Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
Biography and History
Mark Twain is the nom de plume of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, the American author and humorist of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He is famous for his stories with settings along the Mississippi River. His books include The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Life On the Mississippi, and The Prince and the Pauper.
Source: From the finding aid for C1036
Call Number: C0044
Consists of research notes, articles, bibliographies, photographs, and printed matter of Don C. Seitz, American journalist, poet, and business manager of the New York World (1898–1923).
Call Number: C0114
Mary Mapes Dodge was an author and editor of St. Nicholas magazine. This collection consists of manuscripts and correspondence concerning St. Nicholas, and correspondence, documents, photographs, and memorabilia relating to the Dodge family.
Call Number: C0150
Consists of selected material by and about the American poet Edgar Lee Masters, collected by Gertrude Claytor, a friend and fellow poet.
Call Number: C0615
Consists of various items collected by Leonard Harison relating to Mark Twain, including correspondence of Madeline Sinsheimer Block with Clara Gabrilowitsch (Twain's daughter), Harper's souvenir issue (1905) of Twain's 70th birthday, two Twain commemorative calendars (1910-1911), The Bookman's Twain issue of June, 1910, and a copy of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1904) inscribed by Twain in 1905.
Call Number: C1036
Collection consists of material by or about the celebrated American writer Mark Twain, including correspondence, photographs, and ephemera.