Aviator Charles Lindbergh arrives in New York, United States after his solo non stop Trans Atlantic flight. Ships and boats fill New York harbor and fire boats discharge plumes of water in salute. Charles Lindbergh enters an open car, at battery park, in lower Manhattan, and proceeds with mounted police and motocycle escort, in a tickertape parade up Broadway. Charles Lindbergh rides in a convertible surrounded by mounted police. Police foot patrolmen struggle to keep spectators on sidewalks. The sky is whitened by falling confetti and tickertape. Crowd is packed elbow-to-elbow in front of New York City Hall, as Mayor James J. Walker greets Colonel Lindbergh. Charles Lindbergh speaks to the assemblage. Crowds line the sidewalks as the Lindbergh party travels by car along the streets of New York City. View of Charles Lindbergh in open cockpit of an airplane.
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