Twain at Stormfield. Lots of views of the house in one place here:

Interesting that the article in *Country Life *implies he didn't have much
to do with the design of the house. (Most know that the architect was
Howells' son, John Mead Howells.) Do you think that is true?

- Alain

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On Mon, Mar 16, 2020 at 4:22 PM miki pfeffer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Here are photos of Villa Viviani. It is presently an events venue but still
> shows details that Grace King and her sister Nan described in letters from
> their visit to the Clemenses in 1892.
> Enjoy.
> Miki Pfeffer
> --
> Miki Pfeffer, Ph D
> *A** New Orlean**s Author i**n Mark Twain's Court: *
> *Letters from Grace King's New England Sojourns   *
> (LSU Press, 2019)
> *Southern Ladies and Suffragists: Julia Ward Howe and Women's Rights at the
> 1884 New Orleans World's Fair   *(University Press of Mississippi, 2014)