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bob mills for sue
the only kidnapping (that night)
Sun Oct 1, 2017 04:19
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Great find, Sue. I'm amazed at how you come up with this stuff.

This shows not only that kidnapping was commonplace in 1932, but that people from "flyover country" resent East Coast/West Coast ways. Among those ways is the deification of icons like Lindy. Of course, the irony is that Lindy was himself born and raised in flyover country, and hated the media every bit as much as this letter-writer obviously did.

  • Other Kids Were AbductedSue for Bob, Sat Sep 30 11:09
    Well, Bob, you are right. This anonymous letter that sits in the Hoboken Historical Museum shows the frustration other people felt that so much attention was being paid to the Lindbergh's child and... more
    • the only kidnapping (that night) — bob mills for sue, Sun Oct 1 04:19
    • Not AnonymousSue for Bob, Sat Sep 30 11:17
      There is a signature on the letter, but no return address. http://hoboken.pastperfectonline.com/archive/04BAE9D6-D41C-4251-BE30-793468730887
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