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4Sep/14Off

Appraisal: 1932 Amelia Earhart Pen & Pencil Set

Kathleen Guzman appraises an engraved pen and pencil set from Amelia Earhart!

24Jul/12Off

Google Celebrates Amelia Earhart’s 115th Birthday with a Doodle


(IMAGE FROM GOOGLE.COM JULY 24, 2012)

Amelia Earhart, born on this day 115 years ago in Atchison, Kansas, is being honored with a Google Doodle today.

More than 75 years after she went missing, Earhart's legacy remains. The aviation pioneer, who was the first female pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean, continues to make lasting impressions on people all over the world.

CMG Worldwide's CEO Mark Roesler, said: "Amelia's career endeavors, and her image as the most renowned female aviator, personifies the spirit of adventure that is so indispensable to the American persona. Her legacy is timeless and will never go out of style. She is one of our top requested clients to use in a variety of marketing programs."

These programs include major advertising campaigns for companies like UBS Bank and Leisure Merchandising Company's designer luggage. Brad Meltzer, the founder of Ordinary People Change the World T-shirt line, created an Earhart T-shirt with her inspirational message on the back of the shirt: "I know no bounds." Other licensing deals include working with The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery on an Amelia Earhart exhibition that runs through May 27, 2013.

To learn more about Amelia Earhart, click here.

30Mar/11Off

New Amelia Earhart Korean Ad

Pictured is a Korean ad that will appear in a number of trade magazines prior to the end of this year.
This ad makes reference to an apparel company called, "Hansae" and it says "Just like Amelia Earhart, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean as the first female pilot, Hansae will be a fashion enterprise, unafraid of challenges".

3Jun/10Off

Signs of Amelia Earhart’s Final Days? (Discovery News)

Tantalizing new clues are surfacing in the Amelia Earhart mystery, according to researchers scouring a remote South Pacific island believed to be the final resting place of the legendary aviatrix.

Three pieces of a pocket knife and fragments of what might be a broken cosmetic glass jar are adding new evidence that Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan landed and eventually died as castaways on Nikumaroro, an uninhabited tropical island in the southwestern Pacific republic of Kiribati. The island was some 300 miles southeast of their target destination, Howland Island.

Read full story here.

To learn more about Amelia Earhart's travels, check out her official website here.

2Mar/10Off

Earhart exhibit showcases world’s largest display on pioneer aviator

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue Libraries' Division of Archives and Special Collections has opened a display for the world's largest collection of papers, memorabilia and artifacts related to Amelia Earhart, the pioneer pilot who paved new paths for women at the university and in society.

"Amelia Earhart: The Aviator, the Advocate, and the Icon" opened Monday (March 1) and will be shown through May 28 in the Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center on the fourth floor of the Humanities, Social Science and Education Library in Stewart Center. The display is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday. Beginning May 10, shortened summer hours will be in effect.

Read full article here.

2Mar/10Off

Earhart exhibit showcases world’s largest display on pioneer aviator

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue Libraries' Division of Archives and Special Collections has opened a display for the world's largest collection of papers, memorabilia and artifacts related to Amelia Earhart, the pioneer pilot who paved new paths for women at the university and in society.

"Amelia Earhart: The Aviator, the Advocate, and the Icon" opened Monday (March 1) and will be shown through May 28 in the Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center on the fourth floor of the Humanities, Social Science and Education Library in Stewart Center. The display is free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday. Beginning May 10, shortened summer hours will be in effect.

Read full article here.

24Feb/10Off

Airport Mural Portrays Amelia Earhart and Other Legendary Transportation Pioneers

A large two-panel mural featuring Amelia Earhart and other well-known pioneers, who made in impact on Indiana's transportation, is being installed this week in the Indianapolis Airport.

A three-dimensional, 8 ft. molded statue of Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, will be bolted onto the mural.

Besides Earhart, the mural depicts the stories of Lewis & Clark, Major Taylor, Native Americans, African-Americans, Irish immigrants and women who shaped the state's transportation.

The mural was created by New Orleans artist, Marcus Akinlana. It can be found on the ground level in the baggage claim area of the airport's Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal.