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1. Letter, 1936 Oct. 17, Antioch, Ill., to Registrar, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. Letter, 1936 Oct. 17, Antioch, Ill., to Registrar, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Public speaking;Antioch Business Woman's Club (Antioch, Ill.) Letter from Vera L. Rentner requesting the presence of Amelia Earhart at the Antioch Business Woman's Club, October 17, 1936

2. Letter, 1936 Oct. 20, to Vera L. Rentner, Antioch, Ill. Letter, 1936 Oct. 20, to Vera L. Rentner, Antioch, Ill. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Public speaking; Putnam, George Palmer, 1887-1950 Letter from F. C. Hockema to Vera L. Rentner suggesting she contact George Putnam regarding scheduling appearances for Amelia Earhart, October 20, 1936

3. Telegram, ca. 1936, to Emerson Bureau, Chicago, Ill. Telegram, ca. 1936, to Emerson Bureau, Chicago, Ill. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Handwritten telegram from Amelia Earhart to Emerson Bureau, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, "Please let me know immediately by letter when I have talked in Detroit," ca. 1936

4. Telegram, 1936 April 17, to Mildred Wood, Chicago, Ill. Telegram, 1936 April 17, to Mildred Wood, Chicago, Ill. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Public speaking Handwritten telegram from Amelia Earhart to Mildred Wood, Emerson Bureau, "Please wire me Purdue what engagements I have had in Detroit under Emerson, for whom and when," April 17, 1936

5. Letter, 1935 Oct. 25, to Amelia Earhart, Chicago, Ill. Letter, 1935 Oct. 25, to Amelia Earhart, Chicago, Ill. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Letter from F. C. Hockema, Assistant to the President of Purdue University, to Amelia Earhart on behalf of Edward Elliott regarding Earhart's freedom to change the schedule for her visit to Purdue as she...
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