Succinct facts on AWL's career.
The web site published by followers of Lawsonomy. They have placed online five of AWL's central writings: Born Again, Direct Credits for Everybody, Lawsonomy, Mentality, and The Almighty.
From Baseball Almanac
The Hall of Fame itself is located in the lower level of the EAA AirVenture Museum located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin--home to the premiere air show in the U.S.A.
Aerofiles is a comprehensive encyclopedia of American aircraft.
This archival collection is now housed at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee.
Digitized photos and documents from the above collection.
In this (.pdf) guide to archival collections, a short description of a large amount of Lawsoniana can be found filed under Lawson.
Lawson is credited with the first placement of numbers on uniforms in this online exhibit from the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Another archive of Lawsoniana (some materials donated by J. Kuntz in 2005).
The most visible remaining evidence of Lawson's late life activities is explained.
Double-Decker prototype car, first all-aluminum rail car. Now being restored by the Railroad Museum of Long Island. Seating arrangement likely licensed from patents held by AWL.
Online article from Aviation History magazine.
Shots of the buildings and structures of the "campus"
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