The First Planned Lawson Community

There's little doubt that Alfred W. Lawson's development of Lawsonomy--and later, Lawsonian Religion--was influenced by his exposure to Wilbur Glenn Voliva's insular community at Zion, Illinois. In 1918-1919, one of Lawson's enthusiastic supporters was Zion resident Edgar Croft; and there's evidence that Lawson stayed in Zion while his Milwaukee airplane factory was operating. In the... Continue Reading →

The Lawson Credo

[Between 2009 and 2011, I maintained a TypePad blog, "More Fiends," intended to update my book Baseball Fiends and Flying Machines. Those posts can still be found in the archive.org Wayback Machine, but I stopped updating that site in 2011. Because this WordPress site promotes and updates all my books, I'd like to republish some... Continue Reading →

The Fleecing of Kokomo

[Between 2009 and 2011, I maintained a TypePad blog, "More Fiends," intended to update my book Baseball Fiends and Flying Machines. Those posts can still be found in the archive.org Wayback Machine, but I stopped updating that site in 2011. Because this WordPress site promotes and updates all my books, I'd like to republish some... Continue Reading →

New Image of George Lawson

[Between 2009 and 2011, I maintained a TypePad blog, "More Fiends," intended to update my book Baseball Fiends and Flying Machines. Those posts can still be found in the archive.org Wayback Machine, but I stopped updating that site in 2011. Because this WordPress site promotes and updates all my books, I'd like to republish some... Continue Reading →

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