Mark Twain's Summer Home Sold.
Special to The New York Times
TARRYTOWN, N.Y., May 22. - It was announced today that Dr. Munyon, the patent medicine manufacturer, had bought the Charles A. Gardiner place at Tarrytown. It consists of about forty acres of the choices land on the hills back of the village, and commands a fine river view. It is assessed at $90,000. It was formerly owned by Mark Twain, who made his Summer home there. The sale of the place to John D. Rockefeller has been reported several times. It is expected that Dr. Munyon will make his home here.
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