain astronaut wings
and only the 2nd Air Force pilot to do this. Alan Shepard,
Gus Grissom, John Glenn and Wally Schirra of the Project
Mercury program, went first.
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Apollo 17:  Astronaut Gene Cernan "The Last Apollo Moon Walker"

Photo:  A near mint condition 8 x 10 vintage photo on a fiber based
paper with purple NASA detailed text on reverse along with repeating "A
KODAK PAPER" watermarks.  Signed by Astronaut Cernan, and he
added "Apollo XVII".

Description:  Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan, Apollo 17 mission
commander, walks toward the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during
extravehicular activity (EVA) at the Taurus-Littrow landing site of the
final Apollo lunar landing mission. The  photograph was taken by
astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt, lunar module pilot.
AS-13, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-66-33992

Photo:  A near mint condition 8 x 10 on a fiber based paper with
repeating "A KODAK PAPER" watermarks on reverse.  An early signed
photo by Astronaut Fred Haise in which he add "Apollo 13 LMP"

Description:  Fred. Haise was one of the 19 astronauts selected by
NASA in April 1966. Haise was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 13 (April
11-17, 1970) and has logged 142 hours and 54 minutes in space.
Gemini Titan 5 (GT-5): Crew Signed - Astronauts Gordon
Cooper and Charles Conrad

Photo:    8" X 10" vintage original B/W NASA photo on fiber
based paper with full NASA description on reverse.
Apollo 7, Vintage Color - NASA Photo Red ID: S-68-49452

Photo:  8 x 10 in excellent condition on fiber based paper
with repeating "A KODAK PAPER:" watermarks on
reverse.  Signed by Wally Schirra and Walt Cunningham
along with purple NASA detailed text.
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Gemini Titan 6 (GT-6): Astronaut Thomas Stafford

Size:    8" X 10" Vintage lithograph hand signed by Tom
MA-7,  Vintage B/W Photo -USAF Photo ID:   G-60-2737

Description:  This is an excellent vintage photo from the very early 60's
hand signed by Carpenter.  On the back is the NASA blue stamp that
reads: Project Mercury Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter, Hometown,
Boulder, Colorado.  Specialty Area - Communications and Navigational
Aids.  On the reverse here is also some handwriting with the name of
the person this photo first went to.  Madaline Reveley, Computation &
Data Reduction Division.  

Photo:  8 x 10 photo in good condition with blue USAF text on reverse.
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