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1. 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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3. Ruth Nichols may fly ocean with back in a plaster cast Ruth Nichols may fly ocean with back in a plaster cast Nichols, Ruth, 1901-1960; Air pilots; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, “Ruth Nichols May Fly Ocean with Back in a Plaster Cast,” New York World Telegram, August 15, 1931 [article about Nichols’ spine injury and her plans to be the first woman to...

4. May fly to Australia, Mrs. Amelia Putnam plans not completed May fly to Australia, Mrs. Amelia Putnam plans not completed Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Australia “May Fly to Australia, Mrs. Amelia Putnam Plans Not Completed,” The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, December 16, 1936 [photocopy of transcript]

5. Letter, 1937 June 17, Singapore, to Miss Earhart, Singapore Letter, 1937 June 17, Singapore, to Miss Earhart, Singapore Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Flights around the world Letter, Monnett B. Davis, Foreign Service of U.S.A., American Consul General to Amelia Earhart, authorizations to fly over Johore, Kedah and Perlis, June 17, 1937 [includes enclosure regarding authorization...

6. Letter, 1928 July 10, New York, to Miss Earhart Letter, 1928 July 10, New York, to Miss Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Roger Batchelder, The Boston Globe staff, typed letter to Amelia Earhart thanking her for being a “good sport” with the press and allowing him to fly with her to Boston, July 10, 1928. Letterhead reads:...

7. Telegram, 1928 June 22, London, to Sidney B. Veit, Paris Telegram, 1928 June 22, London, to Sidney B. Veit, Paris Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Paris (France) Amelia Earhart telegram to Sidney B. Veit, “Stultz and Gordon may fly Paris. If so will notify you,” June 22, 1928

8. 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...

9. Telegram, 1932 May 32, New York, to Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 32, New York, to Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Ruth Nichols telegraph to Amelia Earhart, “You beat me to it on the ocean for the second time but it was a splendid job,” May 21, 1932 [Nichols’ hopes to become the first woman to fly the Atlantic...

10. Telegram, 1932 May 22, Cramlington, NY, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 22, Cramlington, NY, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Amy Johnson and Jim Mollison telegraph to Amelia Earhart, “Delighted to fly you back Londonderry to Glasgow tonight, where you can entrain for London should you wish,” May 22, 1932

11. Letter, 1935 Apr. 3, New York, to Amelia Earhart Letter, 1935 Apr. 3, New York, to Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence;Mexico Letter from Eduardo Villasenor, Consul General of Mexico, giving Amelia Earhart permission to fly in Mexico, April 3, 1935

12. Letter, 1935 Jan. 12, Huntington, W. Va., to Mrs. Putnam Letter, 1935 Jan. 12, Huntington, W. Va., to Mrs. Putnam Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Flying Letter, Frieda A. Rider to Amelia Earhart, fan letter from a woman learning to fly, January 12, 1935

13. Mrs. Putnam may visit capitals here Mrs. Putnam may visit capitals here Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Australia “Mrs. Putnam May Visit Capitals Here,” Herald, Melbourne, Victoria, March 13, 1937. “Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, the American airwoman, may fly along the east coast of Australia…on her projected...

14. Amelia Earhart at a tribute in her honor Amelia Earhart at a tribute in her honor Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs; Putnam, George Palmer, 1887-1950--Photographs;Harrison (N.Y.);New York (State); Monuments & memorials; Rites & ceremonies; Amelia Earhart at a tribute in her honor in Harrison, New York, 1932. The memorial commemorated Earhart’s record of being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. (George Palmer Putnam at far...

15. Letter, 1933 Dec. 4, Washington, to Miss Earhart Letter, 1933 Dec. 4, Washington, to Miss Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962; Flying Letter, Eleanor Roosevelt to Amelia Earhart, regarding an article about Eleanor Roosevelt wanting to learn to fly, December 4, 1933

16. Federated Malay States Air Navigation Enactment, Chapter 166 of the revised edition Federated Malay States Air Navigation Enactment, Chapter 166 of the revised edition Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world;Malaya Federated Malay States Air Navigation Enactment authorization for Earhart to fly through the Malay States on her world flight, June 7, 1937

17. Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories), Order, 1927 Air Navigation (Colonies, Protectorates and Mandated Territories), Order, 1927 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Straits Settlements; Air Navigation Colonies Protectorates and Mandated Territories Order, authorization for Earhart to fly through the Straits Settlements on her world flight, June 12, 1937

18. Ocean jinx traps women who dare sea Ocean jinx traps women who dare sea Air pilots;women; Women; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Clippings; The NEA Service, “Ocean Jinx Traps Women Who Dare Sea,” Cleveland, Ohio, January 14, 1931 [article about the women aviators who died attempting to fly over the ocean; includes Earhart as an example...

19. Letter, 1932 May 24, Chelsea, to Mrs. Putnam Letter, 1932 May 24, Chelsea, to Mrs. Putnam Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Admiral Mark Kerr letter to Amelia Earhart, congratulations 'from one who tried to fly the Atlantic in 1919 and failed,' May 24, 1932

20. Air Navigation Enactment 1353 Air Navigation Enactment 1353 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937;Flights around the world;Kedah The Air Navigation Enactment 1353, authorization for Earhart to fly through the state of Kedah, June 13, 1937 [in Arabic]
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