GRIME: Evidence


In 1911, Charles Augustus Lindbergh of Little Falls, Minn, was in Congress. Like many of his colleagues, he sometimes took his 9-year-old son and namesake on the floor of the House. There he usually entrusted the yellow-haired youngster to his favorite doorkeeper, Sam Foley. The War came and Pacifist Representative Lindbergh was retired to private life and Sam Foley returned to his home in New York's Bronx to study law.

Last week Son Lindbergh and Doorkeeper Foley met again under very different circumstances. Col. Lindbergh arrived at a side entrance to the...

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