Merle outside the University of Lawsonomy in Sturtevant, WI.
Merle as a young officer in the Direct Credits Society.
Merle in his Direct Credits cap - then and now.
Merle holding an issue of Lawson's paper - The Benefactor
Alfred Lawson with model of his first airliner, photo taken at the Wisconsin Cenntenial in 1948.
Lawson's second airliner (aka the Lawson Midnight Liner) crashed in a field near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 9th, 1921.
Last large gathering of Direct Credits officers assembled in Springfield, IL, September 10th, 1939.
All Nations Float designed by Direct Credit's Major General Alvira Haagsma, Cleveland, OH, September 16th, 1934.
Merle and Betty by their trailer at the 2009 EAA AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Merle and Betty reminisce over old high school year books at Betty's home in Naples, Florida.
Merle beside the billboard that sat along Interstate 94 between Milwaukee and Chicago.
Merle, in costume, delivering a recitation from one of Lawson's earliest publications - The Devil
Electronic Press Kit for Manlife
Original motion picture soundtrack for Manlife by Greg Peterson.
Timeline of Lawson's achievements and hope for the future.