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The Lost Clipper Welcomes Amelia Earhart to the Team

At first glance, one might wonder “how did the Lost Clipper crew get “the” Amelia Earhart to join their team? Wasn’t she lost somewhere over the Pacific over 80 years ago?” 540 more words

Lost Clipper

Fierce Asiatic Females, Part 2

Qui Jin

Lakshimi Bar, the Rani of Jhansi is one of India’s national heroines. Raised in a household of boys, she was fearless and brilliant as a military strategist. 279 more words

Aviation Costume: 1909-1916

AVIATION COSTUME FOR WOMEN

Entirely innocent of buttons, the aeroplane gown has arrived. The one shown in the accompanying photograph is the creation of a famous designer. 1,370 more words

News And Announcements

Wonderful Amy

Amy JOHNSON died 77 years ago today when the Airspeed Oxford she was ferrying from Scotland to the south of England crashed in the Thames estuary. 82 more words

Genealogy

Who was the 'real' Ethel Dare?

Ethel Gilmore (aka Munn, Mrs. Arthur Johnson)

From left: Ethel Munn, Margaret “Margie” Hobbs

and Lillian Boyer

This writing provides key dates and information to consider and which I believe shows Ethel Munn (my grandmother’s cousin, pictured far left above) is the true, original Ethel Dare. 2,839 more words

Genealogy

Amelia Earhart Died on Saipan Scenario Fiction

The airways and television were abuzz about the “new” photograph that purports to show Earhart and Noonan on Jaluit Atoll in the Marshall Islands in Japanese custody.  1,215 more words

2 minute Animation

Today, I saw the most amazing wee gem of an animation at the Edinburgh Film Festival, among a showcase of short animated films, for the Maclaren Prize. 113 more words

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