Lindbergh stymied by photographers. Washington, D.C., April 20. Camera-shy Col. Charles A. Lindbergh leaving the White House after a conference with President Roosevelt today, found all exits well 'covered' by news cameramen. Here we see the famous flyer running the photographer's gauntlet as he emerged from a side door of the Executive Mansion
Lindbergh standing with doctor (?) or, possibly, Orville Wright, at Lambert Field, St. Louis, Missouri; plane wreckage in background (June 1925?).
(June 1, 1927) Fred E. Weick, head of the Propeller Research Tunnel section, 1925-1929, in rear cockpit. Charles Lindbergh in front. Tom Hamilton is standing. ..Center: LARC .Image # : L-1990-03736
Military band and cage of homing pigeons about to be released in foreground; members of the military, photographers, and others in background.
Mail brought to Washington by Former [...]ddies in Air Mail Service. [...]huge batch of mail for Col. Charles A. Lindbergh [...]rt and Harry G. Smith, night flyers in Uncle Sam's [...]ce, arrived in Washington today. Both of these [...]ddies" of Col. Lindbergh. In the photograph, left [...] liam Mooney, Washington Postmaster; Shirley J. Shor [...]mith
Scientists for Uncle Sam awarded Magellan Gold Medal. Dr. L.J. Briggs, left, Assistant Director and Dr. Paul R. [Heyl?], Chief of the Sound Section of the United States Bureau of Standards, with the first successful experimental model of the earth inductor compass, which they developed for the Army Air Corps and for which they were awarded the Magellan Gold Medal by the American Philosophical Society. It was a model of this same compass that Capt. Charles Lindbergh used on his epochal flight from New York to Paris
Local call number: n027973..Title: [Charles Lindbergh with the "Spirit of St. Louis": Jacksonville, Florida]..Physical descrip: 1 photonegative: b&w; 4 x 5 in...Date captured: October 10, 1927. ..... more
Col. Lindbergh attends opening of International Civil Aeronautics Conference. Col. Charles A. Lindbergh was among the prominent airmen to attend the opening session of the International Civil Aeronautics Conference in Washington today. America's air ace is shown in this photograph with (left to right) Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation F. Trubee Davison; Col. Lindbergh; Harry Guggenheim of the Guggenheim Foundation; and Edward T. Warner, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Aviation
Col. Lindbergh receives Harmon trophy. The highlight of today's session of the International Civil Aeronautics Conference was the presentation of the Harmon Trophy to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, America's air ace. The trophy is awarded annually by the International League of Aviators to the man voted to have done the most for aeronautics that year In the photograph, left to right: William McCracken, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation; Pierre Etienne Flandin, Vice President of the International League of Aviators and chief of the French delegation to the air conference, who presented the trophy; Col. Lindbergh; and Orville Wright, Inventor of the first airplane in America
Lindbergh receives French decoration. Col. Charles A. Lindbergh receives the cross of Commander of the Legion of Honor, bestowed by the French government in commemoration of his famous Atlantic flight, presented by French Ambassador Paul Claudel. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd will receive a similar decoration on March 27. 1/18/31
Charles A. Lindbergh is shown telling the grand jury his story of the payment of $50,000 ransom for his son. At the right is Colonel H. Norman Schwarzkopf, of the New Jersey State Police, who accompanied Colon... more
Charles A. Lindbergh is shown on the witness stand in the courtroom at Flemington as he told his dramatic story of the night of March 1, 1932.