An acclaimed writer, poet, and feminist, she actually is most widely known as the wife of famous aviator Charles Lindbergh. Her several literary works consist of Gift from the ocean, North towards the Orient, The Unicorn and Additional Poems, and Dearly Beloved Chicago. She was created in Englewood, NJ. She first fulfilled Charles while going after a qualification at Smith University. In 1930, she became the 1st woman in the us to generate a license like a glider pilot. She was an associate of the Country wide Aviation Hall of Popularity as well as the Country wide Women’s Hall of Popularity, and was also a Country wide Book Award champion. She and Charles experienced six kids: Charles Jr., Jon, Property, Anne, Scott, and Reeve. The Lindberghs’ oldest kid, Charles, Jr., was famously kidnapped and murdered mainly because a child. She wedded Charles Lindbergh on, may 27, 1929.
|1||The story of the kidnapping/murder of her eldest son, Charles Lindbergh Jr., inspired British author Agatha Christie for a murder mystery novel brought to the silver screen as Murder on the Orient Express (1974).|
|2||Children, with Charles A. Lindbergh: Charles Lindbergh Jr. (b. 1931), Jon Lindbergh (b. 1932), Land (b. 1937), Anne (b. 1940), Scott (b. 1942) and Reeve Lindbergh (b. 1945).|
|3||The Lindberghs' oldest child, Charles Lindbergh Jr., was kidnapped from their home outside Hopewell, New Jersey on March 1, 1932. After a massive investigation, his dead body was discovered the following May 12, some four miles from the Lindberghs' home. The frenzied level of press attention paid to the Lindbergh kidnapping, and subsequent trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, prompted Charles and Anne to move to England, and later to France, Switzerland, and Hawaii.|
|4||The year she married aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, she piloted her first solo flight, and was the first American woman ever to earn a glider pilot's license. Anne and Charles explored and charted air routes between continents during the 1930s. The Lindberghs were the first to fly from Africa to South America, and explored polar air routes from North America to Asia and Europe.|
|5||Graduated from Smith College in 1928.|
|6||Daughter of Dwight Whitney Morrow, a lawyer, partner at J.P. Morgan Bank, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, and Senator from New Jersey.|
|7||Following World War II, Anne wrote several books, most notably 'Gift from the Sea' in 1955.|
|American Experience||1990||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Lindbergh em Portugal||1933||Documentary||Herself (uncredited)|
|Forensic Files||2007||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|American Justice Set||2000||Video documentary||Herself|
|The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History||1999||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|Project XX||1959||TV Series documentary||Herself - Lindbergh's Wife|
|Look to Lockheed for Leadership||1940||Documentary short||Herself|
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|1||On experience: At our age we can get rid of a lot of superficials. Vanity for one thing. We can relax in whatever is becoming and comfortable. We don't have to be "house-proud" and struggle over our possessions. Many of our duties to family, to town or country have dropped. We are freer now to do what we want. We can choose our pleasures, without guilt, be ourselves without pretense.|
|2||On solitude: Certain springs are tapped only when we are alone. Women need solitude in order to find again the true essence of themselves; that firm strand which will be the indispensable center of a whole web of human relationships.|
|3||On friendship: One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay "in kind" somewhere else in life.|
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