Amelia M. Earhart Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
AMELIA M. EARHART
Born: July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas
Died: July 2, 1937
Died: July 2, 1937
Amelia Earhart (1897-1937?), with Wilman Stutz and Louis Gordon, flew from Trepassy Bay, Newfoundland to Burry Port, Wales (June 17-18, 1928) to become the first woman to cross the Atlantic by air. On June 19, she flew a private plane (which she later purchased) to Southampton, England, and an enthusiastic welcome. That same day, she received a telegram from her uncle, Clarence W. Bates, who was briefly in London, congratulating her and inquiring where they could meet. (The above letter is her reply.) The reaction in American was equally enthusiastic. Earhart would be honored there with a ticker tape parade in New York City and a White House dinner with President Coolidge. Four years later, Earhart became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic when she flew from Harbor Grace, Newfoundland to Londonderry, Ireland on May 20-21, 1932, exactly five years after Lindbergh accomplished a similar feat from New York to Paris. She established other aviation records that did not include "woman", such as first Hawaii-to-mainland solo (1935) and first Mexico City-to-New York flight (1935). The unexplained disappearance of Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan (July 1, 1937) over the Pacific on their attempted round the world flight remains a topic of intense debate and speculation.
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AMELIA M. EARHART - AUTOGRAPH 10/1928 CO-SIGNED BY: PADRAIC COLUM, CLARA E. LAUGHLIN, HONORE WILLSIE MORROW, BUFFALO CHILD LONG LANCE, JOHN NORTON JOHNSON, ELLERY WALTER, MAUD M. LINDSAY, MARJORIE BARKLEY McCLURE, EDWIN MEADE ROBINSON, WHITING WILLIAMS, ROBERT J. CASEY, ELMER DAVIS, MCCREADY (ELIZA JANE) HUSTON, MEREDITH NICHOLSON, W. B. SEABROOK, HENRY TURNER BAILEY, DELIA J. AKELEY, DOROTHY K. ALDIS, JANE ABBOTT, EDMUND VANCE COOK, JAMES A. BRADEN, GEORGE P. PUTNAM, LOUIS UNTERMEYER, JOHNNY GRUELLE - HFSID 347983AMELIA M. EARHART and OTHERS The female aviator and dozens of authors signed this sheet of paper that's framed! Signature: "Amelia M. Earhart", 8½x11 album leaf titled: "Autographs of Authors and Poets visiting The Halle Bros. Co. Book Fair, October 15 to 20, 1928".
Sale Price $3,230.00
AMELIA M. EARHART - BOOK SIGNED - HFSID 288296AMELIA EARHART Earhart signs a copy of her book 20 hrs. 40 min., Our Flight in the Friendship Book signed: "Amelia M. Earhart" on front blank flyleaf, 314p, hardcover, 5½x8. 20 hrs. 40 min., Our Flight in the Friendship, G. Putnam's Sons, New York - London - The Knickerbocker Press: 1928.First Edition.
Sale Price $1,360.00
AMELIA M. EARHART - EPHEMERA SIGNED CIRCA 1930 - HFSID 285905AMELIA EARHART She signs the program and menu from a 1930 Aviation Nite dinner in Baltimore, a menu designed in the form of her aircraft. Program/Menu signed: "Amelia Earhart". Shaped like her
Sale Price $4,037.50