The Lindbergh kidnapping case was the biggest story in the world at that time, and anything related to it will appeal to collectors.
- Fact 1: 20-month old Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. was kidnapped from his parents' home on March 1, 1932 in what would be called the "story of the century".
- Fact 2: German immigrant Bruno Hauptmann was arrested and charged with the kidnapping, and after a month-long public trial was executed on April 3, 1936.
- Fact 3: Lindbergh paid a $50,000 ransom for the return of his son, unaware that the child had been killed nearly a month earlier.
- Fact 4: In response to the Lindbergh case, the US Congress passed a law making interstate kidnapping a federal crime in 1932.
- Fact 5: The outcome of the case remains controversial to this day, and these documents seem to suggest that Bruno Hauptmann may have been framed by a friend.