Lot of four items individually signed by Apollo moonwalkers Dave Scott and Edgar Mitchell, including: three color 8 x 10 photos of Scott posing in his white space suit next to a small model of the lunar rover, glossy and semi-glossy, one of which is an official NASA lithograph, each signed in blue or black felt tip, with one inscribed, “To Dennis with all the best, Dave Scott”; and a TLS signed “Edgar D. Mitchell,” one page, 8 x 10.5, NASA letterhead, November 24, 1969, addressed to Robert M. Ancell, Jr., in part: "I am pleased and honored to be considered for your proposed documentary. The project interests me, however, there are aspects that should be clarified: 1. I am not a scientist-astronaut, but a pilot astronaut. 2. My participation would have to be approved by NASA. 3. My current crew assignment on Apollo XIV would make my availability limited during the next few months (although certainly not impossible)…I believe in doing everything possible to show the American people that they are making a worthwhile investment in the space program. Perhaps your project will help do this." In overall fine condition. Mitchell was the Lunar Module Pilot for Apollo 14, which flew to the moon a little over a year later in January 1971.
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