The Magic Kingdom's Jungle Cruise featured a tribute to Pamelia (erroneously referred to as, "Pamela Perkins") for many years in its fast-pass machines. These machines were themed to having been made from luggage in the possession of the Jungle Navigation Company and the tags on these cases showed them being addressed to Emil Bleehall and Pamelia. Pamelia's tag mentioned the luggage having to be sent to her at the Office of the Adventurers Club at 5189 Hill Street at Lake Buena Vista in Florida.
In this Disneyland Hotel bar, a letter addressed to Trader Sam can be found from Pamelia. It mentions leaving a ventriloquist's dummy called Slappy in the possession of Sam which is apparently a favourite of Colonel Critchlow Sunchbench. She mentions having to leave these in Sam's possession due to her going on a new Adventurer's Club adventure and also to help Sam decorate his bar with further assistance from fellow club-goer Professor Hodges.
References to Pamelia can be found in this Kid's Club location. Letters can be found in the quarters commemorating late-Adventurers Club member, "Dreamy Ka'imi" with Pamelia telling the amoral history of the Pillager's Brigade and Harrison Hightower III in particular.
Clarabelle Cow dresses as Pamelia in an Epic Mickey: Tales of the Wasteland comic featuring an homage to the Adventures Club.