Left to Right: Will Rogers, Walter, Bernarr McFadden and Louis Greve
August 24 to September 2, 1929
Editor's Note: The figure of Louis Greve was identified by his great grandaughter, Betsy Kidd (10-27-02)
Will Rogers, one of the best friends aviation will ever
have, is seen with Henry Ford. They were photographed at Greenfield Village when Rogers visited Mr. Ford in October, 1934
From EB's CHIRP
The aviation industry was barely born when Oklahoma philosopher Will Rogers, told "every city in America," to "get a flying field, even if you have to trade your Chamber of Commerce for it".
about 15 miles from Point Barrow, Alaska on August 15, 1935