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United States aviator who in 1927 made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean (1902-1974)

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The plane, which came to the air fair from the Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnville, was used in one leg of the first transcontinental passenger flight from San Diego to New York, with such famous passengers as Charles Lindberg and Amelia Earhart.
Grandmother told me how Charles Lindberg got the name Lucky Lindy for being the first person to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, a year before I was born.
Louis character, the aviator Charles Lindberg, was mounted to mark the 75th anniversary of his trans-Atlantic flight in The Spirit of St.
Two other Spielberg directing projects, "Memoirs of a Geisha," initially skedded to shoot in January this year, and a Charles Lindberg biopic have no start dates at all.
Portraits of America's symbols who have graced the covers of Time the last 75 years - from Charles Lindberg to Raquel Welch to Ronald Reagan - will be on display at the Reagan Library through Nov.
Nassimi Realty LLC has completed the purchase of an 77,800 s/f, one story office building located at 100 Charles Lindberg Boulevard in Uniondale, New York, in Nassau County.
To provide a voice, Tam transforms the historical figure of Charles Lindberg from the media's image of the famed flier to a more introspective observer of intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and philosophical issues.
Grace was born in Worcester on November 24, 1912, the daughter of Elvira and Charles Lindberg.
Mr Fry, who commended them for following in the footsteps of pioneers like Charles Lindberg, said: 'I admire them so much.
But the public and media made a celebrity of her and called her ``Lady Lindy,'' female counterpart of Charles Lindberg, the first person to fly across the Atlantic.
Herbert Hoover was president, Albert Einstein announced his Theory of Relativity, and a young daredevil named Charles Lindberg flew his flimsy, single-engine airplane all the way across the Atlantic.
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