Aeronautics: Lindberghs Fly

In the year since he lost his first son Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh has kept himself intensely busy. Almost every day he drives into Manhattan from the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Dwight Morrow, in Englewood, N. J. where he and his wife and son Jon have been living. Several days a week he spends in the office of Pan American Airways, on the 42nd floor of Manhattan's Chanin Building, poring over blueprints, charts, tables, operations reports. He makes frequent trips to the Sikorsky plant at Bridgeport, Conn. and the Glenn L. Martin...

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