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Saline Woman To Circle World Over Amelia Earhart's Route

Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1967


Saline Woman To Circle World Over Amelia Earhart's Route
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Saline's Ann Pellegreno Plans Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, March 1967

Saline's Ann Pellegreno Plans Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, March 1967
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Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1967
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Lee Koepke and Mrs. Ann H. Pellegreno
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Saline's Ann Pellegreno and Mechanic Lee Koepke Plan Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, March 1967

Saline's Ann Pellegreno and Mechanic Lee Koepke Plan Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, March 1967
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Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1967
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Taking Amelia Earhart's Course - Mrs. Ann H. Pellegreno of near Saline and her mechanic, Lee Koepke, examine one of the propellers of their twin-engine Lockheed Aircraft Model 10 airplane. They plan to fly the 1937 craft on a 27,000-mile around-the-world flight to trace Amelia Earhart's attempted trip around the world. They will leave San Francisco for their flight on May 20.
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'Earhart Flight' Plans Grow More Firm

Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1967


Ann Pellegreno and Lee Koepke Check Propellers of 1937-Vintage Plane for Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, May 1967

Ann Pellegreno and Lee Koepke Check Propellers of 1937-Vintage Plane for Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, May 1967
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Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1967
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At the lower left, Koepke and Mrs. Pellegreno examine some adjustments to the propeller. The propeller housing is now being painted, and long-lasting iridium spark plugs installed.
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Pilot Ann Pellegreno and Mechanic Lee Koepke Check 1937-Vintage Plane for Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, May 1967

Pilot Ann Pellegreno and Mechanic Lee Koepke Check 1937-Vintage Plane for Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, May 1967
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Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1967
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At upper left [this photo], the flight mechanic, Lee Koepke, checks the fitting of a sextant mount to the craft's ceiling as the pilot, Mrs. Ann Pellegreno of Saline look on.
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'Earhart Flight' Is 'Go' Despite Insurance Costs

Ann Arbor News, May 17, 1967


'Earhart Flight' Is 'Go' Despite Insurance Costs
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Ann Pellegreno and Crew at Willow Run Airport Planning Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, June 1967

Ann Pellegreno and Crew at Willow Run Airport Planning Amelia Earhart Commemorative Flight, June 1967
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Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1967
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Global Flight Crew And Their Plane - The crew of the Earhart Commemorative Flight pose while discussing last-minute plans for their 26,000-mile trip around the world to trace and complete Amelia Earhart's attempted 1937 air odyssey. The group has tentatively set Wednesday morning as their take-off time. From left to right are Lee Koepke, mechanic; Mrs. Ann H. Pellegreno, pilot; William Polhemus, navigator; and William Payne, co-pilot. Their craft is a 1937 twin-engineLockheed Aircraft Model 10, the same type of plane Miss Earhart flew on her trip.
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Takeoff For 'Earhart Flight' Set For Wednesday

Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1967


Takeoff For 'Earhart Flight' Set For Wednesday
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June
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Earhart Memorial Flight Under Way - Saline Woman At Controls For Takeoff

Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1967


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