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America in Space: The First Decade (1968)
NASA government film surveying the incredible progress made by the American space program, from technolog...
Apollo 7: Intravehicular Activity (1969)
Government film about working under weightless conditions, told from the perspective of the Apollo 7 crew
Apollo 7: First Manned Flight (1968)
Industrial film about the preparations for and successful completion of Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo...
Apollo 4: First of the Big Shots (1967)
Industrial film about the preparations for and launch of Apollo 4: the first unmanned voyage of the Satur...
Lewis History of Space Travel, Episode 5: Friendship 7, Part I (1980)
Part of an 1980 educational film about astronaut John Glenn’s first Earth-orbiting mission
Manned Space Flight Quarterly No. 17, April-June 1967
NASA government film that overviews progress made by the manned spaceflight program, like the Surveyor 3 ...
Manned Spacecraft Technology (1965)
NASA government film about the design, development, and manufacturing of spacecraft technology
Manned Spacecraft Center Progress Report, July-December 1968
NASA government film that overviews Apollos 7 and 8 as well as progress toward Apollo 9 and the Apollo Ap...
Manned Spacecraft Center Progress Report, July-December 1967
NASA government film that overviews progress made towards a future manned lunar landing, including the la...
Menu for Spaceflight (1964)
NASA government film that takes a closer look at the production and consumption of space food
Mercury-Atlas 6 Press Conference (1962)
KPRC-TV news footage of a press conference with NASA astronauts Gus Grissom, John Glenn, and Deke Slayton
Our Texas Heritage (1963)
Educational film that tells the story of Texas from its earliest settlers to the early 1900s
Power for Progress (1965)
NASA government film reporting on advancements in launch vehicle technology
Project Apollo (1967)
Industrial film about the construction of the Saturn V launch vehicle and the Command/Service Module
Southerland Family Films - Rocket Garden at John F. Kennedy Space Center (1981)
Home movie of a family vacation to Florida, including a visit to Kennedy Space Center and a ride on a gla...
Space Triumph! - U.S. Outstrips Reds with Mighty Saturn (1964)
Universal Newsreel about SA-5, the first launch of the Block II Saturn I launch vehicle
Tenney-Lawshae Home Movies - Fourth of July Parade with Mercury Seven Astronauts (1962)
Home movie of an Independence Day parade in Houston to welcome the Manned Spacecraft Center
The Burwell Collection - Apollo 11 Parade in Houston (1969)
Footage of a television broadcast of the moon landing and the welcome home parade for astronauts in Houston
The Crews Family Films - Waterski Show and the Monorail at the HemisFair (1968)
The Crews family enjoying the HemisFair in San Antonio watching a watershow, riding the monorail and gondola
The Cristela Gonzalez Bond Collection, no. 4 - Lucy’s Wedding and Apollo XI Parade (1969)
Home moviescenes of a wedding and the welcome home parade for the astronauts of Apollo XI
The Figueroa Family Collection - Family Party and HemisFair (1968)
Home movie footage of a family at an outdoor party and a trip to the 1968 HemisFair
The KHOU-TV Collection - News Clips, September 13-18, 1965
KHOU news clips from September 1965, including segments about the return of Gemini V astronauts and Hurri...
The NASA Manned Spacecraft Center: A National Resource
Government film that overviews the structure and operations of NASA’s Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston
The Richard Eisenhour Collection, no. 11 - Road Trip (1972)
Home movie of a family vacation, with stops in Houston and Galveston
The Steve Douglass Collection - Trip to Houston (1976)
Home movie capturing some of the Space City’s top attractions, such as the Astrodome and Johnson Space Ce...
The Williams Family Collection - Visit to John F. Kennedy Space Center (1984)
Home movie of the museum exhibits at Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Your Two Cents Worth (1971)
Industrial film weighing the benefits of space exploration against its cost to the American taxpayer
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