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Living, as we do, in the digital age, the concept that the pilots of an airplane race should be segregated by gender in order to compete seems just like one of the dictates from Sharia law - but for our great-grandfathers, it made perfect sense. This article is about the Women's Air Derby of 1929, which had a list of women pilots that read like the "Whos Who" of 1920s women aviation.
Amelia Earhart was one of the competitors.

     


The Women's Air Derby: Santa Monica to Cleveland (Literary Digest, 1929)

The Women's Air Derby: Santa Monica to Cleveland (Literary Digest, 1929)

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