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Women's Air Derby contestant's planes sit at the Paul Cox Airport in Terre Haute, Indiana on August 25, 1929. A year before entering the contest, famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart was credited as the first women to fly across the Atlantic. Earhart worked…

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This cut-out picture of Amelia Earhart, taken by Jake Coolidge was affixed to card stock by the pilot's secretary and avid admirer, Margot DeCarie.

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This cut-out affixed to card stock shows a full picture of Earhart posing in her leather coat and hat.

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This cut-out of Earhart in her leather coat was affixed to card stock by the pilot's secretary and avid admirer, Margot DeCarie.

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Earhart relaxes at home during the Christmas holidays in 1935.

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Amelia Earhart poses on the tail of her Lockheed Electra for photographer Albert L. Bresnik.

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Amelia Earhart puts on her parachute with the help of her husband, George Putnam in front of her Beechnut Autogyro. The coveralls that Earhart wears in this picture were donated to the Ninety-Nines by Lauretta Schimmoler, who had received them from…

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A well-dressed and smiling Earhart stands talking to an unknown man in an art gallery.

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Amelia Earhart sits on a piece of luggage with fellow female pilot Helen Richey sitting in the door of an airplane. The pair are modeling light luggage that was designed for air travel by Earhart herself.

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This cut-out of Amelia Earhart's portrait was affixed to card stock by the pilot's secretary and avid admirer, Margot DeCarie.
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