Brick from Stormfield Mansion

From Mark Twain House and Museum

Brick from Stormfield Mansion. Stormfield was the mansion built in Redding, Connecticut for author Samuel Clemens, best known as Mark Twain, who lived there from 1908 until his death in 1910. He derived the property's name from the short story "Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven". The building was destroyed in a 1923 fire, with a smaller replica built at the same site the following year. Original Clemens
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The Mark Twain House & Museum, Gift of Miss Florence T. Gay, 1937.
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