Bed Ethel Rosenberg slept in the night before her execution. 1953-1998.
The Prosecutor addresses the jury after it found Julius and Ethel Rosenberg guilty.
"The conviction of the defendants in a criminal case is no occasion for exultation. It has been said the Government never loses a case-because if there is a conviction the guilty are punished, and if there is an acquittal, the presumption of innocence must permanently prevail. The jury's verdict is a ringing answer of our democratic society to those who would destroy it." [ ]
Bed Neil Armstrong slept in his first night back from the moon, 1969-1998. Houston comes on the air and announces that the President of the United States would like to talk to Neil.
"That would be an honor," says Neil with characteristic dignity. The President's voice smoothly fills the airwaves with the unaccustomed cadence of the speechmaker, trained to convey inspiration: "Neil, I'm talking to you by telephone from the Oval Office at the White House, and this certainly has to be the most important telephone call ever made."
Ronald Jones, painted steel bed frame, mattress, pillow, pillowcase, blanket, sheets, 30 x 54 x 27 x 27"
Ronald Jones, wooden headboard and bed frame, matress, box springs, pillow, pillowcase, sheets, woven aluminium bedspread, carpet, (bed) 30x 54x27", (carpet) 42 x 77"
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