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They dated for three weeks and got married on a whim.To avoid having the marriage annulled by her father, Martin and Osa traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, for a second wedding.During the 27 years they were married, Osa and Martin traveled around the world photographing wild animals and native peoples in the South Sea islands, Borneo, and Africa.Martin stayed behind the camera while Osa kept watch.Martin Johnson spent the next several years traveling with Jack London and taking photographs in exotic places in the South Pacific.When he returned to Kansas in 1909 he traveled to Chanute to lecture and show his slides at an evening performance.Osa gave the knife to her parents, natives of Chanute, Kansas.Shortly after Osa's death it was donated to the Kansas Museum of History through the Woman's Kansas Day Club.
Piloting "The Spirit of Africa," Osa flew over the savannas to photograph the wildlife from the air; Martin piloted "Osa's Ark." They were the first pilots to fly over Mount Kenya, and the first to film Mts. Later, they took one aircraft to Borneo and flew over the interior of the island, photographing wildlife and native peoples.Osa and Martin never had children, but Osa was rarely seen without one of her pet monkeys riding on her shoulder.Osa recorded her life story in the book I Married Adventure.The girl who was hired to provide musical entertainment for that performance was a friend of Osa's, and arranged a formal introduction between the two. Martin was conceited and his photos of cannibals were horrible.Nonetheless, 16-year-old Osa was drawn to Martin, 10 years her senior.