New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Third printing. Hardcover. Inscribed by the author. Third printing; first published in 1974. xxvi, 351 pages. Hardcover, bound in blue and light-gray cloth, with a brown and white jacket. Quarter-inch closed tear to top edge of jacket's front panel. Book and jacket are fresh and sound. Item #880
The third of Lindbergh's five volumes of diaries; this one covers the aftermath of her son's kidnapping and death, the trial, numerous flights with her husband across the Atlantic, and the family's move from the United States to England. Inscribed by the author in blue ink on the title page, "For Senator Kirchner - with my/sincere thanks and good wishes/Anne Morrow Lindbergh./October - 1979". William G. Kirchner was a Minnesota state legislator and banker. Jacket enclosed in a clear, archival-quality, removable protective cover.