PO Box 1032
Beginning with his first book, "Sun and Saddle Leather" in 1915, the cowboy
poet's books have never been out of print, thanks to the efforts of The
Chronicle Shop, Westerners, International, and more recently, the
Badger Clark Memorial
The poet's cabin home in South Dakota's beautiful Custer State Park is open to the public free of charge, and maintained cooperatively by the State Department of Game, Fish and Parks and the Badger Clark Memorial Society.
Shebby Lee, President of the Badger Clark Memorial Society, is the great, grand-niece of Badger Clark. Her personal reminiscence was awarded First Place in the prestigious Westerners, International Philip A. Danielson competition in 1984. The paper also garnered awards at the Dakota History Conference and Black Hills History Conference for outstanding scholarship.
"Poet Laureate Gave SD Hymn of Thanksgiving" November 24, 2010. Sioux Falls Argus Leader.
Phyllis Clark Schwartz