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Topic - Charles Lindbergh
Charles Lindbergh may or may not have ever landed at the wrong airport, but it turns out a photo of him landed at the wrong Chicago baseball park.
Even by the standards of the woeful Chicago Cubs, this was an unusual error.
They were more than angry, those days when Adolf Hitler devastated Europe while America fretted about non-intervention.
Undeniably popular with readers over many decades, Anne Morrow Lindbergh always has struck me as a very problematic figure. She was a skilled writer with a peculiarly seductive style that she was adept at using to take people into the strange, self-referential world that was hers, the still point of whirling celebrity and notoriety mixed with travel and genuine exploration.
Estonia will open the Baltic states' largest maritime museum in a hangar once used by Charles Lindbergh.
And while the photograph replacing the one of Lindbergh hasn't been selected yet, he said the Cubs will make absolutely sure it was taken at Wrigley.
"We are now reviewing all of the photos," he said.