Reeves, William D.

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    Finding Aid for the William D. Reeves Papers (HSF-74)
    (UHCL Archives staff, 2023) Reeves, William D.; Reeves, William D.
    The William D. Reeves Papers consists of booklets, binders, calendars, correspondence, handbooks, memorandums, operating manuals, publications, schedules, technical drawings, technical manuals, technical reports, presentations, and miscellaneous materials used by William D. Reeves during his time working at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Reeves worked at NASA from 1967 until 2001. The bulk of the collection is composed of Reeves’ copies of handbooks, presentations, technical manuals, technical reports, and other materials that include his personal notes from 1988 to 2001, that he used while working as a NASA Flight Director and the Manager of the Space Shuttle/Space Station Integration Office. Reeves was an electrical engineer known for his work with the Space Shuttle partnership with Russian Space Station MIR, as well as his help building the International Space Station. Also, within the collection are documents from the Space Station Freedom project. There are general correspondence and presentation slides from the United Space Alliance, and RID Reports are present.