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    Biographical information of Amelia Earhart, including the early years, the celebrity, and the last flight.

    Marlene Dietrich and Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart married George Putnam on February 7, 1931. Earhart's ideas on marriage were liberal for the time as she believed in equal responsibilities for both "breadwinners" and pointedly kept her own name rather than being referred to as Mrs. Putnam. When The New York Times, per the rules of its stylebook, insisted on referring to her as Mrs. Putnam, she laughed it off. GP also learned quite soon that he would be called "Mr. Earhart."[

    Amelia Earhart photographed for Vanity Fair, 1931.

    I just acquired an Amilia Earhart, Airlite, Dress or Wardrobe Trunk in very good condition. It has rawhide trim and woven canvas over hard side case. I am so excited that is is in such good condition. Inside has wooden hangers, wooden stable bars and straps that have her name woven in. Also compartments for shoes. I’m guessing that is is the largest and most expensive piece of it’s time. From the ads I think it was made in 30's-40's.

    Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum website

    Amelia Erhart - she was a nurses aid in Toronto, CA during WW1. Many of her patients were pilots.

    I love this photo! Amelia Earhart's fascinating story is pushing a group of scientists to find out what exactly happened to her.

    Amelia Earhart

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    United States, Amelia Earhart

    Amelia Earhart...courageous beauty...and an absolute bad ass!

    Amelia Earhart Earhart was the first female pilot to fly solo over the Atlantic. Earhart disappeared in a circumnavigational flight of the globe in 1937 near Howland Island in the Pacific Ocean. Date: 1932. Photographer: Unknown

    A photo of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan taken just before the infamous last flight. The two were never seen again. #1932

    Amelia Lost: The Life and Disappearance of Amelia Earhart

    Gary Cooper and Amelia Earhart

    1930 Amelia Earhart and Howard Hughes

    The Search for Amelia Earhart by Fred Goerner, Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1966. Originally published in 1996 this book discusses one of the many theories of what may have happened to Amelia Earhart during her last fateful trip.

    Amelia Earhart's Shoes: Is the Mystery Solved? by Thomas F. King,, AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek, California, 2001. This book tells of the work that Members of TIGHAR's (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) Amelia Earhart Project have done using everthing from archaeological survery to archival research to discern what happened to Amelia Earhart.

    The Fun of It: Random Records of My Own Flying and of Women in Aviation by Amelia Earhart. Brewer, Warner & Putnam, New York, New York, 1932. This book contains some biographical information on Earhart, as well as information on women in aviation in the 1920's.

    Amelia Earhart: Image and Icon editted by Kristen Lubben and Erin Barnett, Steidl, New York, New York, 2007. Gorgeous coffee table book filled with black and white photgraphs and biographical information on the American icon.

    East to the Dawn: The Life of Amelia Earhart by Susan Butler, Addison Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1997. Biography of the American icon.

    Amelia Earhart by Susan Reyburn, Pomegranate Art Books, Petaluma, California, 2006 (Women Who Dare Series) This book is filled with photographs and historical images that help illustrate the life of Amelia Earhart.

    For a community service living history project I've decided to dress up as Amelia Earhart. I'm looking at different pictures of her to try to find some clothing and accessories that would be something she would have worn

    More pictures of Amelia. She seems to like the bomber jackets, good thing I have a jacket like that.