This collection contains three letters, dated April 24, June 7, and July 7, 1944, handwritten by Charles A. Lindbergh, Coronado, California and the South Pacific, to Paul S. Baker, Engineering Division, Chance Vought Aircraft Corporation, Stratford, Connecticut. He discusses the performance, design, and mechanical problems of the Corsair F4U fighter plane. Also enclosed are two letters dated April 11 and April 18, 1944, from U.S. Marine Corps officers to Lindbergh about problems with the Corsair F4U. Two copies of the Air Power History publication, (Volume 46, Number 2, Summer 1999 and Volume 49, Number 2, Summer 2002) feature articles about Lindbergh and are included with this collection. are included with this
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Gift of Paul Baker, Williamsburg, Virginia, on January 5, 1993. Originally Mss. Acc. 1993.01.