Lindbergh Words and Wings

May 18, 2017 | 8:00pm
Presented Online | Museum in Washington, DC
Free, Tickets Required

This lecture will be webcast on Air and Space Live.

This May marks the 90th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh’s epic solo flight from New York to Paris in the Spirit of St. Louis. Join us for this special lecture, as Reeve Lindbergh honors her incredible mother and father, both of whom had a lasting impact on aviation. Following Charles’s history-making 1927 flight, he and Anne Morrow Lindbergh flew pioneering survey flights together in the 1930s that led to today’s airline routes. Their daughter Reeve will offer heartfelt thoughts on her parents and their own writings about their flying adventures throughout their lifetimes, and will also share written words of her own to tie it all together.

Tickets for this lecture are free and must be reserved in advance. Request tickets for this lecture using the form below. 

This lecture is made possible by the generous support of United Technologies Corporation and Pratt & Whitney. 

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