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ALS, 1908 October 2 : Redding, Connecticut, to Jean Clemens.

Author: Mark Twain; Jane Lampton Clemens
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Twain writes: " ... I think Clara has so strong a desire that this house shall be called, not, 'Innocence at Home' but 'Stormfield', that you and I will let her have her way. Stormfield is the best name anyway ... 1, it is set so high, that all the storms that come will break on it ... 2, the whole loggia-end of the house was built with money received from a magazine article entitled 'Captain Stormfield's Visit to  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Jane Lampton Clemens
OCLC Number: 16134737
Description: 4 p. ; 16.5 x 13 cm.

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Twain writes: " ... I think Clara has so strong a desire that this house shall be called, not, 'Innocence at Home' but 'Stormfield', that you and I will let her have her way. Stormfield is the best name anyway ... 1, it is set so high, that all the storms that come will break on it ... 2, the whole loggia-end of the house was built with money received from a magazine article entitled 'Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven' ..."

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