History of Science and Technology

4 Dec 2019, starting at 13:00 EST .

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JULIAN NOTT'S PERSONAL FLIGHT BOOK. Original flight log entitled Personal Flying Log Book, original blue cloth, 145 x 175 mm, partially printed and completed in manuscript, June 23, 1969 through October 29, 1989, 117 completed leaves,

1972 WORLD ALTITUDE RECORD FLIGHT MAP. Printed map, approximately 860 x 700, constructed from separate map pieces with numerous annotations,

WATSON, JAMES D. B.1928. Molecular Biology of the Gene. New York: W.A. Benjamin, 1965.

APPLE MACINTOSH PROTOTYPE. Prototype of the Macintosh Personal Computer, with 5-1/4 inch "Twiggy" disk drive,

TESLA, NIKOLA. 1856-1943. Autograph Presentation Signed ("Nikola Tesla") to "To my friend J.L. Mott, With wishes for a happy voyage,"

Thomas E. Dexter's Portable Museum of Natural Substances. Mahogany cabinet, 465 x 360 x 380 mm, with recessed brass carrying handle and hinged doors at the front opening to six drawers of specimens of minerals, metals, animal specimens and man-made articles,

GROUP OF 3 DELTA ROCKET MODELS. 3 contractor models, tallest approximately 24 inches tall, [early 1960s], manufactured by Douglas.

SOVIET SOYUZ SERVICE MODULE. Contractor's model, approximately 54 x 29.00 inches, [1960s], with cutaway window on body, warning label affixed to body, on wooden base with casters.

DOUGLAS HOOVERCRAFT MODEL. Contractor's model, approximately 10 x 38 x 16 inches, [c.1967], "Douglas," "VRC," and "Maritime Administration / Department of Commerce" labels to fin and body.

ROCKETS. Group of 4 contractor's models, approximately 52 to 46 inches tall, Douglas, [1960s].

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