Table of Contents
- Descriptive Summary
- Access Information
- Use Information
- Acquisition Information
- Processing Information
- Preferred Form of Citation
- Biographical Note
- Scope and Content Note
- Subject Terms
- Detailed Description of the Collection
- Lyon, Marguerite, 1892-1955
- Marguerite Lyon Essay Book
- Inclusive Dates
- circa 1940-1955
- MC 2418
- 0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
- Materials are in English.
- Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries
- Book containing six essays by Marguerite Lyon on Ozark culture and folklife.
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The Marguerite Lyon Essay Book was donated to the Special Collections Department by Kayle Rice of Marquette, Michigan, in December 2005. Rice believed the book was likely collected by her husband, a bookseller.
Processed by Katrina Windon; completed September 2019.
Preferred Form of Citation
Marguerite Lyon Essay Book (MC 2418), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.
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Marguerite Lyon (1892-1955) was an American writer.
Marguerite Kemp Lyon was born to Louis B. Kemp and Rose E. McDaniel Kemp in 1892, and grew up in the Chicago area. Lyon later lived in both Centerville and Eureka Springs, Arkansas, and much of her writings focuses on Arkansas and the Ozarks. Her published works include Take to the Hills: A Chronicle of the Ozarks (1941); And the Green Grass Grows All Around (1942); And So to Bedlam: A Worm's Eye View of the Advertising Business (1943); Fresh from the Hills (1945); and Hurrah for Arkansas!: From Razorbacks to Diamonds (1947).
Scope and Content Note
Book containing six handwritten essays on Ozark culture and folklife: "Ozark Home Remedies," "Rain or Shine," "What! No Almanac," "Ozark Talk," "Mess O’Greens," and "Ozark Jewels."
Handwritten initials on the inner cover are "TCK." While the essays have been attributed to Marguerite Lyon by the processing archivist, based on correspondence to published works by Lyon, it is unknown if the book itself was compiled by Lyon. "What! No Almanac" was published as Chapter 7 of Lyon's Fresh from the Hills (1945); a revised version of "Ozark Jewels" was published as Chapter 8, "A Slick Chick - and Diamonds" in Lyon's Hurrah for Arkansas!: From Razorbacks to Diamonds (1947).
The following persons, organizations, or topics are among those represented within the collection materials:
Ozark Mountains--Social life and customs
Detailed Description of the Collection
The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection
Box Small Manuscript Collections Box 10
|Box Small Manuscript Collections Box 10||Section MC 2418||Folder 1||
Essay book, circa 1940-1955
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