HUCK FINN SEDUCES MARK TWAIN
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARK TWAIN!
The name of this wax museum isn’t printed on the verso, but the postcard was printed in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, so I have to assume it’s the American Historical Wax Museum.

SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS “MARK TWAIN” 1835 - 1910:
American novelist worked as a printer, Mississippi river boat pistol and newspaper reporter. His novels “Innocents Aboard,” “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” “Tom Sawyer,” and many more brought him fame as America’s foremost humorist. He is shown with Huck Finn, one of his famous literary figures.

Note their typo: Innocents ABOARD instead of ABROAD.

HUCK FINN SEDUCES MARK TWAIN

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARK TWAIN!

The name of this wax museum isn’t printed on the verso, but the postcard was printed in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, so I have to assume it’s the American Historical Wax Museum.

SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS “MARK TWAIN” 1835 - 1910:

American novelist worked as a printer, Mississippi river boat pistol and newspaper reporter. His novels “Innocents Aboard,” “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” “Tom Sawyer,” and many more brought him fame as America’s foremost humorist. He is shown with Huck Finn, one of his famous literary figures.

Note their typo: Innocents ABOARD instead of ABROAD.