On back of postcard: Mrs. H. Wandschneider, 2310 Connors St., Port Huron, Mich. "Dear Sister,
This is a picture of me [on far right] in a machine taken at ?, Ill, at a height of 200 feet.
Will write you a letter soon. Am very busy at present. Lovingly, Buddy."
"Taken at Austin, IL, Bud Evon" (Henry Joseph Evon Jr. to his sister Mrs. Hattie Wandschneider)
Detail of pilot Henry Joseph Evon Jr.
Postcard back: To H.J. Evon 749-E. 37th St., Chicago, IL: 4/23/11, "Just before a flight at Flat River, MO.,
Made an altitude of 500 feet. Was a very successful flight. "Buddy."" (Henry Joseph Evon Jr.)
Another postcard back reads: Taken at St. Geneveve, MO., 4/26/11, Curtiss
Machine Boulevard motor,
R.G. propeller. Evon Aviator. Pruce Head Mechanic. Sestak, Hornek, Helpers.
A note written by Henry's wife about the flights: "Grandpa is going
to fly it. Aviator. Curtiss Machine.
Equipped with 30 H.P. 4 cyl. Bandward motor. Require Gibson propeller."
"March 1911, Evon's Aeroplane."
Glenn H. Curtiss also had a flying school.
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