Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
- Existence: 1835 - 1910
Mark Twain (1835-1910) was a pseudonym used by Samuel Langhorne Clemens for literary works.
Citation:Geviksman, V. A. Print͡s i nishchiĭ, 1984: t.p. (M. Tvena)
Makū Touen tanpenshū, 1961.
Personal recollections of Joan of Arc, 1923: v. 1-2, t.p. (the Sieur Louis de Conte; Jean François Alden) spine (Mark Twain)
DAB, 1930 (Clemens, Samuel Langhorne, 1835-1910; better known under pseud. Mark Twain; also used name Quintus Curtius Snodgrass)
Mark Twain's personal recollections of Joan of Arc, 1997: CIP t.p. (Sieur Louis de Conte) p. vii (Sieur Louis de Conte shared ... initials with Samuel L. Clemens)
Przygody Huck'a, 1912: t.p. (Marek Twain)
Alda-bar ȯnggelegsen erin caġ, 1985: v. 1, t.p. (Make Teveiin) colophon (Make Tuwen)
Wikipedia, via WWW, Oct. 18, 2011 (b. November 30, 1835 in Florida, Missouri; grew up in Hannibal, Missouri; d. April 21, 1910 in Redding, Connecticut; a writer and lecturer; wrote in genres of fiction, historical fiction, children's literature, non-fiction, travel literature, satire, essay, philosophical literature, social commentary, literary criticism)
Vasilopoulo kai zētianopoulo, 1953: t.p. (Mark Touain)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Speeches recorded on a river tour entitled "Roots of Mormonism: Upper Mississippi Cruise", offered by BYU Travel Study, highlighting Mormon historical sites in the Mississippi River region. Speeches relate to Mormon history, Mississippi River history, and Mark Twain. Also includes recordings of riverboat music; guided tours; firesides; and the musical, "The City of Joseph." Includes speeches by Jeffrey R. Holland, Dallin H. Oaks, Bruce C. Hafen, and others.
Handwritten diaries from 1921 to 1941 with typescripts of the materials. Gabrilowitsch writes about her travels, her family, school, concerts held by her father, and other daily activities. She also relates some family stories about Mark Twain. She lived in Detroit, Michigan, California, and New York State.
Memorabilia collected by Julian Alden Weir dated from between February 17, 1906 to December 19, 1906. Contains invitations from prominent American individuals such as Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Samuel L. Clemens.