Dr. Edgar D. Mitchell and David Frohman at Kennesaw State University
David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., has arranged the donation of $463,000.00 worth of flown lunar artifacts to Kennesaw State University in Atlanta
October 6, 2008
David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce that he has arranged the donation of $463,000.00 in lunar artifacts to Kennesaw State University in Atlanta. The artifacts originate from the personal space collection of Apollo 14 Moonwalker Edgar D. Mitchell, who along with Frohman spoke today at the university to a capacity crowd of students and dignitaries.
Dr. Mitchell became only the sixth man to ever walk on the Moon during his historic Apollo 14 landing with Alan Shepard in February, 1971.
"The donation that I completed today through the generosity of Dr. Mitchell endows Kennesaw State University with more lunar artifacts then likely any other museum apart from the Smithsonian or its affiliated museums, Frohman said. "This was a very generous gift on the part of Dr. Mitchell, who has given the people of Georgia an amazing legacy for both this generation and those to come"!