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Source Notes: "Popping Off Letter," 20 May 1928, in Letters of a Nation: A Collection of Extraordinary American Letters, ed. Andrew Carroll (1997). Earhart wrote the letter to her father and requested that it be opened in the event that she died in her attempt to be the first woman passenger on a transatlantic crossing. In 1937, Earhart's plane disappeared during her attempt at a solo flight around the world.
Amelia Mary Earhart (July 24, 1897 - missing as of July 2, 1937), daughter of Edwin and Amy Earhart, was an American aviator and noted early female pilot who mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean during a circumnavigational flight in 1937.
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