Map Showing the Overland and Overseas Flights of Charles A. Lindbergh
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This is a pictorial celebrating Lindbergh's Transatlantic flight. It traces Lindbergh's flying career from his 1923 first solo flight at Americus, Georgia, to the delivery of his now world-renowned airplane The Spirit of St. Louis to the Smithsonian Institution in 1928. Each of Lindbergh's flights is traced by a line consisting of arrows illustrating the direction of the flight and other notations, as well as different colors to allow for route identification.