Mark Twain Directs His Publisher to Set Two Lines of Text in Facsimile, Not Typeface

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Mark Twain Directs His Publisher to Set Two Lines of Text in Facsimile, Not Typeface
Autograph Note Signed
1 page | SMC 1617

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      A brief note anent composition, from Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), directing either Elisha or Frank Bliss to set something up in facsimile rather than type.


      Autograph Note Signed (with initials, "SLC"), 1 page, oblong octavo, no place, no date.
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