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October 17, 2007




(Left photo) Moonwalker Charles M. Duke, Jr., Philanthropist Fred Bentley, and David Frohman in the rare book room of Kennesaw State University


(Right photo) Apollo 16 Moonwalker Charles M. Duke, Jr. addresses students, faculty, and dignitaries at Kennesaw State University



David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., has completed the donation of $441,000.00 worth of flown lunar artifacts to Kennesaw State University in Atlanta


October 17, 2007




David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce that he has successfully completed a donation that he arranged of $441,000.00 worth of flown lunar artifacts to Kennesaw State University in Atlanta.



The artifacts originate from the personal space collection of Apollo 16 astronaut and Moonwalker Charles M. Duke, Jr., and includes a complete Apollo 16 checklist used on the Moon. The donation also includes a navigation map used aboard the "Lunar Rover" as the astronauts drove around on the Moon, and a wonderful collection of flags that were flown on the mission as well.

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