Amelia Earhart, who served as a consultant in the Department of the Study of Careers for Women at Purdue from 1935 to 1937, strides past her Lockheed Electra. Sally Putnam Chapman has donated 492 Earhart items Ñ including rarely seen personal and private papers such as poems, a flight log and a prenuptial agreement Ñ to Purdue Libraries’ Earhart collection. (File photo)A publication-quality photograph is available at ftp://ftp.purdue.edu/pub/uns/earhart.newdocs/earhart.electra.jpeg.

Amelia Earhart, who served as a consultant in the Department of the Study of Careers for Women at Purdue from 1935 to 1937, strides past her Lockheed Electra. Sally Putnam Chapman has donated 492 Earhart items Ñ including rarely seen personal and private papers such as poems, a flight log and a prenuptial agreement Ñ to Purdue Libraries' Earhart collection. (File photo)A publication-quality photograph is available at ftp://ftp.purdue.edu/pub/uns/earhart.newdocs/earhart.electra.jpeg.

Amelia Earhart, who served as a consultant in the Department of the Study of Careers for Women at Purdue from 1935 to 1937, strides past her Lockheed Electra. Sally Putnam Chapman has donated 492 Earhart items Ñ including rarely seen personal and private papers such as poems, a flight log and a prenuptial agreement Ñ to Purdue Libraries’ Earhart collection. (File photo)
A publication-quality photograph is available at ftp://ftp.purdue.edu/pub/uns/earhart.newdocs/earhart.electra.jpeg.

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