Illuminating Space: Images from a Private Virginian Collection
5 Dec 2012, starting at 13:00 EST.

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PUISEUX, PIERRE HENRI, AND MAURICE LOEWY. 2 large-format views of the Mare Nectaris, and the Montes Alpes region, from the Paris Observatory, March 4, 1895-February 16, 1899,

RANGER VIII AND IX. 3 mosaic views of the Sabine/Ritter region and of the crater Alphonsus, Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, United States Air Force, St. Louis, MO, [1966],

RUTHERFURD, LEWIS MORRIS. 1816-1892. A view of the Moon, from New York, March 6, 1865,

RUTHERFURD, LEWIS MORRIS. 1816-1892. 9 images of the Moon at different phases, from New York, March 6, 1865-May 19, 1874,

TRIP TO THE MOON. A group of items related to "A Trip to the Moon," the amusement park ride created by Frederic Thompson and Elmer "Skip" Dundy, c.1901-1903, comprising:

RUTHERFURD, LEWIS MORRIS. 1816-1892. 3 views of the Moon, from New York, c.1865-1870,

PEASE, FRANCIS GLADHEIM. 1881–1938. 3 large views, comprising the crater Copernicus, and two the southwest part of the Moon centered on the Mare Nubium, from Mount Wilson Observatory, near Pasadena, CA, September 15, 1919,

PEASE, FRANCIS GLADHEIM. 1881–1938. 2 large wide-angle images of the Moon, from Mount Wilson Observatory, near Pasadena, CA, September, 1919,

GLOBE—PERGAMON. Pergamon Moon Globe. Oxford, London, New York and Paris: [produced by Paul Räth Verlag, Leipzig for] Pergamon Press, [c.1963].

ALTER, DINSMORE, editor. Lunar Atlas. [Downey, CA]: Space Sciences Laboratory, North American Aviation, 1964.

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