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1. Amelia turns 'career pilot' Amelia turns 'career pilot' Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Women; Occupations; Purdue University; Clippings; Magazine article, “Amelia Turns Career Pilot,” EveryWeek Magazine, editor’s proof, May 17, 1936 [article on Earhart’s position at Purdue University as consultant on careers for women; includes...

2. 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

3. 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...

4. 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...

5. 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...

6. Outline of early 99 history Outline of early 99 history Ninety-nines (Organization); Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 “Outline of Early 99 History,” as given by Ruth Nichols, written in 1938 [A history of the 99s or Ninety-Nines organization, which was formed in 1929; Earhart was elected the first president in 1931...

7. Letter, 1921 Apr. 16, to editor of Poetry Letter, 1921 Apr. 16, to editor of Poetry Poetry Letter accompanying four poems Amelia Earhart [under the pen name “Emil Harte”] submitted to Poetry magazine, April 16, 1921

8. Amelia Earhart on aircraft and needlecraft Amelia Earhart on aircraft and needlecraft Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Needlework; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Magazine cover - Needlecraft, May 1930

9. Dropping in on England Dropping in on England Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Friendship (Airplane); Southampton (England); England; Proofs; Page proofs from McCall’s Magazine of article by Amelia Earhart, “Dropping in on England,” October 1928 [signed by Dick Byrd]

10. Letter, Nov. 25, to Amelia Letter, Nov. 25, to Amelia Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence;McCall's magazine Letter, Neysa McMein (illustrator) to Amelia Earhart, regarding a portrait of Earhart for McCall’s magazine, n.d. [McMein’s portrait of AE appeared on cover of McCall’s in May 1937]

11. 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

12. Telegram, 1935 Nov. 9, to Earl Findley, Washington, D.C. Telegram, 1935 Nov. 9, to Earl Findley, Washington, D.C. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Women;Air Line Pilots Association; Telegram from Amelia Earhart to Earl Findley of the U. S. Air Services Magazine, discussing the Airline Pilots Association’s policy of denying the admission of women, November 9, 1935

13. Round-the-world flight ends in the Pacific Round-the-world flight ends in the Pacific Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Noonan, Frederick J., d. 1937; Monuments & memorials;Hawaii; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “A Round-the-World Flight Ends in the Pacific,” and “Log of Earhart’s ‘Last Stunt Flight,’” Life Magazine, July 19, 1937, Volume 3, Number 3, Pages 21-22 [contains pictures...

14. From an airplane From an airplane Poetry; Drafts of the four poems submitted by Amelia Earhart [Emil Harte] that were submitted to Poetry magazine on April 16, 1921 Poems include: My Friend;” “To M-------;” “Palm Tree;” and “From an...

15. To M-- To M-- Poetry; Drafts of the four poems submitted by Amelia Earhart [Emil Harte] that were submitted to Poetry magazine on April 16, 1921 Poems include: My Friend;” “To M-------;” “Palm Tree;” and “From an...

16. Rejection slip, 1921 May 16 Rejection slip, 1921 May 16 Poetry Rejection slip to Emil Harte [Amelia Earhart] from Harriet Monroe of Poetry magazine, “Not quite—as yet. But we consider these unusually promising. So please send us some more when you have some you...

17. Poems (drafts) Poems (drafts) Poetry; Drafts of the four poems submitted by Amelia Earhart [Emil Harte] that were submitted to Poetry magazine on April 16, 1921. Poems include: My Friend;” “To M-------;” “Palm Tree;” and “From...

18. Poems (drafts) Poems (drafts) Poetry; Drafts of the four poems submitted by Amelia Earhart [Emil Harte] that were submitted to Poetry magazine on April 16, 1921 Poems include: My Friend;” “To M-------;” “Palm Tree;” and “From an...

19. Courage Courage Poetry; Broadsides; Small broadside of the poem “Courage,” by Amelia Earhart, written before her flight across the Atlantic in 1928. The poem was first printed in “Who is Amelia Earhart?” by Marion Perkins, Survey...

20. Amelia Earhart scrapbook 14 Amelia Earhart scrapbook 14 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Awards; Air pilots; Transcontinental journeys; Women's rights; Women's suffrage; Women's education; Purdue University; Purdue University. Airport; Scrapbook kept by Amelia Earhart
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