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Amelia Earhart

It is feared that Amelia Earhart’s giant all-metal plane, on the last lap of her round-the-world flight, is down in the Pacific. A radio message received stated that only half an hour’s fuel remained, and she and her navigator, Capt. Fred Noonan, were seeking Howland Island. In this image Amelia Earhart at the controls of her plane nicknamed the “Flying Laboratory” on July 3, 1931. (AP Photo)

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310703012
July 03, 1931 04:00:00 AM
July 20, 2011 05:21:36 PM
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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3000 x 2408 4.72 MB
Amelia Earhart Capt. Fred Noonan
Sitting Holding Vehicle Interior Transportation
APHSL43312
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