Poster soliciting information on the missing son of the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh. The 20-month-old child was abducted from the family's home and was found dead over two months later, near the site of the home. The investigation of this crime was heavily covered in the media. Eventually, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was arrested, tried, and convicted of the crime, for which he was executed. He proclaimed his innocence until the end.
This item is part of a large archive of material in the Borowitz Collection concerning the kidnapping case.
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