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Elmira

The home of Jervis Langdon, Mark Twain's father-in-law. "Langdon built a fortune in the coal industry, which flourished thanks to several local railroad junctions."

Credits

Elmira Station, 1909 - Wikimedia Commons
Perspective Map of Elmira 1901 - Library of Congress
Rasmussen, R. Kent - Mark Twain A to Z

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