National Geographic : 1946 Mar
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byRichard H.Stewart Mark Twain's Lively Imagination Developed in This Boyhood Hannibal Home Built byHis Father in1844 Many home incidents in Tom Sawyer really happened here. Mark did throw clods at brother Henry and he did give painkiller tothecat. The museum, atleft, holds some of Twain's books, manuscripts, his music box, and one of his famous white coats. A modern sprinkling system protects roofs against fire.