People, Jun. 14, 1954

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Browsing through the Library of Congress, which houses the original drafts of Brigadier General Charles A. Lindbergh's Pulitzer prizewinning bestseller, The Spirit of St. Louis, a, Scripps-Howard reporter discovered one reason why Lindbergh turned out to be so fine an autobiographer. His wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, is as able a literary coach as she is a poetaster and travelogist (North to the Orient). Among Lindbergh's hand-written manuscripts, on which he labored through 14 years of war and peace, are many deft bits of...

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