Associated Press International News Papua New Guinea EARHART NOONAN LAST FLIGHT

EARHART NOONAN LAST FLIGHT

American aviator Amelia Earhart, left, and her navigator, Fred Noonan, right, pose beside their plane at Lae, New Guinea in 1937. This photo, taken with a gold miner named Jacobs, shows them just before they took off in a flight to Howland Island during which they disappeared somewhere in the Pacific on July 2. (AP Photo)

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January 01, 1937 03:00:00 AM
August 30, 2000 10:00:00 AM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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AMELIA EARHART, FRED NOONAN, JACOBS
Gold mining, Precious metal mining, Metal mining, Mining, Metals and minerals, Materials, Industries, Business
LAE, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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