Diana Lindsay, well known desert writer was bequeathed Marshal South estate items at the passing of Rider South, Marshal’s oldest child. These artifacts are on display at the Begole Archaeological Research Center Library (200 Palm Canyon Drive) at the Colorado Desert District State Park Headquarters.
Join her for stories of Marshal South as a controversial writer, poet and artist who homesteaded on Ghost Mountain where he and his wife raised three children during their experiment in primitive living in the desert. On display are paintings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry and photographs. The Library is open to the public for this special event.
Marshal South books will be available to purchase at the lecture.