Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1906-2001
- Existence: 1906 - 2001
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Series 1. The Lindberghs
Series 1. The Lindberghs, 1915 - 1974
This series contains photographs of the Lindberghs with large sections devoted to the Lindbergh baby kidnapping, Lindbergh's aviation experiences and Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
Subseries 1. Early Years
Subseries 1. Early Years, 1927-1943
This series of photographs contains early photographs of the Lindbergh family covering the years 1925 to 1974. Photographs include portraits of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, family photographs, candid photographs of their trip to Japan (1931), and group photographs with family friends.
Subseries 2. Aviation
Subseries 2. Aviation, 1925-1974
This series of photographs covers the important role of aviation in the life of Charles A. Lindbergh from 1925 to 1955. The majority of the photographs pertain to Charles A. Lindbergh's famous Trans-Atlantic flight on "The Spirit of St. Louis" (May 20-21, 1927). Other photographs include portraits of Charles A. Lindbergh, candid photographs, photographs of various airplanes, and the Lindbergh reception in New York City (June 14, 1927) after returning from his solo flight.
Subseries 3. Lindbergh Kidnapping
Subseries 3. Lindbergh Kidnapping, 1915-1957
This series covers the years 1915-1957 and includes photographs pertaining to the Hauptmann trial (1935) for the kidnapping and murder of the son of Charles A. Lindbergh (March 1, 1932). Photographs include candid photographs of Charles A. Lindbergh, aerial views of the Lindbergh home, photographs from the trial, and photographs of trial participants. Notable photographs include photographs of gunman, John D. Granger; kidnapper, Bruno Hauptmann; and photographs of the jury.
Subseries 4. Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Subseries 4. Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1915 - 1970
This series contains photographs of Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001), wife of Charles A. Lindbergh. Photographs include Anne Morrow Lindbergh in group photographs, photographs with Charles A. Lindbergh, portraits, and photographs of Anne in Japan (1931). The majority of the photographs are candid photographs of Anne at various locations. A notable photograph features Anne with Amelia Earhart (ca. 1930).