COLONEL WALTER CUNNINGHAM - COMMEMORATIVE COVER SIGNED - HFSID 148323
WALTER CUNNINGHAM Walter Cunningham signs a display plaque in black ink. Commemorative Cover signed: "Walt Cunningham", 9¼x11 plaque. Apollo 7 (October 11-22, 1968) was the first manned Apollo mission.
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Walter Cunningham signs a display plaque in black ink.
Commemorative Cover signed: "Walt Cunningham", 9¼x11 plaque. Apollo 7 (October 11-22, 1968) was the first manned Apollo mission. It orbited the Earth for ten days 20 hours and eight minutes, accomplishing eight service propulsion firings and a rendezvous with the S-IVB stage. This was the first flight since the original first manned Apollo crew, Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee, were killed in the Apollo 1 fire on the launching pad, January 27, 1967, while performing pre-flight tests. Walter Cunningham, (born in 1932) formerly a Marine Corps fighter pilot (1952-1956), graduated from UCLA with an M.A. in physics, and then joined the astronaut corps. He was LEM pilot on the Apollo 7 mission. Cunningham left NASA in 1971 for Harvard Business School. He has prospered since as an entrepreneur, radio talk show host and author. His astronaut memoir, The All-American Boys, was published in 1977, and he was a major contributor to the space history, In the Shadow of the Moon (2007). Fine condition.
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