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  1. Copy of Cyril Clemens' essay "My Chat with Thomas Hardy" copyright 1944.

    1944
    Image 4 > Item No 4 > Folder 11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society > Box 98: Awards: F - L > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    Copyright 1944 by International Mark Twain Society
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    11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society
  2. Copy of Cyril Clemens' essay "My Chat with Thomas Hardy" copyright 1944.

    1944
    Image 3 > Item No 4 > Folder 11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society > Box 98: Awards: F - L > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    INTERNATIONAL MARK TWAIN SOCIETY Webster Groves, Missouri 1944 T. WERNER LAURIE, ...
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    11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society
  3. Copy of Cyril Clemens' essay "My Chat with Thomas Hardy" copyright 1944.

    1944
    Image 8 > Item No 4 > Folder 11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society > Box 98: Awards: F - L > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... Bierce, James Fenimore Cooper, Washington Irving, Herman Melville, and Mark Twain. Of these five names, Mark Twain is the ...
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    11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society
  4. Copy of Cyril Clemens' essay "My Chat with Thomas Hardy" copyright 1944.

    1944
    Image 7 > Item No 4 > Folder 11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society > Box 98: Awards: F - L > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... offering new information. It is news to me that Mark Twain read Under the Greenwood Tree aloud to his ...
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    11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society
  5. Copy of Cyril Clemens' essay "My Chat with Thomas Hardy" copyright 1944.

    1944
    Image 16 > Item No 4 > Folder 11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society > Box 98: Awards: F - L > Sub Series 5: Commemorations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... could have listened to him forever. I feel that Mark Twain did more than any other man to make ...
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    11: Awards - International Mark Twain Society
  6. Correspondence regarding a Lions Club convention in Kentucky where Helen Keller spoke.

    May 19, 1944
    Image 11 > Item No 4 > Folder 3: Correspondence from the general public and organizations: 1944 (A-Z) > Box 116: General Public Correspondence 1942-1948 > Sub Series 7: General Public and Organizations > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... who will discuss postwar planni Miss Keller, of whom Mark Twain once said, “the two _m°st interesting characters of ...
  7. Article from the Santa Barbara News Press reporting on Helen Keller's visit to Hoff General hospital...

    December 20, 1944
    Image 2 > Item No 25 > Folder 11: 1944 > Box 247: Press Clippings 1934-1945 > Series 4: Press Clippings
    ... the time she graduated from Radcliffe and Harvard, when Mark Twain, who had helped to put her through college, ...
  8. Newspaper article from 'The Home Towner' by Walter Humphrey entitled "Helen Keller Brings Hope and I...

    1944
    Image 1 > Item No 46 > Folder 2: Events: Military - Visit to Armed Forces > Box 35: Events > Sub Series 2: Advocacy & Work > Series 1: General Correspondence
    ... lives of war-handicapped men at McCloskey hospital Friday afternoon. The woman whom Mark Twain called “one of the two greatest characters of the 19th ...