This item is a small key charm given to Gen. Medaris from the City of Huntsville, Alabama. View a 360 degree spin of this item at http://arqspin.com/s/bp12t9tz3v4k
This is a fun award of a gold replica of a hot dog given to Gen. Medaris from "Hot Dog." View a 360 degree spin of this item at http://arqspin.com/s/1gwtuyvxx9s6s
January 31, 1959. This award is a miniature replica Explorer I motor encased in resin. It was presented to Gen. Medaris to commemorate the first anniversary of the launch of Explorer I, the first satellite of the United States. View a 360 degree spin of this item at http://arqspin.com/s/1qgaoqsr2kac1
1958. This award was given to General Medaris for his speech at the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. View a 360 degree spin of this item at http://arqspin.com/s/9e41xl4pssji
1958, Huntsville, Alabama. This Award of Excellence was presented to Gen. Medaris for "a demonstration of concern to humanity and to this Community in his unselfish and faithful service" as Campaign Chairman of the Redstone United Givers Fund.
April 30, 1958. This Argentine Officer Dress Uniform bronze statue was given to Gen. J.B. Medaris by Maj. Gen. Fernando I. Huergo in remembrance of his visit to Redstone Arsenal.
July 16, 1958. This plaque was awarded to Pilot Maj. Gen. J.B. Medaris and Co-pilot Capt. J.K. Selfe.
August 28, 1958. This award was presented to Gen. Medaris for the delivery of the Jupiter missile system to the U.S. Air Force.
December 7, 1958. This crystal box award has a lid that is engraved with, "John B. Medaris, Face the Nation, December 7, 1958."
1959. This is a golden coin with the seal of Seton Hall University on it. The coin is set in a leather box with velvet lining. The seal has the school's motto (in Norman French/English), "Hazard Zet Forward." In English this translates to, "Despite hazards, move forward."