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Marriage of Charles Lindbergh...



Item # 555651

May 28, 1929

LEOMINSTER DAILY ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, May 28, 1929
 
* Charles Lindbergh Gets Married 
* Anne Morrow 


This 14 page newspaper has a three column headline on the front page: "LINDBERGH'S PLANE LEAVES FOR SOME UNKNOWN POINT" with subhead.

Other news of the day throughout. Light browning, otherwise in good condition.

wikipedia notes: Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001) was the daughter of diplomat Dwight Morrow whom he met in Mexico City in December, 1927, where her father was serving as the U.S. Ambassador. According to a Biography Channel profile on Lindbergh, she was the only woman that he had ever asked out on a date. In Lindbergh's autobiography, he derides womanizing pilots he met as a "barnstormer" and Army cadet, for their "facile" approach to relationships. For Lindbergh, the ideal romance was stable and long term, with a woman with keen intellect, good health and strong genes.[42] Lindbergh said his "experience in breeding animals on our farm had taught me the importance of good heredity."[43]

The couple was married on May 27, 1929, and eventually had six children: Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. (1930–1932); Jon Morrow Lindbergh (b. August 16, 1932); Land Morrow Lindbergh (b. 1937), who studied anthropology at Stanford University and married Susan Miller in San Diego; Anne Lindbergh (1940–1993); Scott Lindbergh (b. 1942); and Reeve Lindbergh (b. 1945), a writer. Lindbergh also taught his wife how to fly and did much of his exploring and charting of air routes with her.

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