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Amelia Earhart and Early Women Aviators Connection to Cleveland

Nearly everyone knows or has heard of Amelia Earhart, the aviation pioneer who was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Well on today’s episode we’re going to share with you Amelia’s and other early women aviator’s connection to Cleveland, Ohio. This includes the inaugural National Women’s Air Derby and the start of the Ninety-Nine’s Club, both in 1929.


And we’ll also share with you a bit of history on The Westlake Hotel, the luxurious guesthouse where Amelia and other notables stayed while visiting Cleveland. So, keep it right here as we get ready for take-off – on this episode of History and Relics.



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