LINDBERGH, Anne Spencer (Morrow) [1906-2001] -- American aviatrix and writer
Wife of Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-74), and daughter of Dwight Whitney Morrow (1873-1931). A prize winner for her literary work at Smith College, she resumed writing after her marriage, and is the author of: North to the Orient (1935), Listen, the Wind (1938), The Wave of the Future (1940), and The Steep Assent (1944).
She was the first woman to receive the
National Geographic Society's highst award, the Hubbard Medal (1934),
for her work as copilot and radio operator accompanying
her husband in a 4000 mile flight over five continents.
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- SpiritSite.com Anne Morrow Lindbergh index (Anne Lindbergh book excerpts) excerpts from "Gifts from the Sea"
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- Garden State Woman Magazine: TRAVEL
- Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Biography
- The American Experience | Lindbergh | Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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- Women in Aviation: Biography of Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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