Updated Virtual Tour of Mark Twain’s and Family’s Gravesite Now Available
CMTS has updated its virtual tours of both Quarry Farm and the Langdon/Clemens plot on Woodlawn Cemetery (Elmira, New York). The virtual tours now include a number of Points of Interests. These “POI” include images and text that will help viewers explore and learn about the house where wrote a number of his iconic works and his final resting place.
CLICK HERE FOR THE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE LANGDON/CLEMENS PLOT AT WOODLAWN CEMETERY
(On the upper left menu, click on “Off Site”, then “Gravesite”)
CLICK HERE FOR THE VIRTUAL TOUR OF QUARRY FARM
This is the beginning of a larger project for CMTS, specifically the creation of an interactive map of Woodlawn Cemetery and an interactive map of the city of Elmira from 1870 – 1910, roughly the time span when Mark Twain would visit and reside in Elmira.
Created by David Coleman of Small Town 360, the virtual tour allows a glimpse of Quarry Farm and a step back in time by offering 360-degree views of both inside and outside the home, including the parlor, library kitchen and pantry; at the same time the Langdon/Cemetery plot features all of Samuel Clemens’s and Olivia Langdon Clemens’s children and descendants, along with important members of the Langdon family who were essential to Twain’s time in Elmira, including Jervis Langdon, Charley Langdon, and Susan Crane.
We hope that teachers and enthusiasts will use the resources and show the tour to their students, friends, and anyone who is interested in Mark Twain and his literature. As with all resources provided by CMTS, these virtual tours are open to the public at no cost.
2 thoughts on “Updated Virtual Tour of Mark Twain’s and Family’s Gravesite Now Available”
I think there may be an error in the bio for Nina Gabrilowitsch.
” In 1935, she married Carl Rutgers; the marriage lasted less than a year.” I believe that the relationship was actually with the painter Carl G. Roters.
Roters created a hand-made book of paintings, calligraphy and poetery titled Prelude to Christmas for Nina to give to her father.
Roters is mentioned in Critical Companion to Mark Twain: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work, p.692, but the book questions whether they actually married. Roters married the painter, Ramona Morgan, in 1941
Thanks for pointing that out to us! We will look into it.