NASA Johnson Space Center Collection
Apollo 14 crewmen show off lunar rocks during meeting with newsmen
The Apollo 14 crewmen show off some of the largest of the lunar rocks which they brought back from the Moon during a through-the-glass meeting with newsmen in the Crew Reception Area of the Luanr Receiving Laboratory at the Manned Spacecraft Center. Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. (right) leans over to view a large basketball-size rock which Astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell points out. Astronaut Stuart A. Roosa looks on (near center of the photograph). Four of the 14 men quarantined with the Apollo 14 crew look on in the background (20373); Mitchell points toward some walnut and potoato-size rocks taken from the tote bag at left while Shepard stands near a large basketball-size sample (20374); Mitchell (left) holds up a tote bag in which some of the lunar samples were stowed while Shepard looks on (20375).
Johnson Space Center (JSC)
Link To Source