An annotated digital edition of Charles Neider’s 1960 pamphlet.
The midcentury resurgence of interest in Mark Twain’s life and work was fueled by the propaganda operations of both the U.S. and U.S.S.R.
On August 3, 1880, Frederick Douglass provided the keynote of a large, day-long celebration of Emancipation in Elmira. His speech is reconstructed here for the first time.
A highly suspect, but entertaining pamphlet by Frank Kelsey, who purported to be Mark Twain’s drinking buddy.
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Thomas K. Beecher manuscript for Olivia Susan Clemens’s memorial service