4 finding aid(s) found containing the word(s) Mars (Planet).

  1. Thomas O. Paine papers, 1931-1992

    64,000 items. 183 containers. 73 linear feet. 1 microfilm reel. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Engineer, corporate executive, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration official. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes of meetings, appointment books, family and genealogical papers, and printed matter chiefly relating to Paine's engineering career with General Electric Company and Northrop Corporation and as deputy and acting administrator at NASA, where he directed seven Apollo missions, including the first to the moon.

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  2. Thomas R. Yanosky collection, 1928-1996

    450 items; 3.5 linear feet. -- Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    The Thomas R. Yanosky Collection relates largely to his cartographic and artistic careers and accomplishments. Included are items documenting is contributions to shaded-relief mapping, as well as his study of color and design in cartography; materials pertaining to his experience as an instructor at the Army Map Training Center; and samples of his own artwork. A second section of the collection contains materials relating to his colleague, Mylon Merriam, and documents Merriam's participation in the Eclipse Exepdition to Rebun Jima, Japan, in 1948; his collaboration with Dr. Eduard Imhof in Zurich, Switzerland; and information concerning various films and publications produced during his career at the U.S. Army Map Service. The Merriam section supplements a separate collection of Merriam maps and papers donated to the Library in 1983.

  3. Asaph Hall papers, 1837-1998

    1,180 items. 10 containers plus 2 oversize. 4.8 linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Astronomer. Correspondence, diaries, journals, speeches, writings, scientific notebooks, biographical material, family papers, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating to astronomers Asaph Hall, III, (1829-1907) and his son, Asaph Hall, IV, (1859-1930). Documents the career of Asaph Hall, III, (1829-1907) at the United States Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C. and to his discovery of the moons of Mars.

  4. The Seth MacFarlane collection of the Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan archive, 1860-2004

    595,000 items. 1,705 containers plus 1 classified, 38 oversize, and 19,163 digital files (242.6 MB). 690.6 linear feet. 1 microfilm reel. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


    Astronomer, author, and educator (Carl Sagan). Author and television producer (Ann Druyan). Correspondence, memoranda, scripts, notes, subject files, course files, articles, book drafts and resource material, reports, organization files, biographical material, clippings, printed matter, slides and transparencies, photographs and negatives, electronic files, and other material documenting Sagan's career as a scientist and educator and the collaboration of Sagan and Druyan on articles, books, television shows, movies, and other projects.

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