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Mark Twain: The Complete Interviews
LibriVox recordings of the 258 known, publicly-printed interviews with Mark Twain

Read in English by John Greenman.

This collection of the 258 known, publicly-printed interviews of Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) was compiled by Gary Scharnhorst and published by the University of Alabama Press. The interviews are in the Public Domain, and our thanks go to Gary Scharnhorst and the University of Alabama for making them available for this Public Domain audio recording. They were compiled in the University of Alabama Press book entitled "Mark Twain: The Complete Interviews" and are arranged, chronologically, from Twain's first authenticated interview in 1871, to his last interview in 1910. Here's how Professor Scharnhorst has characterized the interviews:

Interviews 1-20 The Growth of Mark Twain's Early Reputation, 1871-1884

Interviews 21-39 The "Twins of Genius" Tour, 1884-1885

Interviews 40-59 The Best and Worst of Times, 1886-1895

Interviews 60-81 Across North America, 1895

Interviews 82-120 Across Australia, Asia, and Africa, 1895-1896

Interviews 121-151 "Ambassador at Large" and Man of Letters, 1897-1901

Interviews 152-170 Last Visit to Mississippi, 1902

Interviews 171-195 At Large, 1902-1906

Interviews 196-220 "Dean of Humorists," 1906-1907

Interviews 221-235 Visit to Oxford, 1907

Interviews 236-258 The Long Goodbye, 1907-1910

Extensive analysis (for instance how other publications interpreted identical interview sessions), notes, appendix and index are included in the printed work. - Summary by John Greenman

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  1. Introduction (2.6Mb)
  2. "Brevities" - Dec. 21, 1871 (1.1Mb)
  3. "Mark Twain as a Pedestrian," Boston Evening Journal, Nov. 14, 1874 (2.9Mb)
  4. "Mark Twain: His Recent Walking Feat," Hartford Times, Nov. 14, 1874 (5.2Mb)
  5. "Political Views of a Humorist," New York Herald, Aug. 28th, 1876 (6.5Mb)
  6. "A Connecticut Carpet-bag," New York World, Dec. 24, 1876 (5.1Mb)
  7. "Mark Twain's Tenets," Boston Globe, Mar. 19, 1877, page 3, col. 2 (5.6Mb)
  8. "Mark Twain's Opinion", New York World, Apr. 28, 1877 (4.1Mb)
  9. "Mark Twain and His Chinaman," Garth, New York Daily Graphic, May 3, 1877 (1.8Mb)
  10. "The Start for Germany," New York Times, April 12, 1878 (6.3Mb)
  11. "Mark Twain Interviewed," Richard Whieing, New York World, May 11, 1879 (15.1Mb)
  12. "Mark Twain Back Again," New York Sun, Sep. 3, 1879 (6.7Mb)
  13. "Mark Twain Home Again," New York Times, Sep. 3, 1879 (7.3Mb)
  14. "Mark Twain's Return," New York Herald, Sep. 3, 1879 (4Mb)
  15. "Mr. Twain Again with Us," New York World, Sep. 3, 1879 (6.1Mb)
  16. "An 'Innocent Abroad': 'Mark Twain' in Montreal," Montreal Gazette, Nov. 28, 1881 (6.1Mb)
  17. "An 'Innocent' Interviewed: Mark Twain Pays a Visit to St. Louis," St. Pouis Post-Dispatch, May 12, 1882 (9.2Mb)
  18. "A Day with Mark Twain" (May 12, 1882), Rollingpin's Humorous Illustrated Annual (New York, 1883) (11.5Mb)
  19. "Mark Twain's Travels," St. Louis Globe-Democrat, May 13, 1882 (4Mb)
  20. "Mr. Mark Twain Excited on Seeing the Name of Capt. C.C. Duncan in Print," New York Times, June 10, 1883 (10.2Mb)
  21. "Mark Twain and the Police," Boston Herald, Nov. 16, 1884 page 16 (3.7Mb)
  22. "Mark Twain as Lecturer," New York World, Nov. 20,1884 (4.9Mb)
  23. "Mark Twain and the President," Philadelphia Press, Nov. 27, 1884 (3.3Mb)
  24. "Mark Twain's Ideas: A Talk with the Humorist," Blatimore American, Nov. 29, 1884 (10.9Mb)
  25. "Mark Twain Encountered," Rochester Herald, Dec. 8, 1884 (6.9Mb)
  26. "The Genial Mark: An Interview," Toronto Globe, Dec. 9, 1884 (1.3Mb)
  27. "The Funny Men in Bed," Detroit Post, Dec. 17, 1884 (1.1Mb)
  28. "Mark Twain Gets Shaved," Pittburgh Penny Press, Dec. 29, 1884 (4.8Mb)
  29. "Talk with Twain," Pittsburgh Chronicle, Dec. 29, 1884 (8.4Mb)
  30. "Mark Twain," Pittsburgh Post, Dec. 29, 1884 (3.4Mb)
  31. "The Humorists Interviewed," Cincinnati Enquirer, Jan. 3, 1885 (6.4Mb)
  32. "A Great Humorist," Louisville Post, Jan. 5 1885 (5.3Mb)
  33. "Cable and Twain: The Author and the Humorist Arrive in the City Today," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jan. 9, 1885 (7.1Mb)
  34. "Two of a Kind: Samuel L. Clemens and George W. Cable," St. Louis Chronicle, Jan. 9, 1885 (5.5Mb)
  35. Fort Madison (Iowa) Democrat, Jan. 21, 1885 (6Mb)
  36. "Clemens and Cable," Minneapolis Tribune, Jan. 25, 1885 (6Mb)
  37. "Talk with Mark Twain," Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin, Jan. 29, 1885 (6.1Mb)
  38. "Mark Twain Interviewed," Lafayette (ind.) Courier, Feb. 6, 1885 (4.4Mb)
  39. "The Re-Mark-Able Twain," Detroit Free Press, Feb. 15, 1885 (8.3Mb)
  40. "Mark Twain's Wicked Moment," Brockville (Can.) Evening Recorder, Feb. 18, 1885 (2Mb)
  41. "Table Talk," Boston Literary World, May15, 1886 (1.2Mb)
  42. "Mark Twain Abroad," St. Paul and Minneapolis Daily Pioneer Press, June 30, 1886 (1.8Mb)
  43. "Assuming the Children," Chicago Tribune, July 9, 1886 (8.2Mb)
  44. "Twain in Court," Philadelphia Daily News, Aug. 3, 1886 (1.8Mb)
  45. "A Day with Mark Twain," Chicago Tribune, Sept. 19, 1886 (10.5Mb)
  46. "The Insolence of Office," New York World, Mar. 23, 1888 (3Mb)
  47. "Mark Twain Chatty: He Tells of His Former Life as a Reporter," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 19, 1889 (13Mb)
  48. "Mark Twain and His Book," Pall Mall Gazette (London), Dec. 23, 1889 (12.1Mb)
  49. "Mark Twain at Home," New York World, Jan. 1890 (25.2Mb)
  50. "Mark Twain's Lawsuit," Hartford Courant, Jan. 18, 1890 (11.2Mb)
  51. "Rudyard Kipling on Mark Twain," New York Herald, Aug. 17, 1890 (30.3Mb)
  52. "Mark Twain on Kipling," New York World, Aug. 24, 1890 (11.6Mb)
  53. "Literary Leaves: 'Mark Twain' to Live Abroad for Two Years," Boston Journal Supplement, May 16, 1891 (1.9Mb)
  54. "Mark Twain on Humor," New York World, May 31, 1891 (22.5Mb)
  55. "Colony of Mermaids: Mark Twain to Exhibit a Lot of Fish-tailed Girls," Chicgo Inter-Ocean, April 15, 1893 (3.7Mb)
  56. "Mark Twain Gone Abroad," St. Louis Republic, April 1, 1894 (16.6Mb)
  57. "Mark Twain in Town," New York Sun, April 15, 1894 (1.9Mb)
  58. "Mark Twain Goes Abroad," New York Sun, Aug. 16, 1894 (2.7Mb)
  59. "Mark Twain in Paris," New York Sun, Jan. 27, 1895 (11.9Mb)
  60. "The Henry Murder: Mark Twain Theorizes on the Bloody Hand Prints Found," Elmira Advertiser, June 24, 1895 (5.6Mb)
  61. Unidentified Cleveland newspaper (Cleveland Leader?), July 16, 1895 (7.3Mb)
  62. Detroit Journal, July 18, 1895 (2.7Mb)
  63. "Mark Twain: Something Concerning the Great Humorist," Petoskey (Mich.) Reporter, July 21, 1895 (2.5Mb)
  64. "Not 'Roughing It' Now," Minneapolis Journal, July 23, 1895 (6.5Mb)
  65. "Twain," Minneapolis Penny Press, July 23, 1895 (6.3Mb)
  66. "Talk with Mark Twain," St. Paul Dispatch, July 24, 1895 (2.4Mb)
  67. "Mark Twain in Winnipeg," Winnipeg Tribune, July 27, 1895 (3.9Mb)
  68. "A Chat with Clemens," Free Press (Winnipeg), July 27, 1895 (3.5Mb)
  69. "An Interview," Nor'wester (Winnipeg), July 27, 1895 (4.8Mb)
  70. "Mark Twain Talks," Grand Forks Herald, July 30, 1895 (2.8Mb)
  71. "Mark Twain: The Great Humorist Has Arrived in Spokane," Spokane Chronicle, Aug. 7, 1895 (2Mb)
  72. "Mark Twain Arrives in Spokane," Spokane Spokesman-Review, Aug. 7, 1895 (5.5Mb)
  73. "Mark Twain Interviewed," Globe (Toronto), Aug. 10, 1895 (12Mb)
  74. "Mark Twain Talks," Portland Oregonian, Aug. 11, 1895 (9.9Mb)
  75. "Mark Twain and Major Pond," Tacoma Union, Aug. 11, 1895 (7.4Mb)
  76. "The Same Old Twain," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Aug. 11, 1895 (8.4Mb)
  77. "Twain Brands a Fake," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Aug 14, 1895 (7Mb)
  78. "Mark Twain To Pay All," San Francisco Examiner, Aug. 17, 1895 (5.2Mb)
  79. "Mark Twain Unsuited," New Whatcom (Washington) Blade, Aug. 17, 1895 (1.7Mb)
  80. "Mark Twain Talks," Daily News-Advertiser (Vancouver), Aug. 20, 1895 (7.7Mb)
  81. "Twain's Programme," San Francisco Examiner, Aug 24, 1895 (9Mb)
  82. "Mark Twain Very Ill," New York World, Sept. 4, 1895 (8.2Mb)
  83. "Arrival of Mark Twain" Morning Herald (Sydney), Sept. 16, 1895 (4.7Mb)
  84. "Mark Twain: The Humorist's Arrival," Evening News (Sydney), Sept. 16, 1895 (7.9Mb)
  85. "Mark Twain in Sydney: A Further Interview," Argus (Melbourne), Sept. 17, 1895 (9.7Mb)
  86. "Visit of Mark Twain: Wit and Humour," Morning Herald (Sydney), Sept. 17, 1895 (13.4Mb)
  87. "A Ramble with Mark Twain: His Views on Men and Things," Daily Telegraph (Sydney), Sept. 17, 1895 (15.9Mb)
  88. "Mark Twain: A Talk about His Books," Evening News (Sydney), supplement, Sept. 21, 1895 (7.4Mb)
  89. "A Chat with Mark Twain," Sunday Times (Sydney), Sept. 22, 1895 (10.6Mb)
  90. "Mark Twain on Prohibition," Licensing Guardian (New South Wales), late September-early November 1895 (11.6Mb)
  91. "Mark Twain," Evening News (Melbourne), Sept. 26, 1895 (9.4Mb)
  92. "The Tramp in Melbourne: A Morning with Mark Twain," Herald Standard (Melbourne). Sept. 26, 1895, page 1; Sept. 27, 1895 (19.7Mb)
  93. "Mark Twain: Arrival in Melbourne," Age (Melbourne), Sept. 27, 1895 (8.1Mb)
  94. "Mark Twain Put to the Question," South Australian Register (Adelaide), Oct. 14, 1895 (12.4Mb)
  95. "Interview with Mark Twain," Courier (Ballarat, Australia), Oct. 21, 1895 (6Mb)
  96. "Mark Twain: Arrival in Hobart," Tasmanian News (Hobart), Nov. 2, 1895 (5.8Mb)
  97. "Mark Twain in Hobart: Some Impressions and an Interview," Mercury (Hobart), Nov. 4, 1895 page 4 (10Mb)
  98. Malcolm Ross, "A Chat with Mark Twain," Otago Times (Dunedin, N.Z.) Nov. 9, 1895 (8.3Mb)
  99. "Mark Twain: A Talk with the Famous Humorist," Lyttelton Times (Christchurch, N.Z.) Nov. 13, 1895 (7.1Mb)
  100. "Mark Twain at Home: A Chat with Mr. Clemens," Press (Christchurch, N.Z.), Nov. 13, 1895 (13.4Mb)
  101. "Mark Twain: Arrival in Auckland," New Zealand Herald (Auckland), Nov. 21, 1895 (8.4Mb)
  102. "A Chat with Mark Twain," New Zealand Mail (Wellington), Dec. 12, 1895 (15.9Mb)
  103. "Mark Twain: His Tour through New Zealand," Telegraph (Sydney), Dec. 20, 1895 (3.7Mb)
  104. "With Mark Twain," Bulletin (Sydney), Jan. 4, 1896 (11.7Mb)
  105. "Mark Twain in Colombo," Overland Times of Ceylon (Colombo), Jan. 14, 1896 (5.9Mb)
  106. "Mark Twain on His Methods of Work," Gazette (Bombay), Jan. 23, 1896 (12.8Mb)
  107. "Interview with Mark Twain," Times of India (Bombay), Jan. 23, 1896 (14.3Mb)
  108. "Mark Twain on the Relations between England and America," Gazette (Bombay), Jan. 24, 1896 (10.5Mb)
  109. "Sporting Notes, etc.," Asian (Calcutta), Feb. 7, 1896 (6.4Mb)
  110. "Mark Twain Interviewed: First Impressions of India," Englishman (Calcutta), Feb. 8, 1896 (15.9Mb)
  111. "Mark Twain in Calcutta," Statesman (Calcutta), Feb. 8, 1896 (5.4Mb)
  112. "Mark Twain in Calcutta," Indian Daily News (Calcutta) Mar. 26, 1896 (3.2Mb)
  113. Standard (Madras), Apr. 1, 1896 (15.8Mb)
  114. "Mark Twain in Durban," Natal Mercury (Durham, South Africa), May 8, 1896 (12.5Mb)
  115. "A Chat with Mark Twain," Star (Johannesburg), May 18, 1896 (7.4Mb)
  116. "Mark Twain: Mr. Clemens on the Rand," Standard and Diggers' News, (Johannesburg), May 18, 1896 (8Mb)
  117. "Mark Twain on the Rand," Times (Johannesburg), May 18, 1896 (6.4Mb)
  118. "Mark Twain at Queenstown," Diamond Fields Advertiser (Kimberley, South Africa), June 10, 1896 (1.3Mb)
  119. "Mark Twain in Port Elizabeth: An Interview," Eastern Province Herald and Port Elizabeth Commercial News (Port Elizabeth, South Africa), June 19, 1896 (11.2Mb)
  120. "Midland and Local Gleanings," Midland News and Karroo Farmer (Cradock, South Africa), June 30, 1896 (1.4Mb)
  121. "Mark Twain on Tour: Arrival in Cape Town," Cape Times (Cape Town, South Africa), Jul 7, 1896 (9.9Mb)
  122. "Mark Twain Amused," New York Journal, June 2, 1897 (2.3Mb)
  123. "Mark Twain Smiling through His tears," New York Herald, June 13, 1897 (8.4Mb)
  124. "Character Sketch/Mark Twain," Review of Reviews (London) Aug. 16, 1897: pages 123-133 (27.1Mb)
  125. "Mark Twain in Vienna," New York World, Dec. 13, 1897 (6.2Mb)
  126. "Mark Twain Proud and Happy," New York World, Mar. 13, 1898 (1.7Mb)
  127. "Mark Twain's Bequest," Times (London), May 23, 1898 (5.9Mb)
  128. "Mark Twain in London," Chronicle (London), June 3, 1899 (13.9Mb)
  129. "Twain's Farewell to Vienna," New York Times, June 11, 1899 (3.3Mb)
  130. "Mark Twain Talks," Buffalo Express, July 30, 1899 (16.1Mb)
  131. "Mark Twain Says He's Discouraged," New York World, June 17, 1900 (2Mb)
  132. "Mark Twain Returns after Nine Years," New York Herald, Oct. 4, 1900 (3.2Mb)
  133. "Mark Twain, the Greatest American Humorist, Returning Home, Talks at Length to The World," New York World, Oct. 14, 1900 (18Mb)
  134. "Mark Twain Home, an Anti-Imperialist," New York Herald, Oct. 16, 1900 (15.7Mb)
  135. "My Impressions of America," New York World, Oct. 21, 1900 (11.1Mb)
  136. "Wouldn't Work 30 Minutes for $500," New York World supplement, Oct. 21, 1900 (3.2Mb)
  137. "What Mr. Clemens Said," Hartford Courant, Oct. 26, 1900 (6.4Mb)
  138. "A Day with Mark Twain" New York Journal and Advertiser, Nov. 11, 1900, magazine supplement (10.3Mb)
  139. "Sure Mark Twain's in a Crooked Game," New York World, Nov. 12, 1900 (3.8Mb)
  140. "'This Beats Croquet,' Said Mark Twain at Football Game," New York World, Nov. 18, 1900 (5.1Mb)
  141. "Mark Twain Bests a Grasping Cabman," New York World, Nov. 23, 1900 (11.1Mb)
  142. "Mark Twain on Hazing," New York Times, Jan. 20, 1901 (2.2Mb)
  143. "Mark Twain Bearded in His New York Den by a Camera Fiend," New York Herald, Jan. 20, 1901 (19Mb)
  144. "Mark Twain, Expert on Trade Marks, Has Fun," New York Journal and Advertiser, March 14, 1901 (4.9Mb)
  145. "Mark Twain in the Woods," New York World Sunday Magazine, July 21, 1901 (12.1Mb)
  146. "Why Mark Twain Is for Seth Low," New York Evening Post, Oct. 8, 1901 (9.2Mb)
  147. "Mark Twain Won't Be Stump Speaker," New York Press, Oct. 8, 1901 (3.7Mb)
  148. "Mark Twain Will Vote and Work for Seth Low," New York World, Oct. 9, 1901 (3.5Mb)
  149. "Mark Twain Will Warmly Greet Robbers," New York Journal and Advertiser, Oct. 11, 1901 (2.5Mb)
  150. "Mark Twain Would Convert Tammany Police," New York Herald, Oct. 14, 1901 (9.5Mb)
  151. "To Challenge Mark Twain," New York Sun, Oct. 14, 1901 (3.3Mb)
  152. "Twain Would Be a Bill Poster!" New York Tribune, Oct. 31, 1901 (2.8Mb)
  153. "Mark Twain Laughs in Grain Pits," St. Louis Star, May 29, 1902, page 1, 7 (16.4Mb)
  154. "Mark Twain Here as St. Louis' Guest for the First time since 1861," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 29, 1902 (19.3Mb)
  155. "Mark Twain's Visit," St. Louis Globe-Democrat, May 30, 1902 (3Mb)
  156. "Mark Twain Sees the Home of His Boyhood," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 30, 1902 (9.7Mb)
  157. " 'Mark Twain' Comes Back to Missouri," St. Louis Republic, May 30, 1902 (12.3Mb)
  158. "Mark Twain Dines with His Sweetheart of Old Time Days," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 31, 1902 (14.3Mb)
  159. "Attention of Old friends Moves Mark Twain to Tears," St. Louis Republic, May 31,1902 (11.4Mb)
  160. "Mark Twain Visits His Old Sweetheart," St. Louis Republic, June 1, 1902 (9.7Mb)
  161. "Mark Twain Takes a Drive with His Schoolmate's Daughter," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 2, 1902 (9Mb)
  162. "Mark Twain Going Home," Hannibal Morning Journal, June 3, 1902 (2.1Mb)
  163. "Good-Bye to Mark Twain: The Last Interview," Hannibal Courier-Post, June 3, 1902 (1.8Mb)
  164. "Dr. Mark Twain at a Smoke Talk," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, June 6, 1902 (7.8Mb)
  165. Ralls County Record, June 6, 1902 (8.3Mb)
  166. "Renewed Welcome to Mark Twain," St. Louis Republic, June 6, 1902 (1.2Mb)
  167. "Mark Twain at the Wheel Again," St. Louis Star, June 6, 1902 (3.2Mb)
  168. "Mark Twain at Pilot Wheel; Bids Farewell to Mississippi," St. Louis Republic, June 7, 1902 (3.5Mb)
  169. "The Eugene Field Memorial Tablet," St. Louis GLobe-Democrat, June 7, 1902 (3Mb)
  170. "Mark Twain's Return to Hannibal," St. Louis Republic magazine, June 8, 1902 (7.7Mb)
  171. "Mark Twain Bids Missouri Farewell," St. Louis Republic, June 9, 1902 (6.4Mb)
  172. "My First Vacation and My Last," New York World Magazine, Sept. 7,1902 (16.5Mb)
  173. "MarkTwain: His Wit and Humor," New York Evening Journal, Dec. 20, 1902 (17.3Mb)
  174. "Men of Today Who Make the World Laugh: Mark Twain," New York Evening World, Apr.13, 1903 (4.2Mb)
  175. "Mark Twain's Door Open to Burglars," New York Herald, June 15, 1903 (3.7Mb)
  176. "Twain Off Shooting Shafts of Humor," New York Evening Journal, Oct. 24, 1903 (11.3Mb)
  177. "Mark Twain's Pictures," Ladies' Home Journal 20 (November 1903): page 1 (2.1Mb)
  178. "Mark Twain on the Law of Copyright," Sketch (London), Mar. 30, 1904 (9.8Mb)
  179. "Mark Twain to Reform the Language of Italy." New York Times, Apr. 10, 1904 (3.8Mb)
  180. "Will You Keep His Feet, as They Are 'My Last and Solely for My Use,' " Boston Globe morning edition, Aug. 25, 1905 (2Mb)
  181. "In Genial Mood," Boston Globe, Nov. 6 1905 (16.3Mb)
  182. "Mark Twain Would Kill Bosses by Third Party," New York Herald, Nov. 12, 1905 (14.7Mb)
  183. "Mark Twain at 70," Hartford Courant, Nov. 25, 1905 (15.6Mb)
  184. "Mark Twain: A Humorist's Confession," New York Times first magazine section, Nov. 26, 1905 (13Mb)
  185. "What I Am Thankful For," New York World Magazine, Nov. 26, 1905 (17.3Mb)
  186. Marlen E. Pew, "Samuel L. Clemens Interviews the Famous Humorist, Mark Twain," Seattle Star, Nov. 30, 1905 (13.9Mb)
  187. "Twain Calls Leopold Slayer of 15,000,000," New York World, Dec. 3, 1905 (9.5Mb)
  188. "Mark Twain in 'Uncle Joe's' Lair," New York Herald, Jan. 30, 1906 (4.5Mb)
  189. "Congress Admires Mark Twain's Hair," New York World, Jan. 30, 1906 (4.9Mb)
  190. "Mark Twain Pays Tribute to Servant," Hartford Courant, Feb. 28, 1906 (3.6Mb)
  191. "Mark Twain Too Lazy for a U.S. Senator," New York Herald, Mar. 11, 1906 (4.3Mb)
  192. "Huckleberry Finn's End Disappoints Mark Twain," New York American, March 18, 1906, magazine section (6.3Mb)
  193. "Mark Twain on Ocean Scenery," New York Herald Magazine, April 15, 1906 (4.2Mb)
  194. "Gorky Evicted Twice in a Day from Hotels," New York World, April 15, 1906 (3.3Mb)
  195. "Mark Twain's Position," New York Times, April 15, 1906 (2.6Mb)
  196. "Mark Twain's Memories of City," New York Tribune, April 20, 1906 (3.1Mb)
  197. "Mark Twain-Dean of Our Humorists," Human Life 3 (May 1906): pages 1-2 (7.7Mb)
  198. "Mark Twain Well Again," New York Tribune, May 13, 1906 (0.8Mb)
  199. "Mark Twain's Guide to Health," Boston Sunday Post, May 20, 1906 (13.1Mb)
  200. "Polk Miller's Visit to Mark Twain," Charranooga Times, July 7, 1906 (4.5Mb)
  201. "Twain Awes Capitol," Washington Herald, Dec. 8, 1906 (19.2Mb)
  202. "Mark Twain Demands Thanks of Congress, and Right Away, Too," Washington Times, Dec. 8, 1907 (2.3Mb)
  203. "Heard at the Capitol," Washington Post, Dec. 12, 1906 (2.9Mb)
  204. "Twain's Plan to Beat the Copyright Law," New York Times, Dec. 12, 1906 (6.4Mb)
  205. "Ervin Justice, "Mark Twain's Actually in Earnest," New York World, Dec. 16, 1906, E3 (4.5Mb)
  206. "Twain and the Telephone," New York Times, Dec. 23, 1906 (3.5Mb)
  207. "Mark Twain in White Greets 1907," New York Tribune, Jan. 1, 1907 (2.3Mb)
  208. "Little Old N.Y. Is Good Enough for Me-Twain," New York Evening Journal, Jan. 9, 1907 (1.9Mb)
  209. "Tributes to Poet by Men of Letters," New York Times pictorial section, Feb. 24, 1907 (6.2Mb)
  210. "Mark Twain Sails South," New York Herald, March 17, 1907 (1.2Mb)
  211. "Mark Twain's Wanderings at an End," New York Times, March 31, 1907 (7.6Mb)
  212. "Cub Reporter Has Interview with Mark Twain: Humorist Asks Himself One Question," Elmira Advertiser, April 4, 1907 (3.7Mb)
  213. "Mark Twain Is Going to Be a Buccaneer," New York American, April 23, 1907 (5.8Mb)
  214. "Marooned Mark Twain," Norfolk (Va.) Ledger-Dispatch, May 1, 1907 (2.6Mb)
  215. "Twain Hesitates to Admit He's Dead," New York American, May 5, 1907 (2.1Mb)
  216. "'I'm Not Lost at Sea,' Says Twain," New York World, May 5, 1907 (1.2Mb)
  217. "Mark Twain Tells Literary Secret and Many Other Things," Baltimore News, May 10, 1907 (16.1Mb)
  218. "As Mark Twain Watched Drill," Baltimore American, May 11, 1907 (14.2Mb)
  219. "Mighty Mark Twain Overawes Marines," New York Times, May 12, 1907 (14.4Mb)
  220. "Mark Twain's Visit Ends," Maltimore News, May 11, 1907 (2.7Mb)
  221. "Mark Twain Departs," Baltimore Sun, May 12, 1907 (10.8Mb)
  222. "Mark Twain Sails; Shiest Man Aboard," New York American, June 9, 1907 (4.3Mb)
  223. "Mark Twain in London," Westminster Gazette, June 18, 1907 (6.1Mb)
  224. "Mark Twain on the Secrets of Youth," Leader (London), June 19, 1907 (7.8Mb)
  225. "Mark Twain at Windsor," Evening News (London), June 20, 1907 (2.2Mb)
  226. "Mark Twain Again Meets His Former Chum Edward," New York American, June 23, 1907 (6.3Mb)
  227. "Mark Twain Meets King Edward," Leader (London), June 24, 1907 (5.1Mb)
  228. "His Hat on before the King: Mark Twain Kept Covered, but by the Queen's Order,"New York Times, June 24, 1907 (2.4Mb)
  229. "Oxford Pageant: What Mark Twain Thought of the Show," London Daily News, June 28, 1907 (1.6Mb)
  230. "Mark Twain Living Up to His Degree," New York Times, June 30, 1907 (5.6Mb)
  231. "Mark Twain," Chronicle (London), July 2, 1907 (3.5Mb)
  232. "Mark Twain for Penny Post," New York Sun, July 2, 1907 (5.2Mb)
  233. "Sleepy, But Happy: Mark Twain's Regretful Farewell," London Daily News, July 12, 1907 (3.3Mb)
  234. "Twain Postpones Funeral," New York Times, July 13, 1907 (2.2Mb)
  235. "Twain Home with English Jokes at 30 Cents a Word," New York American, July 23, 1907 (8Mb)
  236. "Mark Twain Recalls Happy Days in 'Frisco," New York Evening World, July 23, 1907 (3.2Mb)
  237. "'It's an Awful Thing to Get a Reputaion for Being Funny', Says Mark Twain," New York World Magazine, Aug. 25, 1907 (7.7Mb)
  238. "Mark Twain's Ideal Pipe," New York Press, Sept. 15, 1907 (4Mb)
  239. "A Prince of Humorists: Interview with 'Mark Twain,' " Great Thoughts from Master Minds, Oct. 5, 1907 (11.2Mb)
  240. "Mark Twain on the Scope of the Children's Theater," Brooklyn Eagle news special, Nov. 24, 1907 (14.5Mb)
  241. "Twain out $32,000 in Plasmon Failure," New York American, Dec. 21, 1907 (6.9Mb)
  242. "Rival Jokesmiths Off for Bermuda," New York World, Feb. 23, 1908 (2.6Mb)
  243. "Mark Twain Faced 2 Perils," New York American, April 14, 1908 (3.9Mb)
  244. "Mark Twain Meets the Cardinal," New York American, May 10, 1908 (1.5Mb)
  245. "Mark Twain Cannot 'Bubble Humor,' He Says, as Demanded," New York American, Sept. 8, 1908 (2.2Mb)
  246. "Burglar Chase at Mark Twain's Ends in Shooting," New York World, Sept. 19, 1908 (10.5Mb)
  247. "Twain Says He Told Her 'Book a Mistake,' " New York American, Sept. 27, 1908. sec.2 (3.4Mb)
  248. "Owner of Virginian in Excellent Health," Norfolk (Va.) Ledger-Dispatch, April 2, 1909. page 1 (3.3Mb)
  249. "Mark Twain Delighted the Little Ones," Norfolk (Va.) Ledger-Dispatch, Apr. 5, 1909 (4.2Mb)
  250. "Mark Twain, Rockefeller and Others Pay Tribute to the Dead," Boston Herald, May 20, 1909 (1.8Mb)
  251. "Mark Twain's High Esteem for Dr. Hale," Baltimore News, June 10, 1909 (1.1Mb)
  252. "Twain Puts Blame on the Typesetter," Baltimore News, June 10, 1909 (8.1Mb)
  253. "Mark Twain Their Guest," Baltimore Sun, June 11, 1909 (6.1Mb)
  254. "Twain Pokes Fun at Union Station and Pities City," Baltimore Star, June 11, 1909 (9.7Mb)
  255. "Mark Twain's Smokes," Danbury (Conn.) Evening News, Aug 3, 1909 (5.6Mb)
  256. "Mark Twain Hastily Returns to Bermuda," New York World, Jan. 6, 1910 (23.4Mb)

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