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ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH

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INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY CHARLES LINDBERGH, WITH AN AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD SIGNED BY ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH LAID IN

LINDBERGH, Anne Morrow. The Steep Ascent. New York, 1944.

First edition, inscribed by Charles Lindbergh: "To John Oldrin and Gin Oldrin, from their friend, Charles A. Lindbergh." With an autograph postcard signed "Anne" by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, mentioning "working like mad to get my book into galleys" laid in. $3200.

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INSCRIBED BY BOTH ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH
AND CHARLES LINDBERGH

LINDBERGH, Anne Morrow. North to the Orient. New York, 1935.

First edition of Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s account of her journey to Alaska and along the Arctic Circle to Russia, China and Japan. Inscribed on the half title: “For Mayor and Mrs. Theodore J. Koenig, from Anne Morrow Lindbergh” and beneath his wife’s inscription Charles Lindbergh has signed, “Charles A. Lindbergh. Long Barn, 1936.” $2900.

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BEAUTIFULLY INSCRIBED BY ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH

LINDBERGH, Anne Morrow. Bring Me a Unicorn. New York, 1972.

First edition, second printing, of Anne Morrow Lindbergh's highly praised early memoir, beautifully inscribed on the title page to her close neighbors and friends, "For Jinny and John Oldrin (The beginning of an old story: The introduction may amuse you and the early excitement of flying the early days) with warm feelings and neighborliness, from Anne," featuring 24 pages of illustrations. $1100.

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INSCRIBED BY ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH

LINDBERGH, Anne Morrow. Unicorn and Other Poems. New York, 1956.

First trade edition, issued simultaneously with a signed limited edition, signed by her on the title page. additionally inscribed and signed by her in the month after publication to her good friend and neighbor, "For John Oldrin, with grateful thoughts from Anne Lindbergh, October 1956, Scotts Cove." $650.

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