Amelia Earhart with Wilmer Stultz and Louis Gordon takes off on flight to Europe via Newfoundland.
Boston Massachusetts USA Date:1929, July 8 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Amelia Earhart seen in leather flight coat, dons leather helmet and goggles for a photograph. She poses with Pilot Wilmer Stultz and flight mechanic, Louis Gordon. At daybreak the adventurers row towards Fokker F. VII b-3 trimotored seaplane, and board for their first leg of transatlantic flight (to Trespassey, New Foundland). Their seaplane, named "Friendship," takes off and buzzes the port as they depart from Boston, Massachusetts. (Note: the Fokker seaplane was initially built for the Byrd Antarctic Expedition.)
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