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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:

Portrait of Walt Whitman, 1863

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.7.4
Scope and Contents

Reproduction of a portrait of Walt Whitman. Typed caption on verso reads: From "Lincoln's Camera Man" - (Roy Meredith) NY - 1946 "from unpublished print taken by Brady in National Gallery in the sixties..." (according to Canby 1862).

Dates: 1863

Portrait of Walt Whitman, 1863

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.7.3
Scope and Contents

Reproduction of a portrait of Walt Whitman, originally signed and inscribed by Whitman, which reads: Walt Whitman, taken from life 1863 war time Washington DC. To Horace Traubel from his friend WW, June 1888.

Dates: 1863

Portrait of Walt Whitman, 1869

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.8.1
Scope and Contents

Studio portrait of Walt Whitman, pictured seated with his bearded head propped up by a close-fisted hand, with his elbow resting on a table.

Dates: 1869

Press cuttings

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2.8
Scope and Contents

Press cuttings of reviews of Whitman's writings, excised from newspapers, journals and magazines.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Prospecti

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Identifier: 1976.015.2.7
Scope and Contents

Prospectus featuring "O Captain! My Captain!" by William G. Schnelle advertising and illustration.

Prospectus of the Book of the Month Club special edition of Leaves of Grass with introduction by Christopher Morley and illustrations by Lewis Daniel.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Publications announcement

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Identifier: 1976.015.1.6
Scope and Contents

Unaddressed publications announcement for Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" and "Specimen Days and Collect"; and "Walt Whitman" by Richard Maurice Bucke.

Dates: 1854 - 1975

Relief print, 1972

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.1.12

Robert G. Ingersoll testimonial, 1899-10-21

 Item
Identifier: 1976.015.2
Scope and Contents

Individual admissionn tickets for seats in the east balcony and on the main floor for Robert G. Ingersoll's testimonial on Walt Whitman, presented at Horticultural Hall in [Philadelphia].

Dates: Event: 1899-10-21