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Text:"...'the oth-e’’s, usually her escort. On Saturday afternoons in winter he carried her SamuelLanghorneClemens—skated on | skates to Bear Creek and helped her put! old Bear Creek, went to parties and them on..."
Date:Feb 7 1926
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... in business. Mrs. SamuelLanghorneClemens, who died suddenly at Florence, Italy, was the wife of the famous American humorist, “Mark Twain.” Her maiden name was Olivia Langdon. She was a sister fj of Gen..."
Date:June 24 1904
Publication:Delphos, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... about in later years SamuelLanghorneClemens was born Nov 391835 in Florida Mo He grew up in Hannibal Mo Neither the day nor the month that Sam first touched Iowa soil is known But the place was a little..."
Date:July 1 1976
Publication:Muscatine, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... was extended to SamuelLanghorneClemens (Mark Twain) last Saturday night at the Lotos Club. It was the Initial dinner of the season at this popular club, which enjoys a reputation for brilliant gatherings..."
Date:Nov 17 1900
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"..."MARK MIN" DEAD GREAT HUMORIST LAPSES INTO COMA WHICH PRECEDES PEACEFUL END. SAMUELLANGHORNECLEMENS "mark Twain." HEART IS BROKEN BY &RIEF Passes Away Surrounded by Daughter and Few Friends..."
Date:Apr 29 1910
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... That Clouded His Later Years—A Clean Life Record. SamuelLanghorneClemens, Ameri ca’s foremost humorist and known the world over as “Mark Twain,” was born in the little town of Hannibal, Mo., in November 30..."
Date:Apr 29 1910
Publication:Swayzee, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...m m SAMUELLANGHORNECLEMENS "MARK TWAIN." , y / /.v"'.COPV.AIGMT' y -f ■ COPVAIGMT Í9O- V « » CI UFE OF MARK TWAIN, THE GREAT AMERICAN HUMORIST Early Struggles and Adventures, Fol' lowed by Years..."
Date:Apr 30 1910
Publication:Cynthiana, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...,000 and the scat of the Central American peace court, for the homo of which indrew Carnegie donated a large sum laymen call a broken heart was moro responsible than the world in general knew. SamuelLanghorne..."
Date:May 19 1910
Publication:Ligonier, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... cf the Man Who Made the World Laugh.RIVER PILOT IN HIS YOUTH Did His First Literary Work in Nevada—Sad Events That Clouded His Later Years—A Clean Life Record. SamuelLanghorneClemens, Ameri ca..."
Date:Apr 29 1910
Publication:Odon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... 'Twain -was born SamuelLanghorne- Clemens, in Florida, Mo., on November 30, 0835. "My parents." he writes, In his own burlesque autobi- ography, "were neither very poor nor conspicuously honest..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... by Deaths and Financial Reverses. SAMUELLANGHORNECLEMENS "MARK TWAIN." Redding. Conn., April 22.—Mark Twain, beloved the world over because he made it laugh, is dead. He passed away without pain last..."
Date:Apr 27 1910
Publication:Sullivan, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... actions resulted his imaginative out of the most considerable of his time as it now seems one of the mostsecure Briefly then Mark Twain was born SamuelLanghorneClemens in Florida on Nov 30 1835 My he..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:Muscatine, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... home, "Stormfield," back in the wild Camarack hills. For five hours he had been unconscious and the end was almost unnoticeable. It was simply a cessation of pulse and respiration. SamuelLanghorne..."
Date:Apr 28 1910
Publication:Fayette, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... his imaginative output of the most considerable of his time it now one of the securest. Mark Twain was born SamuelLanghorneClemens in on Nov. 1835. he in his own burlesque autobiogra- neither very..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...-and Miss Elizabeth H. Hurry, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hurry, was celebrated '«t the Church of the Epiphanjrj ' WämMM SAMUELLANGHORNECLEMENS MARK TWAIN. „••'.. '•■' • copy.ÄiBMT I90*- LIFE..."
Date:Apr 29 1910
Publication:Cayuga, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... eonditioii is no longer regarded as serioufi. SamuelLanghorneClemens, better known by his pseudonym of “Mark Twain,” was born at Florida, Missouri, on November 30, 1835, being the younger son of John..."
Date:Apr 22 1910
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... to reach the surface by conduction. .\lioiit Iark Twain, To Th‘s Stiir: Please tell mo where Marl; Tw.'iiii was born, and itlvo a sketch of liib lit«'. Mi!s. W. E, M„ Sedalia, Sto. SamuelLanghorneClemens..."
Date:Dec 28 1912
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... which enabled him to write what he pleased. Mark Twain's name was SamuelLanghorneClemens, but it was used clilefly as a vessel whereon universities hung LL. D. handles. He "waa "Dr. Clemens" three times..."
Date:Apr 29 1910
Publication:Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... to visit the boyhood home of SamuelLanghorneClemens who was born at Florida near that city seventy-seven years ago ber 30 Already the of Hannibal have commenced to plan for a Mark Twain centennial..."
Date:Nov 30 1912
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America