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Papers of Mark Twain, 1862-1946,

著者: Mark TwainHenry Mills AldenIrving BachellerDaniel Carter BeardEdward William Bok所有著者
版本/格式:   档案资料 : 英语
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The collection contains manuscripts, personal correspondence, business correspondence and documents, illustrations, paintings and photographs.
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类型/形式: Correspondence
Illustrations
Manuscripts for publication
Photographs
Adaptations
Portraits
Biography
提及的人: Josh Billings; George Washington Cable; Clara Clemens; Jane Lampton Clemens; Olivia Langdon Clemens; Susy Clemens; Laura Hawkins Frazer; Zoheth S Freeman; Ossip Gabrilowitsch; Ulysses S Grant; David Ross Locke; Albert Bigelow Paine; James B Pond; Edward Quintard; Mark Twain; Mark Twain; Mark Twain; Mark Twain; Mark Twain; Mark Twain; Mark Twain
材料类型: 互联网资源
文件类型: 档案资料, 互联网资源
所有的著者/提供者: Mark Twain; Henry Mills Alden; Irving Bacheller; Daniel Carter Beard; Edward William Bok; William Bowen; Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen; George Washington Cable; William H Claggett; Augustin Daly; Frederick A Duneka; Mary Mason Fairbanks; Frank Fuller; John Galsworthy; William Gillette; Joseph T Goodman; Horace Greeley; J Henry Harper; George Brinton McClellan Harvey; John Hay; Edward Howard House; William Dean Howells; Robert Underwood Johnson; Charles Kingsley; Rudolf Lindau; John Young Walker MacAlister, Sir; Joaquin Miller; Morland, Captain; James R Osgood; Albert Bigelow Paine; Edwin Pond Parker; James B Pond; James Redpath; Henry Huttleston Rogers; Bernard Shaw; Emeline Beach Thayer; Joseph Hopkins Twichell; Charles Dudley Warner; Charles L Webster; Albert Weinert; Franklin Marshall White; Susy Clemens; B West Clinedinst; E W Kemble; Fritz Kredel; W A Rogers; Thure de Thulstrup
OCLC号码: 647831697
注意: Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
描述: 1175 items.
其他题名: Real estate notebooks.
Susy's biography.

摘要:

The collection contains manuscripts, personal correspondence, business correspondence and documents, illustrations, paintings and photographs.

The manuscripts include "The jumping frog. In English. In French," six chapters of "A tramp abroad," one chapter of "The gilded age," prefaces to the English editions of "The innocents abroad" and "Roughing it," and several other shorter pieces including "At the shrine of St. Wagner," "Be good, be good, a poem," "Concerning the Jews," "The death-disk" "From the London Times of 1904" "The great revolution in Pitcairn," "How the chimney-sweep got the ear of the emperor," "The invallid's story," "The paradise of the rheumatics," "The regular toast," and "A true story," together with Susy Clemens's "Biography of Mark Twain" with his footnotes, proof sheets of his "Autobiography," a family journal from Australia, India, etc. [in a dummy book "Heroines of History"], and John Galsworthy's "Tribute" to Twain written in the greeting book of the Mark Twain Society.

Family correspondence consists of cheerful letters to his wife Olivia Clemens and daughters Susy, Clara and Jean about his travels, lecture audiences, and acquaintances. There are also letters to his mother Jane L. Clemens, his brother Orion and family, his nephew Sam Moffett and his sister-in-law and her husband Susan Langdon and Theodore Crane.

Business correspondence concerns Twain's emergence from the bankruptcy of Charles L. Webster Publishing Co. in which he was the majority stockholder. There are also book contracts, papers concerning his ill fated Paige typesetter investment, and papers concerning Edward H. House's unsuccessful suit against him over dramatization rights to "The prince and the pauper."

There is professional correspondence with authors, editors, and publishers in the United States and England including Hjalmar Boyesen, George Washington Cable, William H. Claggett, John Galsworthy (to Cyril Clemens), William Dean Howells, Albert Bigelow Paine, George Bernard Shaw, and Charles Dudley Warner.

Other correspondents include fellow journalists and miners in the U.S. West in the 1860s, voyagers on "The Quaker City," friends in Hartford, Ct., Hannibal, Mo., and Keokuk, Ia., members of the Players Club and other societies to which he belonged, friends from his travels, and his reading public.

The collection also contains Clemens family real estate notebooks, n.d.; photographs of Twain, his family and friends; a portrait by Mrs. Edward A. Ward; a bronze bust by Albert Weinert, 1899; drawings, medallions and other art including illustrations of Twain's works.

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