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File:Amelia Earhart, circa 1928.jpg

English: Title: Amelia Earhart wearing a dress standing beside a plane, circa 1928
Source Publication:Los Angeles Daily News

Publication date:1928

Source:Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Library

Amelia Mary Earhart

X5665 - 1926 "CIT-9 Safety Plane" - California Institute of Technology (CalTech) Aerospace model 9 Merrill-type biplane designed by Albert Adams Merrill (Instructor in Aeronautics); 45hp Kinner engine; wingspan: 24'0".

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  • 2008-12-05 01:53 Tillman 655×524× (220311 bytes) Title: Amelia Earhart wearing a dress standing besides a plane, circa 1928 Publication:Los Angeles Daily News Publication date:1928
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