Books from Dr. Scott Maclaren’s estate available for purchase

Dr Scott Maclaren book sale

By Alice M. Hoffman, NSS President

Thank you to Dr. Tanya Sienko (photo below) for organizing Scott’s donation and to all the NSS members who stopped by our display at ISDC in Los Angeles and took home a lovely book or piece of art for their own collection and to support a good cause! All of the fabulous books and artwork donated by Scott’s estate that we were able to take to ISDC to benefit NSS education were sold, but there are a few that remain for purchase now (and some Apollo items that will be on sale at ISDC 2019 in Washington DC). Please take a look at the list in this Excel file and if you’d like to purchase anything let me know at [email protected] by July 30. After that, we’ll be selling them to a science book store.

A special thanks to Dr. Tanya Sienko.


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