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Joseph Lemak
Tue, 8 Nov 2022 11:49:17 -0500
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Quarry Farm Fellowships

Deadline: Wednesday, November 30, 2023

For complete Quarry Farm Fellowship information, visit MarkTwainStudies.org.

The Center for Mark Twain Studies (CMTS) offers ten Quarry Farm fellowships
for 2023 to any scholar working in the field of Mark Twain Studies at any
career stage, giving Fellows the opportunity to work on academic or
creative projects at Quarry Farm, the family home of Twain’s sister- and
brother-in-law, Susan and Theodore Crane. Twain and his family lived at
Quarry Farm for over twenty summers. During this time, in an octagonal
study located about one hundred yards from the main house, Mark

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Scott Holmes
Mon, 7 Nov 2022 17:23:54 -0800
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Sam Clemens traveled from Carson to Lake Bigler (Tahoe) via an ambiguous
route to an ambiguous location.  Robert Stewart was provided me with a
possible route to Glenbrook via either the Kings Canyon road or the
Wagner's Clear Creek Road.  David Antonucci has provided me with a kml
file showing the Ash Canyon - Washoe Trail.  I'm wondering if  anyone
else out there in Twain-L land has done any research and/or has an
opinion on this issue. My maps are displayed at
https://twainsgeography.com/chapter/lake-tahoe-september-1861
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Thu, 3 Nov 2022 19:56:15 +0000
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I've had a couple of questions about John Adler's new Thomas Nast book
that I recently reviewed. For a preview of the book and answers to every
question you might have, you can visit his website:

https://thomasnast.com

Kevin
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Mac Donnell Rare Books
9307 Glenlake Drive
Austin TX 78730
512-345-4139
Member: ABAA, ILAB, BSA

You can browse our books at:
www.macdonnellrarebooks.com
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