Leona Dalrymple (Mrs. C. Acton Wilson) ( 1884 - ? ) was an American author. In 1914, she won a prize of $10,000 for her novel, Diane of the Green Van. Among her other stories are Traumerei (1912); The lovable Meddler (1915); Jimsy, The Christmas Kid (1915); When the Yule-Log Burns (1916); Kenny (1917); "Paul" stories (1920). She also wrote short stories for magazines and moving picture scenarios.
There was an aeroplane upon the water and in the aeroplane a tall young man with considerable length of sinewy limb, lazily rolling a cigarette. Diane unconsciously approved the clear bronze of his lean, burned face and his eyes, blue, steady, calm as the waters of the lake he rode.
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