Will money fly for Lindbergh boyhood home?
When it comes to proposed state bonding projects, the Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site in Little Falls hardly registers a blip on the radar screen.
The Minnesota Historical Society wants $650,000 to preserve and maintain the 106-year-old boyhood home of the famous aviator — far less than the tens of millions requested by other agencies for other projects.
But in the eyes of Lindbergh historians like Charlie Pautler, site manager for the Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site, the relatively modest request doesn’t mean the project lacks significance....
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