Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh
First sustained flight, New York to Paris, May 20, 1927.
[Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis.]
Lucky Lindbergh Coin
The Spirit of St. Louis. Capt. Charles A. Lindbergh. First non-stop flight from New York to Paris, May...
Charles A. Lindbergh. New York - Paris
[Interior of cockpit.]
Captain Charles Lindbergh
First to fly from New York to Paris.
Vaughn Monroe [Interior of an airplane.]
Colonel George Peck Giving Pointers on Flying to Joe Louis.
[Charles Lindbergh speaking at an America First anti-war rally at the Manhattan Center.]
[Al Smith with Eddie Rickenbacker and another man in his office.]
[Ruth Elder at 5.]
[Ruth Elder at 14.]
[Ruth Elder with her husband, Lyle Womack.]
Charles A. Lindbergh
The Society of Medalists fourth issue.
Charles Grieder flying Grieder Brothers Bi-Plane.
H. N. Atwood at Nyack, N.Y.
Published by H. F. Dutcher, Nyack, N.Y. © H. F. Dutcher, 1911.
Arthur Godfrey [Godfrey flying an airplane.]
Vaughn Monroe [Interior and exterior of an airplane.]
Post and Gatty Get Their Names in the Big Book.
Photographs of Mitchel Air Force Base Field on Long Island. Depicts men getting dressed in aviation gear...
Photographs of a group of men in training to work for Eastern Airlines. They are depicted exercising...
Cantilever Aero Co., Aeroplane, Christmas Bullet, at factory Babylon, L.I. with Mr. Kerr.
Official Reception to Captain Charles A. Lindbergh
June 13, 1927. Admit bearer to West Reviewing Stand - Eternal Light.
Banquet in honor of Captain Hermann Koehl, Major James Fitzmaurice and Baron Guenther von Huenefeld
German-Irish Transatlantic Aviators. Given by the Mayor's Committee on Reception to distinguished guests...
Control [Page in Stan 153 and ERO's black book.]
[Captain Harold F. Blackburn.]
Published in the May 5, 1956 issue of New Yorker.
Joint Luncheon in honor of Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh
The Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York and the Merchants' Association of New York. June 15,...
Breakfast in Honour of Captain Charles A. Lindbergh on the presentation of the Raymond Orteig 25,000 Dollar Prize
New York to Paris non-stop flight. June 17, 1927