View of Nursery in Charles Lindbergh Home
(Original Caption) Another view of the nursery in Hopewell, New Jersey, home of Col. and Mrs. Lindbergh, from where the Lindbergh infant was stolen, on the night of March 1, 1932, never to be seen again alive. Col. Lindbergh testified that yellow clay footprints were found on the rug beside the crib (shown) soon after the the child's absence was discovered.
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Bettmann / Contributor
05 January, 1935
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