This is the fourth in a series provided by Club historian Gil Klein.
Dig down anywhere in the National Press Club’s 110-year-history, and you will find some kind of significant event in the history of the world, the nation, Washington and the Club itself. Many of these events were caught in illustrations that tell the stories.
June 11, 1927, was an incredible day – in American history, Washington history, broadcasting history and Club history. It was the day that Charles Lindbergh arrived home from Europe after his death-defying solo flight across the Atlantic.