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Amelia Earhart | Aviatrix | 1897 - 1937 "Adventure is worthwhile in itself."

Amelia Earhart | Aviatrix

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Lucky Strike cigarettes. "After a long day of sitting in a plane, a woman needs to cool down with that fine flavor she knows and loves."

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6 People Who Just Fucking Disappeared

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Edward Steichen. Amelia Earhart. Vanity Fair’s November 1931

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Amelia Earhart

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Never interrupt somebody doing something you said couldn't be done.  -Amelia Earhart

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image of Ms. Earhart's hand

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On the significance of the disappearance, Doris Rich, one of Earhart’s biographers, believes that “nothing she might have said or done, no scheme George Palmer Putnam might have designed, could so enhance Earhart’s renown as the mystery of her disappearance. She had been famous. By vanishing she became legendary.” By the same token, her disappearance ironically seems to have overtaken her life’s accomplishments as an aviator and advocate for women’s rights. Susan Ware, author of Still Missin...

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This sheet music cover from the National Air and Space Museum's Library Collection is typical of the expressions of popular interest in Earhart's disappearance.

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In this January 1935 photo provided by Matson Navigation Company Archives, Amelia Earhart studies maps and charts at The Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. The historic Waikiki hotel is hosting an exhibition of rarely seen photographs taken of the pioneering aviator when she visited Hawaii and stayed at the "Pink Palace of the Pacific" during the 1930s. Matson Navigation Company Archives/AP

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Amelia Earhart rare photos on display in Hawaii

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Amelia Earhart Dubbed "Lady Lindy" by the press, Amelia Earhart was a world-famous pioneer in both the fields of flying and women's rights before her disappearance in 1937 somewhere over the Pacific. In 1928, she was the first woman to cross the U.S. and fly back again in a plane. In 1932, she flew across the Atlantic solo. From then on, she set records for various routes around the world until her disappearance, which sparked the most expensive search-and-rescue mission ever seen at that t...

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Amelia and Noonan on their stopover in Brazil on round the world attempt. From (http://library.pittstate.edu/AxeBLOG/amelia%20earhart%20brazil.jpg).

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Amelia and Noonan on their stopover in Brazil on round the world attempt. From (http://library.pittstate.edu/AxeBLOG/amelia%20earhart%20brazil.jpg).

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Amelia Mary Earhart

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Amelia Mary Earhart (born July 24, 1897; missing July 2, 1937; declared legally dead January 5, 1939) was a noted American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first woman to receive the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross, awarded for becoming the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She set many other records, wrote best-selling books about her flying experiences and was instrumental in the formation of The Ninety-Nines, an organization for female pilots. Earhart joine...

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Sprucing up: Aviator Amelia Earhart has a haircut in Miami ahead of her doomed attempt to fly around the world in 1937

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Amelia Earhart's goggles sell at auction for $17,775

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Poignant moment: The aviator prepares for her attempt to fly around the world during which she disappeared

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Amelia Earhart's goggles sell at auction for $17,775

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Goggles worn by Amelia Earhart and photographs of the famed aviator pulled in more than $31,000 at an auction in Oakland, California. A spokesman for Clars Auction Gallery says the winning bid for the set of 1920s Luxor aviator goggles with a cracked left lens was $17,775. The goggles previously were owned by Barbara Englehardt, a Contra Costa County resident who got them from a friend about 20 years ago.

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Amelia Earhart's goggles sell at auction for $17,775

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Amelia Earhart with arms spread in front of her plane, ca. February 12, 1937

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Amelia Earhart sitting on her plane, ca. 1935.

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