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1. 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...

2. 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...

3. 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...

4. Telegram, undated, Greenville, Miss., to Amelia Earhart Telegram, undated, Greenville, Miss., to Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; "Proud of the glorious achievement one of our sex we send welcome and congratulations," telegram to Amelia Earhart from the Pilot Club, Greenville, Mississippi

5. Commercial pilot's license issued to Amelia Earhart by the Mexican government Commercial pilot’s license issued to Amelia Earhart by the Mexican government Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Awards; Certificates; Licenses; Commercial pilot’s license issued to Amelia Earhart by the Mexican government, April 20, 1935 [certificate with seal from the Estados Unidos Mexicanos]. Signed by Rodolfo Elias Calles.

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

7. 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

8. Pilot Frank Hawks in flight Pilot Frank Hawks in flight Hawks, Frank, 1897-; Airplanes Pilot Frank Hawks, the man who gave Amelia Earhart her first plane ride, in flight, n.d. [mounted photograph]

9. Woman pilot in the cockpit of an airplane Woman pilot in the cockpit of an airplane Photographic prints; Woman pilot Jean Barrhill [?] in the cockpit of an airplane, June 22, 1935

10. Amelia Earhart with fellow pilot Ruth Nichols and other women Amelia Earhart with fellow pilot Ruth Nichols and other women Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs;Nichols, Ruth, 1901-1960;American Red Cross; Amelia Earhart with fellow pilot Ruth Nichols and other women at a Red Cross first aid station in New York, ca. 1930s Earhart appears to be demonstrating how to tie a splint.

11. Transport pilot's license Transport pilot’s license Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs; Licenses; Transport pilot’s license number 5716 issued to Amelia Earhart on May 1, 1930 [lists weight as 118 pounds, height as 5’8”, hair as blonde, and eyes as grey]

12. Laura Ingalls, Amelia Earhart, and Roscoe Turner Laura Ingalls, Amelia Earhart, and Roscoe Turner Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs; Ingalls, Laura; Turner, Roscoe, 1895-1970; Photograph of pilot Laura Ingalls, Amelia Earhart, and Roscoe Turner in front of plane, ca. July 18, 1935

13. Letter, 1935 Jan. 12, Bentonville, Ark., to Amelia Earhart, Burbank, Calif. Letter, 1935 Jan. 12, Bentonville, Ark., to Amelia Earhart, Burbank, Calif. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Letter, pilot Louise Thaden to Amelia Earhart, “I don’t know you at all—I doubt anyone does,” January 12, 1935

14. Speed review Speed review Flying; “Speed Review,” September 1935 “Early morning is the best time. Even the air seems to have dew on it. It’s sweet and heavy and smooth and a plane can bite into it ….” [According to GPP, Earhart...

15. Portrait of young Amelia Earhart Portrait of young Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Photographs Portrait of Amelia Earhart wearing flying helmet and jacket, ca. 1922 [photograph is mounted on acidic paper; same photo as the one used in Earhart’s 1923 pilot’s license issued by the Federation Aeronautique...

16. Letter, 1934 May 3, to Amelia Letter, 1934 May 3, to Amelia Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Letter, pilot Laura Ingalls to Amelia Earhart, thanking her for her telegram of congratulations, May 3, 1934

17. Envelope, 1934-1936 Envelope, 1934-1936 Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937 No addressee, envelope has four stamps with cancellations from 1. Amelia, Nebraska (July 24, 1936); 2. Putnam, Illinois (July 13, 1936); 3. Solo, Missouri (May 21, 1936); 4. Pilot, Kentucky (December 17,...

18. Letter,1935 Oct. 5, Newark, N.J., to Amelia, North Hollywood, Cal. Letter,1935 Oct. 5, Newark, N.J., to Amelia, North Hollywood, Cal. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Letter, pilot Laura Ingalls to Amelia Earhart, thanking Earhart for the congratulations she sent, October 5, 1935

19. 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

20. Al Williams rips Earhart 'stunt' flight Al Williams rips Earhart 'stunt' flight Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Clippings; Newspaper clipping, 'Al Williams Rips Earhart 'Stunt' Flight: Crack Pilot Says Motive was Profit, Not Science; Hits Ocean Jaunts,' Cleveland Press, March 31, 1937
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