date(s):
1827-1969
subject(s):
Aeronautics
type(s):
Documentary Artifacts; Collection
A0904 Lindbergh, Charles Augustus Papers Inventory of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers A0904 EAD by Jaime Bourassa using ArchivesSpace Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center 2018 225 S. Skinker Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105 archives@mohistory.org URL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2018-09-26 06:42:34 -0500 . English Describing Archives: A Content Standard English Missouri Historical Society Library and Research Center Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001 A0904 81.0 Cubic Feet (124 boxes; 2 wrapped packages; 42 volumes; oversize material) 1827-1969 1927-1942 The documentation of Charles Lindbergh's 1927 transatlantic flight and his involvement in the early development of aviation in the United States constitute the major strengths of the Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers. Papers concerning his scientific endeavors and literary contributions are also a major focus. A substantial number of documents in the collection relate to the literary productions of Anne Morrow Lindbergh and her activities with her husband. The papers contain some material on the kidnapping of the Lindberghs' son, but that subject is documented more fully in the Lindbergh Collection at Yale University. The Lindbergh Papers span the years 1827-1969. However, the bulk of the collection covers the 15-year period following Charles A. Lindbergh’s 1927 transatlantic flight for which he won the Orteig Prize for becoming the first person to fly nonstop from New York to Paris. The papers are arranged in 10 major series according to the form of material. The series are as follows: 1) journals, logbooks and notebooks; 2) correspondence; 3) financial documents; 4) legal documents; 5) literary productions; 6) printed material; 7) maps; 8) sheet music; 9) stamps; and 10) scrapbooks. Additional languages in Foreign Correspondence and Printed Materials, including but not limited to Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, and Swedish. Processing Information Processed by Jean Douglas Streeter, Charles A. Lindbergh Archivist, and completed June 23, 1983. Donor Information The papers of Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974), aviator, scientist, writer and conservationist, were donated to the Missouri Historical Society by Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh over a period of years from 1932-1951. They felt it appropriate that the Missouri Historical Society become the repository for the papers since the Society had received over 15,000 artifacts and memorabilia associated with the New York to Paris flight in 1927. For years the papers remained unorganized in file cabinets and, in many instances, in the original envelopes the Lindberghs used to send them to the Society. In 1980, Anne Morrow Lindbergh and William Jovanovich provided funding to employ a project archivist to arrange the collection and to prepare a descriptive register. Biographical Sketch The following is a chronological list of important events in the life of Charles A. Lindbergh. Life Events 1902 Born in Detroit, Michigan, on February 4; son of Charles August and Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh; father a lawyer in Little Falls, Minnesota, and Republican Congressman, 1907-1917; mother a high school science teacher; half-sisters, Eva and Lillian Lindbergh. 1907-1918 Attended eleven different schools in various states and the District of Columbia; graduated from Little Falls High School. 1918-1920 Worked on family farm in Minnesota; entered the University of Wisconsin in the fall of 1920 as a mechanical engineering student. 1922 Left the University of Wisconsin in February to enroll as flying student at Nebraska Standard Aircraft Corporation, Lincoln, Nebraska; made first flight on April 9 and first parachute jump in June. 1922-1924 Barnstormed in Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas; was wing walker, parachute jumper and mechanic. 1923 Bought first plane, a war-surplus Curtiss Jenny in Souther Field, Georgia; barnstormed in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Attended the International Air Races at Lambert Field, St. Louis, Missouri, in October; remained in St. Louis the remainder of the year to give flying lessons and perform piloting jobs at Lambert Field. 1924 Left St. Louis in January to barnstorm for three months in southern and western states. Enlisted as U.S. Army flying cadet in March at the Primary Flying School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, Texas. Father died on May 24. Entered U.S. Air Service Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. 1925 Graduated first in his class from Kelly Field on March 19; commissioned second lieutenant in Air Service Officers’ Reserve Corps. Barnstormed and worked with flying circus from March to September. Employed by Mil-High Airways and Flying Circus, Denver, Colorado from September to November. Became Chief Pilot for Robertson Aircraft Corporation, St. Louis, Missouri; instructed students and laid plans for airmail route to Chicago. Enlisted in 110th Observation Squadron, 35th Division, Missouri National Guard in December; promoted to first lieutenant. 1926 Made first Chicago to St. Louis airmail flight on April 15. Appointed captain in Air Corps Reserve. Began to organize the New York to Paris flight in September; nine St. Louis businessmen formed the Spirit of St. Louis Organization to back Lindbergh. 1927 Placed order for the “Spirit of St. Louis” with Ryan Airlines, Inc., San Diego, California, in February; plane was completed on April 28. Left San Diego for St. Louis on May 10; left St. Louis for New York on May 11; the total flying time (21 hours, 45 minutes) from San Diego to New York set a transcontinental air record. May 20-21, flew from New York to Paris in 33 1/2 hours and won Orteig Prize of $25,000 for first nonstop transatlantic flight between the two cities; received awards from all over the world, including the first U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross. Employed by the Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aviation and, as part of the campaign to publicize air travel, toured the United States with the “Spirit of St. Louis.” Published We in October. Made first nonstop flight (27 hours, 10 minutes) from Washington to Mexico City where he was guest of the U.S. Ambassador Dwight Whitney Morrow and his family. 1928 Completed South American good-will tour in “Spirit of St. Louis” in February. On April 30th, flew the “Spirit of St. Louis” for the last time from St. Louis to Washington, D.C., where he presented the plane to the Smithsonian Institute. Joined Transcontinental Air Transport in May as Chairman of Technical Committee; became technical advisor to Pan American Airways. 1929 Engagement to Anne Spencer Morrow announced on February 12. Made trail-blazing flight to Central American for Pan American Airways; discovered Maya ruins in Yucatan on return trip and became interested in promoting the use of airplanes in scientific work. Married Anne Morrow on May 27. Inaugurated first transcontinental air passenger service. With Anne Morrow Lindbergh, aided archaeologists of Carnegie Institution of Washington in making aerial survey of the region of the Pueblos in Arizona and New Mexico, and the Maya in the Yucatan Peninsula. Met Robert H. Goddard in November and worked to secure funds for Goddard’s rocket research. 1930 Made record transcontinental flight in April with Anne Morrow Lindbergh as co-pilot and navigator. Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. born on June 22. 1930-1935 Collaborated with French biologist, Dr. Alexis Carrel, in scientific experiments at the Rockefeller Institute in New York; developed the perfusion pump with Dr. Carrel. 1931 Made flight by the Great Circle Route over Artic Sea to China with Anne Morrow Lindbergh, July-October; made aerial survey of China flood area. Dwight Whitney Morrow died on October 5. Built home in Hopewell, New Jersey. 1932 Charles Lindbergh, Jr. kidnapped on March 1 and his body found on May 12. Published “A Method for Washing Corpuscles in Suspension” in April issue of Science . Jon Morrow Lindbergh born on August 16. 1933 Made Atlantic survey flight with Anne Morrow Lindbergh for Pan American Airways to plot new transatlantic passenger route. 1934 Bruno Hauptman arrested and charged with kidnapping Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Publically opposed the February cancellation of air mail contracts by President Roosevelt; in March testified at Senate hearing on bill to return air mail to the airlines. 1935 Bruno Hauptman tried and convicted for kidnapping. Published article announcing design of perfusion pump with Alexis Carrel in June issue of Science . Published “An Apparatus for the Culture of Whole Organs” in September issue of The Journal of Experimental Medicine . In December moved with family to England; resided at Long Barn, the home of Harold Nicolson, near Sevenoaks Weald, in Kent. 1936 Made first of five trips to Germany to investigate and evaluate German air power. Bruno Hauptman electrocuted on April 3. 1937 Made three-month trip (February-April) to India with Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Land Morrow Lindbergh born May 12. 1938 Published The Culture of Organs with Alexis Carrel. Moved with family to Illiec Island off the coast of France. 1939 Returned with family to the United States; resided at Lloyd’s Neck, Long Island. 1939-1941 Spoke at rallies, published articles, and made radio broadcasts opposing United States intervention in war in Europe. 1940 Anne Spencer Lindbergh born on October 2. 1941 Testified at public hearings against Lend-Lease bill. Became member of the Board of the American First Committee in April and spoke under the committee’s auspices. Resigned his commission as colonel in the U.S. Air Corps Reserve. 1942 Scott Morrow Lindberg born August 13. 1942-1943 Served as technical consultant and test pilot for aviation industry. 1944 Flew 50 combat missions in South Pacific while serving as a technical representative of United Aircraft under Navy supervision to study performance of fighter planes. 1945 Member of naval technical mission to study Germany’s missile and aircraft developments. Reeve Morrow Lindbergh born October 2. 1947-1954 Served as special adviser to U.S. Air Force. 1948 Published Of Flight and Life . 1953 Published The Spirit of St. Louis . 1954 Appointed to rank of brigadier general in the U.S. Air Force Reserve by President Eisenhower. Awarded Pulitzer Prize for The Spirit of St. Louis . Mother died on September 7. 1954-1974 Engaged in conservation and wildlife preservation expeditions. 1965 Redesigned perfusion pump for Naval Medical Research Institute. 1966-1972 Served on board of trustees of World Wildlife Fund. 1970-1973 Member of Citizens Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality. 1970 Published Wartime Journals . 1972 Published Boyhood on the Upper Mississippi . 1974 Died on August 26 on Maui, Hawaii; buried at Kipahulu. 1976 Autobiography of Values published posthumously. Scope and Contents The Charles A. Lindbergh Papers span the years of 1827 to 1969 with the bulk of the material falling into the 15-year period following his historic transatlantic flight in 1927. The papers from this period document the preparation Lindbergh made for the New York-Paris journey. They also reflect the tremendous response from the heads of nations and states and from people around the world to his epic achievement, and to the significant events in the personal lives of the Lindberghs. The birth of their first child, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr., in 1930, and his tragic death two years later generated worldwide attention and concern, which is revealed in hundreds of letters in the collection. The last major public response to the Lindberghs to be documented in the papers are letters received following Charles Lindbergh’s radio addresses in 1940 advocating non-intervention of the United States in the impending war in Europe. Additional papers record Lindbergh’s paramount interest during the 1930s in the promotion and development of aviation, his pursuit of a scientific career at the Rockefeller Institute, and the beginnings of the distinguished literary careers of both Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Important correspondence also exists between Lindbergh and the Missouri Historical Society which punctuates the history of the Society’s role in preserving the Lindbergh Papers and the large collection of gifts, medals, and trophies presented to him in recognition of his historic flight. Non-manuscript material (sheet music, stamps, scrapbooks, and printed material) amplifies the fact that the world’s response to this twentieth century hero was virtually unprecedented. Series I, Journals, Logbooks, and Notebooks , includes items that belonged to Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Evangeline Land Lodge Lindbergh (mother of Lindbergh), Edwin A. Lodge (Lindbergh’s maternal great-grandfather), Harriet Clubb Lodge Lindsay (Lindbergh’s maternal great-great-grandmother) and Elisabeth Reeve Morrow (sister of Anne Morrow Lindbergh). Typescripts of Lindbergh’s earliest journals (1912-1916) give accounts of significant events in his youth: a trip to Panama with his mother; a train ride from Detroit to Washington, D.C.; attendance at the closing session of Congress; a camping trip with his father on the Mississippi River; and details of a journey from Florida to Minnesota on his Excelsior motorcycle. Journals from 1931-1933 contain sporadic records of his daily activities, many of them referring to his work at the Rockefeller Institute. Entries stopped five days before the kidnapping of their son on March 1, 1932. They do not begin again until March 1933 when he wrote of two trips he made with Mrs. Lindbergh in conjunction with his position as technical advisor to two major airlines. These were the inspection trip over the air route of Transcontinental and Western Airlines, and the transatlantic survey flight made for Pan American Airways. In 1937 Lindbergh began to make regular entries in his journals of activities and personal observations while living in Europe. The collection contains these original bound journals from 1937-1938 and typescripts of those kept until 1945. Edited versions of these diaries were published in 1970 as The Wartime Journals of Charles A. Lindbergh . Journals of Anne Morrow Lindbergh date from 1919-1945. They provide vivid accounts of her years as college student, wife, mother, pilot, navigator, and distinguished writer. The contents of many of the journals have been published in book form: Bring Me A Unicorn: Diaries and Letters 1922-1928 ; Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead: Diaries and Letters 1929-1932 ; Locked Rooms and Open Doors: Diaries and Letters 1933-1935 ; The Flower and the Nettle 1936-1939 ; and War Within and Without; Diaries and Letters 1939-1944 . Other journals in the collection kept by relatives of Charles and Anne Lindbergh provide additional notes of family history. All of them are typed copies of the originals. The journals of Edwin Albert Lodge (1822-1887) contain phrenological analyses of his character made over a period of years from 1847-1855. His 1838 journal was used by two people: the first part is his own, and the second section has been identified as that of his mother, Harriet Clubb Lodge Lindsay (1795- ). It contains an account of her ocean voyage from England to America and the journey to Buffalo by boat up the Hudson River and over the Erie Canal. Of particular interest are her vivid descriptions of the American people and countryside. The journals of Elisabeth Reeve Morrow were written while she was a student at college and during the first years as a fifth grade teacher. Lindbergh’s characteristic thoroughness in planning and documenting his flights is reflected in the logbooks and notebooks files in this series. The original logbooks date from 1922-1929. They record his flying time on different types of planes while barnstorming in the Midwest. They also record his flights as a cadet student at Kelly Field in Texas. A separate logbook for the “Spirit of St. Louis” records each flight made in the famous plane, beginning with the test flights conducted in April 1927. Typescripts of additional logbooks in the series include chronological logs for all flights made by Lindbergh from 1936-1944. The notebook carried on the historic New York-Paris flight contains lists of equipment necessary for the flight in addition to an outline of plans for the initial trip from San Diego to New York. Other notebooks in the series include Lindbergh’s school records and papers from 1913-1915, and his mother’s chemistry notebook used when she was a graduate student at Columbia University in the summer of 1925. The strength of the Charles A. Lindbergh Papers, the documentation of the events leading up to and including the historic flight from New York to Paris and its resultant impact upon the future of commercial aviation, is found in the Correspondence Series. The large collection of Lindbergh’s public mail and personal correspondence has been arranged in this series according to subject matter. The ten subseries are as follows: Personal Papers Pre-1927, Transatlantic Flight (1927), Correspondence with Tribute Poetry (1927-1935), Charles A Lindbergh, Jr. (1930-1938), Campaign for Non-intervention in World War II (1940), Personal Correspondence (1927-1941), General Correspondence (1928-1940), Subject Files (1927-1953), Typescripts (1843-1942) , and Missouri Historical Society (1927-1969) . Personal Papers Pre-1927 is the smallest of the subseries. It contains letters from Lindbergh’s parents, a few friends, and business acquaintances. Records from Air Service Flying Schools in Texas, which Lindbergh attended, and memorandums from the Air Reserve Corps and Missouri National Guard complete the subseries. The genesis for Lindbergh’s New York-Paris flight began in the fall of 1926 when Lindbergh was the chief pilot for Robertson Aircraft Corporation at Lambert Field in St. Louis. Transatlantic Flight (1927) papers document the preparation for the flight. The earliest manuscripts have a date of December 1926. The papers are arranged into 15 sections with several of the sections containing fan mail received in 1927. The first section, Personal Correspondence (December 1926-May 21, 1927), contains letters and telegrams from family, friends, and individuals closely involved with Lindbergh during the six months preceding the flight. There are letters and telegrams from Harold Bixby, Harry H. Knight, and William B. Robertson, three of the St. Louis businessmen who formed the Spirit of St. Louis Organization to sponsor Lindbergh as a contestant for the $25,000 Ortieg Prize. Responses of Lindbergh’s inquiries to manufacturers for information about flying suits, boots, the Armbrust Life-Saving Water Making Cup, and Pioneer Instruments are also among the documents. Telegrams between Lindbergh and aircraft companies are present, including the one from Ryan Airlines, Inc. confirming their willingness and ability to manufacture a plane in three months for the transatlantic flight. Letters from Lindbergh’s mother are a significant portion of the Personal Correspondence section. Beginning in January 1927, her weekly letters provided reassurance of her support for the flight to Paris. By March, Mrs. Lindbergh was writing several letters a week to her son, sending him newspaper clippings on aviation and items that told of the progress of others who were planning to make the New York-Paris flight. Letters from Charles to his mother during this period will be found in the Typescript subseries of Correspondence . Other letters included in Personal Correspondence are from friends and fellow pilots, Philip Love, Don Moynahan, Ernest G. Dixon, Joseph Wecker, Roy Alexander of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , and Clarence M. Young and William P. McCracken, Jr. of the Department of Commerce. Following the continental flight from San Diego to New York, Lindbergh received several letters and telegrams from friends. These, as well as notes from individuals wishing him well on the transatlantic flight, are filed in this section. Selected Correspondence (May 21-July 1927) contains telegrams and letters received immediately following the New York-Paris flight from family, friends, members of the Spirit of St. Louis Organization, political leaders in Washington, heads of state, including Prime Minister Mussolini of Italy, and aviation manufactures asking Lindbergh for endorsements of their products. Copies of several of these endorsements by Lindbergh are included in the papers. Invitations from countries, cities, organizations and notable individuals are also found in Selected Correspondence. Letters discussing the handling of the Air Mail Welcome Home messages and plans for Welcome Home receptions in the cities of Washington, New York, and St. Louis reflect the enthusiasm in the United States to celebrate Lindbergh’s magnificent achievement. Concurrent with plans for celebrations were preparations for Lindbergh’s future in aeronautics: a memorandum dated June 27, 1927, outlines Lindbergh’s proposed role with the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics. Also included is the press release announcing Lindbergh’s airplane tour of the United States under the auspices of the Guggenheim Fund for the primary purpose of stimulating popular interest in the use of air transportation. Flight notes contain Lindbergh’s handwritten notes made early in 1927 outlining various aspects of the proposed flight. Also included is the draft of an essay he wrote promoting St. Louis as an aviation city. Major A.B. Lambert’s handwritten list of suggested procedures for subscriptions for the flight is also of interest. Several weather reports received prior to take-off at Roosevelt Field are included with these Flight Notes. The immediate response to Lindbergh’s epic flight was overwhelming as documented in the subseries Transatlantic Flight (1927). In addition to thousands of gifts and citations presented to Lindbergh, literally tons of mail from the United States and 38 foreign countries were received by him. A sample of these general congratulatory messages received in 1927 have been arranged chronologically into three groups according to their origin; those from St. Louis, the United States and foreign countries. Among the letters of congratulation received in 1927 were thousands of letters with a myriad of requests that were impossible for Lindbergh to acknowledge. These letters have been filed according to the nature of the request, the most frequent ones asking for autographs, photographs, permission to use the Lindbergh name, financial aid, and visits from Lindbergh. Letters offering business opportunities and material goods follow the letters of request and are filed according to the kinds of offers. Also included in this mass of mail generated by his heroic feat are letters regarding gifts sent to Lindbergh, and correspondence between Lindbergh and various universities, institutions, and organizations who wished to bestow honors on the aviation hero. A collection of memorabilia and portrait drawings inspired by Lindbergh’s flight complete the Transatlantic Flight (1927) subseries. Long after the memorable day of May 21, 1927, when the “Spirit of St. Louis” touched down at Le Bourget, letters containing poems of tribute and admiration were received by Lindbergh. Several hundred of these letters are filed in the subseries Correspondence with Tribute Poetry . This outpouring of emotion in verse is one of the curious phenomena of Lindbergh mania that swept the world. It would happen again in June 1930 when their first child was born and in 1932 when the child was kidnapped from the Lindbergh home in Hopewell, New Jersey. The Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. subseries contains these poems and correspondence, as well as other items. Included is a handwritten account by Anne Morrow Lindbergh describing the events of the weekend at Hopewell and the night of the kidnapping. Following the abduction, mail from the general public increased once again. Offers of assistance and notes of condolence were numerous. Many letters came from individuals offering clues to the child’s whereabouts. There is a separate file for what were considered crank letters. Letters from foreign countries were sent to a local police station for translation and proved to be similar in nature to those from this country: individuals offered suggestions for solving the kidnapping; the offered notes of congratulations on the birth of the Lindbergh’s second child Jon in August 1932; and, despite the tragedy that had befallen the Lindberghs, requested financial assistance and jobs. Letters often included photographs of the family making the request. Other correspondence in the subseries includes letters and memorandums from the Treasury Department regarding the ransom money, letters which expressed opinions on the outcome of the Hauptmann trial, and Lindbergh’s correspondence with New Jersey police and government officials. No court record of the Hauptmann trial is housed in the collection. However, there are two interesting documents connected with the proceedings: a typescript copy of the investigation of Dr. John F. Condon on June 2, 1932, by inspector Harry W. Walsh concerning Condon’s role as the intermediary between the kidnappers, and a copy of the opinion of James Clark Sellers, handwriting expert, regarding the handwriting of Bruno Richard Hauptmann in the extortion letters. The Campaign for Non-intervention in World War II subseries contains letters received in response to Lindbergh’s 1940 radio addresses urging the United States to remain neutral in the mounting European crisis. This material reveals the divergent opinion of the people in regards to the country’s involvement in the war movement. It also demonstrates public disillusionment with Lindbergh and his political philosophy. Copies of his non-intervention speeches will be found in the Literary Productions Series. Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s radio broadcast December 24, 1940, titled “The Wind of Privation or the Sun of Mercy?”, is also filed in that series. Lindbergh’s personal correspondence with a wide circle of individuals was kept in alphabetical files separate from the mass of public mail. These files compose a large segment of the Personal Correspondence subseries. The list of correspondents number in the hundreds: they include friends, aviators, scientific associates, businessmen, writers, educators, historians, journalists, politicians, and statesmen. Most of the individuals wrote fewer than five letters to Lindbergh. Carbon copies of his replies to them are filed immediately behind their original letters. Significant correspondence in this subseries with persons in the field of aviation and aeronautics should be noted: W.H. Bowlus, Thomas B. Eastland, Donald Hall, Harry Guggenheim, Thomas Lamphier, Emory S. Land, Charles A. Lawrence, Grover Loening, Philip Love, William MacCracken, C. Earl Potts, M.K. Riddick, Edward P. Warner, P.V.A. Weems, Joseph W. Wecker, Guy W. Vaughn, and Clarence M. Young. Lindbergh also filed correspondence with these individuals in the aviation and aeronautic subject files when their letters were of a more technical or business nature. The remaining material in Personal Correspondence consists of correspondence regarding the Lindbergh’s financial, business, and housekeeping records, Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s personal correspondence with friends and Smith College Alumni groups, and miscellaneous notes and drafts of correspondence by Charles and Anne Lindbergh. Correspondence of Evangeline L.L. Lindbergh and Dwight and Elizabeth Morrow with individuals other than immediate family members are also included in this section. Several thousand pieces of fan mail received by Lindbergh from 1928 to 1940 have been filed in the General Correspondence subseries. The content of this mail is a continuation of what was expressed in the initial public response to Lindbergh, which is filed in the Transatlantic Flight (1927) section, but with additional types of requests and complaints now appearing. Individuals sought Lindbergh’s advice on a variety of technical and aviational matters. Many claimed to be related to Lindbergh and were looking for verification of their kinship. Some people hoped Lindbergh would be interested in their new inventions and sent him long proposals, often accompanied with drawing and blueprints, seeking his opinion. Many of the letters filed in the complaint folders are from these individuals wanting to know what became of their papers. Others complained they had not received a response to a gift sent, or that photographs, books, and airmail covers sent to be autographed, had not been returned. The quantity of mail received made it impossible for Lindbergh’s staff to respond to each letter, but the files reveal that an effort was made in some instances to provide an answer. Subject Files is a major source of material that reflect interests and achievements of Lindbergh beyond his transatlantic flight and the role of international hero that was forced upon him by the success of the event. Subject headings listed in this section are those used by Lindbergh in his original files: aeronautics, aviation, economics, home, honors, organizations, politics, press, publications, publicity, real estate, scientific research, social services, and solicitations. A significant portion of this subseries are the files of aeronautics and aviation. The promotion and development of aviation was a motivating force for Lindbergh’s New York-Paris flight, and for years afterwards he devoted a major portion of his time to the expanding field. The material in these files help document the growth and development in this country of commercial aviation and the contributions Lindbergh made in its evolution. The aeronautic files contain papers pertaining to his work with several organizations: the Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Pan American Airways, and Transcontinental Air Transport (T.A.T). Most of the aeronautical files relate to his years with T.A.T. Lindbergh joined that organization in May 1928 as chairman of the technical committee, and in this role had authority in matters concerning equipment, air fields, air routes and services pertaining to flying. He would later become a member of the Board of Transcontinental and Western Air (TWA), successor to T.A.T., which was sometimes known as the “Lindbergh Line.” Correspondence regarding Lindbergh’s salary and stock options with T.A.T. are filed with these papers. Correspondence, reports, memorandums, mimeographs, and minutes of the TWA Board of Directors and the Executive Committee meetings are important for their documentation of the establishment of the combination air and rail service across the continent in July 1929. They also reveal the coming of the new era in commercial aviation. Greater speed, greater comfort, and more convenient schedules are discussed in correspondence with C.M. Keys, Richard Robbins, Tommy Tomlinison, William Robertson, and Jack Frye, among others. Reports and articles by many of these aviation experts are also part of this collection. Photographs enclosed with reports and letters reveal the progressive change in the design of interiors of airplanes in the 1930s. As technical advisor to TWA, Lindbergh came in contact with a number of people in private industry who were responsible for the development of aircraft and aeronautic equipment. Correspondence with more than 20 manufactures provides technical data on the dynamic changes occurring in the field of aviation. Some of the items discussed are the Schenk artificial horizon, the Mark III compass, a new turn indicator, electrically heated flying garments, and the minute arc dial for the Greenwich Hour Angle watch designed by Lindbergh. Announcements sent to Lindbergh of new aeronautic equipment, such as propellers with pitch control, heat resisting paint, airmarkers and landing lights add to the wealth of information contained in this section. Other areas of interest in the aeronautic files are gliding, TWA airplane crashes with correspondence discussing solutions to avoiding them, the reports of R.H. Goddard, pioneer rocket expert, on his work at Rosewell, New Mexico, and material from the National Advisory Committee of Aeronautics to which Lindbergh was appointed by President Herbert Hoover in 1931. Material in the aviation files pertain to fight made not only by Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, but by other famous aviators and aviation pioneers. The character of the letters pertaining to the Lindbergh flights reveal the meticulous preparations attendant to any of his endeavors. They record the maze of arrangements made with several countries for their flight to the Orient over the Great Circle Route in 1931 and the Transatlantic survey flight for Pan American Airways in 1933. This material is extensive and comprises the bulk of the aviation files. Correspondence files under names of other famous aviators, Richard E. Byrd, Dieudonne Coste, Maurice Bellonte, Costes and LeBrix, Amelia Earhart, and Amy Johnson contain personal letters written by Lindbergh to the aviators congratulation them on the completion of their important flights. There are also invitations inviting him to attend banquets and special events honoring these men and women. In addition to the papers regarding significant flights, there are letters from persons discussing the use of air mail, the design and construction of airports, and ways to further promote aviation. Letters from the general public request advice and Lindbergh’s assistance in a variety of aviation matters; several sought cures to deafness, hoping a plane ride with Lindbergh would restore hearing. The demands made on Lindbergh for years following the New York-Paris flight is again made obvious in this subseries by the number of invitations received to air races, airport dedications and aviation memorials. Much of the material in the other subject files reflect this same type of public appeal made on both Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Files regarding their home in Hopewell, New Jersey, contain correspondence with the architect, Delana and Aldrich, and contractors regarding the home’s construction, but much of the material is mail from the general public seeking employment within the Lindbergh’s household, or solicitations for household furnishings, interior decorations, and landscaping business. Correspondence under organizations in the subject files are generally letters offering the Lindbergh’s honorary memberships, medals, awards, or invitations to attend various functions from a host of charitable, business, military, historical, religious and service organizations. Real estate subject files contain letters from individuals and real estate agents offering to sell the Lindberghs an assortment of real estate. An article in the newspapers in 1933 reporting the Lindberghs were considering leaving the United States to live in Europe brought many overtures from people in foreign countries offering homes to the famous couple. Photographs of the properties under discussion were often enclosed. Other subject files include an array of requests from friends and the general public which were filed according to subject matter: politics, press, social service, and solicitations. They include letters soliciting Lindbergh’s support for political candidates and issues, requests for interviews and statements from the press, pleas for the Lindbergh’s assistance in numerous social service causes, such as the flood relief in China, and unemployment relief in the United States, and letters from persons wanting the Lindbergh’s to buy a wide assortment of items – books, pictures, baby clothes, facial cream – even a letter from Lowell Thomas recommending the Dale Carnegie Course. The scientific research files contain correspondence of a more personal nature. Lindbergh was interested in promoting the use of airplanes in scientific and historical work. In cooperation with Pan American Airways and the Carnegie Institute, Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh agreed in 1929 to fly over archaeological remains in the southwest part of the United States and the Maya region in the Yucatan to photograph the areas. Correspondence with Dr. John C. Merriam, President of the Carnegie Institute, and Dr. A.V. Kidder, leader of the expedition, discusses these trips and the photographic activities. Also in these files, is correspondence between Lindbergh, Merriam, Kidder, Dr. G. Harvey Cameron, and R. H. Goddard discussing possible ways the Carnegie Institute could support Goddard’s rocket investigations. Lindbergh was instrumental in securing funds for Goddard’s research. Lindbergh’s affiliation with the Rockefeller Institute (1930-1935) enabled him to pursue his scientific interests and to work with the French biologist and Nobel prize winner Dr. Alexis Carrel with whom he collaborated on the development of the perfusion pump. Papers in this file do not reveal much about Lindbergh’s work at the Institute but consist chiefly of correspondence from individuals wanting Lindbergh’s advice or help with medical or scientific problems. Copies of scientific articles published by Lindbergh while working at the Institute, however, can be found in the Literary Productions series. Following the New York-Paris flight, newspaper and magazine publishers brought pressure on Lindbergh to write about his stunning achievement. Requests for interviews and the writing of articles on aviation in general were also constant throughout this period. The publications files contain correspondence with many of these publishers and editors from 1928-1940: Frank A. Tichenor ( Aero Digest ); Edward P. Warner ( Aviation ); Joe Mitchell Chapple ( National Magazine ); Gilbert Grosvenor ( National Geographic Magazine ); Hamilton Fish Armstrong ( Foreign Affairs ); John N. Wheeler (North American Newspaper Alliance); Earle H. Balch (Putnam’s Sons); Crowell Publishing Company; and publishing houses for Harper’s Bazaar , New Yorker , McCalls , and Vogue . Inquiries from persons seeking information on publications by Lindbergh’s father are also filed in this section. The importance the Morrow and Lindbergh family attached to communicating on a regular basis by letter is evident in the Typescripts subseries. Most of the letters in this section are those written by Charles and Anne to their mothers. They date from 1915-1942. Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s correspondence is more diverse, including letters to her sisters, grandmother, aunts, and friends. Letters from Lindbergh to his mother provide the most extensive series of correspondence between he and another individual within the collections. They reveal his early interest in flying and his eagerness for adventure. His Excelsior motorcycle and the family car figure prominently in vivid accounts of narrow escapes on muddy roads and icy streets. His letters in 1927 are especially important for they provide a narrative of the progress being made on the plans for the transatlantic flight. A 1934 letter explains to his mother why he intended to leave the United States with his family and reside in Europe. Other typescripts in this section are letters of Edwin A. Lodge to his son, Edwin, written in 1868 when the young man left home to look for work. Also included are several letters to Edwin from W. Bethune Lindsay, his cousin, written in 1917 describing the horrors of World War I. The files of the Missouri Historical Society complete the Correspondence Series. Immediately following the transatlantic crossing, nations, and individuals presented medals, trophies, and gifts to Lindbergh in recognition of his daring flight. The Missouri Historical Society asked Lindbergh to exhibit his collection of trophies and decorations at the Jefferson Memorial Building for 10 days beginning June 25, 1927. The response from the public was so great Lindbergh agreed that the collection should remain for an indefinite period. In 1933 Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh made a gift of the entire collection to the Society. Correspondence in this section documents the agreements made between the Society and the Lindberghs, and reveals the interest Lindbergh took in the care and security of the collection. Letters between Lindbergh and the Society’s archivists clarify the provenance of documents and gifts, and provide a chronicle of the Society’s role in preserving the collection. Records of the Spirit of St. Louis Memorial Committee, organized in the fall of 1927 to erect a memorial to commemorate Lindbergh’s accomplishment and to perpetuate his flight, are filed in this subseries. Correspondence and minutes document the events held by the organization at the Society each year on the anniversary of the flight. Proposals and designs for memorials are among the papers as well. Also included is the Membership Roster of the Spirit of St. Louis Memorial Committee and the Visitors Book to the Lindbergh Exhibition (1930-1952). The two series, Financial Documents (1923-1935) and Legal Documents (1925-1933), are small in quantity and contain routine items such as bills, receipts, statement of accounts, including those from the Bankers Trust Company in Paris dated May 31 and June 3, 1927, and dividend statements from J.P. Morgan and Company. Wills prepared by Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh during the years 1925 to 1933 are found in the later series, along with aviation insurance policies from 1928-1929, and an inventory and appraisement of the estate of Lindbergh’s father. Literary Productions contain drafts, typescripts, and printed copies of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindberghs’ published and unpublished writing that compliment the main focus of the collection. The series is divided into subseries according to the forms of writings by the Lindberghs: books, forewords, reports, speeches, poetry, and articles. The contents are arranged chronologically within each grouping. Included in the series are bound volumes of Lindbergh’s original manuscript of We , his first account of the flight written in book form the fall of 1927. The rejected galley of the ghost written version of We is also part of the collection. The Spirit of St. Louis, Lindbergh’s second book recounting the New York-Paris flight, was written over a period of 14 years and published in 1953. Galleys of the book and carbon copies of all drafts which led up to the final manuscript are among the papers. The original manuscript was placed in the Library of Congress by Lindbergh in January 1954. Reports and speeches over a 15-year period (1926-1941) illustrate Lindbergh’s versatility, not only in the field of aviation, but also as a political observer. Reports written as a pilot and technical consultant include drafts and typescripts of accounts of his three emergency parachute jumps between 1925-1926; reports for T.A.T. and Pan American Airways describing the development of the transcontinental air route and the Greenland-Iceland air route; and a report to the Army Air Force Material Center in 1942 summarizing the results of his high altitude tests carried out in a pressure chamber to determine the need for emergency bail-out equipment at 40,000 feet. This report was co-authored with others participating in the test. Lindbergh’s speeches, other than a few on aviation, are statements commenting on the political situation in the United States and Europe. Included are his testimony before the House of Representatives Committee of Foreign Affairs opposing the Lend-Lease Bill; printed copies of the series of radio addresses made in 1939-1941 in his campaign to keep America out of World War II; and a 1954 address calling for a civilization based on human values rather than material success. Articles filed in this series are generally printed copies of those written by Lindbergh that appeared in newspapers and periodicals in 1927-1928 describing the New York-Paris flight and the South American good-will tour. Additional articles pertain to aviation and Lindbergh’s scientific publications. Of special interest are the drafts and sketches for the article describing his development of the perfusion pump, titled An Apparatus For the Sterile Perfusion of Organs which was published under the title An Apparatus For the Culture of Whole Organs . Writings of Anne Morrow Lindbergh include the typed manuscript for Listen! The Wind , typescripts of a book of poems written during her years at college, three notebooks containing short essays and meditations, and printed copies of articles published in national publications. Copies of her 1940 radio broadcast, The Wind of Privation or the Sun of Mercy? and miscellaneous notes and drafts for poems complete this section. The Printed Material series includes a wide assortment of non-manuscript items arranged according to form of material: invitations, awards and certificates, newspaper clippings, ephemera, periodicals, reports, blueprints and specifications, broadsides, and charts. While some of the items in the series are personal belongings of the Lindberghs, much of the material was sent to them by the general public. The quantity of items in this series underscores the tremendous world-wide interest shown in the aviator in 1927, as well as in the decades that followed. Hundreds of invitations to public and social events are contained in this series. Included are invitations, menus, and programs of functions held in Europe immediately following the flight, and during Lindbergh’s 48-state tour. Illuminated scrolls of welcome, testimonials and certificates of award were popular ways in which groups expressed their admiration to Lindbergh. Over 150 of these mementoes presented to Lindbergh during this tour, and at later dates, are filed alphabetically within four subject groups: those from nations, states, cities and organizations. A large number of newspaper clippings have been mounted on bond paper with the date of the article typed in the upper right hand corner. These are arranged chronologically. Unmounted clippings are filed in separate folders immediately behind the mounted clippings according to the year. The folders of unmounted material include clippings removed from correspondence and Lindbergh’s subject files and the identification of the letter from which the item was removed will be found on the clipping in the upper right hand corner. The bulk of the clippings are from 1927-1928 recording the New York-Paris flight and South American good-will tour. Others pertain to events in the lives of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh from 1929-1955. Additional newspaper articles can be found in the Scrapbooks series. Letters to Lindbergh from individuals wanting his attention to their special proposal or request, often contained printed matter to support the writer’s particular interest. Scores of brochures, blueprints, charts, circulars, monographs, periodicals, reports, and specifications were received, with much of the material pertaining to aviation matters. The container list, included within this register, provides the name of periodicals, and titles and authors of reports, charts, blueprints, and specifications. Personal documents of the Lindberghs, such as driver and pilot licenses, membership cards, and identification certifications are filed in the Ephemera subseries. The Maps Series contains over 500 maps used by the Lindberghs on flights in the United States and during their travels throughout the world. Most of the maps contain Lindbergh’s signature in the lower right hand corner along with route markings for the intended flight. Some of the maps have in-flight notations written in the margins as well as notes exchanged between Lindbergh and his wife. The maps are arranged alphabetically within geographical areas. Sheet Music contains over 250 pieces of music inspired by Lindbergh’s flight to Paris. A few songs were written at the time of the birth and death of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Letters to Lindbergh that accompanied the manuscript or printed music have been left with the composition. The music, received over a 10-year period, is arranged alphabetically by title. The Stamps Series includes a varied collection of covers and foreign stamps. The covers have been arranged chronologically by type which include first flight covers, anniversary covers, decorative covers (hand decorated envelopes received after the New York-Paris flight), and special Lindbergh cancellations. There is also a notebook containing 154 First Flight Covers signed by pilots of these flights, 16 of which are signed by Charles A. Lindbergh. The stamps have been arranged into three groups: commemorative stamps in honor of Lindbergh from six foreign countries and the United States; non-Lindbergh commemorative stamps; and envelopes with stamps received from foreign countries by Lindbergh and his mother in the year following the 1927 flight. These are arranged alphabetically according to country. Scrapbooks include over 40 items sent to Lindbergh by individuals and organizations that generally contain newspaper clippings regarding his transatlantic flight. Several scrapbooks from school children contain original writings and drawings by the students. The New York Times and St. Louis Post-Dispatch sent bound volumes of complete issues of their papers during the historic period. The New York Times also presented Lindbergh with scrapbooks containing press reports of his South American good-will tour and the transatlantic survey flight of 1933. Souvenir issues of United States and foreign tabloids are among the series, as well as several scrapbooks on aviation history, one with a collection of literary reviews of We , and three volumes of clippings from the Japan Times regarding the Lindbergh’s flight to the Orient in 1931. Arrangement The Charles A. Lindbergh Papers are arranged by form of material into ten major series: I. Journals, Logbooks, and Notebooks; II. Correspondence; III. Financial Documents; IV. Legal Documents; V. Literary Productions; VI. Printed Material; VII. Maps; VIII. Sheet Music; IX. Stamps; and X. Scrapbooks . The Journals, Logbooks, and Notebooks Series consists of three subseries, Journals, Logbooks , and Notebooks . Items in Journals and Logbooks are organized by form (e.g., holograph and typescript) and arranged chronologically with each group. Journals of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh date from 1912-1945 and include holographs for the years 1937-1939. Logbooks included the flight log of the Spirit of St. Louis, Lindbergh’s original logbooks from 1922-1929, and typescripts of logs documenting all flights made by Lindbergh from 1936-1944. The notebook carried on the New York-Paris flight is filed in the Notebooks subseries. Correspondence is divided into 10 subseries: Personal Papers-Pre 1927; Transatlantic Flight (1927); Correspondence with Tribute Poetry; Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr.; Campaign for Non-intervention in World War II; Personal Correspondence; General Correspondence; Subject Files; Typescripts ; and Missouri Historical Society . Personal Papers Pre-1927 is the smallest of the subseries. It includes letters to Lindbergh from his parents and friends from 1913-1926 as well as records from the Air Service Flying Schools Lindbergh attended in Texas from 1924-1925. Material within each folder is arranged chronologically. The Transatlantic Flight (1927) folder includes all mail generated in 1927 relating to the New York-Paris flight. The material is arranged chronologically within 15 sections. Personal Correspondence documenting preparations for the flight is contained in the first three: Flight Notes, Personal Correspondence, and Selected Correspondence. General congratulatory messages received in 1927 are organized into three groups according to the nature of the origin: those from St. Louis, the United States, and foreign countries. Letters of requests are filed according to the natures of the request. Mail offering business opportunities and material goods are filed according to the kinds of offers. Also included are letters regarding gifts, honors, medals, and resolutions. Memorabilia and portrait drawings inspired by Lindbergh’s flight are filed at the end of the subseries. Correspondence with Tribute Poetry contains letters and poems received by the Lindberghs from 1927-1935 and is arranged chronologically. Papers in the Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. subseries are filed chronologically within subseries pertaining to the birth and kidnapping of the Lindbergh’s first child, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Included are the following: letters, cards, and poems of congratulations; Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s statement and general mail regarding the abduction; condolence mail and poetry; crank letters; letters offering assistance and clues; mail regarding the Hauptmann trial, Lindbergh’s correspondence pertaining to the kidnapping; and letters received from foreign countries following the abductions. Translations of foreign letters are filed with the original ones. The Campaign for Non-intervention in World War II subseries contains letters received in response to Lindbergh’s 1940 radio addresses delivered in August and October. These letters are arranged chronologically. Material in Personal Correspondence includes Lindbergh’s correspondence with several hundred individuals. These files are arranged alphabetically by name of the correspondent with letters of a particular correspondent organized chronologically. Other material in this subseries, Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s personal correspondence, the Lindbergh’s correspondence regarding financial, business and housekeeping records, and family correspondence (including that of Evangeline L.L. Lindbergh and Dwight and Elizabeth Morrow) is arranged chronologically. General Correspondence contains mail received from the general public from 1928-1940, and is organized according to the subject matter discussed in the letters. This includes correspondence regarding gifts, requests, complaints, invitations, and the birth of the Lindbergh’s second child, Jon Morrow Lindbergh. Material is arranged chronologically within each folder. Subject Files is divided into 14 sections: aeronautics, aviation, economics, home, honors, organizations, politics, press, publications, publicity, real estate, scientific research, social service, and solicitations. Subject headings and folder titles are those used by Lindbergh in his original files. Material within each folder is organized chronologically. Typescripts contains typed copies of letters written by Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh and members of the Morrow and Lodge families. Most of the letters in subseries are those written by Charles and Anne Lindbergh to their mothers over a period of years from 1915-1942. Letters of each correspondent are arranged chronologically. The Missouri Historical Society subseries contains the correspondence and agreements made between the Society and the Lindberghs from 1927-1969. Material is arranged chronologically within sub-subseries which pertain to the collection of trophies and gifts housed in the Jefferson Memorial Building. Records of the Spirit of St. Louis Association (originally called the Spirit of St. Louis Memorial Committee) are filed in this subseries. Also included is the Visitors Book to the Lindbergh Exhibit with dates from 1930-1952. The Financial Documents Series is divided into four subseries: Bills and Receipts, Checks and Check Stubs, Income Tax Forms, Statements of Accounts , and Dividend Statements . Material is arranged chronologically in each subseries. The series of Legal Documents is divided into three subseries: Wills, Insurance Policies , and Miscellaneous . The series contains wills made by Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh from 1925-1933, Charles A. Lindbergh’s aviation insurance policies from 1927-1929, and miscellaneous legal papers including a 1924 inventory and appraisement of the estate of Lindbergh’s father. Literary Productions is divided into 13 subseries: Books, Forewords, Reports, Speeches, Articles, Typescripts for Articles and Statements, and Manuscripts by Charles A Lindbergh; Books, Poetry, Articles, Speeches and Miscellaneous Manuscripts by Anne Morrow Lindbergh ; and Morrow Family Writings . Material in each subseries is arranged chronologically by date of publication or date of writing if unpublished. Printed Material is divided into nine subseries: Invitations/Menus/Programs, Ephemera, Reports, Periodicals, Blueprints/Specifications, Newspaper Clippings, Awards/Certificates, Broadsides , and Charts . Material in Invitations/Menus/Programs is arranged chronologically in four groupings: flight related, South American Good-will Tour, public invitations, and social invitations. Ephemera is arranged chronologically according to format: brochures/pamphlets, circulars, licenses, monographs (arranged alphabetically by author), programs, greeting cards, calling cards (arranged alphabetically), miscellaneous, and drawings. Reports are arranged alphabetically by author. Periodicals are arranged alphabetically by name. Blueprints/Specifications are subdivided: Specifications arranged alphabetically by author; Blueprints arranged by date within four groups, airplanes, airports, houses/apartments, and miscellaneous. Newspaper Clippings are arranged chronologically. Awards/Certificates are arranged alphabetically within five catagories; those from countries, states, cities, and organizations. Scrolls of tribute poetry from individuals are arranged alphabetically. Broadsides are arranged chronologically within three areas: Lindbergh related, political and entertainment. Charts are arranged alphabetically by title. The series Maps is divided into five subseries according to geographical areas: World, Countries, States, Cities , and Waters . Maps within each subseries are arranged alphabetically by place names. The series Sheet Music is arranged alphabetically by title of composition. The majority of the approximately 250 pieces of music in the series were written following Lindbergh’s flight to Paris. The letters to Lindbergh that accompanied the manuscript or printed music are filed with the composition. Stamps is divided into three subseries: Covers, Stamps , and Notebooks . Material in Covers is further divided into types of covers and arranged chronologically within the type: first flight, anniversary, decorative, and special Lindbergh cancellation. Stamps is divided into three sections: commemorative stamps honoring Lindbergh (arranged alphabetically by name of country issuing stamp), commemorative stamps not connected with Lindbergh (arranged chronologically), and foreign stamps (arranged alphabetically by name of country). A first flight covers notebook containing 154 pilot signed covers, 16 of which are autographed by Charles A. Lindbergh, is included in the Notebook subseries. Outsize material includes sheet music, newsletters, decorative envelop and letters of congratulations, publications, the galley of Last Flight by Amelia Earhart, and the document The Opinion To the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey Respecting the Handwriting of Bruno Richard Hauptmann and the Handwriting in the Extortion Letters in the Lindbergh Kidnapping Case . The Scrapbooks Series contains over 40 items sent to Lindbergh by individuals and organizations. Most of the scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings regarding his transatlantic flight. Bound volumes of complete issues of The New York Times and St. Louis Post-Dispatch during the historic period are also included. The scrapbooks are arranged chronologically. Six boxes of Addendum Material , including Printed Materials , Sheet Music , Stamps , and Non-Manuscript Material , is located at the end of the collection. Separated Materials Photographs found in the papers were identified and added to the large Charles A. Lindbergh Collection in the Photographs and Prints Department. Conditions Governing Access The collection is open for research use. Conditions Governing Use As Charles A. Lindbergh’s literary heir, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. owns the publication rights to Lindbergh materials in the collection. For permission to publish, quote from, or reproduce material in this collection, please contact the Archives Reference Desk at archives@mohistory.org . Copyright restrictions apply. The researcher assumes full responsibility for comforming to the laws of copyright. Physical and Technical Requirements There are no physical or technical restrictions. Related Materials A portion of Lindbergh’s personal library is cataloged in the Missouri Historical Society’s Library. Many of the books are inscribed editions given to Charles Lindbergh by historical figures and authors. In addition to the research collection, there is the Lindbergh collection of artifacts and memorabilia in the Society’s Museum Collections. These items are described in the catalog, The Lindbergh Collection of the Missouri Historical Society , published by the Society in 1977. A number of manuscript collections in the Archives of the Missouri Historical Society contain important Charles Lindbergh documents and supplemental information about Lindbergh. They include the Alphabetical Files —Lindbergh, the Elenora Barth Scrapbook , the William K. Bixby Collection , the Joseph Jennings Dorn Papers , the Louise O. Knight Collection , the Lindbergh Collection , the Walter E. Myers Collection , the William B. Robertson Papers , and the J. Terrell Vaughan Collection . Some of these materials are described in the archives card catalog. The Sterling Memorial Library of Yale University contains the largest collection of Charles A. Lindbergh papers. The Minnesota Historical Society has items related to Lindbergh's association with family members and the state of Minnesota. Major collections of Mrs. Lindbergh’s papers are housed at Smith College and Yale University. Other repositories are identified in the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections published by the Library of Congress. Preferred Citation Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers, Missouri Historical Society Archives, St. Louis. Aeronautics -- United States Air pilots -- United States Airplanes -- United States Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001 -- Diaries Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 -- Correspondence Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 -- Diaries Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 -- In mass media Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 -- Political and social views Lindbergh, Charles Augustus, 1930-1932 -- Kidnapping, 1932 Transatlantic flights Transcontinental flights Lindbergh, Charles Augustus, 1930-1932 Spirit of St. Louis (Airplane) Journals, Logbooks, and Notebooks Series Journals Subseries Charles A. Lindbergh Holographs Journal. 1937 Nov 20-Dec 29 1 1 Journal. 1937 Dec 30-1938 Jan 29 1 1 Journal. 1938 Jan 30-Mar 1 1 1 Journal. 1938 Mar 2-23 1 1 Journal. 1938 Mar 24-Apr 10 1 2 Journal. 1938 Apr 11-27 1 2 Journal. 1938 Apr-May 27 1 2 Journal. 1938 May 28-June 23 1 3 Journal. 1938 June 23-July 10 1 3 Journal. 1938 July 10-Aug 5 1 3 Typescripts Journal. 1912-1913 Jan 1 4 Journal. 1913 Oct 29-1915 May 13 1 5 Journal. 1915 June 17-1916 Apr 1 6 Journal. 1916 Apr 22-June 8 1 7 Journal. 1921 July 20-Aug 1 8 Journal. 1931 Nov 30-1932 Feb 24 1 9 Journal. 1933 Mar 30-Apr 25 1 10 Journal. 1933 July 1-Sept 17 1 11 Journal. 1937 Nov 20-Dec 29 1 12 Journal. 1937 Dec 30-1938 Mar 1 1 13 Journal. 1938 Mar 2-Apr 10 1 14 Journal. 1938 Apr 11-May 27 1 15 Journal. 1938 May 28-Aug 5 1 16 Journal. 1938 Aug 6-Sept 9 1 17 Journal. 1938 Sept 9-Oct 8 1 18 Journal. 1938 Oct 8-21 1 19 Journal. 1938 Nov 4-22 1 20 Journal. 1938 Nov 22-Dec 22 1 21 Journal. 1938 Dec 23-1939 Jan 30 1 22 Journal. 1939 Jan 31-Mar 15 1 23 Journal. 1939 Mar 16-Apr 20 1 24 Journal. 1939 Mar 16-Apr 20 2 1 Journal. 1939 June 5-July 2 2 2 Journal. 1939 July 2-Aug 15 2 3 Journal. 1939 Aug 16-Oct 11 2 4 Journal. 1939 Oct 11-Nov 29 2 5 Journal. 1939 Nov 29-1940 Jan 17 2 6 Journal. 1940 Jan 18-Mar 1 2 7 Journal. 1940 Mar 1-Apr 9 2 8 Journal. 1940 Apr 10-May 17 2 9 Journal. 1940 May 17-July 10 2 10 Journal. 1940 July 10-Aug 14 2 11 Journal. 1940 Aug 14-Oct 7 2 12 Journal. 1940 Oct 7-Nov 21 2 13 Journal. 1940 Nov 22-Dec 26 2 14 Journal. 1940 Dec 26-1941 Mar 1 2 15 Journal. 1941 Mar 2-Apr 13 2 16 Journal. 1941 Apr 14-June 3 2 17 Journal. 1941 June 4-Aug 12 2 18 Journal. 1941 Aug 12-Oct 8 2 19 Journal. 1941 Oct 8-1942 Jan 3 3 1 Journal. 1942 Jan 3-Feb 16 3 2 Journal. 1942 Feb 16-Apr 8 3 3 Journal. 1942 Apr 8-May 19 3 4 Journal. 1942 May 19-July 13 3 5 Journal. 1942 July 13-Aug 6 3 6 Journal. 1942 Aug 6-Sept 24 3 7 Journal. 1942 Sept 24-Nov 20 3 8 Journal. 1943 Dec 1-1944 Feb 11 3 9 Journal. 1944 Feb 12-Apr 17 3 10 Journal. 1944 Apr 18-May 27 3 11 Journal. 1944 May 27-June 30 3 12 Journal. 1944 July 1-31 3 13 Journal. 1944 Aug 1-31 3 14 Journal. 1944 Aug 31-Oct 2 3 15 Journal. 1945 May 11-22 3 16 Journal. 1945 May 22-June 7 3 17 Journal. 1945 June 8-16 3 18 Journal. 1945 June 16-25 3 19 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Holographs Journal. 1938 Sept 10-Nov 9 4 1 Journal. 1939 Mar 31-Apr 30 4 2 Journal. 1939 May 1-22 4 3 Journal. 1939 May 23-June 22 4 4 Typescripts Journal. 1919 July 12-Aug 18 4 5 Journal. 1919 Jan 1-Nov 9 4 6 Journal. 1920 June 22-Dec 23 4 7 Journal. 1921 Jan 13-June 22 4 8 Journal. 1921 June 22-1922 June 21 4 9 Journal (pages 1-70). 1922 4 10 Journal (pages 72-159). 1922 4 11 Journal. 1922 Nov 27-1923 June 11 4 12 Journal. 1923 4 13 Journal. 1923 Mar 11-May 20 4 14 Journal. 1923 Oct-1924 Aug 4 15 Journal. 1926 July 28-Sept 22 4 16 Journal. 1927 July 12-Dec 24 4 17 Journal. 1927 Dec 24-1928 Mar 1 4 18 Journal. 1928 Spring 4 19 Journal. 1928 Apr-June 4 20 Journal. 1928 June 22-Oct 19 4 21 Journal. 1932 May 11-July 22 5 1 Journal. 1932 July 22-Dec 28 5 2 Journal. 1933 Jan 1-July 8 5 3 Journal. 1933 July 9-25 5 4 Journal. 1933 July 26-Aug 16 5 5 Journal. 1933 Aug 17-Sept 3 5 6 Journal. 1933 Sept 3-25 5 7 Journal. 1933 Sept 25-Oct 22 5 8 Journal. 1933 Oct 22-Nov 30 5 9 Journal. 1933 Dec 1-19 5 10 Journal. 1934 Aug 1-1935 Jan 5 11 Journal. 1935 Jan 8-Feb 24 5 12 Journal. 1935 Feb 25-May 8 5 13 Journal. 1935 May 13-July 28 5 14 Journal. 1935 July 28-Sept 30 5 15 Journal. 1935 Sept 30-Dec 31 5 16 Journal. 1936 Jan 9-Mar 29 5 17 Journal. 1936 Apr 21-June 22 5 18 Journal. 1936 June 24-July 24 5 19 Journal. 1936 July 25-Nov 21 5 20 Journal. 1936 Christmas 6 1 Journal. 1937 Jan 31-July 10 6 2 Journal. 1937 Oct 10-1938 Jan 17 6 3 Journal. 1938 Jan 17-Feb 1 6 4 Journal. 1938 Feb 2-16 6 5 Journal. 1938 Feb 17-Mar 9 6 6 Journal. 1938 Mar 10-Apr 9 6 7 Journal. 1938 Apr 10-May 4 6 8 Journal. 1938 May 5-31 6 9 Journal. 1938 May 31-June 22 6 10 Journal. 1938 June 23-Aug 1 6 11 Journal. 1938 Aug 2-19 6 12 Journal. 1938 Aug 19-25 6 13 Journal. 1938 Aug 25-Sept 9 6 14 Journal. 1938 Sept 10-30 6 15 Journal. 1938 Sept 30-Oct 18 6 16 Journal. 1938 Oct 18-Nov 9 6 17 Journal. 1938 Nov 9-Dec 14 6 18 Journal. 1938 Dec 14-1939 Jan 31 6 19 Journal. 1939 Feb 6 20 Journal. 1939 Feb 18-Mar 9 6 21 Journal. 1939 Mar 10-30 6 22 Journal. 1939 Mar 31-May 10 6 23 Journal. 1939 May 10-June 19 7 1 Journal. 1939 June 20-Aug 8 7 2 Journal. 1939 Aug 9-Sept 3 7 3 Journal. 1939 Sept 4-23 7 4 Journal. 1939 Sept 24-Nov 28 7 5 Journal. 1940 Jan 1-May 21 7 6 Journal. 1940 May 21-June 16 7 7 Journal. 1940 June 16-July 18 7 8 Journal. 1940 July 19-Aug 24 7 9 Journal. 1940 Aug 24-1941 Mar 8 7 10 Journal. 1941 Mar 9-Apr 19 7 11 Journal. 1941 Apr 20-May 31 7 12 Journal. 1941 June 1-22 7 13 Journal. 1941 June 22-Aug 22 7 14 Journal. 1941 Aug 23-Oct 25 7 15 Journal. 1941 Nov 6-Dec 16 7 16 Journal. 1941 Dec 16-1942 July 17 7 17 Journal. 1942 July 18-Oct 24 7 18 Journal. 1942 Oct 26-Dec 6 7 19 Journal. 1942 Dec 7-1943 Feb 7 7 20 Journal. 1943 Feb 7-Mar 10 7 21 Journal. 1943 Mar 10-Apr 13 7 22 Elisabeth Reeve Morrow Typescripts Journal 1919 Jan 1-Apr 30 8 1 Journal. 1919 May 1-Sept 1 8 2 Journal. 1919 Sept 1-Dec 31 8 3 Journal. 1920 Jan 1-Aug 31 8 4 Journal. 1920 Aug 31-Dec 30 8 5 Journal. 1921 Jan 1-June 30 8 6 Journal. 1921 July 2-Dec 2 8 7 Journal. 1922 Jan 1-May 29 8 8 Journal. 1922 May 30-Dec 5 8 9 Journal. 1923 Jan 1-May 9 8 10 Journal. 1923 May 10-Aug 25 8 11 Journal. 1923 Aug 26-Dec 28 8 12 Journal. 1924 Jan 1-May 29 8 13 Journal. 1924 May 29-Dec 25 8 14 Journal. 1925 Jan 1-Nov 12 8 15 Journal. 1928 Jan 6-Nov 10 8 16 Journal. 1931 Jan 1-[1932] Nov 13 8 17 Edwin A. Lodge Typescripts Journal. 1827-1844 8 18 Journal. 1836-1838; 1857-1858; 1864 8 19 Journal (includes Harriet Clubb Lodge Lindsay). 1838 8 20 Logbooks Subseries (Also on microfilm) Charles A. Lindbergh Holographs Logbook, “Record of Flying Time on Different Types of Ships and with Different Pilots.” 1922-1925 9 1 Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Record of Flying Times Logbook, “Spirit of St. Louis” (April 28, 1927-April 30, 1928) with appendices (1922-1929). 1922-1929 9 2 Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Spirit of St. Louis Logbooks. 1925-1929 9 3-6 Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Logbook of Planes Tested Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Logbook of Planes Tested Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Logbook of Planes Tested Charles Lindbergh Logbook, Logbook of Planes Tested Logbook, “Cadet Pilot’s Books.” 1924-1925 9 7 Logbook. ca. 1929 June-July 9 8 Charles A. Lindbergh Typescripts Logbook, “Record of Flying Time on Different Types of Ships.” 1922-1924 9 9 Logbooks, “States Flown In”; “Chute Drops”; “Students Soloed.” 1922-1926 9 10 Logbook, “Flights at Kelly Field.” 1924-1925 9 11 Logbook, “Spirit of St. Louis.” 1927 Apr 28-1928 Apr 30 9 12 Chronological Log for All Flights. 1922 Apr-1926 May 9 13 Chronological Log for All Flights. 1926 May-1929 June 9 14 Logs for All Flights, American Eagle-Curtiss P-1-B. 1925-1929 10 1 Logs for All Flights, Curtiss P-1, Nos. 1-5 & 8 Driggs Dart. 1925-1929 10 2 Logs for All Flights, Dycers-Hunters. 1925-1929 10 3 Logs for All Flights, Ingalls’-Newport. 1925-1929 10 4 Logs for All Flights, Robertson-P.T.-1. 1925-1929 10 5 Logs for All Flights, P.W.8-Sikorsky. 1925-1929 10 6 Logs for All Flights, Sikorsky-Wright. 1925-1929 10 7 Logs for All Flights. 1936-1942 10 8 Logs for All Flights. 1943-1944 10 9 Notebooks Subseries Charles A. Lindbergh School Notebooks Notebooks. 1913-1915 10 10 Notebooks. 1914-1915 10 11-12 Notebooks. 1915 10 13 Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh Chemistry Notebook Notebook. 1925 10 14 Charles A. Lindbergh New York-Paris Flight Notebook Notebook. 1927 10 15 Charles Lindbergh notebook, 1927 Correspondence Series Personal Papers Pre-1927 Subseries Letters from father (1913-1915) and mother (1924-1926). 1913-1915; 1924-1926 11 1 Miscellaneous. 1923 Apr-1926 11 2 Air Service Advanced Flying School. 1924 Oct-1925 11 3 Air Mail Service, St. Louis. 1925-1926 11 4 War Department-Air Service. 1925 Apr-1926 11 5 War Department-Missouri National Guard. 1925 Dec-1926 11 5a Transatlantic Flight (1927) Subseries Flight Notes. Notes. 1927 Jan-May 11 6 Personal Correspondence Letters from mother. 1927 Jan 17-May 18 11 6a Correspondence. 1926 Dec 4-1927 Jan 31 11 7 Correspondence. 1927 Feb 1-10 11 8 Correspondence. 1927 Feb 11-28 11 9 Correspondence. 1927 Mar 1-15 11 10 Correspondence. 1927 Mar 15-31 11 11 Correspondence. 1927 Apr 11 12 Correspondence. 1927 May 1-13 11 13 Correspondence. 1927 May 14-31 11 14 Selected Correspondence Correspondence. 1927 May 21-23 11a 15 Correspondence. 1927 May 24-25 11a 16 Correspondence. 1927 May 26-27 11a 17 Correspondence. 1927 May 27-31 11a 18 Correspondence. 1927 June 1-7 11a 19 Correspondence. 1927 June 8-9 11a 20 Correspondence. 1927 June 10-11 11a 21 Correspondence. 1927 June 11-12 11a 22 Correspondence. 1927 June 13-14 11a 23 Correspondence. 1927 June 15-Aug 29 11a 24 Congratulations St. Louis Telegrams. 1927 May 21-30 12 1 Telegrams. 1927 June 7-8 12 2 Telegrams. 1927 June 8-9 12 3 Telegrams. 1927 June 9-20 12 4 Letters. 1927 May 23-24 12 5 Letters. 1927 May 24 12 6 Letters. 1927 May 24-25 12 7 Letters. 1927 May 25 12 8 Letters. 1927 May 25-26 12 9 Letters. 1927 May 26 12 10 Letters. 1927 May 27 12 11 Letters. 1927 May 27-28 12 12 Letters. 1927 May 29-31 12 13 Letters. 1927 June 1-3 12 14 Letters. 1927 June 4-6 12 15 Letters. 1927 June 6 12 16-17 Letters. 1927 June 7 12 18-19 Letters. 1927 June 8 12 20 Letters. 1927 June 9 12 21 Letters. 1927 June 10-11 12 22 Letters. 1927 June 13-July 4 12 23 United States Telegrams. 1927 May-June 13 1 Letters. 1927 May 20-31 13 2 Letters. 1927 June 1-6 13 3 Letter signed Konrad K. Kabel, Redwood, N.Y., to Captain Lindbergh, June 4, 1927 Letter signed Anna L. Weitmyer, 1721 Third St., Harrisburg, PA., to Captain Charles A. Lindbergh, June 4, 1927 Letters. 1927 June 7-8 13 4 Letters. 1927 June 8 13 5-6 Letters. 1927 June 9 13 7 Letters. 1927 June 9-10 13 8 Letters. 1927 June 10 13 9 Letters. 1927 June 11-15 13 10 Letters. 1927 June 16-20 13 11 Letters. 1927 June 21-30 13 12 Letters. 1927 May-June 13 13 Letters. 1927 July-Dec 13 14 Foreign Countries Algeria. 1927 13 15 Argentina. 1927 13 16 Australia. 1927 13 17 Austria. 1927 13 18 Belgium. 1927 14 1 Brazil. 1927 14 2 Bulgaria. 1927 14 3 Canada. 1927 14 4 Canal Zone. 1927 14 5 Columbia. 1927 14 6 Czechoslovakia. 1927 14 7 Denmark. 1927 14 8 Ecuador. 1927 14 9 Egypt. 1927 14 10 England (telegrams). 1927 14 11 England. 1927 14 12 Finland. 1927 14 13 France (telegrams). 1927 14 14-15 France. 1927 14 16-22 Germany (telegrams). 1927 14 23 Germany. 1927 14 24 Greece. 1927 14 25 Letter of congratulation from Paul Romain, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; mounted on rag paper. 1928 Feb 114 Holland. 1927 14 26 Hungary. 1927 14 27 Ireland. 1927 14 28 Italy (telegrams). 1927 14 29 Italy. 1927 14 30-31 Mexico. 1927 15 1 Norway. 1927 15 2 Persia. 1927 15 3 Philippines. 1927 15 4 Poland. 1927 15 5 Portugal. 1927 15 6 Romania. 1927 15 7 Spain. 1927 15 8 Sweden (telegrams). 1927 15 9 Sweden. 1927 15 10 Switzerland. 1927 15 11 Tunisia. 1927 15 12 Turkey. 1927 15 13 Uruguay. 1927 15 14 Yugoslavia. 1927 15 15 Unidentified. 1927 15 16 Requests United States Autographs/Photographs. 1927 May 24-June 14 15 17 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 June 15-20 15 18 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 June 22-30 15 19 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 July-Sept 15 20 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 Oct 15 21 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 Nov-Dec 15 22 Aviation. 1927 May-Sept 15 23 Permission to Use Name/Endorsements. 1927 May-June 14 15 24 Permission to Use Name/Endorsements. 1927 June 15-30 15 25 Permission to Use Name/Endorsements. 1927 July-Dec 15 26 Publications/Speeches/Statements. 1927 May-June 15 27 Publications/Speeches/Statements. 1927 Aug-Dec 15 28 Visits-Telegrams. 1927 15 29 Visits. 1927 May 15 30 Visits. 1927 June 1-7 15 31 Visits. 1927 June 8 15 32-34 Visits. 1927 June 8-9 16 1 Visits. 1927 June 10-15 16 2 Visits. 1927 June 16-30 16 3 Visits. 1927 July 16 4 Visits. 1927 Oct 16 5 Visits. 1927 Nov 16 6 Visits. 1927 Nov-Dec 16 7 Miscellaneous. 1927 May 22-June 8 16 8 Miscellaneous. 1927 June 9-30 16 9 Miscellaneous. 1927 June; no date 16 10 Miscellaneous. 1927 July-Dec 16 11 Foreign Autographs/Photographs. 1927 May 16 12 Autographs/Photographs. 1927 June-Sept 16 13 Inventions. 1927 May 25- June 15 16 14 Money. 1927 May 16 15-16 Money. 1927 June-Dec 16 17 Permission to Use Name. 1927 May 22-Oct 25 16 18 Visits. 1927 May 16 19-22 Visits. 1927 June-July 16 23 Miscellaneous. 1927 May 16 24 Miscellaneous. 1927 May-Dec 16 25 Offers Airplane Exhibition/Aviation Promotion. 1927 May 22-June 19 17 1 Animals. 1927 May 23-Aug 10 17 2 Clothing. 1927 May 21-June 13 17 3 Films/Lecture Tours. 1927 May 21-23 17 4 Films/Lecture Tours. 1927 May 24-27 17 5 Films/Lecture Tours. 1927 May 28-June 4 17 6 Films/Lecture Tours. 1927 June 7-Aug 17 7 Involvement in Business. 1927 May 24-June 30 17 8 Personal Service. 1927 May 21-June 24 17 9 Portraits/Sculpture. 1927 May 24-Sept 17 17 10 Publications/Phonograph Records. 1927 May 21-27 17 11 Publications/Phonograph Records. 1927 May 28-June 13 17 12 Publications/Phonograph Records. 1927 June 14-July 29 17 13 Transportation. 1927 May 21-24 17 14 Transportation. 1927 May 25-June 10 17 15 Miscellaneous. 1927 May 21-24 17 16 Miscellaneous. 1927 May 25-31 17 17 Miscellaneous. 1927 June 3-14 17 18 Miscellaneous. 1927 June 15-July 18 17 19 Gifts Correspondence. 1927 May 21-24 17 20 Correspondence. 1927 May 25-31 17 21 Correspondence. 1927 June 1-8 17 22 Correspondence. 1927 June 9-11 17 23 Correspondence. 1927 June 12-18 17 24 Correspondence. 1927 June 21-30 17 25 Correspondence. 1927 July-Aug 13 18 1 Correspondence. 1927 Aug 16-Sept 30 18 2 Correspondence. 1927 Oct-Nov 18 3 Correspondence. 1927 Dec 1-14 18 4 Correspondence. 1927 Dec 16-31 18 5 Honors/Medals Correspondence. 1927 May-Oct 18 6 Correspondence. 1927 Nov-Dec 18 7 Resolutions, Welcome Home Messages Correspondence. 1927 June 18 8 Instructions Correspondence. 1927 June 18 9 Correspondence. 1927 July 18 10 Cards Cards. 1927 18 11-18 Decorative envelope and card the Post Office boys, Richmond, Virginia. 1927 114 Novelties/Ephemera Correspondence. 1927 May-June 19 1 Correspondence. 1927 July 19 2 Portraits/Drawings Portraits/Drawings. 1927 19 3-7 Drawing of Charles Lindbergh's flight to Paris by Hilda Mandel, 1927 Letter from Alex Patterson, St. Louis, Mo., to Captain Lindbergh, May 25, 1927 Correspondence With Tribute Poetry Subseries Poetry. 1927 May 21-23 19 8 Poetry. 1927 May 24-25 19 9 Poetry. 1927 May 26-27 19 10 Poetry. 1927 May 27-31 19 11 Poetry. 1927 June 1-8 19 12 Poetry. 1927 June 9-10 19 13 Poetry. 1927 June 11-13 19 14 Poetry. 1927 June 14-15 19 15 Poetry. 1927 June 16-21 19 16 Poetry. 1927 June 22-30 20 1 Poetry. 1927 July 20 2 Poetry. 1927 Aug-Dec 20 3 Poetry. [1927] 20 4-8 Poetry. 1928 Jan 20 9 Poetry. 1928 Feb-Oct 20 10 Poetry. 1929 Feb-Oct 20 11 Poetry. 1930 Jan-June 20 12 Poetry. 1930 July-Dec 20 13 Poetry. 1931 Feb-Dec 20 14 Poetry. 1932 20 15 Poetry. 1933-1935 20 16 Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Subseries Correspondence Regarding Birth Letters. 1930 June 21-23 21 1 Letters. 1930 June 24 21 2 Letters. 1930 June 25-30 21 3 Letters. 1930 July 21 4 Poetry. 1930 June 22-25 21 5 Poetry. 1930 June 26-30 21 6 Poetry. [1930 June] 21 7 Poetry. 1930 July 1-15 21 8 Poetry. 1930 July 16-Nov 21 9 Poetry. 1931 21 10 Cards. 1930 June 21 11-14 Correspondence Regarding Abduction Anne Morrow Lindbergh Statement Regarding Abduction Statement. [1932] 22 1 Letters Regarding Abduction Letters. 1932 Mar 2-4 22 2 Letters. 1932 Mar 6-May 6 22 3 Condolences Telegrams. 1932 May 11-13 22 4 Telegrams. 1932 May 13-14 22 5 Telegrams. 1932 May 15-June 14 22 6 Letters. 1932 May 12-13 22 7 Letters. 1932 May 13 22 8 Letters. 1932 May 13-14 22 9 Letters. 1932 May 15-16 22 10 Letters. 1932 May 16-17 22 11 Letters. 1932 May 18-24 22 12 Letters. 1932 May 25-31 22 13 Letters. 1932 May 22 14 Letters. 1932 June 1-8 22 15 Letters. 1932 June 9-14 22 16 Letters. 1932 June 15-30 22 17 Letters. 1932 June-1934 Mar; 1935 Mar 22 18 Poetry. 1932 May 12-31 22 19 Poetry. 1932 May 22 20 Poetry. 1932 May 23 1 Poetry. 1932 June 1-4 23 2 Poetry. 1932 June 6-14 23 3 Poetry. 1932 June 15-28 23 4 Poetry. 1932 July 2-25 23 5 Poetry. 1932 Aug 2-31 23 6 Poetry. 1932 Sept-Dec 23 7 Poetry. [1932] 23 8 Poetry. 1933 Jan-Mar 23 9 Poetry. 1933 July-Dec 23 10 Poetry. 1934 Jan-Dec 23 11 Poetry. 1935-1937 23 12 Memorials Memorials. 1932 June-1935 Jan 23 13 Offers of Assistance Correspondence. 1932 Mar 1-11 23 14 Correspondence. 1932 Apr-Dec 23 15 Clues Correspondence. 1932 Mar 3-Aug 12 23 16 Correspondence. 1932 Oct-1933 Oct 23 17 Correspondence. 1934 Jan-1935 Sept 23 18 Crank Letters Letters. 1932 Mar 8-May 31 23 19 Letters. 1932 June-Dec 23 20 Letters. 1933 Feb-1935 23 21 Letters. 1936 June-1938 Feb 23 22 Charles A. Lindbergh Correspondence Correspondence regarding kidnapping. 1932 Mar-1935 Feb 24 1 Letters regarding Hauptmann trial. 1935 Jan 2-Feb 14 24 2 Letters regarding Hauptmann trial. 1935 Feb 15-19 24 3 Letters regarding Hauptmann trial. 1935 Mar-1938 Jan 24 4 Letters regarding reward money. 1933 Jan-1937 Dec 24 5 Transcript, questioning of Dr. John F. Condon. 1932 June 2 24 6 Opinion To the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey Respecting the Handwriting of Bruno Richard Hauptmann and the Handwriting in the Extortion Letters in the Lindbergh Kidnapping Case. ca. 1932 114 Foreign Letters Austria. 1932 Mar-Aug 24 7 Finland. 1932 Mar-May 24 8 Germany. 1932 June-Sept 24 9 Germany. 1929 Sept-1932 Mar 24 10 Germany. 1932 Apr-May 24 11 Germany. 1932 June-July 24 12 Germany. 1932 Aug 8-17 24 13 Germany. 1932 Aug 18-28 24 14 Germany. 1932 Sept 1-23 24 15 Germany. 1932 Oct-Nov 24 16 Germany. 1932 Dec 7-16 24 17 Italy. 1932 Apr-Nov 24 18 Norway/Sweden. 1932 Oct-Nov 24 19 Poland. 1932 Apr-Dec 24 20 Switzerland. 1932 Apr-May 24 21 Miscellaneous. 1932 Mar-Sept 24 22 Campaign for Non-intervention in World War II Subseries Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 4-5 25 1 Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 5 25 2 Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 6 25 3 Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 6-7 25 4 Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 8-9 25 5 Letters regarding August 1940 radio speech. 1940 Aug 10-Sept 9 25 6 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 9-14 25 7 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 14 25 8 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 15 25 9-12 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 16 25 13-14 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 16-17 25 15 Letters regarding October 1940 radio speech. 1940 Oct 18-24 25 16 Postcards regarding August/October 1940 speeches. 1940 Aug 25 17 Postcards regarding August/October 1940 speeches. 1940 Oct 25 18 Letters regarding radio speeches. No date 25 19 Miscellaneous papers. No date 25 20 Personal Correspondence Subseries Charles A. Lindbergh Correspondence Correspondence With Individuals Abbot, C.G. 1929 July-1933 July 26 1 Adams, Porter. 1930 Dec-1935 Dec 26 2 Adams, Roger J. 1928 Sept 14 26 3 Aldrin, Maj. 1934 Aug 17 26 3 Alexander, Roy. 1928 Mar-July 26 4 Anderson, Roy L. 1930 July-Aug 26 5 Andrews, Philip. 1928 Apr 3 26 5 Appleget, Thomas B. No date 26 6 Armisen, Leon. 1929 Feb 10 26 6 Armour, Norman. 1929 Nov-Dec 26 7 Ashley, Mark. 1927 Nov 9 26 7 Ask, Tom. 1928 Mar 31 26 8 Awl, Elmer. 1928 Oct 4 26 8 Ayars, Fred C.. No date 26 9 Aydelotte, Frank. 1930 Dec-1931 Jan 26 9 Aylesworth, M.H. 1935 May-June 26 10 Bahl, Enold G. 1929 Jan-June 26 11 Baird, Edward E., Rev. 1930 Nov-Dec 26 11 Balchen, Bernd. 1931 Feb 4 26 12 Baldwin, Jean. No date 26 12 Banks, Ann. 1933 Feb 18 26 12 Barbour, Warren W. 1935 Jan 17 26 13 Bate, Fred. [1933] Nov 4 26 13 Battey, George M., Jr. 1930 Feb 28 26 13 Beard, Daniel Carter. 1928 Oct 1 26 14 Beasley, P.R. 1932 Aug 3 26 14 Belmont, August. 1929 Oct-Nov 26 14 Bender, R.J. 1933 Dec 19 26 15 Bickel, Karl A. 1930 June-1932 Nov 26 15 Bixby, Harold M. 1929 Sept-1931 Nov 26 16 Bleriot, Lories. 1929 May-1930 26 17 Blocker, Preston B. 1932 Jan 26 26 17 Blythe, Richard R. 1927 Dec-1934 Dec 26 18 Bolton, Charles and Frances. 1927 Nov-1929 Feb 26 18 Bowlus, W.H. 1928 Feb 9 26 18 Bradley, Albert. 1933 Dec 14 26 19 Brandeweide, Gregory J. [1933] Apr-1934 Aug 26 19 Breckenridge, Aida. 1928-1932 26 20 Breckenridge, Henry. 1928 Feb-1935 Oct 26 21 Breech, Ernie. 1933 Jan 19 26 22 Brininger, Charles W., Mrs. 1932 Aug 26 26 22 Brooks, Aline Rhonie. 1937 Dec 31 26 22 Brown, Cyril. 1930 May 13 26 23 Brown, Elmer Ellsworth. 1932 Jan-Mar 26 23 Bruno, Harry A. 1927-1935 Aug 26 24 Burnett, Charles R. 1929 May 8-June 26 26 25 Butcher, Jesse S. 1930 Aug-1932 Feb 26 25 Byrd, Harry F. 1930 Feb 4 26 25 Calles, P. Elias. 1927 Dec-1931 26 26 Cantor, Eddie. 1934 Feb 28 26 26 Carranza, Emilio. 1928 June-Dec 26 27 Carter, Amon G. 1928 Nov 5 26 27 Castle, William R. 1930 Aug-Sept; 1932 26 27 Citroen, Andre. 1934 Jan 31 26 28 Claudel, Paul. 1930 Dec-1931 Mar 26 28 Clothier, Robert C. 1935 May 1 26 29 Clymer, H.J. 1927 Nov-Dec 26 29 Coburn, C.B. No date 26 29 Coffin, Howard E. 1929 June 11-21 26 30 Cohen, Emanuel. 1929 July-1930 26 30 Compton, R.L. 1928 Mar 30 26 31 Condon, John F. 1932 May-1935 Oct 26 31 Cone, Hutch I. 1927 Sept-1929 Dec 26 32 Conkling, William H. 1928 May-1934 Mar 26 33 Connor, M.F., Jr. 1935 Feb 21 26 34 Cooper, Kent. 1927 Dec-1931 June 26 34 Courtney, Frank. 1935 Apr 29 26 34 Cowdin, J. Cheever. 1929 June-1932 Dec 26 35 Cram, Ralph. 1931 June 30 26 35 Curtiss, Glenn H. 1929 Feb-1930 July 26 36 Cushing, Harvey. 1928 Feb 3 26 36 Damon, Ralph S. 1935 Aug 1 26 37 Darrack, Florence B. 1929 Jan 28 26 37 Davison, F. Trubee. 1927 July-1935 Feb 26 38 Davison, Harry P. 1927 Nov 4 26 39 Davison, Kate J. (Mrs. Harry P.). 1927 Nov-1933 June 26 39 Dawson, Allan. 1929 Mar-July 26 40 Dempster, Jean. 1933 Jan 31 26 41 Dixon, Ernest G. 1927 Nov-1935 Sept 26 41 Dudley, D.E. 1928 Nov-1931 Oct 26 42 Duggan, Stephen P. 1930 Dec-1931 Nov 26 42 Duggins, Frank. 1934 Sept 13 26 43 Durant, Will. 1931 June 13 26 43 Durgin, Russell L. 1933 Jan 19 26 44 Dysart, Thomas H. 1935 Mar-Dec 26 44 Eastland, Thomas B. 1928 July-1929 July 26 45 Eastland, Thomas B. 1929 Aug-1933 May 26 46 Eastman Kodak Company. 1929 May-1932 May 26 47 Edison, Thomas A., Company. 1929 May-1933 June 26 48 Edwards, A.J. 1928 June-1933 June 26 49 Elliott, Jackson S. 1929 June-Sept 26 49 Engstrom, Martin A. 1930 July-Aug 26 50 Enequist, William L. 1928 June 20-21 26 50 Erickson, H.A. 1941 April 16 26 51 Erickson, J.E. No date 26 51 Fatt, Bob. 1929 May 5 27 1 Fechet, James E. 1932 Jan-Feb 27 1 Fish, Olga and Sidney. 1932 Mar 8 27 1 Flagg, Paluel J. 1930 June-1935 Oct 27 2 Fleming, M.L. 1930 Apr 16 27 3 Flexner, Abraham. 1932 Nov-1933 Mar 27 3 Flynn, Frank A. 1930 June 26 27 3 Forbes, W. Cameron. 1932 Feb 13 27 4 Ford, Edsel. 1927 Dec-1928 Oct 27 4 Ford, Henry. 1929 Oct 7-15 27 4 Fortier, Mathew L. 1927 Nov 23 27 5 Frank, Glenn. 1931 Dec-1932 Jan 27 5 Frank, Vinnie. No date 27 5 Freeman, Clyde. 1932 Aug 16 27 6 Frolich, A.T. 1928 Oct-1930 Mar 27 6 Fullam, Mariana W. 1929 July 13 27 6 Galoni, William M. 1933 May 8 27 7 Garcelon, C.A., Jr. 1927 Aug 8 27 7 Gates, Alice D. 1934 Jan 8 27 7 Gatty. 1931 Jan 9 27 8 Gilkey, S.A. 1928 Oct-1929 Mar 27 8 Glover, Herbert B. 1932 Feb-1933 May 27 8 Glover, A. Irving. 1928 Dec 19-28 27 9 Goddard, Robert H. 1923 June-1933 May 27 9 Goebel, Arthur C. 1927 Oct-Dec 27 9 Goldwater, H. 1932 May 19 27 10 Green, Fitzhugh. 1928 Mar 16 27 10 Green, Robert. 1932 Feb 5-9 27 10 Greene, Arthur M., Jr. 1931 May 18-27 27 11 Grenfell, Wilfred T. 1933 June-Dec 27 11 Guggenheim, Carol. 1927 Nov 30 27 12 Guggenheim, Daniel. 1930 July-1932 Nov 27 12 Guggenheim, Florie. 1930 Oct 17 27 12 Guggenheim, Harry F. 1927 July-Oct 27 13 Guggenheim, Harry F. 1928 Jan-Oct 27 14 Guggenheim, Harry F. 1929 Feb-1935 Mar 27 15 Guggenheim, M. Robert. 1927 Dec-1931 Jan 27 16 Guggenheim, Simon. 1931 Jan 5 27 16 Guitry, Sacha. 1928 Nov-Dec 27 17 Gurney, H.A. 1931 Mar-1935 May 27 17 Haine, Dora. 1931 Dec-1932 Apr 27 18 Hall, Donald A. 1928 Feb-1930 Nov 27 18 Hall, Donald A. 1931 Jan-1935 Dec 27 19 Hammerly, Margaret. 1928 27 20 Hanson, Earl. 1928 May 3 27 20 Harris, John T., Mrs. 1928 Mar 9 27 20 Hawks, Frank. 1932 May 14 27 21 Hay, Edwardo. 1931 Oct-Nov 27 21 Hellweg, J.F. 1930 Dec-1931 Jan 27 21 Henderson, Paul. 1928 July-Aug 27 22 Hereford, Frances (Mrs. William). 1932 May 27 22 Hereford, William R. 1927 Nov-1928 June 27 22 Herrick, Agnes. 1927 Dec 27 23 Herrick, Myron T. 1927 Dec-1928 Dec 27 23 Herrick, Parmely. 1927 Sept-1929 July 27 23 Hibben, John. 1930 Oct 21 27 24 Hoover, Herbert. 1930 Aug 7 27 24 Hornbeck, Stanley K. 1932 Feb 3 27 24 Hulst, Charles W. 1930 June-July 27 24 Huang, Tien Lai. 1928 Feb 28 27 25 Hurrey, Charles D. 1931 Nov 21-25 27 25 Hurst, Fannie. 1935 Oct 30 27 25 Hyde, Arthur W. 1929 Sept 3 27 26 Ingalls, David S. 1929 Mar-1932 May 27 26 Irey, Elmer L. 1933 Apr 3 27 27 Isabell, Craig. No date 27 27 Jackling D.C. 1928 Nov 5 27 27 Jacques, Charles. 1931 Nov 13 27 28 Jay, N.W. 1933 Oct 30 27 28 Johnson, Charles F.H. 1934 Oct 20 27 28 Johnson, J. Thad, Mrs. 1927 Aug 20 27 29 Johnson, Lida Russel (Mrs. W.T.). 1935 June 30 27 29 Jones, Casey. 1928 Sept-1930 July 27 29 Jones, E. Lester. 1927 Dec 13 27 30 Jope, Howard E. 1930 Feb 27 27 30 Joyce, William B. 1934 Jan 8 27 30 Kelly, Doug. 1930 Jan 9 27 31 Kelly Field Gang. 1930 May 13 27 31 Keller, L.J. 1930 Sept 5-8 27 31 Kellogg, Frank B. 1929 Feb 21 27 32 Kennick, Lew, Mrs. 1930 Feb 22 27 32 Kent, Roscoe V. 1930 Oct-Nov 27 32 Keyhoe, Donald E. 1928 June-1932 Dec 27 33 Keys, C.M. 1929 Oct 10 27 34 Kiep, O.C. 1927 Nov 4 27 34 Kipp, Morris. No date 27 34 Knight, Lora J. 1932 May 14 27 35 Knight, Harry F. 1928 Dec 1 27 35 Knight, Harry H. 1929 May-1935 Oct 27 35 Knippel, Adam J. 1932 Mar 30 27 36 Knowlson, R.S. 1933 Dec 20 27 36 Knox, R.F. No date 27 36 Kunitomo, N. 1932 July 2 27 37 Ladebauche, Edward W. 1930 Feb 13 27 37 Lambert, A.B. 1928 Feb-Dec; no date 27 37 Lambert, Jerry. No date 27 38 Lamont, Florence. No date 27 38 Lamont, Margaret. 1933 Mar 28 27 38 Lamphier, Thomas G. 1927 July-1932 Dec 27 39 Land, Elizabeth (Mrs. Emory). No date 27 40 Land, Emory S. 1927 July-1932 Dec 27 40 Lawrance, Charles L. 1927 Aug-1933 Jan 27 41 Lee, Ivy. 1927 Oct-1932 Sept 27 42 Lee, Wallace O. 1928 Aug-1933 Apr 27 43 Legreve, Marie C. 1930 Sept 19 27 43 Leslie, Harry G. and Martha. 1929 Feb-1931 May 27 44 L’Hopital, Rene M. 1927-1931 May 27 44 Lichty, Ben W. 1929 Jan 31; no date 27 44 Lieb, J.W. 1929 July 10-12 27 45 Lignell, Karl. 1928 Sept-1929 Mar 27 45 Lippman, Walter. 1932 Mar 3 27 46 Littlefield, Howard. 1928 Mar-Oct 27 46 Lodge, John C. 1928 Apr-1930 May 27 46 Loening, Grover. 1927 Dec-1932 May 27 47 Lonsdale, John G. 1929 June 10 27 48 Loughead, Allan H. 1930 Jan 14 27 48 Love, Phil R. 1928 July-1930 Apr 27 49 Love, Phil R. 1930 May-1933 Mar 27 50 Lovejoy, Owen R. 1933 May-1934 Aug 27 51 Luckner, Felix. 1930 Feb-1933 Jan 27 51 Ludington, C. Townsend. 1929 Jan-1930 July 27 51 MacCracken, William P. 1927 Sept 30 28 1 MacCracken, William P., Jr. 1927 Nov-1931 Dec 28 1 MacKay, Clarence H. 1927 Dec 24 28 2 MacKean, S.H. 1930 July 11 27 2 MacLachlan, Charles. 1935 Sept 2 28 2 Macnab, Alexander J., Jr. 1928 Aug-1932 Feb 28 3 Maddux, Jack, Jr. No date 28 3 Mahoney, Benjamin F. 1927 Nov-1929 May 28 3 Manchester, F.W. 1933 Dec 22 28 4 Mars, Marion. No date 28 4 Martin, Glenn L. 1931 Apr-1932 Aug 28 4 Mason, Juian S. 1929 Aug 20 28 5 Massey, Vincent. 1928 Apr-May 28 5 McDonald, George C. 1929 Dec-1930 June 28 5 McNally, Fred L. 1927 July-1931 July 28 6 Meir, Fred C. 1933 June-1935 Apr 28 7 Merkel, Otto Julius. 1933 June-Nov 28 7 Merrill, John L. 1928 Jan 12 28 7 Merrill, R.H. 1928 Feb 27 28 8 Middlebrook, Maude. 1934 June 14 28 8 Miller, William Burke. 1933 Dec 1 28 8 Miller, Victor J. 1929 Dec 27 28 9 Minick, Robert G. 1928 Nov 16 28 9 Mitchell, John J. 1928 Oct-1933 Mar 28 10 Morrow, Dwight W. 1927 Oct-1931 Jan 28 11 Morton, Cavendish. 1930 Dec-1931 Feb 28 12 Murphy, Joseph A. 1929 Oct-1935 Aug 28 12 Murray, O. 1934 Dec 1 28 12 Neville, Edwin L. 1934 Dec 31 28 13 Newton, Byron R. 1927 Nov 9-18 28 13 Nordholm, B. 1927 Oct-1930 May 28 14 Nungesser, Madame. 1928 Feb-1932 Jan 28 14 O’Hare, Eugene. 1974 July 29 28 15 Ochs, Adolph S. 1928 May-1930 Aug 28 15 Oetter, Roy. [1941] July 17 28 15 Ohtani, N. 1928 Nov 21 28 15 Olds, R.E. 1927 Nov-Dec 28 16 Orteig, Raymond. 1927 Dec-1934 Dec 28 16 Osborne, Frederick S. 1931 Mar 14 28 16 Osborne, John S. 1927 Dec 21 28 17 Owen, Russell E. 1928 Mar 5 28 17 Pacheco, Joaquin Gonzalez. 1929 Mar 4 28 17 Paley, William S. 1931 Feb-July 28 18 Pastland, Tom. 1928 Sept 16 28 18 Payne, John Barton. 1931 Feb 2-4 28 18 Payne, John F. 1929 Jan 8 28 19 Payne, Robert. 1929 May-1932 May 28 19 Pershing, John J. 1929 June 21 28 19 Pettit, Horace. 1935 July 6 28 20 Pitcairn, Harold F. 1928 Sept 24 28 20 Plummer, Eunice (Mrs. Richard). 1935 Mar 23 28 20 Poole, Burnell. 1932 Dec 6 28 21 Potts, Earl. 1928 June 10 28 21 Powell, Harold R. 1933 June 2 28 21 Proesser, Seward. 1927 June-1932 Dec 28 22 Putnam, George Palmer. 1933 Jan 17 28 22 Radasch, H.E. 1929 Nov-1933 Jan 28 23 Randolph, Katherine. No date 28 24 Ray, Olaf. 1931 Feb 21-26 28 24 Ray, E. Lansing. 1928 Dec-1931 Nov 28 24 Ray, E. Lansing, Jr. No date 28 24 Reel, Gordon. 1930 June 20 28 25 Reichelderfer, F.W. 1929 Dec 13 28 25 Reid, Helen Rogers. 1927 Nov 23 28 25 Reilly, Frank C. 1932 June 8 28 26 Rice, Hamilton. 1928 Oct 12-22 28 26 Richards, Charles A. 1930 May-1934 June 28 26 Richards, J.W. 1935 June 26 28 27 Rickena, Edward H. 1930 Oct 8 28 27 Rickenbacker, Eddie. 1928 May-1935 Dec 28 27 Riddick, M.K. No date 28 28 Robbins, Richard W. 1932 May 23 28 28 Roberts, Loren. 1929 Jan-1930 Apr 28 28 Robertson, William B. 1927 Dec-1934 Nov 28 29 Rockefeller, John D., Jr. 1927 Dec-1931 Dec 28 30 Rogers, Will and Betty. 1932 Mar 2 28 31 Rohlfs, Roland. 1930 Oct 28 31 Roll, Charles Spear. 1935 May 29 28 31 Roosevelt, Edith. No date 28 32 Roosevelt, Ellis H. 1934 Oct 15 28 32 Roosevelt, Theodore. 1927 Dec 21 28 32 Root, Owen, Jr. No date 28 33 Rublee, Juliet Barrett. 1935 July 23 28 33 Rugh, Ralph R. 1930 May-June 28 33 Ruiz, Enrique D. 1929 Sept-1930 Jan 28 34 Salsbury, C.G. 1933 Mar 6 28 34 Sawamura, S. 1930 Mar-1931 Feb 28 34 Scandrett, Richard B., Jr. 1929 Feb-1935 Oct 28 35 Schlaet, Carol V. 1929 July 7 28 35 Schwarzkopf, H. Norman. 1935 Nov 12 28 35 Scott, O.E. 1931 Nov-1932 Jan 28 36 Sears, William H. 1933 Mar 20 28 36 Seversky, Alexander. 1933 Dec 22 28 36 Sheaffer, Daniel M. 1929 Aug-1930 Sept 28 37 Sheets, Elizabeth M. 1932 Oct 20 28 38 Shipstead, Henrick. No date 28 38 Sikes, Gordon G. 1930 Dec 4 28 38 Skillman, Lambert. 1932 May 20 28 39 Sklar, S. Barton. 1931 Nov 7 28 39 Smith, Dean. No date 28 39 Smith, H. Allen. [1930] May 5 28 40 Smith, Mozelle Terry. 1927 Dec-1928 Mar 28 40 Smith, W.C., Jr. 1931 Mar 2 28 40 Smith, William R. 1931 Feb-Mar 28 41 Synder, Mrs. No date 28 41 Spoelberch, Eric. No date 28 41 Springer, A.H. 1929 Nov-1935 May 28 42 Stapleton, Maria Olson (Mrs. L.J.). 1930 July 4 28 42 Staub, Albert W. 1928 Sept-1929 Feb 28 42 Stefanelli, Mario. 1933 May 27 28 43 Steiger, W.A. 1931 May-1932 Feb 28 43 Stettinius, E.R. 1932 Dec 9 28 43 Stevens, Eugene. 1928 May-1932 Apr 28 44 Steward, J.L. 1930 Mar-Apr 28 45 Stokowski, Leopold. 1931 Feb-Mar 28 45 Stout, William B. 1928 Feb 22 28 45 Strong, W.E.S. 1932 Nov-1933 June 28 46 Sultan, J.P. 1928 May-1932 Sept 28 46 Swailes, Jack. No date 28 47 Sweetser, Arthur. 1930 June 11 28 47 Szilard, Leo. 1932 Jan 11 28 47 Talbot, Thomas F. 1930 Feb 2 28 48 Taylor, Floyd. [1928] 28 48 Thompson, Earl. 1930 June 12 28 48 Thompson, L.A., Mrs. 1930 Sept 1 28 49 Tilden, C.J. 1930 Mar-May 28 49 Tommy, Franklin. 1927 June 27 28 50 Towle, Tom. 1935 Mar 13 28 50 Tusch, Mother. 1930 Mar 22 28 50 Van Dusen, William. 1929 Dec-1930 Aug 28 51 Vandenberg, Arthur H. 1934 Aug 13 28 52 Vaughan, Guy W. 1927 July-1935 June 28 52 Vaughn, Marguerite. [1928] 28 53 Veeder, Annie. 1927 Nov 28 28 53 Vought, Chance. 1928 Sept-Oct 28 53 Wakefield, Newton. 1928 Mar 13 28 54 Walker, Elisha. 1935 May-June 28 54 Werner, Edward P. 1928 Dec-1930 Aug 28 54 Wassall, C.R. 1927-1935 Aug 28 55 Waterman, Waldo D. 1928 Sept 10 28 55 Watres, Lawrence. 1928 Mar 19 28 55 Weber, F.B. 1930 Jan 31 28 56 Wecker, Joseph W. 1931 July-1935 Mar 28 56 Weems, P.V.H. 1928 Sept-1930 Dec 28 57 Weems, P.V.H. 1931 Feb-1935 Mar 28 58 Weisz, Oscar. 1932 Oct-1934 May 28 59 Westover, Bob. 1931 Oct-1932 Mar 28 59 White, F. Davis. 1931 Oct 28 28 59 White, John. No date 28 59 White, R. Drace. 1929 Feb 5 28 60 Whitman, Jane. [1928] Sept 3 28 60 Wickersham, George W. 1931 Jan-Dec 28 60 Wiley, Louis. 1929 Nov-1933 June 29 1 Williams, L. [1928] 29 1 Williams, Mary W. 1930 Dec 20 29 1 Wilmer, William H. 1930 Dec-1931 Dec 29 2 Wingo, Otis. 1928 Mar 26 29 2 Winslow, F.A. No date 29 2 Wolfinbanger, Curly. 1928 July 25 29 3 Woodring. 1928 Sept 20-22 29 3 Wrangel, M. 1928 May 28 29 3 Wyman, Edward E. 1932 Mar-1935 Dec 29 3 Yoshinari, K.J.N. 1931 June-1932 Jan 29 4 Young, Clarence M. 1927 Nov-1932 29 5 Ziegfield, Billie Burke. [1927-1931] 29 5 Foreign Correspondence Austria. No date 29 6 Belgium. 1927 Aug-1928 May 29 6 England. 1933 Oct-Dec 29 6 France. 1930 Apr-1933 Oct 29 7 Holland. 1933 Nov 3 29 8 Mexico. 1927 Dec 23 29 8 Uruguay. 1933 Feb 4 29 8 Miscellaneous Drafts Drafts. 1928-1933 29 9 Drafts. No date 29 10 Miscellaneous Notes. Includes the following loose-leaf papers 6 inches by 3 1/2 inches from notebook: Airplane Design and Construction by Pomillio. (3 pages) No date 29 11 Trips - itineraries. (32 pages) 1920s 29 11 Pages from an address book. (14 pages) ca. 1924-1927 29 11 List of gifts received on 48-State Tours. (2 pages) No date 29 11 Notes on farm home. (1 page) 1922 29 11 List of men in Missouri National Guard (35th Division, 110th Squadron). (1 page) 1926 29 11 Notes from Kelly Field. (2 pages) 1924 29 11 Miscellaneous. (3 pages) No date 29 11 Miscellaneous Messages to Charles A. Lindbergh Messages. No date 29 12 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Correspondence Telegrams. 1929 Feb 29 13-14 Letters. 1929 Feb-1930 Dec 29 15 Letters. 1932-1933 29 16 Letters. 1934-1935; no date 29 17 Drafts. 1932-1933; no date 29 18 Miscellaneous Notes. No date 29 19 Charles A. Lindbergh/Anne Morrow Lindbergh Financial, Business, and Housekeeping Records Banking and Investment Firms Bankers Trust Company. 1927 May-1935 Nov 29 20 First National Bank (Little Falls). 1928 Aug 5 29 21 Mississippi Valley Trust. 1930 June-Oct 29 22 J.P. Morgan & Co. 1927 Aug-1933 July 29 23 Miscellaneous. 1928 Feb-1935 Apr 29 24 Business Firms Correspondence. 1927-1928 29 25 Correspondence. 1929 29 26 Correspondence. 1930 29 27 Correspondence. 1931-1932 29 28 Correspondence. 1933-1935; no date 29 29 Income Tax Correspondence. 1930-1931; 1935 29 30 Insurance Correspondence. 1927 Sept-1929 Oct 29 31 Correspondence. 1930-1935 29 32 Investments Correspondence. 1928-1933 29 33 Legal Matters Correspondence. 1928-1934 29 34 Licenses Correspondence. 1927 Aug-1934 29 35 Family Business/Housekeeping Records Lindbergh, Morrow Records. 1927 July-1928 Dec 30 1 Records. 1929 Jan-1930 June 30 2 Records. 1930 July-1933 Dec; no date 30 3 Evangeline L.L. Lindbergh Records. 1927 May-Dec 30 4 Records. 1928 Jan-1929 Oct 30 5 Records. 1930 Jan-1932 Mar; no date 30 6 Dwight D. & Elizabeth Morrow Records. 1929 Mar-1933 Jan 30 7 General Correspondence Subseries Correspondence. 1928 Jan-Apr 30 8 Correspondence. 1928 May-Dec 30 9 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-Dec 30 10 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Feb 30 11 Correspondence. 1930 Feb 30 12 Correspondence. 1930 Feb-June 30 13 Correspondence. 1930 July 30 14 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 30 15 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Oct 30 16 Correspondence. 1931 Oct-Dec 30 17 Correspondence. 1932 Jan-July 30 18 Correspondence. 1932 Aug-Sept 30 19 Correspondence. 1932 Oct 30 20 Correspondence. 1932 Nov-Dec 30 21 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-Mar 30 22 Correspondence. 1933 Apr-June 30 23 Correspondence. 1933 July-Dec 30 24 Correspondence. 1934 Jan-Mar 31 1 Correspondence. 1934 Apr-Oct 31 2 Correspondence. 1934 Nov-Dec 31 3 Correspondence. 1935 Jan 31 4 Correspondence. 1935 Feb 31 5 Correspondence. 1935 Mar-Dec 31 6 Correspondence. 1936-1937 31 7 Correspondence. 1938-1940 31 8 Correspondence. No date 31 9-13 Subject Files Subseries Gifts Correspondence. 1928 Jan 31 14 Correspondence. 1928 Feb-Mar 31 15 Correspondence. 1928 Apr-Dec 31 16 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-July 31 17 Correspondence. 1929 Aug-Dec 31 18 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-May 31 19 Correspondence. 1930 June 31 20 Correspondence. 1930 July 1-15 31 21 Correspondence. 1930 July 16-Aug 32 1 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Nov 15 32 2 Correspondence. 1930 Nov 17-Dec 32 3 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-May 32 4 Correspondence. 1931 June-July 32 5 Correspondence. 1931 Aug-Nov 32 6 Correspondence. 1931 Dec 32 7 Correspondence. 1932 Jan-Apr 32 8 Correspondence. 1932 May-June 32 9 Correspondence. 1932 July-Dec 32 10 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-June 32 11 Correspondence. 1933 July-Dec 32 12 Correspondence. 1934 32 13 Correspondence. 1935; no date 32 14 Requests Advice Aviation Education Correspondence. 1928 July-1930 Mar 32 15 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-July 32 16 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Oct 32 17 Correspondence. 1930 Nov-Dec 32 18 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Feb 32 19 Correspondence. 1931 Mar-Dec 32 20 Correspondence. 1932 32 21 Correspondence. 1933-1937; no date 32 22 Technical Correspondence. 1930 Apr-1931 Nov 32 23 Correspondence. 1932-1935 Sept 32 24 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1928 Apr-1931 32 25 Correspondence. 1932 Feb-1938; no date 32 26 Aid Aviation Education Correspondence. 1930 33 1 Correspondence. 1931 33 2 Correspondence. 1932-1934; no date 33 3 Baby Things Correspondence. 1930 June-Sept 33 4 Correspondence. 1930 Oct 33 5-12 Correspondence. 1930 Nov 33 13-14 Correspondence. 1931; no date 33 15 Aviation Employment Correspondence. 1929 33 16 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 33 17 Correspondence. 1930 July-Aug 33 18 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Dec 33 19 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Apr 33 20 Correspondence. 1931 May-Dec 33 21 Correspondence. 1932 Jan-Aug 33 22 Correspondence. 1932 Sept-Dec 33 23 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-Aug 33 24 Correspondence. 1933 Oct-Dec 33 25 Correspondence. 1934 Jan-Nov 33 26 Correspondence. 1935; no date 33 27 Employment at High Field Correspondence. 1933 June 22-24 33 28 Correspondence. 1933 June 24-26 33 29 Correspondence. 1933 June 26 34 1 Correspondence. 1933 June 27-28 34 2 Correspondence. 1933 June 29-30 34 3 Correspondence. 1933 July-1934 Jan 34 4 Employment in Lindbergh Home Correspondence. 1928 Feb-1930 Sept 34 5 Correspondence. 1930 Oct 34 6 Correspondence. 1930 Nov-Dec 34 7 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Dec 34 8 Correspondence. 1932 Apr-Nov 34 9 Correspondence. 1933-1934; no date 34 10 Employment (Miscellaneous) Correspondence. 1930-1932 34 11 Correspondence. 1933-1935; no date 34 12 Financial Correspondence. 1928-1929 34 13 Correspondence. 1930 34 14 Correspondence. 1931 Feb-Aug 34 15 Correspondence. 1931 Oct-Dec 34 16 Correspondence. 1932 34 17 Correspondence. 1933 34 18 Correspondence. 1934 34 19 Correspondence. 1935 34 20 Correspondence. 1936-1937; no date 34 21 Financial (Foreign) Correspondence. 1929 Jan-1931 34 22 Correspondence. 1932 May-Aug 34 23 Correspondence. 1932 Sept-1933 Nov 34 24 Memorials Correspondence. 1929 Mar-1933 Dec 34 25 Autographs/Photographs General Correspondence. 1928 Jan-Feb 15 34 26 Correspondence. 1928 Feb 16-18 34 27 Correspondence. 1928 Feb 19-22 34 28 Correspondence. 1928 Feb 23-29 35 1 Correspondence. 1928 Mar 1-10 35 2 Correspondence. 1928 Mar 11-31 35 3 Correspondence. 1928 Apr 35 4 Correspondence. 1928 May 35 5 Correspondence. 1928 June 35 6 Correspondence. 1928 July-Aug 35 7 Correspondence. 1928 Sept-Dec 35 8 Correspondence. [1928] 35 9 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-May 35 10 Correspondence. 1929 July-Dec 35 11 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Mar 35 12 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-May 35 13 Correspondence. 1930 June 35 14 Correspondence. 1930 July-Aug 35 15 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Oct 35 16 Correspondence. 1930 Nov-Dec 35 17 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Mar 35 18 Correspondence. 1931 Apr-June 35 19 Correspondence. 1931 July-Oct 35 20 Correspondence. 1931 Nov 35 21 Correspondence. 1931 Dec 35 22 Correspondence. 1932 35 23 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-July 35 24 Correspondence. 1933 Aug-Oct 35 25 Correspondence. 1933 Nov-Dec 36 1 Correspondence. 1934 36 2 Correspondence. 1935 36 3 Correspondence. 1936-1940; no date 36 4 For Display Correspondence. 1928-1929 36 5 Correspondence. 1930 36 6 Correspondence. 1931 36 7 Correspondence. 1932-1935; no date 36 8 Granted Correspondence. 1928 36 9 Correspondence. 1929 36 10 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-May 36 11 Correspondence. 1930 June-Oct 36 12 Correspondence. 1930 Nov-Dec 36 13 Correspondence. 1931 Feb-Apr 36 14 Correspondence. 1931 May-July 36 15 Correspondence. 1931 Sept-Dec 36 16 Correspondence. 1932 Jan-Feb 36 17 Correspondence. 1933; no date 36 18 Nuisances Correspondence. 1930-1934 36 19 Returned Correspondence. 1928 36 20 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-Apr 36 21 Correspondence. 1929 May-Dec 36 22 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-May 36 23 Correspondence. 1930 June-Aug 36 24 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Dec 36 25 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-May 36 26 Correspondence. 1931 June 36 27 Correspondence. 1931 July-Aug 36 28 Correspondence. 1931 Nov-Dec 36 29 Correspondence. 1932 Feb; no date 36 30 Waterman’s Contest Correspondence. 1932 June 36 31 Correspondence. 1932 July 36 32 Correspondence. 1932 Aug 37 1-3 Correspondence. 1932 Sept 37 4 Correspondence. No date 37 5 Aviation Correspondence. 1929 Aug-1940 Oct; no date 37 6 Greetings Correspondence. 1928 Mar-1935 Oct 37 7 Interviews Correspondence. 1928 June-1929 Dec 37 8 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Nov 37 9 Correspondence. 1931 37 10 Correspondence. 1932-1934; no date 37 11 Inventions Correspondence. 1928 Apr-Dec 37 12 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-May 37 13 Correspondence. 1929 June-Dec 37 14 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-May 37 15 Correspondence. 1930 June-Dec 37 16 Correspondence. 1931 37 17 Correspondence. 1932 37 18 Correspondence. 1933 37 19 Correspondence. 1934 37 20 Correspondence. 1935-1937 37 21 Correspondence. 1938-1940; no date 37 22 Foreign correspondence. 1927 37 23 Foreign correspondence. 1928-1931 37 24 Kinship with Lindbergh. 1928-1935; no date 37 25 Legislative Support Correspondence. 1928-1930 38 1 Correspondence. 1931-1935 38 2 Motion Pictures Correspondence. 1928-1932; no date 38 3 Publishers Correspondence. 1928-1929 38 4 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Mar 38 5 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-June 38 6 Correspondence. 1930 July-Sept 38 7 Correspondence. 1930 Oct-Nov 38 8 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-May 38 9 Correspondence. 1931 June-Dec 38 10 Correspondence. 1932 38 11 Correspondence. 1933 38 12 Correspondence. 1934 38 13 Correspondence. 1935; no date 38 14 References/Recommendations Correspondence. 1929 Dec-1931 38 15 Correspondence. 1932-1934 38 16 Reprints Correspondence. 1929 Sept-1931 Feb 38 17 Correspondence. 1932-1935 38 18 Returned Correspondence. 1928 Nov-1929 Oct 38 19 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-1931 May 38 20 Scientific Experiments Correspondence. 1929; 1936-1938 38 21 Speeches/Radio Broadcasts Correspondence. 1928-1929 38 22 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Mar 38 23 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-Aug 38 24 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Dec 38 25 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Feb 38 26 Correspondence. 1931 Mar-May 38 27 Correspondence. 1931 June-Dec 38 28 Correspondence. 1932 38 29 Correspondence. 1933 38 30 Correspondence. 1934 38 31 Correspondence. 1935; no date 38 32 Statements Correspondence. 1928 39 1 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 39 2 Correspondence. 1930 July-Dec 39 3 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Mar 39 4 Correspondence. 1931 Apr-Dec 39 5 Correspondence. 1932 39 6 Correspondence. 1933-1934 39 7 Correspondence. 1935-1936 39 8 Use of Name Correspondence. 1928 Apr-1929 39 9 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 39 10 Correspondence. 1930 July-Dec 39 11 Correspondence. 1931 39 12 Correspondence. 1932 39 13 Correspondence. 1933 Apr-1935 39 14 Use of Photographs Correspondence. 1928 Apr-1935 39 15 Correspondence. 1931-1935 39 16 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1928 39 17 Correspondence. 1929 39 18 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 39 19 Correspondence. 1930 July-Dec 39 20 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-May 39 21 Correspondence. 1931 July-Dec 39 22 Correspondence. 1932 39 23 Correspondence. 1933 39 24 Correspondence. 1934-1935 39 25 Correspondence. 1936-1940 39 26 Correspondence. No date 39 27 Invitations Aviation Invitations. 1928 39 28 Invitations. 1929 39 29 Invitations. 1930 Feb-May 39 30 Invitations. 1930 June-Dec 39 31 Invitations. 1931 Jan-May 40 1 Invitations. 1931 June-Dec 40 2 Invitations. 1932-1935 40 3 Cities Miscellaneous Invitations. 1928-1929 40 4 Invitations. 1930 Jan-June 40 5 Invitations. 1930 July-Aug 40 6 Invitations. 1930 Sept-Nov 40 7 Invitations. 1931 Jan-May 40 8 Invitations. 1933 Apr-1934 Sept; no date 40 9 Danville, Illinois Invitations. 1928 Jan-Feb 40 10 Invitations. 1928 Feb 23 40 11-12 Meridian, Mississippi Invitations. 1930 Oct 28 40 13 Invitations. 1930 Oct 29 40 14 Tracy, California Invitations. 1930 Jan-Apr 40 15 Hospitality Invitations. 1928-1929 40 16 Invitations. 1930 40 17 Invitations. 1931-1932 40 18 Invitations. 1933 40 19 Invitations. 1934 May-1935 July; no date 40 20 Public Invitations. 1928 Apr-1929 Aug 40 21 Invitations. 1930 40 22 Invitations. 1931 June-1932 40 23 Invitations. 1933-1935 40 24 Social Formal invitations. 1930 Aug-1932 40 25 Informal invitations. 1927 Sept-1930 40 26 Informal invitations. 1931-1933 June 40 27 Informal invitations. 1934 June-1935 May; no date 40 28 Miscellaneous Invitations. 1928 Jan-May 40 29 Invitations. 1928 June-Dec 40 30 Invitations. 1929-1930 40 31 Invitations. 1931 40 32 Invitations. 1932-1933 41 1 Invitations. 1934 Aug-1935 Sept 41 2 Complaints General Correspondence. 1928-1929 41 3 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-July 41 4 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 41 5 Correspondence. 1931-1932 41 6 Correspondence. 1933-1934; no date 41 7 Inventions Correspondence. 1928 Aug-1931 Jan 41 8 Losses Correspondence. 1928 June-1930 Apr 41 9 Correspondence. 1930 May-1931 July; no date 41 10 Birth of Jon Morrow Lindbergh Correspondence. 1932 Aug 41 11 Correspondence. 1932 Aug-Sept 41 12 Aeronautics General Correspondence. 1930-1932 41 13 Correspondence. 1933 41 14 Air Corps Reserve Section Correspondence. 1930 May-1935 June 41 15 Air Express Company Correspondence. 1929 June-July 41 16 Dept. of Commerce Air Info. Div. correspondence. 1927 Nov-1929 Mar 41 17 Air Info. Div. correspondence. 1930-1932 June 41 18 Air Info. Div. correspondence. 1928 Oct-1934 41 19 Correspondence. 1928 Oct-1934 41 20 Engineering Developments Correspondence. 1928 Apr-1930 July 41 21 Correspondence. 1931 Apr-Nov 41 22 Correspondence. 1931 Dec 41 23 Correspondence. 1932-1934 41 24 Equipment Correspondence. 1927 July-1929 Nov 41 25 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-July 41 26 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-1931 41 27 Correspondence. 1932-1934; no date 41 28 Airports. 1928 Oct-1934 Aug 41 29 Announcements. 1929 Feb-1933 July 41 30 Announcements. 1934-1935 Jan; no date 41 31 Answered. 1930 Apr-July 42 1 Beryllium. 1930 Sept-1931 Apr 42 2 Bowles Sailplane Co. 1930 Apr-1932 Feb 42 3 Curtiss (Garden City). 1928 Feb-Dec 42 4 Curtiss (Garden City). 1929 42 5 Curtiss (Wright). 1928 Nov-1929 Dec 42 6 Curtiss (Wright). 1930 Apr-1933 June 42 7 Dupont. 1929 Oct-Nov 42 8 Edo Aircraft Corp. 1930 Mar-1935 Apr 42 9 Fairchild Airplane Mfg. Co. 1930 May-1931 Apr 42 10 Fleet Consolidated Aircraft. 1931 Apr-May 42 11 Fokker Aircraft Corp. 1929 Nov-1931 May 42 12 Ford Motor Corp. 1928 Aug-1932 Oct 42 13 General Electric Co. 1928 Feb-1931 June 42 14 Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 1929 July-1931 Apr 42 15 Horological. 1930 June-1935 May 42 16 Inspection. 1929 May-1930 Jan 42 17 Inspection. 1930 Jan-July 42 18 Inspection. 1932 Aug-1935 June 42 19 Irving Air Chute Co. 1929 Feb-1933 Apr 42 20 Keystone Aircraft Corp. 1928 June-1929 Dec 42 21 Kinner Airplane & Motor. 1930 Aug-Sept 42 22 Lambert Aircraft Corp. 1934 Sept-Dec 42 23 Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corp. 1927 Dec-1929 Apr 42 24 Manufacturers. 1929 Feb-1934 Oct 42 25 Oils. 1930 Jan-1932 Jan 42 26 Oils (Standard). 1927 Oct-1931 July 42 27 Opinions. 1929 Sept-1934 Jan 42 28 Parachutes. 1930 Feb-Oct 42 29 Personal. 1927 July-1929 42 30 Personal. 1930 Jan-1934 42 31 Personal Service. 1928 Mar-Dec 42 32 Personal Service. 1929 42 33 Personal Service. 1930-1931 42 34 Personal Service. 1932-1935; no date 42 35 Pioneer Instrument Co. 1928 Apr-1930 Oct 43 1 Pioneer Instrument Co. 1931 June-1934 Oct 43 2 Radio. 1929 Oct 43 3 Radio (Bell Telephone). 1929 Apr-1930 May 43 4 Sikorsky Aviation Corp. 1929 Aug-1931 Nov 43 5 Submarine Aviation Works. 1933 Oct 43 6 Triplex Safety Glass Co. 1928 May-July 43 7 Uppercu-Burnelli Aircraft. 1930 Nov-1932 Sept 43 8 Wright Aeronautical Corp. 1927 Nov-1930 Dec 43 9 Wright Aeronautical Corp. 1931-1933 June 43 10 Gliders Correspondence. 1929 Nov-1930 Mar 43 11 Correspondence. 1930 Mar-Apr 43 12 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-Dec 43 13 Correspondence. 1931 Apr-June; no date 43 14 Localities Proposed. 1930 Feb 43 15 Localities Proposed. 1930 Mar-Apr; no date 43 16 National Glider Association. 1930 Jan-July 43 17 National Glider Association. 1930 Sept-1931 May 43 18 Guggenheim Fund Promotion of Aeronautics Correspondence. 1927 Sept-1928 Dec 43 19 Correspondence. 1929 43 20 Correspondence. 1930; no date 43 21 Laurence A. Duggan Correspondence. 1929 June-July 43 22 Correspondence. 1929 Aug 43 23 Correspondence. 1929 Sept 43 24 Correspondence. 1929 Oct 43 25-26 Correspondence. 1929 Aug 43 27 Correspondence. No date 43 28 Institute of Aeronautical Science Correspondence. 1932 Dec-1933 Dec 43 29 Correspondence. 1934-1936 Oct; no date 43 30 Maddux Airlines Correspondence. 1929 Oct 43 31 National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Correspondence. 1927-1931 43 32 Correspondence. 1932 May-Oct 43 22 Correspondence. 1932 Nov-Dec 44 1 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-June 44 2 Correspondence. 1933 July-Dec 44 3 Correspondence. 1934 44 4 Correspondence. 1935 44 5 Minutes. 1933 Feb-Mar 44 6 Minutes. 1933 Apr-June 44 7 Minutes. 1933 Oct-Nov 44 8 Minutes. 1933 Nov 44 9 National Aeronautic Association Correspondence. 1927 Nov-1930 44 10 Correspondence. 1931-1932 44 11 Correspondence. 1933-1935 Oct 44 12 Mimeographs. 1929-1932 44 13 Paris. 1928-1933 Mar 44 14 National Air Transport Correspondence. 1929 Dec 44 15 Pan American Airways Correspondence. 1928 Apr-1929 Dec 44 16 Correspondence. 1930 April-Dec 44 17 Correspondence. 1931-1933 July 44 18 Correspondence. 1934-1937; no date 44 19 Transcontinental Air Transport Correspondence. 1928 May-Aug 44 20 Correspondence. 1928 Sept-Dec 44 21 Correspondence. 1929 Jan-May 44 22 Correspondence. 1929 July-Dec 44 23 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-Mar 44 24 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-May 44 25 Correspondence. 1930 June-1931 Apr; no date 44 26 Personal Business. 1928 May-Aug 44 27 Personal Business. 1928 Sept-1933 Feb 44 28 Mimeographs. 1928 May-1929 Oct 44 29 Mimeographs. 1930 Jan-May 44 30 Mimeographs. 1930 June-Dec 45 1 Mimeographs. 1931-1934; no date 45 2 Reports. 1929 Jan-Mar 45 3 Reports. 1929 Apr-May 45 4 Reports (Maddux Airlines). 1930 Apr-Sept 45 5 Reports (Maddux Airlines). 1932 Aug 45 6 Reports (Technical Comm.). 1929 May-1930 June 45 7 Schedules. 1929 Jan-Nov 45 8 Transcontinental & Western Air Correspondence. 1930 Oct-Dec 45 9 Correspondence. 1931 Mar-Dec 45 10 Correspondence. 1932 Mar 45 11 Accidents. 1931 Mar-Dec 45 12 Accidents. 1932 Jan 45 13 Accidents. 1932 Feb 45 14 Accidents. 1932 Mar-Sept 45 15 Accidents, 1932 Nov-Dec 45 16 Accidents. 1933 Jan 45 17 Accidents. 1933 Feb 45 18-19 Accidents. 1933 Mar 45 20 Directors. 1931 Dec-1932 Sept 45 21 Directors. 1932 Oct-Dec 45 22 Directors. 1933 Jan-June 45 23 Directors. 1934 Aug-1935 Aug 45 24 Education. 1932 Jan-Mar 45 25 Education. 1932 June-Nov; no date 45 26 Equipment. 1931 Mar 45 27 Equipment. 1931 Apr-May 45 28 Equipment. 1931 June 45 29-30 Equipment. 1931 July-Dec 46 1 Equipment. 1932 Jan 46 2 Equipment. 1932 Feb-Mar 46 3 Equipment. 1932 Apr-Dec 46 4 Equipment. 1933 Jan; no date 46 5 Equipment (Radio). 1930 Dec-1931 Mar 46 6 Equipment (Radio). 1931 Apr; 1933 Mar 46 7 Equipment (Radio). 1931 May-Dec 46 8 Executive Comm. (Minutes). 1931 Apr-1932 June 46 9 Executive Comm. (Minutes). 1932 July-Sept 46 10 Executive Comm. (Minutes). 1932 Oct-Dec 46 11 Executive Comm. (Minutes). 1933-1934 Sept 46 12 Letters. 1931 Jan-May 46 13 Letters. 1931 June-Sept 46 14 Letters. 1931 Oct-Nov 46 15 Letters. 1931 Dec 46 16 Letters. 1932 Jan 46 17 Letters. 1932 Feb-May 46 18 Letters. 1932 June 46 19-20 Letters. 1932 July 46 21-23 Letters. 1932 Aug 46 24 Letters. 1932 Sept 46 25 Letters. 1932 Oct 46 26-27 Letters. 1932 Nov-Dec 46 28 Letters. 1932 Dec 46 29 Letters. 1933 Jan 47 1-2 Letters. 1933 Feb 47 3 Letters. 1933 Mar 47 4-6 Letters. 1933 Apr 47 7-8 Letters. 1933 May 47 9-10 Letters. 1933 June 47 11-12 Letters. 1933 July-Sept 47 13 Letters. 1934 July-Dec 47 14 Letters. 1935 Jan-Aug 47 15 Mail. 1931-1934 47 16 Mimeographs. 1930-1931 June 47 17 Mimeographs. 1931 June-Aug 47 18 Mimeographs. 1931 Sept-Oct 47 19 Mimeographs. 1931 Nov-Dec 47 20 Mimeographs. 1932 Jan-June 47 21 Mimeographs. 1932 June 47 22 Mimeographs. 1932 July 47 23 Mimeographs. 1932 July-Nov 47 24 Mimeographs. 1933 47 25 Mimeographs. 1934 June-1935 July 47 26 Personnel. 1931-1933 47 27 Publicity. 1930 Nov-1931 47 28 Publicity. 1932 Jan-Mar 47 29 Publicity. 1932 Apr-June 47 30 Publicity. 1932 July-Oct 47 31 Publicity. 1932 Nov-Dec 48 1 Publicity. 1933 Jan-Feb 48 2 Publicity. 1933 Mar-Apr 48 3 Publicity. 1933 May-June 48 4 Publicity. 1934 June-Aug 48 5 Reports. 1931 48 6-8 Reports (Mileage, Revenue, Expenses, and Profit & Loss). 1931-1932 48 9 Reports (Engine Overhaul Costs at Kansas City). 1932 May-Nov 48 10 Reports (Gasoline and Mileage Performance by Plane). 1932 Feb-Nov 48 11 Reports (Miscellaneous). 1932 48 12 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Jan-Feb 48 13 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Feb 48 14 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Mar 48 15 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Apr 48 16 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 May 48 17 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 June 48 18 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 July 48 19 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Aug 48 20 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Sept 48 21 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Oct 48 22 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Nov 48 23 Reports (Performance Report-Local Services). 1932 Dec 48 24 Reports (Payments Made By Post Office to Air Mail Contractors). 1932 48 25 Reports (Seats Available-Seats Occupied-Load Factor). 1932 June-Aug 48 26 Reports (Summary of “Foreign” Expenses in Respect of Unused or “Off Line Properties). 1932 Mar-July 48 27 Reports (Summary of Revenues, Operating Expenses & Losses for 16 Months). 1932 48 28 Reports. 1933 Jan-May 48 29 Reports (Performance Reports). 1933 48 30 Reports (Performance Reports). 1933 Feb 48 31 Reports (Performance Reports). 1933 Mar 49 1 Reports (Performance Reports). 1933 Apr-May 49 2 Reports. 1934 49 3 System Communication Circular. 1932 49 4 System Maintenance Circular. 1932 49 5-6 System Meteorological Circular. 1932 49 7 System Operations Circular. 1932 49 8 System Traffic Circular. 1932 49 9 System Weekly Operations Letter. 1932 Sept-Dec 49 10 System Maintenance Circular. 1933 Jan-May 49 11 Air-System Maintenance Circular. 1933 May-June 49 12 System Operations Circular. 1933 Jan-Apr 49 13 System Operations Circular. 1933 May-June 49 14 System Weekly Operations Letter. 1933 Jan-Apr 49 15 System Weekly Operations Letter. 1933 May-June 49 16 War Department Correspondence. 1927 June-1932 Aug 49 17 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-Nov 49 18 Charles A. Lindbergh Military Orders. 1927 Nov-1930 June 49 19 Aviation Air Mail Correspondence. 1928 May-1931 May 49 20 Correspondence. 1932 Sept-1935 Mar 49 21 Air Meets Correspondence. 1929 July-1930 June 49 22 Correspondence. 1930 July-Nov 49 23 Correspondence. 1931 Mar-1932 Sept 49 24 Correspondence. 1933 May-1935 July 49 25 Air Races Correspondence. 1928 Sept-1932 Dec 49 26 Correspondence. 1933 May-1935 Aug; no date 49 27 Airplane Models Correspondence. 1927 July-1928 Nov 49 28 Correspondence. 1929 Apr-1934 Dec 49 29 Airports Correspondence. 1928 Aug-1930 May 49 30 Correspondence. 1930 June-Dec 49 31 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-1935 Aug 49 32 Construction. 1930 May-1934 Sept 50 1 Dedications. 1928 Jan-Sept 50 2 Dedications. 1929 July-1930 Apr 50 3 Dedications. 1930 May-June 50 4 Dedications. 1930 July-Aug 50 5 Dedications. 1930 Sept-1931 Feb 50 6 Dedications. 1931 Mar 50 7 Proposed. 1928 Feb-1929 Oct 50 8 Proposed. 1930 Jan-July 50 9 Proposed. 1930 Aug-Dec 50 10 Proposed. 1931 Feb-1934 Feb 50 11 Wichita. 1930 June-1935 Mar 50 12 Airways Correspondence. 1929 June-1934 Jan; no date 50 13 Country Clubs Correspondence. 1929 Apr-Sept 50 14 Correspondence. 1930 Feb-1931 June 50 15 Correspondence. 1931 July-1932 Feb 50 16 Correspondence. 1932 April-Dec 50 17 Flights Correspondence. 1928 June 50 18 Correspondence. 1928 Dec-1935 Nov 50 19 Advice, Requests, etc. 1927 July-1930 Apr 50 20 Advice, Requests, etc. 1930 May-1931 July 50 21 Advice, Requests, etc. 1934 Nov; no date 50 22 Canada (June 1927), Caribbean (February-September 1929). 1927; 1929 Feb-Sept 50 23 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 May-June 50 24 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 6-9 50 25 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 10-12 50 26 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 12-15 50 27 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 15-19 51 1 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 19-25 51 2 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 June 26-July 3 51 3 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 July 3-14 51 4 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 July 15-28 51 5 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 July 28-31 51 6 Far East (Arrangements). 1931 Aug-1932 Feb 51 7 Far East (China and Korea). 1931 Aug-Oct 51 8 Far East (China and Korea). 1931 Oct-1932 Feb 51 9 Far East (China Incident). 1931 Oct 51 10 Far East (Congratulations). 1931 July-August 51 11 Far East (Congratulations). 1931 Aug 51 12-13 Far East (Congratulations). 1931 Sept-Oct 51 14 Far East (Customs). 1931 Oct-Dec 51 15 Far East (Customs). 1931 Dec-1932 Apr 51 16 Far East (Japan). 1931 July-Aug 51 17 Far East (Japan). 1931 Aug 51 18 Far East (Japan). 1931 Aug-Sept 51 19 Far East (Japan). 1931 Sept 51 20 Far East (Japan). 1931 Oct-1932 Jan 51 21 Far East (Trip Home). 1931 Oct 51 22-23 Latin America. 1927 Dec 51 24 Latin America. 1928 Jan 51 25-26 Latin America. 1928 Jan 2-16 52 1 Latin America. 1928 Jan 17-26 52 2 Latin America. 1928 Jan 27-31 52 3 Latin America. 1928 Feb 1-2 52 4 Latin America. 1928 Feb 3-Mar 10 52 5 Latin America (Travel Docs.). 1929 Sept-Oct 52 6 Transatlantic. 1933 June 29-Aug 27 52 7 Transatlantic. 1933 Aug 28-31 52 8 Transatlantic. 1933 Sept 52 9 Transatlantic. 1933 Oct 52 10 Transatlantic. 1933 Nov 1-14 52 11 Transatlantic. 1933 Nov 15-Dec 12 52 12 Transatlantic Travel Docs. 1933 July-Dec 52 13 Transatlantic Weather Information. 1933 52 14 Transatlantic Notes. No date 52 15 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 May-Aug 28 52 16 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 Aug 29-31 52 17 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 Sept 1-6 52 18 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 Sept 7-23 52 19 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 Oct-Nov 4 52 20 Transatlantic, Foreign Correspondence. 1933 Nov 5-15; no date 52 21 Transcontinental. 1930 Apr 21-22 52 22 Assollant, Jean. 1929 June 20-1933 Dec 21 52 23 Byrd, Richard E. 1928 June 29-1930 Oct 16 52 24 Coste, Dieudonne and Bellonte, Maurice. 1930 Aug-1932 Jan 52 25 Costes and Le Brix. 1927 Dec 30-1931 July 23 52 26 Earhart, Amelia. 1928 July 8-1933 Jan 24 52 27 Johnson, Amy. 1930 June 25 52 28 Weather Reports, etc. 1928-1929 53 1 Weather Reports, etc. 1929 53 2 Weather Reports, etc. 1930 53 3 Weather Reports, etc. 1931-1933 53 4 Weather Reports, etc. No date 53 5 Proposed. 1928 53 6 Proposed. 1929 53 7 Proposed. 1930 53 8 Proposed. 1931-1933 53 9 Charles A. Lindbergh. 1928 Apr-1931 53 10 Furtherance of Correspondence. 1927 Nov-1928 53 11 Correspondence. 1929 53 12 Correspondence. 1930 53 13 Correspondence. 1931-1932 53 14 Correspondence. 1933-1934; no date 53 15 Ligue Internationale des Aviateurs Correspondence. 1928 Mar-1933 Oct 53 16 Mementoes Correspondence. 1930-1934 53 17 Memorials Correspondence. 1927 Dec-1932 53 18 Pioneers Correspondence. 1928 Feb-1930 Mar 53 19 Correspondence. 1930 May-1931 Apr 53 20 Publicity Correspondence. 1930 Mar-1935 Oct 53 21 Radio Correspondence. 1930 June-1933 June 53 22 Theories Correspondence. Economics Correspondence. 1931 Apr-1935 July 53 24 Home Business Correspondence. 1929 Nov-1930 53 25 Correspondence. 1931 53 26 Correspondence. 1932 Oct-1933 May; 1935; no date 53 27 Solicitations Construction. 1930 Jan-Oct 21 54 1 Construction. 1930 Oct 22-29 54 2 Construction. 1930 Nov-1934 Oct; no date 54 3 Interiors. 1929 Sept-1930 Oct 16 54 4 Interiors. 1930 Oct 17-27 54 5 Interiors. 1930 Nov-Dec 54 6 Interiors. 1931 54 7 Interiors. 1932 Aug-1933; no date 54 8 Landscaping. 1930 July-1933; no date 54 9 Water. 1930 Oct-1933 Mar 54 10 Honors Correspondence. 1928-1930 54 11 Correspondence. 1931-1932 54 12 Correspondence. 1933-1935 54 13 Biography. 1930 Sept-Oct 54 14 Biography. 1931-1934 Jan; no date 54 15 Biography (Social Register). 1929-1934 54 16 Biography (Who’s Who). 1927 Nov-1935 Aug 54 17 Honorary Degrees. 1928 Jan-June 54 18 Honorary Degrees. 1930 Mar-1934 Feb 54 19 Medals. 1928 54 20 Medals. 1929 Feb-Oct 54 21 Portraits, Sculptures, Paintings. 1927 Oct-1928 54 22 Portraits, Sculptures, Paintings. 1929 Mar-Nov 54 23 Portraits, Sculptures, Paintings. 1930 May-Dec 54 24 Portraits, Sculptures, Paintings. 1931-1934 54 25 Resolutions. 1928-1929 54 26 Organizations Air Correspondence. 1927 June-Dec 55 1 Correspondence. 1928-1930 Mar 55 2 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-Nov 55 3 Correspondence. 1931 Feb-Nov 55 4 Correspondence. 1932-1935 55 5 Boys Correspondence. 1930 55 6 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Nov 55 7 Correspondence. 1932-1935; no date 55 8 Boy Scouts. 1927 July-1929 55 9 Boy Scouts. 1930 55 10 Boy Scouts. 1931 55 11 Boy Scouts. 1932 55 12 Boy Scouts. 1933 Jan-June 55 13 Boy Scouts. 1934-1935 Aug 55 14 Business Correspondence. 1927 Dec-1930 55 15 Correspondence. 1931 55 16 Correspondence. 1932-1933 55 17 Aero. Chamber of Commerce. 1928 June-1930 June 55 18 Aero. Chamber of Commerce. 1931 Apr-1932 May 55 19 Chamber of Commerce. 1927 Aug-1928 Oct 55 20 Chamber of Commerce. 1928 Nov-1933 Mar 55 21 Junior Chamber of Commerce. 1930-1934 55 22 St. Louis Chamber of Commerce. 1928-1933 55 23 Charitable Correspondence. 1927 Nov-1930 July 56 1 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 56 2 Correspondence. 1931 56 3 Correspondence. 1932 Apr-Dec 56 4 Correspondence. 1933-1935; no date 56 5 Children. 1930 56 6 Children. 1932 Aug-1934 56 7 St. Luke’s (Tokyo). 1931 Dec-1932 56 8 St. Luke’s (Tokyo). 1933 56 9 St. Luke’s (Tokyo). 1934 56 10 St. Luke’s (Tokyo). 1935 Jan-July 56 11 Creative Arts Correspondence. 1929-1932 56 12 Correspondence. 1933-1935 56 13 Cultural Correspondence. 1927-1935 56 14 Engineers Correspondence. 1927 July-1930 Apr 56 15 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-1931 May 56 16 Correspondence. 1931 July-1933 Oct 56 17 Foreign Correspondence. 1927-1935 56 18 Fraternal Correspondence. 1928-1934 56 19 Masonic. 1927 July-1929 July 56 20 Masonic. 1930 56 21 Masonic. 1931 Feb-Aug 56 22 Masonic. 1932 56 23 Masonic. 1933-1934 56 24 Geographic Correspondence. 1927 Dec-1928 56 25 Correspondence. 1930-1935 56 26 Historical and Patriotic Correspondence. 1928 Mar-1930 Feb 57 1 Correspondence. 1930 Apr-1931 57 2 Correspondence. 1932-1934 57 3 Correspondence. 1935 57 4 International Correspondence. 1929 Nov-1930 June 57 5 Correspondence. 1930 July-Sept 57 6 Correspondence. 1930 Sept-Dec 57 7 Correspondence. 1931-1932 57 8 Correspondence. 1933 May-1935 July 57 9 Military Correspondence. 1927 Oct-1928 Oct 57 10 Correspondence. 1929-1931 57 11 Correspondence. 1932-1935 57 12 American Legion. 1928 Mar-1930 Mar 57 13 American Legion. 1930 Apr-Dec 57 14 American Legion. 1931-1933 57 15 Veterans. 1930 Mar-Oct 57 16 Veterans. 1931-1935 57 17 Nature Correspondence. 1930 Apr-1934 May 57 18 Professional Correspondence. 1929 May-1930 Oct 57 19 Correspondence. 1931-1935 57 20 Religious Correspondence. 1927 Oct-1929 Oct 57 21 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 57 22 Correspondence. 1930 July-Dec 57 23 Correspondence. 1931 57 24 Correspondence. 1932 57 25 Correspondence. 1933-1934 57 26 Service Correspondence. 1928-1930 58 1 Correspondence. 1931-1935 58 2 Social Correspondence. 1927 Nov-1929 58 3 Correspondence. 1930 Mar-Dec 58 4 Correspondence. 1931 58 5 Correspondence. 1932 58 6 Correspondence. 1933 58 7 Correspondence. 1934-1935; no date 58 8 Athletic & Country Clubs. 1927 Aug-1929 58 9 Athletic & Country Clubs. 1930-1931 58 10 Athletic & Country Clubs. 1932 58 11 Athletic & Country Clubs. 1933-1935 58 12 Politics Correspondence. 1927-1931 58 13 Correspondence. 1932 Feb-Oct 58 14 Correspondence. 1932 Oct 58 15 Correspondence. 1932 Nov-Dec 58 16 Correspondence. 1933-1935 Sept 58 17 Press Correspondence. 1928 May-1929 Oct 58 18 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-July 58 19 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 58 20 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-June 58 21 Correspondence. 1931 June-Dec 58 22 Correspondence. 1932 July-1933 Sept 58 23 Correspondence. 1933 Oct-Dec 58 24 Correspondence. 1934-1935; no date 58 25 Publications Correspondence. 1928 Feb-July 59 1 Correspondence. 1929 59 2 Correspondence. 1930 Jan-June 59 3 Correspondence. 1930 July-Sept 59 4 Correspondence. 1930 Oct-Dec 59 5 Correspondence. 1931 59 6 Correspondence. 1932 59 7 Correspondence. 1933-1935 59 8 Correspondence. 1937; 1940; 1953; no date 59 9 Publicity Correspondence. 1930 Jan-July 59 10 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 59 11 Correspondence. 1931-1932 Sept 59 12 Correspondence. 1933 59 13 Correspondence. 1934 Aug-1935 July; no date 59 14 Real Estate Domestic East Correspondence. 1929 May-Dec 59 15 Correspondence. 1930 June-July 59 16 Correspondence. 1930 Aug-Dec 59 17 Correspondence. 1931 59 18 Correspondence. 1932 May-Dec 59 19 Correspondence. 1933-1935; no date 59 20 West Correspondence. 1930 59 21 Correspondence. 1931 June-1934; no date 59 22 Foreign Correspondence. 1929 Oct-1931 59 23 Correspondence. 1932-1933 Feb 59 24 Correspondence. 1933; no date 59 25 Scientific Research Correspondence. 1930-1932; no date 59 26 Carnegie Institute. 1929 59 27 Carnegie Institute. 1930 59 28 Carnegie Institute. 1931-1935 59 29 Rockefeller Institute. 1930 Mar-July 60 1 Rockefeller Institute. 1932 June-1933 60 2 Rockefeller Institute. 1935 June-July 60 3 Rockefeller Institute. 1935 July-Oct 60 4 Social Service Child Welfare Correspondence. 1929 Apr-1930 Oct 60 5 Correspondence. 1930 Nov-Dec 60 6 Correspondence. 1931 Jan-Mar 60 7 Correspondence. 1931 Apr-May 60 8 Correspondence. 1931 July-1935 May 60 9 China Flood Relief Correspondence. 1931 Sept-Dec 60 10 Correspondence. 1932 Feb 60 11 Correspondence. 1932 Feb-Mar 60 12 Unemployment Correspondence. 1930 Apr-1931 60 13 Correspondence. 1932-1933 Feb 60 14 Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1928 Mar-1932 Jan 60 15 Solicitations Foreign Correspondence. 1929 Sept-1933 Oct 60 16 Correspondence. 1933 Oct-Nov 60 17 Insurance Correspondence. 1929 Sept-1930 Oct 60 18 Correspondence. 1931-1932 60 19 Correspondence. 1933; no date 60 20 Selling Correspondence. 1929-1930 60 21 Correspondence. 1931-1932 July 60 22 Correspondence. 1932 Aug-Dec 60 23 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-June 60 24 Correspondence. No date 60 25 Travel Correspondence. 1930 61 1 Correspondence. 1932 June-1933 61 2 Typescripts Subseries Charles A. Lindbergh Correspondence. 1915 61 3 Correspondence. 1921 61 4 Correspondence. 1922 Jan-July 61 5 Correspondence. 1922 Aug-Dec 61 6 Correspondence. 1923 Jan-May 61 7 Correspondence. 1923 June-Dec 61 8 Correspondence. 1924 Jan-Apr 61 9 Correspondence. 1924 May-Aug 61 10 Correspondence. 1924 Sept-Dec 61 11 Correspondence. 1925 Jan-Apr 61 12 Correspondence. 1925 May-Aug 61 13 Correspondence. 1925 Sept-Dec 61 14 Correspondence. 1926 Jan-Apr 61 15 Correspondence. 1926 May-Sept 61 16 Correspondence. 1926 Oct-Dec 61 17 Correspondence. 1927 Jan-Oct 61 18 Correspondence. 1928 61 19 Correspondence. 1929-1930 61 20 Correspondence. 1931-1938 61 21 Correspondence. 1941-1942 61 22 Correspondence. No date 61 23 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Correspondence. 1918-1921 61 24 Correspondence. 1922 61 25 Correspondence. 1923 61 26-27 Correspondence. 1924 61 28 Correspondence. 1925 61 29 Correspondence. 1926 61 30 Correspondence. 1927 61 31 Correspondence. 1928 Jan-Sept 62 1 Correspondence. 1928 Oct 62 2 Correspondence. 1928 Nov-Dec 62 3 Correspondence. 1929 62 4 Correspondence. 1930 62 5 Correspondence. 1931 62 6 Correspondence. 1932 62 7 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-July 62 8 Correspondence. 1933 Aug-Sept 62 9 Correspondence. 1933 Oct-Dec 62 10 Correspondence. 1934 62 11 Correspondence. 1937-1942 62 12 Correspondence. No date 62 13 Morrow Family Correspondence. 1926; 1932 62 14 Lodge Family Correspondence. 1843; 1868; 1909 62 15 Correspondence. 1917 62 16 Missouri Historical Society Subseries Agreements Between MHS and Lindberghs Agreements. 1933-1969 62 17 Charles A. Lindbergh/Anne Morrow Lindbergh Correspondence Correspondence. 1927 May-1931 62 18 Correspondence. 1932 62 19 Correspondence. 1933 Jan-Apr 62 20 Correspondence. 1933 May-Dec 62 21 Correspondence. 1934 62 22 Correspondence. 1935 62 23 Correspondence. 1936-1937 62 24 Correspondence. 1938 Jan-Apr 62 25 Correspondence. 1938 May-Dec 62 26 Letter signed Charles A. Lindbergh, Illiec, Penvenan, Cotes-du-Nord, to Mrs. Nettie H. Beauregard, Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis, Mo., November 11, 1938 Copy of letter of Mrs. N.H. Beauregard (unsigned), Archivist and Curator, to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, Illiec, Penvenan, Cotes-du-Nord, France, December 10, 1938 Correspondence. 1939 Jan-May 62 27 Correspondence. 1939 Aug-1940 62 28 Correspondence. 1941 62 29 Correspondence. 1942 62 30 Correspondence. 1943-1947 63 1 Correspondence. 1948-1950 63 2 Correspondence. 1951 63 3 Correspondence. 1952 Jan-June 63 4 Correspondence. 1952 July-Sept 63 5 Correspondence. 1952 Oct-Dec 63 6 Correspondence. 1953 63 7 Correspondence. 1954 Jan-Mar 63 8 Correspondence. 1954 May-1960 May 63 9 Gifts to Charles A. Lindbergh Correspondence. 1927 63 10 Correspondence. 1928 Jan-Feb 63 11 Correspondence. 1928 Mar-July 63 12 Correspondence. 1928 Aug-Dec 63 13 Correspondence. 1929 63 14 Correspondence. 1930-1934 July 63 15 Correspondence. 1935 Oct-1952 May 63 16 Missouri Historical Society Exhibit Correspondence. 1927 May-Oct 63 17 Correspondence. 1928 63 18 Correspondence. 1929-1930 63 19 Correspondence. 1931-1934 63 20 Correspondence. 1935-1938 63 21 Correspondence. 1939 Sept-1949 63 22 Correspondence. 1950-1952 63 23 Correspondence. 1953 63 24 Correspondence. 1954-1955 May 63 25 Correspondence. 1955 June-Aug; 1956 June 63 26 Security of Exhibit. 1927 July-Dec 63 27 Security of Exhibit. 1928 Jan 63 28-29 Security of Exhibit. 1928 Feb-Dec 63 30 Security of Exhibit. 1933 May-1936 June 63 31 Security of Exhibit. 1936 June-1950 Apr 63 32 Security of Exhibit. 1951-1958; no date 63 33 Portrait of Charles A. Lindbergh Henry Stanley Tood. 1931 July-1932 Feb 64 1 Swedish Cultural Society. 1939 Nov-Dec 64 2 Spirit of St. Louis Memorial Committee Correspondence. 1927 Sept-Dec 64 3 Correspondence. 1928 Jan-Feb 64 4 Correspondence. 1928 Mar-Dec 64 5 Membership Roster. 1927-1928 64 6 Spirit of St. Louis Association Correspondence. 1929-1931 64 7 Correspondence. 1932 June-1937 May 64 8 Correspondence. 1938 64 9 SSL Memorial Committee/SSL Association Minute Book. 1927-1935 64 10 Missouri Historical Society Visitors Book Lindbergh Exhibit Visitors Book. 1930-1952 64 11 Financial Documents Series Bills and Receipts Subseries Bills and Receipts. 1923-1925 64 12 Bills and Receipts. 1926 64 13 Bills and Receipts. 1927 64 14 Receipt of purchase of a monoplane ("Spirit of St. Louis") from Ryan Airlines, Inc., San Diego, Calif., signed Charles A. Lindbergh, February 25, 1927 Bills and Receipts. 1928 64 15 Bills and Receipts. 1929 Jan-Mar 64 16 Bills and Receipts. 1929 Apr-June 64 17 Bills and Receipts. 1929 July-Sept 64 18 Bills and Receipts. 1929 Oct-Dec 64 19 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Jan-Mar 64 20 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Apr-July 64 21 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Aug 64 22 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Sept 65 1 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Oct 65 2 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Nov 65 3 Bills and Receipts. 1930 Dec 65 4 Bills and Receipts. 1931 Jan-Aug 65 5 Bills and Receipts. 1931 Sept-Dec 65 6 Bills and Receipts. 1932 65 7 Bills and Receipts. 1933 Jan-July 65 8 Bills and Receipts. 1933 Aug-Sept 65 9 Bills and Receipts. 1933 Oct-Dec 65 10 Bills and Receipts. 1934-1935 65 11 Bills and Receipts. No date 65 12 Checks and Check Stubs Subseries Checks and Check Stubs. 1925-1927 65 13 Income Tax Forms Subseries Income Tax Forms. 1926; 1932 65 14 Statements of Accounts Subseries Statement of Accounts. 1927-1930 65 15 Dividend Statements Subseries Dividend Statements. 1928 Jan-Aug 65 16 Dividend Statements. 1928 Sept-Dec 65 17 Dividend Statements. 1929 65 18 Dividend Statements. 1930 65 19 Dividend Statements. 1931 65 20 Legal Documents Series Wills Subseries Charles A. Lindbergh Will. 1925 Dec 11 65 21 Will. 1929 June 24 65 22 Will. 1929 Sept 17 65 23 Will. 1931 July 7 65 24 Will. 1933 Jan 23 65 25 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Will. 1931 July 8 66 1 Will. 1933 Jan 23 66 2-3 Insurance Policies Subseries Insurance Policies. 1927-1929 66 4 Miscellaneous Documents Subseries Miscellaneous. 1925-1932 66 5 Literary Productions Series Charles A. Lindbergh Books Subseries We Galleys of Rejected Version Foreword-Galley 142. 1927 66 5a Foreword-Galley 78. 1927 66 6 Foreword-Galley 11. 1927 66 7-8 Galley 1 and Galley 11. 1927 66 9 Galley 25 and Galley 81. 1927 66 10 Original Manuscript Manuscript. 1927 67 The Spirit of St. Louis First Draft Holograph Carbon (19 Sections with Revision Pages). 1939 68 1 Holograph Carbon. 1939 68 2 Second Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II Primarily). 1941 68 3 Third Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 1-140). 1943 68 4 Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 141-271). 1943 68 5 Fourth Draft Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 1-140). 1944 68 6 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 141-271). 1944 68 7 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 272-358). 1944 68 8 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 359-480). 1944 68 9 Fifth Draft Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 1-89). 1944 69 1 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 90-180). 1944 69 2 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 181-277). 1944 69 3 Typescript Carbon (Parts I & II, Pages 278-360). 1944 69 4 Sixth Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II (incomplete) with revision pages). No date 69 5-6 Seventh Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II (incomplete) with revision pages). ca. 1946 69 7-8 1948-1949 Draft Typescript Carbon (Part I, incomplete). 1948-1949 69 9 1948 Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II, with revision pages). 1948 69 10-11 1949 Draft Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 1-114). 1949 70 1 Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 115-210). 1949 70 2 Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 211-319). 1949 70 3 Typescript Carbon (Part II, Pages 320-419). 1949 70 4 1950 Draft Typescript Carbon (Part I, Pages 1-93). 1950 70 5 Typescript Carbon (Part I, Pages 94-189). 1950 70 6 Part I Typescript Carbon Revision Pages. 1951-1952 70 7-10 Typescript Carbon Revision Pages. 1951-1952 71 1-6 Part II Typescript Carbon Revision Pages. 1949-1952 71 7-10 Typescript Carbon Revision Pages. 1949-1952 72 1-9 Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Pages. No date 72 10 Galleys Galleys. 1952-1953 73 1-3 Charles A. Lindbergh Forewords Subseries Preface to unpublished book on Guggenheim Foundation. ca. 1930 74 1 Charles A. Lindbergh Reports Subseries To Chief of Air Service on the collision in air at Kelly Field. 1925 Mar 6; no date 74 2 On Performance of Bell’s Special Plywood O.X.X.6 Commercial Plane. 1925 June 74 3 Report of North Bound Mail Flight St. Louis to Chicago. 1926 Sept 16 74 4 Report of Northbound Mail Flight. 1926 Nov 3 74 5 Some Facts on the Army Air Corps Reserve Situation. 1928 Oct 20 74 6 Report on Status of Transcontinental Air Transport. 1928-1929 74 7 Traveling by Air in 1929. 1929 74 8 T.A.T.-Maddux Plane Crash. 1930 Jan 19 74 9 Development of Transcontinental Air Route. ca. 1930 74 10 Greenland-Iceland Air Route Report. 1934 Apr 74 11 Memorandum Report to Army Air Forces Material Center in High Altitude Tests. 1942 Oct 3 74 12 Charles A. Lindbergh Speeches Subseries Address before Joint Session of New York Senate and Assembly. 1928 Feb 29 74 13 Address at Dinner of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. 1928 Mar 19 74 14 Address at Warner General Conference. 1930 Aug 12 74 15 Address at Berlin Air Club. 1926 July 23 74 16 “Revolutionary Changes Wrought by Aviation.” Delivered before German Air Ministry. ca. 1936 74 17 “Navigation.” Delivered before Royal Air Force College. 1937 Nov 16 74 18 “America and European Wars.” Radio Broadcast. 1939 Sept 15 74 19 “American and European Wars.” 1939 Sept 15 74 20 “Neutrality and War.” Radio Broadcast. 1939 Oct 13 74 20 Radio Addresses. 1939-1940 74 21 “Our Relationship with Europe.” Delivered at the Keep-America-Out-Of-War Rally, Chicago. 1940 Aug 4 74 22 “A Plea for American Independence.” Radio Broadcast. 1940 Oct 14 74 23 “Lindbergh For The Record.” (Compilation of addresses, Scribner’s Commentaries ). 1940-1941 74 24 Statement on H. R. 1776 (Lend-Lease Bill) Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives. 1941 Jan 23 74 25 Address delivered at an America First Committee Meeting, New York City. 1941 Apr 23 74 26 Address delivered at an America First Committee Meeting, St. Louis. 1941 May 3 74 27 Address delivered at an America First Committee Meeting, Minneapolis. 1941 May 10 74 28 Address delivered at an America First Committee Meeting, San Francisco. 1941 July 2 74 29 Address delivered at an America First Committee Meeting, Cleveland. 1941 Aug 9 74 30 “I Have Stated a Problem; You Have The Right To Ask For A Solution.” Delivered at Institute for the Aeronautical Sciences Honors Night Dinner. 1954 Jan 25 74 31 “International Aviation.” No date 74 32 Charles A. Lindbergh Articles Subseries “Fog, Sleet and Rain Encountered by Flier Early in Ocean Stage,” Toronto Star . 1927 May 22 74 33 “Was as Comfortable as in a Theatre Seat During Big Adventure.” Toronto Star . 1927 May 23 74 34 “Lindbergh’s Own Story of His New York-Paris Flight,” The New York Times . 1927 May 23-24 74 35 “Lindbergh Took a Line in Case He Had to Fish,” Toronto Star . 1927 May 27 74 36 “Lindbergh is Planning to Study Aviation Abroad,” Detroit News . 1927 May 28 74 37 “Lindbergh 'For Kings' After Meeting Albert,” Toronto Star . 1927 May 29 74 38 “Lindbergh to Refuse to Enter the Movies,” Toronto Star . 1927 May 30 74 39 “Reception at Le Bourget Stands Out in Flyer’s Mind,” Washington Star . 1927 June 3 74 40 “Lindy Mourns His Eagle, Its Wings Clipped in Cage,” Detroit News . 1927 June 3 74 41 “Lindbergh Wishes Chamberlain All Luck in Flight Attempt,” Washington Star . 1927 June 4 74 42 “Lindbergh Aboard Memphis Hopes Chamberlain Will Win,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1927 June 5 74 43 “Lindy Rides Crow’s Nest, Tossed by 60-Mile Gale,” Detroit News . 1927 June 6 74 44 “Lindy Marooned in Bow as Wave Sweeps Ship,” Detroit News . 1927 June 7 74 45 “Lindy Trains Memphis Anti-AirCraft Battery,” Detroit News . 1927 June 8 74 46 “St. Louis Has Opportunity to Become Leading Aviation Center,” Greater St. Louis . 1927 Aug 74 47 “Lindbergh Maps Route for Flights to Six Central America Republics,” New York Times . 1927 Dec 16 74 48 “Lindbergh Hopes His Trip Will Better U.S. Relations,” New York Times, St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1927 Dec 28 74 49 “Lindbergh Tells of Warm Welcome and Desire to Linger in Guatemala,” New York Times . 1937 Dec 29 74 50 “Lindy Likes His Greeting in Guatemala.” 1927 Dec 29 74 51 “Lindbergh Tells of Tropic Beauty,” Newark Star-Eagle . 1927 Dec 30 74 52 “Lindbergh Recounts Dodging in Fog and Landing on Belize Polo Field,” New York Times . 1927 Dec 30 74 53 “Lindbergh Sees Mangroves, Mahogany Logs and Ball Game,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1927 Dec 31 74 54 “How I Did It” in A Souvenir For Posterity: Capt. Charles Lindbergh’s Own Story of His Air Flight from New York to Paris ; The Binghamton Press, Binghamton, N.Y. 1927 74 55 “Lindbergh Tells of His Take-Off at Belize and Salvador’s Greeting,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 1 74 56 “Lindy Discusses Jungle Landing,” Newark Star-Eagle . 1928 Jan 3 74 57 “Lindy Describes Stormy Journey,” Newark Star-Eagle . 1928 Jan 4 74 58 “Lindbergh Describes His Flight High Above Smoking Volcanoes,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 5 74 59 “Friendship for the United States in Nicaragua Impresses Lindbergh,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 6 74 60 “Tropic Birds Amuse Lindy, Dangerous Flight Made,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 7 74 61 “Lindbergh Tells of Enjoying Costa Rican Sporting Events,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 8 74 62 “Lindbergh Will Fly to Venezuela on Way to Pan-American Congress,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 10 74 63 “Panama Canal Beneath, Lindy Crosses Isthmus,” Detroit News . 1928 Jan 13 74 64 “Lindy Writes Travel Log as He Soars Over Jungle,” Detroit News . 1928 Jan 27 74 65 “Lindbergh Plans an Early Start for Long Hop Over Antilles Today,” New York Times . 1928 Jan 30 74 66 “Lindbergh Writes While Flying Passes Over School of Sharks, St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1928 Feb 4 75 1 “Lindbergh Confesses Two Difficulties, How to Thank Hosts and Stay Longer,” New York Times . 1928 Feb 7 75 2 “Lindbergh Calls Havana Distinctive as He Saw It From Air on Arrival, New York Times . 1928 Feb 9 75 3 “Lindy Carries Mail and “Writes Up’ Country on Fly,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1928 Feb 9 75 4 “Lindy Earns Vacation - And He’ll Spend It Carrying Mail,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1928 Feb 12 75 5 “Lindbergh Tells of Homing Flight; Fog Biggest Flying Problem,” New York Times . 1928 Feb 15 75 6 “Air Transportation Has Arrived…” St. Louis Globe-Democrat . 1928 Sept 23 75 7 “The Future of Flight Over the Vast Seas,” New York Times . 1928 Dec 16 75 8 “Carelessness of Pilots Cause of Most Crashes,” Detroit News and New York Times . 1928 75 9 “Lindbergh Writing on Aviation,” (Pre-Publication Article) Syndicated by New York Times . 1928 75 10 “Lindbergh Writing on Aviation,” New York Times , (Article #1). 1928 75 11 “What Makes the Airplane Fly?” New York Times (Article #2). 1928 75 12 “Lindbergh on Airplane Safety,” New York Times (Article #3). 1928 75 13 “Aviation as a Future Career,” New York Times (Article #4). 1928 75 14 “Lindbergh on Flying: New Possibilities Opened by Question Marks’ Flight,” New York Times . 1929 75 15 “A Method for Washing Corpuscles in Suspension,” Science . 1932 Apr 15 75 16 “Collecting Micro-Organisms from the Arctic Atmosphere by Fred Meier with Field Notes and Material by Charles A. Lindbergh,” Scientific Monthly . 1935 Jan 75 17 “An Apparatus for the Culture of Whole Organs,” The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1935 Sept 1 75 18 “A Cultural Flask for the Circulation of a Large Quantity of Fluid Medium,” The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1939 Sept 1 75 19 “A Letter to Americans,” Colliers and Congressional Record . 1941 Mar 75 20 “Of Flight and Life,” condensed by The Reader’s Digest . 1948 Sept 75 21 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #1, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 Apr 11 75 22 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #2, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 Apr 18 75 23 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #3, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 Apr 25 75 24 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #4, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 May 2 75 25 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #5, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 May 9 75 26 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #6, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 May 16 75 27 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #7, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 May 23 75 28 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #8, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 May 30 75 29 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #9, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 June 6 75 30 “33 Hours To Paris,” (condensation of The Spirit of St. Louis ), excerpt #10, The Saturday Evening Post . 1953 June 13 75 31 “The Fourth Dimension of Survival,” The Saturday Review . 1954 Feb 27 75 32 “But How About Man?” The Reader’s Digest . 1954 May 75 33 “Our Best Chance to Survive,” The Saturday Evening Post . 1954 July 17 75 34 “Thoughts of a Combat Pilot,” The Saturday Evening Post . 1954 Oct 2 75 35 Charles A. Lindbergh Typescripts for Articles and Statements Subseries Aerial Navigation. 1928 75 36 "Aircraft for the Private Owner." 1928 75 37 Importance of the Dirigible to the Development of Aviation. 1928 75 38 Mountain Flying. 1928 75 39 Navigation for Transatlantic Flight. 1928 75 40 Early Development of Aviation in the United States. ca. 1928 75 41 Cable Sent to the League of Nations. 1930 July 5 75 42 Promotion of Air Travel. ca. 1930 75 43 “Spirit of St. Louis” (first notes). 1937 Oct 7 75 44 "Requirements and Training for a Commercial Pilot." No date 75 45 Charles A. Lindbergh Manuscripts Subseries Robertson Aircraft Corporation Air Mail Flights and Routes. 1926 75 46 Speeches, Articles on Aviation. ca. 1925-1928 75 47 Speeches, Articles on Aviation. 1930-1931 75 48 Speeches, Articles on Aviation. No date 75 49-51 Speeches, Articles on Aviation, “International Aviation.” No date 75 52 “An Apparatus for the Sterile Perfusion of Organs.” No date 75 53-59 Statements. 1932; no date 75 60 “Our Experience with the Press” (notes made with Anne Morrow Lindbergh). No date 75 61 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Books Subseries Listen! The Wind , Chapters 1-2; Typescript. No date 76 1 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 3-4; Typescript. No date 76 2 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 5-7; Typescript. No date 76 3 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 8-10; Typescript. No date 76 4 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 11-13; Typescript. No date 76 5 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 14-16; Typescript. No date 76 6 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 17-19; Typescript. No date 76 7 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 20-22; Typescript. No date 76 8 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 23-26; Typescript. No date 76 9 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 27-28; Typescript. No date 76 10 Listen! The Wind , Chapters 29-32; Typescript. No date 76 11 Listen! The Wind , Chapter 33 and Appendix; Typescript. No date 76 12 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Poetry Subseries Typescript. 1922-1948 76 13 Flowered Yellow Notebook Pages 1-50; Typescript. 1934-1940 76 14 Flowered Yellow Notebook Pages 51-94; Typescript. 1934-1940 76 15 Little Red Book-Typescript. 1940-1942 76 16 Blue Book-Typescript. 1944-1947 76 17 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Articles Subseries “Flying Around the North Atlantic,” The National Geographic Magazine . 1934 Sept 76 18 “The Flame of Europe,” The Reader’s Digest . 1948 Jan 76 19 “One Starts at Zero,” The Reader’s Digest . 1948 Feb 76 20 “The Mother and the Child,” Harper’s Bazaar . 1948 Dec 76 21 “Our Lady of Risk,” Life . 1950 July 10 76 22 “Three Shells,” Harper‘s Bazaar . 1955 Jan 76 23 “Gift from the Sea,” (excerpt). The Reader’s Digest . 1955 May 76 24 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Speeches Subseries “The Wind of Privation or the Sun of Mercy?” (radio address). 1940 Dec 24 76 25 Anne Morrow Lindbergh Miscellaneous Manuscripts Subseries Notes and Lists. No date 76 26 Morrow Family Writings Subseries Elizabeth Reeve Morrow Poetry Typescript. 1922-1925 76 27 Dwight D. Morrow-Speech delivered in Newark, New Jersey. 1930 Oct 13 76 28 Elizabeth Cutter Morrow-Reminiscences of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. 1932 76 29 Printed Material Series Invitations/Menus/Programs Subseries Flight Related Paris. 1927 77 1 Brussels. 1927 77 2 London. 1927 77 3 Washington, D.C. 1927 June 11 77 4 New York, N.Y. 1927 June 13-15 77 4 New York, N.Y. 1927 June 16-17 77 5 St. Louis. 1927 June 18 77 6 St. Louis. 1927 June 18-21 77 7 Hartford, Ct. 1927 July 20 77 8 Providence, R.I. 1927 July 21 77 8 Concord, N.H. 1927 July 25 77 9 Springfield, Vt. 1927 July 26 77 9 Buffalo, N.Y. 1927 July 29 77 9 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1927 Aug 3 77 10 Dayton, Oh. 1927 Aug 5 77 10 Louisville, Ky. 1927 Aug 8 77 10 Madison, Wis. 1927 Aug 22 77 11 Minneapolis/St. Paul. 1927 Aug 23 77 11 Butte, Mont. 1927 Sept 5 77 12 Los Angeles, Cal. 1927 Sept 20 77 12 San Diego, Cal. 1927 Sept 21 77 13 Little Rock, Ark. 1927 Oct 1 77 14 New Orleans, La. 1927 Oct 8 77 14 Baltimore, Md. 1927 Oct 18 77 15 Canada. 1927 July 2-3 77 16 Guatemala. 1927 Dec 77 17 El Salvador. 1928 Jan 1 77 17 Honduras. 1928 Jan 3-4 77 17 Nicaragua. 1928 Jan 5 77 18 Costa Rica. 1928 Jan 8 77 18 Panama. 1928 Jan 10-12 77 19 Colombia. 1928 Jan 26-28 77 19 Puerto Rico. 1928 Feb 2 77 20 Cuba. 1928 Feb 9-10 77 20 Public Public. 1927 78 1 Public. 1928 78 2 Public. 1929 78 3 Public. 1930 Feb-Aug 78 4 Public. 1930 Sept-Oct 78 5 Public. 1930 Nov-Dec 78 6 Public. 1931 Jan-June 78 7 Public. 1931 July-Dec 78 8 Public. 1932 Jan-Aug 78 9 Public. 1932 Sept-Dec 78 10 Public. 1933 78 11 Public. 1934 78 12 Public. 1935 78 13 Public. 1935; 1952 78 14 Public. No date 78 15 Social Social. 1929 78 16 Social. 1930 78 17 Social. 1931 Jan-June 78 18 Social. 1931 Aug-Dec 78 19 Social. 1932 78 20 Social. 1933 79 1 Social. 1934 79 2 Social. 1935 79 3 Social. No date 79 4 Ephemera Subseries Brochures and Pamphlets Brochures and Pamphlets. 1924-1928 79 5 Brochures and Pamphlets. 1929 79 6 Brochures and Pamphlets. 1930 79 7 Brochures and Pamphlets. 1931 79 8 Brochures and Pamphlets. 1932 79 9 Brochures and Pamphlets. 1933-1935 79 10 Brochures and Pamphlets. No date 79 11-12 Circulars Circulars. 1926-1929 79 13 Circulars. 1930 79 14 Circulars. 1931 79 15 Circulars. 1932-1935 79 16 Circulars. No date 79 17 Licenses, Membership Cards Licenses, Membership Cards. 1922-1940 80 1 Licenses, Membership Cards. 1925-1932 80 2 Licenses, Membership Cards. 1930-1931 80 3 Monographs Aero-Club von Deutschland . 1938 80 4 Alliance Aircraft Corporation . 1928 80 4 American Flying Mail Association, First Official History . 1929 80 5 Aviation Country Clubs . 1929 80 5 Aviation Country Club of Long Island , Bowir, Edward. 1932 80 6 Weather and the Airplane . 1929 80 6 Cathelin, F. Christopher Colombet Les Medecins: Le Role Des Medecins Dans La Decouverte de L’Amerique . 1933 80 7 Chauvois, L. La Machine humaine enseignee par la Machine automobile . No date 80 8 Cherkassoff. The Treatment of Gastric Ulcer by the “Method of Reaction” in the Cause of Half an Hour . 1932 80 9 Cherkassoff. Introduction into the Theory of Rejuvenescence by Vitamins . 1935 80 9 Compagnie Generale Aeropostale . No date 80 10 Curtiss-Wright Corpation. First in Flight . ca. 1949 80 11 Curtiss-Wright Flying Service. Curtiss-Wright Flying Schools . No date 80 12 Dalamel. Junkers Hangars . 1933 80 13 Detroyat, Michel. Villacoublay 8 October . 1933 80 14 The Earth: Formative Englewood, Tenafly and Vicinity in Pictures (oversize). No date 80 15 Englewood Tenafly and Vicinity in Pictures . 1924 114 Foreign Language Information Service. This America . No date 80 16 Gary, Theodore. Excerpts from the Memorandum Book of Theodore Gary . No date 80 17 General Electric Company. Power in Flight . 1930 80 18 Gilbert & Sullivan, text of comic opera The Mikado . No date 80 18 The Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc. The Daniel Guggenheim Safe-Aircraft Competition . 1927 80 19 The Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc. Safety and Accomodation in European Passenger Planes . 1928 80 20 The Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc. Solving the Problem of Fog Flying . 1929 80 21 International Civil Aeronautics Conference-Lists and Addresses of Official and Unofficial Delegates and American Representatives . 1928 80 22 International Cyclopedia of Aviation Biography. Robert Esnault-Pelterie . 1931 80 23 Irvin Air Chute Co., Inc. Service Manual for Irvin Air Chutes . No date 80 24 Galley of Last Flight by Amelia Earhart, arranged by George Palmer Putnam. ca. 1937 114 Link, J.J. Propositions and Discussions for World Peace . 1923 80 25 Loening, Grover. The Revival of the Monoplane . 1919 80 26 Luftschiffahrt (Aeronautics) 1503-1913: Katalog 152 von Ludwig Rosenthals’ Antiquariat . No date 80 27 National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A. Rules and Entry Blank National Air Races . 1926 80 28 National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A., New York Chapter. Rules and Entry Blank National Air Races . 1925 Oct 80 29 Ogden Aeronautical Corporation. The Ogden-Osprey . No date 80 30 “Pax Mundi” - The Golden Book of Peace. ca. 1930-1931 114 Popular Science Monthly. An Award for Scientific Achievement . 1930 80 31 Radio Corporation of America. RCA Radio Aviation Equipment . 1931 81 1 Reflexions d’un Inconnu sur la Locomotion Aerienne . 1901 81 2 Republique Francaise Groupe Senatorial de L’Aviation. Reception Par le Senat des Aivateurs Costes & Bellonte . 1930 Nov 5 81 3 Robertson Aviation School. Opportunities In the Air . No date 81 4 Romaine, William J. The Abreu Two-Unit Detachable Aeroplane . 1929 81 5 Russell, Walter. The Russell Genero-Radiative Concept of the Cyclic Theory of Continuous Motion . 1929 81 6 St. Lukes International Medical Center . 1933 81 7 Scrandett, Richard B. Memorial of Dwight Whitney Morrow . 1932 81 7 Sperry Gyroscope Co., Inc. Flying With the Sperry Horizon and the Directional Gyro . ca. 1931 81 8 Standard Oil Company. Aviation Manual . No date 81 9 Summerhill Tubing Company. Tubing Data by Summerhill . 1936 81 10 Testimonial dinner Given to Mr. Raymond Orteig by His Friends . 1927 Nov 2 81 11 True, Webster P. The First Hundred Years of the Smithsonian Institution . 1946 81 12 Uncensored Truth of Rockne’s Plane Crash . ca. 1931 81 13 U.S. Navy Department Bureau of Navigation. Aviation Seamanship . 1928 81 14 U.S. War Department. Announcement of Army Extension Courses . 1933-1934 81 15 U.S. War Department. Army Regulations no. 35-3420 Finance Dept . No date 81 16 U.S. War Department. Army Regulations no. 140-10 Officers’ Reserve . No date 81 16 U.S. War Department. The Hispano-Suiza Motor . 1919 81 17 Vallery-Radot Pasteur. The Logical Sequence of Pasteur’s Work . 1935 81 18 Whitefield’s . No date 81 19 Williams, W.B. A Practical Nazarene . No date 81 19 Yerkes, Robert M. & Ada W. The Comparative Psychopathology of Infra-human Primates . 1934 81 20 Programs. 1910 81 21 Programs. 1927 81 22 Programs. 1928 81 23 Programs. 1931 81 24 Programs. 1932-1933 81 25 Programs. 1934-1935 81 26 Programs. 1952; no date 81 27 Calling Cards A-F. No date 81 28 Calling Cards, G-K. No date 81 29 Calling Cards, L-Q. No date 82 1 Calling Cards, R-V. No date 82 2 Calling Cards, W-Z. No date 82 3 Greeting Cards (Birthday). ca. 1927 82 4 Greeting Cards (Christmas). 1926 82 5 Greeting Cards (Christmas). ca. 1926 82 6 Greeting Cards (Valentines, Sympathy, Miscellaneous). No date 82 7 Miscellaneous. 1891-1933 82 8 Miscellaneous. No date 82 9 Ticket to Rally Against the War, sponsored by America First Committee, May 3, [1941] Drawing. 1931-1939; no date 82 10 Reports Subseries Aeromarine Navigation Company, Inc. “Ocean Airliners, Their Solution-The Lindquist Seabeason.” No date 83 1 “Air Service Data.” ca. 1918 83 2 Air Transport Engineering Corp. “Report No. 1: Investments and Operating Costs New York-Bermuda Airtransport.” 1929 June 83 3 Airtransport Engineering Corp. “Report No. 2: Traffic Prospects New York-Bermuda Airtransport.” 1929 July 83 4 Airtransport Engineering Corp. “Report No. 3: Cost of Developing a Transoceanic Flying Boat in the U.S.A..” 1929 July 6 83 5 “Altitude Classification of the Flier.” No date 83 6 Bassett, P.R. Zand, S.J. “Preliminary Report on Reduction of Airplane Noise and Vibration.” 1932 Apr 83 6 Cram, Ralph W. “A Four Thousand Mile Trip by Air.” 1927 83 7 “A National Air Tour That Became International.” 1930 83 7 Crowley, J.W., Jr. “Flight Research.” 1930 83 8 Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Co., Inc. “The Curtiss Condor, Passenger Transport Airplance,” Proposal for Use by T.A.T. 1928 83 9 Doolittle, J.H. “Volatility Requirements of Aircraft Fuels.” 1930 83 10 “Easter Air Report.” No date 83 11 Fairfax Airports, Inc. “Fairfax Airport.” 1929 83 12 Gassner, A.A. “Weight Saving by Structural Efficiency.” 1930 Aug 83 13 Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. “Trans-Oceanic Air Commerce.” 1929 July 83 14 Great Britain Air Ministry. “Report on the Progress of Civil Aviation.” 1929 83 15 Great Britain Air Ministry. “Technical Report by the Accidents Investigation Sub-Committee on the Accident to the Aeroploane G-AAZK at Meopham, Kent.” 1930 July 21 83 16 Hall, Charles Ward. “Weight Saving by Structural Efficiency.” 1930 Aug 83 17 Hall, Donald A. “General Report on Low Wing Tandem Monoplane Model X-1.” (Confidential). 1928 Nov 83 18 Heron, S.D., “Fuel Requirements of the Gasoline Aircraft Engine.” 1930 Aug 83 19 Holland, Louie. “Kansas City as a Headquarters for Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc.” 1931 83 20 Hovgard, Paul E. “Spinning Experiments.” 1932 83 21 “Imperial Airways.” 1932 83 22 Imperial Airways, Limited, Societe Generale D’Aviation, Aviation Corporation of the Americas-Agreement Between. 1930 Nov 22 83 23 Lambert, A.B., “A Brief Summary Relative to the Early History of the Lambert-St. Louis Municipal Airport.” 1941 Oct 83 24 Larson, C.M. “Aircraft Fuel Situation.” 1930 Aug 83 25 Lawrence, Arthur Lewis. “The du Pont Soaring Expedition.” 1933 Dec 84 1 League of Nations. “Report of the Committee of Experts on Civil Aviation to the Preparatory Commission for the Disarmament Conference.” 1927 84 2 Lee, Ivy. “Memorandum Concerning Russia.” 1932 84 3 Lauteritz, H.C. “Radio Communication on the International Airlines of the United States.” 1932 Jan 84 4 Lockheed Aircraft Corporation Audit Report. 1932 84 5 MacClain, A. Lewis and Richard S. Buck. “Flight Testing with an Engine Torque Indicator.” 1937 Oct 84 6 Mackenzie, Wm. J. “Preliminary Survey of the Air Mail Route No. 2” (St. Louis-Chicago). ca. 1926 84 7 McVitty, E.W. “The Aircraft Fuel Problem.” 1930 Aug 84 8 Memorandum. “Compania Aeromaritime de Colombia.” 1927 Aug 84 9 Nat. Advisory Comm. for Aeronautics (N.A.C.A.) Report No. 448. “Improved Apparatus for the Management of Fluctuations of Air Speed in Turbulent Flow.” 1932 84 9 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 314: “Spiral Tendency in Blind Flying,” by Thomas Carroll & William H. McAvoy. 1929 Aug 84 10 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 320: “The Drag and Interference of a Nacelle in the Presence of a Wing.” by Eastman N. Jacobs. 1929 Oct 84 11 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 454: “The N.A.C.A. Combustion Chamber Gas-Sampling Valve and Some Preliminary Test Results,” by J. A. Spanogle and E. C. Buckley. 1933 Mar 84 12 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 455: “Comparison of Three Methods for Calculating the Compressive Strength of Flat and Slightly Curved Sheet and Stiffener Combinations,” by Eugene E. Lindquist. 1933 Mar 84 13 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 456: “The Aerodynamic Effect of a Retractable Landing Gear,” by Smith J. DeFrance. 1933 Mar 84 14 N.A.C.A. Technical Note No. 457: “The Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils as Affected by Surface Roughness,” by Ray W. Hookder. 1933 Apr 84 15 Parkins, W.A. “Relation of Fuel to the Large Air-Cooled Engine.” 1930 Aug 84 16 Reed, Garland Powell, Jr. “Spinning.” 1930 Aug 84 17 Phillips Petroleum Company. “Annual Report.” 1932 84 18 “Pilots and Passengers Who Have Saved Their Lives via the Aid of Parachutes in Emergencies.” ca. 1925 84 19 Robbins, Richard W. “Transcontinental Air Transportation.” 1932 Nov 84 20 Rossby, C.G. “Meteorological Service for Commercial Airways.” 1928 June 84 21 Sutton, Harry A. “Tail Spins.” 1930 Aug 84 22 “Technical Recommendation for Experimental Air Map General Principles.” ca. 1929 84 23 Transcontinental Air Transport, Inc. (T.A.T.)-Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Operating Statement, Profit and Loss Statement, Passenger Statistics. 1930 July 84 24 Transcontinental Air Transport, “Supplement to Claim of Transcontinental Air Transport, Inc. vs. Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc.” 1931 Jan 84 25 Transcontinental Air Transport and Maddux Air Lines Co. “Statement of Property of Transcontinental Air Transport & Maddux Air Lines Turned Over to Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc." 1930 Sept 30 84 26 Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. (T.W.A.) “Annual Report of the President and Consolidated Balance Sheet & Profit and Loss Statement.” 1931 Dec 11 84 27 Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. (T.W.A.) “Comparative Summary of Operating Revenues, Expenses and Results by Divisions.” 1931 Sept-Oct 84 28 Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. (T.W.A.) “Comparative Summary of Operating Revenues, Expenses and Results by Divisions.” 1931 Oct-Nov 84 29 TWA-Financial Statements. 1931 Oct 31 84 30 TWA-Financial Statements. 1931 Nov 30 84 31 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 May 31 84 32 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 June 30 84 33 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 July 31 84 34 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 Aug 85 1 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 Aug 31 85 2 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 Sept 85 3 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 Oct 31 85 4 TWA-Financial Statements. 1932 Nov 85 5 TWA-Financial Statements. 1933 Jan 31 85 6 TWA-Financial Statements. 1933 Mar 31 85 7 TWA-Financial Statements. 1933 Apr 30 85 8 TWA-Proposed Bonus Plan. 1932 Mar 8 85 9 TWA-Reports for Board of Directors Meeting. 1932 Dec 16 85 10 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1931 Nov 17 85 11 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1933 Dec 1 85 12 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1931 Dec 22 85 13 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 May 27 85 14 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 June 24 85 15 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Aug 19 85 16 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Sept 9 85 17 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Oct 7 85 18 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Oct 21 85 19 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Dec 16 85 20 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1932 Dec 22 85 21 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1933 Jan 6 85 22 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1933 Mar 17 85 23 TWA-Reports for Executive Committee Meeting. 1933 June 23 85 24 TWA and Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc. Agreement Between (Proof of). 1932 Nov 15 86 1 TWA and Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc. Agreement Between (Proof of). 1932 Dec 16 86 2 TWA and Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc. Agreement Between, Draft. 1932 86 3 TWA and General Aviation, Agreement Between, Draft. 1932 86 4 United Aircraft & Transport Corp. Annual Report to Stockholders. 1932 Dec 31 86 5 U.S. Congress House Committee on Post Office and Post Roads. “Investigation of the U.S. Postal Air Mail Service.” 1933 Feb 21 86 6 U.S. Congress Senate Committee on Education and Labor. “To Establish a Commission on a National Museum of Engineering and Industry.” 1930 May 27 86 7 U.S. Department of Commerce. “The Armbrust Life-Saving Water-Making Cup as a Life-Preserver.” 1926 Feb 2 86 8 U.S. Department of Commerce Aeronautics Branch. “The Armbrust Life-Saving Water-Making Cup as a Life-Preserver.” 1927 Jan 25 86 9 U.S. Department of Commerce Aeronautics Branch. “Annual Report of the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics.” 1930 June 30 86 10 U.S. Department of Commerce Aeronautics Branch. “Proceedings of the National Conference on Uniform Aeronautic Regulatory Laws.” 1930 Dec 86 11 U.S. Department of Commerce Aeronautics Branch. “Report of Fact-Finding Committee on Control of Airplane Hangar Fires by Automatic Application of Water.” 1930 Sept 86 12 U.S. Library of Congress, Division of Aeronautics. “Origin and Progress of the Division of Aeronautics,” No. 1 & No. 3. 1931; 1933 86 13 U.S. Navy Bureau of Aeronautics. Technical Note NO. 207: “Operation and Adjustment of the Mark II Model 2 Octant,” by Lt. T.C. Lonnquest. 1929 Nov 86 14 U.S. Treasury Department. (List of Serial Numbers of Bills Used for Lindbergh Ransom Money). 1932 Apr 86 15 U.S. War Department. “Final Report of War Department Special Committee on Army Air Corps.” 1934 July 18 86 16 Varney Air Lines, Ltd. “Report on Examination of Accounts.” 1932 Oct 31 86 17 Vaughan, Guy W. “Fuel Problems in Aviation Engines.” 1930 Sept 19 86 18 Visugraphic Pictures, Inc. “Production Outline for a Motion Picture for the Pennsylvania Railroad, Transcontinental Air Transport Inc. (Maddux Lines) and Santa Fe.” No date 86 19 Weather Reports from Lake Fjord. 1932 Aug-1933 Aug 86 20 Weick, Fred E. “The Present Status of Research on Airplane Spinning.” 1930 Aug 86 21 Western Air Express, Inc. “Statement of Property Turned Over to Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc. 1930 Sept 30 86 22 Periodicals Subseries Aero Digest . 1927 Feb 86 23 Aero Digest . 1927 May 86 24 Connor H.P. McLean. “Navigation on the Non-Stop Flight from New York to Bermuda & Return.” Aero Digest . 1930 Aug 86 25 Robbins, Richard W. “The Present Air Mail Situation.” Aero Digest . 1933 Mar 86 26 Aero Digest . 1933 Apr 86 27 Aeronautical Bulletin , No. 57. 1923 Aug 15 86 28 Aeronautical Bulletin , No. 123. 1924 Jan 2 86 28 Aeronautical Bulletin , No. 350. 1925 Aug 20 86 28 Aeronautical Bulletin , No. 451. 1926 Apr 10 86 28 Air Associates, Inc. 1933 87 1 Aviation Supplies . 1933 87 1 Air Commerce Bulletin . 1930 Apr 15 87 2 The Air Pilot . 1933 Apr 87 3 Aircraft Age . 1932 Feb 87 4 “United Section of Airports,” Airports . 1930 July 87 5 Schwarzchild, Harry and Ernest Jones. “Aviation Shows the Way to Prosperity.” Airports and Airlines . 1932 Jan 87 6 The Airport Journal . 1933 Mar 87 7 The Airport Journal . (The Lindbergh Issue). 1934 May 87 8 Hansoon, Earl. “The Far North Route to Europe.” Airway Age . 1934 May 87 9 U.S. Department of Commerce, Aeronautic Branch, Airway Bulletins Nos. 82, 84, 91, 95, 98, 102, 108, and 111. 1927 June 87 10 Delano and Aldrich “The Miami Airport," Architecture . 1935 Apr 87 11 “Parachutes Again Saves Life,” Aviation . 1925 Aug 87 12 Aviation . 1927 Apr 18 87 13 “The New York-Paris Flight Projects,” Aviation . 1927 Apr 25 87 14 Aviation . 1927 May 2 87 15 Gassner, A.A. “The Economic Aspects of Transport Plane Design,” Aviation , p. 583-587. 1931 Oct 87 16 Gassner, A.A. “Transport Planes for Profits,” Aviation . 1931 Nov-Dec 87 17 Aviation . 1933 Mar 87 18 Ide, John Jay. “The Equipment of Air Forces, France,” Aviation . 1933 Apr-June 87 19 Aviation . 1933 July 87 20 Aviation Engineering . 1933 Mar 87 21 The Bee-Hive . 1933 Mar-Apr 87 22 Bulletin Fokker , Vol. IX No. 1-2. 1933 87 23 Lenroot, Katharine F. “The Sixth Pan American Child Congress,” The Bulletin of the Pan American Union . 1930 Sept 87 24 U.S. Department of Commerce. “Development of the Visual Type Airway Radiobeacon System,” Bureau of Standards Journal of Research . 1930 Mar 87 25 U.S. Department of Commerce. “The Cause and Elimination of Night Effects in Radio Range Beacon Reception.” Bureau of Standards Journal of Research . 1933 Jan 87 26 U.S. Department of Commerce. “Phase Synchronization Directive Antenna Arrays with Particular Application to the Radio Range Beacon,” Bureau of Standards Journal of Research . 1933 July 87 27 U.S. Department of Commerce. “A Method of Providing Course and Quadrant Identification with the Radio Range Beacon System,” Bureau of Standards Journal of Research . 1933 Sept 87 28 U.S. Department of Commerce. “Performance Tests of Radio System of Landing Aid,” Bureau of Standards Journal of Research . 1933 Oct 87 29 Seven pre-print articles released by the Division of Publications, Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1927 July-1928 Sept 114 “The Art of the Maya,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1929 Mar 17 87 30 “Lessons of the Past as Guides for the Future,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1929 Apr 21 87 31 Kidder, A.V. “Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh Aid Archaeologists,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1929 Dec 1 87 32 “The 'Carnegie' and Her Last Commander,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 Feb 87 33 “The Artistry of Diatoms,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 Mar 9 87 34 “Expedition Returns from Gorilla Sanctuary,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 Mar 16 87 35 “African Rift Valleys - A Geological Study,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 Apr 87 36 “Further Light on the Structure of Matter,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 May 11 87 37 “Beyond the Red in the Spectrum,” Carnegie Institution of Washington News Service Bulletin . 1930 June 22 87 38 “The Social Peek-a-boo,” The Censor . 1927 June 87 39 Courtney, W.B. “America Flies Ahead,” Colliers . 1933 Aug 12 87 40 Courtney, W.B. “The Wreck of the Air Mail,” Colliers . 1935 Feb 9 87 41 Liggett, Walter W. “The Lindbergh Who Was Almost Lynched,” Common Sense . 1933 Mar 30 87 42 Thomsen, Amalie. “The Arabian Nights in American,” reprint from Country Life . 1928 Nov 87 43 “Hobby Horse Farm,” reprint from Country Life . 1929 May 1 87 44 “Lindbergh’s Full Story,” Current History . 1927 July 88 1 Pew, Marlen E., Jr. “Lindbergh Coverage Policy Revised by U.S. Press,” Editor and Publisher . 1937 Dec 11 88 2 Fact . 1935 Oct 88 3 “The Skyways of Asia,” The Far Eastern Review . 1931 Jan 88 4 Robertson, F.A. deV. “Air Drill,” Flight; Aircraft Engines and Airships . 1926 June 10 88 5 “Bankers Will Be Boys,” reprint from Fortune . 1932 Aug 88 6 Desvallees, Louis. “Les Ailes,” La France Illustree . 1927 July 4 88 7 Ricketson, Oliver, Jr. & A.V. Kidder. “An Archeological Reconnaissance by Air In Central America,” reprint from The Geographical Review . 1930 Apr 88 8 Millder, O.M. “An Experimental Air Navigation Map,” reprint from The Geographical Review . 1933 Jan 88 9 Morey, George W. “The Interpretation of Phase Equilibrium Diagrams,” reprint from The Glass Industry , Vol. 12. 1931 Apr 88 10 “A Half Timbered Home for Cincinnati,” reprint from House and Garden . 1929 Sept 88 11 Olson, Alma Luise. “Modern Swedish Silver and Pewter,” House and Garden . 1930 June 88 12 Morey, George W. “Phase Equilibrium Relationships Determining Glass Composition,” reprint from Industrial and Engineering Chemistry , Vol. 25. 1933 July 88 13 Clarendon, F.P. , ed. “Lindbergh and Aviation Insurance,” The Ingleside . 1927 Dec 88 14 The Japan Advertiser - Special Edition: An Account of the Visit to Japan of Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. (2 copies) 1931 Aug-Sept 114 Ide John Jay. “The History and Accomplishments of the International Technical Committee of Aerial Legal Experts,” reprint from The Journal of Air Law , Vol. III. 1932 Jan 88 15 Landis, Reed G. “The Illinois Plan of Aviation Encouragement,” The Journal of Air Law . ca. 1933 Feb 88 16 Morey, George W. “Glass, Its Composition and Properties,” reprint from Journal of Chemical Education , Vol. 8. 1931 Mar 88 17 “Lindbergh, Father and Son, Both Daring Pioneers,” The Journal of Electrical Workers and Operators . 1927 June 88 18 Carrel, Alexis. “A Method for the Physiological Study of Tissue in Vitro,” reprint from The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1933 Oct 1 88 19 Carrel, Alexis and Albert H. Ebeling. “Antagonistic Growth Principles of Serum and Their Relation to Old Age,” reprint from The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1923 Oct 1 88 20 Carrel, Alexis and Albert H. Ebeling. “The Fundamental Properties of the Fibroblast and the Macrophage,” reprint from The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1926 Sept 1 88 21 Carrel, Alexis and Albert H. Ebeling. “The Fundamental Properties of the Fibroblast and the Macrophage, Part III,” reprint from The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1928 July 1 88 22 Carrel, Alexis and Albert H. Ebeling. “The Fundamental Properties of the Fibroblast and the Macrophage, Part IV, ” reprint from The Journal of Experimental Medicine . 1928 Aug 1 88 23 “T.W.A. - The Lindbergh Line…Richard W. Roggins, President,” Kansas Citian . 1932 Mar 1 88 24 “St. Louis Plans to Surpass the World in Welcoming Captain Charles A. Lindbergh,” Know St. Louis . 1927 May 29 88 25 Hunter, Robert J. “The Falling Reaction of Acrobatic Aviators,” reprint from The Laryngoscope . 1920 May 88 26 Hunter, Robert J. “Cultivating the Balance Sense; A Prelude to Cloud Flying,” reprint from The Laryngoscope . 1921 Apr 88 27 The Life Boat . 1930 Sept 88 28 ( Line Squalls ) No. 1. No date 88 29 ( Line Squalls ) No. 2. 1932 Aug 88 30 ( Line Squalls ) No. 3. 1932 Sept 88 31 ( Line Squalls ) No. 5. 1932 Nov 88 32 ( Line Squalls ) No. 7. 1933 Jan 88 33 ( Line Squalls ) No. 9. 1933 Mar 88 34 ( Line Squalls ) No. 10. 1933 May 88 35 “Col. & Mrs. Lindbergh Inspect TWA Facilities,” Line Squalls , No. 11. 1933 May 88 36 “Lindbergh’s Leap to Paris and Fame,” The Literary Digest . 1927 June 4 88 37 Seven issues of the newsletter, Lombard Spectator . 1930 Feb 6, 20, 27; Mar 6, 13, 27; Apr 3 114 Long Island Railroad Information Bulletin . 1927 June 88 38 Harriman, Alice. “Conceiving a Vanished Race,” Los Angeles Graphic . 1916 Apr 15 88 39 Musciano, Walter. “Spirit of St. Louis,” Mechanix Illustrated . ca. 1944 88 40 “American’s Ideal Mother,” The Memphis Co-operator . 1928 May 7 88 41 Sheaffer, Daniel M. “Development of Rail-Air Passenger Service,” Proof from The Military Engineer . 1930 Dec 88 42 Maynton, Hugh. “The Brightest Spot in Paris,” reprint from Monthly Pictorial . 1932 May 88 43 Ernst, Margaret S. “Lindbergh’s ‘Bolshevik’ Father,” The Nation . 1927 June 15 88 44 National Aeronautic Association Review . 1927 Apr 88 45 McKenna, V.V. “Colonel Charles Lindbergh’s Flight,” National Aeronautic Association Review . 1927 June 88 46 The National Aeronautic Magazine . 1933 Feb 88 47 The National Aeronautic Magazine. 1933 Mar 88 48 The National Air Pilots’ Association Journal . 1929 Nov 88 49 The National Air Pilots’ Association Journal . 1930 Aug 88 50 Keyhoe, Donald E. “Seeing America with Lindbergh,” The National Geographic Magazine . 1928 Jan 89 1 Morley, Sylvanus Griswold. “Unearthing America’s Ancient History,” The National Geographic (photograph of Chichen Itza, by Charles A. Lindbergh). 1931 July 89 2 Davis, Richard. “Lindbergh Still Solos in Anonymity,” Newsweek . 1949 Dec 5 89 3 The Northwest Flyer . 1932 Sept 89 4 “Charles August Lindbergh,” Oesterlen Herald . 1927 July 89 5 The Pilot . 1933 Feb 89 6 The Pilot . 1933 May 89 7 Carrel, Alexis. “The Nutritional Properties of Malignant Cells,” reprint from The Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society . 1929 89 8 Carrel, Alexis. “Leucocytic Secretions,” reprint from The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . 1923 Feb 89 9 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Jan 18 89 10 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Feb 15 89 10 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Feb 22 89 11 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Feb 29 89 11 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Mar 7 89 12 The Publishers’ Weekly . 1936 Sept 12 89 12 Real Needs , (Charles A. Lindbergh, ed.) 1916 June 89 13 “Lindbergh Flies Alone”, “Lindbergh”, “Lindbergh the Messenger of Universal Brotherhood,” Reality . 1927 July 89 14 The Reserve Officer . 1932 Jan 89 15 The Reserve Officer . 1932 Feb 89 16 The Reserve Officer . 1932 Dec 89 17 The Reserve Officer . 1933 Feb-Mar 89 18 The Reserve Officer . 1933 May 89 19 La Revue Moderne des Arts et de La Vie . 1933 Sept 15 89 20 McGary, William A. “Lindy Tests the Whirlwind,” Rockefeller Center Weekly . 1937 Mar 12 89 21 McGary, William A. “He Names No Price,” Rockefeller Center Weekly . 1937 Mar 26 89 22 McGary, William A. “Northbound Flight,” by Charles A. Lindbergh, Rockefeller Center Weekly . 1937 Apr 2 89 23 McGary, William A. “He Put It In His Pocket,” Rockefeller Center Weekly . 1937 Apr 9 89 24 Chamberlin, Clarence. “Air Mail Across the Atlantic,” The Rotarian . 1935 Jan 89 25 "Sawing Wood," The Saturday Evening Post . 1932 Jan 22 89 26 Bruno, Harry A. and William S. Dutton. “Lindbergh the Famous Unknown,” The Saturday Evening Post . 1933 Oct 21 89 26 Carrel, Alexis. “The Future Progress of Medicine,” reprint from The Scientific Monthly . 1925 July 89 27 The Service News . 1932 Dec 89 28 Sky Lines. 1932 Jan 89 29 Sky Lines . 1932 Mar 89 30 Slipstream . 1925 Dec 89 31 Warner, Edward P. “The Economic Speed-Weight Relation in Air Transportation,” reprint from The Society of Automotive Engineer Journal . 1929 Dec 89 32 “The Yard,” reprint from Southern Architect . 1930 Jan 89 33 Trotti, Lamar. “Sending Lindbergh to the World Through the Moving Picture,” The Southern Club Woman . 1928 Jan 89 34 Speed . 1931 Nov 89 35 Speed . 1932 Feb 89 36 Jobson, C.D. “The Most Powerful Beacon is Commissioned,” The Sperryscope . 1930 Nov 89 37 The Sperryscope . 1933 Apr 89 38 The Sperryscope . 1933 July 89 39 The Sperryscope . 1934 July 89 40 The Sperryscope . 1935 Apr 89 41 The Sportsman Pilot . 1929 Mar 89 42 The Sportsman Pilot . 1929 Apr 89 43 Post, George B. “Hints on Handling a Seaplane,” reprint from The Sportsman Pilot . No date 89 44 “A Sportsman’s New Home in Ohio” reprint from The Spur . 1929 Apr 1 89 45 “Welcome Home Lindbergh,” Team and Motor Truck Owners of Greater Kansas City . 1927 June 89 46 Time . 1932 Feb 8 89 47 “Aeronautics,” Time . 1932 Mar 28 89 48 “Spirit of St. Louis,” Topics . 1927 June 15 90 1 U.S. Air Services . 1925 Nov 90 2 “Going Over the Side Four Times with a Parachute,” U.S. Air Services . 1927 Feb 90 3 “The Atlanta is Ready to be Flown Over,” U.S. Air Services . 1927 May 90 4 U.S. Air Services (five Lindbergh articles). 1927 July 90 5 U.S. Air Services . 1933 Mar 90 6 U.S. Air Services . 1933 Apr 90 7 Zand, S.J. and L.N. Swisler. “Anti-Vibration Mounting of Airplane Instruments,” reprint from U.S. Air Services . No date 90 8 Universal Model Airplane News . 1933 Mar 90 9 The Watchman Magazine . 1930 Oct 90 10 “The Trans-Atlantic Flight,” Western Flying . 1927 May 90 11 The Wright Engine Builder . 1927 July 90 12 Newsletters - A. 1927-1941 90 13 Newsletters - A. 1931-1932 90 14 Newsletters - A-B. 1933-1934 90 15 Newsletters - C. 1929-1932 90 16 Newsletters - D. 1927-1929 90 17 Newsletters - E. 1928-1934 90 18 Newsletters - F. 1927 90 19 Newsletters - G. 1930 90 20 Newsletters - H. 1932 90 21 Newsletters - I-K. 1928-1933 90 22 Newsletters - L. 1927-1948 90 23 Newsletters - L. 1930 90 24 Newsletters - M. [1928] 90 25 Newsletters - N-O. 1927-1930 90 26 Newsletters - P. 1927-1935 90 27 Newsletters - P. 1928-1933 90 28 Newsletters - P-R. 1940 90 29 Newsletters - S. 1928; 1940 90 30 Newsletters - S. 1940 90 31 Newsletters - S-T. 1927-1935 90 32 Newsletters - U. 1933-1940 90 33 Newsletters - U-V. ca. 1930 90 34 Newsletters - W-Z. 1930; 1950 90 35 Newspaper Clippings Subseries Clippings Pre-1927. No date 91 1 Clippings sent to Charles A. Lindbergh from Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh. 1926-1927 91 2 Clippings sent to Charles A. Lindbergh from Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh. 1926-1927 91 3 Backers of New York-Paris flight - Harry H. Knight. 1948 91 4 Backers of New York-Paris flight - Albert B. Lambert. 1946 91 5 Backers of New York-Paris flight - E. Lansing Ray. 1953-1955 91 6 Backers of New York-Paris flight - Frank Robertson. 1938 91 7 Backers of New York-Paris flight - William B. Robertson. 1943 91 8 Backers of New York-Paris flight - (Misc). No date 91 9 "Spirit of St. Louis." 1927 May 91 9 "Spirit of St. Louis." 1927 May 91 10 "Spirit of St. Louis." (Instruments). 1927 May-June 91 11 "Spirit of St. Louis." 1927 June 91 12 "Spirit of St. Louis." 1928 91 13 "Spirit of St. Louis." 1948-1951 91 14 Clippings. 1927 Feb-Apr 91 15 Clippings. 1927 May 1-11 91 16 Clippings. 1927 May 12-15 91 17 Clippings. 1927 May 16-22 91 18 Clippings. 1927 May 23-24 92 1 Clippings. 1927 May 25 92 2 Clippings. 1927 May 25-31 92 3 Clippings. 1927 June 1-5 92 4 Clippings. 1927 June 6-10 92 5 Clippings. 1927 June 11-14 92 6 Clippings. 1927 June 15-23 92 7 Clippings. 1927 June 24-30 92 8 Clippings. 1927 July 1-7 93 1 Clippings. 1927 July 8-20 93 2 Clippings. 1927 July 21-25 93 3 Clippings. 1927 July 26-31 93 4 Clippings. 1927 Aug 1-9 93 5 Clippings. 1927 Aug 10-14 93 6 Clippings. 1927 Aug 15-30 93 7 Clippings. 1927 Sept 1-28 93 8 Clippings. 1927 Oct 93 9 Clippings. 1927 Nov 93 10 Clippings. 1927 Dec 1-14 93 11 Clippings. 1927 Dec 15-16 93 12 Clippings. 1927 Dec 17-26 94 1 Clippings. 1927 Dec 27-31 94 2 Clippings. (Guatemala) 1927 Dec 94 3-4 Clippings. 1927 94 5 Clippings - Foreign (France). 1927 94 6 Clippings - Foreign (Germany). 1927 94 7 Clippings - Foreign (Panama). 1927 94 8 Clippings (Papers from Lindbergh’s trunk). 1927 Jan 94 9 Clippings (unmounted). 1927 94 10-13 Clippings (unmounted). 1927 95 1-7 Clippings (unmounted - from Correspondence Series). 1927 95 8 Clippings. 1928 Jan 1-8 95 9 Clippings. 1928 Jan 9-31 95 10 Clippings. 1928 Feb 1-14 95 11 Clippings. 1928 Feb 15-19 95 12 Clippings. 1928 Mar 95 13 Clippings. 1928 Apr 96 1 Clippings. 1928 May 96 2 Clippings. 1928 June-Dec 96 3 Clippings (unmounted). 1928 96 4 Clippings (unmounted-from Correspondence Series). 1928 96 5 Clippings. 1929 Jan-Mar 96 6 Clippings. 1929 Apr-May 96 7 Clippings. 1929 June-July 96 8 Clippings. 1929 Aug-Sept 96 9 Clippings. 1929 Oct 96 10 Clippings. 1929 Nov-Dec 96 11 Clippings (unmounted). 1929 97 1 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1929 97 2-5 Clippings. 1930 Jan-Mar 97 6 Clippings. 1930 Apr-June 97 7 Clippings. 1930 July-Dec 97 8 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1930 97 9-14 Clippings. 1931 Feb-July 97 15 Clippings. 1931 Aug-Dec 97 16 Clippings (unmounted). 1931 97 17 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1931 98 1-2 Clippings. 1932 Feb-May 98 3 Clippings. 1932 June-Dec 98 4 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1932 98 5 Clippings - kidnapping (unmounted). 1932 98 6-15 Clippings. 1933 Feb-Mar 99 1 Clippings. 1933 June-Sept 99 2 Clippings. 1933 Oct-Dec 99 3 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1933 99 4 Clippings. 1934 99 5 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1934 99 6 Clippings. 1935 99 7 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1935 99 8 Clippings. 1936 99 9 Clippings. 1937 99 10 Clippings. 1938 99 11 Clippings. 1939 99 12 Clippings. 1940 100 1 Clippings (unmounted from subject files). 1940 100 2 Clippings. 1941 100 3 Clippings (unmounted). 1941 100 4 Clippings. 1942 100 5 Clippings. 1943 100 6 Clippings. 1944 100 7 Clippings (unmounted). 1944 100 8 Clippings. 1945 100 9 Clippings. 1946 100 10 Clippings. 1947 100 11 Clippings. 1948 100 12 Clippings (unmounted). 1948 100 13 Clippings. 1949 100 14 Clippings (unmounted). 1949 100 15 Clippings. 1950 100 16 Clippings (unmounted). 1950 100 17 Clippings. 1951 101 1 Clippings (unmounted). 1951 101 2 Clippings. 1952 101 3 Clippings (unmounted). 1952 101 4 Clippings. 1953 101 5 Clippings (unmounted). 1953 101 6-7 Clippings. 1954 101 8 Clippings (unmounted). 1954 101 9 Clippings (unmounted). 1955 101 10 Clippings. No date 101 11 Two Cartoons matted on rag paper. 1927 Dec 114 Photostat negative of four page newspaper article, including the music of “When Lindy Comes Home” by George Cohan. No date 114 Blueprints/Specifications Subseries Blueprints Airplanes Suggested Monoplane Type of Sea-Going Aeroplane. 1927 June 28 PP MD-9 32 Outline First Made for Super-charger Form-F-1C 1090 25000-26000. 1928 July 16 PP MD-9 32 Lindbergh’s Instrument Board. 1928 Apr 26 PP MD-9 32 General Body Arrangement Standard Monoplane Transport. 1929 Feb 28 PP MD-9 33 Cross Section of Engine. 1929 July 23 PP MD-9 33 Cyrogas Plane. 1929 May 20 PP MD-9 33 Hydroplano Rafful 18 Motores em 2 Linhas. 1929 PP MD-9 33 Hydroplano Rafful 5 Motores em uma Linha. 1929 Dec PP MD-9 33 Hall Tandem Monoplane - Preliminary Layout. 1930 Sept 30 PP MD-9 34 Commodore Long Range Flying Boat. 1930 Nov 24 PP MD-9 34 Hall Tandem Monoplane - General Assembly. 1930 Sept 30 PP MD-9 34 Donald Hall Tandem Monoplanes, General Assembly Race. 1931 Jan 15 PP MD-9 35 Curtiss Wright Corporation Design Proposal High Speed Transport. 1931 PP MD-9 35 Curtiss Wright Corporation, The Condor and Proposed Keystone Transport. 1931 PP MD-9 36 Curtiss Wright Transport Designs. 1931 PP MD-9 37 General Aviation Mfg. Corp. 12 Passenger Tri-Engine Transport and 12 Passenger Tri-Motored Flying Boat. 1932 PP MD-9 38 Tandem Cockpit for Douglas. 1932 Oct 7 PP MD-9 39 Drawing of Adjustable Propeller. 1932 Oct PP MD-9 39 Two Cylinder Plane with Ten Motors, front and top views. 1932 Dec PP MD-9 39 4-Motor Amphibian Type Airplane. 1933 May 10 PP MD-9 40 Proposed Panel Installation for Col. Lindbergh’s Lockheed Sirius R 211. 1933 June 23 PP MD-9 40 Three View General Arrangement Model Trainer. 1935 July 12 PP MD-9 40 Airship That Can Ascend or Land Vertically. No date PP MD-9 40 View Looking Up Under Wing Towards Propeller. No date PP MD-9 40 Airports Curunder Flats and Albrook Field, Canal Zone. 1927 PP MD-9 41 Airport Design, Errold G. Bahl, Los Angeles, California. 1928 Oct PP MD-9 41 Air Fields in New Jersey. No date PP MD-9 41 Air Fields in Ohio. No date PP MD-9 41 Air Fields in Pennsylvania. No date PP MD-9 41 Airport Fueling Facilities. No date PP MD-9 41 Home/Apartments Topographical Sketch of Portion of Property of Charles A. Lindbergh. 1930 Oct PP MD-10 42 South and West Elevation of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1930 Dec 15 PP MD-10 42 North and East Elevation of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1930 Dec 15 PP MD-10 42 First Floor Plan of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1930 Dec 15 PP MD-10 42 Second Floor Plan of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1930 Dec 15 PP MD-10 42 Plan of Property of Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh- E.Amwell Twp. Hunterdon Co., N.J. 1931 Jan PP MD-10 42 Second Floor Plan of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1931 February 3, 11, 19 PP MD-10 42 First Floor Plan of House at Hopewell, N.J. 1931 Feb 3, 11, 19 PP MD-10 42 Detail of Trays in Owner’s Closet House at Hopewell, N.J. 1931 May 12 PP MD-10 42 Sewage Disposal System and Drain, Home of Col. Chas. A. Lindbergh Hopewell, N.J. 1931 Oct 16 PP MD-10 42 Plan of House at Hopewell, N.J. No date PP MD-10 42 Proposed House at Hopewell, N.J. No date PP MD-10 42 Cite - Jardin Lindberg a Bagneux. 1929 Apr 8 PP MD-10 43 Residence (artist’s rendition), Spl. Plan #10, Sheet 1. 1930 PP MD-10 43 First and Second Floor Plan, Spl. Plan #3, Sheet 2. No date PP MD-10 43 Side and Street Elevation of Residence - Spl. Plan #3, Sheet 1. 1930 Oct 6 PP MD-10 43 First and Second Floor Plans, Spl. Plan #10, Sheet 2. No date PP MD-10 43 Typical Floor Plan, 15-Story N.Y. Apartment House. No date PP MD-10 43 Studio Duplex Apartments, N.Y., Lower & Upper Floor Plans. No date PP MD-10 43 Miscellaneous Fangstfartoi (Norwegian Sealing Ship). 1929 Sept 16 PP MD-10 44 Sports Car, Curtiss Aerocar Co. 1929 Nov 29 PP MD-10 44 Side and Front elevation of Schenk Pat. Pend. Climb-Bank-Artificial Horizon & Scid Indicator. ca. 1930 July PP MD-10 44 The Lindquist Seabeacon. 1931 Jan 15 PP MD-10 44 Floor Plan Third annual All-American Aircraft Show, Detroit City Airport. No date PP MD-10 44 Holdings of E.C. Bannon Drilling and Developint Co. No date PP MD-10 44 Blueprint for assembly of (?). No date PP MD-10 44 Specifications Beech Aircraft Company. Specifications on Beechcraft for Goodall Worsted Co. Sanford Me. 1934 Jan 15 102 1 BellancaAircraft Corporation. The Bellanca Airbus, Sky-rocket, Pacemaker . 1931 Apr 102 2 Cadoret, Louis A. Aircraft . ca. 1930 102 3 Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Transport Designs of Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Submitted to Transcontinental and Wester Air, Inc. 1931 June 102 4 Delano and Aldrich. For Heating Work in Connection with Residence to be Erected at Hopewell, New Jersey . 1931 Feb 14 102 5 Delano and Aldrich. For General Work in Connection with Residence to be Erected at Hopewell, New Jersey . 1931 Mar 102 6 Douglas Aircraft Company. Douglas B-Motored Transport . ca. 1932 102 7 General Aviation Mfg. Corporation. GA-38 Proposed Twelve Passenger Tri-Engine Transport . 1932 May 102 8 General Aviation Mfg. Corporation. Preliminary Study and Performance Twelve Passenger Tri-Motored Flying Boat by C.H. Schildhauer. 1932 June 28 102 9 Hall, Donald A. Invention . ca. 1932 102 10 Keystone Aircraft Corporation. Monoplane Transport “Patrician.” 1928 Nov 102 11 Keystone Aircraft Corporation. Specification K-81 for 32 Passenger Giant Amphibian . 1929 July 17 102 12 Lehman, Albert. ( Rescue Parachute for Airplanes ). ca. 1931 102 13 Lundberg, Bo. Navigation Table for Aeroplane Pilots . 1932 Oct 102 14 Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd. Combined Medium Wave and Short Wave Aircraft Set . No date 102 15 Marski, Edward A. Invention . ca. 1935 102 16 Glenn L. Martin Company. Detail Specification for Pan American Range Air Mail . No date 102 17 Glenn L. Martin Company. Pan American Long Range Air Mail Flying Boat . No date 102 18 Pan American Airways, Inc. Instruction and Service Notes: Pan American Airways Emergency Transmitter-Receiver Unit . 1930 102 19 Tjardo, John. Sterkenburg Motor Car . 1931 102 20 Wright Aeronautical Corporation. Engine Specifications . 1930-1931 102 21 Awards/Certificates Subseries Countries Belgium, Colombia, Cuba, Estonia. 1927-1933 PP MD-6 1 France, Guatemala. 1927-1930 PP MD-6 2 Haiti, Honduras, Japan, Mexico. 1927-1931 PP MD-6 3 Proclamation awarding Charles A. Lindbergh the Order of Merit of the Republic of Haiti, February 3, 1928 Nicaragua, Puerto Pico. 1927-1928 PP MD-6 4 United States. 1926-1932 PP MD-6 5 Certificate presented to Charles A. Lindbergh, signed by Robert C. Davis, Major General, and Dwight F. Davis, Secretary of War, June 1, 1927 States Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, South Dakota. 1927 PP MD-6 6 Cities Chattanooga, Tennessee; Dayton, Ohio; Johnstown, Pennsylvania. ca. 1927 PP MD-6 7 Los Angeles, California; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Nashville, Tennessee. ca. 1927 PP MD-6 8 New York, New York; Reading, Pennsylvania; St. Louis, Missouri; Wichita, Kansas. 1927 PP MD-6 9 Rochester, New York; Sacramento, California. 1927 PP MD-6 10 Foreign Cities Barranquilla, Colombia; Belize, British Honduras. 1927-1929 PP MD-7 11 Debrecen, Hungary; Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 1927-1928 PP MD-7 12 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; San Juan, Puerto Pico; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Tampico, Mexico. 1928 PP MD-7 13 Organizations Aero Club of Pennsylvania. No date PP MD-7 14 Aero Club of Pittsburg. 1927 June 6 PP MD-7 14 American Association of Engineers. 1927 June 6 PP MD-7 14 American Information Bureau. No date PP MD-7 14 American Legion. 1928 Jan PP MD-7 14 American Legion, Grosscup-Pishon Post, Boston. 1927 July 22 PP MD-7 15 American Legion, GrosscupPishon Post, Boston. 1927 PP MD-7 15 American Legion, Cuyahoga County and Cleveland, Ohio. 1927 Aug 1 PP MD-7 15 American Ordinance Association, Washington. 1954 Dec 1 PP MD-7 15 Austin Print Works, Co., Akron, Ohio. 1927 June 11 PP MD-7 15 Boy Scouts of America Troop 2, Pilgrim Congregational Church, St. Louis, Missouri. 1927 June 18 PP MD-7 16 Churches of New York City. 1927 June 11 PP MD-7 16 City Hall Post Office, Registry Section, New York, N.Y. 1927 June 10 PP MD-7 16 Citizens of the Kingshighway Section, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1927 June 16 PP MD-7 17 Columbia University. 1954 May 3 PP MD-7 17 Columbia Club, Indianapolis, Ind. 1927 Aug 9 PP MD-7 17 Congressional Country Club, Washington, D.C. 1927 June 11 PP MD-7 17 Civil Aviation Organization. 1975 PP MD-7 17 Far Western Traveler. 1927 June 6 PP MD-7 18 Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co., St. Louis. No date PP MD-7 18 Holy Land, Mount St. Sepulchre. 1927 Nov 21 PP MD-7 18 Washington, D.C. Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences. 1934 PP MD-7 18 International Brotherhood of Magicians. No date PP MD-7 18 Jack and Jill Club. 1927 PP MD-7 18 Commerce, Chicago, Ill. No date PP MD-7 18 Knights of Columbus, Council 978, Reno, Nevada. 1927 Sept 19 PP MD-7 19 Liberty Memorial Association, Kansas City, Missouri. 1930 Apr 22 PP MD-7 19 Lindbergh Club, San Francisco, California. 1927 June 6 PP MD-7 19 Lindy League of Playground Assn., San Francisco, California. 1927 Sept 16 PP MD-7 19 Mecca College of Chiropractic, Wilmington. 1927 June 14 PP MD-7 20 Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis, Missouri. 1927 May 25 PP MD-7 20 Missouri Society of Washington, D.C. 1927 May 21 PP MD-7 20 National Aeronautics Assn., St. Louis, Missouri. 1952 May 23 PP MD-7 20 National Aeronautics Assn., St. Louis, Missouri. No date PP MD-7 20 National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A. 1927 June 10 PP MD-7 20 National Association of Letter Carriers, St. Louis, Mo. 1928 PP MD-7 20 National Education Association of the United States. 1928 Mar 1 PP MD-7 20 National Geographic Society. 1927 Nov 14 PP MD-7 20 Oklahoma City University. 1927 Sept 22 PP MD-8 21 Old Guard of New York City. 1927 June 7 PP MD-8 21 Order of Northern Lights of Providence, R.I. 1927 July 21 PP MD-8 21 Order of Owls. 1927 June 28 PP MD-8 21 Pacific Geographic Society. 1928 July 25 PP MD-8 21 Pacific Geographic Society. 1929 July 18 PP MD-8 21 St. Joseph’s College, Phila. 1927 Nov PP MD-8 21 St. Paul Assn. of Public and Business Affairs. 1927 June 1 PP MD-8 21 Scabbard and Blade. 1927 Oct 11 PP MD-8 22 Secondary Education Board. 1954 Mar 5 PP MD-8 22 Shelter Harbor Country Club, Westerly, R.I. 1927 June 17 PP MD-8 22 Sigma Phi Fraternity. No date PP MD-8 22 South Side Swedish Club, Chicago, Ill. 1927 July 25 PP MD-8 22 Swedish National Society, St. Louis, Mo. 1927 June 11 PP MD-8 22 United States Post Office, Amsterdam, N.Y. No date PP MD-8 23 United States Post Office, Pouching Case G.P.O., New York, N.Y. No date PP MD-8 23 United States Post Office, Oklahoma City, Okla. No date PP MD-8 23 United States Flag Association. 1927 June 12; 1933 Dec PP MD-8 23 United States Special Service Schools Air Service, Kelly Field, Texas. 1925 Mar 14 PP MD-8 24 University of Wisconsin. 1928 June 18 PP MD-8 24 University of Wisconsin Memorial Union Building Association. 1927 Aug 22 PP MD-8 24 Veterans Organizations of the District of Columbia. 1927 June 12 PP MD-8 24 Wheel of Progress. 1927 June 11 PP MD-8 24 Women of Washington. No date PP MD-8 24 Women’s Christian Temperance Union, Peoria, Ill. 1928 Feb 20 PP MD-8 24 Young Men’s Christian Association, Mexico City. 1927 Dec 22 PP MD-8 24 Guggenheim Proclamation. Certificate to accompany medal. 1953 PP MD-8 1 Original Orteig Prize. 1927 June 3 Gephardt MD-57 Color photo reproduction of Orteig Prize Resolution. 1927 June 3 PP MD-8 1 Foreign Organizations Aero Club of Belgium. 1927 May 28 PP MD-8 25 Aero Club of Czechoslovakia. 1928 PP MD-8 25 American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba. 1928 Feb 8 PP MD-8 25 Arquidiocesis de Santa Domingo. 1928 Jan 21 PP MD-8 25 Belize Polo Club, British Honduras. 1927 Dec 31 PP MD-8 25 Boy Scouts of Puerto Rico. 1928 Jan PP MD-8 25 Casimo Espanol, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. 1928 Feb 1 PP MD-8 26 Chamber of Commerce, Puerto Pico. 1928 Jan PP MD-8 26 Departmeo del Atlantico, Colombia. 1929 Sept 24 PP MD-8 26 Club Deportivo de Seybo, Dominican Republic. 1928 Feb 25 PP MD-8 26 Federation of Mexican Mothers’ Club. 1927 Dec 25 PP MD-8 27 Federation of Mexican Workmen. 1927 Dec 17 PP MD-8 27 Geographic Society of Cuba. 1928 Feb 10 PP MD-8 27 Havana Social Club, Havana Cuba. 1928 Feb 3 PP MD-8 27 Hotel Mancera, Mexico. 1927 Dec 21 PP MD-8 27 Lafayette Escadrille, France. 1927 May 24 PP MD-8 28 Ligue Internationale des Aviateurs et les Vielles Tiges. 1927 June 3 PP MD-8 28 “Le Lyceum” Societe des Femmes de France a New York. No date PP MD-8 28 Masonic Lodge No. 20, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. No date PP MD-8 28 Masons of Panama. 1928 Jan PP MD-8 28 Normal School of Panama. 1928 Jan 10 PP MD-8 29 Prensa Ilustrada y La Semana, Panama. 1928 Jan 9 PP MD-8 29 La Sociedad Bolivariana de Columbia. No date PP MD-8 29 Sociedad Colombo Alemana de Transportes Aeros, “Scadta”, Barranquilla. 1927 Dec 22 PP MD-8 29 Societe des Hospitaliers, Sauveteurs de France. 1927 May 23 PP MD-8 30 Le Syndicate de la Presse Sportive. 1929 May 23 PP MD-8 30 Union Interalliee. 1927 June 2 PP MD-8 30 Women of Dominican Republic. 1928 Feb 4 PP MD-8 30 Poems Fitziu, Anna. “Ave Lindbergh.” 1927 June 13 PP MD-8 31 Gunterberg, Martha Cecelia. “Lindbergh.” 1927 PP MD-8 31 Haviland, Edith. “My Ship and I.” No date PP MD-8 31 Long, Lucy B. “Brave Hero of the Air.” 1927 Sept 21 PP MD-8 31 McGuigan, Alice. “To Colonel Lindbergh.” No date PP MD-8 31 Pappas, P.F. “Hail Lindbergh.” 1927 June 9 PP MD-8 31 Perkins, Ella Sumner. “Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr.” No date PP MD-8 31 Person, Oliveros. “Captain Charles A. Lindbergh.” No date PP MD-8 31 Broadsides Subseries Lindbergh Related Pennsylvania Railroad Announcement-Naming of the “Spirit of St. Louis” Train. 1927 June 10 PP MD-10 45 Back Home. 1927 June 17 PP MD-10 45 Two Collages of Greetings. 1927 PP MD-10 45 Welcome Home Our Lindy. 1927 PP MD-10 45 Lindbergh We Salute You. 1927 PP MD-10 45 Greetings (reproduction of letter dropped from the air by Col. Lindbergh on “Spirit of St. Louis.” 1927 PP MD-10 45 15-Line Halftone of Charles A. Lindbergh. No date PP MD-10 46 Slindberghem Za Ocean (picture of Statue of Liberty). No date PP MD-10 46 Lindbergh Aux Usines Citroen. 1927 PP MD-10 46 Reproduction of Page 419, Congressional Record (account of the passage of H.R. 3190 authorizing the President of the U.S. to present medal of honor to Col. Lindbergh). 1927 Dec 10 PP MD-10 46 Reproduction of H.R. 3190 (see above). 1927 Dec 10 PP MD-10 46 Broadside Honoring Col. Lindbergh. 1928 PP MD-10 46 Confidential Notice of $25,000 Reward to All Postal Employees (regarding Lindbergh kidnapping). 1932 PP MD-10 47 $25,000 Reward Poster (List of currency paid as ransom in Lindbergh kidnapping). 1932 PP MD-10 47 Lindbergh Honored in Song on Victor Orthophonic Records. No date PP MD-10 47 Political Constitution of the United States of America, Declaration of Independence, Monroe’s Seventh Annual Message. No date PP MD-10 48 Our Thanksgiving (impromptu remarks on Constitution Day by Jessie Tuttle Colton. 1926 PP MD-10 48 Cartoon by Zeigler. 1932 PP MD-10 48 The Declaration of Independence of Today. 1935 May 30 PP MD-10 48 Miscellaneous 4th of July Poster. ca. 1920 PP MD-10 49 The Flag of World Liberty by Guido Marburg. 1924 PP MD-10 49 Magnificentius of Roumanie (essays on peace). 1928 PP MD-10 49 American Legion Mammoth Benefit Entertainment. 1930 Mar 27 PP MD-10 49 Air Travel Speed up Business in the Middle West. ca. 1931 PP MD-10 49 Long Beach Presents Neptune’s Electrical Extravaganza. 1933 May 6 PP MD-10 49 Signatures of Famous Masons. No date PP MD-10 49 Ruhmesblatt, den Wagemutizen Sohnen Amerikas (Statue of Liberty). No date PP MD-10 49 The Original signatures of Approval of all Parliamentary Parties and Government of Great Roumania. No date PP MD-10 49 Charts Subseries Chart of 85 Flights Made of Atlantic Crossing. 1931 Feb 4 PP MD-10 50 Companion Data on Multi-Engine Fast Combination Mail and Passenger Transport Plane. ca. 1931 PP MD-10 50 Companion Data on Single Engine First Combination Mail and Passenger Planes. ca. 1931 PP MD-10 50 Department of Commerce -South America’s Imports from Europe. 1930 PP MD-10 50 Department of Commerce -U.S. Exports of Merchandise to the Principal Markets of Latin America and Puerto Rico. 1930 PP MD-10 50 Diagram for Proposed Fuel System. No date PP MD-10 50 Federal Radio Commission - Commercial Aviation Communication System. 1930 Nov PP MD-10 50 Highlights of American History as Recorded by U.S. Commemorative Postage Stamps. 1933 Jan PP MD-10 50 The Track of the West India Hurricane of 1851. No date PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. Organization Chart. 1932 May PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. Organization Chart - Accounting and Stores Dept. 1932 May PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. Organization Chart - Operations Dept. 1931 Dec PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. Organization Chart - Operations Dept. 1932 Jan 15 PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental Air Transport, Inc. Progress Graph. 1929 February, March 8, 15, 22, 30; April 6, 12, 20 PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. - 3 Hourly Synoptic Weather Chart (Temperature Chart). 1931 Mar 31 PP MD-10 50 Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. - 3 Hourly Synoptic Weather Chart (Pressure Chart). 1931 Mar 31 PP MD-10 50 Pan American Airways System. 1931 Jan PP MD-10 50 Pilots’ Weather Report (Kansas City, Mo.). 1931 Mar 31 PP MD-10 50 Curtiss-Wright Twin-Engined Transports - Preliminary Performance Data. 1931 Nov 19 PP MD-10 50 Curtiss-Wright Twin-Engined Transports - Reference Chart A, Preliminary Direct Operating Costs Per Hour. 1931 Nov 19 PP MD-10 50 Weather Chart for Japan and Environs. ca. 1931 PP MD-10 50 Maps Series World Subseries Map of the World on Mercator Projection. No date PP MD-2 2 War Department Radio System Operated by U.S. Signal Corps. No date PP MD-2 2 Central Europe. No date PP MD-2 2 Central America. No date PP MD-2 2 North America. No date PP MD-2 2 Pan American Airways System-International Mail and Passenger Routes. No date PP MD-2 2 Pan American Airways System-Map of the Airlines of Canada, United States, Mexico, West Indies, Central America and South America. No date PP MD-2 2 South and Central America, Mexico and Cuba. No date PP MD-2 2 United States Airmail System in Latin America. No date PP MD-2 2 Great Circle Chart of a Portion of the Northern Hemisphere. (2 copies) No date PP MD-2 2 Great Circle Map Showing Fairbanks, Alaska; a Geographical Center of Europe; Asia, America. No date PP MD-2 2 Northern Hemisphere from The Adventures of Wrangel Island . No date PP MD-2 2 Map showing contemplated cruise of the Graf. Zeppelin across the Arctic regions. 1930 Apr-May PP MD-2 2 North Polar Regions. No date PP MD-2 2 Countries Subseries Argentina, Brazil, British Honduras. (6 items) No date PP MD-2 3 Canada. (13 items) No date PP MD-2 4 China, Colombia, France, Germany/Austria. (8 items) No date PP MD-2 5 Guatemala. (1 item) No date PP MD-2 6 Great Britain & Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Japan. (5 items) No date PP MD-2 7 Mexico. (13 items) No date PP MD-2 8 Mexico. (12 items) No date PP MD-2 9 Mexico. (12 items) No date PP MD-2 10 Mexico. (10 items) No date PP MD-2 11 Panama, Russia, El Salvador, Sweden, Turkey. (6 items) No date PP MD-2 12 United States. (2 items) No date PP MD-2 13 United States. (9 items) No date PP MD-2 14 United States. (6 items) No date PP MD-2 15 States Subseries Alabama, Alaska. No date PP MD-3 16 Arizona, Arkansas. No date PP MD-3 17 California. No date PP MD-3 18 Colorado, Connecticut. No date PP MD-3 19 Florida, Georgia, Idaho. No date PP MD-3 20 Illinois. No date PP MD-3 21 Post Route Map of the State of Illinois, U.S. Post Office, 1923 Indiana. No date PP MD-3 22 Iowa, Kansas. No date PP MD-3 23 Kentucky, Louisiana. No date PP MD-3 24 Maine, Maryland. No date PP MD-3 25 Massachusetts, Michigan. No date PP MD-3 26 Minnesota, Mississippi. No date PP MD-3 27 Missouri. No date PP MD-3 28 Montana, Nebraska. No date PP MD-3 29 Nevada, New Hampshire. No date PP MD-4 30 New Jersey. No date PP MD-4 31 New Mexico. No date PP MD-4 32 New York. No date PP MD-4 33 North Carolina, North Dakota. No date PP MD-4 34 Ohio. No date PP MD-4 35 Oklahoma, Oregon. No date PP MD-4 36 Pennsylvania. No date PP MD-4 37 Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota. No date PP MD-4 38 Tennessee, Texas. No date PP MD-4 39 Utah, Vermont. No date PP MD-4 40 Virginia, Washington. No date PP MD-4 41 West Virginia. No date PP MD-4 42 Wisconsin, Wyoming. No date PP MD-4 43 Cities Subseries United States Albany, N.Y.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Austin, Texas; Baltimore, Md.; Birmingham, Ala.; Boston, Mass. No date PP MD-5 44 Cherry Grove Beach, S.C.; Chicago, Ill.; Cleveland, Oh.; Cincinnati, Oh.; Dallas, Texas; Des Moines, Ia.; Detroit, Mich. No date PP MD-5 45 Huntington, W. VA.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Kansas City, Mo.; Lambertville Quadrangle, N.J.-Pa.; Los Angeles, Cal. No date PP MD-5 46 Milwaukee, Wis.; New York, N.Y.; Oklahoma City, Ok. No date PP MD-5 47 Philadelphia, Pa.; Portsmouth, N.H.; Portland, Ore.; Prescott, Ari.; Salina, Tex.; Gorgonio Pass, Cal.; San Antonio, Tex.; San Diego, Cal. No date PP MD-5 48 San Francisco, Cal.; Seattle, Wash.; Shreveport, La.; Springfield, Ill.; Triunfo Pass Cal. No date PP MD-5 49 Washington, D.C.; Wellsville, W. Va.; Wheeling, W. Va.; Westfield, Mass.; Wichita, Kan.; Winston-Salem, S.C. No date PP MD-5 50 Foreign Barneville, France; Brussels, Belgium; Fairhaven, England; Cantitlan-Tepotzolan, Mexico; Moscow, U.S.S.R.; Ontario, Quebec; Ottawa, Canada; Rio Magdalena, Colombia; Shanghai, China; Stockhold, Sweden. No date PP MD-5 51 Waters Subseries Original mercator chart. No date Gephardt MD-43 Pilot Chart of the Upper Air-North Atlantic Ocean; Great Circle Sailing Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean; Section of map of Bering Sea and Gulf of Penjinsk; Section of map of Bering Sea and Bering Strait area; Section of map of Caribbean and Central America; Section of map of Caribbean and South America. No date PP MD-5 52 Nippon and China, Mozi to Shanghai; Section of map of coast of China from China Sea to the Sea of Okhotsk; Section of map of coasts of Japan from Sado Island to the Gulf of Tokyo, including Tsugaru Strait; Four strip maps of coasts of Japan; North Pacific Ocean; Pilot chart of the North Pacific Ocean; Pilot chart of the upper air-North Pacific Ocean. No date PP MD-5 53 United States-east coast approaches to Blue Hill Bay and Eggemoggin Reach, Maine; United States-east coast Maine, east Penobscot Bay; United States-east coast Maine, west Penobscot Bay; United States-Gulf Coast, Habana to Tampa Bay; West India Islands, Haiti to Saint Lucia; West Indies, Harbor of St. Thomas; West Indies, Virgin Islands, St. Thomas. No date PP MD-5 54 Sheet Music Series Across the World With You. 1934 103 1 The Adventuresome Flight of Captain Lindbergh. No date 103 2 Aeroplane Chanson. 1927 103 3 Aeroplane Reverie. 1925 103 4 L’Aigle de L’Atlantique hommage a Lindbergh. No date 103 5 The Airplane Flight Around the World. 1939 103 6 The Airplane Honeymoon. 1929 103 7 The Albatross. 1927 103 8 All Hail, America. 1911 103 9 All Hail! America’s Ace. No date 103 10 All the World. 1927 103 11 The American Bay for Me. 1916 103 12 Anne and Lin. 1931 103 13 Anthem of Aviation. 1931 103 14 As-Tu Vu Lindbergh? 1927 103 15 The Aviator. 1927 103 16 The Aviator (Come, Fly With Me). 1927 103 17 Baby Charles. 1932 103 18 Baby Hands. 1930 103 19 Baby Lindy. 1935 103 20 Beautiful, Beautiful America. 1925 103 21 Bebe Aviateur. No date 103 22 Berceuse - To Charles A. Lindbergh. 1930 103 23 Bimbo di Luce. 1935 103 24 Bring My Darling Baby Back. 1934 103 25 Capitan Lindbergh: dem Kuhnsten aller Kuhnen. No date 103 26 Captain Charles Lindbergh’s Great Flight. 1927 103 27 Captain “Lindy” of the USA. 1927 103 28 La Chanson de Lindbergh. 1927 103 29 Charles Lindbergh Will Never Die. 1932 103 30 Col. Lindbergh’s Galop. No date 103 31 Come, Ride with Me, in My Aeroplane. 1925 103 32 Comment? As-tu Donc Oublie? No date 103 33 Conqueror of the Atlantis. No date 103 34 Diffidence. 1912 103 35 Dollar City Happy Land. 1929 103 36 Dolore (Mourn) In Memory of Charles August Lindbergh. No date 103 37 Du Gamla, du Friska, du Fjellhoga Nord. No date 103 38 The Eaglet is Dead. No date 103 39 The Echo - Key to All Scales in Music. 1909 103 40 Ecstasy. 1921 103 41 The Emblem of Freedom. 1907 103 42 Esprit de Saint Louis. No date 103 43 The Eyes of the World on Aviation. 1930 103 44 Flieger-Hymne. 1927 103 45 The Flier’s Dream. ca. 1927 103 46 The Baby Lindbergh. 1934 103 47 Flying. 1927 103 48 The Flying Fool (incomplete). 1927 103 49 The Flying Hero. 1927 103 50 The Flying Idol. 1927 104 1 Flying Thru’. 1927 104 2 From New York to Paris. No date 104 3 Gloire a Lindbergh. No date 104 4 Gloire aux As. No date 104 5 Gloire aux As (score for orchestra). 1921 104 6 God of Our Dreams. 1927 104 7 Greenland Suite (score for orchestra). 1923 104 8 Greetings to Charles A. Lindbergh. No date 104 9 Hail, Lindbergh! Chief of the Air. 1927 104 10 Hail to Lindbergh! (Good Old Slim). 1927 104 11 Hail to the Airpilot. No date 104 12 Hats Off! To Our Brave Lindbergh 1929 104 13 He Said That He Would Do It And He Did! 1927 104 14 Hello Lindy. 1927 104 15 Her Sweetheart Forever. 1912 104 16 Here’s to Lindbergh. 1927 104 17 Here’s to “Slim.” 1927 104 18 The Hero of the Air. 1927 104 19 Heroes of the USA. 1927 104 20 Honneur a l’Aviateur. No date 104 21 Honneur aux Heros de l’Air. No date 104 22 Honor a Lindbergh! ca. 1927 104 23 Hymne Americain-Marseillaise. 1918 104 24 Idols of Aviation. 1930 104 25 Idols of Aviation (score for band). 1930 104 26 If There Is a Man That Befriended This Land, It’s Colonel Charles A. Lindybergh. 1927 104 27 I’ll Be Your Mamma Today. 1895 104 28 I’m Dreaming Love of You. 1922 104 29 Imperial Missouri. 1911 104 30 The International Cry. 1926 104 31 Just Stay This Side of the Pond. 1939 104 32 Knights of the Sky. 1930 104 33 Leaving the Fair Hills of Ireland. 1931 104 34 Life is Just a Song. 1930 104 35 Like an Angel You Flew Into Everyone’s Heart. 1927 104 36 Lil’ Blue Eyed Baby. 1930 104 37 Lindbergh the Conqueror of the Air. 1927 104 38 Lindbergh’s Flight Across the Atlantic. 1927 104 39 Lindbergh. No date 104 40 Lindbergh. 1927 104 41 Lindbergh. 1933 104 42 Lindbergh. 1929 104 43 Lindbergh-Ace of the Air. 1933 104 44 Lindbergh and His Spirit. No date 104 45 Lindbergh Boy. 1927 104 46 Lindbergh Columbus of the Air (Colonel of Our Hearts). 1927 104 47 Lindbergh en Colon. 1928 104 48 Lindbergh en Panama. 1928 104 49 Lindbergh Held du Lufte. No date 104 50 Lindbergh (Hero of the Air). 1927 105 1 The Lindbergh Kidnap. 1935 105 2 Lindbergh “King of the Air” March. 1927 105 3 Lindbergh Lullaby. No date 105 4 Lindbergh March. 1928 105 5 Lindbergh March. No date 105 6 Lindbergh March. 1928 105 7 “Lindbergh March” by Anita Howard. No date 114 “Lindbergh March” by Roven Sever. No date 114 “Lindbergh March” by Moises Simons. No date 114 Lindbergh (Marche). 1929 105 8 Lindbergh Marche. 1927 105 9 Lindbergh Marche. 1927 105 10 Lindbergh Marsch. 1927 105 11 Lindbergh of the USA. No date 105 12 Lindbergh (Pioneer of the Sea). 1927 105 13 Lindbergh Spirit of the Butterfly. 1927 105 14 Lindbergh (the Eagle of the USA). 1927 105 15 Lindbergh the Great St. Louis. 1929 105 16 Lindbergh: the Spirit of America the Glory of Columbia. 1928 105 17 Lindbergh: the Spirit of America the Glory of Columbia (score for orchestra). 1928 105 18 Lindbergh: the Spirit of America the Glory of Columbia (score for band). 1928 105 19 Lindbergh (the Spirit of St. Louis). 1927 105 20 Lindbergh Waltz. 1928 105 21 Lindbergh We Welcome You! 1927 105 22 Der Linddberghflug. 1930 105 23 Lindbergh’s Flight. 1937 105 24 Lindbergh’s Waltz. 1927 105 25 Lindbergh’s Waltz. 1927 105 26 Lindbergh the Great. No date 106 1 Lindy. 1931 106 2 Lindy and Ann, Pals of the Sky. 1933 106 3 Lindy-Anne’s Lullaby. 1930 106 4 Lindy-Indy-Indy-00. 1927 106 5 Lindy, Lindy, We Are So Glad You Came. 1927 106 6 Lindy Our American Ace. 1930 106 7 Lindy the Bird of the Clouds. 1928 106 8 Lindy the Man. 1927 106 9 Lindy the World Smiles on You. No date 106 10 Lindy Triumphal March. 1927 106 11 Lindy’s Baby. 1932 106 12 Lindys Eagles Grand Tap Step Waltz Song. 1931 106 13 Lindy’s Flying (song and orchestra score). 1927 106 14 Lindy’s Flying Plane. 1927 106 15 Lindy’s Plea. 1932 106 16 Little Baby Lindbergh. 1932 106 17 A Little Bit of Heaven. 1930 106 18 “A Little Bit of Heaven” by Beulah Bunten-Stiers. No date 114 Little Bo Peep. No date 106 19 Little Charles Lindbergh. 1932 106 20 Little Charley Junior Lindbergh. 1932 106 21 A Little Lullaby for Jon Morrow Lindbergh. 1933 106 22 The Lone Eagle. 1931 106 23 Lone Eagle. 1927 106 24 The Lone Eagle; World’s Hero. 1927 106 25 Lost April. 1930 106 26 Lucky Lindy. 1927 106 27 Lucky Slim (Colonel Lindbergh March) (score for band). 1928 106 28 Lullaby. 1930 106 29 Lullaby. 1933 106 30 Lullaby. 1930 106 31 Lullaby of the Sky. 1931 106 32 The Maiden from the Farm. 1939 106 33 The Man with the Overalls On. 1914 106 34 “March Oberst Lindbergh” by Dans Sievers. No date 114 Meciendo. No date 106 35 Mit’nem Aeroplan Ubern Ozean. No date 106 36 Mithradates (Sunborn) A Cradle Song. 1930 106 37 Monarch of the Air. 1927 106 38 Mother, I Died for Old Glory. 1918 106 39 Mother Stoner’s Tribute to Mother Lindbergh. 1927 106 40 My America. 1916 106 41 My Blue Moon. 1929 106 42 My Bonny Baby You’re Safe In God’s Loving Care. 1932 106 43 My Dad, My Pal. 1927 106 44 My Little Eaglet. 1932 106 45 My Little Song Bird of Love. 1927 106 46 My Mother. 1927 106 47 My Plane and I. 1927 106 48 My Sonny Sunshine Boy. 1932 106 49 Newfoundland Hero. 1919 106 50 Nina; A Cuban Love Song. 1932 106 51 O Figlio ‘E Lindbergh. 1932 106 52 Oberst Lindbergh (score for band). 1932 106 53 O’er the Foaming Billows (To the Land of Parlez Vous). 1927 106 54 Oh, the Aeroplane, the Aeroplane Will Be Better than Lovers’ Lane. 1917 106 55 The Old Home Town. 1924 106 56 On Mother’s Breast. 1930 106 57 On the Water, Land and Air. 1929 106 58 On the Wings of the Wind. 1927 106 59 One Sweet Face. 1930 106 60 Our America. 1930 107 1 Our Lindy. 1927 107 2 Our Lindy Lad. 1927 107 3 Our Little Laddie. 1933 107 4 Our Peace Ambassador with the Spirit of St. Louis. 1928 107 5 Our Safety Rule. 1930 107 6 Our Stars and Stripes. 1926 107 7 La Parisienne. ca. 1919 107 8 The Pathfinder. 1933 107 9 Patrouille Americaine. 1927 107 10 Plucky Lindy - A Hero is He. 1927 107 11 Rests the Eaglet. 1932 107 12 The Robins Say I Love You. 1925 107 13 A Rose in God’s Garden. 1932 107 14 Rose of the Dawn. 1927 107 15 Sacred Hour of Love. 1929 107 16 Sailing All Alone. No date 107 17 Salut a Lindbergh. 1927 107 18 Shadows and Dream Melodies. 1927 107 19 Sing It Now for Charles A. Lindbergh. 1927 107 20 Skyward. 1929 107 21 Sleep, Soldier Sleep! 1921 107 22 Smile a Little. 1926 107 23 A Smile and a Song. 1930 107 24 A Smile in Heaven. 1929 107 25 Soli Obviam. 1927 107 26 Hand painted cover for “Soli Obviam March, Triomphale Opus 4” by Armin Hofmann. No date 114 Song of the American Eagle. 1929 107 27 The Spirit of St. Louis. 1927 107 28 The Spirit of St. Louis. 1927 107 29 Spirit of St. Louis (for band). 1927 107 30 Spirit of St. Louis. 1927 107 31 The Spirit of St. Louis. 1927 107 32 The Spirit of St. Louis (for band). 1927 107 33 The Spirit of St. Louis March (for band). 1927 107 34 The “Spirit of St. Louis” Military March. 1927 107 35 The “Spirit of St. Louis” National March Song. 1927 107 36 Springtime Greeting. 1926 107 37 A Star of Gold. 1919 107 38 The Star Spangled Banner. 1930 107 39 Stockholm (du as mig kai). 1931 107 40 The Story of Lindbergh. 1930 107 41 Sweet Boy of Mine. 1932 107 42 That Aeroplane Girl of Mine. 1931 107 43 That Little Boy of Mine. 1917 107 44 To Capt. Charles A. Lindbergh. 1927 107 45 La Traversee du M. Le Capitaine Charles Lindbergh sur l’Ocean Atlantique. 1928 107 46 Under the Honey Moon. 1922 107 47 Underneath the Stars at Waikiki. 1932 107 48 United Arms of Victory. 1919 107 49 The US Flag. 1924 107 50 United States Navy. 1926 107 51 Up In An Aeroplane. No date 107 52 Upward Flying Soldiers. 1928 107 53 Les Vaingueurs du Ciel. 1928 107 54 Valse de l’Ocean. No date 107 55 Vijf dagen naar Parijs. No date 107 56 A Waltz Made for You. 1933 107 57 We. 1927 107 58 We Three. 1932 107 59 ‘We’ Wee Baby. 1930 107 60 Welcome Home. 1927 107 61 Welcome Plucky Lindy. 1927 107 62 We’re Coming. 1918 107 63 When Lindy Comes Home. 1927 107 64 Wingin’ Through. 1940 107 65 The World’s Sweetest Flower. 1931 107 66 The World’s Sweetheart. 1927 107 67 The Year’s at the Spring. 1928 107 68 Yell Boys, Yell, For Old Glory. 1931 107 69 You Flew Over Uncle Sam Takes His Hat Off to You. 1927 107 70 The Young Chevalier. 1927 107 71 You’re Just Like Your Mother A Beautiful Rose. 1921 107 72 Stamps Series Covers Subseries First Flight Lindbergh as Pilot. 1926 108 1 Lindbergh as Pilot. 1928 108 2 Lindbergh as Pilot. 1929 Jan-Mar 108 3 Lindbergh as Pilot. 1929 Jan-Oct 108 4 Lindbergh as Pilot. 1930 108 5 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1927 108 6 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1928 108 7 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1929 108 8 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1930 108 9 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1935 108 10 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1948-1949 108 11 Covers Addressed to Lindbergh. 1950-1951 108 12 Covers Not Addressed to Lindbergh. 1898; 1911; 1918-1920 108 13 Covers Not Addressed to Lindbergh. 1927-1928 108 14 Covers Not Addressed to Lindbergh. 1929; 1954 108 15 Anniversary Covers of Lindbergh’s 1927 Flight. 1928-1952 108 16 Non-Lindbergh Covers. 1927 108 17 Non-Lindbergh Covers. 1928-1933 108 18 Non-Lindbergh Covers. 1948-1955 108 19 Decorative Covers Honoring Lindbergh. 1927 109 1-4 Covers Honoring Lindbergh. 1928; 1933 109 5 Lindbergh Cancellations St. Louis, Mo. 1927 June 109 6 Hartford, Conn. 1927 July 109 7 Boston, Mass. 1927 July 109 8-14 Detroit, Mich. 1927 Aug 109 15 Springfield, Ill. 1927 Aug 109 16 Portland, Ore. 1927 Sept 110 1 Venezuela. 1928 Jan 110 2 Lindbergh Again Flies the Mail. 1928 Feb 110 3-4 Haiti. 1928 Feb 110 5 Lindbergh Field, San Diego, Cal. 1928 Aug 110 6 Lindbergh, Wy., Lindbergh, Ky. 1930 110 7 American Clipper. 1931 110 8 Stamps Subseries Lindbergh Commemorative Stamps Costa Rica. 1928 110 9 Cuba. 1928 110 10 Dominican Republic. No date 110 11 France. 1927 110 12 Panama. 1928 110 13-15 Spain. 1930 110 16 United States. 1927 110 17 Non-Lindbergh Commemorative Stamps. 1893-1926 110 18 Commemorative Stamps. 1927 110 19 Commemorative Stamps. 1949-1951 110 20 Commemorative Stamps. 1953-1955 110 21 Commemorative Stamps. 1965-1966 110 22 Foreign Stamps Algeria, Argentina, Australia. No date 111 1 Austria. No date 111 2 Belgium. No date 111 3 Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada. No date 111 4 Canal Zone, Ceylon, China. No date 111 5 Cuba, Czechoslovakia. No date 111 6 Denmark, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland. No date 111 7 France. No date 111 8-9 France, French Morocco. No date 111 10 Germany. No date 111 11-13 Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala. No date 112 1 Honduras, Hungary. No date 112 2 Ireland, Italy. No date 112 3 Liberia, Luxembourg, Mexico. No date 112 4 Morocco, Netherlands. No date 112 5 Norway, Palestine, Panama. No date 112 6 Peru, Poland. No date 112 7 Puerto Rico, Portugal, Romania. No date 112 8 Russia, Siam, South Africa, Spain. No date 112 9 Surinam, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis. No date 112 10 Turkey, Uruguay, Yugoslavia. No date 112 11 Notebooks Subseries The White Ace United States Historical Air Mail Album. No date 112 12 154 First Flight Covers Signed by Pilots. No date 113 Scrapbooks Series Scrapbooks From Organizations National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A. “L’Aeronautique 1783-1922.” Collection of reproductions of aviation material. 1783-1922 Volume 1 New York Times : Volume I (1927 Feb 6-June 11), Volume II (1927 June 12-26). Clippings regarding Lindbergh’s transatlantic flight. 1927 Feb 6-June 26 Volume 2 St. Louis Post-Dispatch : Volume I (1927 May 10-31); Volume II (1927 June 1-19). Record of Lindbergh’s New York-Paris Flight and the World’s Reaction. 1927 May 10-June 19 Volume 3 Women’s City Club of Washington, D.C. Clippings regarding Lindbergh’s transatlantic flight. 1927 May 12-June 9 Volume 4 New York Times . Complete issues. 1927 May 20-June 9 Volume 5 New York Times . Clippings regarding Lindbergh’s South American Good-Will Tour. 1927 Dec 14-1928 Mar 20 Volume 6 Japan Times . Clippings regarding Lindbergh’s flight to the Orient. (3 volumes) 1931 July Volume 7 New York Times . Press reports of Lindbergh’s circumnavigation of the Atlantic by air. 1933 July 9-Dec 19 Volume 8 Scrapbooks From Individuals Anonymous. Articles and front pages from United States newspapers. 1927 May 12-24 Volume 9 Anne Belle Story Breckenridge. Newspaper clippings regarding Lindbergh. 1927 May 13-Dec Volume 10 Anonymous. Collection of American newspapers. 1927 May 20-June 12 Volume 11 Mrs. A.S. Burkhead, Clerk, U.S. Senate. Newspaper clippings from the Washington Post , Wash. D.C. 1927 May 21-25 Volume 12 Angelo Campana, Brooklyn, N.Y. Articles from Italian and U.S. newspapers. 1927 May 21-1933 Dec Volume 13 Raymond Cox, Second Secretary of Embassy of the U.S. of America. Clippings from London papers regarding Lindbergh’s visit to England. (2 volumes) 1927 May 29-June 2 Volume 14 Anonymous. Lindbergh clippings. 1927 May-June Volume 15 Erica Ernst. “Das Lindbergh Album.” Clippings from French, German, and U.S. Newspapers. 1927 May-June Volume 16 Anonymous. Lindbergh clippings. 1927 May-Oct Volume 17 Anonymous. Collection of U.S. and foreign tabloids/newspapers regarding Lindbergh. 1927 May-Dec Volume 18 Minnie Bouder, Philadelphia, Pa. 1927 June 7 Volume 19 Ruth Bandelin, Helen Esselen Millis, Mass. Lindbergh Clippings. 1927 June 14 Volume 20 Mrs. Prentiss S. Trowbridge. St. Louis Globe-Democrat Magazine (3 copies), one mounted on rag board. 1927 June 19 Volume 21 Anonymous. Articles from The Literary Digest , National Magazine , and other periodicals. 1927 June Volume 22 Richard J. Montgomery, Oakland, Ca. “The Origin of the Monoplane.” 1927 July 9 Volume 23 Anonymous. Newspaper clippings regarding Lindbergh’s tour of U.S. and West Indies. 1927 Oct-1928 Feb Volume 24 William Wildhogen. Articles regarding aviation from Popular Science Monthly . Lindbergh articles include: “Barnstorming with Lindbergh,” “Telling Ocean Flyers When to Hop-Lindbergh Weather Maps,” and “Gliding with Lindbergh.” 1927 Oct-1930 June Volume 25 Anonymous. Collection of editorials, clippings, etc. paying tribute to Lindbergh from around the world. 1927 Volume 26 Nicholas Polombo, Chester, Pa. Lindbergh clippings. (3 books) 1927-1928 Volume 27 Ruby Crane. Lindbergh clippings. 1927-1928 Volume 28 Anonymous. Clippings regarding Lindbergh and Anne Morrow. 1927-1929 Volume 29 Mary M. Dewey, Chicago, Ill. Lindbergh clippings (a belated wedding present). 1927-1929 Volume 30 George P. Putnam. Collection of reviews of We . 1928 Mar 28 Volume 31 Lindbergh’s personal collection of newspapers. 1929 June 20 Volume 32 Lottie and Jessie Zaremba, Cleveland, Oh. Clippings regarding Lindbergh and family; kidnapping of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. 1934 June Volume 33 Sixth Grade Students, Pawcatuck Grammar School, Pawcatuck, Conn. Collection of articles, reports, picture of Pawcatuck. 1935 Volume 34 Peter Martinson, Chicago, Ill. “Aces in the Air.” Newspaper photographs of famous aviators. No date Volume 35 Addendum Printed Materials Ephemera Miscellaneous. 1927 Addendum-1 1 Periodicals Aviation Stories and Mechanics . Souvenir number for Lindbergh's transatlantic flight. 1927 July Addendum-1 2 Ramsey, Logan C., Lieutenant, U.S. Navy; and Kincaid, Earle H., Lieutenant, U.S. Navy. "An Analysis of Recent Transatlantic Flights." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings . 1927 Sept Addendum-1 3 Newspaper Clippings Lindbergh Cartoons Cartoons. 1927 May Addendum-1 4 Cartoons. 1927 June Addendum-1 5-6 Cartoons. 1927 Addendum-1 7 Newspaper Photographs Miscellaneous. 1922-1926 Addendum-1 8 San Diego. 1927 Addendum-1 9 New York. 1927 Addendum-1 10 Paris reception. 1927 Addendum-1 11 Paris reception. 1927 Addendum-2 1 Brussels reception. 1927 Addendum-2 2 London reception. 1927 Addendum-2 3 Return to U.S. on U.S.S. Memphis . 1927 Addendum-2 4 Washington, D.C. reception. 1927 Addendum-2 5-6 New York City reception. 1927 Addendum-2 7 St. Louis reception. 1927 Addendum-2 8 48-state tour. 1927 Addendum-3 1 Mexico (Good Will tour). 1927 Addendum-3 2 Good Will tour. 1927 Dec-1928 Feb Addendum-3 3 Miscellaneous. 1927 Addendum-3 4 Portraits of Charles A. Lindbergh. 1927 Addendum-3 5 Miscellaneous. 1928 Addendum-3 6 Miscellaneous. 1929 Addendum-3 7 Miscellaneous. 1930 Addendum-3 8 Miscellaneous. 1931-1933 Addendum-3 9 Miscellaneous. 1939; 1948; 1954 Addendum-3 10 Sheet Music "Lindy: An Ode of Glorious Achievement." 1928 Addendum-4 1 Stamps Covers Commemorative - 50th Anniversary. 1977 Addendum-4 2 Lindbergh Flight Philatelic Documents. 1978 Addendum-4 3 Notebooks Land Letterbook. 1892-1915 Addendum-4 4 Land Letterbook. 1894-1915 Addendum-4 5 Non-Manuscript Material Microfilm Lindbergh Logbooks. 1922-1929 Addendum-5 Sound Recordings Lindbergh's radio address, "American and European Wars," recorded by WJSV, Columbia Broadcasting System, Washington, D.C. (1/4" audio tape and cassette) (time: 15 min.) 1939 Sept 15 Addendum-5 1 Lindbergh's address to an American First Committee meeting at Manhattan Center, New York City. (1/4" audio tape and cassette) (time: 25:10) 1941 Apr 23 Addendum-5 2 Lindbergh's address to an American First Committee meeting at the St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, Missouri. (1/4" audio tape and cassette) (time: 27:45) 1941 May 3 Addendum-5 3 Lindbergh's address to an American First Committee meeting at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (1/4" audio tape and cassette) (time: 27:35) 1941 May 29 Addendum-5 4 Victor Orthophonic Recording - "Actual Moments in the Reception to Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh at Washington, D.C." (1/4" audio tape and cassette) . Part I. The U.S.S. Memphis Docks at the Navy Yard. The Salute to Secretary Wilbur. Colonel Lindbergh Sets Foot on American Soil. The Start of the Procession. Part II. The March Along Pennsylvania Avenue. The Reception at the Foot of the Washington Monument. (The 78 record was loaned to the Missouri Historical Society by David Lawton, 3017 Sugar Mill Court, St. Louis, Mo., in July 1987 for the purpose of making a recording from it for our files. The record was returned to the owner April 9, 1990.) 1927 Addendum-5 5 1. Interview with Major William B. Robertson on KMOX radio, Columbia Broadcasting System, St. Louis, Missouri, August 21, 1938, 8:30 p.m. (1/4" audio cassette) (Recorded from phonograph record in Lindbergh Museum Collection. Listed in Museum Inventory, p. 118.) 2. Major William B. Robertson at Lindbergh Anniversary/Lotus Club Dinner, W.E.A.F., May 20, 1937. (audio cassette) 1937 May 20; 1938 Aug 21 Addendum-5 6 Song, "Lucky Lindy" by Gilbert and Baer, vocal by Vernon Dalhart. (two 1/4" audio tapes) No date Addendum-6 1 Song, "Lucky Lindy" by Gilbert and Baer, vocal by Vernon Dalhart. (two cassette tapes) No date Addendum-6 2 Interview with J.D. Wooster Lambert by John L. Gillis, president of the Missouri Historical Society, at meeting sponsored by the Society, at 2:00 p.m. (1/4" audio tape and cassette tape) (time: 24:00) 1974 Sept 8 Addendum-6 3 Radio dramatization, "Spirit and the Eagle," prepared by the 340th Public Information Detachment, a radio broadcasting unit assigned to the 77th U.S. Army Reserve Command, Fort Totten, New York (audio cassette tape) (time: 40:04). Includes 5 pages of background information. No date Addendum-6 4 Video Recording "Lindbergh and Isoroku Yamamoto--the Unknown History of Japan-U.S. Aviation." (videotape) No date Addendum-5