Lenin Pin, Russian

Lenin Pin, Russian

     

This Lenin lapel pin belonged to Space Shuttle astronaut David M. Brown. He flew on Shuttle mission STS-107 (2003) and died when Columbia disintegrated during reentry. Brown earned a medical degree, served in U.S. Navy, and became flight surgeon and naval aviator. He collected pins such as this during his career as an astronaut, which took him on frequent trips to Russia. After the shuttle mission ended in tragedy, his family gave this and other personal items to the Museum, which he had enjoyed visiting in his youth.

Gift of Paul D. and Dorothy R. Brown.

Country of Origin
Russian Federation

Astronaut
David M. Brown
Manufacturer
Unknown

Type
MEMORABILIA-People

Materials
metal and lacquer
Dimensions
Overall: 1.91 x 1.91 x 0.64cm (3/4in. x 3/4in. x 1/4in.)

This Lenin lapel pin belonged to Space Shuttle astronaut David M. Brown. He flew on Shuttle mission STS-107 (2003) and died when Columbia disintegrated during reentry. Brown earned a medical degree, served in U.S. Navy, and became flight surgeon and naval aviator. He collected pins such as this during his career as an astronaut, which took him on frequent trips to Russia. After the shuttle mission ended in tragedy, his family gave this and other personal items to the Museum, which he had enjoyed visiting in his youth.

Gift of Paul D. and Dorothy R. Brown.

Country of Origin
Russian Federation

Astronaut
David M. Brown
Manufacturer
Unknown

Type
MEMORABILIA-People

Materials
metal and lacquer
Dimensions
Overall: 1.91 x 1.91 x 0.64cm (3/4in. x 3/4in. x 1/4in.)

ID: A20080082000