When Lindbergh came to town . . .

Photo: Library and Archives Canada via Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain

The $400,000 photograph that was taken by Edward N. Jackson shows the disabled Junkers airplane on Greenly Island.

Ninety years ago, on April 24, 1928, American aviator Charles Lindbergh made his only visit to Quebec City. This sensational happening occurred as part of a sequence of events which produced some memorable photographs.