; INSCRIBED BY TWAIN TO BRET HARTE in purple ink on the white of the baby dress: "The most determined singer in America sends his warm regards to the most notorious one [referring to Harte's literary fame]. (Signed) Langdon Clemens," and continued on the bottom and right-hand margins: "The lady is his aunt who sat for his mother and did it very well indeed, with the exception of the resemblance -- she broke down there"; in red moire silk folding case with morocco label. In very good condition." /> CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne. Carte-de-visite photograph of Langdon Clemens, Mark Twain's only son (who died at 19 months) showing him in spring 1871 at about 6 months old, in baby dress, being held by his aunt, <I>the image 92 x 57 mm, on tan card with photographer's imprint below: "J.E. Larkin, Elmira, N.Y." a few slight abrasions</I>; INSCRIBED BY TWAIN TO BRET HARTE in purple ink on the white of the baby dress: "The most determined singer in America sends his warm regards to the most notorious one [referring to Harte's literary fame]. (Signed) Langdon Clemens," and continued on the bottom and right-hand margins: "The lady is his aunt who sat for his mother and did it very well indeed, with the exception of the resemblance -- she broke down there"; <I>in red moire silk folding case with morocco label</I>. In very good condition. | Christie's