Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892
- Existence: 1819-05-31 - 1892-03-26
Found in 112 Collections and/or Records:
Numbered keepsake with season's best wishes from Alred Goldsmith. Image features an artist's portrayal of Walt Whitman entitled "Men of the Day", from "The Fifth Avenue Journal". This copy No. 68.
Includes mounted metal print blocks for the image and the text.
Mailing envelope printed with the Walt Whitman's House logo from a woodcut by Egmont Arens; postmarked from Camden, New Jersey; addressed to the Public Library, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Carbon copy of a typed membership roll; handwritten and typed lists of Whitman bibliographical materials; auctioneer and bookseller catalogs, etc.
Admission ticket to a musical program celebrating the 130th anniversary of the birth of Walt Whitman. Held in the Junior Ball Room of the Hotel Walt Whitman. Directed by Professor John Alnmquist and sponsored by the Walt Whitman Foundation.
"...Yes, my friend, I will supply you with some little outdoor sketches...."
An artificial collection containing 45 rpm discs, 78 rpm discs, 10 inch discs, 12 inch discs, thirty-four 33 1/3 rpm discs, and one 10.5" reel mono recording.
Correspondence, minor writings, photographs, and ephemera all by or about Walt Whitman.
Printed poems by Walt Whitman include: "A Font of Type"; "To You"; and "O Captain! My Captain!".
Studio portrait of Walt Whitman as a middle-aged man, with short-cut hair and trimmed beard. Alledged to have been take while Whitman was at work onb "Leaves of Grass".
Photographer's logo and printed notation on verso: This photograph is copied froom another picture and must not be taken as a sample of our work direct from life. Geo. G. Rockwood.
Studio portrait of Walt Whitman, pictured in suit coat, vest, and tie; with short-cut hair and trimmed beard.