(FoxNews.com) - A previously unpublished letter by Amelia Earhart advises a 13-year-old aspiring female pilot that the girl might consider following the aviation pioneer’s path by working clerical jobs to get her foot in the door.
The typed, one-page letter, dated August 14, 1933, and signed by Earhart, was addressed to June Pierson, a Detroit teenager, who wrote to Earhart about her dream of getting into aviation and seeking advice.
The letter is being sold by The Raab Collection for $15,000.
Earhart offered hope to June, but careful to impart how difficult the path to becoming a pilot could be.
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