Bust portrait of Olivia Lewis Langdon, mother of Olivia Langdon Clemens and mother-in-law of Samuel Clemens.
Photograph of a portrait painted of Jervis Langdon (Sr.) by Thomas LeClear. Jervis Langdon was the father of Olivia Langdon Clemens and father-in-law to Samuel Clemens.
Portrait of Samuel Clemens’ wife and two daughters, left to right, Susy, Olivia and Clara.
Half-length portrait of Samuel Clemens’ wife and daughters, left to right, Susy, Jean, Olivia and Clara.
Profile portrait of Jean Clemens, Samuel and Olivia Clemens youngest daughter.
Samuel and Olivia Clemens’ three daughters. Clara and Susy looking at baby Jean. Left to right, Clara, Jean and Susy.
The wedding of Clara Clemens to Ossip Gabrilowitsch at Stormfield near Redding Connecticut. Left to right, Samuel Clemens in the academic regalia from his honorary degree at Oxford, Jervis Langdon the second, Jean Clemens, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Clara Clemens and Rev. Joseph Twichell.
Samuel Clemens in white suit seated in front of a backdrop, ca 1909. Probably taken at Stormfield, Clemens’ last home near Redding Connecticut.
Portrait of Samuel Clemens taken in the year that his wife Olivia died.
John Lewis seated on his wagon near Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira, New York.
Samuel Clemens with John Lewis in the driveway at Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira, New York. John Lewis, a friend of the Clemens and Crane families was a pig farmer with land near Quarry Farm.
Samuel Clemens Looking out from the study window, Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira New York.
Samuel Clemens seated in a rocking chair on the porch at Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira New York.
Samuel Clemens standing on the steps leading to his study at Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira New York.
Samuel Clemens seated on the steps leading up to his study at Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira, New York.
Samuel Clemens at work in his study at Quarry Farm, East Hill, Elmira N.Y.during the period in which he was at work on “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”.
Portrait photograph with an inscription to Margaret S. Graham written at the top.
Portrait photograph of Twain in dark suit, signed.
Mark Twain’s brief reply to an unidentified person, 23 May 1899
Short note by Mark Twain with proverb, “It is never too late to mend.”
Letter most likely referring to the release of Clemens’ autobiography.
Letter thanking the American Water Color Society for an invitation to supper.
A thank you letter written by Mark Twain responding to a request for a photograph.
Clemens responding to Arthur Locker letter inquiring about the accuracy of the “Men of our Time” biography.
Portrait of Langdon Clemens in baby carriage. Langdon was born in 1870 in Buffalo New York and died 19 months later in 1872 in Hartford Connecticut. Death was attributed to diphtheria.
Photo taken in 1871 on a lobbying trip to Washington D.C. On the right is David Gray, editor of the Buffalo Courier. On the left is journalist George Alfred Townsend. Clemens was living and working in Buffalo at the time.
Pamphlet containing the lecture given by Rev. Thomas K. Beecher of Elmira, N.Y. on The Episcopal Church.
1869 passport and passport container of Charley Langdon.
Portrait of Samuel Clemens from the period in which he was courting Olivia Langdon of Elmira.
Photo of Darius Ford, Professor of Physical Science at Elmira College from 1862 to 1905. Ford tutored Olivia Langdon in 1867 and attempted a collaboration with Samuel Clemens in a series of travel writing for the Buffalo Express during Clemens’ time there in 1869-70.
Page from the Miscellaneous Register of Elmira Female College, 1857 – 1862 showing Olivia Langdon, age 13, enrolled as a member of the preparatory class, 1st Term 1859.