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It must have been so frustrating for the US Coast Guard Cutter,Itasca to hear her and know that she couldn't hear them……..

It must have been so frustrating for the US Coast Guard Cutter,Itasca to hear her and know that she couldn't hear them……..

Amelia Earhart - On January 11, 1935, she became the first pilot, male or female, to fly from Hawaii to Oakland, CA. - Photo: Getty Images

Amelia Earhart - On January 11, 1935, she became the first pilot, male or female, to fly from Hawaii to Oakland, CA. - Photo: Getty Images

Speculation about shark-infested waters was the top headline in the July 3, 1937, edition of The Baltimore News-Post. (Newseum collection)

Speculation about shark-infested waters was the top headline in the July 3, 1937, edition of The Baltimore News-Post. (Newseum collection)

Amelia Earhart in cockpit of a Beech Nut autogyro (1931) Visit our Lammot du…

Amelia Earhart in cockpit of a Beech Nut autogyro (1931) Visit our Lammot du…

In 1931, Amelia Earhart was barnstorming across the country and landed - to much fanfare - on a dirt landing strip in Wichita Falls Texas. The older gentleman in the hat and tie is Joseph Albert (J.A.) Staley, who had taken his daughter, Fleetwood Staley and granddaughter, Jo Alice Staley (4), to meet the famous aviator.

In 1931, Amelia Earhart was barnstorming across the country and landed - to much fanfare - on a dirt landing strip in Wichita Falls Texas. The older gentleman in the hat and tie is Joseph Albert (J.A.) Staley, who had taken his daughter, Fleetwood Staley and granddaughter, Jo Alice Staley (4), to meet the famous aviator.

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin covered the conclusion of the search for Amelia Earhart in the July 17, 1937, edition.

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin covered the conclusion of the search for Amelia Earhart in the July 17, 1937, edition.

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