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Guide to the Samuel L. Clemens Papers, 1796-1984 (bulk 1853-1909)

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Collection Summary

Repository: Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries
Creator: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
Title: Samuel L. Clemens Papers
Inclusive dates: 1796-1984
Bulk dates: 1853-1909
Quantity: 12 cubic feet (37 boxes)
Abstract: Includes manuscripts, notes, diaries, clippings, certificates, deeds and photographs; but of particular note are the letters Clemens wrote to his family describing his early adulthood as well as the development and progression of his writing career.
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Biographical Note

Samuel Langhorne Clemens was born November 30, 1835 in Florida, Missouri, and died April 21, 1910 in Redding, Connecticut. He married Olivia Langdon in 1870 and they had four children: Langdon, Olivia Susan ("Suzy"), Clara, and Jane ("Jean"). Additional biographical information is readily available; however, some further genealogical information is helpful in explaining the inclusion of the Clemens material in the McKinney Family Papers:

Clemens' parents were John Marshall Clemens and Jane Lampton Clemens. Their children were Samuel, Orion (1825-1897), Pamela (1827-1904), Pleasant (1828-1829), Margaret (1830-1839), Benjamin (1832-1842) and Henry (1838-1858). SLC's sister Pamela married William Anderson Moffett, and they had a daughter Annie. Annie Moffet married Charles Webster, and one of their children was Alice Jane Webster. While at boarding school, Alice Jane changed her name to Jean and continued to use the name Jean Webster for the rest of her professional life. However, after marrying Glenn Ford McKinney, she was also known as Jean Webster McKinney.

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Scope and Content Note

Papers of Samuel L. Clemens include manuscripts of his stories written or signed by Clemens and one notebook, 1855-1868; his letters and telegrams to family members Orion Clemens, Pamela C. Moffett, Charles L. Webster, Jane L. Clemens, and others, 1853-1909, concerning his early experiences in Philadelphia, travelling, business affairs, mining in the American West, his writing and publishing affairs, trips to Hawaii in 1866 and Europe in 1867, political figures, his typesetting business, and family affairs; letters received, including several from William Dean Howells, 1874-1909, and later letters about Mark Twain history and materials, 1941-1975; and letters to Charles L. Webster from Clemens and illustrator E.W. Kemble about his illustrations for Huckleberry Finn and original and proof copies of Kemble's illustrations, 1884.

Other items include original manuscript memoirs on the Civil War by Gen. U.S. Grant, letters to Charles L. Webster from Grant, his photographs of Grant, Civil War scenes, and Grant's funeral, 1863-1885; manuscripts, diary entries, letters, clippings, and photographs of Isabel Van Kleek Lyon, Clemens' secretary, concerning the person and career of Samuel L. Clemens, 1903-1939, and notes from a conversation with Lyon by Samuel and Doris Webster, 1950-1953; letters, clippings, memoranda, legal papers, certificates, deeds, and contracts of Samuel L. Clemens' family members, 1807 and 1834-1944, including his parents John Marshall and Jane Lampton Clemens, his brothers Orion Clemens, Henry Clemens, his daughters Clara and Jean, and his sister Pamela Clemens Moffett, her husband William Anderson Moffett, their son Samuel E. Moffett, and their daughter Annie Moffett and her husband Charles L. Webster; and photographs of Samuel L. Clemens, his family, and related Websters, Moffetts, Fords, Dalrimples, and McKinneys, ca. 1856-1955.

The Samuel L. Clemens Papers form part of the McKinney Family Papers.

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Access

Researchers will be asked to use photocopies of most correspondence in the collection unless there is a specific need for the originals. Otherwise, this collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Librarywithout any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to quote (publish) from unpublished or previously published material must be obtained as described in the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library.

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Subject Headings

Names:

  • McKinney, Jean Webster, 1876-1916.
  • Webster, Doris.
  • Webster, Samuel.

Subjects:

  • American literature.
  • Authors, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence.
  • Family--New York (State).
  • Funeral service.
  • Illustrated books, Children's.
  • Mines and mineral resources--West (U.S.).
  • Publishers and publishing.
  • Real property.
  • Type-setting.
  • Women--Diaries.
  • Humorists, American -- 20th century -- Correspondence.

Places:

  • Europe--Description and travel.
  • Hawaii--Description and travel.
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description.
  • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865.
  • United States--Politics and government--19th century.

Document Types:

  • Autographs.
  • Photoprints.
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Note

Forms part of the McKinney Family Papers.

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Encoding Information

Encoded by Elizabeth Clarke, June 2007.

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

The microfilm copy of the collection requires a microfilm reader.

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Preferred Citation

Samuel L. Clemens Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.

Processing Information

Originally processed in the late 1970s. Numbers in brackets refer to the designations in this original processing. Those numbers are also used in the microfilm of the collection. Box and folder information was added in the summer of 2005 by Louise Loeb, VC 2007.

Acquisition Information

Included in the gift of the Jean Webster McKenney Family Papers, given to the college in 1977 by Jean Connor, Jean Webster's daughter, and her husband, Ralph Connor. Additional materials were purchased from a variety of sources in subsequent years.

Other Formats

The bulk of the collection is available on microfilm.

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Series List

Series A. Samuel L. Clemens Manuscripts (Box 1)

Series B. Samuel L. Clemens Correspondence To Family Members (Boxes 2-10)

Series C. Correspondence To Samuel L. Clemens and Related Letters (Boxes 10-11)

Series D. Olivia Langdon Clemens Correspondence to Family Members (Box 12)

Series E. Clara Clemens Correspondence To Family (Box 12)

Series F. Jean L. Clemens Correspondence to Family (Box 12)

Series G. Susan Clemens (Box 12)

Series H. Mark Twain Birthday Celebrations (Box 12)

Series I. Samuel Langhorne Clemens' Funeral (Box 12)

Series J. Mark Twain's Homes (Box 12)

Series K. Mark Twain Clippings (Boxes 13 and 37)

Series L. Mississippi Life (Box 14)

Series M. Copies of Mark Twain Publications (Box 14)

Series N. The Mentor Magazine (Box 14)

Series O. Mark Twain Society's Publications (Box 14)

Series P. Materials Related to Huckleberry Finn (Boxes 15-16 and 36)

Series Q. Papers of Isabel Van Kleek Lyon, Secretary to Samuel L. Clemens (Boxes 17-22)

Series R. John Marshall Clemens Correspondence (Box 23)

Series S. Jane Lampton Clemens Correspondence (Box 23)

Series T. Orion Clemens Correspondence (Box 23)

Series U. Henry Clemens Correspondence (Box 23)

Series V. Pamela Clemens Moffet Correspondence (Box 24)

Series W. William Anderson Moffett Correspondence (Box 24)

Series X. Moffett-Bryan-Boone Lineage (Box 24)

Series Y. Erasmus M. Moffett Correspondence (Box 24)

Series Z. Samuel E. Moffett Correspondence (Box 24)

Series AA. Annie Moffett Webster Correspondence (Boxes 24-25 and 35)

Series BB. Walter Janes' Published Works (Box 26)

Series CC. Calvin Whitney Correspondence (Box 26)

Series DD. Luther Webster and Maria Whitney Webster, His Wife, Correspondence (Box 26)

Series EE. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Sent (Box 27)

Series FF. Charles L. Webster – Samuel L. Clemens Contracts (Box 27)

Series GG. Charles L. Webster Notebooks (Box 28)

Series HH. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Received (Boxes 29-31)

Series JJ. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Concerning General U.S. Grant's Memoirs (Boxes 31-32)

Series KK. “Personal Memoirs" of General U.S. Grant Manuscript (Box 32)

Series LL. Sir Charles L. Webster, Knight of the Order of Piano (Pius), Vatican, Rome Correspondence (Box 33)

Series MM. Estate of Charles L. Webster (Box 33)

Series NN. William Luther Webster Correspondence (Box 33)

Series OO. Samuel Charles Webster Correspondence (Box 33)

Series PP. Photographs (not microfilmed) (Boxes 33 and 37)

Series QQ. Ephemera (not microfilmed) (Box 36)

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Container List

Series A. Samuel L. Clemens Manuscripts

  • 1.1 [A.1] "Jul'us Caesar," 1853
  • 1.2 [A.2] Notebook, bound, Samuel Clemens, 1855
  • 1.3 [A.3] "Assaying in Nevada by Mark Twain," 1863
  • 1.4 [A.4] Remarkable Sagacity of a Cat, 1863
  • 1.5 [A.5] Sarezzy, 1864
  • 1.6 [A.6] Jumping Frog, 1865
  • 1.7 [A.7] Colonel Foster, 1867
  • Box 36 "Vail's courtship," [1867] (fragment [not microfilmed])
  • 1.8 [A.8] Ghost Life on the Mississippi, 1871
  • 1.9 [A.9] Smithsonian Institute for the Diffusion of Knowledge, n.d
  • 1.10 [A10] Riot, Oct. 1865
  • 1.11 [A.11] On Rational Religion, n.d.
  • 1.12 [A.12] A Plea for Old Jokes, n.d.
  • 1.13 [A.13] Incomplete Sketches, Mark Twain, n.d.
  • 1.14 [A.14] Who Made the Grass? n.d.
  • 1.15 [A.15] I Rise to a Question of Privilege, n.d.
  • 1.16 [A.16] Kingdom of Wittenburg, n.d.
  • 1.17 [A.17] Interview with Gen. Grant, n.d.
  • 1.18 [A.18a] Taming the Bicycle, n.d.
  • 1.19 [A.18b] Taming the Bicycle, n.d.
  • 1.20 [A.19] On Opera, n.d.
  • 1.21 [A.20] Innocents, Abroad, reject sheets pp. 1-27, n.d.
  • 1.22 [A.21] Innocents, Abroad, pp. 3-12, n.d.
  • 1.23 [A.22] Innocents, Abroad, pp. 50-61, n.d.
  • 1.24 [A.23] Innocents, Abroad, pp. 71-98, n.d.
  • 1.25 [A.24] Innocents, Abroad, pp. 378-9, 398-9, n.d.
  • 1.26 [A.25] Devil's Gate, pp. 501-3, n.d.
  • 1.27 [A.26] Devil's Gate, pp. 959-963 (CRW Note: "part missing), n.d.
  • 1.28 [A.27] Devil's Gate, pp. 1256-1258, 1289-133, n.d.
  • 1.29 [A.28] Colonel Sellers (W.D. Howell's Handwriting) The Golden Age – play, 1884

Series B. Samuel L. Clemens Correspondence To Family Members

  • 2.1 [B.1 ] "Dear Brother..." Philadelphia, 26 Oct 1853
  • 2.2 [B.2 ] "My Dear Brother..." Philadelphia, 28 Nov 1853
  • 2.2 [B.2A (formerly B.4)] "My Dear Sister…" Philadelphia, 5 Dec 1853
  • 2.3 [B.3 ] "My Dear Brother…" Keokuk, 5 Aug 1856
  • 2.4 [B.5 ] "Dear Belle…"Cairo and clipping from Kansas City Star "Letters Mark Twain Wrote in 1857," 11 Aug 1857
  • 2.5 [B.6 ] "Dear Brother and Sister…" Saint Louis, 9 Mar 1858
  • 2.6 [B.7 ] Fragment of letter to Orion, n.d.
  • 2.7 [B.8 ] "Dear Brother..." New Orleans, 28 Sep 1860
  • 2.8 [B.9 ] "My Dear Brother…" Steamer "Alonzo Child," 6 Feb 1861
  • 2.9 [B.10] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Steamer "Hannibal City," 26 Apr 1861
  • 2.9 [B.10A (formerly B.34)] Letter to Orion from Edward Bates, Washington, 31 July 1861
  • 2.10 [B.11] "My Dear Sister…/ My Dear Mother…" Carson City, 25 Oct 1861
  • 2.11 [B.12] Deed from D.C. Crooker to Samuel L. Clemens, 21 July 1862
  • 2.12 [B.13] NY Times Clipping - "Money Belt Found in Nevada Inscribed ‘Samuel Clemens,'" 1 Apr 1966
  • 2.12 [B.14] Envelope introducing Mr.DeKay, O.Clemens Esq., Carson City, NT, n.d.
  • 2.13 [B.15] Sonora Silver Mining Co. Stock Certificate S. Clemens, 1 Aug 1863
  • 2.13 [B.15A (formerly B.36) ] On the Little Square Package… Feb 1862
  • 2.14 [B.16] "My Dear Mother…" Carson City, 8 Feb 1862
  • 2.14 [B.17] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 9 Feb 1862
  • 2.15 [B.18] "Dear Mother…" Carson City, 2 Apr 1862
  • 2.15 [B.19] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Carson City, 1862
  • 2.16 [B.20] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 13 Apr 1862
  • 2.16 [B.20A (formerly B.38)] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Esmeralda, Thursday, 24 Apr 1862
  • 2.16 [B.20B] Letter to unidentified correspondent, PS Friday Morning, 1862
  • 2.17 [B.21] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 28 Apr 1862
  • 2.18 [B.22] Letter to [Mary E. "Mollie" Clemens], "Well although I believe I never had the pleasure of her acquaintance…" [12? Sep 1861]
  • 2.19 [B.25] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 11-12 May 1862
  • 2.19 [B.26] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Esmeralda, 12 May 1862
  • 2.20 [B.27] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 4 May 1862
  • 2.21 [B.27A] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 4 May 1862
  • 2.22 [B.28] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 17 May 1862
  • 2.23 [B.29] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 25 June 1862
  • 2.24 [B.30] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 2 June 1862
  • 2.25 [B.31] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 9 June 1862
  • 2.26 [B.32] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 23 July 1862
  • 2.27 [B.33] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 30 July 1862
  • 2.28 [B.37] "My Dear Brother…" Esmeralda, 7 Aug 1862
  • 2.29 [B.39] Clippings Mark Twain's Golden Dream et al., n.d.
  • 2.30 [B.40] "To the Hon. The Sec'y amd Deputy Sec N.T…." Virginia City, N.T., 21 Oct 1862
  • 2.31 [B.41] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Office Daily Territorial Enterprise, 16 Feb 1863
  • 2.32 [B.45] Letter to unidentified correspondent, "Bully for Mrs. Hooliday," n.d.
  • 2.33 [B.46] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Virginia, 11 Apr 1863
  • 2.34 [B.47] Letter to unidentified correspondent, " Eds. Golden Era…" n.d.
  • 2.35 [B.48] Mississippi River Leadline Chant by Julian Lee Rayford, n.d.
  • 2.36 [B.49] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Lick House, S.F., 1 June 1863
  • 2.36 [B.49A] (formerly B.44) "Dear Mother and Sister…" Steamboat Springs, 19 Aug 1863
  • 2.36 [B.49B (formerly B.42)] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Virginia, 11 Apr 1863
  • 2.37 [B.50] Billing Executive Depart. N.T. To Adv. Proclamation $30.000. Cold hill Daily News Dr., 17 Apr 1864
  • 2.38 [B.51] "Dear Mother and Sister…" San Francisco, 25 Sep 1864
  • 2.39 [B.53] Paradise of the Pacific, Clipping Mark Twain's Mantelpiece, Oct 1908
  • 2.40 [B.54] "Dear Mother and Sister…" San Francisco, 5 Mar 1866
  • 2.41 [B.55] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Honolulu Sandwich Islands, 3 Apr 1866
  • 2.42 [B.56] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Wailuku Sugar Plantation, 4 May 1866
  • 2.43 [B.57] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Honolulu, 22 May 1866
  • 2.44 [B.58] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Honolulu Sandwich Islands, 21 June 1866
  • 2.45 [B.59] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Honolulu, 27 June 1866
  • 2.46 [B.60] "Dear Mother and Sister…" On Board Ship Smyoniate, At Sea, 30 July 1866
  • 2.47 [B.61] All the Folks, Affectionate Greeting…" Va., 1 Nov 1866
  • 2.48 [B.62] Letter to unidentified correspondent, ca. 1866
  • 2.49 [B.63] "Dear Folks…" San Francisco - Midnight, 4 Dec 1866
  • 2.50 [B.64] "Dear Folks…" San Francisco, 14 Dec 1866
  • 2.51 [B.65] "Dear Mollie…" New York, Feb 1867
  • 2.52 [B.66] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 1867
  • 2.53 [B.67] Letter engaging SLC as special correspondent on excursion to the Holy Land, Alta California Office 42 John St. New York, 1867
  • 2.54 [B.68] "Dear Folks…" Westminster Hotel, 1 May 1867
  • 2.55 [B.69] "Dear Folks…" Westminster Hotel, New York, 1 June 1867
  • 2.56 [B.70] Intro SLC to L. Bucher and W.D. Spaulding, Office of the Tribune, New York, 5 June 1867
  • 2.57 [B.71] Unidentified title, Poughkeepsie Journal clipping, 20 Dec 1964
  • 2.58 [B.72] "Dear Folks…" New York, 7 June 1867
  • 2.59 [B.73] Envelope containing SLC's notes of items brought home 1867 from Innocents Abroad trip to SS Quaker City, 1867
  • 2.60 [B.74] "Dear Folks…" Fayal Azores, 20 June 1867
  • 2.61 [B.75] Cape Spartel photograph with notes by SLC on back, Feb 1867
  • 2.62 [B.76] "My Dear Lily…" Grand Hotel Marseille, 12 July 1867
  • 2.63 [B.77] "Dear Folks…" Genoa, Italy, 14 July 1867
  • 2.64 [B.78] "Dear Folks…" Yalta, Russia, 25 Aug 1867
  • 2.65 [B.79] To His Imperial Majesty Alexander III, Emperor of Russia, 1867
  • 2.66 [B.80] "Dear Folks…" Constantinople, 1 Sep 1867
  • 2.67 [B.81] "Dear Folks…" U.S. Consul's Office Beirut, Syria, 11 Sep 1867
  • 2.68 [B.82] "Dear Folks…" Cagliari Sardinia, 12 Oct 1867
  • 2.69 [B.83] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Cadiz, 24 Oct 1867
  • 2.70 [B.84] "Dear Folks…" New York, 19 Nov 1867 (original missing, photocopy only available)
  • 2.71 [B.85] "Dear Folks…" New York, 20 Nov 1867
  • 2.72 [B.86] "Dear Folks…" Washington, 25 Nov 1867
  • 2.73 [B.87] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 224 F St., Washington, 10 Dec 1867
  • 3.1 [B.88] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" 224 F St., Washington, 8 Jan 1868
  • 3.2 [B. 89] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" 224 F St., Washington, 9 Jan 1868
  • 3.2 [B.89A] "Dear Folks…" 13 Jan 1868
  • 3.3 [B.90] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" 224 F St., Washington, 6 Feb 1868
  • 3.4 [B.91] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Hartford Conn., 24 Jan 1868
  • 3.5 [B.92] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 224 F St., Washington, 21 Feb 1868
  • 3.6 [B.94] "Dear Folks…" At Sea, 15 Mar 1868
  • 3.7 [B.95] "Dear Folks…" Elmira, NY, 24 Aug 1868
  • 3.8 [B.96] "Dear Mother…" Everett House, New York Election Day, 1868
  • 3.9 [B.97] "Dear Folks…" Cleveland, 18 Nov 1868
  • 3.10 [B.98] "Dear Folks…" Cleveland, 20 Nov 1868
  • 3.11 [B.100] "Dear Folks…" Everett House, NY, 10 Dec 1868
  • 3.12 [B.100A (formerly B.107)] "My dear Sister…" Lansing, Michigan, 24 Dec 1868
  • 3.12 [B.101] "My Dear Sister…" PRIVATE, Davenport, Iowa, 14 Jan 1869
  • 3.13 [B.102] "My Dear Sister…" 14 Feb 1869
  • 3.13 [B.102A (formerly B.93)] "Dear Folks…" Lockport, NY, 27 Feb 1869
  • 3.14 [B.103] "Dear Folks…" Elmira, 4 June 1869
  • 3.15 [B.104] "My Dear Sister…" Buffalo, 20 Aug 1869
  • 3.16 [B.105] "P.S. I forgot…" Buffalo, 21 Aug 1869
  • 3.17 [B.106] "Dear Mrs. Langdon…" Everett House, NY, 1869
  • 3.18 [B.108] "My Dear Sister…" Utica, NY, Baggs Hotel, 15 Jan 1870
  • 3.19 [B.109] "Dear Folks…" Buffalo, 26 Mar 1870
  • 3.20 [B.110] "My Dear Bro…" Buffalo, 1870
  • 3.21 [B.111] "My Dear Sister…" Buffalo, 12 June 1870
  • 3.22 [B.112] 3 part of letter to Orion and Mollie Clemens, 1870
  • 3.23 [B.113] "Dear Brother…" Elmira, 6 [no month] 1870
  • 3.24 [B.114] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" J. Langdon, Miner and Dealer, Elmira, NY, 25 June 1870
  • 3.25 [B.115] "Dear Folks…" Elmira, 27 July 1870
  • 3.26 [B.116] From SLC, "Father died this afternoon," 6 Aug 1870 (telegram)
  • 3.27 [B.117] "My Dear Sister…" Buffalo, 31 Aug 1870
  • 3.28 [B.118] "Dear Folks…" Buffalo, 17 [no month] 1870
  • 3.29 [B.119] "My Dear Bro…" Buffalo, 9 [no month] 1870
  • 3.30 [B.120] "Dear Clemens…" 149 Asylum Ave., Hartford, 18 Nov 1870
  • 3.31 [B.121] "Dear Pamela..." Letter from Olivia Clemens, Buffalo, 3 Feb 1871
  • 3.32 [B.122] "My Dear Bro…" Buffalo, 4 [no month] 1871
  • 3.33 [B.123] "Dear Folks…" Buffalo, 15 [no month] 1871
  • 3.34 [B.124] "Dear Bro…" Elmira, 30 [no month] 1871
  • 3.35 [B.125] "Dear Annie…" Elmira, 17 May 1872
  • 3.36 [B.126] "Dear Mother and Sister…" London, 6 Nov 1872
  • 3.37 [B.127] "Dear Folks…" Hartford, 26 Nov 1872
  • 3.38 [B.128] "Dear Folks…" Hartford, 5 Dec 1872
  • 3.39 [B.129] "My Dear Folks…"20 Bromfield St., Boston, 15 Dec 1872
  • 3.40 [B.130] "Dear Ma, Pamela, Annie, and Sammie…" Letter from Livy, Hartford, 20 Dec 1872
  • 3.41 [B.132] "Dear Ma and Pamela…" London, Edwards Hotel, George St., Hanover sq, 15 June 1873
  • 3.42 [B.133] "My Dear Bro…" Saturday, 1873
  • 3.43 [B.134] Letter from Livy to Ma and Pamela, London, July 1873
  • 3.44 [B.135] Letter from Livy to Ma and Pamela, Edinburgh, 15 Aug 1873
  • 3.45 [B.136] Letter from SLC to Orion, London, Sep 1873
  • 3.46 [B.137] "Dear Mollie…" Letter from Livy, Hartford, 11 Jan 1874
  • 3.47 [B.138] "Dear Mother…" Elmira, 10 May 1874
  • 3.48 [B.139] "Dear Brother…" Hartford, 9 Dec 1874
  • 3.49 [B.140] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" 14 May 1874
  • 3.49 [B.140A] "My Dear Sister…" Thursday, 18 May 1874
  • 3.50 [B.141] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 23 July 1875
  • 3.51 [B.142] "My Dear Niece…" Letter to Annie M. Webster, Elmira, 1 Sep 1876
  • 3.52 [B.143] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Hartford, 9 June 1876
  • 3.53 [B.144] "My Dear Sister…" 23 July 1876
  • 3.54 [B.145] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 22 Dec 1875
  • 3.55 [B.146] "My dear Sister…" Saturday, 1877
  • 3.55 [B.146A] "My Dear Bro…" Monday, 1877
  • 3.56 [B.147] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Hartford, 1877
  • 3.57 [B.148] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 28 Feb 1877
  • 3.58 [B.149] "Dear Mother…" 7 Apr 1878
  • 3.59 [B.150] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Paris, 29 May 1879
  • 3.60 [B.151] "Dear Pamela..." Elmira, 15 Sep 1879
  • 3.61 [B.152] "Dear Bro…" Home, 17 Nov 1879
  • 3.62 [B.153] "My dear Sister…" 20 Dec 1879
  • 3.63 [B.154] Mrs. P.A. Moffett, Fredonia, NY, 1879
  • 3.64 [B.155] Remington Typewriter Co. adv. Quoting MT's Ltrs of 19 Mar 1875 and Jan 1904, 1879
  • 3.65 [B.156] Letter to Pamela, 1880 (missing pp.3-8)
  • 3.66 [B.157] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 4 Feb 1880
  • 3.67 [B.158] "My Dear Mother…" Hartford, 17 Feb 1880
  • 3.68 [B.159] "My Dear Mother…" 7 Jan 1880
  • 3.69 [B.160] "My dear Sister…" 25 Jan 1880
  • 3.70 [B.161] "My Dear Bro…" 26 Feb 1880
  • 3.71 [B.162] "Dear Bro…" 5 Mar 1880
  • 3.72 [B.163] "My Dear Bro…" 4 Apr 1880
  • 3.73 [B.164] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Sunday, 1880
  • 3.74 [B.165] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Wednesday, 1880
  • 3.75 [B.166] Elmira, NY - J.Langdon and Co., 29 June 1880
  • 3.76 [B.167] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 27 Nov 1880
  • 3.77 [B.168] "Dear Dan…" Hartford, 16 Dec 1880
  • 3.78 [B.169] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 17 Dec 1880
  • 4.1 [B.170] Letters Patent No. 5170 1878. Assignment to Daniel Slote of NYC, 1881
  • 4.2 [B.171] "Dear Dan…" 26 Jan 1881
  • 4.3 [B.172] "Dear Mother…" Hartford, Feb 1881
  • 4.4 [B.173] "Dear Dan…" Boston, 24 Feb 1881
  • 4.5 [B.174] "Dear Dan…" Saturday, 1881
  • 4.6 [B.175] "Dear Dan…" 1881
  • 4.7 [B.176] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 16 Mar 1881
  • 4.8 [B.177] "Dear Dan…" 1881
  • 4.9 [B.178] "Mr. Chas. L. Webster…" Hartford, 29 Apr 1881
  • 4.10 [B.179] "Dear Charley…" 1 May 1881
  • 4.11 [B.180] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 1 May 1881
  • 4.12 [B.181] "Dear Charley…" 2 May 1881
  • 4.13 [B.182] "My Dear Mother and Sister…" Hartford, 2 May 1881
  • 4.14 [B.183] "Dear Charley…" 3 May 1881
  • 4.15 [B.184] "Dear Charley…" 1881
  • 4.16 [B.185] "Dear Charley…" 6 May 1881
  • 4.17 [B.186] To Charlie - "I have Hubbard's newspaper…" 1881
  • 4.18 [B.187] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 7 May 1881
  • 4.19 [B.188] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 14 May 1881
  • 4.20 [B.189] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 16 May 1881
  • 4.21 [B.190] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 19 May 1881
  • 4.22 [B.191] "Dear Charley…" Tuesday, 1881
  • 4.23 [B.192] Charley, See Frank and… 1881
  • 4.24 [B.193] Telegram to CL Webster K. Engraving Co., Hartford, 20 May 1881
  • 4.25 [B.194] "Dear Sir…" Hartford, Wednesday, 1881
  • 4.26 [B.195] "Dear Charley…" 30 May 1881
  • 4.27 [B.196] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 31 May 1881
  • 4.28 [B.197] Telegram to unidentified correspondent, Hartford, 17 June 1881
  • 4.29 [B.198] "Dear Charley…" Branford, 20 June 1881
  • 4.30 [B.199] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1881
  • 4.31 [B.200] "Dear Charley…" Branford, 21 June 1881
  • 4.32 [B.201] "Dear Charley…" Branford, 9 July 1881
  • 4.33 [B.202] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Branford, 19 July 1881
  • 4.34 [B.203] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 12 Aug 1881
  • 4.35 [B.204] "Dear Charley…" 17 Aug 1881
  • 4.36 [B.205] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 23 Aug 1881
  • 4.37 [B.206] "Dear Charley…" 1881
  • 4.38 [B.207] Telegram to Chas. L. Webster at residence of S.L. Clemens, 26 Aug 1881
  • 4.39 [B.208] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Aug 1881
  • 4.40 [B.209] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 31 Aug 1881
  • 4.41 [B.210] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 4 Sep 1881
  • 4.42 [B.211] Elmira - Telegram to C.L. Webster, 6 Sep 1881
  • 4.43 [B.212 ] Elmira - Telegram for Mr. Webster at residence of S.L. Clemens, 7 Sept 1881
  • 4.44 [B.213] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 7 Sep 1881
  • 4.45 [B.214] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 9 Sep 1881
  • 4.46 [B.215] "Dear Charley…"C.J. Langdon, Elmira, NY, 17 Sep 1881
  • 4.47 [B.216] Dear Charley - Find Louis C. Tiffany's present address/ Elmira, Louis C. Tiffany Esq., 19 Sep 1881
  • 4.48 [B.217] "Dear Ma…" Elmira, 19 Sep 1881
  • 4.49 [B.218] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 2 Oct 1881
  • 4.50 [B.219] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 7 Oct 1881
  • 4.51 [B.220] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 10 Oct 1881
  • 4.52 [B.221] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, Monday, Oct 1881
  • 4.53 [B.222] "Dear Charley…" (Imp re/typesetting machine), 25 Oct 1881
  • 4.54 [B.223] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 26 Oct 1881
  • 4.55 [B.224] "My Dear Bro..." 26 Oct 1881
  • 4.56 [B.225] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 28 Oct 1881
  • 4.57 [B.226] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 11 Nov 1881
  • 4.58 [B.227] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 15 Nov 1881
  • 4.59 [B.228] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 17 Nov 1881
  • 4.60 [B.229] Boston - Letter to SLC from R.K. Ticknor, 18 Nov 1881
  • 4.61 [B.230] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 19 Nov 1881
  • 4.62 [B.231] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 21 Nov 1881
  • 4.63 [B.232] Hartford - Telegram for Chas. L. Webster, 22 Nov 1881
  • 4.64 [B.233] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 24 Nov 1881
  • 4.65 [B.234] "Dear Charley…" Montreal, 27 Nov 1881
  • 4.66 [B.235] Letter from Olivia L. Clemens, 23 Dec 1881
  • 4.67 [B.236] "Dear Charley…" 31 Dec, 1881
  • 4.68 [B.237] "Dear Sister…" 8 Dec 1881
  • 5.1 [B.238] "Dear Charley…" 2 Jan 1882
  • 5.2 [B.239] "Dear Charley…" 5 Jan 1882
  • 5.3 [B.240] "Dear Charley…" 10 Jan 1882
  • 5.4 [B.241] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, Jan 21, 1882
  • 5.5 [B.242] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 20 Mar 1882 (typed)
  • 5.6 [B.243] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 20 Mar 1882 (typed)
  • 5.7 [B.244] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 27 Mar 1882 (typed)
  • 5.8 [B.245] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 12 Apr 1882
  • 5.9 [B.246] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 17 Apr 1882 (typed)
  • 5.10 [B.247] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 30 Apr 1882 (typed)
  • 5.11 [B.248] "My Dear Mother…" Farmington Ave., Hartford, 29 May 1882
  • 5.12 [B.249] "Dear Charley…" 12 June 1882
  • 5.13 [B.250] "Dear Charley…" 5 June 1882
  • 5.14 [B.251] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 15 June 1882 (typed)
  • 5.15 [B.252] Telegram to Chas. L. Webster. Hartford, 17 June 1882
  • 5.16 [B.253] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 8 July 1882 (typed)
  • 5.17 [B.254] "Dear Charley…" 26 June 1882
  • 5.18 [B.255] "Dear Charley…" ? 21, [1882]
  • 5.19 [B.256] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, Sunday, July 1882
  • 5.20 [B.257] "Dear Charley…" 8 July 1882
  • 5.21 [B.258] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 11 July1882 (typed)
  • 5.22 [B.259] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 18 July 1882
  • 5.23 [B.260] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 25 July 1882
  • 5.24 [B.261] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 26 July 1882
  • 5.25 [B.262] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 1 Aug 1882
  • 5.26 [B.263] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 8 Aug 1882
  • 5.27 [B.264] "Dear Charley…" 14 Apr 1882
  • 5.28 [B.265] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 9 Aug 1882
  • 5.29 [B.266] "Dear Charley…" 12 Aug 1882
  • 5.30 [B.267] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 15 Aug 1882
  • 5.31 [B.268] Telegram to Chas. L. Webster, Elmira, 20 Aug 1882
  • 5.32 [B.269] "Dear Annie…" Elmira, 29 Aug 1882
  • 5.33 [B.270] "My Dear Brother…" Fredonia, NY, 30 Aug 1882
  • 5.34 [B.271] "Dear Charley…" 9 Sep 1882
  • 5.35 [B.272] Chas. L. Webster, K Engraving Co. Telegram from SLC, Sep 1882
  • 5.36 [B.273] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 2 Sep 1882
  • 5.37 [B.274] "Dear Charley…" 19 Sep 1882
  • 5.38 [B.275] Elmira, NY-Telegram to Chas. Webster, 24 Sep 1882
  • 5.39 [B.276] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 19 Sep 1882
  • 5.40 [B.277] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, Sunday, 24 Sep 1882
  • 5.41 [B.278] To James R. Osgood, Boston, 1882
  • 5.42 [B.279] "Dear Charley…" 6 Oct 1882
  • 5.43 [B.280] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 9 Oct 1882 (typed)
  • 5.44 [B.281] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 27 Oct 1882 (typed)
  • 5.45 [B.282] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 21 Oct 1882 (typed)
  • 5.46 [B.283] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 30 Oct 1882 (typed)
  • 5.47 [B.284] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 30 Oct 1882 (typed)
  • 5.48 [B.285] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 11 Nov 1882 (typed)
  • 5.49 [B.286 ] County Clerk Archer County Texas- Letter to S.L. Clemens, 14 Nov 1882
  • 5.50 [B.287] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 21 Nov 1882
  • 5.51 [B.288] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 25 Nov 1882 (typed)
  • 5.52 [B.289] "Dear Charley…"
  • 5.53 [B.290] "Dear Charley…" 30 Nov 1882
  • 5.54 [B.291] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 20 Dec 1882 (typed)
  • 5.55 [B.292] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 16 Dec 1882 (typed)
  • 5.56 [B.293] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 30 Dec, 1882 (typed)
  • 5.57 [B.294] "My Dear Sister…" Wednesday, 1882?
  • 5.58 [B.295] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1882?
  • 5.59 [B.296] "Dear Charley…" Monday, 1882
  • 5.60 [B.297] Jas. R. Osgood Co. Letter to SLC with note to Charley, 3 Jan 1883
  • 5.61 [B.298] "Dear Charley…" 15 Jan 1883
  • 5.62 [B.299] "Dear Charley…" Jan. 27. 1883
  • 5.63 [B.300] "Dear Charley…" 1883
  • 5.64 [B.301] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 22 Feb 1883 (typed)
  • 5.65 [B.302] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1883
  • 5.66 [B.303] "Dear Charley…" 9 Mar 1883
  • 5.67 [B.304] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 23 Mar 1883 (typed)
  • 5.68 [B.305] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 31 Mar 1883 (typed)
  • 5.69 [B.306] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 16 Apr 1883 (typed)
  • 5.70 [B.307] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 24 Apr 1883 (typed)
  • 5.71 [B.308] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 1 May 1883 (typed)
  • 5.72 [B.309] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 7 May 1883 (typed)
  • 5.73 [B.310] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 17 May 1883 (typed)
  • 5.74 [B.311] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 8 June 1883
  • 5.75 [B.312] Telegram to Chas. L Webster, June 1883
  • 5.76 [B.313] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 18 June 1883
  • 5.77 [B.314] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 20 June 1883
  • 6.1 [B.315] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 29 June 1883
  • 6.2 [B.316] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 26 July 1883
  • 6.3 [B.317] "Dear Charley…" 1 Aug 1883
  • 6.4 [B.318] "Dear Charley…" 3 Aug 1883
  • 6.5 [B.319] Memorandum, 1883
  • 6.6 [B.320] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 6 Aug 1883
  • 6.7 [B.321] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 24 Aug 1883
  • 6.8 [B.322] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 31 Aug 1883
  • 6.9 [B.323] "Dear Charley…" Wednesday, 1883
  • 6.10 [B.324] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1883
  • 6.11 [B.325] Memo - Charles L. Webster, Publisher, 13 Sep 1883
  • 6.12 [B.326] "Dear Charley…" Charles L. Webster, Publisher, 3 Sep 1883
  • 6.13 [B.327] "My Dear Mother…" Hartford, 15 Sep 1883
  • 6.14 [B.328] "Dear Charley…" Saturday, 1883
  • 6.15 [B.329] "Dear Charley…" 22 Sep 1883
  • 6.16 [B.330] "My Dear Bro…" 28 Sep 1883
  • 6.17 [B.331] "Dear Charley…" Thursday, Sept. 1883
  • 6.18 [B.332] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 29 Sep 1883
  • 6.19 [B.333] "Dear Charley…" Oct. 3 or 4, 1883
  • 6.20 [B.334] "Dear Charley…" 6 Oct 1883
  • 6.21 [B.335] "Dear Charley…" 10 Oct 1883
  • 6.22 [B.336] "Dear Charley…" 15 Oct 1883
  • 6.23 [B.337] "Dear Mollie…" Late 1883?
  • 6.24 [B.338] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, 26 Nov 1883 (typed)
  • 6.25 [B.339] Memo from Jas R. Osgood Co. to C.L. Webster, 9 Nov 1883
  • 6.26 [B.340] "Dear Charley…" 30 Nov 1883
  • 6.27 [B.341] Letter from Olivia Clemens, 17 Dec 1883
  • 6.28 [B.342] "Dear Charley…" 19 Dec 1883
  • 6.29 [B.343] "Dear Charley…" 19 Dec 1883
  • 6.30 [B.344] "Dear Charley…" 20 Dec 1883
  • 6.31 [B.345] "My dear Annie…" 1883
  • 6.32 [B.346] "My Dear Sister…" 24 Dec 1883
  • 6.33 [B.347] Telegram-Hartford to L. Webster 658 Bway NYC, 26 Dec 1883
  • 6.34 [B.348] "Dear Charley…" 27 Dec 1883
  • 6.35 [B.349] Notes on Mt's History Game, 1883
  • 6.36 [B.350] "Dear Charley…" Jan 2, 1884
  • 6.37 [B.351] "Dear Charley…" 7 Jan 1884
  • 6.38 [B.352] "Dear Charley…" Monday, Jan. 1884
  • 6.39 [B.353] Hartford- Letter to CLW from Olivia L. Clemens, Jan. 11, 1884
  • 6.40 [B.354] Slote check for $773 received, 17 Jan 1884
  • 6.41 [B.355] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1884
  • 6.42 [B.356] "Dear Charley…" 28 Jan 1884
  • 6.43 [B.357] "Dear Charley…" 29 Jan 1884
  • 6.44 [B.358] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 8 Feb 1884
  • 6.45 [B.359] "Dear Charley…" 18 Feb 1884
  • 6.46 [B.360] "Dear Charley…" Feb. 29, 1884
  • 6.47 [B.361] "Dear Charley…" Monday, Mar. 3 or 4, 1884
  • 6.48 [B.362] "Dear Charley…" 5 Mar 1884
  • 6.49 [B.363] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 6 Mar 1884
  • 6.50 [B. 364] "Dear Charley…" 20 Mar 1884
  • 6.51 [B.365] Notes on bookmaking of the period in SLC's handwriting, Mar 1884
  • 6.52 [B.366] "Dear Charley…" Saturday Eve, Mar 1884
  • 6.53 [B.367] "Dear Charley…" 27 Mar 1884
  • 6.54 [B.368] Olivia L. Clemens Power of Attorney to Charles L. Webster, 8 Apr 1884
  • 6.55 [B.369] "Dear Charley…" 12 Apr 1884
  • 6.56 [B.370] "Dear Charley…" Monday, 14 Apr 1884
  • 6.57 [B.371] "Dear Charley…" 15 Apr 1884
  • 6.58 [B.372] "Dear Ma…" Hartford, 15 Apr 1884
  • 6.59 [B.373] "Dear Charley…" 16 Apr 1884
  • 6.60 [B.374] "Dear Charley, Show him this…" 25 Apr 1884
  • 6.61 [B.375] "Dear Charley, Yes, I think the raft chapter…" 22 Apr 1884
  • 6.62 [B.375a-b] Letter from Josephine Beemer, annotated by S.L.C. for Charley, 28 Apr 1884
  • 6.63 [B.375c] "Dear Charley…" 30 Apr 1884
  • 6.64 [B.375d] "Dear Charley…" 30 Apr 1884
  • 6.65 [B.375e] "Dear Charley…" 7 May 1884
  • 6.66 [B.375f] Letter from W.D. Howells, annotated by S.L.C. for Charley, 10 May 1884
  • 6.67 [B.375g] "Dear Charley…" 12 May 1884
  • 6.68 [B.375h] "Dear Charley…" 19 May 1884
  • 6.69 [B.375i] "Dear Charley…" 23 May 1884
  • 7.1 [B.375j] "Dear Charley…" 24 May 1884 (copy only)
  • 7.2[B.375k] "Dear Charley…" 31 May 1884
  • 7.3 [B.375l] "Dear Charley…" 6 June 1884
  • 7.4 [B.375m] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, ca. 6 June 1884
  • 7.5 [B.376] Letter from Miss Mattie Curry to SLC. Carson, Nevada, 11 June 1884
  • 7.6 [B.377] "Yes, Charley…" Memo, 12 June 1884
  • 7.7 [B.378] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 24 June 1884
  • 7.8 [B.379] NY-Letter from CLW, "Dear Uncle Sam," 25 June 1884
  • 7.9 [B.380] "Dear Charley…" July 1, 1884
  • 7.10 [B.381] "Dear Charley…" July 2, 1884
  • 7.11 [B.382] "Dear Charley…" 5 July 1884
  • 7.12 [B.383] "Dear Charley…" 5 July 1884
  • 7.13[B.384] "Dear Charley…" 6 July 1884
  • 7.14 [B.385] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 10 July 1884
  • 7.15 [B.386] "Dear Charley…" 10 July 1884
  • 7.16 [B.387] "Dear Charlie and Annie …" Elmira 10 July 1884
  • 7.17 [B.388] "Dear Charley…" 10 July 1884
  • 7.18 [B.389] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 11 July 1884
  • 7.19 [B.390] "Dear Charley…" 13 July 1884
  • 7.20 [B.391] "Dear Charley…" 13 July 1884
  • 7.21 [B.392] "Dear Charley…" 15 July 1884
  • 7.22 [B.393] "Dear Charley…" 17 July 1884
  • 7.23 [B.394] "Dear Charley…" 22 July 1884
  • 7.24 [B.395] "Dear Charley…" 1884
  • 7.25 [B.396] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 24 July 1884
  • 7.26 [B.397] Notes: First hand Prince and Pauper to Mallery, 1884
  • 7.27 [B.398] "Dear Charley…" 7 Aug 1884
  • 7.28 [B.399] "Dear Charley…" 11 Aug 1884
  • 7.29 [B.400] "Dear Charley…" 14 Aug 1884
  • 7.30 [B.401] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 16 Aug 1884
  • 7.31 [B.402] "Dear Charley…" 19 Aug 1884
  • 7.32 [B.403] Letter to unidentified correspondent, Elmira, 1 Sep 1884
  • 7.33 [B.404] "Dear Charley…" 5 Sep 1884
  • 7.34 [B.405] "Dear Charley…" 5 Sep 1884
  • 7.35 [B.406] "Dear Charley…" 8 Sep 1884
  • 7.36 [B.407] "Dear Charley…" 8 Sep 1884
  • 7.37 [B.408] Notes for Printer 1884?
  • 7.38 [B.409] "Dear Charley…" Saturday P.M. 1884
  • 7.39 [B.410] "Dear Charley…" 15 Sep 1884
  • 7.40 [B.411] "Dear Charley…" Saturday – Elmira, 20 Sep 1884
  • 7.41 [B.412] "Dear Charley…" Wednesday, 1884
  • 7.42 [B.413] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 9 Sep 1884
  • 7.43 [B.414] "Dear Charley…" 1884
  • 7.44 [B.415] "To Charley…" 1884 (1st page missing)
  • 7.45 [B.416] "Dear Charley…" 3 Oct 1884
  • 7.46 [B.417] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 31 Oct 1884
  • 7.47 [B.418] "Dear Charley…" 31 Oct 1884
  • 7.48 [B.419] "Dear Charley…" Oct. 1884 (Telegram)
  • 7.49 [B.420] "My Dear Bro…" 3 Nov 1884
  • 7.50 [B.421] "My Dear Bro…" Boston, 15 Nov 1884
  • 7.51 [B.422] "Dear Charley…" Fort Erie, 10 Dec 1884
  • 7.52 [B.423] "Dear Charley…" Grand Rapids, MI, 15 Dec 1884
  • 7.53 [B.424] "Dear Charley…" Toledo, 15 Dec 1884
  • 7.54 [B.425] Letter to unidentified correspondent, "Huckleberry Finn," 1884
  • 7.55 [B.426] "Dear Charley…" 22 Dec 1884
  • 7.56 [B.427] "Circular" C.L. Webster and Co., Publishers of Mark Twain's later works, 1884
  • 7.57 [B.428] "Dear Charley…" 1884 (Telegram)
  • 7.58 [B.429] "Dear Charley…" 23 Dec 1884 (Telegram)
  • 7.59 [B.430] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 26 Dec 1884
  • 7.60 [B.431] General Sheridan, "Dear Sir…" Hartford, 26 Dec 1884
  • 7.61 [B.432] "Dear Charley…" Pittsburgh, 28 Dec 1884
  • 7.62 [B.433] "My Dear Bro…" Pittsburgh, 28 Dec 1885
  • 7.63 [B.434] "My Dear Mother…" Danville, IL, 28 Dec 1884
  • 7.64 [B.435] Letter to unidentified correspondent, 1884?
  • 7.65 [B.436] "Dear Charley…" Cincinnati, 4 Jan 1885
  • 7.66 [B.437] "Dear Charley…" 10 Jan 1885
  • 7.67 [B.438] "Dear Mollie…" Hartford, CT-Letter from Olivia l. Clemens, 11 Jan 1885
  • 7.68 [B.439] Telegram to C.L. Webster, 13 Jan 1885
  • 7.69 [B.440] "Dear Charley…" Keokuk, 15 Jan 1885
  • 7.70 [B.441] "My Dear Bro…" Chicago, Friday morning, 1885
  • 7.71 [B.442] "Dear Charley…" 1885
  • 7.72 [B.443] "Dear Charley…" 19 Jan 1885
  • 8.1 [B.444] "Dear Charley…" Janesville, 19 Jan 1885
  • 8.2 [B.445] "Dear Charley…" 21 Jan 1885
  • 8.3 [B.446] "Dear Charley…" St. Paul, 23 Jan 1885
  • 8.4 [B.447] "Dear Charley…" St. Paul, 23 Jan 1885
  • 8.5 [B.448] "Dear Charley…" St. Paul, 23 Jan 1885
  • 8.6 [B.449] "Dear Charley…" Minneapolis, 25 Jan 1885
  • 8.7 [B.450] "Dear Charley…" Minneapolis, 26 Jan 1885
  • 8.8 [B.451] "Dear Charley…" On the train, 27 Jan 1885
  • 8.9 [B.452] D Appleton Statement with SLC notation on it, 28 Jan 1885
  • 8.10 [B.453] Telegram to C.L. Webster, 29 Jan 1885
  • 8.11 [B.454] Webster- See fine notice…. 1885
  • 8.12 [B.455] "Dear Charley…" Indianapolis, 8 Feb 1885
  • 8.13 [B.456] "Dear Charley…" Columbus, 10 Feb 1885
  • 8.14 [B.457] "Dear Charley…" Toronto, 15 Feb 1885
  • 8.15 [B.458] "Dear Charley…" Brockton, 17 Feb 1885
  • 8.16 [B.459 ] Letter to unidentified correspondent. "2 Leave 2 cloth Finn's at Everett House Monday afternoon," 1885
  • 8.17 [B.460] "Dear Bro…" Feb. 1885
  • 8.18 [B.461] "Dear Charley…" Everett House, 1885
  • 8.19 [B.462] "Dear Bro and Sister…" Hartford, 5 Mar 1885
  • 8.20 [B.463] "Dear Charley…" 182 Center St. Hartford, 6 Mar 1885
  • 8.21 [B.464] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 13 Mar 1885
  • 8.22 [B.465] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 16 Mar 1885
  • 8.23 [B.466] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 4 Apr 1885
  • 8.24 [B.467] "Dear Charley…" 4 Apr 1885
  • 8.25 [B.468] Prefatory Remark: "Huckleberry Finn is not…." 1885
  • 8.26 [B.469] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, Sunday, 1885
  • 8.27 [B.470] SLC to Dear Charley, Law Office of William Hamersley Hartford, 6 Apr 1885
  • 8.28 [B.471] "P.S. Charley…" 6 Apr 1885
  • 8.29 [B.472] "Dear Charley…" 8 Apr 1885
  • 8.30 [B.473] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1885
  • 8.31 [B.474] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1885
  • 8.32 [B.475] "Dear Charley…" 1885
  • 8.33 [B.476] "Dear Charley…" 11 Apr 1885
  • 8.34 [B.477] "Dear Charley…" 11 Apr 1885
  • 8.35 [B.478] "Dear Bro…" 11 Apr 1885
  • 8.36 [B.479] "Dear Charley…" Friday Evening, 1885
  • 8.37 [B.480] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1885
  • 8.38 [B.481] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 15 Apr 1885
  • 8.39 [B.482] P.S. I forgot…(To Charley), 1885
  • 8.40 [B.483] "Dear Colonel Grant..." Letterhead of Charles L. Webster, 658 Broadway, NY, 30 Apr 1885
  • 8.41 [B.484] "Dear Charley…" 5 May 1885
  • 8.42 [B.485] Letter to Orion, Hartford, 5 May 1885
  • 8.43 [B.486] "Dear Charlie…" 10 May 1885
  • 8.44 [B.487] "Dear Charley…" 13 May 1885
  • 8.45 [B.488] "Dear Bro…" 16 May 1885
  • 8.46 [B.489] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1885
  • 8.47 [B.490] The ABC Transliterations Bureau adv. with note in SLC's handwriting, 1885
  • 8.48 [B.491] "To Whom It May Concern…" Charles L. Webster and Co. Letterhead, 27 May 1885
  • 8.49 [B.492] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 22 May 1885
  • 8.50 [B.493] "Dear Ma…" Everett House Union Square, 8 June 1885
  • 8.51 [B.494] Chas. Webster and Co. MEMO, 1885
  • 8.52 [B.495] "Dear Sister…" Hartford, 12 June 1885
  • 8.53 [B.496] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, Sunday, 1885
  • 8.54 [B.497] "Dear Charley…" 17 June 1885
  • 8.55 [B.498] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 24 June 1885
  • 8.56 [B.499] "Dear Ma…" Elmira, 26 June 1885
  • 8.57 [B.500] Letter to unidentified correspondent, n.d.
  • 8.58 [B.501] Letter to unidentified correspondent, n.d.
  • 8.59 [B.502] Telegram Chas. L. Webster, 27 July 1885
  • 8.60 [B.503] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 28 July 1885
  • 8.61 [B.504] "Dear Charley…" 28 July 1885
  • 8.62 [B.505] "Dear Charley-When you get to London…" 1885
  • 8.63 [B.506] "My Dear Niece…" Elmira, 30 July 1885
  • no folder [B.507] "Dear Molly…" Elmira, 6 Aug 1885
  • 8.64 [B.508] "Dear Sirs…" Elmira, Wednesday 5 p.m., 1885
  • 8.65 [B.509] "My Dear Bro…" Hartford, 22 Sep 1885
  • 8.66 [B.510] Copyright No. 21186 Q of letter from Gen. S.B. Buckner to Gen. U.S. Grant, 9 Oct 1885
  • 8.67 [B.511] Copyright Office-receipt for 2 copies of a facsimile of Bucknew to Grant Letter, 1885
  • 8.68 [B.512] "Dear Charley…" 13 Oct 1885
  • 8.69 [B.513] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 22 Oct 1885
  • 8.70 [B.514] "Dear Charlie and Annie…" Letter from Olivia L. Clemens, 25 Oct 1885
  • 9.1 [B.515] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 28 Oct 1885
  • 9.2 [B.516] "Dear Annie…" Hartford, 28 Oct 1885
  • 9.3 [B.517] "Dear Charley…" Tuesday, 1885
  • 9.4 [B.518] "Dear Ma…" Hartford, 30 Oct 1885
  • 9.5 [B.519] "Dear Charley…" 30 Oct 1885
  • 9.6 [B.520] "Dear Charley…" 2 Nov 1885
  • 9.7 [B.521] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 10 Nov 1885
  • 9.8 [B.522] To the Editor of the Sun…Signed: D. Wahrheit, 1885
  • 9.9 [B.523] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 11 Nov 1885
  • 9.10 [B.524] "Dear Charley…" 1885
  • no folder [B.525] "Dear Charley…" 6 Dec 1885
  • 9.11 [B.526] "Dear Charley…" Wednesday, 16 Dec 1885
  • 9.12 [B.527] "Dear Charley…" 6 pm, 16 Dec 1885
  • 9.13 [B.528] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 17 Dec 1885
  • 9.14 [B.529] "Dear Ma…" Hartford, 18 Dec 1885
  • 9.15 [B.530] "Dear Charley…" Private, Hartford, 18 Dec 1885
  • 9.16 [B.531] "Dear Charley…" 26 Dec 1885
  • 9.17 [B.532] "Dear Charley…" 21 Dec 1885
  • 9.18 [B.533] "Dear Charley…" 28 Dec 1885
  • 9.19 [B.534] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 29 Dec 1885
  • 9.20 [B.535A] "Dear Charley…" Saturday, 1855
  • 9.21 [B.535B] "Dear Charley…" 3 Jan 1886
  • 9.22 [B.536] "Dear Charley…" 13 Jan 1886
  • 9.23 [B.537] "Dear Charley…" Sunday, 1 Feb 1886
  • 9.24 [B.538] "Dear Charley…" 8 Feb 1886
  • 9.25 [B.539] "Dear Charley…" 8 Feb 1886
  • 9.26 [B.540] "Dear Charley…" 10 Feb 1886
  • 9.27 [B.541] "Dear Charley…" 13 Feb 1886
  • 9.28 [B.542] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 19 Mar 1886
  • 9.29 [B.543] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 27 Mar 1886
  • 9.30 [B.544] "Dear Charlie…" Hartford, Conn.- Letter from Olivia L. Clemens, 1886
  • 9.31 [B.545] "Dear Charley…" 6 Apr 1886
  • 9.32 [B.546] "Dear Charley…" 12 Apr 1886
  • 9.33 [B.547] "Dear Charley…" 26 Apr 1886
  • 9.34 [B.548] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 22 Apr 1886
  • 9.35 [B.549] "Dear Charley…" 25 May 1886 (Telegram)
  • 9.36 [B.550] "Dear Charley…" Book Order, Hartford, 22 Apr 1886
  • 9.37 [B.551] "Dear Charley…" 3 June 1886
  • 9.38 [B.552] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 6 June 1886
  • 9.39 [B.553] "Dear Charley…" 11 June 1886
  • 9.40 [B.554] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 17 June 1886
  • 9.41 [B.555] "Dear Charley-I have attempted no answer…" 1886
  • 9.42 [B.556] Fragment of letter to sister, Pamela C. Moffett, 1886
  • 9.43 [B.557] "Dear Charley…" Elmira, 6 Aug 1886
  • 9.44 [B.557A] "Dear Molly…" Elmira, 6 Aug 1886
  • 9.45 [B.558] "Dear Ma…" Elmira, 7 Aug 1886
  • 9.46 [B.559] "Dear Mr. Hall…" Elmira, 25 Aug 1886
  • 9.47 [B.560] "Dear Charley…" 3 Sep 1886
  • 9.48 [B.561] "Dear Charley…" Murray Hill Hotel, NY, 5 Oct 1886
  • 9.49 [B.562] "Dear Charley…" 10 Oct 1886
  • 9.50 [B.563] "Dear Annie…" Hartford, 18 Oct 1886
  • 9.51 [B.564] "Dear Charley…" Sheridan Book, Hartford, 13 Nov 1886
  • 9.52 [B.565] "Dear Charley…" In relation to Henry Clews, Hartford, 17 Nov 1886
  • 9.53 [B.566] Hartford-Telegram to Chas. L. Webster, 17 Nov 1886
  • 9.54 [B.567] "Dear Sirs…" Hartford- Chas. L. Webster and Co., 29 Nov 1886
  • 9.55 [B.567A] "Dear Charley- Don't forget…" 6 Dec 1886
  • 9.56 [B.568] "Dear Charley…" 11 Dec 1886
  • 9.57 [B.568A] "Dear Charley- I want to bother you…" Dec 1885
  • 9.58 [B.569] "Dear Charley…" Hartford- Letter from Olivia L. Clemens, 1886
  • 9.59 [B.570] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 14 Dec 1885
  • 9.60 [B.571] "P.S. Livy wants you…" 26 Dec 1886
  • 9.61 [B.572] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 26 Dec 1886
  • 9.62 [B.573] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 30 Dec, 1886
  • 9.63 [B.574] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 13 Jan 1887
  • 9.64 [B.575] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 19 Jan 1887
  • 9.65 [B.576] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 15 Feb 1887
  • 9.66 [B.577] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 25 Feb 1887
  • 9.67 [B.578] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 1 Mar 1887
  • 9.68 [B.579] "Dear Bro…" Hartford, 16 Mar 1887
  • 10.1 [B.580] "Dear Charley…" 28 Mar 1887
  • 10.2 [B.581] Telegram to Chas. L. Webster, 28 Mar 1887
  • 10.3 [B.582] "My Dear Sister…" Hartford, 2 Apr 1887
  • 10.4 [B.583] Telegram to Chas. L. Webster, 4 Apr 1887
  • 10.5 [B.584] "Dear Charley…" 17 Apr 1887
  • 10.6 [B.585] "Dear Charley…" 22 Apr 1887
  • 10.7 [B.586] Letter for SLC written by F. Whitman, 28 Apr 1887
  • 10.8 [B.587] "Dear Charley…" 9 May 1887
  • 10.9 [B.588] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 11 May 1887
  • 10.10 [B.589] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 25 May 1887
  • 10.11 [B.590] "Dear Charley…" 28 May 1887
  • 10.12 [B.591] "Dear Mr. Hall…" Elmira, 9 July 1887
  • 10.13 [B.592] "My Dear Sister…" Elmira, 12 July 1887
  • 10.14 [B.593] "Dear Ma…" Elmira, 24 July 1887
  • 10.15 [B.594] "Dear Charley…" Home, Sept 5, 1887
  • 10.16 [B.595] Envelope addressed to C.L. Webster by SLC, 9 Sep 1887
  • 10.17 [B.596] "Dear Charley…" Elmira- Friday, 9 Sep 1887
  • 10.18 [B.597] "Dear C.L.W and Co…" Hartford, 19 Oct 1887
  • 10.19 [B.598] "Dear C.L.W and Co…" Hartford, 28 Oct 1887
  • 10.20 [B.599] "We vote as follows upon the preposition to publish a volume of the sermons of the Rev. Nathaniel J. Burton at half-profits…" 28 Oct 1887
  • 10.21 [B.600] "Dear C.L.W and Co…" 13 Nov 1887
  • 10.22 [B.601] "Dear C.L.W and Co…" Hartford, Nov.15, 1887
  • 10.23 [B.602] "Dear Orion…" Hartford, 8 Dec 1887
  • 10.24 [B.603] "Dear C.L.W and Co…" 24 Dec 1887
  • 10.25 [B.604] "Dear Charley…" Hartford, 28 Dec 1887
  • 10.26 [B.605] "Dear Pamela…" Elmira, 15 Sep 1888
  • 10.27 [B.606] "Dear Orion…" Elmira, 16 Sep 1888
  • 10.28 [B.607] "Dear Orion…" Hartford, 3 Oct 1888
  • 10.29 [B.608] "Dear Orion…" Hartford, 23 Nov 1888
  • 10.30 [B.609] S.L. Clemens signature, 1889
  • 10.31 [B.610] "Dear Pamela…" Hartford-Lette r from Olivia L. Clemens, 27 Jan 1889
  • 10.32 [B.611] "Dear Pamela…" Hartford, 9 Oct 1889
  • 10.33 [B.612] "Dear Sister…" Hartford, 13 May 1890
  • 10.34 [B.613] Hartford, Conn.- (On the death of Charles L. Webster, 26 Apr 1891), 26 Apr 1891
  • 10.35 [B.614] "Dear Pamela…" Hartford, 3 June 1891
  • 10.36 [B.615] "Dear Pamela…" Mentone, 21 Mar 1892
  • 10.37 [B.616] "Dear Mollie and Orion…" Chicago- 3:15 pm, 24 Apr 1893
  • 10.38 [B.617] "Dear Pamela and Annie..." Charles L. Webster and Co. Publishers, 675 Fifth Ave., NYC, 21 Sep 1893
  • 10.39 [B.618] "Dear Annie…" 169 rue de l' Universite, Paris, 28 Nov 1894
  • 10.40 [B.619] "Dear Pamela…"Villa Viviani, Florence, 5 Feb 1895
  • 10.41 [B.620] Canadian-Australian SS Line Near the Equator- Letter from Olivia L. L Clemens to her step-sister Sue, 5 Sep 1895
  • 10.42 [B.621] "Dear Sister…" London, 28 Mar 1897
  • 10.43 [B.622] "Dear Mrs. Trask…" Trask-Vassar letter, Copy of in SLCs secretary's handwriting, 20 Dec 1901
  • 10.44 [B.623] Acknowledgement of letter rec'd en occasion of Livy's death, 1904
  • 10.45 [B.624] "Dear Miss Lyon…" The Grosvenor, NYC, 7 Oct 1904
  • 10.46 [B.624A] Invitation to Mr. Clemens 70th birthday party, 1905
  • 10.46 [B.625] "Dear Miss. Lyon…" 21 Fifth Ave. - 10am, 16 July 1906
  • 10.48 [B.626] The Connecticut Magazine. Marginal notes and underlining in SLC's hand; note by Miss Lyon, 1906
  • 10.49 [B.627] Miss Francis Munnelly, Hotel Waldorf, 1907
  • 10.50 [B.628] J. Bigalow Paine, Redding, CT, 1908
  • 10.51 [B.629] Redding, Conn.- Telegram to Annie Moffett Webster, 55 W 10 St, NYC, 25 Dec 1909

Series C. Correspondence To Samuel L . Clemens and Related Letters

  • 10.52 [C.1] Robert G. Ingersoll, Washington, D.C., 11 Dec 1874
  • 10.53 [C.2] Clara L. Kellogg, Harhurst, Hudson River, 3 Aug 1875
  • 10.54 [C.3] P.T. Barnum, Bridgeport, CT, 29 Nov 1876
  • 10.55 [C.4] "Honorable Sir…" Enclosure with P.T. Barnum letter, Worcester, 26 Nov 1876
  • 10.56 [C.5] Robert Ingersoll, Buffalo, NY, 18 Jan 1880
  • 10.57 [C.6] E. Booth, Hotel Brunswick, 3 June 1880
  • 10.58 [C.7] H.B. Mathers (author of "Coming Thru the Rye"), 28 July 1880
  • 10.59 [C.8] J.B. Aldrich, Ponkapog, MA, 18 Dec 1880
  • 10.60 [C.9] A. Wing, Washington, D.C., 22 Dec 1880
  • 10.61 [C.10] E.C. Stedman, 71 W. 54 ST., NY, 12 Jan 1882
  • 10.62 [C.11] G.W. Cable, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, 14 Oct 1882
  • 10.63 [C.12] James Ahern, Hartford, 11 Nov 1882
  • 10.64 [C.13] Julian Hawthorne, 11 Dec 1882
  • 10.65 [C.14] Stewart L. Woodford, USA Attorney's Office, NY, 15 Dec 1882
  • 10.66 [C.15] Edman C. Stedman, 71 W. 54 St., NY, 26 Jan 1883
  • 10.67 [C.16] J.B. Aldrich, The Atlantic Monthly, Boston, 19 Mar 1883
  • 10.68 [C.17] Georg Waring, Jr., Newport, 7 Apr 1883
  • 10.69 [C.18] Jos. R. Hawley, Monday morning, 28 May 1883
  • 10.70 [C.19] Lother (?), Government House, Ottawa, 26 June 1883
  • 10.71 [C.20] C.A. Dana, The Sun, NYC, 1 Nov 1883
  • 10.72 [C.21] W.J. Florence, Route of the Florence's Season 1883-1884, McVickers Theatre, Chicago, 21 Dec 1883
  • 10.73 [C.22] J.R. Osgood, James R. Osgood Co., Publishers, 4 Feb 1884
  • 10.74 [C.23] Augustus Daly, Daly's Theatre, Manager's Officer, 27 Feb 1884
  • 11.1 [C.24] J.R. Osgood, Boston, 26 Mar 1884
  • 11.2 [C.25] Mr. Howell's writing on envelope: S.L. Clemens, Esq., Riverdale on Hudson, NY, 1884
  • 11.3 [C.26] W.D. Howells, Boston, 28 Mar 1884
  • 11.4 [C.27] J. Raymond letter to W.D. Howells, 28 Mar 1884
  • 11.5 [C.28] W.D. Howells, 4 Louisburg Square, Boston, 29 Mar 1884
  • 11.6 [C.29] R.M. Raymond, NY, 31 Mar 1884
  • 11.7 [C.30] W.D.Howells, Boston, 4 Apr 1884
  • 11.8 [C.31] W.D. Howells, 302 Beacon St., Boston, 28 Feb 1885
  • 11.9 [C.32] W.D. Howells, Boston, 11 Mar 1885
  • 11.10 [C.33] Clemma Bradley (nee Lampton), McKinney, TX, 25 Apr 1885
  • 11.11 [C.34] W.D. Howells, Auburndale, 11 Dec 1885
  • 11.12 [C.35] W.L. Alden, Consulate General of the United States, Rome, 12 May 1887
  • 11.13 [C.36] Postcard: Eve: Now own up Adam!, SLC note: Curious old medieval print from the collection of the Vatican, n.d.
  • 11.14 [C.37] W.D. Howells, Lake George P.O., NY, 21 Aug 1889, 2 Sep 1887
  • 11.15 [C.38] Josh Billings, The Windsor Hotel, NYC, n.d.
  • 11.16 [C.39] Clipping: "Twain's Attack on the Czar," n.d.
  • 11.16 [C.39] Clipping: Harpers article about Jews, 1898
  • 11.16 [C.39] Clipping: NY Tribune, "A case in which the Scripture is not fulfilled!" 1 Aug 1900
  • 11.17 [C.40] Gordon R. Woodward, Lockport, NY, 1902
  • 11.18 [C.41] Mrs. Tabitha Greening, Palmyra, MO, 19 Nov 1904
  • 11.19 [C.42] Lawrence Barrett, Philadelphia, Thursday, n.d.
  • 11.20 [C.43] "My Dear Mr. Rogers…" 323 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA, 1 Dec 1905
  • 11.21 [C.44] "Mr. Richard Grant White requests the pleasure of you company…"330 E. 17 St., Stuyvesant Square, n.d.
  • 11.22 [C.45] "To meet Members of the Savage Club…" 29 June 1905
  • 11.23 [C.46] "Florence Wyman invites you to a view of her work in pencil…" n.d.
  • 11.24 [C.47] Clipping: "A Tragedy of To-day," 1905
  • 11.24 [C.47] IVL note: Mr. Clemens read this aloud to me this morning, n.d.
  • 11.25 [C.48] Cartoon by Webster: "The Tramp Printer: Know Mark Twain? You bet I did," n.d.
  • 11.26 [C.49] "The author tells how he filled Cooper Union…" NY Times, 1906
  • 11.27 [C.50] Clipping: Mark Twain on Phonetic Spelling, n.d.
  • 11.27 [C.50] SLC note, 12 Apr 1906
  • 11.28 [C.51] Photostat: The House that Twain Built, n.d.
  • 11.29 [C.52] Dolly Cain, Aurora, Esmeralda County, NV, n.d.
  • 11.30 [C.53] Oren Root, Jr., NY, 9 May 1906
  • 11.31 [C.54] J.M. Doubleday, Doubleday Page and Co., 7 Aug 1906
  • 11.32 [C.55] Augusta M.D. Ogden, Ar-y-Bryn, Tuxedo Park, July 1908
  • 11.33 [C.56] Prefatory remark. Note. Huckleberry Finn is not an imaginary person, n.d.
  • 11.34 [C.57] John Watson Cary, Society of Colonial Wars in New York State, 4 Sep 1906
  • 11.35 [C.58] H.D. McDonald, Lawyer, Paris, TX, 16 Oct 1907
  • 11.36 [C.59] Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Murray Butler's card, n.d.
  • 11.37 [C.60] Mr. John Pyne's card, 9 Dec 1905
  • 11.38 [C.61] "Letter from unidentified correspondent." Mr. Clemens- Audience waiting for you, n.d.
  • 11.39 [C.62] Clippings: The Story of the Knickerbocker Trust Co; picture of Mark Twain; and Mark Twain Now After Compliments, ( NY Times , n.d.
  • 11.40 [C.63] 2 letters from Laura Dake, San Diego, 12 Feb 1907 and 16 Feb 1907
  • 11.40 [C.63] IVL notes dated re Laura Wright Dake, 20 Feb 1906
  • 11.41 [C.64] Telegram from Lady Warwick, Tuxedo Park, 15 Oct 1907
  • 11.42 [C.65] Enveloped addressed to Dr. S. Langhorne Clemens, Boston, forward to Mark Twain, 5th Ave. and 9th, NYC, 4 June 1908
  • 11.43 [C.66] John B. Downing, Daytona, FL, 21 Feb 1907
  • 11.44 [C.67] Geo. J. Curry, Sharon, WI 18 Mar 1908
  • 11.45 [C.68] "My Dear Miss Lyon…" Plainfield, NJ, 30 Apr 1908
  • 11.46 [C.69] "Dear Cousin…" Cousin Puss, Palmyra, June 1908
  • 11.47 [C.70] Letter from unidentified correspondent, Hannibal, MO, Feb 1909
  • 11.48 [C.71] Postcard of Hank Monk's Tombstone, A.H.M., Carson City, NV, n.d.
  • 11.49 [C.72] Bernard DeVoto, Cambridge, MA, 9 Oct 1941
  • 11.50 [C.73] Mrs. Lewis, 285 Pleasant St., Pasadena, CA, 15 Nov 1944
  • 11.51 [C.74] Letter to Herb Stoeckel - Harper and Bros., 27 June 1945
  • 11.52 [C.75] Leon S. Kaiser, Principal, Mark Twain Junior High School, 8 Sep 1948
  • 11.53 [C.75A] Clipping: "University Gets Mark Twain Items," NY Times , 19 Sep 1954
  • 11.54 [C.76A] Connor notes, n.d.
  • 11.55 [C.76] Mrs. S.C. Webster, 205 W. 57 St., NYC, 14 Oct 1956
  • 11.56 [C.77] Henry Nash Smith, Univ. of California, 7 Mar 1958
  • 11.57 [C.78] Mrs. S.C. Webster, The Osborne, 205 W. 57 St., NYC, 10 Mar 1958
  • 11.58 [C.79] 2 letters, Henry Nash Smith, Univ. of California, 18 Apr 1958
  • 11.59 [C.80] Henry Nash Smith, Univ. of California, 12 Oct 1962
  • 11.60 [C.81] Witter and Harpole Law Offices, Los Angeles, 5 Aug 1966
  • 11.61 [C.82] Myron E. Harpole, Los Angeles, Aug.22, 1966
  • 11.62 [C.83] Geo. E. Dutton, Jr. Trust officer, Bank of Delaware, 10 July 1967
  • 11.63 [C.84] H.S. Tuthill, Cummings and Lockwood, Stamford, CT, 17 July 1967
  • 11.64 [C.85] Geo. E. Dutton, Wilmington, DE, 20 July 1967
  • 11.65 [C.86] Fredrick Anderson, Editor, Mark Twain Papers, Univ. of California, 10 Apr 1968
  • 11.66 [C.87] Henry Nash Smith, Univ. of California, 28 June 1968
  • 11.67 [C.88] "Dear Mr. Connor…" Works of Mark Twain, Iowa - California edition, Berkeley, CA, 5 Aug 1971
  • 11.68 [C.89] "Dear Mr. Connor…" Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, MO, 27 Mar 1973
  • 11.69 [C.90] Thomas G. Chamberlain, Attorney for Mark Twain Trust, NY, 25 Oct 1974
  • 11.70 [C.91] Fredrick Anderson, Editor, Mark Twain Papers, Univ. of California, 4 Mar 1975
  • 11.71 [C.92] Dixon Wecter, Hungtington, 26 Sep 1947
  • 11.72 [C.93] 2 clippings: "I keep coming back…"(re: Mark Twain and Hawaii - and a letter by Fredrick Anderson in NY Review of Books , 20 Mar 1975

Series D. Olivia Langdon Clemens Correspondence to Family Members

  • 12.1 [D.14] Dear Sam, 17 Sep 1901
  • 12.2 [D.15] Dear Sam, 23 Jan 1902
  • 12.3 [D.16] "Dear Charley - Will you please…" n.d.
  • 12.4 [D.17] "Dear Charley - I want to trouble you…" n.d.
  • 12.5 [D.18] "Dear Charley - Mr. Clemens is in Boston," n.d.
  • 12.6 [D.19] Note by miss Lyon: "I saw Mr. Clemens twice in Riverdale," 1903
  • 12.7 [D.20] Letter to Will Clemens, 16 Feb 1902
  • 12.8 [D.21] Notes dated and in handwriting of Miss Lyon re: "What is a Man?" 7 May 1933
  • 12.9 [D.22] Mark Twain's Tribute to Livy, n.d.

Series E. Clara Clemens Correspondence To Family

  • 12.10 [E.1] "Dear Aunt Pamela…" Hartford, 30 Dec, 1884
  • 12.11 [E.2] "Dear Aunt Pamela…" Calcutta, India, 18 Feb 1896
  • 12.12 [E.3] Saturday, 17 Livingston Place, Letter to Miss Lyon from NYC, n.d.
  • 12.13 [E.4] Letter to Miss Lyon from Germany, 4 Aug 1908
  • 12.14 [E.5] Miss Isabel Lyon, Princess Hotel, Hamilton, Bermuda, 24 Mar 1908
  • 12.15 [E.6] "My Dear Cousin Annie…" Stormfield, Redding, CT, 13 May 1910
  • 12.16 [E.7] "Dear Cousin Annie…" Stormfield, Redding, CT, 30 May 1910
  • 12.17 [E.8] "Dear Cousin Annie…" Munich, 14 Feb 1914
  • 12.18 [E.9] "Thank you my dear cousin…" 1936
  • 12.19 [E.10] "My dear Cousin Jean…" La Jolla, CA, 18 Jan 1954
  • 12.20 [E.11] 10 sheets of clippings, n.d.

Series F. Jean L. Clemens Correspondence to Family

  • 12.21 [F.1] Letter to Miss Lyon, 162 Upper Mountain Ave., Montclair, NJ, 14 Mar 1909
  • 12.22 [F.2] S.L. Clemens, Stormfield, 25 Dec 1910
  • 12.23 [F.3] IVL's note re : Jean Clemens, n.d.
  • 12.24 [F.4] IVL's notes for Me. How re Jean Clemens, n.d

Series G. Susan Clemens

  • 12.25 [G.1] In memoriam Olivia Susan Clemens, 18 Aug 1897

Series H. Mark Twain Birthday Celebrations

  • 12.26 [H.1] Harpers Weekly, ed. By George Harvey, 23 Dec 1905
  • 12.27 [H.2] Mark Twain's 70th Birthday - Souvenir of Its Celebration, Supplement to Harpers, 23 Dec 1905
  • 12.28 [H.3] Calendar of Pleiades Club, 22 Dec 1907
  • 12.29 [H.4] Publishers' Weekly, 7 Oct 1905
  • 12.30 [H.5] Clippings re 70th birthday, n.d.
  • 12.31 [H.6] Calendar of American Academy of Arts and Letters and The National Institute of Arts and Letters, 14 Nov 1935

Series I. Samuel Langhorne Clemens' Funeral

  • 12.32 [I.1] Calendar of Memorial Ceremonies, 30 Nov 1910
  • 12.33 [I.2] Harpers Weekly, 17 Dec 1910
  • 12.34 [I.3] Clippings, n.d.

Series J. Mark Twain's Homes

  • 12.35 [J.1] Florida, Missouri, n.d. (3 brochures)
  • 12.36 [J.2] Hannibal, Missouri, n.d. (photo, 3 Brochures, 3 sheets of clippings)
  • 12.37 [J.3] Farmington Ave., Hartford, Connecticut, n.d. (3 brochures, 1 magazine article, 1 newspaper clipping, 1 map)
  • 12.38 [J.4] Stormfield, Redding, Connecticut, n.d. (picture, clippings, Mark Twain Library Bulletin)

Series K. Mark Twain Clippings

  • 13.1 [K.1,K.2] sheets and clippings #2-20, n.d. (originals)
  • 13.2 [K.1,K.2] sheets and clippings #21-50, n.d. (originals)
  • 13.3 [K.1,K.2] sheets and clippings #51-75, n.d. (originals)
  • 13.4 [K.1,K.2] sheets and clippings # 76-100, n.d. (originals)
  • 13.5 [K.1,K.2] sheets and clippings #101-121, n.d. (originals)
  • 13.6 [K.3] Sale catalogue and manuscripts of S.L. Clemens, Part I, 7-8 Feb 1911
  • 13.7 [K.4] 1950 article by Edgar M. Branch, Thematic Form in Huck Finn, 1950
  • 13.8 [K.5] 1952 article by Fred W. Lorch, Mark Twain's "Artemus Ward" Lecture, 1952
  • 13.9 [K.6] 1957 article by Henry Nash Smith, The Structure of Roughing It, 1957
  • Box 37 Oversized clippings, (microfilmed?)

Series L. Mississippi Life

  • 14.1 [L.1] Card of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers Pilot Society, n.d.
  • 14.2 [L.2] Photograph of SS Baton Rouge of the New Orleans Anchor Line, with note from Dixon Wecter, n.d.
  • 14.3 [L.3] Photograph of SS Mark Twain, City of Saint Louis Harbor Department, n.d.
  • 14.4 [L.4] Reprint by Currier and Ives of steamboat race, NY Times, 12 Oct 1930
  • 14.5 [L.5] Clipping: View of a Mississippi steamboat center salon, n.d
  • 14.6 [L.6] Peter Schrag article, "Life on the Mississippi," Saturday Review, 12 Dec 1970

Series M. Copies of Mark Twain Publications

  • 14.7 [M.1] S.L. Clemens letter written in answer to inquiries made by a personal friend..., n.d.
  • 14.8 [M.2] S.L. Clemens letter written to a personal friend, n.d.
  • 14.9 [M.3] "William Dean Howells" article by Twain in Harpers, and clipping of a review, July 1906
  • 14.10 [M.4] "A Horse's Tale, A Story in Two Parts" by Twain in Harpers Monthly Magazine, Aug and Sep 1906
  • 14.11 [M.5] 4 Howard Pyle illustrations of St. Joan of Arc in Harpers Monthly Magazine, n.d.
  • 14.12 [M.6] "Letters from the Earth"and interview with daughter Clara in Look Magazine, 1962
  • 14.13 [M.7] "Here Comes Mark Twain" – a review of Readers Digest movie, n.d.
  • 14.14 [M.8] American Heritage advertisement, n.d.

Series N. The Mentor Magazine

  • 14.15 [N.1] Mark Twain Number - articles by his biographer and close friends, May 1924

Series O. Mark Twain Society's Publications

  • 14.16 [O.1] Mark Twain Quarterly, 1937, 1942-1943 (2 issues)
  • 14.17 [O.2] The Twainian, 1949-1977 (52 issues and 3 portions - folder 1 of 2)
  • 14.18 [O.2] The Twainian, 1949-1977 (52 issues and 3 portions - folder 2 of 2)
  • 14.19 [O.2] The Twainian, n.d. (Ephemera)

Series P. Materials Related to Huckleberry Finn

Cut Proofs of Kemble Illustrations
  • 15.1 [P.B.1] p.283 Who do You Reckon It Is?
  • 15.2 [P.B.2] Franklin J. Meine, Some Notes on the First Edition of "Huck Finn,"
  • 15.3 [P.B.3] Frontispiece,
  • 15.4 [P.B.3] p.17 Chapter I. (The Widow's)
  • 15.4 [P.B.3] p.19 Miss Watson
  • 15.4 [P.B.3] p.21 Huck Stealing Away
  • 15.5 [P.B.3] p.22 Chapter II (The Tip-Toed Along)
  • 15.5 [P.B.3] p.24 Jim
  • 15.5 [P.B.3] p.25 Tom Sawyer's Band of Robbers
  • 15.6 [P.B.3] p.29 Chapter III (Miss Watson's Lecture)
  • 15.6 [P.B.3] p.31 The Robbers Dispersed
  • 15.7 [P.B.3] p.34 Chapter IV (!!!!!)
  • 15.7 [P.B.3] p.36 Judge Thatcher Surprised
  • 15.7 [P.B.3] p.37 Jim Listening
  • 15.8 [P.B.3] p.39 Chapter V ("Pap")
  • 15.8 [P.B.3] p.41 Huck and His Father
  • 15.9 [P.B.3] p.43 Reforming the Drunkard
  • 15.9 [P.B.3] p.44 Falling from Grace
  • 15.10 [P.B.3] p.45 Chapter VI (Getting Out of the Way)
  • 15.10 [P.B.3] p.48 Thinking It Over
  • 15.11 [P.B.3] p.53 Chapter VII ("Git Up")
  • 15.11 [P.B.3] p.54 The Shanty
  • 15.12 [P.B.3] p.56 Shooting the Pig
  • 15.12 [P.B.3] P.59 Taking a Rest
  • 15.12 [P.B.3] p.63 Watching the Boat
  • 15.12 [P.B.3] p.64 Discovering the Camp Fire
  • 15.13 [P.B.3] p.67 Jim and the Ghost
  • 15.13 [P.B.3] p.72 Misto Bradish's Nigger
  • 15.14 [P.B.3] p.74 Chapter IX (Exploring the Cave)
  • 15.15 [P.B.3] p.79 Chapter X (They Found Eight Dollars)
  • 15.15 [P.B.3] p.80 Jim and the Snake
  • 15.16 [P.B.3] p.81 Old Hank Bunker
  • 15.16 [P.B.3] P.82 "A Fair Fit"
  • 15.17 [P.B.3] p.84 Chapter XI ("Come In")
  • 15.17 [P.B.3] P.87 "Him and Another Man"
  • 15.18 [P.B.3] p.90 She Puts up a Snack
  • 15.18 [P.B.3] p.91 "Hump Yourself"
  • 15.19 [P.B.3] p.98 Chapter XII ("Please Don't, Bill")
  • 15.19 [P.B.3] p.100 "It Ain't Good Morals"
  • 15.20 [P.B.3] p.102 Chapter XIII (In a Fix)
  • 15.20 [P.B.3] p.109 Chapter XIV (Turning Over the Truck)
  • 15.21 [P.B.3] p.104 Chapter XIII ("Hello, What's Up?")
  • 15.21 [P.B.3] P.112 Chapter XIV (The Story of "Sollerman")
  • 15.22 [P.B.3] p.110 Solomon and His Million Wives
  • 15.22 [P.B.3] p.117 Chapter XV (Along the Snags)
  • 15.23 [P.B.3] p.118 Asleep on the Raft
  • 15.23 [P.B.3] P.126 Chapter XVI ("Boy, That's a Lie")
  • 15.24 [P.B.3] p.127 "Here I Is, Huck"
  • 15.24 [P.B.3] p.131 Climbing Up the Bank
  • 15.25 [P.B.3] p.132 Chapter XVII ("Who's There?")
  • 15.25 [P.B.3] p.134 "Buck"
  • 15.26 [P.B.3] p.138 "It Made Her Look Spidery"
  • 15.26 [P.B.3] P. 40 "They Got Him Out and Emptied Him"
  • 15.27 [P.B.3] p.142 The House
  • 15.27 [P.B.3] P.143 Chapter XVIII (Col. Grangerford)
  • 15.28 [P.B.3] p.149 "And Asked Me If I Liked Her"
  • 15.29 [P.B.3] p.153 "Behind the Wood-Pile"
  • 15.29 [P.B.3] p.108 Chapter XIII (We Turned In and Slept)
  • 15.30 [P.B.3] p.157 Chapter XIX (Hiding Day-Times)
  • 15.30 [P.B.3] p.115 Chapter XV ("We Would Sell the Raft")
  • 15.31 [P.B.3] p.160 Chapter XIX ("And Dogs A-Coming")
  • 15.31 [P.B.3] p.170 Chapter XX (The King As Juliet)
  • 15.32 [P.B.3] p.163 Chapter XIX ("By Rights I Am a Duke!")
  • 15.32 [P.B.3] p.165 "I Am the Late Dauphin"
  • 15.33 [P.B.3] p.166 "Tail Piece"
  • 15.34 [P.B.3] p.167 Chapter XX (On the Raft)
  • 15.34 [P.B.3] P.122 Chapter XVI ("It Amounted to Something Being A Raftsman")
  • 15.35 [P.B.3] p.174 Chapter XX ("A Pirate for Thirty Years")
  • 15.36 [P.B.3] p.177 Chapter XXI (Practicing)
  • 15.36 [P.B.3] p.196 Chapter XXIII (Tragedy)
  • 15.37 [P.B.3] p.182 Chapter XXI ("Gimme A Chaw")
  • 15.37 [P.B.3] p.226 Chapter XXVI (The Duke Looks Under the Bed)
  • 15.38 [P.B.3] p.185 Chapter XXI (A Little Monthly Drunk)
  • 15.38 [P.B.3] p.215 Chapter XXV (Making Up the "Deffisit")
  • 15.39 [P.B.3] p.187 Chapter XXI (The Death of Boggs)
  • 15.39 [P.B.3] P.235 Chapter XXVII ("Was You In My Room?)
  • 15.40 [P.B.3] p.189 Chapter XXII (Sherburn Steps Out)
  • 15.40 [P.B.3] P.211 Chapter XXV ("You Bet It Is")
  • 15.41 [P.B.3] p.191 Chapter XXII (A Dead Head)
  • 15.41 [P.B.3] P.200 Chapter XXIII ("Henry the Eighth in Boston Harbor")
  • 15.41 [P.B.3] p.216 Chapter XXV (Going for Him)
  • 15.41 [P.B.3] p.237 Chapter XXVII (Jawing)
  • 15.42 [P.B.3] p.193 Chapter XXII (He Shed Seventeen Suits)
  • 15.42 [P.B.3] p.218 (The Doctor)
  • 15.43 [P.B.3] p.203 Chapter XXIV (Harmless)
  • 15.43 [P.B.3] P.220 Chapter XXVI (The Cubby)
  • 15.44 [P.B.3] p.205 Chapter XXIV (Adolphus)
  • 15.44 [P.B.3] p.101 Chapter XII ("Oh! Lordy Lordy!")
  • 15.45 [P.B.3] p.207 Chapter XXIV (He Fairly Empties That Young Fellow)
  • 15.45 [P.B.3] p.248 Chapter XXVIII (The Auction)
  • 15.46 [P.B.3] p.209 Chapter XXIV (Alas, Our Poor Brother)
  • 15.46 [P.B.3] p.212 Chapter XXV (Leaking)
  • 15.46 [P.B.3] p.233 Chapter XXVII (He Had a Rat!)
  • 15.47 [P.B.3] p.219 Chapter XXV (The Bag of Money)
  • 15.47 [P.B.3] P.224 Chapter XXVI ("Honest Injun")
  • 15.47 [P.B.3] p.299 Huck Takes the Money
  • 15.48 [P.B.3] p.230 Chapter XXVII (A Crack in the Dining-Room Door)
  • 15.48 [P.B.3] P.239 Chapter XXVIII (In Trouble)
  • 15.49 [P.B.3] p.221 Chapter XXVI (Supper With the Hare-Lip)
  • 15.49 [P.B.3] P.232 Chapter XXVII (The Undertaker)
  • 15.50 [P.B.3] p.198 Chapter XXIII (Their Pockets Bulged)
  • 15.50 [P.B.3] P.241 Chapter XXVIII (Indignation)
  • 15.50 [P.B.3] P.242 How to Find Them
  • 15.50 [P.B.3] p.244 He Wrote
  • 15.51 [P.B.3] P.355 Chapter XLII (Tom Sawyer Wounded)
  • 15.51 [P.B.3] p.355 Chapter XLII (Tom Sawyer Wounded)
  • 15.52 [P.B.3] p.252 Chapter XXIX (The Doctor Leads Huck)
  • 15.52 [P.B.3] p.269 Chapter XXXI ("Who Nailed Him?")
  • 15.53 [P.B.3] p.255 Chapter XIX (The Duke Wrote)
  • 15.53 [P.B.3] p.331 Chapter XXXVIII (Irrigation)
  • 15.53 [P.B.3] p.257 Chapter XXIX ("Gentlemen-Gentlemen!")
  • 15.53 [P.B.3] p.335 Chapter XXXIX (Sawdust Diet)
  • 15.54 [P.B.3] p.263 Chapter XXX (The Duke Went for Him)
  • 15.54 [P.B.3] p.314 Chapter XXVI (Tom Advises A Witch Pie)
  • 15.55 [P.B.3] p.266 Chapter XXI (Spanish Moss)
  • 15.55 [P.B.3] p.277 Chapter XXXII (Still and Sunday Like)
  • 15.56 [P.B.3] p.271 Chapter XXXI (Thinking)
  • 15.56 [P.B.3] P.275 Striking For the Back Country
  • 15.57 [P.B.3] p.271 He Gave Him Ten Cents
  • 15.57 [P.B.3] p.307 Chapter XXV (Smouching the Knives)
  • 15.58 [P.B.3] p.279 Chapter XXXII (She Hugged Him Tight)
  • 15.58 [P.B.3] p.284 Chapter XXXIIII ("It Was Tom Sawyer")
  • 15.59 [P.B.3] p.287 Chapter XXXIII ("Mr.Archibald Nichols, I Presume?")
  • 15.59 [P.B.3] p.291 Traveling by Rail
  • 15.59 [P.B.3] p.299 Chapter XXXIV (Witches)
  • 15.60 [P.B.3] p.296 A Simple Job
  • 15.60 [P.B.3] p.327 Chapter XXXVIII (A Tough Job)
  • 15.61 [P.B.3] p.300 Chapter XXV (Getting Wood)
  • 15.61 [P.B.3] p.293 Chapter XXXIV (Vittles),
  • 15.62 [P.B.3] p.309 Chapter XXVI (Going Down the Lightning-Rod)
  • 15.62 [P.B.3] p.364 Chapter the Last (Out of Bondage)
  • 15.63 [P.B.3] p.311 Chapter XXXVI (Stealing Spoons)
  • 15.63 [P.B.3] P.329 Chapter XXXVIII (Buttons on Their Tails)
  • 15.64 [P.B.3] p.316 Chapter XXXVII (The Rubbage-Pile)
  • 15.64 [P.B.3] p.347 Chapter XLI (The Doctor)
  • 15.65 [P.B.3] p.318 Chapter XXXVII ("Missus, Dey's A Sheet Gone")
  • 15.65 [P.B.3] P.260 Chapter XXIX ("Jim Let Out")
  • 15.66 [P.B.3] p.321 Chapter XXXVII (In A Tearing Way)
  • 15.66 [P.B.3] p.290 Chapter XXXIII (A Pretty Long Blessing)
  • 15.67 [P.B.3] p.322 Chapter XXXVII (One of His Ancestors)
  • 15.67 [P.B.3] p.337 Chapter XXXIX (Trouble Is Brewing)
  • 15.68 [P.B.3] p.261 Chapter XXX (The King Shakes Buck)
  • 15.68 [P.B.3] P.333 Chapter XXXIX (Keeping Off Dull Times)
  • 15.69 [P.B.3] p.324 Chapter XXXVIII (Jim' Coat of Arms)
  • 15.69 [P.B.3] p.339 Chapter XL (Fishing)
  • 15.70 [P.B.3] p.305 Chapter XXV (The Breakfast-Horn)
  • 15.70 [P.B.3] p.341 Chapter XL (Everyone Had a Gun)
  • 15.71 [P.B.3] p.343 Tom Caught on a Splinter
  • 15.71 [P.B.3] p.345 Jim Advises a Doctor
  • 15.72 [P.B.3] p.348 Chapter XLI (Uncle Silas In Danger)
  • 15.72 [P.B.3] p.357 Chapter XLII (The Doctor Speaks for Jim)
  • 15.73 [P.B.3] p.350 Chapter XLI (Old Mrs. Hotchkiss)
  • 15.73 [P.B.3] p.353 Aunt Sally Talks to Buck
  • 15.73 [P.B.3] p.361 Chapter XVII (Tom Rose Square Up in Bed)
  • 15.73 [P.B.3] P.365 Chapter the Last (Tom's Liberality)
Original Ink Drawings By Kemble
  • 16.1 [P.C.1] Original design for cover of first edition, 1885
  • 16.2 [P.C.2] p.18 "After supper she got out…"
  • 16.3 [P.C.3] p.22 Chapter II - We Tip-Toed Along
  • 16.4 [P.C.4] p.33 Chapter III - Got Got an Old Tin Lamp
  • 16.5 [P.C.5] p.33 Chapter IV - !!!!! (boy being whipped)
  • 16.6 [P.C.6] p.36 Judge Thatcher Surprised
  • 16.7 [P.C.7] p.43 Reforming the Drunkard
  • 16.8 [P.C.8] p.44 Chapter V - Nearly Froze to Death
  • 16.9 [P.C.9] p.45 Chapter VI - I Outrun Him Most of the Time
  • 16.10 [P.C.10] p.51 He Hopped Around the Cabin
  • 16.11 [P.C.11] p.67 Chapter VIII - Then He Dropped on His Knees
  • 16.12 [P.C.12] p.67 Chapter IX - "Misto Braddish's Nigger"
  • 16.13 [P.C.13] p.74 Chapter IX - Exploring the Cave
  • 16.14 [P.C.14] p.80 "Jim Grabbed Pap's Whiskey"
  • 16.15 [P.C.15] p.81 Old Hank Bunker
  • 16.16 [P.C.16] p.82 Jim Hitched It Behind with Hooks
  • 16.17 [P.C.17] p.84 Chapter XI - "Come In"
  • 16.18 [P.C.18] p.87 "Him and Another Man"
  • 16.19 [P.C.19] p.90 She Put Me Up a Snack
  • 16.20 [P.C.20] p.91 Git Up and Hump Yourself
  • 16.21 [P.C.21] p.98 Then I see a Man Stretched on the Floor
  • 16.22 [P.C.22] p.100 Then They Stood There and Talked
  • 16.23 [P.C.23] p.104 Hello, What's Up
  • 16.24 [P.C.24] p.108 Chapter XIII - "We Turned In and Slept Like Dead People"
  • 16.25 [P.C.25] p.112 Chapter XIV - Story of Solomon
  • 16.26 [P.C.26] p.117 Chapter XV - Amongst a Lot of Snags
  • 16.27 [P.C.27] p.118 Asleep With One Arm Across the Oar
  • 16.28 [P.C.28] p.126 Chapter XVI - "He's White"
  • 16.29 [P.C.29] p.127 Here I Is, Huck, 21 June 1884
  • 16.30 [P.C.30] p.131 Chapter XVI - I climbed Up the Bank
  • 16.31 [P.C.31] p.134 XVII - Buck,
  • 16.32 [P.C.32] p.138 It Made Her Look Too Spidery Seemed to Me
  • 16.33 [P.C.33] p.143 Chapter XVIII - Col. Granger
  • 16.34 [P.C.34] p.153 A Couple of Young Chaps Behind a Woodpile
  • 16.35 [P.C.35] p.157 "And Maybe See a Steamboat"
  • 16.36 [P.C.36] p.165 I am the Late Dauphin
  • 16.37 [P.C.37] p.166 Tail Piece
  • 16.38 [P.C.38] p.170 The King as Juliet (Chapter XX)
Photocopies, photos and negatives of the Kemble Drawings
  • Box 36 Photocopies, photos and negatives of the Kemble Drawings
Correspondence
  • 16.39 [P.D.1] SLC to CLW, 31 Mar 1884
  • 16.40 [P.D.2] SLC to CLW, 6 Apr 1884
  • 16.41 [P.D.3] SLC to CLW, 24 May 1884
  • 16.42 [P.D.4] SLC to CLW, 11 June 1884
  • 16.43 [P.D.5] SLC to CLW, 25 June 1884
  • 16.44 [P.D.6] SLC to CLW, Providence, 1884
  • 16.45 [P.D.7] Edward W. Kemble to CLW, 311 E. 150 St., NYC, 25 Apr 1884
  • 16.46 [P.D.8] EWK to CLW, 16 May 1884
  • 16.47 [P.D.9] EWK to CLW, 2 June 1884
  • 16.48 [P.D.10] EWK to CLW, 2 June 1884
  • 16.49 [P.D.11] EWK to CLW, 25 June 1884
  • 16.50 [P.D.12] EWK to CLW, 9 July 1884
  • 16.51 [P.D.13] Letter from Isabel V. Lyon and her secretarial note dated 1905, 5 Apr 1939

Series Q. Papers of Isabel Van Kleek Lyon, Secretary to Samuel L. Clemens

  • 17.1 [Q.'03] Diary pages, 1903 (12 items)
  • 17.2 [Q.'04.1] Diary pages, 1904 (8 items)
  • 17.3 [Q.'04.2] Copy of Journal, 1904 (typescript)
  • 17.4 [Q.'04.3] Clippings, 1904
  • 17.5 [Q.'05.1] Diary pages, Jan-July 1905
  • 17.6 [Q.'05.2] Diary pages, Aug - Sep 1905
  • 17.7 [Q.'05.3] Diary Pages and articles, Oct - Dec 1905
  • 17.8 [Q.'05.4] Copy of Journal, 1905 (typescript)
  • 17.9 [Q.'05.5] Clippings, 1905
  • 18.1 [Q.'06] Copy of Journal, 1906 (typescript)
  • 18.2 [Q.'06.A] Clippings, 16 Feb 1906
  • 18.3 [Q.'06.1-2] Letter and note, 7 Feb 1906
  • 18.4 [Q.'06.3-4] Clipping and diary page, Feb 1906
  • 18.5 [Q.'06.5-6 ] Notes, 23 Mar 1906
  • 18.6 [Q.'06.7] Draft of letter, Mar 1906
  • 18.7 [Q.'06.8] Draft of letter, 31 Mar 1906
  • 18.8 [Q.'06.9-11] Notes, 2 Apr 1906
  • 18.9 [Q.'06.11.5] Copy of letter to Clara Clemens, 8 Apr 1906
  • 18.10 [Q.'06.12] Letter from W.D. Howells, 8 May 1906
  • 18.11 [Q.'06.13-15] Notes, 28 May 1906, 29 June 1906
  • 18.12 [Q.'06.16-17] Notes, 19 and 28 June 1906
  • 18.13 [Q.'06.18-19] Notes, 5-6 July 1906
  • 18.14 [Q.'06.20] Draft of letter, 1906
  • 18.15 [Q.'06.21] Copy of letter to SLC from Benjamin E. Smith, Editor of The Century, 30 July 1906
  • 18.16 [Q.'06.22] Copy of letter to Mr. Turtchill from SLC, 5 Aug 1906
  • 18.17 [Q.'06.23] Letter from SLC to Mr. Pulitzer, 2 Sep 1906
  • 18.18 [Q.'06.24] Copy of letter to Mr. Rogers, 20 Oct 1906
  • 18.19 [Q.'06.25] Campaign anthem, 1906
  • 18.20 [Q.'06.26] SCL letter to Washington, DC, 10 Dec 1906
  • 18.21 [Q.'06.27] Notes, 1906
  • 18.22 [Q.'06.28] Car advertisement, 1906
  • 18.23 [Q.'07] Copy of Journal, 1907 (typescript)
  • 18.24 [Q.'07.1 ] Note, 1907
  • 18.25 [Q.'07.2] Note, 1907
  • 18.26 [Q.'07.3 4] Notes, 1907
  • 18.27 [Q.'07.5] Choate letter, 1907
  • 18.28 [Q.'07.6] Letter, Farmington, CT, Jan 1907
  • 18.29 [Q.'07.7] Notes, 17 Jan 1907
  • 18.30 [Q.'07.8] Notes, Jan. 25 1907
  • 18.31 [Q.'07.9] Note, 22 Feb 1907
  • 18.32 [Q.'07.10] Secretary copy of letter to Jean, 25 Feb 1907
  • 18.33 [Q.'07.11-12] Notes, 3 Mar 1907
  • 18.34 [Q.'07.13] Notes, 7 Mar 1907
  • 18.35 [Q.'07.14] Notes, 22 Mar 1907
  • 18.36 [Q.'07.15-16] Telegram Miss Lyon from SLC. Norfolk, VA and Letter to SLC from Elizabeth E. Hayden, 20 and 22 Apr 1907
  • 18.37 [Q.'07.17] Notes, 10 May 1907
  • 18.38 [Q.'07.18] Telegram to Miss Lyon from SLC, 22 May 1907
  • 18.39 [Q.'07.19] Clippings, 1907
  • 18.40 [Q.'07.20- 21] Notes, Summer and 10 June 1907
  • 18.41 [Q.'07.22] Letter from the Milk Albumen Syndicate, 59 Pearl St., NY, 14 Aug 1907
  • 18.42 [Q.'07.23] Letter to Miss Lyon from H.W. Dearborn of The Robert Fulton Monument Association, 18 Sep 1907
  • 18.43 [Q.'07.24] Telegram to Miss Lyon from Ashcroft, 19 Sep 1907
  • 18.44 [Q.'07.25] Notes, 19 Sep 1907
  • 18.45 [Q.'07.26] Letter to Miss Lyon. Georgetown, Conn. 30 Sep 1907
  • 18.46 [Q.'07.27] Letter to Miss Lyon from Houghton Mifflin Company, 7 Oct 1907
  • 18.47 [Q.'07.28] Notes scribbled on envelope, Oct 1907
  • 18.48 [Q.'07.29] Notes, 14 Oct 1907
  • 18.49 [Q.'07.30] Business card for Mississippi and Ohio River Pilots' Society, 1 Nov 1907
  • 18.50 [Q.'07.31] Notes, 7 Nov 1907
  • 18.51 [Q.'07.32] Notes, 7 Nov 1907
  • 18.52 [Q.'07.33] Notes, 1907
  • 18.53 [Q.'07.34] Notes, 1907
  • 18.54 [Q.'07.35] Notes, 1907
  • 18.55 [Q.'07.36] Notes, 1907
  • 18.56 [Q.'07.37] Notes, 1907
  • 18.57 [Q.'07.38] Notes, 1907
  • 18.58 [Q.'07.39] Notes, 1907
  • 18.59 [Q.'07.40] Notes, 1907
  • 19.1 [Q.'08] Copy of Journal, 1908 (typescript)
  • 19.2 [Q.'08.1] Notes, 6 Jan 1908
  • 19.3 [Q.'08.2] Clipping: "The Character of the Warrior..." from The World, 27 June 1908
  • 19.4 [Q.'08.3] Letter to Nana from Will, 27 July 1908
  • 19.5 [Q.'08.4] Notes, 10 Aug 1908
  • 19.6 [Q.'08.5] Secretary's copy of letter to Jean from SLC, 12 Oct 1908
  • 19.7 [Q.'08.6] Notes, 15 Oct 1908
  • 19.8 [Q.'08.7] Note, 14 Jan 1908
  • 19.9 [Q.'08.8] Secretary's copy of letter to Jean from SLC, 23 Oct 1908
  • 19.10 [Q.'08.9] Copy of letter. Redding, CT, 6 July 1908
  • 19.11 [Q.'08.10] Note, 1908
  • 19.12 [Q.'08.11] Notes, 21 and 28 Oct 1908
  • 19.13 [Q.'08.12] Copy of letter to Jean from SLC, 4 Nov 1908
  • 19.14 [Q.'08.13] Copy of letter to Jean from SLC, Nov. 30 , 1908
  • 19.15 [Q.'08.14] Notes, 1908
  • 19.16 [Q.'08.15] Notes, 10 Nov 1908
  • 19.17 [Q.'08.16] Business Tags for The Holmes, Keeler and Selleck Co. 1908
  • 19.18 [Q.'08.17] Photos, 1908
  • 19.19 [Q.'08.18] Notes, 1908
  • 19.20 [Q.'08.19] Notes, 1908
  • 19.21 [Q.'08.20] Clippings, 1908
  • 19.22 [Q.'08.21] Letter to Nana, 1908
  • 19.23 [Q.'08.22] Notes, 1908
  • 19.24 [Q.'08.23] Notes, 1908
  • 19.25 [Q.'09.1] Notes, 1 Jan 1909
  • 19.26 [Q.'09.2] Notes, 1909
  • 19.27 [Q.'09.3] Note, 1909
  • 19.28 [Q.'09.4] Draft of letter to Honorable Japanese schoolboy, 8 Nov1909
  • 19.29 [Q.'09.5] Poem "When the King Reads Kipling," 1909
  • 19.30 [Q.'09.6] Note, 7 Feb1909
  • 19.31 [Q.'09.7] Note to Miss Lyon from Paine, 9 Feb 1909
  • 19.32 [Q.'09.8] Letter for Miss Lyon, 1909
  • 19.33 [Q.'09.9] Letter to Miss Lyon from Harper and Brothers, 27 Mar 1909
  • 19.34 [Q.'09.10] Photos and notes, 1909
  • 19.35 [Q.'09.11] Letter to SLC from H. Levey, 18 Mar 1909
  • 19.36 [Q.'09.12] Notes, 1909
  • 19.37 [Q.'09.13] Clipping, 1909
  • 19.38 [Q.'09.14] Clippings, 1909
  • 19.39 [Q.'09.15] Notes, 1909
  • 20.1 [Q.'33.1] Recollections written for Wm. T.H. Howe, American Book Co. , 1933 (Items 1-4)
  • 20.2 [Q.'33.2] Recollections written for Wm. T.H. Howe, American Book Co., 1933 (Items 5-7)
  • 20.3 [Q.'33.3] Recollections written for Wm. T.H. Howe, American Book Co., 1933 (Items 8-12)
  • 20.4 [Q.'33.4] Recollections written for Wm. T.H. Howe, American Book Co., 1933 (Items 13-21)
  • 20.5 [Q.'33.5] Recollections written for Wm. T.H. Howe, American Book Co., 1933 (Items 21-22)
  • 20.6 [Q.'34 ] Items written for Mr. Howe re: Tom Sawyer, 1934 (2 items)
  • 20.7 [Q.'35] Items written for Mr. Howe, including recollections re: Huck Finn and Prince and Pauper 1935 (11 items)
  • 20.8 [Q.'36.1] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 1-5)
  • 20.9 [Q.'36.2] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 6-9)
  • 20.10 [Q.'36.3] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 10-15)
  • 20.11 [Q.'36.4] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 16-25)
  • 20.12 [Q.'36.5] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 26-35)
  • 20.13 [Q.'36.6] Notes principally for Mr. Howe, 1936 (Items 36-40)
  • 20.14 [Q.'37.1] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1937 (Items 1-7)
  • 20.15 [Q.'37.2] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1937 (Items 8-14)
  • 21.1 [Q.'38.1] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 1)
  • 21.2 [Q.'38.2] Notes for Mr. Howe 1938 (Item 2)
  • 21.3 [Q.'38.3] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 3)
  • 21.4 [Q.'38.4] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 4)
  • 21.5 [Q.'38.5] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 5)
  • 21.6 [Q.'38.6] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 6)
  • 21.7 [Q.'38.7] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 7)
  • 21.8 [Q.'38.8] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 8)
  • 21.9 [Q.'38.9] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 9)
  • 21.10 [Q.'38.10] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 10)
  • 21.11 [Q.'38.11] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 11)
  • 21.12 [Q.'38.12] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 12)
  • 21.13 [Q.'38.13] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 13)
  • 21.14 [Q.'38.14] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 14)
  • 21.15 [Q.'38.15] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 15)
  • 21.16 [Q.'38.16] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 16)
  • 21.17 [Q.'38.17] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 17)
  • 21.18 [Q.'38.18] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 18)
  • 21.19 [Q.'38.19] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 19)
  • 21.20 [Q.'38.20] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 20)
  • 21.21 [Q.'38.21] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 21)
  • 21.22 [Q.'38.22] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 22)
  • 21.23 [Q.'38.23] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 23)
  • 21.24 [Q.'38.24] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 24)
  • 21.25 [Q.'38.25] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 25)
  • 21.26 [Q.'38.26] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 26)
  • 21.27 [Q.'38.27] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 27)
  • 21.28 [Q.'38.28] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 28)
  • 21.29 [Q.'38.29] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 29)
  • 21.30 [Q.'38.30] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 30)
  • 21.31 [Q.'38.31] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 31)
  • 21.32 [Q.'38.32] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 32)
  • 21.33 [Q.'38.33] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1938 (Item 33)
  • 21.34 [Q.'39.34] Notes for Mr. Howe, 1939 (10 items )
  • 21.35 [Q.'50.35] SCW conversation with IVL, 5 Jan 1939
  • 21.36 [Q.'53.36] Notes on SCW conversation, 1953 (7 pieces)
  • 22.1 [Q.nd] SLC "Forms" notebook, n.d.
  • 22.2 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.3 [Q.nd] Clippings, n.d.
  • 22.4 [Q.nd] Clippings, n.d.
  • 22.5 [Q.nd] Article, n.d.
  • 22.6 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.7 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.8 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.9 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.10 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.11 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.12 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.13 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.14 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.15 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.16 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.17 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.18 [Q.nd] Copy of letter to Father Fritz Simon from SLC, n.d.
  • 22.19 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.20 [Q.nd] Telegram to Miss Lyon from SLC, n.d.
  • 22.21 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.22 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.23 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.24 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.25 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.26 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.27 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.28 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.29 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.30 [Q.nd] Copy of letter to Joe Goodman, n.d.
  • 22.31 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.32 [Q.nd] Letter to Miller and Bingham, n.d.
  • 22.33 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.34 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.35 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.36 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.37 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.38 [Q.nd] Copy of letter to Mr. Harper, n.d.
  • 22.39 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.40 [Q.nd] Copy of letter to Mr. Rogers, n.d.
  • 22.41 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.42 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.43 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.44 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.45 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.46 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.47 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.48 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.49 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.50 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.51 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.52 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.53 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.54 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.55 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.56 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.57 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.58 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.59 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.
  • 22.60 [Q.nd] Notes, n.d.

Series R. John Marshall Clemens Correspondence

  • 23.1 [R.1] Letter to JMC from sister Caroline Settle and cousin Eliza J. Settle. Filed with lock of hair of Pamela Goggin Clemens Hancock. Adair County, Kentucky, 17 June 1844
  • 23.2 [R.2] Letter to "Messrs. Coleman and Johnson, Vicksburg, Gentlemen…" Hannibal, Missouri, 2 Nov 1844
  • 23.3 [R.3] Letter from JMC to Pamela Clemens, Hannibal, 5 May 1845
  • 23.4 [R.4] Letter from JM Clemens to Orion Clemens, Hannibal, 24 Aug 1845
  • 23.5 [R.5] Letter to Messrs, Buffum and Co., 112 Broadway, New York, Re: Tennessee lands, 10 Sep 1846
  • 23.6 [R.6] Clipping from Richmond Times Dispatch, "Mark Twain's Family Rooted in Virginia," 30 Nov 1941
  • 23.7 [R.7] Photograph of log house near Body Camp, Bedford County, Virginia, where Pamela Goggin was born, n.d.
  • 23.8 [R.8] Clipping from Roanoke World-News about the Historic Building Burns where Pamela Goggin was born, 21 Apr 1949
  • 23.9 [R.9] Rough notes re: Stephen Goggin,
  • 23.10 [R.10] Letter from Mrs. R.E. Goggins, Sr., Roanoke, VA, to Mrs. SCW. 28 Oct 1950
  • 23.11 [R.11] Clipping from Pa. Gazette, which gives an inaccurate account of SLC's ancestry, 26 Nov 1905
  • 23.12 [R.12] Mark Twain's Quaker Ancestry, by AMW, n.d.

Series S. Jane Lampton Clemens Correspondence

  • 23.13 [S.1] Letter to Orion Clemens from mother and sister, Hannibal, 29-30 Jan 1850
  • 23.14 [S.2] Letter addressed "To all in the Territory…" 12 Oct ????
  • 23.15 [S.3] "To my dear children…" St. Louis, 28 Sep 1862 or 1864?
  • 23.16 [S.4] Letter to Jane from cousin Mrs. Clemma Bradley, McKinney, TX, 26 Apr 1885
  • 23.17 [S.5] Letters of Administration issued to Pamela A. Moffett, Chatauqua County, NY, 12 Dec 1894
  • 23.18 [S.6] AMW's note on Jane Clemens' jewelry from her brother, 20 June 1916
  • 23.19 [S.7] Letters to Mrs. Ralph Connor concerning the publication of Rachel Varble's story of Jane Clemens, Doubleday and Co., New York, 24 Apr 1964, 7 May 1964
  • 23.20 [S.8] Sketch of Jane Lampton Clemens' spectacles, n.d.
  • 23.21 [S.9] Clipping, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, n.d.
  • 23.22 [S.10] Clipping, The Bookman, July 1925
  • 23.23 [S.11] Dust cover from Jane Clemens: The Story of Mark Twain's Mother, by Rachel M. Varble, Doubleday, 1964
  • 23.24 [S.12] Rachel Varble letters re: Jane Clemens, n.d. (14 items)

Series T. Orion Clemens Correspondence

  • 23.25 [T.1] Letter from Arnold Buffum re: Tennessee lands, n.d.
  • 23.26 [T.2] Cracker Diet, n.d.
  • 23.27 [T.3 ] "Dear Mother and Sister…" The Ben Franklin Book and Job Office, O. Clemens, Proprietor, Keokuk, IA, 10 June 1856
  • 23.28 [T.4] Letter to Miss Ward, Keokuk, IA, 3 Oct 1858
  • 23.29 [T.5] Letter to Mr. Pleasant Taylor…" Hannibal, 11 Mar 1848
  • 23.30 [T.6 ] Law Office of Chas. H.S. Williams and Lorenzo Lawyer, Virginia City, 1 Mar 1862
  • 23.31 [T.7] This memorandum of an agreement between the Globe Paper Co. and Orion Clemens, n.d.
  • 23.32 [T.8] Note re: Orion's cracker diet, n.d.
  • 23.33 [T.9] Letter to Sam, Aurora, 8 Dec 1861
  • 23.34 [T.10] "Dear Mother and Sister…" Jamestown, Fentress County, TN, 21 Nov 1867
  • 23.35 [T.11] Letter from H.G. Phillips, Aurora, 22 Dec 1861
  • 23.36 [T.12] Letter to Mrs. S.E. Moffett, Keokuk, IA, 11 June 1893

Series U. Henry Clemens Correspondence

  • 23.37 [U.1 ] Letter to SLC, Keokuk, IA, 23 Jan 1857

Series V. Pamela Clemens Moffet Correspondence

  • 24.1 [V.1] Pamela A. Clemens letter to Orion, 6 Apr 1850
  • 24.2 [V.2] Letter to Orion, St. Louis, 25 May 1867
  • 24.3 [V.3] Fragment of letter to Orion Clemens, signed "Your Brother, Sam Clemens," [18 Mar 1861]
  • 24.4 [V.4] Pamela A. Moffett to Charles L. Webster, Quit Claim Deed, 17 Oct 1881
  • 24.5 [V.5] Stock Certificate, National Single Taxer Publishing Co. 2 June 1898
  • 24.6 [V.6] Letter from S.L. Clemens, Lee, MA, 20 July 1904
  • 24.7 [V.7] Letters Testmentary issued to Annie M. Webster and Samuel E. Moffett, Chatauqua County, NY, 30 Sep 1904
  • 24.8 [V.8] Last Will and Testament of Pamela A. Moffett, 1 Aug 1904
  • 24.9 [V.8a] Copy of Decree of Distribution of the Estate of Pamela Moffett, California, 15 Nov 1909
  • 24.10 [V.9] Samuel C. Webster's comments on Pamela A. Moffett, his grandmother, 1946
  • 24.11 [V.10] Note re: P.A. Moffett letters in Mark Twain Collection at Berkeley, n.d.

Series W. William Anderson Moffett Correspondence

  • 24.12 [W.1] William Smith, Governor of Virginia, 12 Dec 1848
  • 24.13 [W.2] Walnut, Valley of Virginia, Letter from Samuel E. Moffett, 30 Nov 1852
  • 24.14 [W.3] WAM to his father, Samuel E. Moffett. St. Louis, 8 Aug 1861
  • 24.15 [W.4] Letter to Annie Moffett, Richmond, Louisiana to WAM, St. Louis, 22 June 1863
  • 24.16 [W.5] Letter to WAM from S.H. Wenck, Parkersburg, WV, 4 Apr 1865
  • 24.17 [W.6] William Anderson Moffett obituaries, deceased 4 Aug 1865, St. Louis
  • 24.18 [W.7] Clipping, Staunton News-Leader, 18 Dec 1949
  • 24.19[W.8] Clipping, Cincinnati Enquirer, 7 Jan 1962
  • 24.20 [W.9] Annie Moffett Webster's Notes on Moffett Genealogy, n.d.
  • 24.21 [W.10] Virginia House of Delegates, Richmond pamphlet, n.d.
  • 24.22 [W.11] Rachel Varble's notes on Moffett genealogy, n.d.
  • 24.23 [W.12] Ethelyn McKinney note on spelling Moffett, n.d.

Series X. Moffett-Bryan-Boone Lineage

  • 24.24 [X.1] Clipping, Epic Poem Lauding Boone Discovered in St. Louis University Library, n.d.
  • 24.25 [X.2] Marriage certificate of Squire Boone and Sarah Morgan, n.d. (copy)
  • 24.26 [X.3] Clipping: "Daniel Boone's Home Tells Settler's Story," NY Times, 21 July 1968
  • 24.27 [X.4] Clipping: "Sons of Kentucky Going Back Home," Terre Haute Tribune, 20 May 1925
  • 24.28 [X.5] Letter from Annie Moffett Webster to Ethelyn McKinney, 26 June 1917 (copy)
  • 24.29 [X.6] Moffett-Bryan-Boone Family Tree, n.d.

Series Y. Erasmus M. Moffett Correspondence

  • 24.30 [Y.1] Florida, Monroe County, MO, Letter from EMM to Miss B.A. Moffett, New Market, Shenandoah County, VA, 13 Feb 1840
  • 24.31 [Y.2] Bank of the State of Missouri, St. Louis, Letter from Erasmus Moffett to his father, Samuel E. Moffett, 25 Aug 1865
  • 24.32 [Y.3] Palmyra, MO, Letter from EMM to his father, Samuel E. Moffett, 18 Sep 1865.

Series Z. Samuel E. Moffett Correspondence

  • 24.33 [Z.1] Teenage business card for Lines and Moffett, Editors of The Fredonia Student, n.d.
  • 24.34 [Z.2] San Jose, CA, Letters to Mrs. ME Moffett from her mother and father, Smith's Creek Hotel, Smith Creek, CO, 15 Apr 1887
  • 24.35 [Z.3] "My Darling Wife…" The Examiner , San Francisco, 14 June 1893
  • 24.36 [Z.4] "My Darling Wife…" Park Avenue Hotel, NYC, 11 Aug 1894
  • 24.37 [Z.5] "My Darling Wife…" Park Avenue, NYC, 13 Aug 1894
  • 24.38 [Z.6] "My Darling Wife…" Park Avenue Hotel, Park Avenue, NYC, 14 Aug 1984
  • 24.39 [Z.7] "My Darling Wife…" The Examiner , Eastern Office, World Bldg., NYC, 15 Aug 1894
  • 24.40 [Z.8] "My Darling Wife…" Fredonia, NY, 21 Aug 1894
  • 24.41 [Z.9] "My Darling Wife…" Fredonia, NY, 22 Aug 1894
  • 24.42 [Z.10] Letter to Ben E. Raliff in Southwell, England, Examiner Editorial Rooms, San Francisco, 4 Mar 1896
  • 24.43 [Z.11] Fredonia, NY, Letter to Mrs. S.E. Moffett, 11 S. Maple Ave., East Orange, NJ, 27 Aug 1897
  • 24.44 [Z.12] "My Darling Wife…" The Raleigh, Washington, DC, 20 Feb 1902
  • 24.45 [Z.13] "My Darling Wife…" The Raleigh, Washington, DC, 21 Feb 1902
  • 24.46 [Z.14] "My Darling Wife…" Fredonia, 22 Feb 1902
  • 24.47 [Z.15] Letter to Annie M. Webster. Colliers Weekly Editorial Department, 416 W. 13th St., NYC, 15 May 1905
  • 24.48 [Z.16] Article by Samuel E. Moffett: "Mark Twain, Doctor of Letters," American Review of Reviews, n.d.
  • 24.49 [Z.17] Photograph, University of California, Berkeley, n.d.

Series AA. Annie Moffett Webster Correspondence

  • 24.50 [AA.1] Letter to AMW, Darwin R. Barker Library, Fredonia, NY, 1904
  • 24.51 [AA.2] Letter from Mrs. Julia Grant, 3 E. 66th St., NY, 10 Apr 1888
  • 24.52 [AA.3] Letter from Mrs. U.S. Grant. 3 E. 66 St., NY, 1 Mar 1890
  • 24.53 [AA.4] Letter to AMW written on death of CLW, Farmington Ave., Hartford, CT, 26 Apr 1891 [Original with Mark Twain 1891 letters]
  • 24.54 [AA.5] Guarantee from George M. Newton and William Bookslaver to AMW, Dunkirk, NY, 13 May 1891
  • 24.55 [AA.6] Sales contract, Annie M. Webster to Etta E. Hooker for sale of Central Ave. house, Fredonia, NY, 2 Aug 1904
  • 24.56 [AA.7] Letter to AMW, Bank of Central California, Fresno, CA, 5 Oct 1908
  • 24.57 [AA.8] Telegram for AMW from SLC, Redding, CT, n.d. [Original with Mark Twain 1909 letters (B.629)]
  • 24.58 [AA.9] Letter from Albert Bigelow Paine, Brook Place, Redding, CT, 28 Oct 1912
  • 24.59 [AA.10] Announcement of marriage of Louise Kirby Paine to Mr. John Conklin Benjamin, 4 June 1917
  • 24.60 [AA.11] Letter from AMW to Ethelyn, 700 West End Ave., NYC. 26 June 1917
  • 24.61 [AA.12] Card from AMW to Ethelyn, 700 West End Ave. 30 Aug 1917
  • 24.62 [AA.13] Postal to Ethelyn McKinney, 17 July 1917
  • 24.63 [AA.14] Letter from R. Rathbun, Smithsonian Institution, 8 Nov 1916
  • 24.64 [AA.15] Letter from W. deC. Ravenel, Smithsonian Institution, 29 Jan 1918
  • 24.65 [AA.16] Receipt for letter of J.K. Wallace, Smithsonian Institution, 15 Feb 1918
  • 24.66 [AA.17] Copy of letter from Gen. S.B. Buckner to U.S. Grant. Headquarters, Fort Donelson, 16 Feb 1862
  • 24.67 [AA.18] Copy of letter from Sen. S.B. Buckner to Maj. Cosby. Headquarters, Fort Donelson, 16 Feb 1862
  • 24.68 [AA.19] Letter from Gen. Buckner to Brig. Gen. U.S. Grant. Headquarters, Dover, Tennessee, 16 Feb 1862
  • 24.69 [AA.20] Receipt for $200 payment…signed by J.K. Wallace. New York, 27 July 1885
  • 25.1 [AA.21] Letter from M.V. Sheridan Military Secretary. Headquarters, Army of the US, 9 June 1885
  • 25.2 [AA.22] NY Times clipping: "After 97 years a working copy of the surrender agreement between Gen. U.S. Grant and Gen. Robert E. Lee was returned to Appomattox today…" n.d.
  • 25.3 [AA.23] Copy of letter from U.S. Grant to R.E. Lee. Appomattox Court House, VA, 9 Apr 1865
  • 25.4 [AA.24] Letter to AMW from Rockwood and Lark, 527 5 Ave., NYC, 23 Jan 1919, 2 Dec 1918, 6 Dec 1918
  • 25.5 [AA.25] Letter from AMS. Steamer Rochambeau, 26 Aug 1920
  • 25.6 [AA.25A] Letter to Miss Sands from AMW of 61 E. 86 St., NYC, 28 Apr n.y.
  • 25.7 [AA.26] Letter to Ethelyn from AMW of 61 E. 86 St., NYC, 28 July 1921
  • 25.8 [AA.27] Letter to Ethelyn from AMW of 61 E. 86 St., NYC, 6 July 1921
  • 25.9 [AA.28] Letter to Lean from AMW of 61 E. 86 St. NYC, 4 May 1925
  • 25.10 [AA.29] Letter from William Lyon Phelps, Yale University, New Haven, 18 Jan 1926
  • 25.11 [AA.30] Letter to Ethelyn from AMW of 17 Park Ave., NYC, 7 Oct n.y.
  • 25.12 [AA.31] Annie M. Webster, USA Passport No.644695, 26 Oct 1928
  • 25.13 [AA.32] Annie M. Webster, USA Passport No.477076, 20 Sep 1937
  • 25.14 [AA.33] Postal to JWMcK, London, 2 Aug n.y.
  • 25.15 [AA.34] Postal to JWMcK, Maseira, 23 Jan 1929
  • 25.16 [AA.35] Postal to JWMcK, Jerusalem, 5 Jan 1929
  • 25.17 [AA.36] Postal to JWMcK, Bombay, 27 Feb 1929
  • 25.18 [AA.37] Postal to JWMcK. Kobe, Japan, Apr.21, 1929
  • 25.19 [AA.37A] Postcard: "Teached Pekin last night," 14 Apr 1929
  • 25.20 [AA.38] Postal to Ethelyn, China, n.d.
  • 25.21 [AA.39] AMW to JWMcK with specimen of heather "which grows over the moors of Scotland…." n.d.
  • 25.22 [AA.40] Letter to Miss McKinney, Virginia Craftsmen, Inc. n.d.
  • 25.23 [AA.41] Poem in AMW's handwriting: "Youth is a mental quality…" n.d.
  • 25.24 [AA.42] Letter to Ethelyn from AMW of 17 Park Ave., NYC, 21 June 1934
  • 25.25 [AA.43] Family Chronicle written by AMW for granddaughter Jean Webster McKinney, 26 Oct 1918
  • 25.26 [AA.44] "Long, Long Ago," manuscript of AMW's memoirs for her granddaughter, Jean Webster McKinney, n.d.
  • 25.27 [AA.45] Long, Long Ago, n.d. (typewritten copy)
  • 25.28 [AA.46] Manuscript, Annie Moffett Webster, n.d.
  • 25.29 [AA.47] Manuscript, Annie Moffett Webster, n.d.
  • 25.30 [AA.48] Letter to Ethelyn from AMW of 17 Park Ave., NYC, 23 Dec 1940
  • 25.31 [AA.49] Clipping: "Twain's Niece Denies Charge She Fled in War," NY Herald Tribune, Feb 1944
  • 25.32 [AA.50] Clipping: "More Twain Recollections," Richmond, Times-Dispatch, 4 June 1944
  • 25.33 [AA.51] Clipping: "Twain at His Worst," Time Magazine, 12 June 1944
  • Box 37 [AA.52] Clipping: "Lace Cap Legend, Niece Recalls Mark Twain as River Pilot," NY World Telegram , 5 July 1944
  • 25.35 [AA.53] Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Cal. Letter from Dixon Wecter, Chairman of the Research group, 6 Oct 1947
  • 25.36 [AA.54] Letter from Barry Benefield. The Century Co. 11 June 1920
  • 25.37 [AA.55] Letter from Barry Benefield. The Century Co. 21 June 1920
  • 25.38 [AA.56] Article by AMW: "Recollections of the Clemens family in St. Louis when Sam was a river pilot," The Twainian, Mar-Apr, 1949
  • 25.39 [AA.57] Obituaries, Annie Moffett Webster in the NY Herald Tribune and NY Times 24-25 Mar 1950
  • 25.40 [AA.58] Annie Webster, NYC Certificate of Death, 24 Mar 1950
  • 35.1 [AA.59] Ledger containing Annie Moffet Webster's world cruise shopping list
  • 35.2 [AA.59] Ledger listing Annie Moffet Webster's "Places Visited," n.d.
  • 35.3 [AA.60] Annie Moffet Webster's scrapbook of clippings relating to Jean Webster's Daddy Long Legs as well as Mark Twain,
  • [AA.61] The Sunbeam Album, Library of Chas. Webster, 25 Dec 1871

Series BB. Walter Janes' Published Works

  • 26.1 [BB.1] The Harmonic Minstrelsey. Dedham, MA: A. Mann, 1807
  • 26.2 [BB.2] Chart listing descendants of Walter Janes, n.d.

Series CC. Calvin Whitney Correspondence

  • 26.3 [CC.1] Remnant of stock certificate No.270, Providence Bank, with notation in Calvin Whitney's handwriting, n.d.
  • 26.4 and box 37 [CC.2] Deed: Samuel Pearce to Hulda Eddy, Providence, RI, 26 Mar 1796
  • 26.5 [CC.3] Deed: Thomas C. Dilleber to Calvin Whitney, Woodstock, CT, 25 June 1830
  • 26.6 [CC.4] Deed: executed before Calvin Whitney, Justice of the Peace, Ashford, Windham County, CT, 2 May 1833
  • 26.7 [CC.5] Letter from Joseph F. White, New York, 19 June 1834, 15 Aug 1834
  • 26.8 [CC.6] Letter from Joseph White, New York, 29 Mar 1836
  • 26.9 [CC.7] Letter from County Sheriff, Beverly, Randolph County, VA, 9 July 1838

Series DD. Luther Webster and Maria Whitney Webster, His Wife, Correspondence

  • 26.10 [DD.1] Card given to Luther Webster by his teacher, ca. 1834
  • 26.11 [DD.2] Luther Webster's Commission as Ensign, Connecticut Militia, 22 Aug 1842
  • 26.12 [DD.3] Luther Webster's Commission as Lieutenant, Connecticut Militia, 29 May 1843
  • 26.13 [DD.4] Letter from Mrs. Sophia Chandler Webster and Luther Webster to Mrs. Calvin Whitney and her daughter, Charlotte Center, Chautauqua County, NY, 1-2 Dec 1845
  • 26.14 [DD.5] Letter from Sophia and Luther Webster, Charlotte Center, Chautauqua County, NY, 4 Sep 1846, 8 Sep 1846
  • 26.15 [DD.6] Letter from Parthena Janes to sister Theresa Janes Whitney (Mrs. Calvin Whitney), Allendale, 20 June 1847
  • 26.16 [DD.7] Letter from MWW, Charlotte Centre, NY, 5 June 1848
  • 26.17 [DD.8] Letter from SCW, Charlotte Centre, NY, 19 June 1848
  • 26.18 [DD.9] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster, Charlotte Centre, NY, 19 Dec 1848
  • 26.19 [DD.9A] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster, Charlotte Centre, 18 Dec 1849
  • 26.20 [DD.10] Letter from Luther and Maria Webster to Mr. Edwin Janes at 125 Broad Street Providence, RI, 6 Aug 1850
  • 26.21 [DD.11] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster, Charlotte, NY, 27 Apr 1851
  • 26.22 [DD.12] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster to sister Ellen Whitney. Charlotte, NY, 16 Sep 1851
  • 26.23 [DD.13] Letter from Luther and Maria Webster to Mrs. Calvin Whitney, Charlotte, NY, 30 Sep 1851
  • 26.24 [DD.14] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster to Mrs. Calvin Whitney, Charlotte, NY, 21 Dec 1851
  • 26.25 [DD.15] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster to Mrs. Calvin Whitney, Charlotte, NY, 8 June 1854
  • 26.26 [DD.16] Rallying Song: political handbill for Fremont and victory, n.d.
  • 26.27 [DD.17] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster to Mrs. Calvin Whitney, Lincolnville, 16 Sep 1856
  • 26.28 [DD.18] Two deeds and receipt, Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredonia, NY, 13 May 1858, 29 Apr 1891
  • 26.29 [DD.19] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster, Fredonia, 15 Mar 1864
  • 26.30 [DD.20] Letter from Mrs. Luther Webster, Fredonia, 26 Nov 1864
  • 26.31 [DD.21] Letter from Cousin Nellie to Anna Whitney, Boston, 21 Aug 1869
  • 26.32 [DD.22] Deed: "True Copy," Luther and Maria Webster convey to David H. Chandler, 1882
  • 26.33 [DD.23] Luther Webster's Last Will, 6 Feb 1893?
  • 26.34 [DD.24] Letters Testamentary, Luther Webster, 15 Jan 1894
  • 26.35 [DD.25] Notice of Probate of Will of Luther Webster, 19 Dec 1893
  • 26.36 [DD.26] Family Record: Notes in Charles L. Webster's handwriting re: grandmother, n.d.
  • 26.37 [DD.27] Webster Family in England: CLW's notes from Sir Edward Burke's "Dictionary of Peerage and Baronetage," 1874
  • 26.38 [DD.28] Clippings: 2 fragments of article on Webster family genealogy from NY Times on occasion of 150th anniversary of birth of Noah Webster, the lexicographer, n.d.
  • 26.39 [DD.29] "Knowlton Family," genealogy copied from "Life of Gen. Nathaniel Lyon," n.d.
  • 26.40 [DD.30] Births in Webster family, list beginning with Benjamin Webster, born 27 Jan 1798
  • 26.41 [DD.31] Marriages in Webster Family" list beginning with marriage of Benjamin Webster to Sophia Chandler, 29 May 1823
  • 26.42 [DD.32] Webster genealogy chart, n.d.

Series EE. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Sent

  • 27.1 [EE.1] Business card: Charles L Webster, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Fredonia, NY, n.d.
  • 27.2 [EE.2] State Normal and Training School, Fredonia, NY, letter to Mrs. Maria Theresa Whitney, 104 Clifford St., Providence, RI, from CLW, 30 June 1870
  • 27.3 [EE.3] Letter from CLW, Charles L. Webster and Co., Publishers, NY, 4 Mar 1885
  • 27.4 [EE.4] Charles L. Webster and Co. check for $1,000 to Gen. P.H. Sheridan, 6 Nov 1886
  • 27.5 [EE.5] Charles L. Webster to Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, 13 Nov 1886
  • 27.6 [EE.6] C.L. Webster's Letter Book: Copies of correspondence, 18 Oct 1885 – 27 Dec 1888

Series FF. Charles L. Webster – Samuel L. Clemens Contracts

  • 27.7 [FF.1] Charles E. Perkings, Attorney: Copy of minutes, Kaolatype Engraving CO. meeting of directors appointing Charles L. Webster Vice President and Treasurer of corporation, 29 June 1881
  • 27.8 [FF.2] Charles L. Webster and Company Agreement No.1: Original partnership of Samuel L. Clemens and Charles L. Webster, 10 Apr 1884
  • 27.9 [FF.3] Memorandum of Agreement: Gen. U.S. Grant and Charles L. Webster, 27 Feb 1885
  • 27.10 [FF.4] Articles of Co-partnership No.2: Charles L. Webster and Co. made to publish the "Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant," 20 Mar 1885
  • 27.11 [FF.5] Articles of Co-partnership No.4: Signed in duplicate Chas. L. Webster, Fred J. Hall, S.L. Clemens, Olivia L. Clemens, 28 Apr 1885
  • 27.12 [FF.6] Contract No.7: Permanent retirement of Chas. L. Webster, 27 Dec 1888
  • 27.13 [FF.7] Agreement to submit disputed Grant contract to Mr. George W. Childs for interpretation, 27 Feb 1885
  • 27.14 [FF.8] Handwritten copy of above agreement, 27 Feb 1885

Series GG. Charles L. Webster Notebooks

  • 28.1 Mark Twain's Scrapbook: Charles L. Webster clippings (p. 1-29), Jean Webster clippings (p.30-40), Charles L. Webster articles (p. 100-108), n.d.
  • 28.2 Charles L. Webster notebook, Sep-Nov 1885, June 1887
  • 28.3 Charles L. Webster ledger, 1 Oct 1880

Series HH. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Received

  • 29.1 [HH.1] CLW "Poll," with answers over signature of artists F.D. Millet, T.N. Bartlett, R. Swain Gifford, George Fuller, Augustus St. Gaudens, 24 Sep 1880
  • 29.2 [HH.2] Pass to CLW to board "Constitution," NY Navy Yard, 9 Jan 1882
  • 29.3 [HH.3] Notes on frigate "Constitution," n.d.
  • 29.4 [HH.4] Letter from E.H. House, 23 May 1883
  • 29.5 [HH.5] Letter from James R. Osgood and Co. to CLW, 3 Nov 1883
  • 29.6 [HH.6] Letter from James R. Osgood Co. 13 Dec 1883
  • 29.7 [HH.7] Invitation from NY Bar Assn. to reception of Right Honorable Lord Coleridge, 11 Oct 1883
  • 29.8 [HH.8] Memo from Houghton Mifflin Co. to Mr. C.L. Webster, 6 Dec 1883
  • 29.9 [HH.9-30] Letters from James R. Osgood Co. to C.L. Webster, Oct 3, 11, 23, 26; Nov 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 16, 19, 26, 28; Dec 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 18, 28
  • 29.11 [HH.31-32] Letters from James R. Osgood Co. to C.L. Webster, 4 Feb 1884, 26 Mar 1884
  • 29.12 [HH.33] Letter from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Boston, 15 Mar 1885
  • 29.13 [HH.34] Letter from M.BM.H. Ticknor to C.L. Webster, 11 May 1882
  • 29.14 [HH.35] Letter from W.D Howells, Boston, 8 Feb 1884
  • 29.15 [HH.36] Fragment of letter signed William Cooper Howells, n.d.
  • 29.16 [HH.37] Letter from William Cooper Howells, Northampton, VA, 11 Feb 1884
  • 29.17 [HH.38] Letter from W.D. Howells, 4 Louisburg Square, Boston, 21 Mar 1884
  • 29.18 [HH.39] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 10 Apr 1884
  • 29.19 [HH.40] Letter from W.D. Howells, 4 Louisburg Square, Boston, 16 Apr 1884
  • 29.20 [HH.41] Letter from William Cooper Howells, Northampton, VA 17 Apr 1884
  • 29.21 [HH.42] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 4 May 1884
  • 29.22 [HH.43] Letter from W.D. Howells, 4 Louisburg Square, Boston, 9 May 1884
  • 29.23 [HH.44] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 11 May 1884
  • 29.24 [HH.45] Letter from William Cooper. Howells Northampton, VA, 12 May 1884
  • 29.25 [HH.45A] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 16 May 1884
  • 29.26 [HH.46] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 8 June 1884
  • 29.27 [HH.47] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 10 June 1884
  • 29.28 [HH.48] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 16 June 1884
  • 29.29 [HH.49] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 21 June 1884
  • 29.30 [HH.50] Letter from W.D. Howells, Wolfboro, NH, 30 July 1884
  • 29.31 [HH.51] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 4 Aug 1884
  • 29.32 [HH.52] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 18 Sep 1884
  • 29.33 [HH.53] Letter from W.D. Howells, 302 Beacon St., Boston, 27 Oct 1884
  • 29.34 [HH.54] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 27 Dec 1884
  • 29.35 [HH.55] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 8 Aug 1884
  • 29.36 [HH.56] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 28 Aug 1884
  • 29.37 [HH.57] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 2 Sep 1884
  • 29.38 [HH.58] Letter from H.D. Howells, 4 Louisburg Square, Boston, 4 July 1884
  • 29.39 [HH.59] Letter from W.D. Howells, 302 Beacon St., Boston, 29 Mar 1885
  • 29.40 [HH.60] Letter from W.D. Howells, Boston, 10 Sep 1884
  • 29.41 [HH.61] Postcard from W.D. Howells to CLW, 15 Sep 1884
  • 29.42 [HH.61] Letter from Edmund C. Stedman, 44 E. 26 St., NY, 26 Oct 1884
  • 29.43 [HH.63] Letter from J.T. Raymond, Denver, CO, 11 July 1884
  • 29.44 [HH.64] Letter from J.T. Raymond, Chicago, 9 Sep 1884
  • 29.45 [HH.65] Letter from J.T. Raymond. 8 East 32 St., 2 July
  • 29.46 [HH.66] Letter from J.T. Raymond, Park Theatre, NY, 25 Oct
  • 29.47 [HH.67] Letter from F.G. Whitman for S.L. Clemens, Hartford, 24(?) Mar 1884
  • 29.48 [HH.68] Letter from R.N. Johnson, In the Catskills, Century Magazine, 21 July 1885
  • 29.49 [HH.68A] Letter from Henry M. Stanley, 15 Aug 1885
  • 29.50 [HH.69] Letter from Card. Vicario to Dr. O'Reilly (?), Roma, 7 Sep 1885
  • 29.51 [HH.70] Letter from Thos. D. Galpin, Bristol House, Rosehampton, 17 Aug 1885
  • 29.52 [HH.71] Letter from Thomas M. Walker, US Consul General, London, 14 Aug 1885
  • 29.53 [HH.72] Letter from George Ticknor Curtis, 41 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, 29 Sep 1885
  • 29.54 [HH.73] Letter from Anthony Comstock, New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, 26 Nov 1884
  • 29.55 [HH.74] Letter from A.R. Spofford, Librarian of Congress, Library of Congress, Washington, 7 Oct 1885
  • 29.56 [HH.75] Letter from C.A. Seward, New York, 11 Dec 1885
  • 29.57 [HH.76] Letter from C.A. Dana, Editor, The Sun, NY, 23 Dec 1885
  • 29.58 [HH.77] Letter from Roger Tichbourne, 25 Mar 1887
  • 29.59 [HH.78] USA Passport No.2728: Charles L. Webster accompanied by his wife, 25 July 1885
  • 29.60 [HH.79] Card used by canvassers for Personal Memoirs of US Grant, n.d.
  • 29.61 [HH.80] USA Passport No.6854: Charles L. Webster accompanied by his wife, 15 June 1886
  • 29.62 [HH.81] Letter from Mrs. John A. Logan, Calumet Place, 4 Jan 1886
  • 29.63 [HH.82] Letter from C.A. Dana, Editor, The Sun, NY, 14 Jan 1886
  • 30.1 [HH.83] Letter from Rossiter Johnson. D. Appleton and Co. 20 Feb 1886
  • 30.2 [HH.84] Billing from Dan Schwartzkopf and Co., NY, 6 Feb 1886
  • 30.3 [HH.85] Billing from Bawo and Dotter, NY, 15 Feb 1886
  • 30.4 [HH.86] Billing from Bauman Bros., NY, 13 Feb 1886
  • 30.5 [HH.87] Billing from John H. Meeker, NY, 19 Feb 1886
  • 30.6 [HH.88] Letter from C.W. Field, New York, 3 Mar 1886
  • 30.7 [HH.89] Letter from Wm. E. Marshall, New York, 3 Mar 1886
  • 30.8 [HH.90] Anonymous US passport: "An American," 12 Mar 1886
  • 30.9 [HH.91] Ellen M. McClellan, NY, 19 Mar 1886
  • 30.10 [HH.92] Letter from Benson J. Lossing, The Ridge, Dover Plains, NY, 19 Mar 1886
  • 30.11 [HH.100] Letter from Benson J. Lossing, The Ridge, Dover Plains, NY, 23 Jan 1888
  • 30.12 [HH.101] Letter from A.R. Ward, 271 Broadway, 21 Mar 1886
  • 30.13 [HH.102] Certificate from Wm. Bradford, New York, 13 Apr 1886
  • 30.14 [HH.103] Letter from S.W. Crawford, 53 W. 21 St., NY, 16 Apr 1886
  • 30.15 [HH.104] Envelope addressed to Mrs. C.L. Webster, n.d.
  • 30.16 [HH.105] Clipping re: Chas. L. Webster's visit to Rome, n.d.
  • 30.17 [HH.106] Letter from Rev. Dr. O'Reilly, Rome, 27 Apr 1885
  • 30.18 [HH.107] Letter from Cardinal Vicarius Urbis, Rome, 21 Mar 1886
  • 30.19 [HH.108] Letter from General Longstreet, Gainsville, GA, 6 June 1886
  • 30.20 [HH.109] Letter from G.P. Lathrop, 29 Washington Square, 18 June 1886
  • 30.21 [HH.110] Letter from W.C. Prince, Charlestown, NH, 8 June 1886
  • 30.22 [HH.111] Letter from W.C. Prince, 38 E. 23, n.d.
  • 30.23 [HH.112] Letter from W.C. Prince, 38 E. 23, 25 Feb 1885
  • 30.24 [HH.113] Letter from W.C. Prince, 38 E. 23, 18 Mar 1885
  • 30.25 [HH.114] Letter from W.C. Prince, 38 E. 23, 18 Mar ????
  • 30.26 [HH.115] Letter from James Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, 28 July 1886
  • 30.27 [HH.116] Letter from Fred J. Hall, Charles L. Webster Co. 23 Aug 1886
  • 30.28 [HH.117] Letter from T.P. O'Connor, 38 Grosvenor Rd., Westminster S.W., 23 Sep 1886
  • 30.29 [HH.118] Letter from M.A. Corrigan, Archbishop, 452 Madison Ave., New York, 5 Nov 1886
  • 30.30 [HH.119] Letter from James Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, 5 Nov 1886
  • 30.31 [HH.120] Commissioner's Office, Police Dept. of the City of New York
  • 30.32 [HH.121] Letter from M.A. Corrigan, Archbishop, 452 Madison Ave. NY, 29 Nov 1886
  • 30.33 [HH.121A] Archbishop Corrigan to C.L. Webster? 29 Nov 1886
  • 30.34 [HH.122] Letter from unknown correspondent, 251 E. 17 St. 3 Dec 1886
  • 30.35 [HH.123] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Headquarters, Army of the United States, 7 Dec 1886
  • 30.36 [HH.124] Letter from Henry M. Stanley, Everett House, NY, 7 Dec 1886
  • 30.37 [HH.125] Letter from T. McLaughlin, Church of the Blessed Sacrament, New Rochelle, NY, 7 Dec 1886
  • 30.38 [HH.126] Letter from C.A. Dana, Editor, The Sun, NY, 20 Dec 1886
  • 30.39 [HH.127] Letter from Gen. John A. Logan, Confidential, United States Senate, 5 Dec 1886
  • 30.40 [HH.128] Letter from Gen. Logan, Senate Chamber, Washington, 9 Dec 1886
  • 30.41 [HH.129] Letter from Gen. Logan,. Senate Chamber, Washington, 18 Dec 1886
  • 30.42 [HH.130] Last letter dictated by Gen. J.A. Logan, Calmuet Place, Washington D.C. 22 Dec 1886
  • 30.43 [HH.131] Letter from Gen. P.A. Sheridan, Headquarters, Army, Washington, DC, 21 Dec 1886
  • 30.44 [HH.132] Letter from Gen. Wm. T. Sherman, 5th Ave. Hotel, NY, 25 Dec 1886
  • 30.45 [HH.133] Letter from Gen. P.A. Sheridan, Washington, D.C. 28 Dec 1886
  • 30.46 [HH.134] Received from Mr. Samuel L. Clemens $9,086.85, New York, 21 Oct 1887
  • 30.47 [HH.135] Received by Chas. L. Webster $5,000, New York, 26 Oct 1887
  • 30.48 [HH.136] Gen. John A. Logan mourning cards, n.d.
  • 30.49 [HH.137] Letter from Mary S. Logan, Washington, DC, 8 Jan 1887
  • 30.50 [HH.138] Letter from R.C. Bishop of Philadelphia, 225 North 18th St., Philadelphia, 20 Jan 1887
  • 30.51 [HH.139] Letter from P.A. Sheridan. Headquarters, Army, 1 Feb 1887
  • 30.52 [HH.140] Letter from G.W. Smalley, 8 Chester Place, Hyde Park Square W., London, 3 Feb 1887
  • 30.53 [HH.141] Letter from Albion W. Tourgee, Mayville, NY, 7 Mar 1887
  • 30.54 [HH.142] Letter from A.R. Hancock, Yonkers-on-Hudson, (1 or 7) Mar 1887
  • 30.55 [HH.143] Letter from Rossiter Johnson, Editor. D. Appleton and Co., 17 Mar 1887
  • 30.56 [HH.144] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 15 Mar 1887
  • 30.57 [HH.145] Letter from the Office of E.C. Stedman, Broker, NY, 30 Mar 1887
  • 30.58 [HH.146] Letter to Rev. O'Reilly, American College, Rome, 30 Mar 1887
  • 30.59 [HH.147] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Headquarters, Army, 17 Apr 1887
  • 30.60 [HH.148] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Washington, 29 Apr 1887
  • 30.61 [HH.149] US postal card from Gen. G.T. Beauregard, 6 May 1887
  • 30.62 [HH.150] Letter from E.C. Stedman, 44 E. 26 St. 13 May 1887
  • 30.63 [HH.151] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Washington, D.C. 21 May 1887
  • 30.64 [HH.152] To Mr. C.L. Webster, Metropolitan Club, 1 June 1887
  • 30.65 [HH.153] Letter from James Redpath, historian, 5 June 1887
  • 30.66 [HH.154] Frank Bowles, New York, 13 June 1887
  • 30.67 [HH.155] Letter from T.L. Smith, The Star , NY, 9 Aug 1887
  • 30.68 [HH.156] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Nonquitt, Mass. 1 Sep 1887
  • 30.69 [HH.157] Letter from Archbishop Corrigan, 452 Madison Ave., NY, 8 Sep 1887
  • 30.70 [HH.158] Letter from Bernard O'Reilly, Roche's Hotel, Glengariff, 16 Sep 1887
  • 31.1 [HH.159] Letter from Bishop of Wilmington, Wilmington, DE, 16 Sep 1887
  • 31.2 [HH.160] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Nonquitt, 20 Sep 1887
  • 31.3 [HH.161] Letter from A.P. Burbank, The Lotus Club, 23 Sep 1887
  • 31.4 [HH.162] Billing from Bauman Brothers, 4 Oct 1887
  • 31.5 [HH.163] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 6 Oct 1887
  • 31.6 [HH.164] Letter from M. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 10 Oct 1887
  • 31.7 [HH.165] Letter from M. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 12 Oct 1887
  • 31.8 [HH.166] Letter from R.N. Johnson, Editorial dept., Century Magazine, 19 Oct 1887
  • 31.9 [HH.167] Letter from R.W. Gilder, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, 17 Mar 1887
  • 31.10 [HH.168] Letter from R.W. Gilder, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, n.d.
  • 31.11 [HH.169] Letter from Joseph Jefferson, actor, New York, 20 Oct 1887
  • 31.12 [HH.170] Letter from P.H. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 31 Oct 1887
  • 31.13 [HH.171] Letter from James R. Fry, The Military Service Institution of the US, Governor's Island, NY, 2 Nov 1887
  • 31.14 [HH.172] Letter from Gen. Sherman, Army Building, NY, 4 Nov 1887
  • 31.15 [HH.173] Letter from Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal's Residence, Baltimore, 15 Nov 1897
  • 31.16 [HH.174] Letter from Gen. P.H. Sheridan written in the last days of his life, Washington, DC, 14 Jan 1888
  • 31.17 [HH.175] Letter from Archbishop Corrigan, Archbishop's House, New York, 21 Jan 1888
  • 31.18 [HH.176] Letter from R.W. Johnson, Century Magazine, 24 Jan 1888
  • 31.19 [HH.177] Letter from S.S. Cox. House of Representatives, 12 Feb 1888
  • 31.20 [HH.178] Billing from Bauman Brothers, 22 Mar 1888
  • 31.21 [HH.179] Letter from Col. M.V. Sheridan, Washington, DC, 14 June 1888
  • 31.22 [HH.180] Letter from Dr. Cornelius A. Logan, 5 Mar 1889
  • 31.23 [HH.181] Letter from Rutherford B. Hayes, Spiegel Grove, Fremont, O. 11 Mar 1889
  • 31.24 [HH.182] Letter from Elizabeth B. Custer, 148 E. 18 St., 21 Jan 1889
  • 31.25 [HH.183] Letter from Mrs. Custer, 19 May 1889
  • 31.26 [HH.184] Letter from Mrs. Custer, 25 May 1889
  • 31.27 [HH.185] Letter from Mrs. Custer, 20 July 1889
  • 31.28 [HH.186] Envelope marked "Beecher's Letter," n.d.
  • 31.29 [HH.187] New York. Receipt for $5,000 rec'd from Chas. L. Webster and Co., advance on autobiography, endorsed by Henry Ward Beecher, 9 Feb 1887
  • 31.30 [HH.188] Letter from Mrs. H.W. Beecher, Brooklyn, 3 Mar 1887
  • 31.31 [HH.189] Part of a letter addressed to Henry Ward Beecher, n.d.
  • 31.32 [HH.190] Letter from Henry Ward Beecher, 16 Feb 1887
  • 31.33 [HH.191] Advertisement, The Stowe House, Brunswick, Maine, n.d.

Series JJ. Charles L. Webster Correspondence Concerning General U.S. Grant's Memoirs

  • 31.34 [JJ.1] Letter from Gen. Grant, NYC, 14 Jan 1881
  • 31.35 [JJ.2] Letter from Gen. Grant, 14 Mar 1885
  • 31.36 [JJ.3] Letter from Gen. Grant, 3. E. 66 St., NY, 14 Apr 1885
  • 31.37 [JJ.4] Letter from Gen. Grant, 2 May 1885
  • 31.38 [JJ.5] Six facsimile signatures of Gen. Grant to be used in Memoirs, 29 Apr 1885
  • 31.39 [JJ.6] This book is dedicated to The American Volunteer U.S. Grant, n.d.
  • 31.40 [JJ.7] These volumes are dedicated to the American soldier and sailor U.S. Grant, n.d.
  • 31.41 [JJ.8] Original second dedication of Gen. Grant's Memoirs in his own handwriting, n.d.
  • 31.42 [JJ.9] Letter from Gen. Grant, New York, 2 May 1885
  • 31.43 [JJ.10] Letter from Gen. Grant, Mt. McGregor, NY, 4 July 1885
  • 31.44 [JJ.11] Letter from Gen. Grant, Mt. McGregor, NY, 15 July 1885
  • 31.45 [JJ.12] Pencil note in Gen. Grant's handwriting from his last days, n.d.
  • 31.46 [JJ.13] Mrs. Grant will be home this evening, 3 E. 66 St., NY, n.d.
  • 31.47 [JJ.14] Card: Mrs. Grant wished to call Mrs. Webster's attention, 3 E. 66 St., NY, n.d.
  • 31.48 [JJ.15] Gen. Grant's widow's receipt for $200,000 royalty check signed Julia D. Grant, 27 Feb 1886
  • 31.49 [JJ.16] Copy $200,000 check of Chas. L. Webster and Co. to Mrs. Grant, n.d.
  • 31.50 [JJ.17] Clipping, $150,000 check of Chas. L. Webster Co. to Mrs. Grant, n.d.
  • 31.51 [JJ.18] Chas. L. Webster's "Museum"note re: $1,000 check to Gen. Grant on signing contract for his "Personal Memoirs," n.d.
  • 31.52 [JJ.19] Letter from F.D. Grant, New York, 18 June 1886
  • 31.53 [JJ.20] Letter from Julia D. Grant, Elbron, NJ, 21 June 1886
  • 31.54 [JJ.21] Alexander and Green, 120 Broadway, NY, 13 Apr 1885
  • 31.55 [JJ.22] Letter from F.D. Grant, n.d.
  • 31.56 [JJ.23] "Dear Webster, The bearer Mrs. Lewis Deart…" n.d.
  • 31.57 [JJ.24] "Dear Webster, I haven't received the maps…" n.d.
  • 31.58 [JJ.25] Letter from F.D. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., New York, 26 Nov 1885
  • 31.59 [JJ.26] Letter from F.D. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NYC, 3 Dec 1884
  • 31.60 [JJ.27] Rec'd New York from Chas. L. Webster and Co. $150 on account for engraving… 19 Mar 1885
  • 31.61 [JJ.28] Letter from F.D. Grant, Mt. McGregor, 8 July 1885
  • 31.62 [JJ.29] Letter from F.D. Grant, Mt. McGregor, 8 July 1885
  • 31.63 [JJ.30] Letter from F.D. Grant, Mt. McGregor, 18 July 1885
  • 31.64 [JJ.31] Letter from Karl Gerhardt, sculptor, 21 Dec 1885
  • 31.65 [JJ.32] Letter from Col. F.D. Grant, NY, 16 Dec 1885
  • 31.66 [JJ.33] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, 16 Dec 1885
  • 31.67 [JJ.34] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, 18 Dec 1885
  • 31.68 [JJ.35] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, n.d.
  • 31.69 [JJ.36] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, 13 Apr 1886
  • 31.70 [JJ.37] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, 15 May 1886
  • 31.71 [JJ.38] Letter from F.D. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NY, 9 Dec 1886
  • 31.72 [JJ.39] Letter from F.D. Grant, NY, 5 Mar 1887
  • 32.1 [JJ.40] Letter from F.D. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NY, May 10 (15?), 1887
  • 32.2 [JJ.47] Letter from F.D. Grant, 20 July 1887
  • 32.3 [JJ.48] Letter from F.D. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NY, 29 Mar 1889
  • 32.4 [JJ.49] Letter from F.D. Grant, n.d.
  • 32.5 [JJ.50] Letter from F.D. Grant, n.d.
  • 32.6 [JJ.51] Letter from U.S. Grant, Jr. Salem Center, Westchester County, NY, 5 July 1885
  • 32.7 [JJ.52] Letter from U.S. Grant, Jr. The Union League Club, n.d.
  • 32.8 [JJ.53] Letter from U.S. Grant, Jr. 3 E. 66 St., NYC, 24 May 1888
  • 32.9 [JJ.54] Letter from Jesse Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NYC, Feb. 26
  • 32.10 [JJ.55] Letter from Ida H. Grant, 3 Feb 1887
  • 32.11 [JJ.56] Letter from Mr. J.R. Grant, East Lyme, Ct. 2 June1886
  • 32.12 [JJ.57] Letter from Lizzie C. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NYC, Oct. 18
  • 32.13 [JJ.58] Letter from Lizzie C. Grant, 3 E. 66 St., NYC, 11 Nov 1886
  • 32.14 [JJ.59] Letter from Gen. Adam Badeau, 28 E. 17 St., NYC, Feb. 17
  • 32.15 [JJ.60] Palmer House, Chicago, Thirteenth Annual Banquet of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee, 13 Nov 1879
  • 32.16 [JJ.61] Letter from Brig. Gen. C.C. Augur, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 7 Apr 1885
  • 32.17 [JJ.62] Letter from W.D. Howells, 302 Beacon St., Boston, 3 July 1885
  • 32.18 [JJ.63] Letter from J.P. Newman, Mt. McGregor, 13 July 1885
  • 32.19 [JJ.64] Letter from Gen. Ely S. Parker, New York, 15 Oct 1885
  • 32.20 [JJ.65] Letter from R.W. Gilder,. Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, 16 Dec 1885
  • 32.21 [JJ.66] Letter from John W. Chadwick, 826 Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 4 Dec 1885
  • 32.22 [JJ.66A] Letter from unidentified correspondent, NY, 16 Dec 1874
  • 32.23 [JJ.67] Letter from Roswell Smith, President Century Co., 21 Dec 1885
  • 32.24 [JJ.68] Letter from J.B. Mills, American Exchange in Paris, 3 Mar 1886
  • 32.25 [JJ.69] Remnant of letter addressed to Messrs C.L. Webster, n.d.
  • 32.26 [JJ.70] Memorial Day Committee, invitation to decoration of Grant's Tomb, 22 Apr 1886
  • 32.27 [JJ.71] Memorial Day Service, 31 May 1886
  • 32.28 [JJ.72] U.S. Grant Post, G.A.R. Invitation to decoration Grant's Tomb, 31 May 1886
  • 32.29 [JJ.73] Pass, Chas. L. Webster Esq. on Head Quarters Steamer and to the Ceremonies at Gen. Grant's Tomb, Riverside Park, 31 May 1886
  • 32.30 [JJ.74] Letter from Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, 13 Nov 1886
  • 32.31 [JJ.75] Letter from R.W. Johnson, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, 20 Nov 1886
  • 32.32 [JJ.76] Letter from R.W. Johnson, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine, 18 Dec 1886
  • 32.33 [JJ.77] Letter from R.W. Johnson, Editorial Dept., Century Magazine,, 21 Jan 1887
  • 32.34 [JJ.78] Letter from C.A. Dana, The Sun , NY, 22 Dec 1886
  • 32.35 [JJ.79] Letter from Horace Porter, New York, 12 Mar 1887
  • 32.36 [JJ.80] Letter from Horace Porter, New York, 19 Mar 1887
  • 32.37 [JJ.81] Letter from J.H. Douglas, 33 W. 16 St., NY, 13 Oct 1888
  • 32.38 [JJ.82] Letter from Lloyd Lewis to S.C. Webster, Newberry Library, Chicago, 19 Apr 1947
  • 32.39 [JJ.83] Letter from Lloyd Lewis and copy NY Tribune interviews with Charles L. Webster, The Chicago Sun, 2 Apr 1947, 28 July 1885
  • 32.40 [JJ.84] Mark Twain, an Exhibition, The Huntington Library, San Marino, Ca… 1947
  • 32.41[JJ.85] Last photograph taken of Gen. Grant, Mt. McGregor, n.d.
  • 32.42 [JJ.86] Photograph of Gen. Grant taken 4 days before his death, 22 July 1885
  • 32.43 [JJ.87] Photograph of Gerhardt's bust of Gen. Grant, n.d.
  • 32.44 [JJ.88] Photograph of Gen. Grant, 5 June 1868
  • 32.45 [JJ.89] Photograph of Gen. Grant, 5 June 1868
  • 32.46 [JJ.90] Engraving, U.S. Grant, 2d Lt., copyright 1885
  • 32.47 [JJ.91] Photograph Gen. Grant's funeral, copyright 1885
  • 32.48 [JJ.92] Engraving: Ligby Prison as it appeared 23 Aug 1863, copyright 1882
  • 32.49 [JJ.93] 2 photographs, Appomattox Court House; and Field where Gen. B. met Gen. Grant, n.d.
  • 32.50 [JJ.94] Front view, McLean House where Lee surrendered, n.d.
  • 32.51 [JJ.95] End view McLean House, n.d.

Series KK. "Personal Memoirs" of General U.S. Grant Manuscript

  • 32.52 [KK.1] "With the troops on Missionary Ridge…"
  • 32.53 [KK.2] "3/ retreat Burnside relief was soon effected…"
  • 32.54 [KK.3] "On the 15th of November, while I was still at Holly Springs, I sent word to Sherman…" (p.427, Vol. I.)
  • 32.55 [KK.4] "McPherson, after crossing the big Black, to the right of Jackson and Vicksburg Rd…" ( p.528-529, Vol. I.)
  • 32.56 [KK.5] "Hooker's position in Lookout Valley was absolutely essential…" (p.56-57, Vol. II)
  • 32.57 [KK.6] "My recollection is that my first orders for the battle of Chattanooga…" (p.88, Vol. II)
  • 32.58 [KK.7] "In this battle the Union Army numbered in round figures about 60,000 men…" (p.95-96-97, Vol. II)
  • 32.59 [KK.8] …"hundreds, if not thousands, who deserted but little reliance could be placed in this report…" (p.97, Vol. II)
  • 32.60 [KK.9] "There has always been a great conflict of opinion…" (p.500-501-502, Vol. II)
  • 32.61 [KK.10] "… of machinery to increase the products of a dog's labor in the shop…" (p.502-503, Vol. II)
  • 32.62 [KK.11] "… have been an officer directly after the war…" (p.503-504, Vol. II)

Series LL. Sir Charles L. Webster, Knight of the Order of Piano (Pius), Vatican, Rome Correspondence

  • 33.1 [LL.1] Envelope, "Knighthood Matter," C.L. Webster. Translation of Latin brief and Italian letter, n.d.
  • 33.2 [LL.2] No.72208. Letter from M. Cardinal Rompolla, Rome, 7 Nov 1887
  • 33.3 [LL.3] Handwritten translation, letter from M. Cardinal Rompolla, 7 Nov 1887
  • 33.4 [LL.4] Letter from M. Cardinal Ledochowski, 1 Oct 1887
  • 33.5 [LL.5] Letter from Archbishop Corrigan, New York, 7 Dec 1887
  • 33.6 [LL.6] Uniforms of Officers of the Pontifical Court, n.d.
  • 33.7 [LL.7] Translation: "For one complete uniform of the Knight of the Order of Piano," 17 Mar 1888
  • 33.8 [LL.8] Clipping: NY Tribune, 11 Mar 1885
  • 33.9 [LL.9] Letter to Charles Webster from St. Francis Xavier's College, 6 Dec 1887
  • 33.10 [LL.10] Milan Cathedral panorama engraving, with notes on back in handwriting of Charles L. Webster, n.d.
  • 33.11 [LL.11] Photograph of an unidentified cathedral, n.d.
  • 33.12 [LL.12] Photograph of Archbishop of Vienna, 26 Feb 1887
  • 33.13 [LL.13] Photographic copy of invitation to audience with Pope Leo XIII, issued to Mr. Mrs. Webster, n.d.

Series MM. Estate of Charles L. Webster

  • 33.14 [MM.1] For the Pope, Rome, Italy, with complements and regards of F.D. Grant, n.d.
  • 33.15 [MM.2] Letter from Dr. Bernard O'Reilly, 1051 Park Avenue, New York, 28 Apr 1891
  • 33.16 [MM.3] Estate of Charles L. Webster, Letters Testamentary, 1 June 1891
  • 33.17 [MM.4] Letter from S.L. Clemens (also B.613), Farmington Ave., Hartford, 26 Apr 1891
  • 33.18 [MM.5] Letter from Miss Margaret Sutherland Wiley, 285 Pleasant St., Pasadena, 24 Oct 1944
  • 33.19 [MM.6] Inter-Strasse, Historic Charles L. Webster Residence at Fredonia, NY, n.d. (clipping)

Series NN. William Luther Webster Correspondence

  • 33.20 [NN.1] 24 Stanhope Rd, Highgate N.6, London, Mar 1945 (incorrectly labeled NN.2 on microfilm)
  • 33.21 [NN.2] American Consulate General, 1 Grosvenor Sq., London, 31 Aug 1943
  • 33.22 [NN.3] Photograph Civil Defense Unit, London, 1943
  • 33.23 [NN.4] Pen and ink drawing of an oriental carving, drawn by WLW, 17 Feb 1899
  • 33.24 [NN.5] William Luther Webster photograph, n.d.

Series OO. Samuel Charles Webster Correspondence

  • 33.25 [OO.1] Book review, Uncle James' Shoes, Doris and Samuel Webster, Century publisher, n.d.
  • 33.26 [OO.2] Letter from Bernard DeVoto, Harvard University, 1 Feb 1944
  • 33.27 [OO.3] Letter from Charles W. Morton, Atlantic Monthly Editor, Boston, 1 Aug 1944
  • 33.28 [OO.4] Letter from Stanley Salmen, Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston, 13 Dec 1946
  • 33.29 [OO.5] Letter from Bernard DeVoto, The Mark Twain papers, 47 Widener Library, 6 Jan 1947
  • 33.30 [OO.6] Letter from Edith R. Mirrielees. The Pacific Spectator, 12 Dec 1949
  • 33.31 [OO.7] The only reliable account of "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," n.d.
  • 33.32 [OO.8] Samuel C. Webster burial permit, date of death 24 Mar 1962,
  • 33.33 [OO.9] Samuel C. Webster obituaries: NY Times, Wilmington Journal, Danbury News, Waterbury Republican, Mar-Apr 1962
  • 33.34 [OO.10] Samuel C. Webster photograph, n.d.

Series PP. Photographs (not microfilmed)

  • 33.35 [PP.1] Henry Ward Beecher
  • 33.36 [PP.1] Fred J. Hall
  • 33.37 [PP.2] W.D. Howells
  • 33.38 [PP.2] Webster House, Fredonia - Exterior
  • 33.39 [PP.2] Webster House, Fredonia - Dining Room
  • 33.40 [PP.2] Webster House, Fredonia - Parlor
  • 33.41 [PP.2] Webster House, Fredonia - Library
  • 33.42 [PP.2] 3 Websters and a neighbor in the Library of the Webster House, Fredonia
  • 33.43 Samuel Webster and Pelican
  • Box 37 Samuel L. Clemens by Gessford, 1904
  • 33.44 Negatives

QQ. Ephemera (not microfilmed)

  • Box 36 Sketches, images from printed material and postcards
  • Box 36 Clay "indian pipe"
  • Box 36 Program for Vassar Founder's Day at which SLC gave two "Select readings

Use Copies of Fragile Correspondence

  • Box 34 Use copies of fragile correspondence for sections A - MM (copies)
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