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COLLECTION Identifier: A-129: M-129

Papers of Amelia Earhart, 1835-1977

Genealogical papers. Otis family, 1907-1962. Digital

Scope and Contents

"Genealogy and Brief Sketch of Issac Otis, his Family and Descendants," typescript, 1907, with 1912 cover letter; "Abiel Smith and Lydia Otis," bound reprints of newsclippings, 1923; Obituary of Alfred G. Otis, 1912; 2 letters, 1944, 1962.

Genealogical papers. Earhart family, 1898-1902, n.d. Digital

Scope and Contents

"A Brief History...," by Reverend David Earhart, 1898: 2 copies, one with manuscript annotations; "Genealogy of the Earhart Family," Joseph Earhart, typescript, 1902; "History of the Altman Family," typescript carbon copy, n.d.; Other genealogical material, n.d.

Edwin Stanton Earhart, 1907-1920. Digital

Scope and Contents

Business card, railroad passes (1907-1912) for wife and daughters; Letters, 1909-1920, including Edwin Stanton Earhart to Muriel (1909), and job references for Edwin Stanton Earhart; Society of the Sons of the Revolution (SSR): dues receipt, Iowa chapter, 1915; membership certificate, California chapter, 1919; Certificate of admission to practice law before Supreme Court of Kansas, 1918 (photocopy); Photograph of Thiel College (Pennsylvania) building, n.d..

Amy Otis Earhart. Correspondence, etc., 1936-1950. Digital

Scope and Contents

Letter and itinerary re: European tour, 1936; 2 typed letters, signed from George Palmer Putnam, 1942, n.d.; Notes re: Howland Light, n.d.; Book inscription, 1950; Calling cards.

Baby books for Earhart, Muriel Earhart, 1897-1900, n.d. Digital

Scope and Contents

"Queer Doings and Quaint Sayings of Baby Earhart," handmade book, most re: Amelia Earhart, some Muriel Earhart. Includes PHOTOGRAPH of Amelia Earhart.

Correspondence and related. With others, 1926-1937, n.d. Digital

Scope and Contents To Lloyd Royer,1926 (photocopy); Award of Honorary Major for 381st Observation Squadron, United States Army Reserve, July 19, 1929 (photocopy); To Jean Hoyt (re: formation of The Ninety-Nines), copy of form letter, November 16, 1929; The Colonial Echo: pages from College of William and Mary yearbook, 1933 (photocopies); To Beatrice Pugsley, September 29, 1936; Naval Air Service to Secretary of the Navy re: Earhart, carbon copy of telegram, March 16, 1937; From Bess...

Correspondence and related. Writings, 1929-1975. Digital

Scope and Contents

Articles, most from Hearst's International Cosmopolitan, 1929-1932, 1937 (photocopies); Statements, 1932-1936, including address to 1933 convention of National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, with 1975 cover letter.

Scrapbooks kept by Earhart. Digital

Scope and Contents

Published poetry by others and miscellaneous. Includes notes by Earhart and Amy Otis Earhart.