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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:

Letter from Notre Dame University to John and Margaret Shaw, 1965-12

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.3
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"Last August, I had the opportunity of visiting with the Holy Father in Rome regarding several important projects...."

Dates: 1965-12

Letter from Peter Doyle to Walt Whitman, 1868-09-27

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.1
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"...I visited the Theatre since I wrote last to see the Black Crook. I had no idea that it wasa so good. Some of the scenes was magnificient [sic]. Harry (No. 11) sends you his love...."

Handwritten note on verso (author unknown) reads: This letter written in 1868. Doyl[e] then a young man. Note envelope is addressed by Whitman. HGe probabl6y gave Doyle envelopes so inscribed - He did this for others, and also for his mother.

Dates: 1868-09-27

Letter from Seven Gables Bookshop to Tulsa Public Library, 1948-07-13

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.3
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"We had the pleasure recently of a visit from Wyllis Wright of Williamstown, Massachusetts, who told us of your program for building a Walt Whitman collection at the Tulsa Public Library...."

Dates: 1948-07-13

Letter from Stanford University Libraries to Tulsa Public Library, 1950-03-03

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.3
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Thank you note for receiving a copy of Tulsa Public Library's list of Whitman materials.

Dates: 1950-03-03

Letter from The Saturday Review of Literature to Tulsa Public Library, 1948-01-27

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.3
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"I haven't any knowledge myself about the bibliography. The man most likely to know...would be Professor Gay W. Allen..."

Dates: 1948-01-27

Letter from Walt Whitman to Conway, 1868-02-17

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.1
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"...I am willing that Mr. Hotten should sell his English publication of my poems in the United States on condition of paying me one shilling on every copy...." TBI 295.

Dates: 1868-02-17

Letter from Walt Whitman to J.D.A. Ward, April 12

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.5
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"...Dear Sir, In a letter from John Swinton as he speaks of your kind desire to subscribe for some copies of my new edition...."

Dates: April 12

Letter from Walt Whitman to unidentified recipient, 1887-10-04

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.5
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"...Nothing very different with me - I am just going out for a drive - cool and bright weather - hear from Dr. Bucke always writes me cheerily and chipper...."

Dates: 1887-10-04

Letter from Yale University Library to Tulsa Public Library, 1949-08-02

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.5
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Acknowledgement of Tulsa Bibliophiles gift of Whitman materials.

Dates: 1949-08-02

Lithograph for "Our Poet's Corner", 1895-12

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.14
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Plate No. 23 from the Masterpiece Library featuring Walt Whitman in hat, coat, and vest, as an elderly man. Printed by Riddle and Couchman, Lithographers (London).

Dates: Publication: 1895-12