1½ pages, 4to, ink on pale blue paper, receipt stamp at top of first page, original envelope, matted and framed. Unexamined out of frame. Acknowledging a letter with "...dates on our projected meeting in France in connection with Business Jets and the 'Falcon,'" explaining that the meeting is on his birthday "and there is nothing I dislike much more than birthday celebrations -- especially that awful song! (The only anniversary O manage to keep is Christmas - when there are children around)..."; [With]: Three envelopes: one postmarked June 1927, signed by Lindbergh; a 1962 "John Glenn visits United Nations" cover, signed by Glenn; a 1969 First-day Cover signed by moon-walk astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong, framed together; a witty TLS frm Prince Philip, 1978, framed; a commemmorative print of a Moon-landing stamp, signed by Neil Armstrong and James McDivitt; an unsigned print. Together 6 items. (6) " /> LINDBERGH, CHARLES, <I>Aviator</I>. Autograph letter signed to Juan Trippe, President of Pan American Airways, Bordeaux, 20 December 1963, <I>4 full pages, written on rectos only,</I> excellent technical report on test flights of the prototype Pan-Am Dessault <I>Mystere</I>: "...[R]esults...were highly satisfactory. Present stall charactistics...are still very good...I am much impressed with the appearance of the plane...The lines are good and the cabin and cockpit well designed. It has a good 'feel' for both pilot and passengers and showed no dangerous tendencies during the stall tests...This is an attractive plane...I arranged for the drag chute to be released on the second landing...The question of a drag chute vs. thrust reversers is somewhat complicated...For a plane that I was to operate myself, I would not want thrust-reversers...[but] many pilots on flights including the use of marginal-length air-strips will argus strongly for thrust-reversers..." -- LINDBERGH. Autograph letter signed to Jim Taylor, Vice President, Pan-American Airways, Washington, D.C. 1 January 1965, <I>1½ pages, 4to, ink on pale blue paper, receipt stamp at top of first page, original envelope, matted and framed.</I> Unexamined out of frame. Acknowledging a letter with "...dates on our projected meeting in France in connection with Business Jets and the 'Falcon,'" explaining that the meeting is on his birthday "and there is nothing I dislike much more than birthday celebrations -- especially that awful song! (The only anniversary O manage to keep is Christmas - when there are children around)..."; [<I>With</I>]: Three envelopes: one postmarked June 1927, signed by Lindbergh; a 1962 "John Glenn visits United Nations" cover, signed by Glenn; a 1969 First-day Cover signed by moon-walk astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong, <I>framed together</I>; a witty TLS frm Prince Philip, 1978, <I>framed</I>; a commemmorative print of a Moon-landing stamp, signed by Neil Armstrong and James McDivitt; an unsigned print. <I>Together 6 items.</I> (6) | Christie's