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Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 10:43:20 -0400
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For the occasion I vistied the Twain House, the guides should have been
for more than the general public.  During the Fall Twain Symposium of 1992,
were given a special tour in the morning before the house opened to the
Among those in this group were Louis Budd, Jim Cox, Michael Kiskis, Harold
Jim Zwick, Jeffrey Steinbrink, Kerry Driscoll, and the Director of the
Buffalo and Erie
County Public Library, to which the missing, re-discovered manuscript of
_Huckleberry Finn_ had recently been returned.  Marianne Curling, the
Curator, did
not seem to be intimidated.

John H. Davis, Ph.D.
Chowan College
Murfreesboro, NC