Sunday, 7 March 2010

Mark Twain and his Conklin Fountain Pen

 Mark Twain's library. Photo by Jack E, Boucher

"I have been a prisoner to the pen for most of my life. I wouldn't pick one up again to sign the death certificate of my greatest enemy." However, Twain did infact use his Conklin pen nearly every day.

An original letter about Mark Twain and the Conklin Pen unearthed, published and commented on by Kamakura Pens. Read more...

 Mark Twain (1830-1910) in 1867. Library of Congress

For a list of articles on Conklin fountain pens, see the Peaceable Writer blog.

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