Unidentified Photographer. AMELIA EARHART AT CAMDEN, NJ AIRPORT, OCTOBER 5, 1932. Gelatin silver original press photo of Amelia Earhart stands between Camden Mayor Roy Stewart and Kern Dodge, Public Safety Director of Philadelphia, PA. A microphone for radio stations WIP-WFAN stands in front of them. Earhart landed at Camden en route to Philadelphia, her home town. With the photo is a typed caption reading ""Miss Lindy", Amelia Earhart Putnam, as she arrived by plane at the Camden Airport Wednesday, October 5. Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean and is shown with Mayor Roy R. Stewart and Director of Public Safety Kern Dodge, of Philadelphia." On September 24, the city of Philadelphia had held a dinner to celebrate Earhart's achievement as the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic, and had struck a medal in her honor. She had previously flown the Atlantic in 1928 as part of on of a crew of three, having been chosen as the woman member by George P. Putnam, a publisher and publicist, who she subsequently married. The Bettman Archive has a photograph apparently taken moments before this one, which shows Earhart shaking hands with Mayor Stewart. 10 x 8 inches. Mounted to card; in Very Good condition.