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Box 33

 Container

Contains 10 Collections and/or Records:

Research materials, book proposals, and initial drafts, 1966 - 2001

 Sub-Group — Box: 33
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3
Scope and Contents Includes, "You See Your Husband in a New Light," by Barbara Cernan, 1966; an interview with Barbara Cernan by David Langford, December 11, 1972; an invitation and program (copies) for Richard Nixon's second inauguration, January 20, 1973; Apollo 17 flight data book (copy) and "Reflections of Apollo," 1972 - 1997, both, as written by Cernan for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, February 4, 1997; Reflections by Cernan, written to "Gene," November 21, 1972. Also included are draft of the book...

Research materials, including Barbara Cernan's writings , 1966 - 1973

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 1
Scope and Contents Includes, "You See Your Husband in a New Light," by Barbara Cernan, 1966; an interview of Barbara Cernan by David Langford, December 11, 1972; and an invitation and program for Richard Nixon's second inauguration, January 20, 1973.)

Research materials, including Apollo 17 flight data book (copy) and "Reflections of Apollo" , 1972 - 1997

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 2
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 2
Scope and Contents Of note is an Apollo 17 flight book (copy), and "Reflections of Apollo," as written by Cernan for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, February 4, 1997.)

Draft book outline, 1996

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 3
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 3
Scope and Contents Includes, "You See Your Husband in a New Light," by Barbara Cernan, 1966; an interview with Barbara Cernan by David Langford, December 11, 1972; an invitation and program (copies) for Richard Nixon's second inauguration, January 20, 1973; Apollo 17 flight data book (copy) and "Reflections of Apollo," 1972 - 1997, both, as written by Cernan for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, February 4, 1997; Reflections by Cernan, written to "Gene," November 21, 1972. Also included are draft of the book...

Book proposals, co-author and literary agent selection , 1996

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 4
Scope and Contents Iincludes "Reflections of Periods in Life/Career" (outline) by Cernan, undated.

Book proposal draft, December 1996

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 5

Book proposal and promotion, 1996 - 2001

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 6
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence in regards to the initial draft, editors' comments and book promotion.

Final book proposal materials and related correspondence, February - March 1997

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 7
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 7
Scope and Contents Includes, "You See Your Husband in a New Light," by Barbara Cernan, 1966; an interview with Barbara Cernan by David Langford, December 11, 1972; an invitation and program (copies) for Richard Nixon's second inauguration, January 20, 1973; Apollo 17 flight data book (copy) and "Reflections of Apollo," 1972 - 1997, both, as written by Cernan for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, February 4, 1997; Reflections by Cernan, written to "Gene," November 21, 1972. Also included are draft of the book...

Autographed folders, 1997

 File — Box: 33, Folder: 8
Identifier: MSA 288, Series 4, Sub-Series 2, Sub-Group 3, File 8
Scope and Contents Two Jane Dystel Literary Management folders. The covers were signed by Cernan. had signed the covers.

Eugene A. Cernan papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSA 288
Scope and Contents The Eugene A. Cernan papers document the military, aeronautics, and astronautics career of Eugene A. Cernan, as well as his subsequent professional and public activities. The papers also feature records pertaining to Cernan's youth, family, and education. The collection includes but is not limited to artifacts, audiovisual recordings, awards, books, certificates, coins, correspondence, documents, mission patches, newspaper clippings, photographs, plaques, publications, scrapbooks, speeches,...