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To the horror of his parents, the Duke had had an affair with the dashing aviatrix Beryl Markham.
Santa Monica artist Alison Van Pelt portrayed the hotel’s first managing director, the pioneering aviatrix Maude Bouldin, astride a motorcycle.
Elegantly depicting a map of Central and North America, the watch celebrates the famous aviatrix's famous flight between Mexico and New York on May 8, 1935.
The young and famous aviatrix, who once before crossed the Atlantic with the late Wilmer Stultz, was forced down over Ulster when her plane developed engine trouble.
Which might be why the conspiracy theories swirling around pioneering aviatrix Amelia Earhart's 1937 disappearance keep coming.
It's been 80 years since Amelia Earhart went missing on July 2, 1937, a mystery that has captured the attention of many in the decades since the aviatrix attempted to make the first around-the-world trip along the Equator.
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