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Title: Anna Hauptmann

Description: Anna Hauptmann (November 19, 1898-October 10, 1994), wife of Bruno Richard Hauptmann (November 26, 1899-April 3, 1936), a German-born carpenter, executed in the electric chair in 1934 for the 1932 kidnapping and murder of Charles Augustus Lindberg, Jr., infant son of American aviator hero Charles A. Lindbergh (Charles Augustus Lindbergh; February 4, 1902-August 26, 1974); she spent the next sixty years of her life insisting her husband was innocent; the baby was kidnapped from the nursery of his home in East Amell, near Hopewell, New Jersey, on March 31 and held for a fortune in ransom; the baby's mother was author Anne Morrow Lindbergh (Anne Spencer Morrow; June 22, 1906-2- February 7, 2001); the baby's body was found near the home on May 12, cause of death a massive skull facture; after a two-year search for the kidnapper-killer, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was arrested and charged with the kidnapping and murder; after a lengthy and sensational trial, he was convicted and executed in the electric chair on April 3, 1936; the kidnapping and murder was called "The crime of the century;" Charles A. Lindbergh, "Lucky Lindy," "The Lone Eagle," became internationally famous for his solo flight across the Atlantic to Paris May 20-21, 1927;

Location: Bronx County, New York, 1934

Category: Aviation

Keywords: abductions, aviation pioneers, aviators, Crime of the century, Bruno Richard Hauptmann, kidnappings, Charles A. Lindbergh, The Lone Eagle, Lucky Lindy, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, capital punishment, executions, homicides, murders, ransoms, 1930s, Great Depression, pilots.

Orientation: Vertical

Dimensions: 1200 x 3895 (4.67 MPixels) (3.25)

Print Size: 10.2 x 33.0 cm; 4.0 x 13.0 inches

File Size: 13.39 MB (14,037,810 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000096469

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection

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