Twain’s 1909 November/December trip to Bermuda vs2

Updated Sketch of potential segment without narration. He traveled with his biographer Albert Bigelow Paine to celebrate what would be his last birthday (Bermuda). The last shot in this sequence is a photograph of Twain on board the Bermudian when it arrived in New York. The inscription on the photograph is essentially the Bain copyright. The Bain News Service accumulated photographs which were distributed to various newspapers. It was enhanced by receiving local pictures from its photo service subscribers as part of their reimbursement. Shortly after Twain arrived in New York his 29 year old daughter Jean, an epileptic, died from a heart attack thought to have been triggered by a seizure.

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