A NASA co-worker of Bob Moody’s, Mary Ann Howard, saved lots of photographs and documents from her years of working there, as her daughter Hilary recently discovered in settline her estate. She sent this article to Bob which he had never seen. Marshall Star 1964
It’s pretty descriptive of his work there while creating illustrations of the Apollo I moon mission. As the article states,
“Quite often, scientists and engineers provide him with a rough drawing of some piece of space equipment. They give him an oral explanation of the mission and the nearby environment where it will operate. They need not do more.”
Thank you Hilary for passing this on!