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16. On the night of the kidnapping the baby's nursemaid, Betty Gow, made the boy this shirt to wear next to his skin for warmth. She cut out the sleeveless garment from a piece of flannel she had been saving. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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17. Betty Gow placed an additional, store-bought shirt over the one she had made. This T-shirt was one of a batch of ten that had been purchased at the same time. The other nine shirts were at the Lindbergh estate. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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18. A comparison of the known (one of the 9 remaining T-shirts at the estate) and questioned (the shirt found on the body of the child) sleeveless T-shirts. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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19. The one-piece Dr. Denton sleeping suit the baby wore on the night of the kidnapping (front view). The kidnapper mailed the laundered sleeping suit to Dr. Condon eleven days after the crime. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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20. The one-piece sleeping suit the baby wore on the night of the kidnapping (back view). In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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21. On the night of the kidnapping, Betty Gow tied a metal thumbguard to each sleeve of the child's sleeping suit. On April 1, 1932, Gow found this thumbguard on the Lindbergh estate driveway still attached to the string that had tied it to the baby's wrist. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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22. The bones (mostly foot and hand), hair follicles, toe nail, and fiber fragments in the vials, gathered by the NJSP, are from the Lindbergh baby gravesite on Mount Rose Heights, two miles from the Lindbergh estate. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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23. Vial laying down contains 1 human bone. The two standing from left to right contain 4 human bones and hair from the Lindbergh baby. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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24. From left to right the vials contain: toe nail; calcaneous bone (human heel bone); piece of wool from baby's shirt (see photo 17, above); and 4 human bones. In 2003 the Lindbergh family removed this evidence from the Lindbergh archives.

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25. A two-by-four was found wedged between two wall joists in Hauptmann's garage. The board had six holes drilled into it, five of the holes contained ransom money and the sixth, larger hole, contained a tiny, silver-colored pistol with a white plastic grip.

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26. Found in Hauptmann's home, this pair of shoes was purchased with ransom money.

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27. One-gallon shellac can found hidden in Hauptmann's garage containing $11,930 in ten and twenty dollar ransom bills.

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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA 16444
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