Documented souvenier from Charles A. Lindbergh's famous solo Transatlantic flight. He is noted as saying that there was a fly in his cabin that kept him company and kept him awake. When he arrived in France's Le Bourget field on May 20, 1927, he captured the fly and had a Parisian craftsman bronze it as a personal souvenier. There is a supporting document file named in the upper left corner "A.P.C. 197" (Alien Property Custodian) 197 hand written over which is "FILE X 1934 X-21171...