Autograph Letter Signed

Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871

Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871
Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871

Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871    Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871
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"MARK TWAIN" CLEMENS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/29/1871 - HFSID 16921. SAMUEL CLEMENS Clemens handwrote and signed this 1871 letter to his lecture manager while planning his fall/winter lecture tour.

In it, he advises Redpath to announce the title of his lecture as "To be announced" - good advice, as he changed his lecture at least three times. Autograph letter signed "Mark" in pencil. Redpath, probably James Redpath of Redpath's Lyceum Bureau in Boston, Massachusetts.

Redpath - Don't be in any hurry about announcing the title of my lecture. Just say To be announced. " Because, I wrote a new lecture to-day entitled simply " D. According to our researcher, this letter was probably written around July 27, 1871. He'd notified Redpath on July 10 that he would tour on the lecture circuit for the fall/winter season (approximately October to January of the next year).

He went through a number of lectures during this time. His first was supposed to be a funny one about giving the vote to boys but, according to this letter, he had decided to develop an unknown lecture called D. " Ultimately, he decided to use neither, and started the tour with one entitled "Reminiscences of Some Pleasant Characters Whom I Have Met - which he dropped in late October during a stop in Washington, DC in favor of a lecture on his friend and mentor Artemus Ward. We really do hope that Redpath took Clemens' advice to just say'To be announced. Above all, he was a skillful essayist and novelist whose lasting contributions to American literature include Tom Sawyer (1875), Huckleberry Finn (1885) and A Connecticut Yankee At King Arthur's Court (1889).

With "Boston Lyceum Bureau" stamp in black ink, dated June 29, 1871, at top right corner touching writing. Pages have been torn neatly on left from a pad or larger sheet. Folded once vertically and thrice times horizontally. See more material from these signers. See more listings in our AUTHORS (1,853).

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  1. Authentication: Numbered COA issued by Gallery of History, Inc.
  2. Original/Reproduction: Original
  3. Object Type: Autograph Letter Signed
  4. Signed by: Samuel L. Clemens
  5. Autograph Type: Autograph Letter Signed
  6. Autograph: Authentic Original

Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871    Samuel L. Mark Twain Clemens Autograph Letter Signed 06/29/1871