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1. Typescript text of U.S. Coast Guard dispatch Typescript text of U.S. Coast Guard dispatch Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Flights around the world; Search & rescue operations; Typescript text of U. S. Coast Guard Dispatch, Margot [no last name], stating that radio reports are probably bogus; discusses fuel, speed, possibility that Earhart may be in Gilbert Group of islands,...

2. Text from undated dispatch Text from undated dispatch Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Search & rescue operations; Typescript, retyped text from undated dispatch, with George Palmer Putnam's handwritten notes on Earhart's last contact times and conditions for search, ca. July 1937

3. Telegram, 1932 June 20, Medford, Mass., to Amelia Earhart Telegram, 1932 June 20, Medford, Mass., to Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; John N. Burke, Mayor of Medford, Massachusetts, telegram to Amelia Earhart, congratulations, June 20, 1932

4. Letter, 1932 May 22, Blackpool, to Amelia Earhart Letter, 1932 May 22, Blackpool, to Amelia Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence Andrew Mellon of Blackpool and Fylde Aero Club, handwritten letter to Amelia Earhart, congratulations and invitation to meet her upon her arrival in London, May 22, 1932. Text is identical to item b2f28i19...

5. Telegram, 1937 July 6, to George Palmer Putnam (typescript) Telegram, 1937 July 6, to George Palmer Putnam (typescript) Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937; Putnam, George Palmer, 1887-1950--Correspondence; Flights around the world; Search & rescue operations; Typescript text of telegram message, William G. Anderson to George Palmer Putnam, offers to help with the search and states that plane will float 15 to 25 days, July 6, 1937, 3:10pm

6. Telegram, 1932 May 23, Paris, to Amelia Earhart, London Telegram, 1932 May 23, Paris, to Amelia Earhart, London Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Congratulatory telegram sent to Amelia Earhart from Raymond Orteig for Earhart's solo Atlantic flight, May 23, 1932. Text identical to item b2f28i27

7. Telegram, 1932 May 22, London, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 22, London, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Andrew Mellon of Blackpool and Fylde Aero Club, letter to Amelia Earhart, congratulations and invitation to meet her upon her arrival in London, May 22, 1932. Text is identical to item III.C.41

8. 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

9. Letter, 1936 Dec. 9, to Mrs. Putnam Letter, 1936 Dec. 9, to Mrs. Putnam Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence;Paintings Letter, Irene C. McLaughlin (Mrs. Frederic McLaughlin) to Amelia Earhart, regarding two paintings she was sending to Earhart, December 9, 1936

10. Letter, 1937 Mar. 3, Burbank, Calif., to Miss Amelia Earhart, Burbank, Calif. Letter, 1937 Mar. 3, Burbank, Calif., to Miss Amelia Earhart, Burbank, Calif. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Salt Lake City (Utah);Rumor Letter, Allan A. Barrie, Vice President of Western Air Express to Amelia Earhart, regarding rumors he heard, March 3, 1937

11. Letter, 1937 Apr. 15, to Miss Earhart Letter, 1937 Apr. 15, to Miss Earhart Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence;Paintings Letter, Irene C. McLaughlin (Mrs. Frederic) to Amelia Earhart, regarding the paintings she sent to Earhart, April 15, 1937

12. Envelope, 1932 July 26, Springfield, Ill. Envelope, 1932 July 26, Springfield, Ill. Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Postal cover from the 157th Anniversary of the Establishment of the U. S. Postal Service, Ben Franklin Named First Postmaster General, postmarked Springfield, Illinois, addressed to Mrs. Amelia Earhart-Putnam,...

13. Telegram, 1932 May 21, Baltimore, to Miss Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 21, Baltimore, to Miss Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Fannie Hurst telegraph to Amelia Earhart, “American women are proud today,” May 22, 1932

14. Telegram, 1932 May 21, Baltimore, to Miss Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 21, Baltimore, to Miss Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Howard W. Jackson, Mayor of Baltimore, telegraph to Amelia Earhart, congratulations, May 21, 1932

15. Telegram, 1932 May 21, Union City, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Telegram, 1932 May 21, Union City, to Amelia Earhart, Londonderry Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937--Correspondence; Martin and Osa Johnson telegraph to Amelia Earhart, congratulations, May 21, 1932

16. Amelia Earhart, her contribution to aviation Amelia Earhart, her contribution to aviation Earhart, Amelia, 1897-1937;Port Huron (Mich.); Children reading & writing Bound collection of essays entitled “Amelia Earhart—Her Contribution to Aviation,” written by Port Huron, Michigan grade school students in honor of Earhart’s visit there, 1935

17. 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...

18. 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

19. 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

20. 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...
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