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  • Dave Lawrence

    Amelia Earhart was the first aviatrix (female aviator) to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. I always thought that this photo of her, in white was one of the best likeness of her.

  • Marita Steffe

    Amelia Earhart, noted American aviation pioneer and author. The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Kirk Filer

    Amelia Earhart #inspiration #apple #campaigns #advertising #classic #greatads #thinkdifferent #ameliaearhart #amelia #earhart #kirk

  • Andrew W Morse

    Amelia Earheart, American pioneer pilot, the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. An aspirational icon for girls, she was described as "shyly charismatic, independent, persistent, courageous, goal-oriented, and cool under pressure"

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