Title:USA / TRANSPORT: Aviation: Amelia Earhart crashes after first stage of projected round-the-world flight
Date:25th March 1937
Summary:USA: California: Oakland:
Amelia Earhart (Aviator) seated at desk
Close up of Earhart signing Air Mail letters
Amelia Earhart (Aviator) and husband George P. Putnam chatting SOT
- [Putnam] How about taking me along?
- [Earhart] Well, gasoline is really more valuable than you are on a long flight
- [Putnam] You mean 180 pounds of gasoline is more useful than 180 pounds of husband?
- [Earhart] You've guessed right
General view of plane taking off
AIR TO AIR Earhart's plane flying over San Francisco bridge
AIR TO AIR of Earhart in plane
Story Text: Footage of Amelia Earhart and husband George P. Putnam and Earhart flying plane.
Keywords: Disasters and Accidents; Amelia Earhart (1898-1937), Lady Lindy, Personalities - Aviation; Women