SNOOPY COLLECTION INCLUDING POSTERS.
A collection of ten vintage decals ranging from 3 ½ to 4 inches in size. All feature SNOOPY wearing a space suit conveying messages about flight "SAFETY" or "TEAM" camaraderie. All were made by Vitachrome, Inc. of Rosemead, CA for NASA. Included are:
1. Three hexagon shaped decals with Snoopy riding a CSM and the printed signature of one astronaut, either Alan Shepard, Dave Scott, or Al Worden. Issued in 1971.
2. Two SMEAT (Skylab Medical Experiment Altitude Test) decals with the crew member names of this 56 day Skylab flight simulation during 1972 Skylab.
3. Zero in on Safety in '73 three decals of a space walking Snoopy with the Skylab Space Station in the background and the printed signatures of one astronaut, either Charles Conrad, Joe Kerwin, or Gerry Carr.
4. Apollo Soyuz Space Teams featuring Snoopy and a Russian bear in space suit riding their respective spacecrafts.
Additionally two posters Snoopy Returns to Space. 22 by 17 inches, featuring a space suited Snoopy riding on top of Space Shuttle Columbia with stars in the background. Issued prior to the first launch of the Space Shuttle in 1981. Priority One, Mission Success, A Team Effort. 34 by 22 inches. A space suited Snoopy uses a pointer to aim a Space Shuttle during launch to emphasize the importance of team effort.