Anne Morrow Lindbergh on: Their Marriage in Englewood
Q: You were married quietly in Englewood.
AML: Yes, in Englewood, yes, that's right.
Q: But then the honeymoon. What was that like?
AML: That was really not fun at all. It was not private. I suppose somebody in
the family told and so we were chased by planes. And we went out into open
water and I think that discouraged the planes and the photographers and so
forth. Anyway it was awfully rough. I don't get sea-sick but it was a very
rough exit and all the dishes on the wall fell down and so forth but it did
shake the reporters.
Q: That wasn't the first instance of sort of being harried.
AML: No, I remember when we went out in the car from Englewood. We went over
somebody's wall, I think, just a low wall, or through a fence or something to
escape reporters. It seems simply ridiculous now. But he was a great hero of
the time .