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Identifier: DOC MSS 32
Overview The bulk of this collection consists of material accumulated over a 90-year lifetime by Cyril Clemens, founder and president of the International Mark Twain Society. It documents Clemens' dedication to promoting the memory of his cousin Mark Twain, his fascination with notables of the literary and political worlds, and his wide-ranging interest in European and American literature, history, and politics, along with the culture of the St. Louis area. His and his family's strong Catholicism is...
Identifier: DOC MSS 35
Overview This collection incorporates the remaining Cyril Clemens material that reached the Archives after Cyril's death on May 16, 1999. The arrangement of series follows that established in DOC MSS 32, the Cyril Clemens Manuscript Collection. The "Clippings Series" includes material by and about Cyril Clemens, while the "Pamphlets and Publications Series" contains items bearing on the history and culture of St. Louis and Missouri. The collection is organized into 6 series: 1. Clippings; 2....
Identifier: DOC MSS 47
Overview This collection has only 1 series: 1. Diaries. These diaries were kept by Bryan Mullanphy Clemens, Cyril Clemens' paternal grandfather, during the late 1890s. They reached the Archives through Cyril's niece Mary Gotwals, who had procured them from her uncle's estate after his death. They are apparently part of a series of diaries that Bryan Clemens produced around the turn of the twentieth century; other volumes are housed in the Cyril Clemens Manuscript Collection, DOC MSS 32.
- Names: Clemens, Cyril C. X