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1. Paramaribo to Vera Cruz Paramaribo to Vera Cruz Paramaribo (Surinam); Africa;Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave, Mexico); Mexico Paramaribo to Vera Cruz. "To Maturin 657 mi., 4:23; to Maracaibo 582 mi., 3:53; to Panama 552 mi., 3:43; to Managua 510 mi., 3:24; to Vera Cruz 626 mi., 5:31. Navigation data by Clarence S. Williams, consultant...

2. Amelia Earhart scrapbook 19 Amelia Earhart scrapbook 19 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937. Last flight; Air pilots; Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974; Transcontinental journeys; Flights around the world; Aircraft accidents; Scrapbook kept by Amelia Earhart and George Palmer Putnam

3. Amelia with group of men, 1928 Amelia with group of men, 1928 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs; Balchen, Bernt, 1899-1973;Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 1888-1957; Stultz, Wilmer; Gordon, Lou; Eielson, Carl Benjamin, 1897-1929; Chamberlin, Clarence D.; Wilkins, George H. (George Hubert), Sir, 1888-1958 Standing, left to right: Ben Eielson (Carl B. Eielson?), Hubert Wilkins, Dick Byrd, Clarence D. Chamberlin, Bernt Balchen; Seated, left to right: Wilmer Stultz, Amelia Earhart, and Lou Gordon, New York...

4. Ace-high dishes Ace-high dishes Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Magazine article, “Ace-High Dishes: Amelia Earhart, Feminine Ace of the Air, Takes a Successful Flyer in Waffles and Sunday Night Suppers,” This Week, October 4, 1936

5. 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

6. Amelia Earhart declares aviators are not thrill seekers Amelia Earhart declares aviators are not thrill seekers Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, 'Amelia Earhart Declares Aviators Are Not Thrill Seekers,' Huntington Herald Press, ca. 1930s

7. Boston-Maine Airways, Inc., takes air again in year-round service Boston-Maine Airways, Inc., takes air again in year-round service Boston-Maine Airways, Inc.; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Airline industry; Clippings; Article, “Boston-Maine Airways, Inc., Takes Air Again in Year-Round Service: Airway Subsidiary of Boston and Maine Railroad and Maine Central Railroad Resumes Service with Amelia Earhart Actively Engaged...

8. Postcard, 1935 Apr. 20, to Amelia Earhart Postcard, 1935 Apr. 20, to Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Santos Reyes Nopala (Mexico); Mexico; Postcards; Postcard from Samuel Salinas to Amelia Earhart, of the “Capilla de Santa Fe y Hospital Casa de la Esperanza, Nopala, de Villagran,” April 20, 1935. Note on the back: “On leaving Nopala you flew just...

9. Central Pacific Ocean islands between 160 degrees east & 150 degrees west longitude Central Pacific Ocean islands between 160 degrees east & 150 degrees west longitude Howland Island;Islands of the Pacific Map of Central Pacific Ocean Islands. In lower right-hand corner: "979." At bottom of map: "London, published at the Admiralty 14 Feby. 1884 under the superintendence of Captain Sir Frederick J. Evans...

10. Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertisement featuring Amelia Earhart Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertisement featuring Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Advertisements; Cigarettes; Illustrations; Lucky Strike Cigarettes color advertisement featuring Amelia Earhart, 1928. Annotated in handwriting at top: “Is this the face of a Lady! What Price Glory!”

11. 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...

12. Ruth Nichols' wings clipped Ruth Nichols' wings clipped Nichols, Ruth, 1901-1960; Air pilots; Clippings; Magazine article, “Ruth Nichols’ Wings Clipped,” Inside Stuff, February 20, 1932, pp. 4, 34. [Nichols is on the cover of the magazine; Article states that Nichols was obsessed with the delusion that...

13. Frend bilong mi Frend bilong mi Pamphlets; Religious pamphlet in pidgin English [?], “Frend bilong mi,” Peper 9, Yar I, n.d. [by Alfred Ase, Ulingan ?] [From Last Flight: “My only purchase at Lae besides gasoline has been a dictionary of...

14. Fledermause und Blumen Fledermause und Blumen Botany; Botanical journal reprint Flora: Oder Allgemeine Botanische Zeitung, Dr. O. Renner, “Fledermause und Blumen” by L. van der Pijl, circa 1935-1936 [written in Dutch]

15. Heroes' wives meet at end of road Heroes' wives meet at end of road Noonan, Frederick J., d. 1937, Mrs.;Kingsford-Smith, Charles Edward, $c Sir, $d 1897-1935; Noonan, Frederick J., d. 1937;Kingsford-Smith, Mary; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “Heroes’ Wives Meet at End of Road: Lady Kingsford-Smith visits Oakland—Meets Mrs. Fred Noonan,” Tribune (California?), August 6, 1937

16. Amelia Earhart's lone victory Amelia Earhart's lone victory Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Clippings; Article,"Amelia Earhart's Lone Victory," The Vote: The Organ of the Women's Freedom League

17. America's great women : Amelia Earhart, who spanned an ocean and won a world America's great women : Amelia Earhart, who spanned an ocean and won a world Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Magazine covers; Prints; Periodical illustrations; Mounted cover of McCalls Magazine featuring portrait of Earhart by Neysa McMein, May 1937

18. Amelia Earhart's lone victory Amelia Earhart's lone victory Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Clippings; The Vote: The Organ of the Women’s Freedom League, “Amelia Earhart’s Lone Victory,” May 27, 1932

19. Rough sketch of weather systems Rough sketch of weather systems Weather Rough sketch of weather systems with dashed line representing flight track and positions at 3:45, 5:30, and 4:30 EST, n.d. Annotated on back: “1928 Atlantic Flight 8”

20. Two men posing by Earhart's Electra Two men posing by Earhart’s Electra Lockheed Electra; Fasher (Sudan); Africa; Photographic prints; Two men posing by Earhart’s Electra plane, El Fasher, Sudan, ca. 1937 [On reverse: Flit-gun wielders for fumigation] [small photograph, 2 copies]
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