$40,000 for Twain's Library
HOLLYWOOD, April 13 (AP) - The auction of Mark Twain's library and furnishings brought more than $40,000 and his daughter's home here probably will bring $60,000, the auctioneers said today. The four-day auction ended last night on the five-acre estate of Mrs. Clara Clemens Samossoud, Twain's only surviving child.
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