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Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892

 Person

Dates

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

Biography

American poet.

Found in 112 Collections and/or Records:

"Walt Whitman and His Doctors", 1964

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.8
Scope and Contents From the Item:

Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.

Dates: Publication: 1964

"Walt Whitman and Lafayette", 1961-11-11

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.8
Scope and Contents From the Item:

Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.

Dates: Publication: 1961-11-11

Walt Whitman as "The Good Gray Poet", 1869

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.8.2
Scope and Contents

Portrait of Walt Whitman, reproduced for the Walt Whitman Sesquicentennial Commemorative series of postcards; this postcard is No. 5. Caption reads: Walt Whitman as "The Good Gray Poet" after the Civil War.

Dates: 1869

Walt Whitman ephemera, 1854-1975

 Item
Identifier: 1976-015
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Walt Whitman Fellowship (International)

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.5
Scope and Contents

Unused membership registration card. On verso is printed the Fellowship's constitution.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Walt Whitman Foundation

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.5
Scope and Contents From the Item:

Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Walt Whitman in 1854

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.7.2
Scope and Contents

Portrait of Walt Whitman, reproduced for the Walt Whitman Sesquicentennial Commemorative series of postcards; this postcard is No. 2 in the series. Caption reads: Walt Whitman in 1854, when he was writing "Leaves of Grass." This is sometimes referred to as the "Christ" photograph.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Walt Whitman in 1863

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.7.5
Scope and Contents

Portrait of Walt Whitman, reproduced for the Walt Whitman Sesquicentennial Commemorative series of postcards; this postcard is No. 4. Caption reads: Walt Whitman as he looked in 1863, while he was nursing the sick and wounded soldiers in Washgington. Photograph taken by Brady's studio.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Walt Whitman library, Undated

 Collection
Identifier: 1954-002
Scope and Contents The Tulsa Bibliophiles, or Tulsa Bibliophile club, was a group of like-minded men including John Ellinghousen, James Gourley, Rush Greenslade, V. J. Houston, John Bennett Shaw, and Edward J. Soph. They were committed to collecting all of the first edition works by Walt Whitman. In February of 1952, Greenslade and the others endowed the first rare book room in the north basement of McFarlin Library to house the Whitman Collection. In May of 1966 the Bibliophiles transferred title to TU of...
Dates: Undated