Other Information.

A picture of the Lanyon family (parents and four siblings) taken before Walter's birth in 1887.

The back of a postcard sent by Walter to his niece in 1919. At the time, he was in the U.S. Army serving overseas in France as a translator.

By 1930, Walter Lanyon had established a reputation as an International author and lecturer. That year, he encountered a controversial preacher named M.J. Divine (better known as FATHER DIVINE). Lanyon was profoundly affected by this meeting.

In 1938, a novel written by Walter Lanyon titled "Dark Justice" was published under the pseudonym "Hugo Tresunngar". Hugo Tresunngar was Walter's maternal grandfather.

From the book jacket, "2 A.M.", published 1944

A painting by Walter Lanyon

A signed book dedication

A personal account of meeting Walter in Los Angeles --- 1958

Letters of encouragement written to Jack and Cornelia Addington --- circa 1960

Walter Lanyon died on July 4, 1967

From the book jacket, "Ask", published 1970

Interesting stories related to Walter's writings

A Concordance of fourteen Lanyon books