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Photos: Celebrating Amelia Earhart


Bureau of Public Affairs
March 21, 2012

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Secretary Clinton delivered remarks about aviator Amelia Earhart and the ongoing search to solve the mystery of her disappearance more than 70 years ago.  More»



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Amelia Earhart, noted fier, inspected the Twin-Engined Lockheed Electra Monoplane which is being built for her use in future long distance flights at the plant, May 26, 1936, Burbank, Calif. The ship will carry 1200 gallons of gasoline and have a cruising range of more than 4500 miles. Photo shows Miss Earhart in plane looking over blueprints.
AP Image / May 26, 1936
Amelia Earhart, noted fier, inspected the Twin-Engined Lockheed Electra Monoplane which is being built for her use in future long distance flights at the plant, May 26, 1936, Burbank, Calif. The ship will carry 1200 gallons of gasoline and have a cruising range of more than 4500 miles. Photo shows Miss Earhart in plane looking over blueprints.
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