John Glenn Archives

Audiovisuals Subgroup

Series 12: Prints

Sub-Series Location Box Folder Folder Description
Annie Glenn 161-228-6&8c 113 1 Color posters for International Stuttering Awareness Day, October 22, 1998; and National Stuttering Awareness Week, May 11-17 (no year, c.1998).
Family 161-228-6&8c 113 2 Two color prints of hot air balloons, titled 1) Neueste Erfindung, einen Luftballon durch Adler zu regieren 1801, and 2) Ascent of James Sadler at Oxford 1810.
Family 161-228-6&8c 113 3 Black and white matted, limited edition print titled, "The Roadway," by Leslie Cope, c.1970s.
Military 161-228-6&8c 113 4 Black and white print of drawing, "Corsairs Climbing" and "Corsairs Ready for Action," 2 prints, 1950s.
Military 161-228-6&8c 113 5 Black and white print of drawing, "Corsair Taking-off," by Barclay, 1950s.
Military 161-228-6&8c 113 6 Black and white print of drawing, "Pohang by the Sea," by R.G. Smith, drawing of two "Marines VMF-115 aircraft taking off, Compliments of Newport 17 restaurant - Tustin," 1950s.
Military 161-228-6&8c 113 7 Color prints of the Douglas F4D Skyray, D-558-2 Skyrocket and F-86 Sabre Jet Fighter, 1950s.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 8 Color cover of Life Magazine featuring the Mercury 7 astronauts, "First Person reports by the Astronauts," September 14, 1959.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 9 Color cover of Life Magazine featuring "Astronauts' wives, their inner thoughts, worries," autographed by the wives, September 21, 1959.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 10 Color advertisement for the International Space Hall of Fame, Alamogordo, New Mexico, c.1960s.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 11 Color drawing of the Mercury spacecraft with all the Project Mercury mission logos, autographed by Glenn, two copies, c.1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 12 Color cover of Life Magazine featuring John Glenn, Gus Grissom and Alan Shepard, "Exclusive on men picked for space, Astronaut First Team," March 3, 1961.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 13 Black and white matted print of the U.S. Postal Service Project Mercury stamp, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 14 Color print of the U.S. Postal Service Project Mercury stamp, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 15 Black and white illustrations from the National Geographic Society article proof, "America's First Orbital Space Flight," 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 16 Black and white print of the front page of the New York Daily News, "Had Moments of Doubt: Glenn," February 24, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 17 Black and white print of the New York World-Telegram and Sun front page with headline "Wave a Welcome to Col. Glenn: You're Our Hero," March 1, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 18 Color cover of Life Magazine featuring Glenn after his Friendship 7 space flight with headline, "The Glenn Story Nobody Saw," March 2, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 19 Color reproduction of the Life Magazine cover with headline, "My own Story of the Orbit, by John Glenn," March 9, 1962.
NASA 161-228-6&8c 113 20 Black and white technical illustration of the Friendship 7 spacecraft, used to advertise Benson Manufacturing Co. brand tanks, 1962.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 1 Black and white advertising layout for an unknown product with caption, "He invented it. John Glenn wore it into orbit," 1960s.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 2 Black and white print of a photograph of the Project Mercury astronauts' wives, captioned "The Women Behind the U.S. Astronauts," taken at press conference in New York, March 7, 1962.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 3 Color print of the control panel for NASA's Project Mercury spacecraft, 2 copies, 1960s.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 4 Color poster of Glenn with an Eagle Scout, Boy Scout and Cub Scout, captioned "Astronaut John Glenn says Scouting is All-OK Join Today," Boy Scouts of America, 1960s.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 5 Color print of a stained glass window in Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, featuring John Glenn in spacesuit, titled "Human Endeavor Windows," installed in 1964.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 6 Black and white drawing of a U.S. Postage stamp featuring Roger Chaffee, Ed White, and Gus Grissom, "Come, my Friends, tis not too late to seek a newer world," inscribed to Glenn from Bob Drinon, c.1973.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 7 Black and white print of Glenn by Milton Caniff, awarded to Glenn at his induction into the Aviation Hall of Fame, Dayton, July 24, 1976.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 8 Black and white prints of Milton Caniff drawings of various people inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame, 1980s.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 9 Color poster from Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio, "If you get your start here, you can go anywhere," John Glenn, c.1998.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 10 Color humorous print "The Effects of Space Flight on Aging," featuring a manipulated photograph of the STS-95 crew with Glenn changed to look younger while other crew members look older, signed by mission staff, c.1998.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 11 Color print of the Space Shuttle Discovery Mission STS-95 crew members, October 29, 1998.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 12 Double-sided color posters from the New York Daily News commemorating Glenn's Friendship 7 and STS-95 space flights, with caption, "Godspeed John Glenn," 1998.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 13 Color print, matted greeting for the STS-95 mission, includes pictures of Glenn and crew, with caption, "Godspeed John Glenn and the crew of Discovery," from American Greetings, NASA Lewis Research Center, and the Greater Cleveland Community, 1998.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 14 Two black and white prints of sketches of the crew members for the Space Shuttle Discovery Mission STS-95, by Martin Morales, Madrid, Spain, c.1999.
NASA 161-228-5&7c 114 15 Color print of Glenn in spacesuit, left half of face is from a 1962 photo, right half of face is from a 1998 photo, produced for the YMCA annual report, "Exceeding Expectations," 1999.
Corporate 161-228-5&7c 114 16 Black and white print with a photo montage from the Ohio Special Olympics at the Ohio State University, Ohio Stadium, June 22-23, 1973.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 17 Color original cover of the Saturday Evening Post, "Why John Glenn is entering Politics," February 22, 1964.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 18 Color, scanned reproduction mounted on foamcore board of the Parade Magazine cover, "Should John Glenn be President?" June 13, 1982.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 19 Color, cover of Ohio Magazine featuring John and Annie as teenagers sitting in Glenn's convertible car, October 1983 issue.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 20 Black and white print from Glenn's 1984 presidential campaign, "New Horizons, Glenn 1984," featuring sketches of Glenn in suit and tie and in spacesuit.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 21 Set of four color, signed, limited edition prints by Richard W. Prayton commissioned by the Lockheed Corporation for use in 1984 advertisement programs, printed September 10, 1984.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 22 Color limited edition print, "Iron Eyes," by Bob Timberlake, autographed by Iron Eyes Cody, 1986.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 23 Signed, limited edition color print captioned, "Pittsburgh Flight to the Future," by George Stephen Gaadt, 1990s.
Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 24 Iridescent gold embossed print of the Iwo Jima Monument with caption, "So Proudly We Hail," inscribed to Glenn by Major General Hollis Davison, December 13, 1991.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 25 Color poster from the National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century, autographed by Glenn and Dick Riley, September 1999.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 26 Black and white card with a photograph of King Hussein I of Jordan, from the Noor Al Hussein Foundation, 2000.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 27 Color, signed, limited edition print of the Cuyahoga-Campbell Road Bridge, by Adam Misztal, 2000.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 28 Black and white, pen and ink drawing of Glenn's boyhood home in New Concord, Ohio renovated as the John and Annie Glenn Museum, 2001.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 29 Color, photo montage of events for Recreation Unlimited (Glenn was 2002 celebrity honoree), 2002.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 30 Signed limited edition print "From Cockpit to Orbit," by Hank Caruso featuring "aerocatures" of the aircraft and spacecraft flown by John Glenn, 2005.
Post-Senate 161-228-5&7c 114 31 Print of a watercolor of the National Museum of the Marine Corps, by Jack Dyer, 2007.
Annie Glenn 161-259-5&8c 115 1 Color poster for the Council for Better Hearing and Speech, inscribed to the Glenns and signed by actress Florence Henderson, May 2, 1985.
Annie Glenn 161-259-5&8c 115 2 Color poster from the National Association for Hearing and Speech featuring "The Message" statue by Jane Hanulton, "Communication: The Human Connection," c.1986.
Military 161-259-5&8c 115 3 Black and white print, "Crusader Champs," featuring a photograph of Vought Aircraft President Sol Love and Glenn holding the joy stick from Operation Bullet, no date.
Military 161-259-5&8c 115 4 Print, including drawing and text, of the Chance Vought's Crusader Glenn flew in Operation Bullet, from an article in Aviation Week, "Bullet, the Shot that Traveled 2,445 miles," September 9, 1957.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 5 Black and white print featuring a photograph of an old man in a space helmet, with caption "You guys said it would be a SHORT trip," inscribed "To Lt. Col. John Glenn from Atlas/Mercury launch crew at AMR," with signatures, c.1962.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 6 Color poster from a Space Station advertisement depicting Astronaut Neil Armstrong standing on the moon next to the American flag, produced by Rockwell International, no date.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 7 Color poster of a space shuttle on the launch pad with vignettes of Glenn and other astronauts with caption, "Marines…Air, Land, Sea and Space," no date.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 8 Color limited edition print depicting a space shuttle landing with a super-imposed eagle flying above it, no date.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 9 Color poster of "Alan B. Shepard Jr., First American in Space, May 5, 1961," inscribed, "To Annie and John with appreciation for our friendship! Alan Shepard," no date., c.1990s.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 10 Color poster, "An American Hero's Return to Space," published by the newspaper Florida Today, featuring a photograph of Glenn in his STS-95 spacesuit and image from his 1962 space flight, 1998.
NASA 161-259-5&8c 115 11 Color poster of an advertisement for ethanol fuel depicting a Space Shuttle Endeavor liftoff, produced by the Ohio Corn Marketing Program and signed by members of the Ohio Corn Growers Association, c.1998.
Corporate 161-259-5&8c 115 12 Color, aerial view, architectural rendering of an unidentified Holiday Inn hotel resort, c.1990s.
Corporate 161-259-5&8c 115 13 Color, front facade view, architectural rendering of an unidentified Holiday Inn hotel resort, c.1990s.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 14 Black and white, signed, limited edition print entitled "Arctic Hunter," of a polar bear, by Fred Machetanz, no date.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 15 Black and white, signed, limited edition print entitled "Proud Master" of a smiling Eskimo girl and her dog, by Fred Machetanz, no date.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 16 Color print commemorating the 35th Anniversary of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels flight team, inscribed to Glenn, 1981.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 17 Color, signed, limited edition print of green moons and elliptical paths, by Ron Pataky, 1981.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 18 Color, signed, limited edition print of moons and planets, by Ron Pataky, 1981.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 19 Color, signed, limited edition print of space with several moons and planets, by Ron Pataky, 1982.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 20 Color, signed, limited edition print, "Annie's Dream," by Ron Pataky, 1983.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 21 Color, signed, limited edition print, "A New Dawn," by Ron Pataky, 1983.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 22 Color, signed, limited edition print of the 18th hole at the Muirfield Village Golf Club Memorial Tournament, by Samuel Ingwersen, 1989.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 23 Color print of a montage of Ohio Veterans Homes, by Pat Ahnerwood, 1993.
Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 24 Color poster featuring a photograph of Vice President Al Gore and Tipper Gore, with text of Gore's speech from the 1996 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Post-Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 25 Signed, limited edition color print of Earth in a stylized universe, by Victor Stabil, no date.
Post-Senate 161-259-5&8c 115 26 Color print of an AV-8B Harrier II jet of the Marine Attack Squadron 311, signed by the squadron pilots, circa 2006.
Military 161-231-8 972 8 Framed print of an F8U-1 Crusader jet aircraft, c.1957.
Military 161-229-6 972 17 Framed print of an F8U-1 Crusader jet aircraft in flight, c.1957.
Military 161-271-1 972 32 Framed, limited edition print, "Thunder Over the Patuxent - U.S. Naval Test Pilot School - Golden Anniversary," by John Shaw, 1995, signed by JHG and other noted naval test pilots.
Military B1-21-12 972 242 Framed and matted, black and white, signed limited edition print of a Chance Vought Corsair fighter/bomber aircraft, by Joe Milich, 1981.
NASA 161-231-4 973 4 Framed and matted print of the front page to the January 1, 1998 issue of the Columbus Dispatch newspaper headlined, "Glenn Still Has the Stuff."
NASA 161-229-3 973 14 Framed commemorative print of the Challenger Space Shuttle crew inscribed to JHG as a member of the Board of Directors, Challenger Center for Space Science Education, October 29, 1987.
NASA 161-270-10 973 31 Framed print of a Mercury spacecraft surrounded by the logos of the six Project Mercury space flights, circa 1960s.
NASA 161-271-2 973 33 Framed poster from General Dynamics Space System Division commemorating the 30th anniversary of the first successful Atlas rocket flight, December 17, 1957, and the 25th anniversary of the first Mercury-Atlas orbital flight, February 20, 1962 (Friendship 7).
NASA 161-271-4 973 35 Framed print of the Friendship 7 spacecraft with inscription on mat, "To John Glenn with Admiration from Tom Daschle and the Democratic Caucus, 105th Congress, June 16, 1998," signed by members of the caucus.
NASA 161-271-6 973 37 Framed and matted facsimile of the front page to the March 1, 1962 extra printed by the New York World-Telegram newspaper headlined, "Wave a Welcome to Col. Glenn - You're Our Hero!" featuring a photograph of JHG and family.
NASA 161-271-9 973 40 Framed original print containing a caricature of John Glenn in his STS-95 space suit, by James Warren.
NASA 161-260-5 973 46 Framed print of an image of the Friendship 7 spacecraft, with Burmese script inscribed, "To NASA," no date, circa 1960s.
NASA 161-242-2 973 109 Framed limited edition, signed, space themed print by Ron Pataky, 1981.
NASA 141-132.2-8 973 135 Framed, limited edition, signed print "Reaching for the Stars," by Alan Bean, signed on the mat by various Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab astronauts, 1997.
NASA 161-313-3 973 147 Limited edition, signed print "In the Beginning," by Alan Bean, commemorating the Apollo Space Program, signed by various Apollo astronauts, 1993.
NASA 161-313-4 973 148 Poster containing charcoal portraits, and signatures, of the Mercury Space Program astronauts, with the words, "Parting Message from the Seven Mercury Astronauts on their visit to Convair-Astronautics, 1959, Do Good Work!"
NASA 161-232-1-10 973 149 Foamboard mounted set of ten posters, "New York City Salutes John Glenn and the Crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery," including posters featuring six photographs of the crew taken during the space flight; a photograph of John Glenn in his STS-95 spacesuit; an image of the Space Shuttle Discovery in orbit; a group photograph of the STS-95 crew; a photograph of John Glenn during the 1962 Friendship 7 space flight; a photograph of John Glenn with an astrolabe, circa 1962; a photograph of John Glenn training during the Mercury Space Program; a group photograph of the STS-95 crew during the flight; a photograph of the STS-95 launch; and an image of the STS-95 crew shoulder patch.
NASA 161-314-2 973 161 Poster from NASA commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Friendship 7 space flight, "John H. Glenn, Jr. - Friendship 7 - First American in Orbit - 1962-1987."
NASA 161-314-3 973 162 Poster from the Mercury 7 Foundation commemorating "United States Manned Space Flight - 30th Anniversary - The Mercury 7 Astronauts," 1991.
NASA 161-314-5 973 164 Signed, limited edition print of a space shuttle in orbit, by Arthur C. Blatchin (sp?), no date.
NASA 161-314-6 973 165 Signed, limited edition print featuring a photograph of Florida taken from space, a dolphin, and a space shuttle during launch, by Arthur C. Blatchin (sp?), no date.
NASA 161-314-8 973 167 Poster depicting the history of Soviet aeronautics and aerospace development, no date.
NASA 161-314-10 973 169 Print with a fanciful drawing of a space walking astronaut complete with a branding iron, cowboy hat, and boots captioned, "Texas - Still in the Frontier Business," by Larry Keith, 1984.
NASA 161-307-1 973 172 Framed, limited edition print, "The Giants Travel in Friendship's Shadow," by Brian Sullivan, 1982.
NASA 161-307-3 973 174 Framed, limited edition print, "Naval Aviation in Space," by R.L. Rasmussen for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, signed by JHG and eight other naval astronauts- Shepard, Armstrong, Conrad, Lovell, Schirra, Hauck, Lousma, and Cernan.
NASA 161-241-2 973 217 Framed and matted poster for the dedication of the NASA John Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field in Cleveland, Ohio, March 1, 1999. (back side)
NASA 161-241-1 973 218 Framed and matted poster for the dedication of the NASA John Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field in Cleveland, Ohio, March 1, 1999. (front side)
NASA 161-300-2 973 226 Framed and matted print of the Wright Brothers, Neil Armstrong, a space shuttle, and the moon, with brass plate inscribed, "National Aviation Hall of Fame National Service Award, presented to John H. Glenn, December 17, 1998."
NASA B1-21-1 973 231 Framed and matted limited edition print of the lift-off of an Atlas/Mercury rocket, by Patrick A. Eby, 1998, titled "Mercury and Beyond," autographed by five Mercury astronauts, with a brass plate presenting the print to JHG from William Cohen, U.S. Secretary of Defense, December 4, 1998.
NASA B1-21-2 973 232 Framed and matted set of three magazine covers featuring JHG's space missions - Time magazine, August 17, 1998 issue; Time magazine, March 2, 1962 issue; and Newsweek magazine, October 26, 1998 issue, with plate inscribed, "The Schliefer Family and the Newport School, 1998."
NASA B1-21-14a 973 244 Framed print of the official Ohio portrait of JHG commissioned by the Ohio Chamber of Commerce after the Friendship 7 space flight and presented to the Ohio Historical Society in 1962.
NASA B2-20-3 973 267 Framed and matted front cover of the March 5, 1962 issue of Newsweek magazine, featuring a photograph of JHG in his Mercury Program space suit.
NASA 161-258-1 973 272 Framed and matted artist's proof print, "Reaching for the Stars," by Alan Bean, with the autographs of 25 former astronauts from the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab Programs, 1997.
NASA B2-20-10 973 276 Framed and matted small, limited edition poster commemorating JHG's return to space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-95, 1998.
NASA 161-258-5 973 284 Foam core mounted poster advertising JHG's lecture on the 40th anniversary of his Friendship 7 space flight, given as a von Braun Memorial Lecture at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, February 20, 2002.
NASA 161-258-7 973 286 Poster board mounted, color print of the control panel for a Mercury Program space craft, no date, circa 1961.
NASA 161-258-8 973 287 Poster board mounted, life-size, color print of the control panel for a Mercury Program space craft, no date, circa 1961.
NASA B4-21-3 973 302 Framed and matted original Japanese wood block print of a stylized figure, signed by the artist, Shiko Munakata, no date.
NASA B4-21-4 973 303 Framed and matted print of a Japanese woman, reproduction from an original by noted ukiyo-e artist, Utamaro Kitagawa, no date.
NASA B4-21-5 973 304 Pair of matted color prints (one framed) of the brothers Wakanohana and Takanohana, two noted Japanese sumo wrestlers, given to John Glenn during the STS-95 crew visit to Japan in 1999.
NASA 161-314-13 973 309 NASA poster titled "First Man in Space" commemorating the 25th anniversary of Alan Shepard's Freedom 7 space flight, signed by Alan Shepard, 1986.
NASA 161-314-14 973 310 Signed, numbered, limited edition, three-plate print titled "Gathering of Eagles 1987," by Jay Ashurst, done for the Air Command and Staff College Foundation, featuring noted aviators and their aircraft, including John Glenn and the Friendship 7 spacecraft.
NASA 161-314-15 973 311 Signed, numbered, limited edition, three-plate print titled "Gathering of Eagles 1995," by Mike Machat, done for the Air Command and Staff College Foundation, featuring noted aviators and their aircraft, including John Glenn and the Friendship 7 spacecraft.
NASA 161-314-20 973 316 Poster commemorating the 40th anniversary of NASA titled "40 Years of Space Exploration, 1958-1998."
NASA 161-314-21 973 317 Poster from the United Space Alliance titled "A Hero Returns to Space," featuring a photograph of John Glenn in his Project Mercury spacesuit and a photograph of a space shuttle launch, 1998.
NASA 161-314-22 973 318 Promotional poster, featuring John Glenn in his Space Shuttle Discovery Mission STS-95 spacesuit, for the Boeing Company sponsored PBS documentary titled "John Glenn, American Hero," 1998.
NASA 161-314-25 973 321 Poster featuring portraits of the 1990 through 2003 inductees into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.
NASA 161-314-27 973 323 Color print of the Friendship 7 spacecraft in orbit by Keith Ferris, n.d., circa 1960s.
Corporate 161-231-6 974 6 Framed print of a Boy Scout leader by Norman Rockwell, with a brass plate inscribed, "In Appreciation to John H. Glenn, Annual Dinner Speaker, Chattahoochee Council, B.S.A., January 29, 1969."
Corporate 161-260-11 974 52 Framed architectural rendering of the Holiday Inn, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, by Archeon, Inc. Architects and Engineers, 1990.
Senate 161-231-1 975 1 Framed architectural rendering of a proposed building for the Columbus Center, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, done by HOK Architects, Inc., Greenville, South Carolina, no date.
Senate 161-231-2 975 2 Framed, signed, limited edition print of wild turkeys by Guy Coheleach, no date.
Senate 161-231-3 975 3 Framed, limited edition prints of ducks presented to JHG by the Ohio Chapter, Nature Conservancy, for his efforts "in Preservation of Erie Sand Barren Prairie," 1983.
Senate 161-231-5 975 5 Framed, limited edition print titled "Algorithmic Dream" by Cranston/Csuri Company of Columbus, Ohio, 1983. (computer based art print)
Senate 161-231-7 975 7 Framed print of the Columbus Speech and Hearing Center with a plate inscribed to John and Annie Glenn, 1998.
Senate 161-231-9 975 9 Framed print of a rose with a 1st day cover and U.S. postal stamps of roses (1982), inscribed to "Senator John Glenn- Politics is like a Rose, It has its Beauty and Thorny Issues."
Senate 161-231-10 975 10 Framed, limited edition print of buildings and locations in Gallipolis, Ohio, with a plate inscribed, "Presented to U.S. Senator John Glenn by the Citizens of Gallia County, June 23, 1990."
Senate 161-231-11 975 11 Framed, limited edition print of Blennerhassett Island, by Howard H. McGinnis, 1983.
Senate 161-229-1 975 12 Framed, signed, limited edition print titled, "Naval Aviation - 75th Anniversary Commemoration," by R.L. Rasmussen published by the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, autographed by JHG and others.
Senate 161-229-2 975 13 Framed, signed, limited edition print titled, "Power - Rockwell B-1B Bomber," by Dru Blair, 1989.
Senate 161-229-4 975 15 Framed, artist proof print titled, "The Fighting 6th Cavalry," by Larry Osborn, 1981.
Senate 161-229-5 975 16 Framed, signed, limited edition print titled, "Rome's Heritage," featuring buildings and locations in Rome, Georgia, by Susan Simmons, 1983.
Senate 161-229-7 975 18 Framed poster invitation from JHG's 1984 presidential campaign, "Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Brock and Mr. & Mrs. Edwin L. Cox, Jr. invite you to join them for cocktails and buffet honoring U.S. Senator & Mrs. John Glenn, October 14, 1983."
Senate 161-229-8 975 19 Framed poster pertaining to H.R. 1151, "Thanks Congress for Protecting Consumer Access to Credit Unions!" from the National Association of Federal Credit Unions, signed by employees of Cinfed Credit Union, 1998.
Senate 161-229-10 975 21 Framed space themed print, inscribed to JHG, from the Webster Presbyterian Church's "John Glenn Day" February 22, 1987 and signed by members of the congregation.
Senate 161-270-1 975 22 Framed poster for the "Mission to Mars" traveling exhibit at COSI in Columbus, Ohio, January-June 1991, signed by JHG.
Senate 161-270-2 975 23 Framed, limited edition print containing a photograph of U.S. Marines raising the flag over Mount Suribachi on February 23, 1945, printed in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima, inscribed to JHG by the photographer, Joe Rosenthal.
Senate 161-270-3 975 24 Framed, limited edition print of the steeple of Independence Hall, by C. Pettigrew, 1983.
Senate 161-270-4 975 25 Framed poster, "National Osteoporosis Prevention Week, May 13-19, 1990...John Glenn, national chairperson."
Senate 161-270-5 975 26 Framed illustration of a little boy and a cat looking out a window at the stars inscribed, "Presented to Senator John Glenn for his commitment to bringing HIPPY to America's children and families - HIPPY USA 10th Anniversary Celebration - April 29, 1998."
Senate 161-270-6 975 27 Framed, limited edition, signed three dimensional print titled, "Lights on Broadway," by Szymal, c.1995.
Senate 161-270-7 975 28 Framed, limited edition, signed print titled, "Appalachian Spring," by Ben Hampton, 1974, inscribed to JHG by the artist.
Senate 161-270-8 975 29 Framed print of the U.S. Capitol Building with a plate inscribed, "Congressional Marines Breakfast - Botanic Gardens - U.S. Capitol - Washington DC, 12 June 1991 - Host, Senator John Glenn - Speaker, Gen. A.M. Grey - Congressional Coordinator, Howard Wills," with mat signed by the various participants.
Senate 161-270-9 975 30 Framed poster from the National Osteoporosis Foundation titled, "Changing the Shape of Your Future," 1984.
Senate 161-271-3 975 34 Framed print of William MacLeod's 1844 painting of "A Glimpse of the Capitol at Washington," 1973.
Senate 161-271-5 975 36 Framed poster, "In the American Tradition" from the Cuyahoga County Department of Development, signed by the county commissioners and inscribed to John Glenn, "In Appreciation of Your Continued Support for the Community Development Block Grant Program in Cuyahoga County," 1989.
Senate 161-271-7 975 38 Framed poster from the 1984 presidential campaign, "John Glenn for President - Vote Super Tues. - March 13."
Senate 161-271-8 975 39 Framed, limited edition, signed, print, "New Concord" (Ohio) by Vicki Burton, 1986.
Senate 161-260-1 975 42 Framed, signed print for Ameriflora `92, "Columbus Day - USA - October 1988."
Senate 161-260-2 975 43 Framed, limited edition print of a 1944 landscape painting by Senator Robert Byrd.
Senate 161-260-3 975 44 Framed, limited edition, signed, print from the Air Force Institute of Technology, by Gene Lehman, 1991.
Senate 161-260-4 975 45 Framed, limited edition, signed, print, "Nothing is more precious than the kids of the world - Give Kids the World," by Jay P. McCarthy, no date.
Senate 161-260-6 975 47 Framed, signed, print of the U.S. Capitol Building presented by the Kenton (Ohio) Middle School in 1997, inscribed to JHG by the artist, Larry M. Justice, 1996.
Senate 161-260-7 975 48 Framed, hand-colored print of the Ross County (Ohio) Courthouse, by Alton Gray, no date.
Senate 161-260-8 975 49 Framed, limited edition print of a bi-plane and pilot titled, "Tomorrow the Moon," from the OX5 Club of America.
Senate 161-260-9 975 50 Framed campaign poster, "John Glenn - U.S. Senate," 1986.
Senate 161-260-10 975 51 Framed poster, "The Wright Spirit" from the B-2 Stealth Bomber Naming Ceremony for the "Spirit of Ohio" at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (Ohio), July 18, 1997, inscribed to JHG and signed by the aircraft's pilots.
Senate 161-244-8 975 60 Framed print of the submarine, USS Ohio (SSBN 726) with a plate inscribed to JHG from J. William Middendorf, Secretary of the Navy, 1979.
Senate 161-260-12 975 63 Framed print of a B-52 Bomber with a plate inscribed to JHG from Offutt Air Force Base (Nebraska), 1984.
Senate 161-233-1 975 136 Framed, limited edition, signed print of Charleston, South Carolina, titled "Mellowed by Time," by Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, no date.
Senate 161-233-7 975 142 Framed print of various Hindu figures obtained by JHG during a trip to Nepal in November 1984.
Senate 161-313-9 975 157 Draft of a poster for JHG's 1970 senate campaign containing his photograph and "Once in a great while a man like John Glenn comes along - and we're glad he's a Democrat," along with three mock-ups for campaign television commercials.
Senate 161-314-4 975 163 Poster from the "Peter Max/Exhibition - Homage to an American Hero - A Tribute to Senator John Glenn - Washington D.C. - May 25, 1994" (autographed by JHG and Peter Max).
Senate 161-314-7 975 166 Signed, limited edition print of frogs by J. Petro, 1991, inscribed by the artist, "Best wishes to Senator John Glenn - Sept. 92."
Senate 161-314-9 975 168 Poster depicting Soviet industry and technology with the caption, "We will be zealous and economical - thus will the wealth of the motherland become great" (translation), given to JHG in 1995 at the 150th birthday celebration of the University of Cincinnati Observatory.
Senate 161-314-11 975 170 Signed, limited edition print of the Battle of Britain titled, "Height of the Battle," by Geoff Nutkins, 1985.
Senate 161-313-13 975 171 Architectural drawing of a proposed Aerospace Center near the NASA Lewis Research Center in Brook Park and Cleveland, Ohio, drawn for the Tech Park Development Company, no date, circa 1990s (three copies).
Senate 161-307-2 975 173 Framed print, "Building Blocks for America - The Community Development Block Grant - Meeting Needs at Home, In the Family, and Throughout the Neighborhood," inscribed to JHG by the Cuyahoga County Department of Development and signed by the county commissioners.
Senate 161-307-5 975 176 Framed poster, "Changing the Shape of Your Future," for the National Osteoporosis Prevention Week of May 12-18, 1991 (JHG was one of the National Chairpersons).
Senate 161-233-10 975 180 Framed poster from JHG's 1986 Senate re-election campaign, "Re-elect Senator John Glenn - Strength and Integrity - An Ohio Tradition."
Senate 161-300-4 975 228 Framed and matted Christmas print by Harry Davis, artist's proof inscribed to John H. Glenn, 1983.
Senate B1-21-13 975 243 Framed and matted copy of the Bill of Rights, autographed by Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush, no date.
Senate B2-21-1 975 246 Framed and matted, signed, limited edition print of a covey of quail in a woodland setting, by Durant Ball, circa 1981.
Senate B2-21-2 975 247 Signed, limited edition print, in custom portfolio, of Robert F. Kennedy, by LeRoy Neiman, given to John and Annie Glenn by Ethel Kennedy for Christmas 1971.
Senate B4-21-6 975 305 Framed and matted original Chinese print on silk of a mountain scene, with a poem in Chinese characters containing a "summer in the mountains" theme, no date.
Senate B4-21-7 975 306 Framed and matted original Chinese print of a leaping tiger, no date.
Senate 161-314-17 975 313 Print from the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum titled "Detail from the Space Mural, A Cosmic View," signed by the artist, Robert T. McCall, and presented to John Glenn in 1984 by Eugene A. Cernan.
Post-Senate B2-21-5 976 251 Framed and matted copy of the front cover to JHG's autobiography, "John Glenn: A Memoir," 1999.
Post-Senate B2-20-6 976 270 Framed and matted limited edition lithograph from the historic photograph of the Wright Brothers' first flight in 1903, issued by History in Images to commemorate the 100th anniversary of manned powered flight, 2003.
Post-Senate B2-20-7 976 271 Framed and matted copy of the Thomas Suddes editorial column on the John Glenn Institute printed in the September 15, 1999 issue of the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper.
Post-Senate B2-20-8 976 274 Framed and matted poster, "Christine's Wish" from the Give Kids the World Foundation, 2000.
Post-Senate 161-258-6 976 285 Foam core mounted poster advertising "Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, Voyage into Space with John Glenn," April 8, 2002.
Post-Senate B1-22-1 976 292 Framed and matted, numbered limited edition reproduction of the "Honorary Aircraft Pilot Certificate Number 1" given to Orville Wright in 1940 by the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority (given to John Glenn in 2003 by the Engineers Club of Dayton to commemorate the Centennial of Flight).
Post-Senate B1-22-2 976 293 Framed and matted front cover of the June 29, 2003 issue of Parade magazine featuring John Glenn's "The Wonder of Flight" article.
Post-Senate B1-22-3 976 294 Framed and matted print from NASA commemorating the 100th anniversary of the first powered flight by the Wright Brothers in 1903.
Post-Senate B1-22-4 976 295 Framed and matted print "Celebrating One Hundred Years of Powered Flight 1903-2003" featuring dozens of historic aircraft, with plate inscribed "Presented to John H. Glenn, Jr. - for inspiring America through your significant historical contributions to the past 100 years of powered flight - NASA - July 18, 2003."
Post-Senate B1-22-7 976 296 Framed and matted presentation copy print titled "Space…The Pioneers," by B.L. Rasmussen, 2002, featuring an Atlas/Mercury rocket in flight and the signatures of John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Wally Schirra, and Gordon Cooper.
Post-Senate B1-22-8 976 298 Matted print on service-learning from the W.K Kellogg Foundation, signed by John Glenn as chairman of the National Commission on Service-Learning, July 2002.
Post-Senate B1-22-10 976 300 Framed and matted rendering of the John and Annie Glenn Museum in New Concord, Ohio, by the architectural firm of Stubbs and Addis, Inc., no date, c.1999.
Post-Senate 161-314-18 976 314 Poster from the National Senior Citizens Education and Research Center titled "Older Workers Meeting the Challenge of the 21st Century, Celebrate Older Workers Week, March 14th - 20th, 1999," featuring a photograph of John Glenn in his Space Shuttle Discovery Mission STS-95 space suit.
Post-Senate 161-314-19 976 315 Signed, numbered, limited edition print titled "Born to Fly, Born to Lead," featuring a collage of noted aviators and aviation pioneers, 2002.
Post-Senate 161-314-24 976 320 Promotional poster for "Inventing Flight, The Centennial Celebration - July 3-20, 2003 - Dayton, Ohio."
Post-Senate 161-314-26 976 322 Signed, numbered, limited edition print commemorating the 100th anniversary of manned flight, by Paul Melia, featuring various historic aircraft, given to John Glenn by the National Aviation Hall of Fame, 2003.
Post-Senate 161-314-30 976 327 Print of a guitar body design featuring a portrait of John Glenn, the launch of the Friendship 7 spacecraft, and the logo of Glenn's Mercury 6 mission, created by Bruce J. Kunkel of Kunkel Guitars, Nashville, Tennessee, October 14, 2004.
Annie Glenn 161-229-9 977 20 Framed, limited edition print titled, "Ohio" by P. Buckley Moss, given to Annie Glenn in 1996.
Annie Glenn 161-271-10 977 41 Framed print of the "Conneaut Creek Covered Bridge" with a plate inscribed, "Annie C. Glenn - Goodwill Industries - Ashtabula - Golden Anniversary - May 1, 1985."
Annie Glenn 161-307-8 977 250 Framed and matted limited edition print of a quilting bee, by M.L. Jackson, no date.
Annie Glenn 161-314-16 977 312 Poster from Friends: The Association of Young People Who Stutter titled "If You Stutter You Have Friends," featuring twenty-two celebrities who have a speech impediment, including Annie Glenn, 1998.
Annie Glenn 161-314-23 977 319 Signed, numbered, limited edition print titled "Seven Gables," by Mary Lou Troutman, of the hotel near Patuxent Naval Air Station where John and Annie Glenn lived temporarily during the 1950s.