Amelia Earhart’s husband awaits news (1937)

Original publication: Oakland Tribune (Oakland, California) Date: July 2, 1937
Categories: 1930s, Events, Notable people
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Await news from fliers

Here, perhaps, are the two most anxious persons in Oakland today as the Earhart around-the-world plane speeds across the Pacific from Lae, New Guinea, to tiny Howland Island. They are George Palmer Putnam, husband of Miss Earhart, and Mrs Frederick J Noonan, wife of the navigator. They are shown watching the teletype machines in The Tribune office for word of the fliers.

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Earhart and Noonan spouses await news

Near the last lap on her ’round-the-world flight, Amelia Earhart today was over the wide South Pacific expanse between Lae, New Guinea, and Howland Island, the tiny island where a Coast Guard boat awaits her. After Howland, all that remain are the jumps to Hawaii and here.


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Source publication: Oakland Tribune (Oakland, California)

Publication date: July 2, 1937


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