COOPER'S GEMINI 5 CAMERA TRAINING NOTES & PHOTOGRAPHS.
A small archive, comprising:
1. 29 color photographs of the Earth taken by the Gemini 5 crew, numbered on verso in pencil by Cooper. Together with a manuscript list of locations, 6 pp, with flight ground elapsed time when they were taken. Areas include the Himalayas, China, India, and Iran - many of interest to the Department of Defense in 1965.
2. Distribution copy of a typed list covering all photography made during the mission, 7 pp, several manuscript amendments by Cooper, the last sheet inscribed on verso "Gordon - Here are the logs & ident. sheets - Paul Haney, 4 p.m. 9/14/65."
3. 5 black and white photographs of flight cameras and related experiments, printed captions on versos.
4. Manuscript notes by Cooper, 3 pp, the first headed "Camera details" covering the failure of film transport and light streaks on all film which were to be corrected prior the actual flight; the second giving number of film rolls and camera types needed; the third reading simply "FLT: Debriefing: 1) Film evaluation FIASCO: 2)." The first two inscribed and signed "notes by Gordon Cooper."
Mostly around 8 by 10 inches. The group together in a folder titled "Training - Cams," and signed ("Gordon Cooper").