Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Photos: Lindbergh Day at Hartness Airport

Springfield Airport Commission members Bruce Johnson and Peter MacGillivray chat with Reeve Lindbergh Tripp in the Hartness Airport terminal building following ceremonies honoring her father Charles Lindbergh who landed his history-making airplane in Springfield 90 years ago today.

Marion Harlow was one of the children in the crowd of 30,000 welcoming Lindbergh to Vermont on July 26, 1927.

Don Whitney shows some old photos.  As a young boy, he witnessed Lindbergh landing his famous plane "The Spirit of St. Louis" in North Springfield.

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