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Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 15:10:51 -0700
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I hope you'll find our "Mark Twain's New York" walking tours suitable for your 
calendar of upcoming events.  

We are presenting tours at 1:00 PM on the first and third Saturday each month, 
from April 2 to  October 15, with an additional outing (our annual Mark Twain's 
New York birthday tour) scheduled for Saturday, November 26th. Our website,, has complete information & pictures about tour 
highlights as well as useful links to other Mark Twain resources on the Web. 

Thanks much.  Here's the info: 


For immediate release
Contact: Peter Salwen, 917-620-5371

Discover Mark Twain's New York



LOCATION:  499 BROADWAY (between Broome & Spring Sts.) 

RESERVATIONS: call 917-620-5371 or email [log in to unmask]

PRICE:  $20

1 PM, first and third Saturday of the month, April - October

Saturday, April 2 
Saturday, April 16 
Saturday, May 7 
Saturday, May 21 
Saturday, June 4 
Saturday, June 18 
Saturday, July 2 
Saturday, July 18 
Saturday, August 6
Saturday, August 20 
Saturday, September 3
Saturday, September 17  
Saturday, October 1
Saturday, October 15  


Saturday,  November 26 (our annual Mark Twain's Birthday tour)


Over a hundred years after his death, Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) is still 
America's best-known and best-loved author -- and still a top best-seller. He 
also was the most celebrated New Yorker of his day, while New York itself played 

a major role in advancing and shaping Clemens' career, his ideas, and his 
personal and family life. 

Our two-hour "Mark Twain's New York" walking tour covers many aspects of the 
humorist's life and art, as we visit nearly two dozen places in lower 
Manhattan where Mark Twain lived, visited, did business, and generally made 
himself, as he put it, “the most conspicuous person on the planet.” 

Call (917-620-5371) or write ([log in to unmask]) for reservations, or visit us 
online at for further information.  

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From: The Mark Twain Circle of New York