A. S. Mike Monroney
Photograph Collection
#301-350

Go to Monroney Photos 251-300

301. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at top. Sun is 47 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Atlantis between Mare Sirenum and Mare Cimmerium. Slant range: 7,800 miles. Area covered: East-West: 170 miles. North-South: 150 miles. Location: 31 South Latitude, 197 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of four. 5:30:33 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

302. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at top. Sun is 50 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Mare Cimmerium bordering on Atlantis in the northeast corner of the frame. Slant range: 7,700 miles. Area covered: East-west: 170 miles. North-south: 150 Miles. Location: 34 South latitude, 199 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of four. 5:31:21 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

303. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach to the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at top. Sun is 57 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Border between Mare Cimmerium to the north and the bright region Phaethontis. Slant range: 7,600 miles. Area covered: East-West: 170 miles. North-South: 140 miles. Location: 39 South latitude, 205 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of four. 5:32:57 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

304. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. Just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, North is at top. Sun is 60 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Bright region, northwestern Phaethontis. Slant range: 7,600 miles. Area covered: East-West: 170 miles. North-South: 140 miles. Location: 41 South Latitude, 208 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of two. 5:33:45 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

305. Photogenic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965 just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. viewed with data block at left, north is at top. Sun is 60 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Bright region is Phaethontis. Slant range: 7,500 miles. Area covered: East-West: 180 miles. North-South: 140 miles. Location: 45 South Latitude, 215 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of two. 5:35:21 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

306. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. Just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at top. Sun is 69 from zenith, from the north in the photo. Bright region is Phaethontis, near Aonius Sinus. Slant Range: 7,500 miles. Area covered: East-West: 190 miles. North-South: 140 miles. Location: 47 South Latitude, 211 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of two. 5:36:09 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

307. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965. Just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at the upper right. Sun is 70 from the zenith, from the northwest in the photo. A dark region in the Aonius Sinus. Slant range: 7,400 miles. Area covered: northeast-southwest: 200 miles. North-Southeast: 140 miles. Location: 50 South Latitude; 232 East Longitude. This picture is in raw form with no enhancement. 5:37:45 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

308. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet, at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at the upper right. Sun is 80 from the zenith, from the northwest in the photo. Dark region in Aonium Sinus. Slant range: 7,400 miles. Area covered: Northeast-Southwest 210 miles. Northwest-Southwest: 140 miles. Location: 51 South Latitude, 238 East Longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of four. 5:38:33 p.m. PDT July 14, 1965. NASA.

309. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet, at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with data block at left, north is at left. Sun is 88 from zenith, from the northwest in the photo. Dark region is Aonius Sinus. Terminator is eastern corner of frame. Slant Range: 7,500 miles. Area covered: Northeast-Southwest: 240 miles. Northwest-Southeast: 150 miles. Location: 51 south latitude, 253 east longitude. Contrast enhancement factor of four. 5:40:09 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965. NASA.

310. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965, just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with the data block at left, north is at top. This frame is almost entirely beyond the terminator. July 14, 1965. NASA.

311. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m. PDT, July 14, 1965. Just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from the planet at 6:01 p.m. Viewed with the data block at left, north is at top. This frame is almost entirely beyond the terminator. July 14, 1965. NASA.

312. Photographic representation of digital data radioed from Mars by the Mariner IV spacecraft. Mariner photographed Mars beginning at 5:18:33 p.m., PDT, July 14, 1965 just prior to its closest approach of about 6,000 miles from planet at 6:01 p.m. This partial frame is entirely beyond the terminator, and may be partly beyond the dark limb of the planet. July 14, 1965. NASA.

313. A chart based on information gathered after Mariner IV's July 14, 1965 encounter with the planet Mars. It show, on a standard Mercator map of the planet that Martian areas photographed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration spacecraft. The longest line, carved at the top and trailing off straight to the lower right, represents the edge of Mars as viewed from Mariner IV during the 25 minutes that photos were taken. Areas to the right of the lower curved line were in the Sun's shadow. Picture No. 291, at top, showed the edge of Mars and the blackness of space beyond. Picture No. 292, overlapped the lower right portion of no. 291. Picture No. 309 entered the shadow line near Aonius Sinus. Circled dot near Amazonia is point where Sun was directly overhead, or vertical to the surface of the planet. July 14, 1965. NASA.

314. Futuristic drawing of space center with rocket taking off. From Wonder of the Universe, a General Features Corporation article, for Dr. I.M. Levitt, contributor to the interplanetary sciences. Summer, 1963. Gorsuch, artist.

315. Drawing of astronaut in small craft. From Wonders of the Universe, a General Features Corporation article, for Dr. I.M. Levitt, contributor to the interplanetary sciences. Summer, 1963. Gorsuch, artist.

316. Drawing of manned spacecraft on a planet. From Wonders of the Universe, A General Features Corporation article, for Dr. I.M. Levitt, contributor to the interplanetary sciences. Summer, 1963 Gorsuch, artist.

317. Merle Blakely, Oklahoma newspaper and public relations man. Staff applicant. 1963. Studio portrait.

318. John W. Bliss, author of a biography of A.S. Mike Monroney. Photo taken while teaching high school English at Ketchum, Okla. 1951. Studio portrait.

319. Ronald Dean Bradley in cap and gown, standing beside his car. 1967.

320. Sharon Butler, job applicant. 1964. Studio portrait.

321. Roy Calvin, appointed Vice-President for Public Relations of Martin Company, Friendship International Airport, Maryland. Calvin joined the Company in Dec. 1960, after 20 years as a newsman for United Press and McGraw-Hill publications. He has been Martin's director of public relations since the fall of 1961. Calvin was Texas news editor and Dallas manager of the U.P. (now United Press International) before his assignment to UP's Washington staff in 1951. He joined McGraw-Hill's Washington news bureau in 1954, remaining until 1960 as a national affairs reporter. He also wrote the weekly column "Washington Outlook" for Business Week magazine. May 13, 1965. Studio portrait,

322. Jerry Campbell of Hunter, Oklahoma. Job applicant, 1962. Studio portrait.

323. Roby Davidson of Okla. City. Northwest Classen student who volunteered to work for Monroney's campaign. 1962. Studio portrait.

324. Herbert E. Dobbs of Cordell, Okla. 1966. Studio portrait.

325. Roo Sang Dong on the steps of a public building, possibly the University in Norman, Oklahoma. June, 1962.

326. Roo Sang Dong and her family. June, 1962.

327. J. Gamault, passport application photo. c. 1962.

328. Mrs. J. Gamault, passport application photo. c. 1962.

329. Sula Saltsman Goodman of Okla. City. Nov. 1963. Studio portrait.

330. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ingle seated in their living room with flowers. Taken on Mrs. Ingle's 90th birthday. Tulsa, Okla. Feb. 28, 1965. Color print.

331. D. Leon Jones of Vinita, Okla. Graduation picture. May, 1963. Studio portrait.

332. Senator Robert S. Kerr eating dinner on board an American Airlines airplane. c. 1960. Bob Hawks, Inc.

333. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. McGaha with adopted son. Yale, Okla. 1967.

334. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Mayo of Sallisaw, Okla. having dinner in Bunratty Castle, Ireland. 1965. P.L. Brooks, Ennis (Ireland). Color print.

335. Wheeler Mayo with another man. Fossil skeleton in background. Ireland, 1965. P.L. Brooks, Ennis (Ireland) Color print.

336. Rear Admiral Donald McG. Morrison of the U.S. Coast Guard. June, 1962. U.S. Coast Guard. Studio Portrait.

337. Don J. Philippe of Guymon, Oklahoma. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Philippe. Peace Corps volunteer serving in Guatemala. June 1, 1967. Studio portrait.

338. Will Rogers of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, in his living room. 1962. Color print.

339. Mr. and Mrs. George Scott in evening clothes at a Valentines party. Feb. 1965. Color print.

340. Cranston Smith receiving 50 year service pin from Elmer Brown, President, Printers Union. Awards Presentation. Dec. 10, 1960. Color print.

341. C.H. Palmer, job applicant. Aug. 1962. USAF.

342. Nathaniel Leverone in his office with photographs of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity members. 1968.

343. Laurel Van Der Wal Roennau, member, Board of Airport Commissioners, Los Angeles, California, 1964. Space Technology Labs, Inc.

344. Laurel Van Der Wal Roennau standing beside a satellite model. Los Angeles, California 1964. Space Technology Labs, Inc.

345. J. W. Dunham, nominee for secretary of Army, 1963. Studio portrait.

346. Edward J. Williams, General Manager, Aero-Commander. 1963. Studio portrait.

347. Edward R. Cain, Vice President, Sales & Service Division, Aero Commander, Inc., 1963. Studio portrait.

348. D.J. Long, Chief Engineer, Aero Commander Research. A 1951 graduate of Oklahoma State University. 1963. Studio portrait.

349. Jack W. Askins, Small Business Advisor to Assistant Secretary of the Army (Logistics) seated at his desk in the Pentagon building. Washington, D.C. Nov. 21, 1956. U.S. Army.

350. Lt. Commander Harold R. Miller, commander of the Naval Transport Training Unit at Tinker Air Force Base. Oklahoma. Jan. 1963. Studio portrait. USAF.

Go to Monroney Photos 351-400
A. S. Mike Monroney Collection Description
A. S. Mike Monroney Photo Collection Description
Carl Albert Center Photo Inventories


Congressional Archives Home | | Carl Albert Center Home | | About the Center | | Contact Us |

Copyright, The Carl Albert Center.