Edgar Guest


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United States journalist (born in England) noted for his syndicated homey verse (1881-1959)

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I don't think that collaborator Larry Guest is related to Edgar Guest, but Schuerholz certainly had to feel at home telling his story to a writer with the same last name as the greeting-card bard.
Canon John read this poem, A Child Loaned by Edgar Guest, to Reuben's grieving family and friends:
The Edgar Guest Collection, which includes Hungarian coins dating as far back as the 10th century right up to 1967, are already meticulously researched, and are now being catalogued at the Barber and prepared for display later this year, says the Barber Institute's coin curator Eurydice Georganteli.
Other books published this year included The Certain Hour by James Branch Cabell, short stories; The Rising Tide by Margaret Deland, a novel dealing with women's suffrage; Life and Gabriella by Ellen Glasgow, a novel; A Heap o' Livin' by Edgar Guest, verse; The Man Against the Sky by Edwin Arlington Robinson, poetry; Seventeen by Booth Tarkington, a novel; The Mysterious Stranger, a posthumous tale by Mark Twain; Xingu and Other Stories by Edith Wharton; and When a Man's a Man by Harold Bell Wright, a novel.
EDGAR GUEST (1881-1959), the popular American poet, wrote a poem, the first 12 lines of which are: