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Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1819-05-31 - 1892-03-26

American poet.

Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:

"A tip-top caricature of Walt Whitman, forming No. 18 of the burlesque portraits...."

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.6
Scope and Contents Aa handwritten advertisement in Whitman's hand, promoting No. 18 of the burlesque portraits of "Men of the Time", currently appearing in the shop windows of major cities.
Dates: 1854 - 1975

"A Feast of Reason - The Flow of Soul", 1889-05-31

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.6
Scope and Contents Professionally printed program with a reproduction of portrait of Whitman on recto. Copy 1 bears a reproduction of Whitman's portrait by Frederick Gutekunst; copy 2 bears a reproduction of Whitman's portrait by Alfred Francis Goldsmith.

Gutekunst, Frederick Goldsmith, Alfred Francis
Dates: Event: 1889-05-31

Book plate prototype

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.4
Scope and Contents Reproduction of an engraved portrait of Walt Whitman, possibly a prototype for a proposed book plate for the organization. Text above and below the image reads: The Tulsa Bibliophiles. This is no book.
Dates: 1854 - 1975

Brooklyn's Walt Whitman Memorial, 1931-05-31

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.6
Scope and Contents Event program for the ceremony for the unveiling of a plaque, executed by Alexander Finta and placed on Fulton and Cranberry Streets in Brooklyn--the location where Leaves of Grass was first printed.
Dates: Publication: 1931-05-31

Celebration of Walt Whitman's 83rd Birthday, 1903-05-30

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.6
Scope and Contents Event program for Whitman's birthday celebration, held at the residence of George W. Harrison, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: Publication: 1903-05-30

Charles E. Feinberg holiday greeting card

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2
Scope and Contents Recto of card contains a reproduction of a Whitman quote: The most important requisite now in the United States is a great fervid emotional passionate Nationality....

Inside greeting: My best wishes to you and yours....
Dates: 1854 - 1975

Charles E. Feinberg lecture, 1965-03-25

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2
Scope and Contents Manhattan College Lecture series announcement for Charles E. Feinberg's lecture "Walt Whitman in His Letters", presented on the college campus in Smith Auditorium.
Dates: Event: 1965-03-25

Commemorative postmarked envelope, 1940-02-20

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.5
Scope and Contents Legal-sized envelope with Camden, New Jersey postmark and 2 cancelled 5-cent Whitman commemorative postage stamps. The envelope bears engraved cameos of famous Americans plus a sepia-toned thumbnail-sized photo-reproduction of Whitman pasted onto the lower left envelope corner. Typewritten addressee is C.A. King, 175-28 89th Ave, Jamaica Long Island, NY.
Dates: Issued: 1940-02-20

Commemorative US postage stamp

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.5
Scope and Contents Commemorative Walt Whitman five-cent postage stamp.
Dates: 1854 - 1975

[Digital print]

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.15