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Miscellany, 1855-1905 (continued)
Advertisement copies for Leaves of Grass, Passage to India, and Democratic Vistas, [1871?] See Container 6, Lincoln Material, item no. 207 (continued)
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Memoranda during the War, [1875]
Portions of three copies of the book
(208)
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Six copies of the first printed page
(209)
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"To Walt Whitman," a poem by Guillermo Dulce, 1876, Apr. 6 See Container 6, Lincoln Material, item no. 210
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Envelope addressed by Whitman to John Hay, 1887, Mar. 10
(211)
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Title page for the 1889 edition of Leaves of Grass, circa 1889
(212)
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Check for fifty dollars from Whitman to Oldach & Co., 1889, Oct. 3 See Container 6, Whitman Broadsides, item no. 213
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Correspondents other than Whitman, 1896-1905
(214)
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Bucke, Richard M., Calamus, press comments, 1897
(215)
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Lists of names, 1886, undated
(216)
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Calling cards, 1873 , 1881 , undated
(217)
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Newspaper and magazine clippings by or about Whitman, 1860-1892
(218)
1 of 3
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2 of 3
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3 of 3
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Newspaper clippings collected by Whitman, 1848-1891
(219)
1 of 2
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BOX 5 REEL 3 2 of 2
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Cardboard butterfly, undated See Container 8, item no. 220
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Miscellaneous items, including advertisements, leaflets, maps, time tables, travel folders, portraits, and envelopes, 1876-1883 , 1895-1899, undated See also Oversize
(221)
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BOX 5-6 REEL 3-4 Proofs and Offprints, 1864-1891
(Catalog item nos. 292-317).
Proofs and offprints of Whitman's poems, prose, and speeches, as well as articles about Whitman and poems by poets other than Whitman.
Arranged sequentially by catalog item number.
Available on microfilm. Shelf no. 18,499
BOX 5 REEL 3 "The Battle of Naseby," by William Collins, undated
(292)
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"The Bridge of Sighs," by William Collins, undated
(293)
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Introduction to Robert Ingersoll's lecture "Liberty and Literature," 1890
(294)
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"Death of Abraham Lincoln," [circa 1879] See Container 6, Lincoln Material, item no. 295
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"The Eighteenth Presidency!" undated
(296)
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"Fifty-First New York City Veterans," 1864
(298)
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"A French Opinion of Walt Whitman," undated
(299)
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BOX 5 REEL 4 Good-bye My Fancy, circa 1891
(300)
1 of 2
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2 of 2
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BOX 6 REEL 4 "John Anderson My Jo," by Robert Burns, undated
(301)
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"The Midnight Visitor" and "John Anderson My Jo," undated (303) See Container 2, verso item no. 74
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"Walt Whitman: Poet and Philosopher and Man," by Horace L. Traubel, undated
(307)
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"The Passions," by William Collins, undated
(308)
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"To the Year 1889," circa 1889
(310)
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"Visits among Army Hospitals," undated
(311)
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"What Lurks behind Shakespeare's Historical Plays," 1884
(313)
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"A Word out of the Sea," undated
(314)
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Unidentified, undated
(316a)
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Portion of the proof of an article on Whitman, undated
(317)
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"By Emerson's Grave," 1882
(317a)
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"Father Taylor (and Oratory)," undated
(317b)
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"Sounds of the Winter," 1891
(317c)
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"Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking," German translation by Karl Knortz, undated
(317d)
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"On, on the same, ye Jocund Twain!" undated
(317e)
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"My 71st Year," circa 1890 See same container, Lincoln Material, item no. 317f
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