For decades, his works have appeared in galleries, books, and magazines, including The New York Times, The Saturday Evening Post, and Time. Marmon's works were also featured in the Peabody Award-winning PBS series, "Surviving Columbus". A collection of Marmon's best-known works are featured in his award-winning 2004 book, "The Pueblo Imagination", which he wrote in collaboration with poets Joy Harjo and Simon Ortiz, and his oldest daughter, acclaimed novelist Leslie Marmon Silko.
Lee Marmon was born into circumstances that made him uniquely positioned among beings to create this great visual tapestry. The accumulated volumes of his life's work — thousands of photographs from a bygone chapter in our nation’s cultural history — comprise a priceless gift to America.