John Glenn Archives

Artifacts Collection

Mementos Category
 

Category Item Number Description
Annie Glenn 361 Small stainless steel key holder with a brass plate of the White House, engraved "Nancy Reagan" on verso. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at a Ladies of the Senate luncheon, c.1980s)
Annie Glenn 363 Stainless steel and gold pen engraved "Nancy Reagan." (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at the 1983 Ladies of the Senate luncheon)
Annie Glenn 364 Silver letter opener engraved "Nancy Reagan." (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at the 1982 Ladies of the Senate luncheon)
Annie Glenn 368 Silk scarf featuring a rose pattern design and the signature of Barbara Bush. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at a Ladies of the Senate luncheon, c.1990)
Annie Glenn 369 Stieff Pewter "Jefferson Cup" engraved with the signature of Betty Ford. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at the 1975 Ladies of the Senate luncheon)
Annie Glenn 371 Stieff Pewter "Jefferson Cup" engraved with the signature of Betty Ford. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at the 1976 Ladies of the Senate luncheon)
Annie Glenn 400 Small china rose. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at a Ladies of the Senate luncheon, c.1980s)
Annie Glenn 697 Lenox crystal bud vase engraved with an image of the White House and the signature of Nancy Reagan. (keepsake presented to Annie Glenn at the 1987 Ladies of the Senate luncheon)
Annie Glenn 1540 Wooden case containing the bottle of champagne, encased in an aluminum cover, used by Annie Glenn to christen the submarine USS Ohio (SSBN 726) on April 7, 1979.
Corporate 31 Brass sculpture of a human bust on a wooden base, presented to John Glenn by ABC Television and Sports Illustrated magazine for his work as chairman of the Grand Award of Sports inaugural telecast on March 10, 1965.
Corporate 53 Certificate encased in acrylic presented to John Glenn by the National Association of Manufacturers for his work with the 70th Annual Congress of American Industry, December 1965.
Corporate 443 Glass ball inscribed "Holiday Inn Main Gate East - 15th Anniversary, March 7, 1988 - Senator John Glenn."
Corporate 688 Glass block embossed "Senator John Glenn - a great year with the best yet to come - 14 years - March 7, 1987 - Holiday Inn - Main Gate East" [Orlando, Florida].
Military 45 Wooden coaster containing the "Reddy Teddy" logo of VMO-155, John Glenn's U.S. Marine Corps squadron during World War II, 1944-1945.
Military 224 Automobile license plate for the 1st Marine Division Association, no date, c.1980s.
Military 596 Hand painted sign with lettering "Welcome Home Our Hero John Glenn" from the New Concord, Ohio parade honoring Glenn for Project Bullet, his record breaking transcontinental flight in 1957.
Military 689 Knee mounted navigation plotting board used by John Glenn while a naval aviation test pilot in the 1950s.
Military 1166 Circular, metal and acrylic, three disk slide rule type device labeled "Rest Computer and Climb and Descent Tabulator" used by John Glenn while a naval aviation test pilot in the 1950s.
Military 1167 Circular, metal, two disk slide rule type device on a rectangular acrylic grid marker, labeled "Dead Reckoning Computer" used by John Glenn while a naval aviation test pilot in the 1950s.
Military 1174 Aluminum and acrylic plotting board from an F4U Corsair aircraft flown by John Glenn in World War II, containing a map of the Marshall Islands and other navigational aids, 1944-1945.
Military 1195 Metal reinforced canvas map case used by John Glenn during the Korean War, 1953.
Military 1196 Metal aviator's knee board containing charts and navigational aids used by John Glenn during the Korean War, 1953.
Military 1248 Stainless steel Prince cigarette lighter with the logo of "MAG-33 - Korea - 1953," used by John Glenn during the Korean War.
Military 1249 Stainless steel Corona cigarette lighter inscribed "51st F.I.W. Officer's Club - K-13 - Suwon, Korea - 1953" carried by John Glenn for emergency purposes during Korean War missions.
Military 1250 Stainless steel Zippo cigarette lighter etched with an image of a Chance-Vought F8U-1 Crusader jet aircraft. (from Project Bullet in 1957)
Military 1512 Wooden plaque containing "Part of F8U-1P Crusader BU No. 144608 which made the first transcontinental supersonic dash on Operation Bullet - Pilot Major John H. Glenn, Jr. USMC - Los Alamitos to Floyd Bennett - 3hrs 22 min 50 sec - 16 July 1957."
NASA 41 Hand-carved wooden mask of John Glenn in his Mercury space helmet, sent to John Glenn by Lt. Colonel Hugh W. Brady, c.1962.
NASA 235 Two small banners and one coin commemorating the 30th anniversary of the 1st and 2nd Soviet manned space flights, presented to John Glenn by Gherman Titov in 1992.
NASA 236 Felt pennant, "Welcome Astronauts GLENN, Shepard, Grissom, February 20, 1962."
NASA 248 Metal membership card making John Glenn an "Honorary Member, General Dynamics - Astronautics Management Club - presented 28 June 1962," contained within a leather billfold embossed "John H. Glenn, Jr."
NASA 325 Beach towel with prints of the front pages from the Youngstown Vindicator for John Glenn's Friendship 7 space flight and Jimmy Carter's presidential election in 1976.
NASA 382 Device used to test breathing strength used by John Glenn during NASA's Project Mercury training, c.1959.
NASA 383 Tickertape containing John Glenn's heart rate as recorded during the Friendship 7 space flight, February 20, 1962.
NASA 390 Postcard phonographic recording containing a message from John Glenn to the Boy Scouts of America, c.1962.
NASA 416 Clear acrylic celestial globe, with a globe of the Earth contained within it, used by John Glenn to study the constellations during his NASA Project Mercury training, 1961-1962.
NASA 419 Shadowbox frame containing a section of the overhead handrail used by John Glenn to pull himself into the Friendship 7 spacecraft, with a photograph of Glenn using the handrail, the Mercury 7 logo, and a brass plate presenting the item to Glenn on the 15th anniversary of the space flight, February 20, 1977.
NASA 471 Commemorative 3.5 inch piece of the metal gantry handrail from NASA's Complex 14 launch site at Cape Canaveral used during the Project Mercury Space Program in the 1960s.
NASA 472 Metal tube of peaches with a 5 inch eating tube from the Project Mercury Space Program era.
NASA 473 Five types of astronaut food consisting of a can of butterscotch pudding, butter cookies, M & M candy; rice pilaf dish, and grape drink, c.1970s.
NASA 582 Wooden gavel with metal plate inscribed "1967 - Fifth Anniversary - National Space Club - John Glenn."
NASA 605 Black acrylic shadowbox frame containing the "Original Prototype" of the "Chill on Demand Cold Desserts" made for NASA by the Joseph Company, presented to John Glenn on April 1, 1998.
NASA 606 Circular, acrylic "Satellite Orbit Calculator" mounted on a large poster board, with instruction manual, made by the Space and Information Systems Division of North American Aviation, Inc., 1962.
NASA 613 Framed and matted metal facsimile of the February 21, 1962 issue of the New York Herald Tribune headlined, "We're Thrilled, We're Proud, John Glenn."
NASA 614 Wooden hand-painted sign with wording "Welcome to Anchorage Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr. - Alaska is Proud of Our U.S. Astronaut Team," presented to Glenn during his trip to Alaska in 1963.
NASA 624 Used, brass "Vernier [rocket] Igniter" mounted on a wooden plaque inscribed "Presented to John Glenn February 1987 by Sidney Brooks of Coca, Florida."
NASA 626 Road sign for "John Glenn Rd" mounted on a wooden base with plate inscribed "1962-1982 City of Dayton [Ohio] Belmont Community Road."
NASA 642 Ten particles of carbon from the life support system used in the Friendship 7 spacecraft, sent to John Glenn in 1983 by Frank C. Pollara of Naples, Florida, a former scientist in the Mercury Space Program.
NASA 645 Sample of the confetti from the parade for John Glenn held in New Concord, Ohio on March 3, 1962, honoring his Friendship 7 space flight.
NASA 655 Limited issue cased set of 12 matchbooks commemorating the Apollo Space Program, produced by the RCA Company, c.1970.
NASA 668 Red, white, and blue felt pennant featuring a circular photograph of John Glenn, inscribed "1st American Astronaut in Orbit - Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr. - Around the World in 80 Minutes," c.1962.
NASA 670 Boxed set of seven hand-painted lead figures depicting the original Mercury 7 astronauts, made by Maranatha Miniatures for the Mercury 7 Foundation, 1991.
NASA 687 Metal, three-disc circular slide rule marked "Satellite Hand Computer" used by John Glenn during his training for the Friendship 7 space flight in 1962, manufactured by the Batori Computer Company.
NASA 690 Three ring binder containing "Project Mercury - NASA - Capsule Flight Operations Manual - McDonnell Aircraft Corporation," signed by John Glenn and used by him during his training for the Friendship 7 flight in 1962.
NASA 692 Blue and yellow vinyl book bag embossed with "John Glenn Elementary - North Scott," no date.
NASA 693 Large red, white, and blue nylon banner with "John Glenn Parkway" and an image of John Glenn, flown by the city of Webster, Texas in honor of John Glenn's return to space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95.
NASA 694 Photographic film plates used for cosmic ray detection carried by John Glenn during the Friendship 7 space flight in 1962.
NASA 695 Pair of injector syringes of sterile saline solution used by John Glenn during his NASA training for the Friendship 7 space flight in 1962.
NASA 696 Three wires with small metal disk leads used to monitor John Glenn's vital signs during his Friendship 7 space flight in 1962.
NASA 708 Hand-lettered banner with lettering "NY Aerospace Educational Foundation - America Needs Space to Grow - New York Welcomes STS-95," from the November 1998 celebration in New York City honoring the crew members of Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95.
NASA 709 Cloth tote-bag embossed with the front page of the February 20, 1962 issue of the Dayton Daily News headlined "Tremendous View, Glenn Cries After Finally Blasting Off."
NASA 721 Acrylic disk containing the "1st Knife in Space - Carried by Cmdr. Shepard - May 5, 1961 - Randal Made Knives, Orlando, FL."
NASA 779 Certificate containing a 10 by 1.5 inch piece of stainless steel from the Atlas 109D booster rocket used to launch the Friendship 7 spacecraft on February 20, 1962.
NASA 780 Framed certificate containing a .75 by 3 inch piece of the cableway from the Complex 14 Pad at Cape Canaveral used to launch NASA's Project Mercury space flights in the 1960s.
NASA 781 Minolta Hi-Matic 35mm camera identical to the one used by John Glenn on his Friendship 7 space flight, presented to John Glenn in May 2000 by the Minolta Company and the National Space Development Agency of Japan.
NASA 782 Wooden wall map case with a world map on front, containing nineteen pull-down maps inside of various countries and continents, presented to John Glenn by the National Geographic Society. (from Glenn's Senate office)
NASA 789 Replica of an Aqualite check valve used for the oxygen system of the Friendship 7 spacecraft, encased in a small acrylic model of a Project Mercury spacecraft, c.1960s.
NASA 804 Star chart with constellations over a reverse map of the world made by the Grumman Corporation, used by John Glenn as an emergency navigation aid during his NASA training for the Friendship 7 space flight, 1961-1962.
NASA 805 Buckeye nut carried into space by the crew of Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-70, matted in a shadowbox frame with a "Certificate of Authenticity" signed by the shuttle crew members. (four of five crew members on the flight were Ohio natives)
NASA 1149 Limited edition card containing a certified piece from NASA's former Launch Complex Number 14 at Cape Canaveral, Florida. (the Friendship 7 space flight launched from Number 14; collection also contains cards with pieces from Launch Complexes 5, 19, 26 and 34)
NASA 1162 Cased set of 3 silver spoons produced by NASDA (National Space Development Agency of Japan) in commemoration of astronaut Chiaki Mukai's flight aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95 in 1998.
NASA 1164 Slide rule type device made by the Grumman Corporation featuring a star chart of the constellations over a reverse map of the world, carried by John Glenn as an emergency navigational aid during the Friendship 7 space flight on February 20, 1962.
NASA 1165 Metal, circular, three disk slide rule type device labeled "Satellite Hand Computer" made by the Batori Computer Company, mounted to a small booklet containing four pages of the Mercury Orbit Chart and four pages of normal and emergency procedures, carried by John Glenn aboard his Friendship 7 space flight on February 20, 1962.
NASA 1173 Large "Geographical Position Finder" produced by the National Geographic Society, consisting of maps of the northern and southern hemispheres drawn on polar azimuthal equi-distant projection, upon which are rotating maps of the celestial hemispheres on clear acrylic disks and rotating clear acrylic 24-hour time disks, used by John Glenn to study the constellations during his NASA Project Mercury training.
NASA 1326 Pair of bookends made from a "Hold-Down Stud Frangible Nut" used for the launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95, presented to John Glenn "from your friends at the Kennedy Space Center," 1998.
NASA 1349 Acrylic encased 1 by 1.5 inch fragment, recovered in Africa, of the Atlas 109D booster rocket used to launch John Glenn and the Friendship 7 spacecraft into orbit on February 20, 1962. (framed with a certificate stating John Glenn carried the item aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95 in October-November 1998)
NASA 1354 Fragment of the Atlas 109-D booster rocket used to launch John Glenn and the Friendship 7 spacecraft into orbit on February 20, 1962.
NASA 1358 Umbilical line disconnect plug from the Atlas 109-D booster rocket used to launch John Glenn and the Friendship 7 spacecraft into orbit on February 20, 1962, encased in an acrylic block etched "Last Connection with Earth."
NASA 1363 Hand controller from the Friendship 7 spacecraft flown by John Glenn on February 20, 1962, mounted on a wood base with the thruster mechanism that failed forcing Glenn to take manual control during the second and third orbits of the space flight.
NASA 1510 Acrylic encased one inch circular section of the heat ablation shield from John Glenn's Friendship 7 spacecraft, 1962.
NASA 1511 Acrylic block containing a one inch section of the umbilical cable for the Atlas missile 109D used to boost John Glenn's Friendship 7 spacecraft into orbit on February 20, 1962.
NASA 1513 Silver plate inscribed "God Speed on your STS-95 flight - Senator John Glenn - from World Federation of Neurology - May 11, 1998."
NASA 1532 Bookmark containing a 1.5 inch square piece of the payload bay liner used in the Space Shuttle Discovery during NASA mission STS-95, 1998.
NASA 1533 Circular wooden disk with the mission logo for Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95, with autographs of the crew members, 1998.
NASA 1541 Orbital timer/clock used by John Glenn during his time in space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95, 1998.
NASA 1557 Approximately five by three inch fragment of the Atlas rocket 109D used to boost John Glenn's Friendship 7 spacecraft into orbit on February 20, 1962.
Post-Senate 421 Steuben crystal disk presented to John Glenn by Brown University for Glenn's Stephen A. Ogden Memorial Lecture, May 29, 1999.
Post-Senate 480 Brass copy of the sculpture "The Thinker" on an acrylic base, inscribed "Kentucky Author Forum - Senator John Glenn - University of Louisville - December 13, 1999."
Post-Senate 481 Tiffany crystal orb etched with a map of the world, presented to John Glenn by Teen Ink magazine, May 26, 2000.
Post-Senate 684 Circular, cut glass disk on a stylized marble base presented to John Glenn by the Cuyahoga [Ohio] Community College "In Grateful Appreciation…Speaker, Presidential Scholarship Luncheon, October 7, 1999."
Post-Senate 1170 Crystal block containing an etching of the proposed National Museum of the Marine Corps, c.2002.
Post-Senate 1172 Framed and matted photograph of John Glenn with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, with brass plate inscribed "Peter Nero and the Philly Pops - Voyage Into Space - April 8, 2002 - With Deepest Appreciation to Senator John Glenn," signed on the mat by orchestra members.
Post-Senate 1310 Crystal globe on a triangular crystal base etched "Godspeed John Glenn - 40th Anniversary of Friendship 7 Flight - presented by The Ohio State University," [2002].
Post-Senate 1311 Crystal dome on a wooden base with a brass plate inscribed "Presented to the Honorable John Glenn with grateful appreciation for your efforts on behalf of the Capitol Visitor Center by the U.S. Congress, July 17, 2002."
Post-Senate 1337 Small piece (1.75 by 2 inches) of the original fabric from the 1903 Wright Flyer, matted and framed with a photograph of the Wright Brothers' first flight and "presented to John and Annie Glenn" by Marion D. Wright, Stephen Wright, and Amanda Wright Lane, 2003.
Post-Senate 1360 Glass block etched with the logo of the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, on a wood base with brass plate inscribed "Senator John H. Glenn, Jr. - From Your Friends at Pax River - 28 April 2005."
Post-Senate 1361 Glass block etched with "Foster Thought Leadership" from a partnership between the Battelle Memorial Institute and the John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy, 2005.
Post-Senate 1508 Crystal stars on a black base with plate inscribed "An American Hero, John Glenn - The Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach [CA]…October 22, 2001."
Post-Senate 1509 Pewter plate from the Geneva Association inscribed "29th General Assembly - Washington - 29 May-1 June 2002 - John Glenn."
Senate 21 Cut glass block inscribed "Stopping Cyber Fraud, Federal Agencies United Against Fraud," c.1990s.
Senate 26 Wooden plate with a small metal model of a Wright Flyer, presented to John Glenn by the National Aviation Hall of Fame for being the organization's Master of Ceremonies, July 22, 1995.
Senate 33 Invitation, encapsulated in acrylic, for the launching of the USS Ohio (SSBN726) submarine, presented to John Glenn by the General Dynamics Corporation on April 7, 1979.
Senate 34 Pair of gold colored aviation wings on a small wooden base with plate inscribed "In Appreciation - Naval Aviation Luncheon - April 1978."
Senate 38 Crystal disk mounted on a wooden base from the Ohio Attorney General, presented to John and Annie Glenn "In Appreciation - July 25, 1994."
Senate 109 Framed and matted photograph of the Wright Brothers and their Wright Flyer, presented to John Glenn at the 1998 National Aerospace Conference held at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.
Senate 159 Acrylic block on a wooden base from the Ryan White Foundation, presented to John Glenn as a member of the foundation's Advisory Board of Directors, no date.
Senate 160 Bronze bust of an aviator on a wooden base, presented to John Glenn by the North American Aerospace Defense Command, August 28, 1984.
Senate 174 Toy figure of a bull mounted on a wood stand with a brass plate inscribed "It's time to take the bull by the tail and face the situation, W.C. Fields" presented to John Glenn by Senator Max Cleland apropos Cleland's remarks at the 1997 Senate Campaign Finance Reform Hearings.
Senate 175 Small cheerleader megaphone inscribed John Glenn [High School] Eagles, no date.
Senate 191 Garden trowel with a label inscribed "Ameriflora `92 Ground Breaking [Columbus, Ohio] April 13, 1989."
Senate 195 Bottle of "Wholly Toledo" water from the City of Toledo Department of Public Utilities, no date. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 197 Wooden postal lock box from the old post office in Plain City, Ohio. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 198 Softball with autographs of various Senate office staff members inscribed "Glenn's Right Staff 13 - The Amazing Metz 6," no date.
Senate 200 Football from the 1997 Rose Bowl (OSU vs. Arizona), presented to John Glenn by OSU President E. Gordon Gee.
Senate 201 Empty artillery shell casing with brass plate inscribed "Presented to John Glenn in Appreciation for Safeguarding the Citizens of Akron…Summit Scrap Toxic Clean-up 1992…"
Senate 237 Miniature football inscribed "John Glenn Astro Jets - Fellowship of Christian Athletes," no date.
Senate 239 Metal kazoo presented to John Glenn in March 1987 by Senator Alan K. Simpson as a memento of Simpson's remarks to the White House press corps concerning the media's relationship to President Ronald Reagan.
Senate 240 Baseball inscribed, "Happy Birthday Senator Glenn - Orioles 5 Rangers 3 - July 17, 1990."
Senate 241 Baseball, with wooden stand, inscribed "Inaugural Cleveland Indians Season '94."
Senate 323 White sports towel with "John Glenn Muskies We're #1" in maroon lettering.
Senate 345 Ceramic salt and pepper shakers in the form of an astronaut and an alien in a space craft, dated 1994.
Senate 348 Pen used by President Ronald Reagan to sign into law H.R.1900, the Social Security Amendments of 1983.
Senate 349 Pen used by President Ronald Reagan to sign into law H.R.5090, the United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act of 1988.
Senate 351 Key chain from the Honda Motor Company inscribed, "Quality for the World, First Export to Japan, Accord Coupe, January 26, 1988."
Senate 354 Small Lenox china jar featuring the presidential seal on the lid, from the presidential inauguration of George Bush, January 20, 1989.
Senate 394 Ram's horn mounted on a brass base with plate inscribed "Presented to Senator John Glenn - Hudson Valley Political Action Committee - June 14, 1992."
Senate 404 Plaster sculpture of a mother and child on a wooden base with a brass plate inscribed "John H. Glenn - in recognition and affection for your trust, vision, and selfless devotion to our special children…Give Kids the World - May 1994."
Senate 418 Wooden case containing an American flag and a South Korean flag presented to John Glenn in 1990 by the Korean War Veterans Memorial Board.
Senate 426 Wooden block with a profile cut-out of the Statue of Liberty, presented to John Glenn by the CBS Television Network for his participation in "An American Portrait," December 12, 1984.
Senate 432 Wooden framed hour glass containing 98 seconds of sand from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina presented to John Glenn by Time Magazine on December 17, 1978 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the first powered flight by the Wright Brothers.
Senate 454 Two sets of baseball type cards for members of the U.S. Senate in the 102nd and 103rd Congresses, produced by the National Education Association.
Senate 458 Set of four pewter cups in a custom wooden box, presented to John Glenn by the U.S. Marine Corps when he was guest of honor at the Evening Parade of the Marine Barracks, Washington, DC, August 15, 1997.
Senate 464 Brass bell with wooden handle used by John Glenn as Grand Marshal of the 1990 Rose Bowl Parade.
Senate 465 Regulation size football with white lettering, "Rose Bowl 1990," presented to John Glenn as the Grand Marshal of the Rose Bowl Parade.
Senate 468 Boys Scouts of America neckerchief with patch, "Tournament of Roses Troop 1990 World of Harmony 25 Years," along with rope slide.
Senate 469 Commemorative first day postal cover in an acrylic case for the 1990 Rose Bowl.
Senate 475 Plastic toy "Energizer Bunny" flashlight, presented to John Glenn by his Senate office staff to commemorate his re-election to the U.S. Senate in 1992.
Senate 503 Canvas handbag from "The Magic of Mancini, Hollywood Bowl, June 30, 1996." (John and Annie Glenn were concert guests of Henry Mancini)
Senate 509 Mounted canvas background with a ribbon and scissors from the Federal Building Dedication [Columbus, Ohio], July 7, 1977.
Senate 545 Framed and matted print of a space plane, the X-15 aircraft, and the Wright Flyer, titled "The Century of Flight" with plate inscribed "Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC Visit, May 1989."
Senate 584 Music box labeled, "Dixie Cotton Bale" (plays Dixie), obtained by John Glenn during his 1984 presidential campaign.
Senate 595 Metal facsimile, on acrylic board, of the front page to the November 6, 1974 issue of the Columbus Dispatch with headlines on John Glenn's election to the U.S. Senate.
Senate 602 Commemorative shovel from the groundbreaking ceremony for the Hyatt on Capitol Square and the Capitol Square Office Building (Columbus, Ohio), January 28, 1982.
Senate 603 Commemorative shovel from the groundbreaking ceremony for Ameriflora '92 (Columbus, Ohio), April 13, 1989.
Senate 611 Framed and matted copy of the program for the May 1997 commencement at Capital University (Columbus, Ohio), with two photographs of John Glenn receiving an honorary degree.
Senate 615 Commemorative baseball bat inscribed "Cincinnati Reds National League West Champions 1979" with autographs of team members.
Senate 616 Commemorative baseball bat inscribed "Cincinnati Reds World Champions 1976" with autographs of team members.
Senate 617 Commemorative baseball bat inscribed "Johnny Bench N.L. MVP 1970 & 72 Major League Record HR'S by Catcher - 325"
Senate 618 Commemorative baseball bat inscribed "Cincinnati Reds World Champions 1975" with autographs of team members.
Senate 631 Wooden cut-out "doll" in the shape of a child sent to John Glenn by Child Care Connections of Newark, Ohio in reference to welfare reform, c.1990s. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 635 Framed and matted presentation copy of the Department of Veterans Affairs Act passed by the 100th Congress on January 25, 1988, and signed by President Ronald Reagan on October 23, 1988.
Senate 638 Wooden framed shadowbox containing a triangular-folded U.S. flag, with card stating "This flag was flown over The Oldest Post of the Corps and presented to Senator John H. Glenn…on…the celebration of the 222nd birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps, November 10, 1997."
Senate 656 Pair of bookends fashioned from granite salvaged from renovations made to the west side of the U.S. Capitol Building. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 662 Blue and white ski trail marker from Vail, Colorado named "Glenn's Gamble," 1975.
Senate 680 Felt triangular pennant for the John Glenn High School Eagles, no date.
Senate 681 Hard Hat bowie knife with leather sheath in a wooden shadow-box frame, presented to John Glenn by Senator Wendell Ford of Kentucky, January 19, 1999.
Senate 701 Trophy with a cow figure, a 4-H emblem, "1984," and a brass plate inscribed "John and Annie Glenn - Honorary Members - Newport [Iowa] Rangers 4-H Club." (presented to the Glenns during the 1984 presidential campaign)
Senate 710 Canvas tote-bag embossed with the "John Glenn 84" logo from John Glenn's 1984 presidential campaign.
Senate 728 Brass sculpture of a teacher and a small girl holding a violin, on a circular wooden base with a brass plate inscribed "Teaching with Love - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1983."
Senate 729 Wooden handled brass school bell inscribed "W.G.R. - March 5, 1986," presented to John Glenn by Women in Government Relations.
Senate 730 Oversized wooden gavel from the Senate of the State of Texas, with a brass plate inscribed "Presented to Senator John Glenn - April 22, 1999 - 76th Legislative Session - Lt. Gov. Rick Perry."
Senate 731 Oversized wooden gavel with a brass plate inscribed "Presented to the Honorable John Glenn by James E. `Pete' Laney, Speaker, Texas House of Representatives, used in passage of HCR238 on April 22, 1999."
Senate 751 Oversized wooden gavel with brass plate inscribed "Presented to the Honorable John Glenn - gavel used in his address to the Texas Legislature - January 26, 1983 - Gib Lewis, Speaker."
Senate 752 Wooden gavel with metal plate inscribed "Democratic National Convention - Omni Coliseum Arena - Atlanta, Georgia - July 18-21, 1984."
Senate 753 Wooden gavel with a brass plate inscribed "1980 Democratic National Convention - John Glenn."
Senate 754 Crystal buffalo on a white marble base with a plate inscribed "Presented to the Hon. John Glenn by Jeremy M. Jacobs, September 27, 1983."
Senate 758 Tiffany crystal disk with an etched map of the world, inscribed "Give Kids the World," no date.
Senate 760 Wooden baton with a metal plate inscribed "passed in mid-air by members of the U.S. Army Parachute Team for Senator John Glenn," no date.
Senate 807 Native American peace pipe in a shadowbox frame presented to John Glenn by Reginald and Gladys Laubin of Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 1974.
Senate 1163 Folded U.S. flag in a triangular wooden case with a brass plate inscribed "Presented to the Honorable John H. Glenn, U.S. Senator, on the Commissioning of the U.S.S. Columbus (SSN 762) - 24 July 1993."
Senate 1231 Hand-woven brown, tan, and orange area rug featuring stars and eagles. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 1255 Torpedo shaped metal cylinder inscribed "Sen. John Glenn - Upson Machine Products, Inc. - 1984 S.B.A. Region V Subcontractor of the Year." (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 1256 Drop of crude oil encased in an acrylic cube inscribed with a map of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and "SOHIO - Alaska Crude Oil 1977."
Senate 1309 Clear acrylic block etched "An Evening with the Stars, March 20, 1971 - My Sincere Thanks - John Glenn" and "Glenn" within an outline of the State of Ohio.
Senate 1312 Hand-blown clear glass model of a rocket, no date. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 1316 Small two inch sandstone cube labeled on bottom "Aquia, VA sandstone circa 1800 - from [U.S.] Capitol."
Senate 1317 Small hinged wooden box containing two lead "minnie balls," with brass plate inscribed "Bitin' Bullets," no date. (from Glenn's Senate office)
Senate 1333 Pewter model of a ship's throttle control stanchion, on a wooden base with a glass dome cover and a small plate inscribed "M/V William J. DeLancey - 1981."
Senate 1338 Leather upholstered wooden chair used by John Glenn on the floor of the U.S. Senate from 1975 to 1999.
Senate 1507 Cast bronze bust of Robert F. Kennedy presented to John Glenn in 1969 by Ethel Kennedy.