1927 Lindbergh's Trans-Atlantic Flight #C10

1927 Lindbergh's Trans-Atlantic Crossing #C10
The world rejoiced when Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh completed the first solo transatlantic crossing aboard the Spirit of St. Louis, the single-engine plane he piloted on a non-stop, 33½ -hour flight from New York to Paris. To mark this historic event, the Post Office Department agreed to issue a special airmail stamp - the first time a living American was honored.

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