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Public Meeting under the Auspices of the American Academy and the National Institute of Arts and Letters, Held at Carnegie Hall, New York, November 30, 1910. In Memory of Samuel Langhorne Clemens ( Mark Twain).

Record of Public Meeting][Mark Twain]

Published by New York. American Academy of Arts and Letters. ., 1922
From Gadshill (Providence, RI, U.S.A.)

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103 pp. 4 1/4" W x 6 3/4" H. A tribute to Mark Twain by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, on the occasion of his death. William Dean Howells chaired the meeting as President of the Academy. Charming and intimate addresses were given by Joseph H. Choate, Joseph H. Twitchell, Joseph G. Cannon, Champ Clark, George W. Cable and Colonel Henry Watterson. An original poem was read by Henry Van Dyke. Uncommon. Ex libris with bookplate (The Phllips Exeter Academy, the Woodberry Collection Bequeathed by George Edward Woodberry of the Class of 1872), marked withdrawn, blind stamp on title page and shelf number modestly on spine. Very minimal wear at ends of spine. Else Very Good +. M. Johnson, Biblio.Mark Twain; BAL 2379 (Cable); BAL Refs. (Clemens); BAL 9818 (Howells). (All for 1910 issue as Proceedings). Tan stiff printed paper wraps. Text bordered by double lines in all margins throughout. ? Second Edition (Copyright 1911, 1922). Bookseller Inventory # 10595

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Title: Public Meeting under the Auspices of the ...

Publisher: New York. American Academy of Arts and Letters. .

Publication Date: 1922

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