The winner Friday night was John Sharp.
Now onto our subject for today (and next Monday too). These are not as many pages as those we seen with the ball players.
The first cover from October of 1974 shows an elderly Twain. The cover next week does not.
Hopefully, there was something in this article useful, new, or at the very least interesting. Next week I will highlight Twain again but it will be from thirteen years later.
Again, the stuff you cone up with us always fascinating . Thanks, again for your kindness.ReplyDelete
Thanks again , for your continued kindness, it's much appreciatedReplyDelete
Twain was well known for what he did, but I never realized how many tragic things he went through. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
You would figure Twain would’ve had money so he could make that trip but I guess authors weren’t paid well back then.ReplyDelete
I found this more interesting than the ballplayers, whose life stories tend to sound all alike after a while.ReplyDelete
I bet a time traveler left that $50 where young Sam would find it.
Lots of things that I didn't know previously. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I didn't read the article... but I will say that's exactly how I picture Mr. Twain.ReplyDelete
P.S. Received your PWE in the mail today. Thanks John!
That look though...he ain't going out without a fight!ReplyDelete
That didn't disappoint.ReplyDelete