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Anderson's grave stone has the inscription, "Life, Not Death, Is The Great Adventure." It sits in Round Hill Cemetery in Marion,Va. This is believed to be the house that Anderson lived in as a child in Clyde, Ohio. Marker in Marion, Va., where Anderson published the Smyth County News. Line drawing of Anderson's face with the artist's name "Hyde Man" on it and probably done in the early 1930s. Anderson built this house, called "Ripshin," on Ripshin Creek outside Troutdale, Va., in 1925.