EARHART, Amelia The Fun of It. Random Records of my own flying and of women in aviation. With her story of the Solo Transatlantic Flight. New York. Brewer, Warren, & Putnam. 1932.
8vo. Original cloth, lettered in white to front and spine; pp. 218 + [I, publisher's catalogue], frontispiece and 30 black and white plates, with original vinyl audio recording of Earhart discussing her experiences in pocket at rear; very good.
Third printing, signed by the author "Amelia Earhart, Jan 28, 1933". With a loose Northwest Airways sponsored photograph of Earhart with the pioneering pilot Mal Freeburg. Earhart was on board when Freeburg flew the first passenger flight over the Rockies, a guest of NWA. It is reported that she and Freeburg did not get on, a fact which could be reflected by his stony appearance in the photograph.