Charles Lindbergh traveling to New York and arrival there where he is welcomed by huge crowd after his record Paris flight
New York City USA Date:1927, June 13 Duration:5 min 27 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh with American aviators Richard Evelyn Byrd and Clarence Chamberlain before his flight to Paris. Charles Lindbergh in cockpit of aircraft. After his successful nonstop transatlantic flight, Lindbergh is seen arriving at Mitchel field from Washington. Charles Lindbergh is whisked by car quickly to another waiting flying boat biplane aircraft and he boards the rear of two seats. Aerial view of many steam ships and smaller boats seen at harbor near New York City to welcome Lindbergh. Passenger ferry with name "Bear Mountain" is seen. Amphibious plane landing. Charles Lindbergh and officials aboard the Macom, the yacht of the Mayor of New York City. View from on board the Macom as the yacht, flanked by scores of other steam and sailing ships and ferries heads for the Battery at New York City. Aerial view of city near Battery of Manhattan, with areas filled with crowds. Crowd and ticker tape parade in streets of New York City to welcome him. Views of ticker tape parade from various heights and angles. Charles Lindbergh speaking into microphone at City Hall.
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