MARK TWAIN LETTER FOUND
LONDON, June 9 (AP) - The Soviet picture magazine Ogonek reported today the
discovery of a hitherto unknown letter by Mark Twain. The magazine said the
letter, dated April 23, 1891, was addressed to a Russian "revolutionary"
writer, Stepnyak-Kravchinsky. The text of the letter was not given in the Moscow
radio report of the discovery. Ogonek said the two writers met in 1891 when
the Russian visited the United States to organize a "Society of the Friends
of Russian Freedom."