A Heinlein Concordance

created by M. E. Cowan

Robert A Heinlein

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From the stories:   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ
From the real world:  
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w xyz

A Heinlein Concordance 2004 M.E.Cowan

 

"The Black Pits of Luna"


Sam Houston Adams
Man who died in a laboratory explosion on Luna. A memorial was set up to him and other victims.

Colonial Services
Safety patrol in Luna; its members were called rangers.

Devil's Graveyard
Site on Luna, part of the conducted tour of Rutherford. Baby Darling Logan was lost there.

Thomas Dooley
[mentioned in passing] Man who died in a lab explosion on Luna. A memorial was set up to him and other victims.

Evans (no first name)
Director of the Harriman Trust in Luna.
(also in other stories)

Maurice Feinstein
[mentioned in passing] Died in a laboratory explosion on Luna. A memorial was set up to him and other victims.

Delos D. Harriman
Business tycoon who inspired and largely funded many space-related endeavors, including the first trip to the moon. Harriman is mentioned indirectly in most of the Future History stories, mostly in businesses and institutions bearing his name. In "The Black Pits of Luna", he is referenced indirectly; the Harriman Trust is Richard Logan's employer.
(also in other stories)

Hazel Hayakawa
[mentioned in passing] Woman who died in a lab explosion on Luna. A memorial was set up to her and other victims.

Tom Jeremy
[mentioned in passing] Character in the video serial The Space Troopers.

Latham (no first name)
Executive of the Harriman Trust, operating in Luna.
(also in other stories)

Lawrenceville
[mentioned in passing] Dick Logan's school.

"Baby Darling" Logan (no other first name)
Younger son of Harriman executive Richard Logan, brought to the moon during his father's a business trip. He was older than the name implies, probably about five; he was obviously quite spoiled and used to getting his own way. During a guided tour on the lunar surface, he wandered away and got lost; his older brother Dick Logan eventually found him after other efforts failed.

Dick Logan
Older son of a Harriman executive, and a Boy Scout. He visited the Moon with his family, and was the only one to appreciate the experience. When his younger brother wandered off during an "outside" tour, Dick found him after other efforts failed. There is an implication that he would return to the Moon when he grew up.
("The Black Pits of Luna")

Richard Logan
Businessman (Harriman executive) who visited Luna to consult with officials of the Harriman Trust, bringing his family with him.
("The Black Pits of Luna")

Mrs. Logan (no first name)
Woman who accompanied her husband to Luna for a business trip; she hated the experience except for the opportunity to wear scanty formal attire. She referred to herself as "Mother Dear".

Moonbat Patrol
Scout patrol in Rutherford, Luna.

Perkins (no first name)
Mrs. Logan's mispronunciation of Mr. Perrin's name.
(also in other stories)

Perrin (no first name)
Colonial Services ranger and Scoutmaster in Luna, who conducted tours. He aided in the search after Baby Darling Logan was lost.

Rutherford
Site in Luna, apparently a business center.

Kurt Schaeffer
[mentioned in passing] Died in a lab explosion on Luna; a memorial was set up to him and other victims.

Shorty
Mr. Perrin's name for Dick Logan.
(also in other stories)

G. Washington Slappey
Scientist who died in a lab explosion on Luna. A memorial was set up to him and other victims.

Smythe (no first name)
Ranger who led the tourist party back to Rutherford after Baby Darling Logan was lost.

The Space Troopers
[mentioned in passing] Popular video show.

Spaceways Magazine
Publication that featured popular stories about space travel and planetary colonies.

 


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