Enola Gay Log - Robert A.Lewis, Captain USAAF, Co-Pilot of the Enola Gay. Mimeographed copy of Lewis' original log written in flight on the morning of 6th August, 1945, formerly in the possession of the Atomic Bomb Supervisor Captain William "Deak" Parsons. [August, 1945]
A 9pp mimeographed copy of Lewis's original log, made on Tinian Island, and mostly over-inked and penciled by Lewis?, upper right corner lettered in pencil 2-10, old lettering at lower right, the first page blank, then numbered 1-8, several sets of old pin holes to upper left and right; together with a mimeographed copy of an 'officially typed' version of the log, 7pp, two sets of pin holes at upper left. The paper of the 1940s, that of the log copy with page 3 slightly larger and uncut, and pp.2,4-10 trimmed at the top attempting to cut out the 'line of position' lettering, on the original log; the paper of the typed copy slightly larger still and uniform; together with a card signed Paul W. Tibbetts 'with best wishes to Bruce David Weiss', a photograph of Lewis accredited to the Archives of the Aviation Hall of Fame, a small painted wooden model of the Nagasaki atomic bomb 'Fat Man', which parsons was also involved in, and two period photographs of the Bikini Atoll explosions (Parsons organized Operation Crossroads).