A Pioneering Partnership: Anne and Charles
May 20, 2021 | 8 - 9pm
90 years ago this July, Anne Morrow Lindbergh embarked with her husband Charles on a survey flight over northern Canada to Asia in the Lockheed Sirius Tingmissartoq. Anne's role was one of crew — she held her pilot’s license and had skilled knowledge of radio procedures, Morse code, and celestial navigation. Together, Charles and Anne explored potential air routes between North America and Asia for Pan American Airways.
Join us for a special lecture as their daughter Reeve reflects on their partnership as aviators, writers, and parents. Reeve, who has written extensively on her parents, notes: “There were wonderful years as well as tragic ones but the partnership held. It was remarkable.”
This program will be presented live on YouTube with live captioning. Register here.
The Charles A. Lindbergh Memorial Lecture is sponsored by Pratt & Whitney.