Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Four (1900-1906)

Mark TWAIN (1835 - 1910) and The NEW YORK TIMES ( - )

This collection of articles by and about Mark Twain and his family was compiled by Barbara Schmidt, publisher of twainquotes.com. Included in Part Four of this chronological listing (1900-1906) are some of Twain’s short stories, speeches and letters, as they appeared in the New York Times in that decade. The original microfiche articles are available at the New York Times’ “Times Machine” website: https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/browser/. - Summary by John Greenman and Barbara Schmidt

Genre(s): Literary Collections

Language: English

Group: Mark Twain Articles in the New York Times

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 July 7, 1900 - TWO SPEECHES. Made in London by Choate and Twain John Greenman
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Play 02 October 13, 1900 - MARK TWAIN'S HOMECOMING & THE HERO AS MAN OF LETTERS John Greenman
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Play 03 October 16, 1900 - MARK TWAIN HOME AGAIN John Greenman
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Play 04 October 18, 1900 - BAZAAR FOR GALVESTON ORPHANS John Greenman
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Play 05 October 20, 1900 - MARK TWAIN AND GRANT - MAJOR POND'S TRIBUTE John Greenman
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Play 06 October 27, 1900 - MARK TWAIN'S IMPERISHABLE CHARACTERS John Greenman
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Play 07 November 13, 1900 - RECEPTION TO MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 08 November 16, 1900 - AUTHORS HONOR MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 09 November 17, 1900 - MARK TWAIN. The Lotos Club Dinner John Greenman
01:05:34
Play 10 November 22, 1900 - MARK TWAIN HAS GRIEVANCE John Greenman
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Play 11 November 23, 1900 - MARK TWAIN IS AVENGED John Greenman
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Play 12 November 24, 1900 - MARK TWAIN TO WOMEN. Public Education John Greenman
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Play 13 December 5, 1900 - DINNER TO MARK TWAIN. Aldine Association Dinner John Greenman
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Play 14 December 7, 1900 - BANQUET OF THE ST. NICHOLAS SOCIETY John Greenman
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Play 15 December 13, 1900 - HOW LIEUT. CHURCHILL ESCAPED FROM BOERS John Greenman
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Play 16 December 15, 1900 - Mark Twain at the Aldine Club John Greenman
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Play 17 January 5, 1901 - BISHOP POTTER SAYS HE WAS APPROACHED John Greenman
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Play 18 January 7, 1901 - Untitled Editorial on Anti-Imperialism John Greenman
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Play 19 January 11, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, LITERATURE AND WAR. Letter from Moncure Conway John Greenman
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Play 20 January 20, 1901 - MARK TWAIN ON HAZING John Greenman
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Play 21 January 21, 1901 - MARK TWAIN SAYS WOMEN SHOULD VOTE John Greenman
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Play 22 February 3, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TELLS ABOUT PAWNBROKERS John Greenman
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Play 23 February 7, 1901 - CERTAINLY FALSE, BUT PROBABLY FUNNY John Greenman
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Play 24 February 8, 1901 - AGREES WITH MARK TWAIN; MARK TWAIN'S YOUNGER DAYS - letters to the editor John Greenman
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Play 25 February 9, 1901 - MR. CHRISTIAN PATRIOT AND MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 26 February 12, 1901 - BLUE AND GRAY PAY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN John Greenman
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Play 27 February 28, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, OSTEOPATH John Greenman
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Play 28 March 1, 1901 - [Letter to the Editor] MARK TWAIN, OSTEOPATH John Greenman
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Play 29 March 14, 1901 - MARK TWAIN A WITNESS [Rudyard Kipling Suit] John Greenman
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Play 30 March 17, 1901 - MARK TWAIN ON TRAINING THAT PAYS John Greenman
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Play 31 March 22, 1901 - DEMAND THAT TWAIN RETRACT John Greenman
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Play 32 March 24, 1901 - LOTOS CLUB'S WELCOME TO THE GOVERNOR [Article edited to include only Mark Twain's speech] & SLANDER'S MASK OF HUMOR John Greenman
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Play 33 March 27, 1901 - MARK TWAIN, PLAINTIFF John Greenman
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Play 34 March 31, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TELLS OF HIS BUSINESS VENTURES John Greenman
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Play 35 April 25, 1901 - MARK TWAIN TO THE CLUB (Letter to the Get Together Club) John Greenman
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Play 36 May 4, 1901 - MR. MABIE. THE SPEECH OF MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 37 May 10, 1901 - MARK TWAIN AT PRINCETON John Greenman
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Play 38 May 12, 1901 - MARK TWAIN READS TO WOMEN John Greenman
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Play 39 May 29, 1901 - A MISSOURI SOCIETY NOW John Greenman
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Play 40 July 23, 1901 - LETTER FROM MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 41 October 11, 1901 - BURGLARIES ALARM RIVERDALE RESIDENTS John Greenman
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Play 42 October 18, 1901 - MARK TWAIN MAKES A SPEECH John Greenman
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Play 43 October 30, 1901 - MARK TWAIN AND SETH LOW SPEAK John Greenman
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Play 44 November 7, 1901 - ‘‘THE ACORNS’‘ HOLD AN ELECTION JUBILEE John Greenman
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Play 45 November 8, 1901 - TWAIN'S RIVAL STORY TELLER John Greenman
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Play 46 November 10, 1901 - BRITONS HERE TOAST THEIR KING EDWARD John Greenman
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Play 47 November 17, 1901 - MR. CHOATE ARRAIGNED BEFORE LOTOS CLUB John Greenman
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Play 48 December 1, 1901 - SONS OF SCOTLAND MAKE MERRY John Greenman
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Play 49 January 29, 1902 - MR. ROCKEFELLER'S CLASS John Greenman
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Play 50 February 5, 1902 - PETITION TO STOP WAR John Greenman
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Play 51 March 9, 1902 - MARK TWAIN ON MEDICINE John Greenman
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Play 52 April 1, 1902 - THE KANAWHA AT SANTIAGO John Greenman
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Play 53 April 8, 1902 - COMING BACK FROM CUBA John Greenman
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Play 54 April 9, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S NEW HOME [Tarrytown, NY] John Greenman
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Play 55 April 21, 1902 - CLARA MORRIS TELLS OF STAGE LIFE'S TRIALS & HELEN KELLER AND MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 56 June 1, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S VISIT [to Hannibal] John Greenman
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Play 57 June 5, 1902 - DEGREE FOR MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 58 June 7, 1902 - [Editorial] MARK TWAIN'S FAREWELL? & MARK TWAIN'S FAREWELL [speech in St. Louis, MO] John Greenman
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Play 59 June 8, 1902 - MARK TWAIN AMONG SCENES OF EARLY LIFE. [Horace Bixby] John Greenman
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Play 60 June 18,1902 - GEN. PORTER HONORED AT LOTOS CLUB DINNER John Greenman
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Play 61 August 20, 1902 - MARK TWAIN PROTESTS John Greenman
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Play 62 September 6, 1902 - MARK TWAIN ON ''HUCK FINN.'' John Greenman
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Play 63 October 22, 1902 - MARK TWAIN'S JOKE John Greenman
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Play 64 November 29, 1902 - MARK TWAIN ENTERTAINED [67th Birthday] John Greenman
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Play 65 November 30, 1902 - WHEN TWAIN GOT HIS SAY [birthday speech] John Greenman
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Play 66 January 10, 1903 - MARK TWAIN'S SKULL John Greenman
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Play 67 March 28, 1903 - ''THE STOLEN WHITE ELEPHANT'' as a Play John Greenman
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Play 68 March 31, 1903 - RACES ON THE MISSISSIPPI John Greenman
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Play 69 May 3, 1903 - MARK TWAIN’S TAXES REDUCED John Greenman
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Play 70 June 28, 1903 - MARK TWAIN’S ROAST CHICKENS John Greenman
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Play 71 October 4, 1903 - MARK TWAIN REFLECTS John Greenman
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Play 72 October 16, 1903 - MARK TWAIN FOR LOW John Greenman
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Play 73 October 24, 1903 - MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 74 October 25, 1903 - MARK TWAIN MAKES SOME PARTING REMARKS John Greenman
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Play 75 November 9, 1903 - MARK TWAIN’S VILLA NEAR FLORENCE John Greenman
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Play 76 April 10, 1904 - MARK TWAIN TO REFORM THE LANGUAGE OF ITALY John Greenman
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Play 77 June 7, 1904 - MARK TWAIN'S WIFE DEAD John Greenman
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Play 78 June 8, 1904 - FUNERAL OF MRS. CLEMENS (Rites in Italy) John Greenman
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Play 79 June 14, 1904 - TWAIN WOULD BE AN EXHIBIT (at World's Fair) John Greenman
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Play 80 June 29, 1904 - MARK TWAIN SAILS FOR NEW YORK John Greenman
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Play 81 July 13, 1904 - CLEMENS BRINGS WIFE'S BODY John Greenman
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Play 82 July 15, 1904 - MARK TWAIN'S WIFE BURIED IN ELMIRA John Greenman
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Play 83 August 2, 1904 - MARK TWAIN'S DAUGHTER HURT - Her horse killed John Greenman
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Play 84 August 18, 1904 - ‘‘MARK TWAIN’‘ LEASES HOUSE John Greenman
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Play 85 September 15, 1904 - H. H. ROGERS HOME AGAIN. Mark Twain Meets Him John Greenman
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Play 86 December 22, 1904 - MARK TWAIN PLACE SOLD [Tarrytown] John Greenman
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Play 87 April 9, 1905 - A TALK WITH MARK TWAIN'S CAT, THE OWNER BEING INVISIBLE John Greenman
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Play 88 May 15, 1905 - MERCIFUL MARK TWAIN WRITES TO MAIMED GIRL John Greenman
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Play 89 August 20, 1905 - MARK TWAIN ILL OF GOUT John Greenman
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Play 90 September 10, 1905 - TWAIN'S TRIBUTE TO ENVOYS John Greenman
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Play 91 November 4, 1905 - INDEPENDENTS WARM UP FOR IVINS AND JEROME John Greenman
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Play 92 November 24, 1905 - MARK TWAIN DINNER John Greenman
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Play 93 November 26, 1905 - MARK TWAIN: A HUMORIST’S CONFESSION John Greenman
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Play 94 November 28, 1905 - MARK TWAIN THE PRESIDENT’S GUEST John Greenman
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Play 95 December 6, 1905 - CELEBRATE MARK TWAIN'S SEVENTIETH BIRTHDAY John Greenman
00:33:39
Play 96 December 19, 1905 - MARK TWAIN SPEAKS AFTER BERNHARDT ACTS John Greenman
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Play 97 December 22, 1905 - JOAN OF ARC APPEARS TO STARTLE MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 98 January 3, 1906 - PATRICK'S FIGHT FOR LIFE John Greenman
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Play 99 January 4, 1906 - PLAYERS DINE MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 100 January 17, 1906 - MARK TWAIN AT THE SHOW John Greenman
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Play 101 January 18, 1906 - FOR A MONUMENT TO FULTON John Greenman
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Play 102 January 21, 1906 - MARK TWAIN PAYS FOR FUN John Greenman
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Play 103 January 23, 1906 - CHOATE AND TWAIN PLEAD FOR TUSKEGEE John Greenman
00:30:47
Play 104 January 30, 1906 - VIEWS OF MARK TWAIN ON BEING IN CONGRESS John Greenman
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Play 105 February 8, 1906 - TWAIN ON ROCKEFELLER, JR. John Greenman
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Play 106 February 17, 1906 - ENDS OF THE EARTHERS FOREGATHER HERE AGAIN John Greenman
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Play 107 February 18, 1906 - FOR A MONUMENT TO FULTON John Greenman
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Play 108 February 20, 1906 - TWAIN'S LATEST MAXIM John Greenman
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Play 109 February 21, 1906 - TWAIN THE GREATEST John Greenman
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Play 110 March 5, 1906 - POLICE HUSTLE CROWD AWAITING MARK TWAIN John Greenman
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Play 111 March 9, 1906 - TWAIN'S WANING CONSCIENCE John Greenman
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Play 112 March 12, 1906 - CARNEGIE ASSAULTS THE SPELLING BOOK John Greenman
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Play 113 March 23, 1906 - ROCKEFELLER, JR., THERE IN SPITE OF NEW HEIR John Greenman
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Play 114 March 27, 1906 - NEVER TOO ILL FOR A STORY John Greenman
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Play 115 March 30, 1906 - ARMS TO FREE RUSSIA, TCHAYKOFFSKY'S APPEAL & TWAIN AND CHOATE TALK AT MEETING FOR BLIND John Greenman
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Play 116 April 3, 1906 - MARK TWAIN LETTER SOLD. Written to Thomas Nast John Greenman
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Play 117 April 4, 1906 - MARK TWAIN TALKS TO COLLEGE WOMEN John Greenman
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Play 118 April 6, 1906 - MARK TWAIN ON J. W. FOLEY John Greenman
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Play 119 April 8, 1906 - TWAIN AND SIR PURDON LAUD SMITH GRADUATES John Greenman
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Play 120 April 10, 1906 - MORNINGSTAR WINNER IN BILLIARD OPENING John Greenman
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Play 121 April 12, 1906 - GORKY AND MARK TWAIN PLEAD FOR REVOLUTION & HOPPE DEFEATS CUTLER; SCHAEFER WINS EASILY John Greenman
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Play 122 April 13, 1906 - MAXIM GORKY VISITS TOMB OF GRANT John Greenman
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Play 123 April 15, 1906 - GORKY AND ACTRESS ASKED TO QUIT HOTELS & MARK TWAIN TELLS HOW TO MANAGE AUDIENCES John Greenman
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Play 124 April 19, 1906 - SUTTON BEATS SLOSSON BY SUPERIOR BILLIARDS John Greenman
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Play 125 April 20, 1906 - MARK TWAIN APPEALS FOR THE 'SMITTEN CITY' & MARK TWAIN [poem by James Ernest Caldwell] John Greenman
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Play 126 April 22, 1906 - CALIFORNIA'S WOMEN HERE ARE GOING TO AID John Greenman
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Play 127 May 7, 1906 - MARK TWAIN OUT AGAIN. Recovered from Bronchitis John Greenman
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Play 128 May 21, 1906 - FOR A BOOTH MEMORIAL John Greenman
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Play 129 September 18, 1906 - A PEOPLE'S LOBBY TO WATCH CONGRESS John Greenman
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Play 130 September 20, 1906 - SPELLING AND PICTURES AND TWAIN AT DINNER John Greenman
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Play 131 September 23, 1906 - MISS CLEMENS IN CONCERT John Greenman
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Play 132 November 5, 1906 - ''MARK TWAIN'' INDORSES EXPOSURE OF MRS. EDDY John Greenman
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Play 133 November 24, 1906 - BAR MARK TWAIN'S BOOK John Greenman
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Play 134 December 8, 1906 - MARK TWAIN IN WHITE AMUSES CONGRESSMEN John Greenman
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Play 135 December 9, 1906 - TWAIN PLEADS FOR THANKS John Greenman
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Play 136 December 10, 1906 - [Editorial] A HUMORIST AT HIS BEST John Greenman
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Play 137 December 11, 1906 - MARK TWAIN, LOBBYIST John Greenman
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Play 138 December 12, 1906 - TWAIN'S PLAN TO BEAT THE COPYRIGHT LAW & WATTERSON SAYS FREELY THAT HE IS A JINGO John Greenman
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Play 139 December 23, 1906 - TWAIN AND THE TELEPHONE John Greenman
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