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Mark Twain Near Death

April 20, 2010 |  1:27 am



 April 20, 1910, Mark Twain

April 20, 1910: Samuel Clemens "has been perfectly conscious and in possession of all his faculties throughout his illness and, weak though he is, frequent flashes of the characteristic wit that made him a unique figure when in health, appear in his conversations with his physicians and nurses,” The Times says. 

On the jump, the police surgeon discusses the problems of jailing alcoholics.



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April 20, 1910, Alcoholic Prisoners

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