Collage of Photos and Flight Information
Collage of paper, ink and black and white photographs related to Amelia Earhart. I a wood and glass frame made in the 20th century after the 1930s. 29-1/2"h x 23-1/2"w 3/4"dTop left: Black and white photograph of Amelia Earhart wearing a fur stole and pearls, photo by Harris & Ewing. Bottom left: Famous Flights of Amelia Earhart 1921: learned to fly in CA, women's altitude record of 14,000 ft., 1928: first woman to fly across Atlantic Ocean with Stultz and Gordon, 1928: first woman to fly RT across U.S., 1929: Fourth woman to receive transport pilot's license, 1929: won third in women's derby from Santa Monica to Cleveland, 1929: women's world speed record in Detroit, 1930: three km women's speed record, 1930: First women to fly autogiro in U.S., 1931: altitude record for autogiro, 1931: First person to make transcontinental U.S. flight in autogiro, 1932: First woman solo transatlantic flight, 1932: transcontinental speed record for women, 1933: broke previous transcontinental speed record, 1935: First solo flight over Pacific from Honolulu to Oakland, 1935: First solo flight from LA to Mexico City, 1935: First nonstop solo flight from Mexico City to Newark, 1937: shared Harmon Trophy for women with Jean Batten, 1937: Oakland to Honolulu (plane was damaged), 1937: attempts flight around world in above plane, disappears between New Guinea and Howland Island. Bottom right: black and white photograph of Amelia Earhart's arrival in Londonderry, Ireland 1932. Center right: black and white photograph of Stultz (left), Amelia Earhart (center) and Gordon (right). Top right: photograph of plane for first woman across Atlantic landing in Burry Port, Wales 1928.Collection of the Medford Public Library.
[s.l.] : [s.n.], [1950?]
1 image file : digital, JPEG.