National Affairs: In Manhattan

The wave of emotion upon which the country was uplifted by the Charles Augustus Lindbergh flight had subsided last week to a long ground swell of memory, stirred into wavelets only here and there by public orators. At Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., there was a sudden swirl of excitement when Col. Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis dropped down unexpectedly in person, returning unannounced from Canada's Diamond Jubilee (TIME, July 4).

Police smuggled the flyer across the Hudson River, through Manhattan and out to quiet Sands Point, L. I. There, guest of Harry...

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