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Links 1 through 4 of 4 by Steph Mineart tagged iowa

Neta Snook Southern (February 14, 1896 - March 23, 1991), was a pioneer aviator who achieved a long list of firsts. She was the first woman aviator in Iowa, first woman student accepted at the Curtiss Flying School in Virginia, first woman "aviatrix" to run her own aviation business and first woman to run a commercial airfield.[1] Yet "Snookie", as her friends called her, was fated to be remembered for her relationship to Amelia Earhart. Her autobiography I Taught Amelia to Fly aptly captures the essence of her fame, she was forever linked to the Earhart mystique as her first instructor.

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Iowa City's premiere independent bookseller in Iowa City. I'm bookmarking with the intent of visiting when we're in Iowa for family thanksgiving.

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Visitor's center and gift shop at the house from the Grant Wood painting "American Gothic" in Eldon, Iowa. We're visiting to pose for pictures.

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