Schneider No.1 Biplane
The Frederick Schneider No.1 Biplane was shown at an exhibition at Morris Park called by the Aeronautic Society of New York at the end of 1908, where Schneider tested the biplane of 30 ft. span. Among the most notable of its features was a low total weight of only 450 lbs and the use of three aluminium propellers of variable pitch. The engine, an air-cooled rotary, caused the failure of these flights.