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Mark Twain Study, Outside
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The Mark Twain Study was built for Samuel Clemens in 1874 by his sister-in-law, Susan Crane. The study was originally located at Quarry Farm, in the hills east of Elmira, NY, but was moved to the campus of Elmira College in 1952.

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