1970 Amelia Earhart Aviation Installment Postcard Set
1970 Amelia Earhart Aviation Installment Postcard Set

1970 Amelia Earhart Aviation Installment Postcard Set

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A four postcard compilation published by Ron C. Votaw (1904-1991). Features: 

AMELIA EARHART FAMOUS AVIATRIX 
First woman to fly the Atlantic, with Wilmer Stutz and Louis Gordon June 17-18, 1928. 
First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic- May 20-21, 1932. 
AMELIA EARHART AND LOCKHEED ELECTRA airplane 
First woman to fly non-stop across the U.S., Los Angeles to Newark - August 24, 1932. 
First solo flight from Hawaii to California - January 11-12, 1935. 
In her attempt to become the first woman to fly around the world, she and navigator, Fred Noonan, were lost near Howland Island in the Pacific. May 20, to July 2, 1937. 

Publisher Ron C. Votaw was an early aviation historian, philatelist, and deltiologist. In the 1970s he produced his own postcards to honor Pioneers of Flight and their achievements. These were published as four (4) postcard compilations or installment sets. An installment set is a set of postcards that form a larger picture like a puzzle, when placed side by side.  

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