A bit behind the curve on this one, but a couple of great photos from the day of the first viewing of the prototype Shuttle USS Enterprise on 17th September 1976.
Great story from Walter Koenig (Chekov) from his autobiography:
"We were called to attention and the air force band began to play the national anthem.
"The music subsided and we resumed our seats. Mr. John F. Yardley, the associate administrator, Office of Space Flight, NASA, called for the roll-out to begin. The order was passed through the ranks. The taxiing vehicle appeared around the corner of a building. In tow was Orbiter 101. It began its approach. I noticed in passing that the air force band leader had raised his baton. The carrier was closer now and then closer still. Then it happened. The band leader moved his hands with an emphatic gesture and suddenly we were standing and shaking hands and embracing each other. The space craft was approaching to the theme music from "Star Trek." The same chill ran down all our spines. I can't remember seeing a group of people so moved as those in the row beside me. I felt myself close to tears and wasn't the least embarrassed by it. Orbiter 101 was now directly in front of us. Across the nose of the ship was the word 'Enterprise.'"