Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892
- Existence: 1819-05-31 - 1892-03-26
Found in 112 Collections and/or Records:
Reproduction of an engraved portrait of Walt Whitman as an elderly man, wearing hat and coat. Includes a reproduction of Whitman's autograph below the image.
Reproduction of a engraved portrait of Walt Whitman in middle-age. Executed by Stephen Alonzo Schoff after an original portrait by Charles Hine. Used in the 1860 edition of "Leaves of Grass".
Printed poems include: "Old Age's Lambent Peaks", "A Carol Closing Sixty-Nine", and "To Get the Final Lilt of Songs".
Announcement postcard, unaddressed, for Horace Traubel's lecture on Walt Whitman, presented in Steinert Hall, Boston, Massachusetts; plus three individual admission tickets to the lecture.
Originally entitled, "Convalescence", but crossed out.
Portrait of Walt Whitman, illustrated in ink, in the style of a lino or woodcut.
"Peter Doyle from the author with love...Pete do you remember (of course you do - I do well) those great long jovial walks we had out of Washington moonlight nights...."
Printed on verso: An Interesting Walt Whitman Item. Specimen Days and Collect.... Inscribed to A.F. Goldsmith from the owner [---].
Regarding recently Whitman acquisitions that may be of interest.
Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.
Response to Tulsa Book Shop's request for a copy of the June 1940 issue of their journal.