Dubbed the "Kipling of the Kootenays," Robert T. Anderson (1880-1960) lived in Lemon Creek during his 20s, contributing poems to local newspapers in the Kootenays. He later moved to Edmonton, became a fireman, served in W.W. I and lived for the rest of his life in Alberta.


The Older Timer and Other Poems (Edmonton Printing & Publishing Co., 1909)
Canadian Born & Other Western Verse (Edmonton: Esdale Press, 1913)
Troopers In France (Edmonton: Coles Printing, 1932)

[BCBW 2005] "Poetry" "1900-1950"