April 17, 1921 Pilot and wingwalker Phoebe Omlie made her first parachute jump but landed in a clump of trees. She became much better at parachuting, claiming the highest parachute jump by a female and landing the job of aerobatic stunt pilot for the movie The Perils Of Pauline. Omlie was known for dancing the Charleston from the top wing of a plane and dangling by her teeth.
Baby picture of pilot Amelia Earhart, Indianapolis, IN. 1897,
Amelia Earhart Standing Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
Amelia and the First Lady. When Eleanor Roosevelt became First Lady in 1932, she immediately went to bat for women in aviation. Read more on Facebook's '99s Museum of Women Pilots'
Molly Rose pictured second from the left with her flying squadron back in the day. Molly flew Hurricanes, and Spitfires. Unfortunately she passes away last year. #99s #womenpilots #NinetyNines #FlyNow #womenaviatiors #aviatrix #ATA