Illustration from WASHINGTON TIMES, June 28, 1907
reprinting the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
I like his face.
- quoted in interview in "Mark Twain Tells Sea Tales," New York Sun, June 19, 1907
Shaw is a pleasant man; simple, direct, sincere, animated; but self-possessed,
sane, and evenly poised, acute engaging, companionable, and quite destitute
of affectation. I like him.
- autobiographical dictation, August 25, 1907; reprinted in Mark Twain's Library: A Reconstruction
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