Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd:

An Inventory of His Aerospace Exploration Papers, 1957-2010 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Vinograd, Sherman P.
Title: Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration Papers,
Dates: 1957-2010 and undated
Abstract: The Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration Papers consists of artifacts, books, correspondence, financial materials, newspapers, photographs, plaques, printed materials, and reports.
Collection # S 1775.1
Quantity: 20 boxes (20 linear feet)
Language English
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd fulfilled the roles of Chief of Medical Science and Technology and Director of Biomedical Research at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) from the fall of 1961 until the spring of 1979. In this role he shaped, organized, and directed NASA’s program of medical research as a funded program of studies, which was carried out in not only NASA Center laboratories, but also in university, industry, and other government laboratories and hospitals all over the country. It produced a large substrate of information through its bed rest studies, vestibular, bone, neuromuscular, hematology, and cardiovascular researches. It also produced valuable fall-out, such as an accurate bone density measurement technique which is now in common clinical use.

His major activities during this career were conceptualizing, establishing, and chairing the Space Medicine Advisory Group (SPAMAG) charged with defining the earth-based and space-based research and life-support requirements for a manned orbiting research laboratory. This Group designed a carefully planned study utilizing highly qualified, specialized members of the scientific community. They postulated a non-existent orbiting laboratory to be designed according to the needs of future human flight crews and requirements for human spaceflight information. This would result in the creation of Skylab.

He was also responsible for establishing the In-flight Medical Experiments Program in preparation for the Apollo series of manned space flights. This program was a series of carefully designed flight crew studies derived from proposals by qualified scientists both from within and outside NASA to evaluate human responses to spaceflight.

In addition, Dr. Vinograd developed a supportive Research and Development Program necessary to provide pertinent ground-based data and to advance state-of-the-art medical measurement technology, a major development of which was the Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory measurement System (IMBLMS). This consisted of medical experiments and accompanying equipment necessary to perform them that was used from the Gemini through the Skylab manned space flight programs. Carried aboard virtually any post-Apollo space vehicle by virtue of its rack and module design, these designs were used well into the future. He also fostered the continuing ground-based medical research program sponsored and/or conducted by NASA.


Scope and Content

The Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration collection consists of artifacts, books, correspondence, financial materials, newspapers, photographs, plaques, printed materials, and reports relating to Dr. Vinograd’s early life, his career as an M.D. prior to joining NASA, his years as a physician and researcher at NASA, and the other professional organizations and projects in which he was involved both during and after these periods.


Organization

The Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration Papers are organized by the following series:
Correspondence
Financial Material
Photographs
Printed Materials
Printed Materials - Apollo
Printed Materials - Apollo/Saturn
Printed Materials - Gemini
Printed Materials - Mercury
Printed Materials - Skylab
Reports
Reports - Apollo
Reports - Apollo 7-11
Reports - Apollo 11
Reports - Apollo 14
Reports - Apollo 15
Reports - Apollo 17
Reports - Gemini
Reports - Mercury
Reports - Skylab
Reports - Skylab 4
Reports - Spacelab
Duplicates - Printed Material
Duplicated Reports
Newspapers
Books
Artifact
Oversized Items
Plaques

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research


Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Vinograd, Sherman P.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Subjects
Apollo Soyuz Test Project.
Gemini 10 (Spacecraft).
Life sciences.
Scientists--United States.
Skylab Program.
Space flight--Pysiological aspects.
Space flight--Physiological effect.
Space medicine.
Space stations--Health aspects.
Weightlessness.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dr. Sherman P. Vinograd Aerospace Exploration Papers, 1957-2010 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Accession Information

Collection accession #(s):
2009-0034-B and 2012-0095-B

Gifts, 2009 and 2012

Processing Information

Processed by: Robert Weaver and Katie White, 2013


Collection Inventory

Correspondence

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1 1 American Academy of Allergies, 1976-1979
2 Career and Retirement, 1976-1979
3 General Space Flight, 1968-1969
4 Lecture Engagements, 1966
5 Letters of Recommendation, 1976-1978
6 Miscellaneous, 1975-1982
7 Motion Sickness, 1977-1978
8 Personal 1969-2010
9 Research Proposals, 1978
10 Vinograd to Winter re: Changes to Life Sciences Research Program, june 1975



Financial Materials

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1 11 Check stubs and tax correspondence, 1977
12 Medical Sciences Program FY, 1978



Photographs

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1 13 IMBLMS, undated
14 IMBLMS Presentation at NIH, Nov 20, 1970
15 Oversized Slides, 1963
16 Skylab Slides, undated
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2 1 Apollo 11 Photos, 1969
2 Apollo, Gemini, Mercury photos and charts (1), undated
3 Apollo, Gemini, Mercury photos and charts (1), undated
4 Explanation of Illustrated Slides – by Fred Toerge, undated
5 Female Medical Tests, undated
6 Gemini Photographs and Charts, 1963-1969
7 Lecture Charts and Diagrams, 1957
8 “Notes to Accompany Slide Series: Aerospace Medicine Heritage”, undated
9 Passive Head Movement Device diagram and note, undated
10 Presentation Slides, undated
11 Slide Collection #1 (1), undated
12 Slide Collection #1 (2), undated
13 Slide Collection #2 with notes, undated
14 Star City (Moscow, Russia) photos, 1973
15 Unidentified photo and card, undated
16 William Anders photo and letter, undated



Printed Materials

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2 17 “America’s Spaceport”- NASA, undated
18 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (1), 1969
19 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (2), 1969
20 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (3), 1969
21 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (4), 1969
22 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (5), 1969
23 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (6), 1969
24 Aerospace and Undersea Medicine – MIT Summer Session (7), 1969
25 ASMA Personal Info, etc., 1974
26 “Aviation Medicine Aeromedical Standards and Certification,” Speech and correspondence, 6 December 1969
27 “Biomedical Research Division,” undated
28 Bioresearch Committee, 1971
29 “Biospace Technology Training Program,” Wallops Island, VA, speeches and paper, 1968
30 “The Bone Induction Principle,” various authors, 1969
31 Bone Related Articles and Information, undated
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3 1 Cardio Pathology Course Materials (1), 1974
2 Cardio Pathology Course Materials (2), 1974
3 Certificates and Awards, 1962-1977
4 Cetacean articles and related correspondence, 1960-1967
5 “Civil Aviation Accident Investigation and Medical Research,” Mohler, Stanley R., 22 August 1969
6 Collection and Preservation of Biological Specimens During Space Flight for Post-Flight Analysis, undated
7 Commencement and presentations for colleges, undated
8 “Commentary”, January 1973
9 Committee of Bio Effects of Ionizing Radiation – reports, Correspondence and notes, 1976
10 Committee on the Interplay on Engineering with Biology and Medicine – National Academy of Engineering, 1968
11 Committee Personnel Profiles, 1978
12 Conference Materials – Pamphlets, 1964-1974
13 Conference on Radiation – Agendas, 1979
14 Continuing Education Courses, 1972 and 1995
15 Coronary Artery Disease Article and Letter, 1973 and 1976
16 Cosmonaut Training, 1976
17 Critiques of MIT/Undersea MIT, 1969
18 Department of State – Zanzibar, Kenya, and Tanganyika, 1961-1963
19 “The Dichotomy of Reality Verses [sic] Observation,” R. Vogelsang, undated
20 Dissertation – Unknown, undated
21 “Early Detection of Disease Program: Evaluation of the Cellular Immune Response: Final Report,” Baylor College of Medicine, August 1972-August 1974
22 “Effects of Immobilization upon Various Metabolic and Physiologic Functions of Normal Men,” Dietrick, John E., Whedon, G. Donald, and Shorr, Ephraim, 1948
23 Engineering Applications of Space Medicine (Course at GWU), 1964-1965
24 “Engineering Aspects of Space Medicine,” Mailing List, October 1964
25 Eulogies, etc. for Loren Carson, 1973-1977
26 Exp. Study Cards, undated
27 “Extravisual Effects of Light on Man and Other Mammals”, 1975
28 “Flight Surgeon’s Guide,” Department of the Air Force, December 1968
29 “Food Values of Portions Commonly Used: 11th Ed.” – Bowes and Church, 1975
30 George Washington Univ., “Fundamentals of Space Medicine”, 1966
31 “Graduate Study in Engineering and Living Systems,” MIT, May 1968
32 GWU Course Information, 1966
33 GWU Course, 1966
34 Handwritten Notes, undated
35 “How and Where to Get Capital” – National Counselor Reports, 1970
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4 1 “In Improved Medical Ultrasound Imaging System,” AIBS Review Committee, June 1978
2 Info on Motion Sickness, 1976-1977
3 Info regarding 1-Year Boston Post-Doctoral Trip, 1974
4 International Academy of Astronautics membership documents (2 oversized items removed), April-May 1986
5 JSC Resource Requirements, 1974
6 “Leadership, Textual Supplement,” US Naval School, 1961
7 Lecture for Fundamentals of Space Medicine – GWU – outline, 1966
8 Life Sciences Advice Committee – Notes, Charts, Papers, undated
9 Life Sciences Committee, 1976-1977
10 Life Sciences Committee – Minutes, Correspondence, 1977
11 Life Sciences Committee meeting report re: “Future Directions of the Life Sciences in NASA,” Whedon, G. Donald, 9 November 1977
12 “Life Sciences in Space,” charts, correspondence, and response, 1970-1971
13 “Liquid Breathing and Life Support,” Burger, Edward J., and correspondence, 30 March 1970
14 “Literature Summary on Countermeasures”, January 1973
15 Literary Medical Bibliographies, 1976
16 “Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center,” NASA Facts, undated
17 MA-9/20 Flight Plan, 15 April 1963
18 Maps undated
19 “Man, Space Flight and Medicine,” Berry, Charles A., February 1972
20 Manned Space Flight, NASA, undated
21 Manned Spacecraft Center Fact Sheets: Gemini, with image cards, April-December 1966
22 Manuscript drafts, Vinograd, S.P., undated
23 “Measurement Capability of IMBLMS Phase B4”, undated
24 Medical/Behavioral Experiments, 1969
25 Medical Advisory Council, 1966-1967
26 Minutes of the 141st Joint Medical Research Conference (JMRC), Office of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering, 17 May1976
27 Miscellaneous, undated
28 Miscellaneous Minutes, 1976
29 MIT Article and letter, 1977
30 MIT Article – re: Psych, with letter, 1976-1977
31 MIT Course Information, 1969
32 MIT Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering course materials – 1, 1974
33 MIT Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering course materials – 2, 1974
34 Muscle related articles, 1960-1977
35 “NASA 1958-1983: Remembered Images,” and booklet, NASA, 1983
36 NASA Astronaut Flight Status, undated
37 NASA Certificate of Recognition, 8 March 1979
38 NASA Director for Medical Sciences Division – Job Description, undated
39 “NASA Facts” newsletter with pamphlets, undated
40 NASA Headquarters Home Address Directory, December 1967
41 NASA Information Kit, undated
42 NASA Life Sciences Organization, undated
43 NASA Materials Misc., Tobias Inquiry, 1974, 1994-1995
44 NASA “Medical Support of Manned Spaceflight” course completion certificate, April 1963
45 “NASA News” and letters, 1973
46 NASA News Release and emails, 1993
47 NASA Organizational Charts, 1969-1970
48 NASA Project Data Summary, October 1963
49 Navy Aviation Medical Courses, undated
50 Nerophysiology articles, 1976
51 “New England Journal of Medicine” and articles, 1976-1978
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5 1 The New York Academy of Sciences – Interdisciplinary Communications Program, 1964
2 News Report, September, 1976
3 Ohio State University – “Black Book” of Hematology, 1968
4 “On the Moon with Apollo 16”, April 1972
5 One Day Mission Cards, undated
6 Organizational Chart and letters, 1977-1978
7 Other projects and groups, 1975
8 Outlines for Miscellaneous Lectures, undated
9 Outlines of Presentations for Symposium on Engineering Aspects of Space Medicine, undated
10 Personnel Actions (1), 1968
11 Personnel Actions (2), 1968
12 “Physiological Effects of Locally Applied Reduced Pressure in Man,” Physiological Review, Vol 54, No 3, July 1974
13 “Pioneer Odyssey: Encounter with a Giant”, 1974
14 “Proceedings of the International Health Evaluation Association System,” Vol 2, May 1978
15 Project Task Descriptions, 1976
16 Proposals, Various Projects, 1964, 1966-1967
17 “The Purpose of a Display System is the Transfer of Visual Information”, undated
18 Radiobiology Program Research Problems, undated
19 Radiobiology Studies, etc., 1971, 1976, 1978
20 Research Problems, undated
21 Recommendation for NASA Distinguished Public Service Award, 1977
22 “Reorganization of the Life Sciences Program Division”, 1976
23 “Report on Emergency Airway Management,” National Academy of Sciences, 1976
24 “Request for Proposal Number 10-1243,” Snyder, Herbert S., December 1966
25 “Saturn…”, undated
26 Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Requested Material – Question and Answer, 3 February 1976
27 Sensory Aids, 1972
28 Sheet music, undated
29 Shuttle Pilot Charts and Letter, undated
30 Sleep Related Articles, 1977
31 Society of NASA Flight Surgeons, 1979
32 Solar Power Satellite Info, undated
33 “Some Effects of Exposure to Weightlessness and a Rotating Environment Which Have their Genesis in the Vestibular Organs” – Ashton Graybiel, undated
34 “Space Life Research,” project outline, 1974
35 Space Medicine Advisory Group – SPAMAG – memos and correspondence, 1964
36 “Space Shuttle,” Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, 1976
37 Space Shuttle Program Overview, June 1974
38 S.P.V. library contents, 1979
39 St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center – Medical Director Position, 1973-1984
40 “Standard Abbreviations of Terms Used in Milestone Descriptions,” 3rd ed., August 1936
41 Student Flight Surgeon Class 101, Grad, photos, etc., 1982
42 Suggested Concept, 1971
43 “Summary of Primary Care Update,” 72nd Scientific Assembly, Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association of North America, 1987
44 Telemedicine articles and correspondence, April 1974, December 1978, July to August 1981
45 “Thoracic Cage Impedance Measurements,” USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, May 1964
46 Threshold Limit Values, 1971, 1973, and 1977
47 Undersea Medicine course notes, Belz, DJ, October 1969
48 “Unified Method for Serial Study of Bodily Fluid Compartments,” Various Authors, March 1974
49 University of Wisconsin Medical School, Class of 1946, Fiftieth Reunion, May 1996
50 US Naval Flight Surgeon’s Manual, 2nd ed. – 1, 1978
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6 1 US Naval Flight Surgeon’s Manual, 2nd ed. – 2, 1978
2 Vestib. Symposium – Notes, 1978
3 “Workshop on Cultural Evolution,” Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, 24-25 November, 1975
4 Zanzibar, undated
5 Zero G Materials, 1970



Printed Materials – Apollo

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6 6 Apollo Air/Water Diagram and Apollo Project Cards, undated
7 Apollo Med Testing in Flight – Correspondence and Memos, charts, 1964-1966
8 Apollo Mission Reports and Misc., 1969-1970
9 “Apollo Terminology,” NASA, August 1963
10 “Apollo 8, Man around the Moon,” NASA, 1968
11 “Apollo 13: Houston, We’ve Got a Problem.”, 1970



Printed Materials – Apollo/Saturn

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6 12 General Description of Apollo/Saturn Equipments, 20 December 1966



Printed Materials – Gemini

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6 13 Gemini Project Cards, undated



Printed Materials – Mercury

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6 14 Mission Project Cards (1), undated
15 Mission Project Cards (2), undated
16 Mission Project Cards (3), undated



Printed Materials – Skylab

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6 17 “Air/Ground Communications SL-4,” Science Communication Division, George Washington University Medical Center, 1973-1974
18 “Air/Ground Communications SL-4,’ Book II, Science Communication Division, George Washington University Medical Center, November 1973
19 Experiments, 1972-1973



Reports

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6 20 “Achievements and Forecasts in Space Biology,” Saunders, Joseph F., February 1973
21 “Advanced Concepts of Onboard Medical Care Facilities,” NASA, 1971
22 “Aerospace Management,” vol. 5 no.1, 1970
23 Aerospace Medical Association 49th Annual Scientific Meeting, workshop papers, 1978
24 Aerospace Medical Association 1979 Annual meeting, preprints, 1979
25 “Airflow Acceleration and Spectral Phonopulmonography during Forced Exhalations as Means of Evaluating Early Obstructive Airways Disease”, undated
26 “Application of Telemedicine Systems in Future Manned Space Flight,” Pool, Sam L., Stonesifer, John C., Belasco, Normal, March 1971
27 “Artificial G Questions,” Director of Space Medicine, 28 April 1970
28 “Bacteria Sensor for Reprocessed Water – Microbiological Research, Design, and Fabrication,” Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, February 1969
29 Bed Rest Articles and Study Results, 1963-1973
30 “Bed Rest Studies,” Bibliography, vol. 1, April 1974
31 “Bed Rest Studies,” Bibliography, vol. 2, April 1974
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7 1 Bed Rest Study, undated
2 “Biological Measurement of Man in Space,” Final Report, vol. I, March 1965
3 “Biological Measurement of Man in Space,” Final Report, vol. IV, March 1965
4 “Biological Measurement of Man in Space,” vol. V, March 1965
5 “Biological Measurement of Man in Space,” vol. VI (1), January 1966
6 “Biological Measurement of Man in Space,” vol. VI (2), January 1966
7 Biomagnetism: An Annotated Bibliography, Manganelli, Louise A., February 1972
8 “Biomedical Techniques for Use in Manned Space Laboratories: Selected Extracts: Part 1,” Fraser, T.M., January 1966
9 “Biomedical Techniques for Use in Manned Space Laboratories: Part 2,” Fraser, T.M., May 1966
10 “The Biomedical Foundations of Manned Space Flight: A Report of the Space Science and Technology Panel of the President’s Science Advisory Committee”, November 1969
11 “Biomedical Findings on American Astronauts Participating in Space Missions,” Berry, Charles A., October 1971
12 Blood and Heart project, Articles, charts and outline, 1974- 1975
13 Bone Related articles, reports, etc., 1976
14 “Cardiovascular Studies on US Space Crews: An Overview and Perspective,” Hoffler, G. Wickliffe, October 1975
15 Cell Experiments Proposal, undated
16 “Chronology of 19961: Segment for December,” NASA, 4 January 1962
17 “Clinical Space Medicine: A Prospective Look at Medical Problems from Hazards of Space Operations,” Busby, Douglas E., July 1967
18 “Computer Subroutines for the Estimation of Nuclear Reaction Effects in Proton-Tissue-Done Calculations,” Wilson, John W., Khandelwal, G.S., June 1976
19 “Contract for the Analysis of Components in Biological Fluids in a Gravity Free Environment Emphasizing Procedures Suitable for Use in an Orbiting Laboratory,” NASA, September 1967-August 1968
20 “Contract for the Analysis of Components in Biological Fluids in a Gravity Free Environment Emphasizing Procedures Suitable for Use in an Orbiting Laboratory,” NASA, September 1968-August 1969
21 “Design Certification Review Assessment Report Electron/Proton Spectrometer,” NASA, 1972
22 “Discussion Session: Meeting the Ad Hoc Committee on Skylab Vestibular Effects,” correspondence, and transcript of proceedings, American Institute of Biological Sciences, 25 October 1973
23 “The Effect of Potassium Depletion in Normal Males: An Apollo 15 Simulation,” Various authors, undated
24 “Effects of Bed Rest/Immobilization on Humans,” Vinograd, Sherman P., September 1971
25 “The Effects of Confinement as a Factor in Manned Space Flight,” Fraser, T.M., July 1966
26 “Effects of Isolation on Man’s Performance”, S.B. Sells and James R. Rawls, 1969
27 “Effects of Simulated Weightlessness on Responses of Untrained Men to +Gz Acceleration,” Jacobson, Lester B., Hyatt, Kenneth H., and Sandler, Harold, undated
28 “Evaluation of +Gz Tolerance Following Simulated Weightlessness (Bed rest),” Jacobson, Lester B., Hyatt, Kenneth H., Sullivan, Robert W., and Cantor, Stephen A., August 1973
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8 1 “Feasibility Study of Noninvasive Venous Pressure Measurement”, Richard Brubaker, Laurence Young, David Worthen, Joseph Pines, Ernst Attinger, and Stanley Molner, April 1967
2 “Final Report – Contract No. NAS 9-13452 – Psychological and Physiological Correlates of Stress: Performance on a Cooperative Task”, 1975
3 Final Report – Part 1, “Automated Electroencephalography System and Electroencephalographic Correlated of Space Motion Sickness,” and chart, Frost, Jr., James D., 1976
4 Final Report – Part 2, “Automated Electroencephalography System and Electroencephalographic Correlated of Space Motion Sickness,” Frost, Jr., James D., November 1976
5 Final Report – Part 3, “Automated Electroencephalography System and Electroencephalographic Correlated of Space Motion Sickness,” Frost, Jr., James D., February 1977
6 “Final Report – Habitability Study Earth Orbital Space Stations” April-December 1971
7 “Fluid/Electrolyte Changes in Apollo Astronauts,” Leach, Carolyn S., Alexander, W.C., and Johnson, P.C., undated
8 “The Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine,” vol. 3, part 5, Vinograd, Sherman P., correspondence and related articles, 1963-1975
9 “The Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine,” vol. 3, part 5, Vinograd, Sherman P., correspondence and drafts, 1972-1973
10 “The Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine,” vol. 3, part 5, Vinograd, Sherman P., charts, correspondence, drafts, 1975
11 Fundamentals of Space Medicine, “Human Standards,” McFarlane, Ross A., October 1966
12 “Future Directions of the Life Sciences in NASA”, November 1978
13 “Future Directions of the Life Sciences in NASA,” Plastic bound, November 1978
14 “Future Directions for the Life Sciences in NASA,” correspondence, 1978-1979
15 George Washington University Medical Center Sciences Communication Division, various reports (1), 1973-1974
16 George Washington University Medical Center Sciences Communication Division, various reports (2), 1973-1974
17 “Gravity and Embryonic Development,” Young, Richard S., undated
18 “Gravity Zero Analytical Clinical Laboratory System Progress Report”, April-July 1972
19 “Gravity Zero Analytical Clinical Laboratory System”, June-November 1973
20 Heart Related Articles and Reports, 1967-1977
21 “Hematology Observations in Space Flight and Simulated Space Flight,” Jensen, Wallace N., undated
22 “Human Water Exchange in Space Suits and Capsules,” Webb, Paul, June 1967
23 In-Flight Medical Test Proposals, Reports, and other materials, 1964-1967
24 “Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement Study Interim Report,” GE Missile and Space Division (1), undated
25 “Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement Study Interim Report,” GE Missile and Space Division (2), undated
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9 1 “Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement System – Phase B – Interim Report,” Lockhead Missile and Space Company (1), 31 August 1967
2 “Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement System – Phase B – Interim Report,” Lockhead Missile and Space Company (2), 31 August 1967
3 “Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement System – Phase B Final Report,” vol. 1, February 1968
4 Integrated Medical and Behavioral Laboratory Measurement System, Procurement Plan, 1969
5 “Investigations in Hormonal Control of Calcium and Bone Metabolism,” Meer, Robert M., April 1977
6 “Johnson Space Center’s Strategic Game Plan,” NASA, 1987
7 Life Sciences Division overview, shuttle experiment results, and space station health care system report, 1981-1986
8 “Life Sciences Early Flight Plans,” Winter, David L., 1977
9 “Life Sciences in the Shuttle Era (Preliminary),” Life Sciences Directorate Johnson Space Center, February 1975
10 “Literature Summary of Weightlessness Countermeasures,” Vinograd, Sherman P., January 1972
11 “Lunar Base Synthesis Study”, May 1971
12 “Lunar Base Synthesis Study – Final Report,” vol. 1, May 1971
13 “Manned Orbital Laboratory Biomedical Experiment Working Group,” NASA, 1963-1964
14 “Manned Space Flight Medical Requirements Document,” draft, correspondence, NASA (1), February 1968
15 “Manned Space Flight Medical Requirements Document,” draft, correspondence, NASA (2), February 1968
16 “The Mark III Haploscope,” various authors, September 1975
17 “Measurement of Left Circumflex Coronary Flow, Cardiac Output, and Central Aortic Pressure in the Unmedicated Greyhound Dog,” Wirthlin, LeRoy S., Beck, E. Peter, May 1966
18 “Medical Aspects of Manned Space Flight,” NASA, 1967
19 “Medical Aspects on an Orbiting Research Library,” Space Medicine Advisory Group Study, , January-August 1964
20 “Medical Aspects of an Orbiting Research Laboratory: Space Medicine Advisory Group Study,” NASA, 1966
21 “Medical/Behavioral Experiments Program,” Vinograd, S.P., 19 February 1969
22 “Medical/Behavioral Experiments Program,” Review for the National Academy of Science, Vinograd, S.P., September 1969
23 “Medical/Behavioral Experiments Program,” Review for the National Academy of Science, Vinograd, S.P., February-September 1969
24 “Medical Monitors Information Brochure,” NASA, 1963
25 “Medical Requirements Apollo C Mission Prime”, November 1968
26 “Meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee of Skylab Vestibular Effects,” American Institute of Biological Sciences, 25 October 1973
27 “Methods for Microbiological and Immunological Studies of Space Flight Crews”, July 1978
28 “Mid-Term Report: In-Flight Specimen Storage,” Spacelabs, Inc., March 1967
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10 1 “Mid-Term Report: In-Flight Biochemical Analysis,” Spacelabs, Inc., June 1967
2 Miscellaneous Lectures, Reports, and Articles (1), undated
3 Miscellaneous Lectures, Reports, and Articles (2), undated
4 Miscellaneous Lectures, Reports, and Articles (3), undated
5 “Modular Space Station – Phase B Extension”, December 1971
6 “NASA Class I Medical Evaluation and Standards for Astronaut Selection”, June 1976
7 “NASA Class II Medical Evaluation and Standards for Astronaut Selection”, June 1976
8 NASA Joint Reports and memo, and article, 1939-1970
9 NASA Life Sciences Organization – Program Overview, undated
10 National Academy of Sciences Summer Study, 1966 – Cardiovascular Committee Papers, 1966
11 “Neural Coding of High Frequency Tones,” Howes, Walton L., March 1976
12 “The Next Decade in Space: A Report of the Space Science and Technology Panel of the President’s Science Advisory Committee”, March 1970
13 “Orbiting Lunar Station (OLS) – Phase A Feasibility and Definition Study”, April 1971
14 “Pathogenesis of Cardiac Arrhythmias in Normal Subjuects,” Vinograd, Sherman P., October 1971
15 “Peculiarities of Human Blood Circulation Caused by Spaceflights,” Kakurin, L.I., trans. From Russian, January 1974
16 “Personal Space and its Effect upon Performance of Three Psychomotor Tasks under Three Degrees of Closeness,” Rawls, James R., Trego, Ronald E., and McGaffey, Charles N., April 1969
17 “Pharmacological Studies in Vestibular Program,” presentation, 1977
18 “Portable Equipment for Clinical Evaluation of Dual Radioisotope Bone Densitometry Instrumentation,” NASA, 24 May 1965
19 “Preliminary Analysis of the Implications of Natural Radiations on Geostationary Operations,” Wilson, John W., Denn, Fred M., September 1976
20 “Program Management Plan – In-Flight Medical Investigation,” Vinograd, S.P., undated
21 “Program Review Document: Life Sciences,” NASA, June 1966
22 “Program Review Document: Life Sciences,” NASA, May 1967
23 “Project Tektite I”, January 1970
24 “Psychological and Psychophysiologic Response to 105 Days of Social Isolation,” Rockwell, Don A., Hodgson, Michael G., Beljan, John R., undated
25 “Rationale for Medical Investigative Studies for the Skylab Program”, undated
26 “Report on Gemini Label Toxicity Testing,” Edwards, David, Worts, E.C., undated
27 “Research in Sustaining Life During Long Duration Space Flights,” Vinograd, S.P., undated
28 “Results of Biomedical Investigations of the ASTP Flight,” Russian Authors, 1975
29 “Results of Life Sciences DSOs Conducted aboard the Space Shuttle, 1988-1990,” NASA, January 1991
30 “Results of the Second United States Manned Orbital Space Flight”, May 1962
31 “Results of the Third United States Manned Orbital Space Flights”, October 1962
32 “A Review of Current Concepts of the Effects of Weightlessness and Rotational Environment on Humans,” Vinograd, S.P., June 1962
33 “A Review of Medical Results of Gemini 7 and Related Flights”, August 1966
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11 1 “A Review of Civilian and Military Medical Selection Standards and Medical Selection Programs with Relevance to Space Shuttle Passenger Selection”, May 1974
2 “Review of Physiological Measurement Techniques for Applicability to Space Flight Conditions,” Fraser, T.M., February 1969
3 “Short Time Tolerance in Man to Sinusoidal Vibrations”, undated
4 “Space Environment Workshops for Life Scientists,” NASA, April-May 1980
5 “Space Life Sciences: A Status Report,” NASA, February 1990
6 “Space and Life Sciences: An Overview: Present Status and Future Goals,” NASA, January 1980
7 Space motion sickness articles, charts, proposals, and reports, 1973-1977
8 Space Motion Sickness, presentation material, 1976-1977
9 “Space Motion Sickness,” symposium proceedings, November 1978
10 “Space Science Board: Radiation Protection Guides and Constraints for Space-Mission and Vehicle-Design Studies Including Nuclear Systems”, 1970
11 “The Space Station Program,” presentation, Lovelett, Robert F., 22 August 1969
12 Space Suit reports and memo, various authors, June 1963
13 “Spinoff,” NASA, 1992
14 “Standard Abbreviations of Terms Used in Milestone Descriptions,” 2nd ed., June 1963
15 “Status of Research in Countermeasures against Undesirable Effects of Weightlessness,” and correspondence, Vinograd, S.P., March 1963
16 “Storage of Biological Samples,” Fraser, T.M., May 1967
17 “Storage and Retrieval of Information in Aerospace Medicine,” NASA, July 1969
18 “Studies of Social Group Dynamics under Isolated Conditions”, December 1974
19 “A Study of the Collection and Preservation of Biological Specimens during Space Flight for Post-Flight Analysis”, undated
20 “A Study to Determine the Feasibility of Using Physical Methods for Biochemical Analysis under Space Flight Conditions,” Final Report, NASA, January-September 1967
21 “Suggested Concept for Government Management of the Application of Products of Federal R and D to General Public Benefit,” Vinograd, S.P., May 1971
22 “A Suggested Exercise Program for Use in Conditions of Weightlessness or Reduced Gravitational States”, undated
23 U.S.-Soviet Manned Space Flight materials, NASA, undated
24 Visual phenomena, undated
25 “Weightlessness,” Berry, Charles A., undated
26 “Work-rest-sleep Cycles Relative to Prolonged Space Flights”, undated
27 Working Party on Aerospace Physiology and Medicine, Working Party on Space Biophysics, Council of Europe, 9 January 1973
28 “Workshop on the Environment of the Satellite Power System,” Donner Laboratory, 1978



Reports-Apollo

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11 29 “Apollo Experience Report – Food Systems,” various authors, July 1974
30 “The Medical Legacy of Apollo, Berry, Charles A., 1973
31 “Nuclear Emulsion Measurements of the Astronauts’ Radiation Exposure on the Apollo-Soyuz Mission,” Schaefer, Hermann J., Sullivan, Jeremiah J., June 1976



Reports-Apollo 7-11

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11 32 “Apollo 7 to 11: Medical Concerns and Results,” NASA, September 1969



Reports-Apollo 11

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11 33 “Apollo 11 – Preliminary Science Report”, 1969
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12 1 NASA Press Kit – Apollo 11 Lunar Landing Mission, 1969



Reports-Apollo 14

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12 2 “Apollo 14 Microbial Analysis”, November 1972
3 “Medical Results for Apollo 14 – Implications for Longer Duration Space Flights,” Berry, Charles A., September 1971



Reports-Apollo 15

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12 4 Apollo 15 Medical Results, 1974
5 “Potassium Depletion Study,” Apollo 15 Simulation, February- April 1972



Reports-Apollo 17

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12 6 Biostack II Experiment M-211, Apollo 17, 28 February 1973



Reports-Gemini

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12 7 “Gemini Midprogram Conference including experiment results,” NASA, 23-25 February 1966
8 “Medical Experiments in Gemini,” and correspondence, Vinograd, S.P., 17 November 1964



Reports-Mercury

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12 9 “Mercury Project Summary including Results of the Fourth Manned Orbital Flight,” NASA, May 1963



Reports-Skylab

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12 10 “Delta Design Certification Assessment Report Crew Radiation Monitoring Dosimetry,” NASA, 1972
11 “Medical Support and Findings of the Skylab Program,” NASA, March 1975
12 “Shuttle Information and Comparisons of Shuttle with Skylab,” NASA, 27-29 August 1974
13 “Significant Skylab 3 Biomedical Observations”, October 1973
14 “Skylab Follow-on Studies,” NASA, August 1975



Reports-Skylab 4

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12 15 “Skylab 4: Preliminary Biomedical Report,” NASA, January 1975



Reports-Spacelab

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12 16 “Spacelab Life Sciences 1,” NASA, undated



Duplicates-Printed Materials

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12 17 “Biomedical Research Division”, undated
18 “Fundamentals of Space Medicine,” GWU: Guest Lecturers, 1966
19 “Fundamentals of Space Medicine,” Information, 1966
20 GWU “Fundamentals of Space Medicine” Participant List, October 1966
21 High Altitude Charts, undated
22 In Memoriam – Dr. Loren Carlson, undated
23 “Introduction to Underwater Medicine,” MacInnis, Joseph B., undated
24 Letter: Roth to Vinograd, Course in Engineering Aspects of Space Medicine, GWU, 1 October 1964
25 Letter: Vinograd to Sister Rebecca, 1 May 1979
26 Letter: Vinograd to (unknown), GWU “Fundamentals of Space Medicine” enrollment confirmation letter, 1966
27 Letter: Vinograd to Winter, re: Proposed Changes to Life Sciences Research Program, June 1975
28 Miscellaneous, undated
29 Pamphlet – “Fundamentals of Space Medicine,” GWU, June 1966



Duplicated Reports

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12 30 “Results of the Third United States Manned Orbital Space Flight, NASA, 3 October 1962
31 “A Review of Current Concepts of the Effects of Weightlessness and Rotational Environment on Humans,” Vinograd, S.P. (1), June 1962
32 “A Review of Current Concepts of the Effects of Weightlessness and Rotational Environment on Humans,” Vinograd, S.P. (2), June 1962



Newspapers

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12 33 Miscellaneous, 1965-2001



Books

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13 “Beyond the Atmosphere: Early Years of Space Science,” NASA, 1980
“Biomedical Results from Skylab,” NASA, 1977
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (English), vol. 1, undated
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (English), vol. 2, 1975
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (English), vol. 3, 1975
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (Russian), vol. 2, 1975
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (Russian), vol. 2, book 1, 1975
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (Russian), vol. 2, book 2, 1975
“Foundations of Space Biology and Medicine” (Russian), vol. 3, 1975
“Freedom 7: The First Manned Space Flight,” The NASA Mission Reports, 2001
“Infectious Disease in Manned Spaceflight: Probabilities and Countermeasures,” National Academy of Sciences, 1970
“Medical Aspects of an Orbiting Research Laboratory,” NASA, undated
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14 Books, 2 patches, Vascular Support Garment, undated
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15 Duplicate Items, undated
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16 Duplicate Items, undated



Artifact

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17 Replica of Actual Plaque Placed on the Moon undated



Oversized Items

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18 JSC Photograph and signatures Internationalis Astronautica Academia – Confirmatum est Chartis, 1986
IAA Membership Documents – Envelope, undated
“Space Shuttle Propellant Boosters Jettisoned” Photograph and Signatures, undated



Plaques

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19 Hubertus Strughold Award, 1983
Life Sciences Personnel of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, April 1979