Not quite confident that the Lockheed Electra was fit for the flight after the damage it sustained in Hawaii, Amelia leaves Burbank today and flies to Oakland. She then flies from Oakland back down to Burbank. The is a secret test run before the world watches her begin her around the world flight. She lands in Burbank at what is now Bob Hope Airport (called Union Air Terminal on this date seventy-five years ago) at about six in the evening. Apparently satisfied that the Electra can make the trip, she goes to the home she shares with her husband G. P. Putnam on Valley Spring Lane in Toluca Lake. Tomorrow she will officially begin her almost flight around the around. Only she and one other person on this date seventy-five years ago know her true destination. Of course, you can easily find it out by reading But This Is Different at http://butthisisdifferent.com.
"Adventure is worthwhile in
itself." -- Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart is at the controls and the Lockheed Electra is leaving Oakland.
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