Bring Me A Unicorn; Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh 1922 - 1928; 1972 Book Club Edition; book very good condition, previous owner's name inside; book cover good conditon with some fading.
Anne and Charles Lindbergh met on December 21, 1927, in Mexico City. Her father was Lindbergh's financial adviser at J. P. Morgan and Co.. He invited Lindbergh to Mexico in order to help create good relations between that country and the United States. Anne later wrote in her diary:
He is taller than anyone else—you see his head in a
anyone else's, lit with a more intense fire. ... What could I say to this boy? Anything I might say would be trivial and superficial, like pink frosting flowers. I felt the whole world before this to be frivolous, superficial, ephemeral.
Anne Morrow and Charles Lindbergh married on May 27, 1929. The ceremony was a private one at her parents' home in Englewood, New Jersey. That year, Anne flew a plane by herself for the first time. In 1930, she became the first American woman to earn a first-class glider pilot license.
In the 1930s, Anne and Charles explored and charted air routes between continents. The Lindberghs were the first to fly from Africa to South America. They explored polar air routes from North America to Asiaand Europe.