There are several specific areas where we seek your assistance.
We have done our very best to include a picture for every Lost in Space
item listed. Regrettably there are a lot of instances where we have a
poor picture (usually b/w) or no picture at all. We would be most grateful
to anyone who can supply us with missing images to fill the void or better
pictures than those currently displayed.
We would love to expand our "souvenir" section. So if you have anything
unusual like drawings of Lost in Space from your childhood, advertising
items using a Lost in Space theme, etc. please digitize or send a photo
to us. We'd love to show them off to others.
We are anxious to acquire scanned images of fan taken photographs especially
rare never before published ones. Things like behind the scene production
photographs, tourist photographs of the 20th Century lot, etc. etc.
Basically anything which might be of interest to others. So if you
are lucky enough to have this kind of stuff please make them
available so others can enjoy them as well.
Props, Scratch Built and TV Guides
Other photographs we are actively seeking are photographs of fan owned
original Lost in Space props, pictures of fan scratch built models or
full-sized Robots, and scanned images of TV guides with Lost in Space
Articles, Corrections, Information
We don't claim all the information found on these pages is 100% accurate
or complete, but this is a long term goal we have set for ourselves.
You can help us by making us aware of any omissions or mistakes
that you come across. Remember you will not only be helping us but
other fellow collectors as well.
Do you have a favorite Lost in Space collectible? Perhaps you still have
a childhood toy. Why not take some photos and write a feature article
for the "Featured Collectibles" section.
One plan for the future is to create a section on TV Guides in which we will
reproduce original articles from the 60's dealing with Lost in Space.
These will be organized in chronological order. We are interested in
all articles, large or small - but they must be from original 60's TV
In the section "In the News" we plan to maintain a scrapbook of current
news items about Lost in Space. So if interesting Lost in Space
news surfaces in your local area let us know about it.