Mrs. Amelia Earhart Putnam, first woman to solo across the Atlantic, became the first woman to make a solo nonstop transcontinental flight when she landed at Newark, New Jersey, just a little over nineteen hours after she had left Los...More
August 25, 1932 License
While Dame Rumor has it that Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly the Atlantic, and George P. Putnam, publisher explorer, are to wed soon, the principals deny the reports. They are believed to have obtained a marriage license at...More
November 10, 1930 License
Amelia Earhart (1898-1937), American aviator, smiling as she stands near her plane.
January 01, 1900 License
Amelia Earhart smiles as she sits clad in a leather aviator's jacket in the cockpit of a small airplane. One of the world's most famous aviators, Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1932. While...More
December 15, 1937 License
Pilot Amelia Earhart, who will soon be appearing in an NBC radio drama.
March 11, 1935 License
Amelia Earhart Putnam, first lady of the air, plans to fly solo from Hawaii to the United States, according to an announcement recently made. The date of the projected hop has not been set definitely. Photo shows Amelia Earhart in the...More
December 21, 1934 License
Hand-colored portrait of Amelia Earhart, (1898-1937), American aviator, smiling as she stands in front of her plane. Undated illustration.
Pilot Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, with a map of the Pacific that shows the planned route of their last flight.
Amelia Earhart (Putnam), the 'First Lady of the Air' and Eugene Vidal, who until recently, was head of the bureau of Air Commerce of the Department of Commerce, were fellow travelers on the American Airlines plane which arrived in Los...More
March 05, 1937 License
Left to right Captain Harry Manning, Amelia Earhart, Fred Noonan, co-navigator, and Paul Mantz, as they arrived in Los Angeles, California, aboard the S. S. Malolo from Honolulu, Hawaii.