COLONEL JACK LOUSMA - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED 1973 - HFSID 102115
Special Sale Price $350.00
Jack Lousma signs an 11x14 color publicity photograph of the Skylab in orbit
Photograph Mount inscribed and signed: "To Stan-/Thanks for helping us get the toughest part/of the mission off the ground- the postflight [sic] activities!/Jack Lousma-Skylab II- 28 July-25 Sept 1973." Color, 11x14 overall, image 7¾x9¾ (two surfaces). Jack Lousma, an aeronautical engineer and Marine recon pilot, became an astronaut in 1966. He was scheduled to land on the moon with Apollo 20, which was cancelled, but he was the pilot of Skylab-3 (1973), performing 11 hours of space walk on that mission.In March 1982, Lousma flew the space shuttle on its final orbital test flight. In 1984 Lousma, a Republican, narrowly lost a bid for a US Senate seat from Michigan. Lightly toned. Fine condition.
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