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Inspection tour of NASA installations: Huntsville Alabama, Redstone Army Airfield and George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, 9:35AM

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKWHP-1962-09-11-C
    Title:
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: Huntsville Alabama, Redstone Army Airfield and George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, 9:35AM
    Date(s) of Materials:
    1962 September 11
    Folder Description:
    ST13, KN22
    Collection:
    White House Photographs
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Related Records:
    Remarks to Allied Students, Army Guided Missile School, Huntsville, Alabama, 11 September 1962
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): Field installations, February 1962
    Remarks Upon Arrival at the George C. Marshall Space Center, Huntsville, Alabama, 11 September 1962
    President Kennedy boards helicopter on Ellipse to begin Inspection Tour of NASA facilities, 10:02AM
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: Cape Canaveral Florida, 2:31PM
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: Houston, Texas, arrival, 6:15PM
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: Houston, Texas, motorcade, address at Rice University, 9:34AM
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: Houston, Texas, NASA Rich Building, departure, 11:10AM
    Inspection tour of NASA installations: St. Louis, Missouri, McDonnell Aircraft, 3:27PM
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