Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974) was an American pilot and the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.Lindbergh's solo transatlantic flight in 1927 made him one of America's early celebrity heroes. He received a New York ticker-tape parade, and newspapers breathlessly covered his every move. I chose this photo because it shows his success as a pilot.
American aviator, engineer and Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Lindbergh (1902- 1974) poses with the 'Spirit of St Louis,' the plane he used to make the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic, May 1927.
"Uncommon Friends: Life with Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Alexis Carrel and Charles Lindbergh" by James Newton, Publisher: Mariner Books; 1st edition June 23, 1989
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September 18, 1929. "Lindbergh & wife." Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, four months after they married.
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Flight : Charles Lindbergh's Daring and Immortal 1927 Transatlantic Crossing (Hardcover) (Dan Hampton)
Charles Lindbergh flies across the Atlantic 1927
Charles Lindbergh. Potser ballava, potser no. Però el que si va fer al 1927 va ser creuar l'oceà Atlàntic enllaçant el continent americà i el continent europeu en un vol sense escales, des de Nova York a París, en solitari i a bord del Spirit of St. Louis (anteriorment una parella d'aviadors havia arribat des de Terranova fins a Irlanda, però no fins al continent europeu). A Lindbergh s'el coneixía com a The Lone Eagle, Slim, Lucky Lindy o, simplement, Lindy | - Wikipedia
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Charles Lindbergh - This aviator became famous for making the first solo transatlantic airplane flight in 1927.
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Charles lindbergh historic aviator flight antique graphic illustration print '29
In 1927, a group of St. Louis businessmen gave financial backing to the first solo transatlantic flight from New York to Paris. The pilot was Charles Lindbergh and the plane was named “The Spirit of St. Louis.” www.stlarchs.org