Charles Lindbergh Photos

Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902 -1974) (called "Lucky Lindy" & "The Lone Eagle") gained fame by becoming the first aviator to fly nonstop from New York to Paris on May 20, 1927. He was feted around the world, suffered the tragedy when is son was kidnapped & murdered, and stayed in the public eye with his efforts to keep the United States neutral in World War II.

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Spirit of St Louis first nonstop flight New York to Paris by Charles Lindbergh in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis modified from a original sister plane by Ryan Airlines at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Spirit of St. Louis flew first nonstop New York to Paris flight by Charles Lindbergh in Air & Space Museum. Washington, DC.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis modified from a (c1928) original sister plane by Ryan Airlines at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Replica of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Replica of Ryan M-1 mail & cargo monoplane which was forerunner of Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at San Diego Aerospace Museum. San Diego, CA.Working replica of Lindbergh's Ryan aircraft used in movie Spirit of St. Louis at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Portrait of Charles Lindbergh at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Portrait of Cadet Charles Lindbergh by Medart at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Replica of Ryan M-1 (1926) mail & cargo monoplane which was forerunner of Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis at San Diego Aerospace Museum. San Diego, CA.Working replica of Lindbergh's Ryan aircraft used in movie Spirit of St. Louis at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Portrait of Charles Lindbergh at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Portrait of Cadet Charles Lindbergh (1928) by Medart at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Bust of Charles Lindbergh in International Aerospace Hall of Fame at San Diego Aerospace Museum. San Diego, CA.Tapestry of Charles Lindbergh & Spirit of St. Louis airplane after first flight New York to Paris of at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Souvenir pillow of Captain Charles "Lucky" Lindbergh after 1927 record nonstop trans Atlantic flight at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by French Society of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Bust of Charles Lindbergh in International Aerospace Hall of Fame at San Diego Aerospace Museum. San Diego, CA.Tapestry of Charles Lindbergh & Spirit of St. Louis airplane after first flight New York to Paris of at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Souvenir pillow of Captain Charles "Lucky" Lindbergh after 1927 record nonstop trans Atlantic flight at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by French Society of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Lucky Lindy sheet music at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Lindbergh's flight clothing at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Lindbergh Trophies sign at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Gold medals commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by St. Louis Chamber of Commerce at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Lucky Lindy sheet music (1927) at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Lindbergh's flight clothing at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Lindbergh Trophies sign at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Gold medals commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by St. Louis Chamber of Commerce at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by City of Paris at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Congressional Medal of Honor commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by City of Buffalo, NY at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Various busts to mark Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by City of Paris at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Congressional Medal of Honor commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Gold medal commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight issued by City of Buffalo, NY at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Various busts to mark Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.
Cloisonné crane vase to mark Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight given by American-Japan Society in 1931 at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Charles Lindbergh's Excelsior Motorcycle at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Charles Lindbergh's Excelsior Motorcycle at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Travel trailer built for aviator Charles Lindbergh at Petersen Automotive Museum. Los Angeles, CA.
Cloisonné crane vase to mark Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight given by American-Japan Society in 1931 at Missouri History Museum. St Louis, MO.Charles Lindbergh's Excelsior Motorcycle (1920) at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Charles Lindbergh's Excelsior Motorcycle (1920) at Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, MI.Travel trailer (1939) built for aviator Charles Lindbergh at Petersen Automotive Museum. Los Angeles, CA.
Charles Lindberg's grave at Palapala Hoomau Church. Maui, HI.Lindberg's tombstone at Palapala Hoomau Church. Maui, HI.

Charles Lindberg's grave at Palapala Hoomau Church. Maui, HI.Lindberg's tombstone at Palapala Hoomau Church. Maui, HI.


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