The original paper image is archived with Susan Penny Van Deusen in New Jersey. Scanned copies are archived with Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ). This is the highest resolution version to date, of the image. The discovery of this image in a scrapbook belonging to Naida Muriel Freudenberg (1915-1998), and the identification of the person as Eddie August Schneider (1911-1940) was made by Selma Louise Freudenberg (1921- ). Selma wasn't sure if he was related to the family. She only knew that Eddie's sister Alice was a friend of Naida. When I traveled to Chicago for a family reunion, I was asked if I knew who "Eddie Schneider" was and was told that he came to Chicago in 1930 and took family members for rides. I was in Chicago from June 18, 2004 till June 21, 2004. It was then that I did a Google search and found the Dallas archive and ordered the one page biography that was written by Gretchen Hahnen. I also searched the New York Times index and found his obituary. I then searched the microfilmed copies of the Jersey Journal for the death date in the New York Times, and found the obituary there. In 2007 I nominated him for admission into the Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey.
Source: Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )