Alameda, California: Amelia Earhart Statue

Life-size bronze statue of Earhart in her flying jacket carrying rolled-up flight maps. Sculpted by Jane DeDecker, unveiled Dec. 15, 2015.

Packet Landing Rd, Alameda, CA
South of Alameda, on the north side of Bay Farm Island. In front of Earhart Elementary School, on the east side of Packet Landing Rd, just north of its intersection with Robert Davey Jr Drive.
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Amelia Earhart Statue.

Amelia Earhart Statue

The Amelia Earhart statue stands in front of Earhart Elementary School.

[Nelson, 01/16/2019]

"Oceans to Fly" is a bronze of the aviator sculpted by Jane DeDecker in 2014 and dedicated in 2015. The base of the statue features a quote and Earhart signature. The statue faces Oakland Airport, where Earhart set off in 1937 on her ill-fated round-the-world flight.

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