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Fri Mar 21 17:13:47 2014 UTClccn-n500587640.10Carpenter, Malcolm Scott: Aerospace Engineering, Oceanography0.251.00Telenews55088464Scott_Carpentern 5005876493331Carpenter, M. ScottCarpenter, M. Scott 1925-2013Carpenter, Malcolm Scott, 1925-Carpenter, Malcolm Scott, 1925-2013Carpenter, Scott, 1925-Carpenter, Scott, 1925-2013カーペンター, スコットlccn-n92071511Project Mercury (U.S.)lccn-n2002159320Stoever, Krislccn-n82162268Mallon, Thomas1951-lccn-n79066216Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)np-thomas, rhys fl 2005Thomas, Rhys, fl. 2005pronp-herlihy, edHerlihy, Ednrtlccn-n91020856Burns, Kenneth Lauren, 1953-np-loeterman, ben fl 1979 2011Loeterman, Ben, fl. 1979-2011drtnc-universal newsreelUniversal Newsreelasgnp-grissom, virgil ivan 1926 1967Grissom, Virgil Ivan, 1926-1967spkCarpenter, M. Scott(Malcolm Scott)1925-2013HistoryBiographyFictionUnited StatesAstronautsProject Mercury (U.S.)Carpenter, M. Scott--(Malcolm Scott),Space flightsAeronautics, MilitaryExploration of outer spaceOuter spaceUnderwater explorationSubmarine warfareGlenn, John,Cooper, Gordon,Elizabeth--II,--Queen of Great Britain,Galilei, Galileo,Williams-Ellis, Clough,Alfred,--King of England,Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de,Baylis, Trevor,Mattingly, T. Ken--(Thomas Ken)Duke, Charlie,September 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)Aldrin, BuzzCook, James,Hitler, Adolf,Harrison, John,Military campaignsMoss, Stirling,Young, John--(John Watts),World War (1939-1945)France--NormandyAmerican fictionKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),Eisenhower, Dwight D.--(Dwight David),Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich,Monroe, Marilyn,Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy,Kennedy, Robert F.,FamiliesColorado--VailColoradoBstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho,--Dalai Lama XIV,LynchingBergman, Ingrid,Nixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),Till, Emmett,Milam, J. WDaley, Richard J.,School integrationJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Presley, Elvis,1925201319591960196119621963196519661967196819691970197119721990199119921993199419951997199820002001200220032004200920102011582485120629.45TL789.8.U6ocn853110749ocn853110746ocn853110742ocn853110925ocn853110920ocn853110921ocn853110922ocn853110914ocn853110919ocn853110916ocn045658276254513ocn000414374book19620.21Carpenter, M. ScottWe sevenBy M. Scott Carpenter, L. Gordon Cooper, Jr., John H. Glenn, Jr., Virgil I. Grissom, Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Alan B. Shepard, Jr., Donald K. Slayton+-+48563648967455ocn022279693book19910.13Carpenter, M. ScottThe steel albatrossFictionA renegade fighter pilot is given command of the Steel Albatross to destroy the U.S.S.R. Project Temnota--a secret underwater power plant that can knock out every computer and electronic link in the U.S2562ocn014602088book19620.53Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)Results of the second U.S. Manned orbital space flight, May 24, 1962"This document presents the results of the second United States manned orbital space flight conducted on May 24, 1962. The performance discussions of the spacecraft and launch systems, the modified Mercury Network, mission support personnel, and the astronaut, together with analyses of observed space phenomena and the medical aspects of the mission, form a continuation of the information previously published for the first United States manned orbital flight, conducted on February 20, 1962, and the two manned sub-orbital space flights."--P. iii793ocn000100953book19690.47Carpenter, M. ScottInner space711ocn030901409book19940.17Carpenter, M. ScottDeep flightFictionA techno-thriller on deep sea mining. Off the coast of Guam, navy commander Rick Tallman pilots a stealth submarine to investigate sabotage of a mining ship by terrorists. By the author of The Steel Albatross321ocn853110746com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 43, May 25, 1931321ocn853110920com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 30, 1966321ocn853110749com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 43, May 26, 1960321ocn853110925com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 31, 1965321ocn853110742com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 43, May 24, 1962321ocn853110916com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 29, 1961321ocn853110914com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 28, 1962321ocn853110919com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 30, 1960321ocn853110921com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 30, 1967321ocn853110922com0.63Universal Newsreels, Release 44, May 31, 1930241ocn000452718book19670.66Carpenter, M. ScottExploring space and sea121ocn415440579book20020.13Carpenter, M. ScottFor spacious skies : the uncommon journey of a Mercury astronaut Scott CarpenterHistoryBiographyA Project Mercury astronaut recounts his childhood with a terminally ill parent, his experiences as a Navy pilot and an undersea explorer, and his history-making endeavors aboard the Aurora+-+1219556065101ocn045658276book20000.20Hauserman, Richard MThe inventors of VailHistory81ocn038047268book19620.24Glenn, John HDas Astronautenbuch : sieben amerikanische Weltraumfahrer berichten73ocn492200257book19620.21Carpenter, M. ScottWe seven, by the astronauts themselves+-+485636489611654ocn050404106book20020.19Carpenter, M. ScottFor spacious skies : the uncommon journey of a Mercury astronautHistoryBiographyA Project Mercury astronaut recounts his childhood with a terminally ill parent, his experiences as a Navy pilot and an undersea explorer, and his history-making endeavors aboard the Aurora+-+12195560653644ocn022421993book19910.22Mallon, ThomasAurora 7Fiction+-+0796651065562ocn017589257book19620.79Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter, Aurora 7, May 24, 1962461ocn767806042visu20010.59Roberts, PaulMaking history341ocn019225920book19620.79Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)The earth-orbiting flight of Astronaut Carpenter : three dawns and three dusks in 4 hours and 53 minutes in Aurora 7, May 24, 1962191ocn617445813book20110.66Aurora 7 : the NASA mission reportsHistoryBiography+-+767740174682ocn778995982book20020.13Carpenter, M. ScottFor spacious skies : the uncommon journey of a Mercury astronaut Scott CarpenterHistoryBiographyA Project Mercury astronaut recounts his childhood with a terminally ill parent, his experiences as a Navy pilot and an undersea explorer, and his history-making endeavors aboard the Aurora+-+121955606533ocn080025875visu19591.00TelenewsHistoryPeriodicalsPhotographs AerialTrials, litigation, etcExhibition catalogsRecords (Sports)"National Aeronautics and Space Administration makes announcement; Dr. Keith Glennan introduces astronauts and then asks them how their wives feel about selection"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of Malcolm Carpenter, Leroy Cooper, John Glenn, Virgil Grissom, Walter Schirra, Alan Shepard, Donald Slayton21ocn768523596book20111.00Aurora 7 : the three orbitz of M. Scott Carpenter ; the NASA Mission Reports (from the archives of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration)HistoryBiography+-+767740174611ocn784113437book1.00University of VirginiaTopical filesPhotographsConsists of files on the following topics: death of James Patrick Akins; conviction of Dr. James B. Bell, Jr. for hit and run death of University student Stephen J. Madigan; appointment of Alan S. Boyd as Secretary of Transportation; George William Breck and "The School of Athens"; Erskine Caldwell; visit of astronaut Scott Carpenter; Cobb chemical laboratory fire; College life (Nov. 1965), containing an article entitled "Focus on the University of Virginia"; College rater, a composite index of 700 numerically ranked colleges and universities; Council on Human Relations, Jefferson Chapter; Engineering Public Information Council; Virginia General Assembly; "Hootenanny" [tv show] folk music concert, including photographs of the concert in Memorial Gymnasium; Information Coordinating Board; McCall's magazine "slander" naming UVa the number one drinking school in the United States; closing of McCormick Rd.; and, trees on Grounds11ocn423259074visu19591.00News of the day"Aboard a transport plane, a close-up of what men in space ships and satellites are going to experience when blasted into orbit. The most exciting and dramatic films ever released of weightlessness at zero gravity. At the same time these pictures are released, in Washington the government identifies the seven men vying for the dangerous privilege of being the first American in space. All family men, they went through the most rigorous selection program yet devised. In 1961, the first 'Mercury Astronaut' may be blasted 150 miles above the earth, and returned after 24 hours"--Hearst synopsis sheet. Includes footage of gravity story, space story, Donald Slayton, Alan Shepard, Walter Schirra, Virgil Grissom, John Glenn, Leroy Cooper, Malcolm Carpenter, transport plane, astronauts, Edward Brown, Warren Young11ocn067838407mix0.47Tarver, JackJack Tarver research collectionThe Jack Tarver Research Collection includes logs, indices, one transcript and sound copies of WSB, WABE and WAOK radio programs from the 1950s and the 1960s. Broadcast topics include: interviews with Ralph McGill in which he speaks of his childhood, communism in Guatemala and the Chattahoochee River; radio commentator Louis Lyons' tribute to Ralph McGill; a salute to Henry W. Grady with a re-enactment of his "New South" speech from 1886; commentary on 1964 current events from the radio program "Cracker Crumble"; and a recording of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's Nobel Peace Prize Dinner. Tribute is paid to Dr. King by Atlanta clergymen and politicians, followed by Dr. King's address to the audience11ocn423692740visu19621.00News of the day"Millions shout a welcome to astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., as he travels the traditional hero's route in New York City. Veteran observers call it the greatest turnout Gotham has ever seen. The triple-orbit space conquerer shares his greatest hour of acclaim with his fellow astronauts who ride with him in a 26 car motorcade. A Niagara of confetti and torn paper pours down from the skyscrapers and the roars from the jam-packed crowds resound through the canyon of heroes. The unforgettable scene is documented in a matchless picture record by the News of the day camera crews"--Hearst index card11ocn423693985visu19621.00News of the day"America puts three astronauts in orbit: John Glenn, Scott Carpenter and Walter Schirra. The race for space is accelerated by the developments of new spacecraft and rockets like Gemini, Mariner II and Jupiter designed to land men on the moon"--Hearst synopsis sheet11ocn423693060visu19621.00News of the day"Astronaut Malcolm Scott Carpenter rockets around the world three times and is plucked from the sea by a helicopter after landing 200 miles beyond the target area. There are 35 frightening minutes when the world does not know whether the 37-year-old Navy lieutenant commander is dead or alive--whether the Aurora 7 spacecraft has re-entered the atmosphere or whether it has been incinerated in the 3,000 degree re-entry heat. Then the spacecraft is spotted and word is flashed that Carpenter is safe, sound and serene. Carpenter's three-orbit triumph--America's second manned orbital flight--is part of the continuing investigation leading to a manned flight to the moon and return"--Hearst index card11ocn051147828visu19621.00[M. Scott Carpenter (left) and John Glenn testifying at House subcommittee hearings on the future role of women in space]11ocn153181525mix0.47Dana, BillBill Dana papersWriter, comedian, producer Bill Dana donated his papers to Emerson College in 2005. This collection consists chiefly of annotated working scripts for "The Bill Dana Show" which Dana produced, wrote and starred in, and working scripts and related production materials for "The Steve Allen Show" in which Dana appeared with Steve Allen, Louis Nye, Pat Harrington, Tom Poston, and Don Knotts, and for which Dana was head writer and performer. Also includes letters, photographs, newspaper clippings spanning his career, and manuscripts spanning 1940s-2000s. There are also scrapbooks, and an LP collection of much of his recorded work11ocn707685528art19980.10Carpenter, Malcolm Scott: Aerospace Engineering, OceanographyBiographyDirectories11ocn868785581visu19621.00Block, Herbert"Man alive!"11ocn423385421visu19621.00Telenews"NASA officials reveal replacement due to Donald Slayton heart condition"--Hearst index card+-+4856364896+-+4856364896Fri Mar 21 15:38:03 EDT 2014batch22914