A Field Guide to American Spacecraft would not be complete without the help of many individuals who provided assistance, information, images, graphics, pictures, and support. Thanks to all of you! -- Jim Gerard
Peter Alway -- For providing a great list of aerospace museums and their collections
Stewart W. Bailey -- Executive Director at the Michigan Space & Science Center for pictures of the spacecraft there.
Steve Belanger -- For finding the Apollo 4 capsule and providing images of it.
John B. Charles -- For info and corrections on Apollo Spacecraft and help in identifying spacecraft at Johnson Space Center, and lots of great photos!
Chuck Corway -- For the inspiration and template to begin creation of the Field Guide.
David M. DeFelice -- From Lewis Research Center for info of the Skylab 2 CM there.
Ed Dempsey -- For image of SL-4 and tips on the Apollo BP at the UDT-Seal Museum
John Duncan -- For a great space site and some great info on Apollo capsule construction.
Karl D. Dodenhoff -- For a great website ( http://www.interaxs.net/pub/spacey ) and some clarifications.
Jim Early - For pictures from the Columbus area and the Michigan Space and Science Center.
Dave Edwards -- For info on boilerplates at the Garber Facility and som Air & Space Museum updates.
Ken Elchert -- From Boeing North American Space Division for some great Apollo leads including the Chino and Lancaster, Cal. BPs.
Jeff Foust -- Several images came from Jeff's Space Museum Page.
Bob Gerard -- My baby brother, for reminding me of the Great America Orbiter model and picture of same.
Paul Harris -- For information on the Apollo Boiler plate at the Barringer Meteor Crater.
Larry Klaes -- For leads to the Museum of Science in Boston and a lot of great links! New- his Project Gemini Web Site!
Raye Klopfenstein -- For locating the Apollo Egress Trainer at the Detroit Science Center and his Mercury model.
Sven Knudson -- For allowing me to use his images from Ninfinger Productions. (Lots and lots of images!)
Daniel Kurtz -- For info on the Apollo Boilerplate at the Cernan Space Center.
Kevin Lane-Cummings -- For info on the Gemini mockup at the Pacific Science Center.
Rebecca Looney -- Of the Cradle of Aviation Museum, for info on their spacecraft.
Larry Mock -- For info on the spacecraft at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center
Allen Needell -- From National Air & Space Museum, for info on the artifacts there and the Virginia Air and Space Museum.
Jeff Ollenburger -- Marketing Coordinator at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, for info on the new addition at the Cosmosphere.
Bruce Sebring -- For the lead to the McDonnel-Douglas Prologue Room and their spacecraft.
Mike Smithwick -- For leads on the Japanese LM and stuff that was scrapped.
Glen Swanson -- Editor of QUEST Magazine, for a great magazine and info on the Apollo 1 capsule and the Apollo BP at the Houston Astrodome.
David Temple -- For info on capsules at the Pate Museum of Transportation and Johnson Space Center.
Robert vanGiessen -- For info and images of the Apollo CM in Moscow.
Robert Warshavski -- For info on the BP at Apollo Middle School (How'd you like to see that every morning at school!)
Kathy Watson -- From Langley Research Center for info on the artifacts there and the Virginia Air and Space Museum.
David Weeks -- For providing many images including Gemini 3 and Gemini XI
Keith Wilson -- From the UK for inormation on spacecraft there and helping to solve the riddle of the Franklin Institute LM!
Frank Winter -- Curator of Rocketry at the National Air & Space Museum, for his History Brief on the KSC Saturn V.
Daniel Wright -- For his Apollo 6 Home Page and letting me link to images there.
Amanda Young -- Collections Manager at the National Air & Space Museum, for the list of Spacecraft locations that began the Field Guide.
THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED!