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SAMUEL L. "MARK TWAIN" CLEMENS - AUTOGRAPH POST CARD SIGNED CIRCA 1902 - HFSID 30013

SAMUEL L. CLEMENS (MARK TWAIN) The author sends an explanation about a word to a correspondent in Canada. ANS: "Mark Twain" on verso of postal card, 5½x3¼. Imprinted Jefferson postcard, postmarked York, Maine, July 3, 1902. Addressed by Clemens on front to a correspondent in Montreal, Canada.

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SAMUEL L. CLEMENS (MARK TWAIN)
The author sends an explanation about a word to a correspondent in Canada.
ANS: "Mark Twain" on verso of postal card, 5½x3¼. Imprinted Jefferson postcard, postmarked York, Maine, July 3, 1902. Addressed by Clemens on front to a correspondent in Montreal, Canada. In full: "I think that without doubt I did, but I don't remember, now, what the word was. Truly Yours". Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910), who wrote under the pen name Mark Twain, was a steamboat pilot, journalist, world traveler and renowned lecturer. Above all, he was a skillful essayist and novelist whose lasting contributions to American literature include Tom Sawyer (1875), Huckleberry Finn (1885) and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Interesting content signed with the author's pen name. Montreal postmark on verso at the "Mark" of signature. Lightly creased, light vertical crease at the "n" of Twain. Slightly soiled. Mounting remnant on verso obsures the name of Clemens' correspondent and touches two letters of street name. Overall, fair condition.

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