following pdf file contains all of the resized Project Blue Book
documents below and is now housed on the NICAP site for security
<>Commenting on the possibility that what the watchers saw might have been a planet, E. M. Brewer, president of the Texas Astronomers Society, said only two planets, Jupiter and Venus, were at all bright this time of the year.
LITTLE CHANCE OF MISTAKE
Venus, he said, sets at 9 p.m. and Jupiter about midnight. Mr. Brewer believed skilled observers, such as many who reported seeing the object, could not possibly have mistaken the planet Jupiter for anything else.
The original over-sized docs from the footnotes.com site are listed below:
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543507/ 1 RECORD CARD
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543509/ 2 Case #21
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543513/ 3 600 knots at 7500 feet
Skip 4 --same as 2
Skip 5 --same as 3
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543536/ 6 Obser. Vis by Civ. and AF Pers. at Paris
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543542/ 7 Extensive investigation
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543559/ 8 AIR INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REP.
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543563/ 9 AIIR Page 2 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543573/ 10 AIIR Page 3 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543580/ 11 AIIR Page 4 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543586/ 12 AIIR Page 5 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543591/ 13 AIIR Page 6 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543607/ 14 AIIR Page 7 of 7
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543611/ 15 Any unusual radar returns
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543615/ 16 Capt. H. L. Halstead
http://www.footnote.com/image/9543622/ 17 MEMO ROUTING SLIP
Frames 695-704 beginning with
are from the Blue Book Archive.