Autograph book containing a Mark Twain signature, 1906-1907.


Mulvey, Daniel Terrance. Autograph book containing a Mark Twain signature, 1906-1907.

Autograph book containing a Mark Twain signature, 1906-1907.

Mulvey, a page in the U.S. Senate, collected the signatures of many U.S. senators as well as that of Senate visitor Mark Twain.

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