I love how everything was done with typewriters back then.
This one went to the moon for three days, and covered the procedures upon returning from EVA 2, the second moonwalk. (This was the expedition with the clever lunar rover fender repair. Following the guidance from astronaut John Young at Mission Control, they rebuilt the fender using lunar maps and clamps from the optical alignment telescope lamp. )
The instructions here read, In short: close the hatch, re-pressurize the LM cabin, doff gloves and helmets…
It comes from the personal collection of Mission Commander Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon. Apollo 17 was the first and only night launch of a Saturn V.