APOLLO 8 COMMAND MODULE CONTROL PANEL.
"Design Layout - Main Display Console, Command Module 103," blueprint, North American Aviation, Downey, CA, April 5, 1967 with two revisions, the last dated March 12, 1968, approximately 79 by 11 inches, scale not given.
Signed by a total of 15 Apollo astronauts, each giving their Apollo flight numbers: Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Gene Cernan, Gordon Cooper, Walt Cunningham, Charles Duke, Richard Gordon, Fred Haise, James Lovell, Edgar Mitchell, Wally Schirra, Rusty Schweickart, Dave Scott, Tom Stafford, and Al Worden.
A blueprint illustrating the locations of the critical command and flight controls of the spacecraft that took the first men to lunar orbit during December 1968. Signed by a member or members of every Apollo flight crew including Apollo 8 Command Module Pilot James Lovell.
The largest drawing is the Main Display Panel which was located in front of the astronaut couches and has two large flight attitude indicators, the re-entry monitor, caution and warning panel, 28 meters, and over 100 individual switches.