Charles Lindbergh with Curtiss P-1 B Airplane at Ford Airport, August 1927

Summary

In August of 1927, pilot Charles Lindbergh flew his Spirit of St. Louis to Dearborn, Michigan. The pair had become famous just months earlier for completing the first non-stop New York to Paris flight. Lindbergh posed in front of a Curtiss airplane at Ford Airport as part of the celebration during his visit.

In August of 1927, pilot Charles Lindbergh flew his Spirit of St. Louis to Dearborn, Michigan. The pair had become famous just months earlier for completing the first non-stop New York to Paris flight. Lindbergh posed in front of a Curtiss airplane at Ford Airport as part of the celebration during his visit.

Material

Linen (Material)
Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Length: 7.75 in

Width: 11.25 in

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