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Farris, Bluford - State: Kentucky - Year: [Blank]

Walston, Bluford - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 12th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Misc Cards, H-Y - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Watson, Bluford - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - 12th US Colored Heavy Artillery - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Gant, Bluford - 2d Georgia Cavalry

Henderson, Bluford W - Seventh Battalion, Cavalry

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

ASTRONAUT G BLUFORD SPEAKING TO STUDENTS

Astronaut selectee Major Guion S. Bluford Jr. stands beside the Apollo 15 capsule during a tour of the Air Force Museum

STS053-04-012 - STS-053 - Clifford and Bluford at lockers at the FWD MDDK

STS053-04-017 - STS-053 - Clifford and Bluford at lockers at the FWD MDDK

STS053-03-033 - STS-053 - Bluford in the MDDK

STS053-01-024 - STS-053 - Cabana and Bluford in the FWD FD

STS053-06-017 - STS-053 - Crewmembers using the HERCULES camera system in the aft FD

STS053-04-033 - STS-053 - Crewmembers in the MDDK with the Fluid Acquisition and Resupply Equipment experiment

STS053-02-027 - STS-053 - Bluford and Voss in the FD

STS053-01-021 - STS-053 - Bluford in the aft FD

STS053-246-022 - STS-053 - Bluford works on the MDDK FARE experiment

STS053-246-021 - STS-053 - Bluford works on the MDDK FARE experiment

STS053-245-021 - STS-053 - Bluford in the FWD MDDK

STS053-03-007 - STS-053 - Bluford and Voss in the FD

STS053-03-024 - STS-053 - Bluford in the aft FD reviewing the geographic photo atlas

STS053-28-005 - STS-053 - Crewmembers in the MDDK setting up the laptop computer

STS053-04-013 - STS-053 - Clifford and Bluford at lockers at the FWD MDDK

STS053-01-033 - STS-053 - Bluford in the aft FD

STS053-01-034 - STS-053 - Bluford in the aft FD

STS053-245-006 - STS-053 - Bluford and Clifford with FARE experiment

STS053-06-016 - STS-053 - Crewmembers using the HERCULES camera system in the aft FD

STS053-04-032 - STS-053 - Crewmembers in the MDDK with the Fluid Acquisition and Resupply Equipment experiment

STS053-01-022 - STS-053 - Clifford and Bluford in the aft FD

STS053-06-018 - STS-053 - Crewmembers using the HERCULES camera system in the aft FD

STS053-245-003 - STS-053 - Bluford and Clifford in the MDDK

STS053-01-025 - STS-053 - Cabana and Bluford in the FWD FD

STS053-06-015 - STS-053 - Crewmembers using the HERCULES camera system in the aft FD

STS053-03-008 - STS-053 - Bluford and Voss in the FD

STS053-01-032 - STS-053 - Clifford and Bluford in the aft FD

STS053-28-004 - STS-053 - Crewmembers in the MDDK setting up the laptop computer

LT. COL. Guion S. Buford, USAF, visits Pennsylvania State University to deliver the keynote address at the Second Air Force Engineering Symposium. Bluford, a Penn State alumnus, is also the first black astronaut in the space shuttle program

S08-12-311 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-12-310 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-19-500 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-01-028 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-19-492 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-19-506 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-12-312 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-19-493 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-12-314 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-01-005 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on middeck

S08-19-494 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-11-275 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford removes equipment from aft middeck locker

S08-12-307 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-12-329 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford uses treadmill on middeck

S08-12-302 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-19-488 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-19-499 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-19-490 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-16-437 - STS-008 - MS Bluford and MS Thornton conduct biomedical experiment on middeck

S08-12-308 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-13-351 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford sleeps on middeck

S08-11-271 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford removes equipment from aft middeck locker

S08-16-436 - STS-008 - MS Bluford and MS Thornton conduct biomedical experiment on middeck

S08-12-304 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-19-503 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-18-470 - STS-008 - MS Bluford rehydrates food / beverage container on middeck

S08-01-026 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-13-350 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford sleeps on middeck

S08-12-305 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-01-030 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-19-504 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-11-273 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford removes equipment from aft middeck locker

S08-01-027 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-11-274 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford removes equipment from aft middeck locker

S08-12-306 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-04-091 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on middeck treadmill

S08-04-104 - STS-008 - Commander Truly and Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford sleep on middeck

S08-01-033 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-19-489 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-04-103 - STS-008 - Commander Truly and Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford sleep on middeck

S08-12-303 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

S08-13-361 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-01-029 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford exercises on middeck treadmill

S08-19-491 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck with Air Force decal

S08-19-505 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-11-272 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford removes equipment from aft middeck locker

S08-19-498 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on forward flight deck displays decal

S08-14-391 - STS-008 - Pilot Brandenstein and Mission Specialist (MS) Bluford on middeck

S08-16-435 - STS-008 - MS Bluford and MS Thornton conduct biomedical experiment on middeck

S08-01-001 - STS-008 - Mission Specialist (MS) Thornton and MS Bluford on middeck

S08-12-313 - STS-008 - MS Bluford conducts Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES) experiment

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger (STS-8) makes the first nighttime landing of the Space Transportation System as it touches down on Runway 22 at 12:40 am PDT at the end of a six-day mission. Aboard the shuttle are: Richard H. Truly, commander; Daniel Brandenstein, pilot; and mission specialists Guion S. Bluford, Dale A. Gardner and Dr. William E. Thornton

Astronaut Guion S. Bluford, mission specialist, walks on a treadmill exerciser during a medical test aboard the space shuttle orbiter Challenger (STS-8)

The space shuttle orbiter Challenger (STS-8) makes the first nighttime landing of the Space Transportation System as it touches down on Runway 22 at 12:40 am PDT at the end of a six-day mission. Aboard are Richard H. Truly, commander; Daniel Brandenstein, pilot; and mission specialists Guion S. Bluford, Dale A. Gardner and Dr. William E. Thornton

Artwork:"COL. Guion S. Bluford Jr., USAF Fighter Pilot, Astronaut/Space Pioneer". Artist: Harrison E. Benton (NY)

Retired astronaut Dr. Guion S. Bluford, the first African-American to fly in space, greets and signs autographs for Kaleigh, Juleigh, Ashleigh, and Emaleigh Morford at Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, United Kingdom (UK). Dr. Bluford is visiting numerous bases throughout Europe as part of the Extreme Summer Tour activities organized by Air Force Services

"Pearl, Miss., May 17, 2014 -- The FEMA/Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Disaster Recovery Center table at the Pearl Day Festival. The table is staffed by FEMA's Doretha Fullard and Stacey Bluford and MEMA's Loretta Thorpe. Residents in Itawamba, Jones, Leake, Montgomery, Simpson, Warren, Lee, Lowdnes, Madison, Wayne, Rankin and Winston counties whose property was damaged by the recent storms, tornadoes and flooding in Mississippi may now apply for federal assistance, and are encouraged to apply, to FEMA by calling (800) 621-3362, (TTY) (800) 462-7585, or by applying online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov. FEMA/Bill Koplitz"

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