National Geographic : 1963 Oct
CHARLES AND ANNE LINDBERGH Flying around the North Atlantic, Anne Morrow Lindbergh (above) and her husband Charles A. Lindbergh (right) pioneered a transoceanic air route in 1933. For her service as copilot and radio operator, the Society awarded her the Hubbard Medal in 1934. The Lindberghs told their story in the September, 1934, magazine. Stopping over at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Colonel Lindbergh (right) works to moor his Lockheed 562 Sirius seaplane as Anne watches from the cockpit.