Charles Lindbergh Baby kidnapping Case
487 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. covering the Charles Lindbergh baby kidnapping case. Files consists chiefly of a 405 page report written in 1934, summarizing the 28,500 pages of FBI information generated by the case, and a 30 page summary report following the arrest of Bruno Richard Hauptmann for the kidnapping and murder. The report includes an overview and chronology of the case. Coverage includes Lindbergh's employees, physical evidence, ransom notes and money, suspects, known and unknown, including Al Capone. Hauptmann was convicted on February 13, 1935, and executed on April 3rd, 1936.