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Jane Lampton Clemens, Keokuk, Iowa, 1888. Photograph by George Hassall.
Pamela Clemens Moffett, early 1860s. Courtesy of Mrs. Kate Gilmore and the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum,
Orion Clemens, early 1860s. Nevada Historical Society.
Henry Clemens, ca. 1858. Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum, Hannibal.
Samuel L. Clemens and Olivia L. Langdon. The porcelaintypes in purple velvet cases they exchanged during their engagement in
1869. His photograph was taken by Edwin P. Kellogg, Hartford.
Clara Spaulding with Susy Clemens in her lap, Olivia and Samuel Clemens, and John Brown, Edinburgh, August 1873. Photograph by
John Moffat. Mark Twain House and Museum, Hartford.
Karl Gerhardt’s bust of Grant, 1885. Mark Twain House and Museum, Hartford.
Karl Gerhardt, 1880s. Courtesy of Kevin Mac Donnell.
The Paige typesetter. Photograph by Albert Bigelow Paine.
Clara, Jean, and Susy Clemens with their dog Hash, Hartford, 1884. Photograph by Horace L. Bundy.
Margaret (Daisy) Warner as the Pauper and Susy Clemens as the Prince in their costumes for the Prince and the
Pauper play, Hartford, March 1886. Mark Twain House and Museum, Hartford.
Cast of A
Love-Chase: Clara Clemens as Art, Daisy Warner as Literature, Jean Clemens as Cupid, Susy
Clemens as Music, and Fanny Freese as a shepherd boy, Hartford, 1889. Mark Twain House and Museum, Hartford.
Olivia, Samuel, and Clara Clemens with James B. Pond (Clemens’s lecture agent) and his wife, Martha, aboard the SS Warrimoo, 23 August 1895, before the Clemenses departed from Victoria, B.C., on the world tour of 1895–96.
Courtesy of Kevin Mac Donnell.
Clemens in front of his boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri, while preparations were made for his formal photograph, 31 May
1902. Photograph by Anna Schnizlein. Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum, Hannibal.
The formal photograph, Hannibal, 31 May 1902, by Herbert Tomlinson.
Recipients of honorary degrees at the University of Missouri, 4 June 1902: Clemens with Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Secretary of
the Interior; Robert S. Brookings, millionaire founder of the Brookings Institute; James Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture; and
botanist Beverly T. Galloway. Used by permission of The State Historical Society of Missouri.
Two views (above and
below) of Clemens in his study at Quarry Farm, Elmira, New York, 1903. Mark Twain
House and Museum, Hartford.
Villa di Quarto, Florence, Italy, 1903–4.
Clemens in the garden of the Villa di Quarto, 1904. Photograph by Isabel Lyon.
Staff at the Villa di Quarto, 1904: Carlo Cosi, the chef; Adelasia Curradi, the upstairs maid; Gigia Brunori, the kitchen
maid; Katy Leary; Celestino Bruschi, the footman; Theresa Bini; Ugo Piemontini, the butler (possibly the Countess Massiglia’s
“handsome chief manservant”); and Emilio Talorici (?), the coachman. Photograph by Jean Clemens.
Clara Clemens in the garden of the Villa di Quarto, 1904. Photograph by Jean Clemens.
Olivia Clemens on her deathbed, Villa di Quarto, June 1904. Photograph by Jean Clemens.
Jean Clemens on her horse outside the Villa di Quarto, 1904. Photograph by Isabel Lyon.
Clara and Samuel Clemens with cats on shipboard after Olivia’s death, “July 1904, on the way home from Naples,
bringing Mrs. Clemens.” Photograph and note by Isabel Lyon.
Samuel and Jean Clemens at the Copley Greene house (“Lone Tree Hill”), Dublin, New Hampshire, 1905. Photograph by
Patrick McAleer holding a rabbit, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1905. Photograph by Isabel Lyon.
Isabel Lyon on Mount Monadnock, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1906. Photograph by Albert Bigelow Paine.
Upton House, Dublin, New Hampshire, 1906. Photograph by Isabel Lyon.
Albert Bigelow Paine, Dublin, New Hampshire, summer of 1906.
Albert Bigelow Paine with his wife, Dora, and their youngest daughter, Joy, Dublin, New Hampshire, summer of 1906.
Clemens in Henry H. Rogers’s car with Ernest Keeler, Rogers’s driver, 1906. Photograph by Albert Bigelow
Clemens at his seventieth birthday dinner at Delmonico’s, 5 December 1905, with Kate Douglas Riggs, Joseph H. Twichell,
Bliss Carman, Ruth McEnery Stuart, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Henry Mills Alden, and Henry H. Rogers. Photograph by Joseph Byron, New
Booker T. Washington speaking on behalf of the Tuskegee Institute at its “silver jubilee” celebration, with
Clemens sitting behind him on stage at Carnegie Hall, 22 January 1906. Photograph by Underwood and Underwood.
Helen Keller and Clemens, 1895. The inscription is in Clemens’s hand.
Clemens and Henry H. Rogers outside the Princess Hotel, Bermuda, 1908. Photograph by Isabel Lyon.
Joseph H. Twichell and Clemens, February 1905. Photograph by Jean Clemens.
William Dean Howells and Clemens, Lakewood, New Jersey, 28 December 1907.
Dorothy and George Harvey with Clemens, ca. 1903. The identifications are in Clemens’s hand.
Richard Watson Gilder, October 1904. Photograph by Jean Clemens.
Three views of Clemens in his bed at 21 Fifth Avenue, New York, from a series of photographs taken by Albert Bigelow Paine in
late February or early March 1906. In the photograph above, Clemens is reading the 24 February 1906 issue of Collier’s
Weekly with the morning newspapers piled on the pillow next to him.
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Samuel Clemens, Boston, Massachusetts, 1869. Photograph by James Wallace Black. Courtesy of Kevin Mac Donnell.