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Scott Holmes <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 21 Sep 2020 12:39:55 -0700
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I would certainly like to see them.  I do include photos and drawings of 
many locations visited by Twain, through the years, especially the 
venues from the Twain-Cable tour.  English sites would be welcome.  
Thank you.

On 9/21/20 12:26 PM, Paul Schullery wrote:
> Scott:
> I have some tolerable but unexceptional recent photos of the Tedworth Square house if you'd like me to email them to you.
> Paul Schullery
>> On Sep 21, 2020, at 12:58, Philip Bauer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Scott, are you aware of his English residences?  Is that what you are looking for?   1896 in Guildford and later that year rented a home at 23 Tedsworth Square.  (You can still see that home on Google maps.)      1898  lived at 30 Wellington Court for a short time before renting a home just outside the city limits at Dollis Hill.    I believe this is all accurate subject to anyone's correction.
>> Phil Bauer
>>> On 9/21/2020 2:38 PM, Joseph Csicsila wrote:
>>> Appendix C in Volume 5 of the Letters is a transcription of Twain's 1872
>>> "English Journals."
>>> Joe Csicsila
>>>> On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 2:32 PM Scott Holmes <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>> I've just discovered Robert Regan's 1976 article on "English Notes":  A
>>>> Book Mark Twain Abandoned.  He mentions three extant portions of this
>>>> lost manuscript, of which I have found two.  The third. "Property in
>>>> Opulent London", I have not found.
>>>> It occurs to me, from  descriptions in Regan's article, of his diaries,
>>>> journals, and manuscripts created while working on this "book", that
>>>> there may be material of a geographic nature.  I know little of his
>>>> first three trips to England and would like to include discussion of
>>>> them on my twainsgeography web site.
>>>> Perhaps someone may share a PDF of this obscure piece.  I would be much
>>>> obliged.
>>>> Scott