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Mark Twain's name appeared countless times in the pages of The New York Times newspaper throughout his lifetime and for years after his death. These articles represent only a small fraction of the media coverage Twain and his family received from the New York press. Included are some of Twain's own letters, speeches and short stories. The collection is listed in chronological order.

May 1, 1867 - New Publications [Jumping Frog]
May 7, 1867 - Mark Twain's Lecture [Sandwich Islands]
June 9, 1867 - The Pleasure Excursion to Europe and Palestine - Sailing of the Quaker City
July 23, 1871 - A New Beecher Church
January 25, 1872 - Mark Twain's Lecture ["Roughing It"]
November 26, 1872 - PERILS OF THE SEA.
February 6, 1873 - Mark Twain's Lecture on the Sandwich Islands [Review]

June 11, 1873 - MARK TWAIN. An Interesting Question in Trade-Mark - The "Innocent" at Law
June 12, 1873 - Mark Twain's Suit - He Obtains a Permanent Injunction
September 17, 1874 - AMUSEMENTS. [Review of performance of "The Gilded Age"]
November 29, 1874 - SOCIABLE JIMMY
December 24, 1874 - AMUSEMENTS. The 100th Representation of "The Gilded Age"
April 29, 1875 - PROPOSED SHAKESPEAREAN MEMORIAL.
October 1, 1875 - A PERSISTENT BEGGAR.
December 9, 1875 - MARK TWAIN'S CONTRIBUTION
March 19, 1876 - MARK TWAIN ON ST. PATRICK.
October 2, 1876 - MARK TWAIN IN POLITICS.
October 29, 1876 - MARK TWAIN COMPLIMENTS POSTMASTER JAMES.
December 23, 1876 - FOREFATHERS' DAY.
January 13, 1877 - Unsigned book review for TOM SAWYER
February 7, 1877 - PRESS CLUB ENTERTAINMENT.
June 17, 1877 - MARK TWAIN. [How he got his name.]
August 1, 1877 - AMUSEMENTS. - FIFTH-AVENUE THEATRE.
September 20, 1877 - MARK TWAIN'S "TRAMP" OF THE SEA.
October 7, 1877 - MARK TWAIN'S WAR EXPERIENCES.
December 20, 1877 - TWAIN AT THE WHITTIER DINNER.
April 12,1878 - THE START FOR GERMANY.
April 11, 1879 - TOO LATE FOR ROGER MCPHERSON.
September 3, 1879 - MARK TWAIN HOME AGAIN.
October 19, 1879 - "THE INNOCENTS" IN ELMIRA.
October 19, 1879 - PATRIOTIC LETTER FROM MARK TWAIN.
November 15, 1879 - BANQUET OF THE ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.
November 26, 1879 - HOW HIS TIME IS WASTED
December 14, 1879 - THE POSTAL ORDER AGAIN
January 2, 1880 - MARK TWAIN ON ARTEMUS WARD.
October 17, 1880 - GEN. GRANT IN HARTFORD
October 27, 1880 - MARK TWAIN LIFTS HIS VOICE.
December 15, 1880 - BABIES AS BURGLAR ALARMS.
January 2, 1881 - THE HOME OF MARK TWAIN
February 25, 1881 - THE PAPYRUS CLUB'S GUESTS.
June 9, 1881 - VETERANS OF THE POTOMAC. Annual meeting and festivities.
September 25, 1881 - MARK TWAIN TRANSLATED (editorial on French translations
December 2, 1881 - MARK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK
December 8, 1881 - AUTHORITATIVE CONTRADICTION. IS NOT DEAD.
December 10, 1881 - MARK TWAIN IN MONTREAL
December 17, 1881 - CANADA SURPRISES MARK TWAIN.
December 25, 1881 - MARK TWAIN EXPLAINS. THE COPYRIGHT LAWS.
December 26, 1881 - MARK TWAIN ON THE PILGRIMS.
December 26, 1881 - GENERAL NOTES (Mark Twain's Copyright)
December 29, 1881 - MARK TWAIN'S COPYRIGHT
September 10, 1882 - MARK TWAIN'S SUMMER HOME.
November 21, 1882 - MARK TWAIN'S BAROMETER
December 23, 1882 - ON PLYMOUTH ROCK AGAIN.
December 25, 1882 - TROLLOPE AND MARK TWAIN by Joaquin Miller
January 10, 1883 - MARK TWAIN LOSES A SUIT.
March 11, 1883 - JUDGE CLEMENS
May 30, 1883 - MARK TWAIN'S COPYRIGHT STRUGGLES
June 10, 1883 - MR. MARK TWAIN EXCITED.
November 11, 1883 - MARK TWAIN ON COPYRIGHT LAW.
December 4, 1883 - MARK TWAIN AGGRIEVED.
November 19, 1884 - GENIUS AND VERSATILITY.
December 31, 1884 - PUT HIM ON THE WITNESS STAND.
January 15, 1885 - MARK TWAIN A PLAINTIFF
March 19, 1885 - TRASHY AND VICIOUS.
April 10, 1885 - FOR THE ACTORS' FUND
August 10, 1886 - AN INJUNCTION REFUSED (against John Wanamaker)
March 21, 1887 - MARK TWAIN'S ENGLISH ROYALTIES.
April 9, 1889 - BASEBALL AT DELMONICO'S
December 10, 1889 - MARK TWAIN AND HIS BOOK. THE COPYRIGHT QUESTION.
December 17, 1889 - AUTHOR'S READINGS.
January 21, 1890 - ELSIE LESLIE [review of opening of "The Prince and The Pauper"]
January 27, 1890 - MARK TWAIN HAULED UP.
January 28, 1890 - AFFIDAVITS THAT CLASH.
January 31, 1890 - IS HIS WORD TWAIN ALSO
March 9, 1890 - MARK TWAIN IS DEFEATED
March 10, 1890 - TWO WAYS LEFT OPEN. AN APPEAL.
March 11, 1890 - A STAY OF PROCEEDINGS
March 12, 1890 - HOUSE MAKES TERMS
March 16, 1890 - Untitled editorial on "The Prince and the Pauper" lawsuit
September 7, 1890 - THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER.
March 30, 1892 - PAIGE TYPE-SETTING MACHINES.
October 5, 1892 - Work of the courts.
November 1, 1893 - S. L. CLEMENS TIRED OF BUSINESS
November 10, 1893 - Lotos Dinner to Mark Twain
November 12, 1893 - "MARK TWAIN" AT DINNER
November 21, 1893 - A GALA NIGHT AT THE FENCERS
December 11, 1893 - "Mark Twain" Visits Editor Bunner
December 15, 1893 - "Mark Twain" Too Ill to Lecture
February 27, 1894 - Mark Twain's Old Stories.
May 10, 1894 - CHARLES L. WEBSTER & CO.'S AFFAIRS
August 16, 1894 - MAYOR GILROY SAILS FOR EUROPE - Gloomy, Fellow Passenger Mark Twain
September 19, 1894 - BUSINESS TROUBLES
May 23, 1895 - MARK TWAIN IN THE PLAYHOUSE. Pudd'nHead Wilson
July 12, 1895 - EXAMINING MARK TWAIN'S ASSETS
July 23, 1895 - MARK TWAIN BEGINS HIS TOUR
August 17, 1895 - MARK TWAIN'S PLAN OF SETTLEMENT
August 23, 1896 - LEARNS OF HER DAUGHTER'S DEATH
November 6, 1897 - MARK TWAIN STILL IN DEBT.
November 14, 1897 - Mark Twain Sees an Opportunity
November 27, 1897 - Mark Twain's Vienna Speech in German.
January 1, 1898 - Mark Twain Paying His Firm's Debts.
March 12, 1898 - MARK TWAIN'S DEBTS AS PAID.
June 20, 1898 - Mark Twain on the Two Wars.
July 24, 1898 - FOURTH OF JULY IN BERLIN. Twain Writes Letter
October 20, 1898 - Mark Twain on Universal Peace.
November 13, 1898 - A MEDALLION OF MARK TWAIN
March 26, 1899 - Mark Twain Wants $75,000 (for Ambassador's salary)
May 27, 1899 - MARK TWAIN'S BOOK
May 29, 1899 - TOPICS OF THE TIMES. [Mark Twain's autobiography]
May 31, 1899 - TOPICS OF THE TIMES. [More on the autobiography]
June 11, 1899 - TWAIN'S FAREWELL TO VIENNA.
June 17, 1899 - DINNER TO MARK TWAIN. [Whitefriars Club]
June 24, 1899 - Mark Twain's London Speech [Author's Club]
June 25, 1899 - MARK TWAIN'S FIRST SUCCESS
July 15, 1899 - Mark Twain's Speech on the Fourth
July 29, 1899 - Mark Twain's Editions in England
September 9, 1899 - MARK TWAIN ON RUDYARD KIPLING
November 11, 1899 - MARK TWAIN'S BOYHOOD.
July 7, 1900 - TWO SPEECHES. Made in London by Choate and Twain
October 13, 1900 - MARK TWAIN'S HOMECOMING
October 13, 1900 - THE HERO AS MAN OF LETTERS
October 16, 1900 - MARK TWAIN HOME AGAIN
October 18, 1900 - BAZAAR FOR GALVESTON ORPHANS
October 20, 1900 - MARK TWAIN AND GRANT - MAJOR POND'S TRIBUTE
October 27, 1900 - MARK TWAIN'S IMPERISHABLE CHARACTERS
November 13, 1900 - RECEPTION TO MARK TWAIN
November 16, 1900 - AUTHORS HONOR MARK TWAIN
November 17, 1900 - MARK TWAIN. The Lotos Club Dinner.
November 22, 1900 - MARK TWAIN HAS GRIEVANCE.
November 23, 1900 - MARK TWAIN IS AVENGED.
November 24, 1900 - MARK TWAIN TO WOMEN. Public Education
December 5, 1900 - DINNER TO MARK TWAIN. Aldine Association Dinner
December 7, 1900 - BANQUET OF THE ST. NICHOLAS SOCIETY
December 13, 1900 - HOW LIEUT. CHURCHILL ESCAPED FROM BOERS
December 15, 1900 - Mark Twain at the Aldine Club
January 5, 1901 - BISHOP POTTER SAYS HE WAS APPROACHED
January 7, 1901 - Untitled Editorial on Anti-Imperialism
January 11, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, LITERATURE AND WAR. Letter from Moncure Conway
January 20, 1901 - MARK TWAIN ON HAZING.
January 21, 1901 - MARK TWAIN SAYS WOMEN SHOULD VOTE
February 3, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TELLS ABOUT PAWNBROKERS
February 7, 1901 - CERTAINLY FALSE, BUT PROBABLY FUNNY
February 8, 1901 - AGREES WITH MARK TWAIN; MARK TWAIN'S YOUNGER DAYS
February 9, 1901 - MR. CHRISTIAN PATRIOT AND MARK TWAIN
February 12, 1901 - BLUE AND GRAY PAY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN
February 28, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, OSTEOPATH
March 1, 1901 - [Letter to the Editor] MARK TWAIN, OSTEOPATH
March 14, 1901 - MARK TWAIN A WITNESS [Rudyard Kipling Suit]
March 17, 1901 - MARK TWAIN ON TRAINING THAT PAYS
March 22, 1901 - DEMAND THAT TWAIN RETRACT
March 24, 1901 - LOTOS CLUB'S WELCOME TO THE GOVERNOR
March 24, 1901 - SLANDER'S MASK OF HUMOR.
March 27, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, PLAINTIFF
March 31, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TELLS OF HIS BUSINESS VENTURES
April 25, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TO THE CLUB (Letter to the Get Together Club
May 4, 1901 - MR. MABIE. THE SPEECH OF MARK TWAIN
May 10, 1901 - MARK TWAIN AT PRINCETON
May 12, 1901 - MARK TWAIN READS TO WOMEN
May 29, 1901 - A MISSOURI SOCIETY NOW
July 23, 1901 - LETTER FROM MARK TWAIN.
October 11, 1901 - BURGLARIES ALARM RIVERDALE RESIDENTS
October 18, 1901 - MARK TWAIN MAKES A SPEECH.
October 30, 1901 - MARK TWAIN AND SETH LOW SPEAK
November 7, 1901 - "THE ACORNS" HOLD AN ELECTION JUBILEE
November 8, 1901 - TWAIN'S RIVAL STORY TELLER.
November 10, 1901 - BRITONS HERE TOAST THEIR KING EDWARD
November 17, 1901 - MR. CHOATE ARRAIGNED BEFORE LOTOS CLUB
December 1, 1901 - SONS OF SCOTLAND MAKE MERRY
January 29, 1902 - MR. ROCKEFELLER'S CLASS.
February 5, 1902 - PETITION TO STOP WAR
March 9, 1902 - MARK TWAIN ON MEDICINE
April 1, 1902 - THE KANAWHA AT SANTIAGO
April 8, 1902 - COMING BACK FROM CUBA
April 9, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S NEW HOME [Tarrytown, NY]
April 21, 1902 - CLARA MORRIS TELLS OF STAGE LIFE'S TRIALS
April 21, 1902 - HELEN KELLER AND MARK TWAIN
June 1, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S VISIT [to Hannibal]
June 5, 1902 - DEGREE FOR MARK TWAIN
June 7, 1902 - [Editorial] MARK TWAIN'S FAREWELL?
June 7, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S FAREWELL [speech in St. Louis, MO]
June 8, 1902 - MARK TWAIN AMONG SCENES OF EARLY LIFE. [Horace Bixby]
June 18,1902 - GEN. PORTER HONORED AT LOTOS CLUB DINNER
August 20, 1902 - MARK TWAIN PROTESTS
September 6, 1902 - Mark Twain on "Huck Finn"
October 22, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S JOKE
November 29, 1902 - MARK TWAIN ENTERTAINED [67th Birthday]
November 30, 1902 - WHEN MARK TWAIN GOT HIS SAY [birthday speech]
January 10, 1903 - MARK TWAIN'S SKULL
March 28, 1903 - "The Stolen White Elephant" as a Play
March 31, 1903 - RACES ON THE MISSISSIPPI
May 3, 1903 - Mark Twain's Taxes Reduced
June 28, 1903 - Mark Twain's Roast Chickens
October 4, 1903 - Mark Twain Reflects
October 16, 1903 - MARK TWAIN FOR LOW. [Letter to Women's Municipal League]
October 24, 1903 - MARK TWAIN
October 25, 1903 - MARK TWAIN MAKES SOME PARTING REMARKS
November 9, 1903 - Mark Twain's Villa Near Florence
April 10, 1904 - MARK TWAIN TO REFORM THE LANGUAGE OF ITALY
June 7, 1904 - MARK TWAIN'S WIFE DEAD.
June 8, 1904 - FUNERAL OF MRS. CLEMENS (Rites in Italy)
June 14, 1904 - TWAIN WOULD BE AN EXHIBIT (at World's Fair)
June 29, 1904 - Mark Twain Sails for New York
July 13, 1904 - CLEMENS BRINGS WIFE'S BODY
July 15, 1904 - Mark Twain's Wife Buried in Elmira
August 18, 1904 - "MARK TWAIN" LEASES HOUSE
August 2, 1904 - MARK TWAIN'S DAUGHTER HURT - Her horse killed
September 15, 1904 - H. H. ROGERS HOME AGAIN. Mark Twain Meets Him.
December 22, 1904 - MARK TWAIN PLACE SOLD [Tarrytown]
April 9, 1905 - A TALK WITH MARK TWAIN'S CAT, THE OWNER BEING INVISIBLE
May 15, 1905 - MERCIFUL MARK TWAIN WRITES TO MAIMED GIRL
August 20, 1905 - MARK TWAIN ILL OF GOUT.
September 10, 1905 - TWAIN'S TRIBUTE TO ENVOYS
September 27, 1905 - THE JEROME NOMINATORS.
October 26, 1905 - THESE ARE FOR IVINS.
November 4, 1905 - INDEPENDENTS WARM UP FOR IVINS AND JEROME
November 24, 1905 - MARK TWAIN DINNER.
November 26, 1905 - MARK TWAIN: A HUMORISTS CONFESSION
November 28, 1905 - Mark Twain the President's Guest
December 6, 1905 - CELEBRATE MARK TWAIN'S SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY
December 19, 1905 - MARK TWAIN SPEAKS AFTER BERNHARDT ACTS
December 22, 1905 - JOAN OF ARC APPEARS TO STARTLE MARK TWAIN.
January 3, 1906 - PATRICK'S FIGHT FOR LIFE.
January 4, 1906 - PLAYERS DINE MARK TWAIN.
January 17, 1906 - MARK TWAIN AT THE SHOW.
January 18, 1906 - FOR A MONUMENT TO FULTON.
January 21, 1906 - MARK TWAIN PAYS FOR FUN.
January 23, 1906 - CHOATE AND TWAIN PLEAD FOR TUSKEGEE
January 30, 1906 - VIEWS OF MARK TWAIN ON BEING IN CONGRESS
February 8, 1906 - TWAIN ON ROCKEFELLER, JR.
February 17, 1906 - ENDS OF THE EARTHERS FOREGATHER HERE AGAIN
February 18, 1906 - FOR A MONUMENT TO FULTON.
February 20, 1906 - TWAIN'S LATEST MAXIM.
February 21, 1906 - TWAIN THE GREATEST.
March 5, 1906 - POLICE HUSTLE CROWD AWAITING MARK TWAIN
March 9, 1906 - TWAIN'S WANING CONSCIENCE.
March 12, 1906 - CARNEGIE ASSAULTS THE SPELLING BOOK
March 23, 1906 - ROCKEFELLER, JR., THERE IN SPITE OF NEW HEIR
March 27, 1906 - NEVER TOO ILL FOR A STORY.
March 30, 1906 - ARMS TO FREE RUSSIA, TCHAYKOFFSKY'S APPEAL
March 30, 1906 - TWAIN AND CHOATE TALK AT MEETING FOR BLIND
April 3, 1906 - MARK TWAIN LETTER SOLD. Written to Thomas Nast.
April 4, 1906 - MARK TWAIN TALKS TO COLLEGE WOMEN
April 6, 1906 - MARK TWAIN ON J. W. FOLEY.
April 8, 1906 - TWAIN AND SIR PURDON LAUD SMITH GRADUATES
April 10, 1906 - MORNINGSTAR WINNER IN BILLIARD OPENING
April 12, 1906 - GORKY AND MARK TWAIN PLEAD FOR REVOLUTION
April 12, 1906 - HOPPE DEFEATS CUTLER; SCHAEFER WINS EASILY
April 13, 1906 - MAXIM GORKY VISITS TOMB OF GRANT
April 15, 1906 - GORKY AND ACTRESS ASKED TO QUIT HOTELS
April 15, 1906 - MARK TWAIN TELLS HOW TO MANAGE AUDIENCES
April 19, 1906 - SUTTON BEATS SLOSSON BY SUPERIOR BILLIARDS
April 20, 1906 - MARK TWAIN APPEALS FOR THE 'SMITTEN CITY'
April 20, 1906 - MARK TWAIN [poem by James Ernest Caldwell]
April 22, 1906 - CALIFORNIA'S WOMEN HERE ARE GOING TO AID
May 7, 1906 - MARK TWAIN OUT AGAIN. Recovered from Bronchitis
May 21, 1906 - FOR A BOOTH MEMORIAL
September 18, 1906 - A PEOPLE'S LOBBY TO WATCH CONGRESS.
September 20, 1906 - SPELLING AND PICTURES AND TWAIN AT DINNER.
September 23, 1906 - MISS CLEMENS IN CONCERT
November 5, 1906 - "MARK TWAIN" INDORSES EXPOSURE OF MRS. EDDY
November 24, 1906 - BAR MARK TWAIN'S BOOK
December 8, 1906 - MARK TWAIN IN WHITE AMUSES CONGRESSMEN.
December 9, 1906 - TWAIN PLEADS FOR THANKS.
December 10, 1906 - [Editorial] A Humorist at His Best.
December 11, 1906 - MARK TWAIN, LOBBYIST.
December 12, 1906 - TWAIN'S PLAN TO BEAT THE COPYRIGHT LAW
December 12, 1906 - WATTERSON SAYS FREELY THAT HE IS A JINGO
December 23, 1906 - TWAIN AND THE TELEPHONE
January 1, 1907 - MARK TWAIN AND TWIN CHEER NEW YEAR'S PARTY
January 10, 1907 - MORE HEALTH THAN HE NEEDS
January 12, 1907 - CALLS MARK TWAIN OUR GREATEST NOVELIST.
January 13, 1907 - A LINCOLN MEMORIAL.
January 27, 1907 - DINNER TO SENATOR CLARK.
January 30, 1907 - AID FOR HARTE'S DAUGHTER
February 2, 1907 - TWAIN VISITS BINGHAM.
February 3, 1907 - Obituary for Andrew W. Foster
February 3, 1907 - Col. Harvey tells story of Twain and Henry Rogers
February 15, 1907 - KEATS-SHELLEY MEETING PLEASES
February 24, 1907 - [Longfellow Centenary special section tribute]
March 3, 1907 - HALSTEAD'S GOLDEN WEDDING.
March 4, 1907 - SAY CZAR'S DOOM IS NEAR AT HAND
March 5, 1907 - ALADIN APPEALS TO UNITED STATES.
March 6, 1907 - WON AT BILLIARDS BY SINGLE POINT.
March 8, 1907 - HONOR CROSBY'S MEMORY
March 28, 1907 - COUNT SPIRIDOVITCH GIVES A LUNCHEON.
March 31, 1907 - MARK TWAIN'S WANDERINGS AT AN END
April 15, 1907 - MARK TWAIN TELLS OF BEING AN ACTOR
May 1, 1907 - MARK TWAIN FUSS IN ACTOR'S FAIR.
May 2, 1907 - WARM APOLOGIES TO MARK TWAIN.
May 4, 1907 - TWAIN AND YACHT DISAPPEAR AT SEA
May 5, 1907 - MARK TWAIN INVESTIGATING.
May 7, 1907 - ACTORS' FUND FAIR OPENS WITH VIM.
May 11, 1907 - OXFORD DEGREE FOR TWAIN.
May 11, 1907 - ELECT A SUCCESSOR TO MRS. ROSENFELD
May 12, 1907 - MIGHTY MARK TWAIN OVERAWES MARINES
June 9, 1907 - MARK TWAIN SAILS FOR OXFORD HONORS
June 19, 1907 - SHAW MEETS TWAIN AND EXPLAINS HIM
June 20, 1907 - MARK TWAIN LONDON'S LION.
June 21, 1907 - TWAIN STARTLES LONDON. Strolls in Bathrobe.
June 22, 1907 - MARK TWAIN IS REID'S GUEST.
June 23, 1907 - TWAIN AMUSES KING AND QUEEN
June 24, 1907 - HIS HAT ON BEFORE KING.
June 25, 1907 - TWAIN IN THE COMMONS.
June 26, 1907 - MARK TWAIN HUMOR APPROVED BY PUNCH
June 27, 1907 - MARK TWAIN, D. LITT., OXFORD.
June 28, 1907 - GREAT PAGEANT AT OXFORD.
June 30, 1907 - MARK TWAIN LIVING UP TO HIS DEGREE
June 30, 1907 - MARK TWAIN'S EXPERIENCES IN THE HANDS OF BRITISH INTERVIEWERS.
June 30, 1907 - BANQUET TO MARK TWAIN.
July 10, 1907 - PUNCH DINES MARK TWAIN.
July 13, 1907 - TWAIN POSTPONES FUNERAL.
July 16, 1907 - TWAIN BARS LAND TRIPS.
July 18, 1907 - FROM TWAIN BY WIRELESS. Bark Lost Her Bowsprit In Collision with the Minnetonka.
July 23, 1907 - MARK TWAIN HOME IN GOOD HUMOR
August 20, 1907 - NOBEL PRIZE FOR KIPLING
September 18, 1907 - H. H. ROGERS DRIVES AUTO. Has Mark Twain as Guest
September 22, 1907 - MARK TWAIN SKIPPER OF ROGERS'S YACHT
September 24, 1907 - HONOR FULTON AT JAMESTOWN
October 16, 1907 - JOHN HAYS HAMMOND SUED
October 17, 1907 - SWORN JEST BY MARK TWAIN.
November 20, 1907 - UPTOWN AUDIENCE AT CHILDREN'S PLAY
December 1, 1907 - MARK TWAIN 72.
December 10, 1907 - MARK TWAIN JEERS AT SIMPLE SPELLING
December 19, 1907 - CLEMENCY ASKED FOR TCHAYKOVSKY
December 21, 1907 - MARK TWAIN CONCERN GIVES UP THE GHOST. Plasmon Company.
December 23, 1907 - HOW MARK TWAIN 'WORKED' GEN. MILES.
December 27, 1907 - WANT TCHAYKOVSKY FREE.
December 29, 1907 - DINNER TO W. D. HOWELLS.
January 10, 1908 - MARK TWAIN ON BANK PLAN.
January 12, 1908 - MARK TWAIN NOW AFTER COMPLIMENTS
January 12, 1908 - INVITED BY NORIDCA
January 19, 1908 - THE KNICKERBOCKER GETS 2 WEEKS MORE.
January 19, 1908 - MARK TWAIN STUNNED [at death of E. C. Stedman]
January 26, 1908 - Mark Twain Sails for Bermuda
January 30, 1908 - Receiver wants to see Mark Twain
February 14, 1908 - Collie Ballet For Collier
February 20, 1908 - AMBASSADOR REID THE PILGRIMS' GUEST
February 23, 1908 - ROGERS AND TWAIN SAIL
February 27, 1908 - ANTI-NOISE SOCIETY REVIEWS PROGRESS
March 1, 1908 - AFTER-DINNER SPEAKERS TELL HOW THEY DO IT
March 18, 1908 - GREAT MEN'S LETTERS SOLD AT AUCTION.
April 14, 1908 - TWAIN AND ROGERS BACK FROM BERMUDA
April 17, 1908 - New Plea for Tchaykovsky.
April 19, 1908 - TWAIN AND MCCARREN MIX WIT WITH ART
April 19, 1908 - Mark Twain Tells About the Cat.
April 24, 1908 - CHILD ACTORS WARM TO THEIR MARK TWAIN
May 15, 1908 - JUBILEE DEDICATION FOR CITY COLLEGE
May 21, 1908 - MARK TWAIN GIVES THANKS. To the American Booksellers.
May 26, 1908 - TWAIN EULOGIZES QUEEN VICTORIA
June 3, 1908 - BUSINESS TROUBLES - THE PLASMON COMPANY
June 8, 1908 - Dinner to Charles Rann Kennedy
June 9, 1908 - MARK TWAIN GIVES $10.
June 12, 1908 - TWAIN HEADS THEATRE.
June 14, 1908 - TWAIN'S DAUGHTER TALKS ABOUT HIM.
June 27, 1908 - From Mark Twain to Mrs. Cleveland
July 1, 1908 - MEMORIAL TO T. B. ALDRICH
August 2, 1908 - EDITOR MOFFETT DIES, STRUGGLING IN SURF
September 8, 1908 - NEW YORK LOSES MARK TWAIN
September 19, 1908 - BURGLARS INVADE MARK TWAIN VILLA
November 6, 1908 - PILGRIMS DINE LORD NORTHCLIFFE
November 11, 1908 - MARK TWAIN BURGLARS ON TRIAL
November 12, 1908 - TWAIN BURGLARS SENTENCED.
November 26, 1908 - Mark Twain in Milk Products Company
December 1, 1908 - MARK TWAIN IS 73.
December 21, 1908 - SAVES MISS CLARA CLEMENS.
December 24, 1908 - MARK TWAIN TURNS INTO A CORPORATION
December 28, 1908 - MARK TWAIN TO RED CROSS.
January 21, 1909 - TWAIN TALKS TO DOCTORS.
March 18, 1909 - CARNEGIE HONORED BY CLUB HE FINANCED
March 18, 1909 - Mark Twain's Secretary to Wed.
March 19, 1909 - Mark Twain's Secretary a Bride.
April 4, 1909 - VIRGINIANS GIVE PRAISE TO ROGERS
April 9, 1909 - Mark Twain Adds 150 Acres to Farm.
April 14, 1909 - CLARA CLEMENS SINGS
April 18, 1909 - MARK TWAIN YEARS AGO [in Buffalo, NY]
May 1, 1909 - IS SHAKESPEARE DEAD?
May 8, 1909 - JEROME REVIEWS HIS OFFICIAL YEARS
May 20, 1909 - H. H. ROGERS DEAD. MARK TWAIN GRIEF-STRICKEN.
June 9, 1909 - CAN MARK TWAIN BE A LITERARY PIRATE?
June 10, 1909 - AN OVERSIGHT - MARK TWAIN.
June 10, 1909 - Mark Twain's Alibi
June 11, 1909 - TWAIN'S FOOTNOTE LOST.
July 15, 1909 - WANTS MARK TWAIN TO EXPLAIN TO HER.
July 16, 1909 - MRS. ASHCROFT NOT SEEN.
July 28, 1909 - CLEMENS SUIT A SURPRISE.
August 4, 1909 - ASHCROFT ACCUSES MISS CLARA CLEMENS
August 10, 1909 - END OF CHILDREN'S THEATRE.
September 13, 1909 - MARK TWAIN SUITS ALL OFF.
October 6, 1909 - MISS CLEMENS WEDS TODAY.
October 7, 1909 - MISS CLEMENS WEDS MR. GABRILOWITSCH.
November 6, 1909 - HUMOROUS BOOKS OF RECENT ISSUE [CAPT. STORMFIELD]
December 2, 1909 - AMERICANS ACTIVE FOR TCHAYKOVSKY
December 21, 1909 - MARK TWAIN DONE WITH WORK
December 24, 1909 - TWAIN'S MERRY CHRISTMAS.
December 25, 1909 - MISS JEAN CLEMENS FOUND DEAD IN BATH
December 26, 1909 - MARK TWAIN BEARS UP WELL.
December 26, 1909 - TWAIN MSS. IN DEMAND
January 6, 1910 - MARK TWAIN GOES BACK.
January 15, 1910 - TO S. L. CLEMENS.
February 6, 1910 - WAS "TOM SAWYER" DANISH OR AMERICAN?
April 15, 1910 - MARK TWAIN BACK IN FEEBLE HEALTH
April 16, 1910 - MARK TWAIN HOLDS HIS OWN.
April 17, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S DAUGHTER HERE
April 18, 1910 - MARK TWAIN SEEMS BETTER.
April 19, 1910 - Mark Twain Improving
April 20, 1910 - Mark Twain a Little Weaker
April 21, 1910 - MARK TWAIN SINKING.
April 22, 1910 - MARK TWAIN IS DEAD AT 74
April 22, 1910 - [Editorial] MARK TWAIN.
April 23, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S LAST BOOK.
April 23, 1910 - Mark Twain and Halley's Comet
April 23, 1910 - MARK TWAIN.
April 23, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S BODY TO BE HERE TODAY
April 23, 1910 - TRIBUTE TO TWAIN BY HIS HOME FOLK
April 24, 1910 - LAST GLIMPSE HERE OF MARK TWAIN
April 24, 1910 - MARK TWAIN --- PHILOSOPHER OF DEMOCRACY
April 24, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S FIRST ENGLISH CRITIC
April 25, 1910 - TWAIN AT REST; BURIED BESIDE WIFE
May 1, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S SECRET BOOK GIVES STARTLING VIEWS
May 4, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S WILL FILED.
May 8, 1910 - King Edward and Mark Twain.
May 14, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S "AUTOMATON"
May 22, 1910 - JUBILEE STORY BY MARK TWAIN FOR PRIVATE CIRCULATION
July 2, 1910 - HONESTY OF MEN AND WOMEN.
July 7, 1910 - Manly and Wifely Honesty [Letter to Editor]
July 10, 1910 - TWAIN BOOKS FOR LIBRARY
July 30, 1910 - Twain Statue for Heidelberg
August 6, 1910 - MARK TWAIN, ORATOR
August 20, 1910 - Daughter Born to Mrs. Gabrilowitsch
August 21, 1910 - MARK TWAIN'S AUTOGRAPH
October 8, 1910 - MR. HOWELLS'S MARK TWAIN
October 27, 1910 - MARK TWAIN LEFT DAUGHTER $611,136
October 28, 1910 - [Editorial] MARK TWAIN'S FORTUNE
November 14, 1910 - MEMORIAL TO MARK TWAIN
November 23, 1910 - TRIBUTE TO MARK TWAIN.
December 1, 1910 - PAY WARM TRIBUTE TO TWAIN'S MEMORY
December 3, 1910 - TRIBUTE TO MARK TWAIN By BRANDER MATTHEWS
December 4, 1910 - Mark Twain's Relatives [Letter to the Editor]
December 7, 1910 - Mark Twain's Family [Letter to the Editor]
January 6, 1911 - TO BUY MARK TWAIN'S HOME. [Hannibal, Mo.]
February 7, 1911 - "THE HEAVENLY TWINS"
February 8, 1911 - TWAIN MANUSCRIPTS SOLD
February 9, 1911 - MORE TWAIN BOOKS SOLD
February 12, 1911 - SHARP COMMENTS BY TWAIN
February 19, 1911 - DEDICATE TWAIN'S LIBRARY
March 26, 1911 - QUERIES PUT TO AUTHORS
June 17, 1911 - Mark Twain's Estate to Pay Less
July 15, 1911 - MARK TWAIN ESTATE ABOUT HALF MILLION
July 19, 1911 - TWAIN'S ESTATE $600,000
September 2, 1911 - SAVE MARK TWAIN'S HOME [Hannibal, Mo.]
October 1, 1911 - UTAH'S WAR GOVERNOR TALKS OF MANY FAMOUS MEN
October 8, 1911 - MARK TWAIN WAS MUTE - by Joseph Verey
May 8, 1912 - MARK TWAIN MEMORIAL
May 9, 1912 - An Inscription in Need of Amendment
May 16, 1912 - Mark Twain Memorial Tablet.
May 23, 1912 - Mark Twain's Summer Home Sold.
May 24, 1912 - Mark Twain's Summer Home Not Sold.
May 31, 1912 - Mark Twain on Teddy.
July 20, 1912 - ENDOWS TWAIN LIBRARY
October 13, 1912 - MARK TWAIN - The Official Three-Volume Biography [Book Review]
December 7, 1914 - A "WAR PRAYER" BY TWAIN
February 20, 1915 - FRANK FULLER DEAD
June 6, 1915 - MARK TWAIN [popularity with German readers]
August 3, 1915 - TWO PAINFUL POEMS ["Punch, Brothers, Punch"]
August 8, 1915 - THE HAUNTING DOGGEREL.["Punch, Brothers, Punch"]
September 26, 1915 - Financial Mistakes of Leaders and Thinkers
April 30, 1916 - MARK TWAIN, MR. HOWELLS [Book Review - "The Mysterious Stranger"]
August 27, 1916 - LITERARY STYLE [Untitled Review - "The Mysterious Stranger"]
February 7, 1917 - He Gave Credit, but in the Wrong Place ["Punch, Brothers, Punch"]
March 7, 1917 - INVENTOR IN POORHOUSE. Paige once had $1,500,000
May 6, 1917 - BOOKS THIS SEASON [Mark Twain's Letters]
June 3, 1917 - AS TO POSTHUMOUS ["What Is Man"]
July 2, 1917 - TO SELL MARK TWAIN HOME
September 9, 1917 - LATEST WORKS OF FICTION - JAP HERRON [Book Review]
November 18, 1917 - MARK TWAIN AS A LETTER WRITER
February 11, 1918 - TWAIN'S DAUGHTER SPURNS SPIRIT BOOK
February 12, 1918 - [Editorial] Annoying, but Not Dangerous.
June 9, 1918 - SUE FOR "SPIRIT" STORY.
July 28, 1918 - SPIRITUALISM IN LAWSUIT
September 15, 1918 - To Aid Artists Affected by War. [Stormfield]
October 25, 1918 - TWAIN HOME A REST CAMP
November 7, 1918 - STORMFIELD FOR A HOME
December 23, 1919 - MARK TWAIN'S HOME SOLD [Hartford mansion]
March 7, 1920 - REMODELING TWAIN HOME [Hartford mansion]
March 21, 1920 - CHANGING HUMOR [Editorial related to Van Wyck Brooks]
April 4, 1920 - MARK TWAIN [Editorial related to Gamaliel Bradford]
April 4, 1920 - MARK TWAIN'S HARTFORD HOME [Letter to the Editor]
April 6, 1920 - MARK TWAIN'S HOUSE [Poem about Hartford mansion]
April 18, 1920 - MARK TWAIN MEMORIAL [Hartford mansion]
May 17, 1920 - Coercion Can Be Applied [Editorial - Hartford mansion]
June 27, 1920 - MARK TWAIN, CHIEF OF SINNERS [Book Review "The Ordeal of Mark Twain"]
September 12, 1920 - Mark Twain's Mock Trial
November 7, 1920 - ELECT MARK TWAIN TO HALL OF FAME
November 9, 1920 - FAME [Editorial on election to Hall of Fame]
November 24, 1920 - TO HONOR MARK TWAIN. Ettinger Wants Books Mentioned in Schools
December 1, 1920 - OBSERVE TWAIN'S BIRTHDAY. Senator Reed Extols Author
March 10, 1921 - Bust of Mark Twain Stolen
October 9, 1921 - AID ESCAPE FROM RUSSIA
March 12, 1922 - MARK TWAIN FOUND GORKY A VEXATION
March 21, 1922 - $200,000 MARK TWAIN SET. Gabriel Wells Pays Record Price
June 11, 1922 - TWAIN'S CABIN DEDICATED
December 28, 1922 - MARK TWAIN'S HOME SOLD [Stormfield]
January 25, 1923 - PAYS $1,900 FOR RARE MARK TWAIN WORK ["Is Shakespeare Dead"]
March 23, 1923 - Mark Twain Estate Sold
June 10, 1923 - Dinner Talk By Mark Twain [Review of MARK TWAIN'S SPEECHES]
July 9, 1923 - Harbaugh, Writer of Terror Tales, Sells Relics of Past
July 26, 1923 - TWAIN'S OLD HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE
October 7, 1923 - EUROPE AND ELSEWHERE [Book Review]
December 2, 1923 - FLEET-FINGERED TYPIST
April 18, 1924 - BUYS MARK TWAIN'S HOUSE.
May 14, 1924 - UNVEIL TEN BUSTS FOR HALL OF FAME
July 13, 1924 - Mark Twain's Broad German Grin - New Translations
July 26, 1924 - MARK TWAIN MATCHED GERMAN'S INVENTION
August 10, 1924 - MARK TWAIN'S FORMER HOME - Famous Fifth Avenue House
October 15, 1924 - A UNIQUE AUTOBIOGRAPHY
October 19, 1924 - Mirror of the Heart and Mind of a Great American
December 28, 1924 - Mark Twain's Burglar - Now a Devoted Reader of Man He Robbed
January 9, 1925 - Mark Twain Letter Sold for $390
January 23, 1925 - "EXPLAINS "MARK TWAIN"
February 1, 1925 - TELLS MARK TWAIN JOKES.
March 15, 1925 - MARK TWAIN AS SEEN BY HIS HOUSEMAID
April 6, 1925 - MARK TWAIN FOR TEACHERS
April 12, 1925 - Only One-Third of Mark Twain's "Autobiography" Published
April 26, 1925 - WILL UNVEIL TABLET TO MARK TWAIN SOON
May 27, 1925 - TWAIN AND IRVING TABLET UNVEILED
May 28, 1925 - SHAFT TO TOM SAWYER AND HUCKLEBERRY FINN
June 1, 1925 - 21 FIFTH AVENUE
August 16, 1925 - MARK TWAIN'S PRINTING PRESS
December 1, 1925 - Mark Twain's Secretary on the Air.
December 20, 1925 - Mark Twain Was a Hero To His Maidservant
January 23, 1926 - TWAIN PLAYMATE TO SPEAK
April 12, 1926 - CLARA CLEMENS IN ROLE [Joan of Arc]
April 29, 1926 - FRANCE WANTS TO SEE MARK TWAIN'S 'JOAN'
May 27, 1926 - TO HONOR MARK TWAIN. [Tom and Huck in bronze]
May 28, 1926 - TOM SAWYER IN BRONZE
September 15, 1926 - SAY BREAD LOCATED BODY.
September 26, 1926 - MARK TWAIN'S FICTION MAKES A GOLD MINE OF WEIRD CAVE
April 15, 1927 - Clara Clemens in "Joan of Arc."
October 25, 1927 - MARK TWAIN WROTE TO FORGET TROUBLE. Letters Tell of Emotions
November 13, 1927 - MARK TWAIN DIARIES GO AT AUCTION
February 5, 1928 - MARK TWAIN'S GAY MOTHER
March 6, 1928 - Twain's Tom Sawyer Dead, Sister in Spokane Reveals
December 1, 1928 - BIG TWAIN EXHIBIT COLLECTED IN ST. LOUIS
October 27, 1929 - [Editorial on Orion Clemens] ANOTHER CLEMENS
March 30, 1930 - EARLY MARK TWAIN SHOWN IN DISCOVERIES
August 1, 1931 - Gives 200 Mark Twain Pamphlets to Found Scholarship at Williams
June 22, 1932 - BEARD, 82, RECALLS HIS ARTIST DAYS
March 27, 1933 - TWAIN HIRED MAN TO TRAVEL FOR HIM
October 24, 1935 - Haile Selassie and Mark Twain
November 2, 1935 - New Mark Twain Letters Reveal He Poked Fun at Huck Finn Ban
November 3, 1935 - Nation-Wide Hunt Begun For Twain Manuscript
November 3, 1935 - [Editorial] Whose Mark Twain?
November 17, 1935 - Mark Twain's Version of "Slovenly Peter"
November 19, 1935 - DUCE [MUSSOLINI] HONORS MARK TWAIN
November 20, 1935 - NATION-WIDE FETES CLOSE TWAIN YEAR
November 26, 1935 - Twain Jokes at Expense of Carnegie Recalled
December 1, 1935 - AUSTRALIA'S COFFEE CRITICIZED BY TWAIN
December 15, 1935 - LETTERS OF TWAIN BURNED AT HIS WISH
September 5, 1936 - Roosevelt's Speech at Twain Bridge
February 13, 1937 - Topics of the Times - When Twain Sat Down [Twain on strike]
April 10, 1937 - ALBERT B. PAINE, 76, BIOGRAPHER, DEAD
August 15, 1937 - STONE TO HONOR CLEMENS
October 27, 1937 - 'TOM SAWYER' BANNED AS RADICAL IN BRAZIL
June 27, 1938 - NO TWAIN 'BLIGHT' REVEALED IN STUDY
March 12, 1939 - PATENT FILES HOLD MARK TWAIN STORY
December 25, 1939 - An Old Letter [to D. W. Bowser]
December 30, 1939 - DESIGNS FOR FIRST OF FAMOUS AMERICANS STAMP SERIES
October 1, 1940 - Scott, Balzac, Twain
November 28, 1940 - BOOKS OF THE TIMES [MARK TWAIN IN ERUPTION]
October 24, 1942 - MARK TWAIN ITEMS TO YALE
January 9, 1945 - TWAIN MS. YIELDS $2,500
April 5, 1946 - SUE OVER TWAIN BOOK
July 28, 1947 - TWAIN SUPPRESSED, RUSSIAN CHARGES
December 14, 1947 - [Soviet prefaces to HUCK FINN and TOM SAWYER]
January 7, 1948 - HEIRS SUE TO HALT TWAIN 'WHO-DUN-IT'
January 15, 1948 - FREE TO USE TWAIN STORY
July 10, 1948 - Sanctum of Mark Twain Coming to Musuem Here
January 19, 1949 - Ownership of Twain Manuscript Does Not Give Right to Publish
November 23, 1949 - CALIFORNIA U. TO GET MARK TWAIN'S PAPERS
December 31, 1949 - BUYER CAN'T PRINT A TWAIN ORIGINAL
January 19, 1951 - TWAIN IN PUBLIC DOMAIN - Coast Court Rules on Calavaras County Frog
April 11, 1951 - TWAIN LIBRARY AUCTIONED
April 12, 1951 - TWAIN'S ONLY POEM SOLD
April 14, 1951 - $40,000 for Twain's Library
July 29, 1952 - Mark Twain Party Verse Made Adlai Chaos Worse
September 7, 1952 - MARK TWAIN'S HEAVEN [Book Review - REPORT FROM PARADISE]
October 9, 1953 - MARK TWAIN HOME BURNS [The Lobster Pot]
May 6, 1954 - GET TWAIN HOUSE ITEMS
September 19, 1954 - UNIVERSITY GETS MARK TWAIN ITEMS
June 10, 1957 - MARK TWAIN LETTER FOUND (to Stepnyak-Kravchinsky)
September 12, 1957 - 'Huck Finn' Barred As Textbook by City
April 18, 1959 - TWAIN ESTATE UP $65,000 IN YEAR
November 6, 1959 - Mark Twain, at 46, Yearned to Be Boy
December 6, 1959 - The Literary Adventures of Huck Finn
January 10, 1960 - NEW LIGHT SHED ON TWAIN EDITION [Huckleberry Finn]
March 6, 1960 - The Kremlin Claims Mark Twain
April 20, 1960 - TWAIN ESTATE MOUNTS
April 30, 1960 - TWAIN LETTER GIVEN TO REDDING LIBRARY
May 29, 1960 - SPEAKING OF BOOKS [Charles Neider and the Soviets]
December 1, 1960 - SOVIET HAILS TWAIN AS A CRITIC OF U.S.
December 2, 1960 - Soviet Mark Twain Stamp Out
December 11, 1960 - MARK TWAIN LANDMARK IN HARTFORD
April 9, 1961 - Mark Twain on the Income Tax
April 22, 1961 - Mark Twain Estate Up $105,351 in '60; Total Is $783,485
April 26, 1961 - New Letters Show Twain's Loneliness In His Last 4 Years
May 8, 1961 - Ownership of Salacious Literature
March 16, 1962 - DOROTHY QUICK, POET AND AUTHOR
April 28, 1962 - TWAIN HEIRS GAIN BY $95,467 IN YEAR
June 3, 1962 - Negro Pupils Play Slaves; NAACP boycotts Show
June 3, 1962 - Huck Finn Stirs Race Discord Note
August 24, 1962 - Anti-Religious Work by Twain, Long Withheld, to be Published.
September 2, 1962 - Twain's Attack on Religion
September 23, 1962 - The Other Face of the Humorist ["Letters From the Earth" review]
November 21, 1962 - Mrs. Jacques Samossoud Dies; Mark Twain's Last Living Child
December 15, 1962 - Twain's 'Joan' Given to Yale
February 12, 1963 - Soviet Bookman Keeps Busy - Twain Still a Favorite
April 17, 1963 - Schools in Philadelphia Edit 'Huckleberry Finn'
February 22, 1964 - Humorist's $867,565 Is Put Into New Trust Fund
January 19, 1966 - Nina Clemens Gabrilowitsch, 55, Twain's Last Direct Heir, Dies
January 23, 1966 - Twain Relative's Will Filed
November 7, 1966 - Negro Students Protest Reading "Huckleberry Finn"
June 25, 1970 - Newly Found Mark Twain Letter Accuses Business Aide of Theft
May 16, 1971 - This 'Huck Finn' Is Not For Children
May 22, 1971 - Hall Overton Attempts Opera About Huck Finn

 


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