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Amelia Earhart, la primera mujer piloto en intentar dar el primer viaje aéreo alrededor del mundo, durante el que sería su últlimo corte de pelo en 1937 antes de desaparecen en el océano Pacífico durante uno de sus vuelos.

50 extrañas pero impresionantes fotos que cambiarán tu visión del pasado

The priceless smile of an adventurous and risk taking woman on the brink of her biggest adventure yet. Amelia’s first experience with f.

Amelia Earhart & George Putnam

Amelia Earhart Picture Gallery: Amelia Earhart and George Palmer Putnam

Investigators say they’ve found key clue to fate of Amelia Earhart – This Just In

Investigators say they’ve found key clue to fate of Amelia Earhart – This Just In

Adventurous: There are many theories about the fate of Amelia Earhart after her plane disappeared over the Pacific Ocean around 800 miles from Papa New Guinea

Unseen pictures of aviator Amelia Earhart as she makes final preparations for her doomed flight

Amelia Earhart

Pioneering female pilot Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in Photo: Time Life Pictures, Getty Images / Time Life Pictures

AMELIA EARHART

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“Today's über-cool celebrity with an über-cool camera: AMELIA EARHART (who died on this date in 1937 at the age of

Abróchense el cinturón, que la moda surca los cielos: cazadoras de borreguillo y gafas aviator alzan... - Getty Images / D.R.

Abróchense el cinturón, que la moda surca los cielos: cazadoras de borreguillo y gafas aviator alzan... - Getty Images / D.R.

Woman on a mission: Amelia Earhart (second left) looks through flight records with friends

Unseen pictures of aviator Amelia Earhart as she makes final preparations for her doomed flight

Woman on a mission: Amelia Earhart (second left) looks through flight records with friends

Malcolm X, Chicago 1961

Malcolm X (May 1925 – February born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Arabic), was an African-American minister and a human rights activist.

When I was a kid, I spent a lot of time in the library. While I enjoyed reading all kinds of books, I especially liked reading biographies. And one of my favorite subjects was Amelia Earhart.

American aviatrix Amelia Earhart poses with flowers as she arrives in Southampton, England, after her transatlantic flight on the "Friendship" from Burry Point, Wales, on June

Amelia Earhart (1897 - disappeared 2 July 1937) Signed Photo, Taken Immediately After Her Successful Flight as the First Woman to Fly Across the Atlantic, Also Signed by Flight Team Stultz & Gordon

Amelia Earhart - disappeared 2 July Signed Photo, Taken Immediately After Her Successful Flight as the First Woman to Fly Across the Atlantic, Also Signed by Flight Team Stultz & Gordon

Cary Grant and Amelia Earhart

Grant hanging out with Amelia Earhart, maybe she's giving him flying lessons?

Kenyan student Philip Maundu of Morehouse College, stands underneath a racially discriminate real estate sign.

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