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Charles Lindbergh with the "Spirit of St. Louis" at the 35th Division enclosure, Lambert Field, 17-19 June 1927. Missouri History Museum

Charles Lindbergh with the "Spirit of St. Louis" at the Division enclosure, Lambert Field, June Missouri History Museum

Aviation legend Charles Lindbergh and his famous plane the Spirit of St Louis.

Charles Lindbergh and his famous plane the Spirit of St Louis made the first solo transatlantic flight from New York to Paris on May

[Lindbergh and Harlan "Bud" Gurney standing by plane at Lambert Field, St.Louis, Missouri]

Photo of pilot Charles Lindbergh and Harlan "Bud" Gurney standing by plane at Lambert Field, St. PHOTOGRAPHER: John M. Bud Gurney is my great grandfather! His wife, my great grandmother is still alive and kickin!

Pilot Tony Jannus and Captain Albert Berry with the Benoist-built bi-plane they used when Berry became the first person to parachute from an airplane on 1 March 1912.

Pilot Tony Jannus and Captain Albert Berry with the Benoist-built bi-plane they used when Berry became the first person to parachute from an airplane on 1 March ©Missouri History Museum

May 20, 1929: Charles Lindbergh marries Anne, daughter of Dwight W. Morrow, U. S. Ambassador to Mexico and author of an influential report on American aviation.

May Charles Lindbergh marries Anne, daughter of Dwight W. Ambassador to Mexico and author of an influential report on American aviation.

Street oiling truck at work on Union Boulevard near the entrance of Washington Terrace. Photograph probably taken between 1900 and 1910. Swekosky Notre Dame College Collection, Missouri History Museum.

Street oiling truck at work on Union Boulevard near the entrance of Washington Terrace. Photograph probably taken between 1900 and Swekosky Notre Dame College Collection, Missouri History Museum.

On a warm sunny day in 1907, photographer Charles Clement Holt set up his camera at the corner of Grand and Olive and took a picture. Employed by the Board of Public Works, Holt had one simple goal: to document the repaving of Grand Avenue. | Missouri History Museum #CapturingSTL

Bystanders observing street construction at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Olive Street.

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