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At this time in aviation history, Barnes was one of only two dozen aviatrixes in the United States, a contemporary of female flyers such as Amelia Earhart.
In the new movie directed by Mira Nair starring Hilary Swank, Earhart is the ideal and idealized woman of her time, a role model for young aviatrixes and women everywhere. var blogs_amount = 4;
Earhart was the ideal and most idealized woman of her time, a role model for young aviatrixes, and women everywhere.
Bertha "Bert" Walter, one of the early local aviatrixes, served as his assistant and secretary of the flying service.
Famous aviatrixes stand you up, passenger planes mysteriously vanish midflight, and the elegant aerodrome is eventually stormed and conquered by hostile forces.