I've been putting them here.
http://www.bigbluehistory.net/bb/Edward ... eline.html
I don't know how useful this might be for people who are researching other teams and players but there are a number of interesting things which you run across. In that vein, as I've gone about highlighting Edwards' accomplishments, I have included some tidbits about the opponents, notable things happening in the games, boxscores etc. Maybe someone may find this additional information useful.
One example is the House of David which was a commune in Benton Harbor MI. They had a basketball (and more successful baseball) team which travelled around.
In late November 1937 Oshkosh played the House of David a few times. In one of the game previews, the Oshkosh Northwestern noted:
"While the House of David team will not have the 8 foot 1 inch center it boasted last year in "Tiny" Reichert, it will have a man at the pivot post more than a foot taller than the tallest of the All Stars, and that's going some.
He is Tiny Burnette, who towers up to the dizzy height of 7 feet 7 inches, just a half -foot short of Reichert's mark. And what's more, he is a basketball player, whereas Reichert was carried along with the team mostly as a drawing card, although he was able to drop the ball into the bucket when he could reach over the heads of his opponents.
Burnette was all-conference center while at Miami University at Oxford, O. He is also a star athlete in football and track. Although he weighs 300 pounds, he really can move across the floor and he is a "whiz" at basketball. This is the first year as a professional, having only finished college the past season."
http://www.bigbluehistory.net/bb/Edward ... .html#1938
I thought the information about Reichert and Burnette was interesting. I don't know if 8' 1" is a record for a pro basketball player but it's got to be in contention.
Also, below is a photo of another of the House of David players, "Chops" Lyons.