A Texas auction house says it is organizing and preparing for the sale of items from Neil Armstrong’s boyhood home. The first man to walk on the moon died last August at the age of 82. Heritage Auctions says the family which bought the house in the mid 60’s have been holding onto the items for nearly 50 years. The items up for auction on April 18th include drawings made by Armstrong when he was a boy and one of his toy airplanes. A signed photo of Armstrong will also go on the auction block that day as well.