TWAIN HOME A REST CAMP.
Stormfield Estate to be a Retreat for Wounded Men.
Stormfield, the estate at Redding, Conn., which was the home of Mark Twain, has been given by his daughter, Clara Clemens (Mme. Ossip Gabrilowitsch) for the use of convalescent soldiers and sailors of he artistic professions.
Mme. Gabrilowitsch, though admitting that she had turned Stormfield over for the use of wounded men would not discuss the subject further, saying that the affairs of the organization which was to control the estate were not yet complete.
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