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Sue
Father of Porcelain Dentistry
Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:10
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Do you come from a family of doctors, dentists, and inventors?

If you don't, how could you possibly know how that level of a scientific mind thinks?

When Charles Lindbergh had to identify his son, he was approaching the horrible ideal from a scientific point of view.

Lindbergh spent a lot of hours with his grandfather.

Dr. Charles H. Land is considered "the Father of Porcelain Dentistry."

Read A. Scott Berg, photo opposite page 180:

"Charles H. Land--Lindbergh's maternal grandfather--known as the "Father of Porcelain Dentistry"---taught young Charles that "Science is the key to all mystery."

Lindbergh did not need to be educated by anyone about dental development.

    • Re: Father of Porcelain DentistryJoe for Sue, Tue Mar 14 12:29
      Great post Sue, and I've shared your thoughts on Michael's board. "Many thanks to Sue Campbell for her valuable perspective on the subject of Lindbergh examining the teeth of the body in the morgue... more
      • 1999 PBS SpecialSue for Joe, Tue Mar 14 15:52
        A transcript of a 1999 PBS Special about the life of Lindbergh includes Reeve Lindbergh's comments on her father examining the teeth of his baby son at the morgue in 1932: "I thought, "My God, how... more
      • Re: Father of Porcelain DentistryJoe for All, Tue Mar 14 12:35
        Sorry, I meant to say I've shared Sue's post along with my thoughts on the subject.
    • Re: Father of Porcelain DentistrySue, Tue Mar 14 10:14
      "horrible ordeal" was meant. (Words get changed digitally if not checked!)
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