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1. Stenobook pages, "Rangoon" Stenobook pages, "Rangoon" Flights around the world; Stenobook pages—Amelia Earhart’s notes “Rangoon” On reverse: 2 – (Rangoon cont’d—after few hours). Original notes by Amelia Earhart while she was en route to be used in her book, World Flight,...

2. Transport pilot's rating authority Transport pilot's rating authority Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Licenses; Transport pilot’s rating authority license, October 15, 1930

3. Miss Earhart gets welcome in this city Miss Earhart gets welcome in this city Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “Miss Earhart Gets Welcome in This City,” Coatesville Record, Coatesville, Pennsylvania, August 2, 1934

4. Landing sites in Ras al Hadd Landing sites in Ras al Hadd Arrivals & departures; Runways (Aeronautics); Flights around the world Maps, notes, and diagrams of landing sites in Ras al Hadd. Circa 1937

5. Letter, 1937 March 2, Sydney, Australia, to Colonel Hodgson, Canberra, F.C.T. Letter, 1937 March 2, Sydney, Australia, to Colonel Hodgson, Canberra, F.C.T. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937;Flights around the world;Arrivals & departures;Salamaua (Papua New Guinea) Pierrepont Moffat, American Consul General in Sydney, Australia, letter to Colonel W. R. Hodgson, Secretary of the Department of External Affairs in Canberra, suggesting that Amelia Earhart land at Salamaua,...

6. Amelia Earhart's new flight Amelia Earhart's new flight Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Women; Occupations; Purdue University; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “Amelia Earhart’s New Flight: The Noted Aviatrix Ventures Not Across the Ocean Nor on a Transcontinental Hop, But Takes Off on an Expedition Into the Realm of Academics to Show...

7. U.S. Coast Guard official dispatch, 1937 July 2 U.S. Coast Guard official dispatch, 1937 July 2 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Itasca (Ship); U.S. Coast Guard Dispatch, Operator’s Record, stating that Itasca heard Earhart’s plane at 2:48 and 2:55, July 2, 1937 [3:18am Howland Time]

8. Letter, circa 1937 Aug. 2, Hamilton, Ont., to George Palmer Putnam, New York City Letter, circa 1937 Aug. 2, Hamilton, Ont., to George Palmer Putnam, New York City Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Putnam, George Palmer, 1887-1950--Correspondence Letter, T. Lacey to George Palmer Putnam, probably August 2, 1937 (or later)

9. Notes on Carrion Notes on Carrion Poetry; Notes for a poem Earhart was translating (“Carrion”), n.d. [2 pages] “The vulture is kind; Life is merciless…merciless life lays in the burning sun”

10. Notes on the effects of war and hunger on others Notes on the effects of war and hunger on others War; Starvation; Notes on the effects of war and hunger on others, ca. 1919 [2 pages] “The beliefs and reactions of youth usually impacted … the war’s effects upon… the value of exposing my 22 year old ego lies...

11. Thrill Thrill "Thrill," ca.1935 [2 pages] "On my recent flight from Hawaii, I had been so busy with my motor, fuel supply, instruments and radio that I had given no thought to myself or the world around me. When the...

12. On what a pilot eats On what a pilot eats Air pilots; Eating & drinking; “On what a pilot eats,” ca. 1935-1937 [2 pages] “A question I’m asked frequently concerns what a pilot eats on long flights. This aspect of “aeronautical housekeeping” particularly interests...

13. Stenobook pages, "Strong head winds again" Stenobook pages, "Strong head winds again" Flights around the world; Stenobook pages—Amelia Earhart’s notes “Strong head winds again” [arithmetical calculations on reverse]. Original notes by Amelia Earhart while she was en route to be used in her book, World Flight,...

14. Stenobook pages, " 3 still raining" Stenobook pages, " 3 still raining" Flights around the world; Stenobook pages—Amelia Earhart’s notes “3 still raining” On reverse: “4 – could only guess.” Original notes by Amelia Earhart while she was en route to be used in her book, World Flight,...

15. Stenobook pages, "5 no fat people" Stenobook pages, "5 no fat people" Flights around the world; Stenobook pages—Amelia Earhart’s notes “5 no fat people” On reverse: on mats. Original notes by Amelia Earhart while she was en route to be used in her book, World Flight, ca. 1937

16. Stenobook pages, "Tribnews London, by scheduled plane" Stenobook pages, "Tribnews London, by scheduled plane" Flights around the world; Stenobook pages—Amelia Earhart’s notes “Tribnews. London – by scheduled plane” On reverse: drained. even ditches. Original notes by Amelia Earhart while she was en route to be used in her book,...

17. In the living voice of Amelia Earhart In the living voice of Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Books; Clippings; Book Review for Last Flight, “In the Living Voice of Amelia Earhart,” by Blair Niles, New York Herald Tribune, Section X, November 28, 1937, p.1, 2

18. Amelia and group welcomed at Boston airport Amelia and group welcomed at Boston airport Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs;Gordon, Lou;Stultz, Wilmer; Flowers; Boston (Mass.); Massachusetts Amelia Earhart with Lou Gordon, Wilmer Stultz, and an unidentified man, welcomed at the Boston airport by the city of Boston, Massachusetts, July 9, 1928

19. Take to air, woman flier urges her sex Take to air, woman flier urges her sex Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Denison House (Boston, Mass.); Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “’Take to Air,’ Woman Flier Urges Her Sex,” article states that Earhart “is believed to be the only licensed air pilot in New England, and the only woman pilot officially...

20. Amelia Earhart heard by Wednesday Morning Club Amelia Earhart heard by Wednesday Morning Club Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “Amelia Earhart Heard by Wednesday Morning Club,” Daily Sentinel, Rome, New York, October 8, 1934
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