May 12, 1932: The body of aviation hero Charles Lindbergh’s baby is found, more than two months after he was kidnapped from his family’s Hopewell, New Jersey mansion.
Charles Lindbergh Jr., the "Lindbergh baby", who was kidnapped and murdered in 1932
Calvin Coolidge presents Charles Lindbergh the Congressional Medal of Honor for his first trans-Atlantic flight.
Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh
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.
Charles Lindbergh crosses the Atlantic in 33 hours, 1927.
Born on February 4, 1902, in Detroit, Michigan, Charles Lindbergh completed the first solo transatlantic flight in his plane Spirit of St. Louis.
Charles Lindbergh, The Spirit of St. Louis
Charles Lindbergh at Candler Field after flying the Spirit of St. Louis over downtown Atlanta in 1927.