Beauty, Strength, Speed: Celebrating 100 Years of Thomas W. Lawson’s Dreamwold – Carol Miles and John Galluzo (2002)


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Lawson’s story is the classic “rags to riches” tale.  His Wall Street wizardry with Standard Oil and his own copper concerns amassed him an enormous fortune by 1900.  He lived life the way he dreamed, marrying the only love of his life and devoting every moment to her happiness.  When she died at 48 years old, he focused his attention on the happiness of his six children.  One hundred years has passed since the first chimes at Lawson Tower rang out and Thomas Lawson opened his Dreamwold gates to visitors.