BUYS MARK TWAIN'S HOUSE.
G. L. Hunter Is Reported Acting for a Wealthy New Yorker.
REDDING, Conn., April 17. - The Mark Twain place, where stand the ruins of the former home of the author, burned three years ago [sic] has been sold to George Leland Hunter, who, it is understood, represents a wealthy New York man who is expected to erect an elaborate residence on the site.
Mr. Hunter recently purchased and occupies the house known as The Lobster Pot, given by Mark Twain to his social secretary, Miss Virginia Lyon. He is author of several books on tapestries.
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