Mark Twain Room Buffalo New York
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Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Buffalo, New York

    • by Walter Stevens
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      Buffalo is not one of the places that we normally associate with Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain. Perhaps America’s greatest writer, he spent the years of 186-1871 living in Buffalo as co-owner/editor of the Buffalo Express. The Mark

      Twain Room at the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library in Buffalo, New York, is a small room, but it is a rare treat for visitors to Buffalo. The hallmark of the room is the original handwritten manuscript of what ...

      • has been hailed as the United States’ greatest novel, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This is a rare sight to see, and there is a certain magic about standing in the same room as the manuscript that Twain himself wrote,
        looking at the words written in his own hand. If you are making a trip to Buffalo, take the time to check out the Mark Twain room if you are a lover of American literature. It is a sight you won’t likely see again.



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