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Anne (Spencer) Morrow, 1906–2001, U.S. writer (wife of Charles Augustus Lindbergh).
Charles Augustus, 1902–74, U.S. aviator: made the first solo, nonstop transatlantic flight 1927.
Contemporary Examples

This revelation turned out to be just one of many secrets that Lindbergh had kept from the world.
Charles Lindbergh’s Secret German Mistresses in Truth and Fiction Joshua Kendall April 29, 2013

When I heard that from my manager, I said, “Yeah, and I kidnapped the Lindbergh baby.”
‘She’s All That’ 15th Anniversary: Cast and Crew Reminisce About the Making of the ‘90s Classic Marlow Stern January 28, 2014

Lindbergh believed Roosevelt was dictator, a danger to democracy, intent on pushing America to war.
The Fight Over America’s Entrance to WWII Sandra McElwaine April 6, 2013

The “Crime of the Century” certainly did traumatize Lindbergh.
Charles Lindbergh’s Secret German Mistresses in Truth and Fiction Joshua Kendall April 29, 2013

When it becomes clear that nobody else will challenge Lindbergh in the next election, Winchell announces his own candidacy.
American Dreams: How Bush Shaped Our Reading of Roth’s ‘The Plot Against America’ Nathaniel Rich November 22, 2014

Historical Examples

It was just about this time, in April of 1928, that Lindbergh had to put his flying to a stiff test.
Famous Flyers David Goodger (goodger@python.org)

Youve got Lindbergh at the Nebraska flying school for a long time.
Famous Flyers David Goodger (goodger@python.org)

Lindbergh and I crawl out of our ships with parachutes strapped to us.
Test Pilot David Goodger (goodger@python.org)

But I guess that most of them are in the Lindbergh museum now.
Famous Flyers David Goodger (goodger@python.org)

The majestic Lindbergh light swept the sky, but its rays did not touch them.
Whispers at Dawn Roy J. Snell

Charles Augustus. 1902–74, US aviator, who made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic (1927)


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