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Charles Augustus Lindbergh with the "Spirit of St. Louis," c.1927.
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1927.
Charles Lindbergh with “Spirit of St. Louis,” c.1927.
Charles Augustus Lindbergh with his plane, c.1927.
Second Lieutenant Charles Augustus Lindbergh in his U.S. Air Force uniform, March 14, 1925.
Charles Augustus Lindbergh and his photo album, Madison, Wisconsin, March, 1922.
Charles Lindbergh with his dog "Dingo," c.1912.
Charles August Lindbergh with his son Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1910.
Evangeline Lindbergh with her son Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1902.
Charles A. Lindbergh, a native of Little Falls, became a world-famous aviator after completing the first nonstop, solo transatlantic flight in May 1927.
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