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The Spirit of St. Louis
Aviator Charles Lindbergh recruited Hall to design an airplane that could fly across the Atlantic. The two men created the aircraft in 60 days and Lindbergh's historic flight took place on May 20, 1927.
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I knew Donald Hall designed the Spirit, but didn’t know he went to Pratt.
What a magnificent achievement to be the designer of the plane that took Charles Lindbergh on the first solo trans-Atlantic fight to France. I lived on Long Island, where he took off from, for over 60 years and waited in vain for them to erect a museum to commemorate this great feat. Instead, they built a shopping mall with a plaque in a department store stating “Lindbergh took off from this spot!!”. You have to go to San Diego where the plane was built to see a museum and a proper acknowledgement of Donald Hall’s and Charles Lindbergh ‘s great place in American history. Shame on your shortsightedness, Long Island. Thank you Pratt Institute for recognizing this great feat.
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