United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 840
Overview This collection contains materials from a large scrapbook created, primarily, by Phyllis Kaufman's father, Norman Belasco, which documents some of his twenty year career with NASA from 1963 to 1983, including correspondence, certificates, awards, diplomas, news clips, patents, and photographs. The collection also includes ten photographs from Phyllis's time as an instructor at I. Weiner Secondary School in Houston, including a panoramic photograph of a group of students on a trip to Washington...
Dates: 1954 - 2005
Identifier: MS 584
Abstract This collection encompasses business records relating to Space Services’ administration and organization, the Contestoga and Starfire programs, launch sites, investors, customers, markets, relations with NASA, presentations and other materials from meetings, conferences, and seminars, and various assorted business files and records. It primarily consists of paper records, but also includes photographs, audio cassettes, VHS, Beta, and newspaper clippings.
Dates: ca. 1970s-1990s
Identifier: MS 080
Abstract This collection consists of Space Shuttle Atlantis flight S7S-117 memorabilia donated to Rice by Astronaut John D. "Danny" Olivas. Greg Marshall, director of University Relations, passed on the materials to the Woodson Research Center on September 19, 2007. Items include a blue Rice Owls t-shirt worn by Astronaut John D. "Danny" Olivas on Shuttle flight S7S-117; a certificate of authenticity for the shirt; and a presentation, display board with a mission patch, a small American flag, and a...