The photo page of the Toronto Daily Star in the 1920s and 1930s often included pictures of intrepid flyers. Here’s one such photo, from the October 29 1931 edition:
Jimmy Doolittle (1896-1993) went on to become an Army Air Force general, and is widely considered one of the greatest pilots of all time. He was honoured as a war hero during the Second World War after the Doolittle Raid, which was a retaliatory bombing attack on the Japanese main islands that took place four months after Pearl Harbor. He became a member of the National Aviation Hall of Fame in 1967.
He married his wife, the former Josephine Daniels, in 1917. They remained together until she passed away in 1988.