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October – Sam inscribed a copy of Memoirs of Samuel Pepys for Susan Crane: “Stolen from / Mrs. Susan L. Crane / by/ her most loving & almost only brother-in-law / SL. Clemens / Riverdale, October, 1901” [MTP].

Sam also inscribed No. 15 of Chatto & Windus’ edition of his works to: John Y. MacAlister: “To J.Y.W. MacAlister with the very best regards of the Author. Riverdale, New York City. Oct. 1901” [MTP: American Art Assoc. catalogs, Jan. 4, 1928, Item 91].

Sam also inscribed his 1901 photo by Theodore C. Marceau to an unidentified person:“Mark Twain… October 1901” [MTP: Am. Art Assoc. catalogs, 13 Mar. 1918, Item 79].

Sam inscribed a copy of John Kendrick Bangs’ Over the Plum-Pudding (1901): “S.L. Clemens, Riverdale Oct. 1901” [Gribben 45].

Sam inscribed a copy of Sidney Webster’s (1828-1910) Two Treaties of Paris and the Supreme Court (1901): “S.L. Clemens, Riverdale Oct. 1901” [Gribben 754].

Sam inscribed a copy of Sarah Pratt Greene’s Flood-tide (1901): “S.L. Clemens, Riverdale Oct. 1901” [Gribben 275]. Notes: on Apr. 29, 1903 Sam praised the book to William Dean Howells. On May 26, 1903 H.H.

Rogers wrote thanking Sam for the book [MTHHR 529].


Day By Day Acknowledgment

Mark Twain Day By Day was originally a print reference, meticulously created by David Fears, who has generously made this work available, via the Center for Mark Twain Studies, as a digital edition.