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1901 Mark Twain Writes To Cuyler Reynolds Samuel Clemens Autograph Letter Signed

   Greatly admired for his wit and creativity, his best-known works are. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. The latter is often referred to as The Great American Novel. At the turn of the century, he was also curator and director at the Albany Institute of History and Art. This letter, dated April 10, 1901 and addressed to Reynolds from Twain, is accompanied by its original transmittal envelope. It is clearly a reply to Reynolds, and it reads: Dear Sir, There is a most solid obstruction: if I wrote it it would be the property of the Harpers. The letter's sight is 5 1/4" x 4"; it is ...