Famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart visited Hawaii in December 1934 and embarked on a record breaking solo flight from Honolulu to Oakland on January 11, 1935. She returned to Hawaii on March 18, 1937 on the first leg of her east to west trip around the world. The trip was aborted in Honolulu when her plane had a flat tire when taxiing for takeoff on the next leg to Howland Island.
- Amelia Earhart, 1930.
- Amelia Earhart is sworn in as an honorary commander (Major rank) of a reconnaisance squadron at a field near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, 1933.
- Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on the Lurline, sailing past Aloha Tower on December 27, 1934.
- Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega, 1932.
- Hula dancer Dorothy Leslie posed between George Putnam, publisher and husband of Amelia Earhart, right, on arrival in Honolulu, December 27, 1934.
- The Lurline on which Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on December 27, 1934 with her husband and her plane.
- Amelia Earhart Putnam's Lockheed Vega monoplane rests on the deck of the Lurline upon arrival in Hawaii, December 27, 1934.
- Amelia Earhart's plane was harnessed up by specially constructed slings to lift it from the deck of the Lurline, December 27, 1934.
- Amelia Earhart's airplane is lifted over the side of the Lurline, December 27, 1934.
- Amelia Earhart's plane swings over the side of the Lurline onto a barge below in Honolulu Harbor, December 27, 1934.
- Amelia Earhart and husband George Putnam were serenaded by Royal Hawaiian Hotel musicians, January 2, 1935.
- Honolulu Sheriff Duke Kahanamoku shares a pineapple with Amelia Earhart, January 2, 1935 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.