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Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 15:11:37 -0400
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For your viewing pleasure, here is the Mark Twain Tonight poster from his
first (that I know about) visit to Phoenix in 1975. My memory isn't that
good - I had to match the date to calendars from that era. The most fun
fact from this is that the best seats (we bought two of them) were a
princely seven dollars. It was an awesome night that I still remember
clearly. Went to several more of his shows in Arizona before we moved east
in 1990. The most memorable was a night that his material was colorful
enough that a couple of Phoenix's genteel citizens walked out. Twain still
had the power to offend. What better recommendation could you hope for as a

Terry Ballard
Assistant Director of Technical Services for Library Systems
The New York Law School
185 West Broadway, New York, NY, 10013
Author of the forthcoming book "Google this"

"My memory has a mind of its own."