CLEMENS, S.L. MSS.
The Clemens, S.L. mss., 1867-1944, consist of the manuscripts for "The Quaker city holy excursion, chapter 36 of The gilded age"; A tramp abroad, Sunrise on Mount Rigi, chapter 29; Following the equator, unpublished portion of chapter 51; a note and seven photographs of Clemens depicting "the progress of a moral purpose through the mind of the human race's Oldest Friend," Aug. 1906; and correspondence with Norman Hapgood, George Brinton McCleelan Harvey, Merle Johnson, Edmund Clarence Stedman, Melville Elijah Stone, and Charles Henry Webb; two autograph signatures written in blottentot; and brief notes.
Collection size: 70 items