Eickemeyer visits Hans Scholl
A few days later, I visited the Scholl siblings in their apartment, that is, I reciprocated Hans Scholl’s visit. During both of these visits, political topics were not even touched upon, and in particular the measures taken by the current regime were not criticized.
Hans Scholl showed me among other things pictures (artist’s portfolio) of the painter named Geyer; these interested me very much. When I returned to Scholl’s apartment a few days later to meet the artist named Geyer, I was introduced to him. …
Finally Hans Scholl approached me about allowing Geyer to use the studio during my absence, since Geyer has a large family and in the moment he is working in Munich.
Source: Second interrogation of Manfred Eickemeyer, April 7, 1943