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The Walt Whitman correspondence

ZWN/4. This collection of correspondence covers the later years of Whitman's life and therefore includes details of his failing health and his references to the completion of his tomb. Whitman's correspondence with J W Wallace, J Johnson, Bessie and Isabella Ford, and Thomas Harned is included. J W Wallace's correspondence includes accounts of his mother's death and that of his witnessing four other deaths in three months. Dr J. Johnston is asked to send Whitman a photo of Whitman that he wishes to use for the second edition of his book 'Leaves of Grass'. Whitman's letter commending the Bolton Fellowship on their loyalty is also included and this group of items concludes with a First Edition copy of 'Leaves of Grass'.

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Letters to and from Walt Whitman - Indexes

ZWN/04/01. Contents: 1. Copy of a ms list by J W Wallace of letters and postcards received from Walt Whitman by J W Wallace and Dr J Johnston. Asterisked items do not appear in the book Visits to Walt Whitman of Two Lancashire Friends.

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General Letters to and from Walt Whitman

ZWN/04/02-14. Contents: 2. Ts of letters and postcards from Walt Whitman to J W Wallace and J Johnston. With note re inclusion/exclusion in Visits to Walt Whitman. | 3. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Peter Doyle, Washington DC, 1873. Ts by R M Bucke. Printed copy of Whitman's account of his first meeting with William Ingram. With a letter from Ingram concerning his long friendship with Whitman. | 4. Walt Whitman to the editor of the Boston Literary Letter, 13 Nov, 1881. Copy of postcard. Expresses his gratitude for words of praise. Reproduced as a souvenir of Charles E Feinberg's lecture on "Walt Whitman's Worksheets and Manuscripts",27 April, 1962. With accompanying correspondence between Charles E Feinberg and Thomas Ashworth, 9 May, 1962 and 2 June, 1962. | 5. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Bessie and Isabella Ford and Edward R Pease, London, 28 May, 1884. Postcard. | 6. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Bessie and Isabella Ford, 3 Aug, 1885. Thanks to them and to Edward Carpenter for the gift of £50. | 7. As above, 11 Aug, 1885. Postcard. Thanks for letter from E[dward] C[arpenter], which arrived safely. | 8. Envelope, possibly for item above, from Walt Whitman, Camden, NJ, postmarked Aug 1885. | 9. J W Wallace, Bolton, to Walt Whitman, Camden, May 1887. Draft letter of introduction of two friends, with birthday greetings. Fragile original, with photocopy. | 10. Walt Whitman, Camden, 29 May, 1887. Ts probably of a postcard to Dr J Johnston, in Johnston's hand. Thanks for pictures and birthday present. | 11. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 29 May, 1887. Ts of postcard, in Johnston's hand. Heartfelt thanks for his and Johnston's letter and pictures and birthday gift. | 12. Further ts of above in J W Wallace's hand. | 13. Walt Whitman to Thomas Harned, in pencil, prob. 1888-9, together with two letters from E H Miller, both dated 1954, on the probable authenticity of the letter. The inscription of which the letter is a draft was recorded in the "big book" of 1888-9. | 14. Copy of the Boston Evening Transcripts, 8 Aug, 1890, with label postmarked Camden, NJ. Addressed in Walt Whitman's hand to J W Wallace (unopened).

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Transcripts and facsimiles of Correspondence with Wallace and Johnston (i)

ZWN/04/15-18. Contents: 15. Transcripts of letters by J W Wallace: (i) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Mrs Mary Davis, Camden, 22 Aug 1890. Thanks for her and Warren Fritzinger's hospitality to Dr Johnston during his visit to Whitman. [Mrs Davis was Whitman's housekeeper, and Fritzinger, known as "Warry", was his nurse.] (ii) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 28 Aug, 1890. Thanks for the Camden Post, the Camden Morning News, the letter from The Critic and the postcard. Words of comfort to Whitman re his still being rejected by the major literary magazines, plus thanks for kindness shown to himself and to Johnston during their visit. Enclosing a news cutting from December last [not enclosed]. (iii) J W Wallace and J Johnston, Bolton, to Walt Whitman, 13 Dec, 1889. Season's Greetings from Wallace, Johnston and "The Boys" [of "Eagle Street College"]. The topic for the next meeting is Whitman's thinking on the subject of immortality. Whitman's framed portrait, from the Illustrated London News, presides over the meetings, as over Wallace's daily life. Is sending a song by Dr Johnston and a copy of a letter by Wallace, both inspired by Whitman's work and example. Sadness at Browning's death and wishes for Whitman a "long calm & splendid sunset". (iv) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Dr J Johnston, 1 Sept, 1890. Enclosing copy of Friday's letter to Whitman. Recounts a long walk up Belmont Road, whilst reading from A Passage to India, and another subsequent walk. Plus an account of his reading that day. (v) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 5 Sept, 1890. Thanks for postcard and again for portrait, which far surpasses the Illustrated News one." Thanks from Johnston also for portrait painted by Sidney Morse. He has improved in health since his return, and brought Wallace a present of two volumes of essays by J A Symonds. (vi) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 9 Sept, 1890. Thanks for pocket book copy of Leaves of Grass. Delighted with every detail, esp [the portraits opposite?] pp132 and 296, and with the correspondence of the pagination to the old edition. Treasures Whitman's personal inscription, which is a lesson and a blessing. Then follows an account of his mother's death-bed blessing upon her son, and the similar experiences on witnessing the deaths of four others during the following three months. Whitman's affection seems like a divine gift in such circumstances. (vii) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 19 Sept, 1890. Thanks for postcard and papers. Johnston has already reported on the meeting of Sept 13, in which he gave the College an account of his visit to Whitman. Thanks and affection to Whitman from the whole group Thomas Shorrocks would like to purchase the pocket edition of Leaves of Grass, so Wallace is sending 22/- for a copy. Wallace is reading Leaves of Grass on his holidays, which he spending rambling. Has given the proof sheets of Whitman's paper on Burns to the Bolton Junior Burns Club (so-called because it post-dates the Bolton Burns Club; all its members are working men). | 16. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 8 Sept, 1890. Transcription of postcard in Johnston's hand. Thanks for photographs. "Is it practicable to fac-simile your plate (of course at our expense here) of my picture (9n 1890) to send here for my forthcoming little (2d) Annex? ? We all like it much, I sh'd like to have one to keep here to print from." Warry and Mrs D[avis] send love and thanks. | 17. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 13 Sept, 1890. Ts in Johnston's hand. All is as usual. Thanks for message book. Has sent a second copy of the pocket bound Leaves of Grass to Wallace. Enclosing letter from Dr Bucke to himself received lately. Greetings to all the friends. | 18. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 20 Sept, 1890. Ts. Covering letter to accompany "little p'k't". Refers to meeting [near Bolton to report on the visit to Whitman] on 13 Sept. If photographic plate cannot be duplicated, please send the plate to be printed for the Second Annex of Leaves of Grass, and then returned to Johnston.

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Transcripts and facsimiles of Correspondence with Wallace and Johnston (ii)

ZWN/04/19-29. Contents: 19. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 30 Sept, 1890. Ts of postcard in Johnston's hand. Thanks for letter. Is sending the little pocket book of Leaves of Grass by the same mail. John Burroughs has visited. Greetings to all. | 20. Transcripts of letters by J W Wallace to Whitman and Johnston: (i) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 4 Oct, 1890. Thanks for letter of Sept 22 (received Oct 3). Has seen Johnston's note from Walt and also the copy of Leaves of Grass. Has started to record his ideas about Leaves of Grass, written when rambling and reading. Has sent these papers to Dr Johnston, who has organized an evening of reading and discussion. Is sending Browning's message to his Time; see esp pp35-48. Dr Johnston has brought a copy of Putnam's from Dr Bucke, containing O'Connor's story, "The Carpenter", which includes a description of Whitman's person. (ii) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 15 Oct, 1890. Thanks for the postcard of Sept 30 (received Oct 11) and for copy of Leaves of Grass. Has heard of John Burroughs' visit to Whitman. Fred Wild might visit Whitman on his way home from Canada. Is sending an old copy of the Sunday Chronicle, of 1887, in which there is mention made of a "Walt Whitman Junior" on its staff, whose verses frequently appear but do no credit to the name. (iii) J W Wallace, Anderton, to Dr J Johnston, 15 Oct, 1890. Thanks for postcard. Enclosing draft of letter to Whitman. Does not think Johnston can publish a photograph of Whitman except by arrangement with him. Whitman intends to publish the photo (using Johnston's negative) in his next "Annex". Would like comments on his "Rejoinder". | 21. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 1 Nov, 1890. Ts in Johnston's hand. Greetings. Is enclosing a printed slip, "Old Poets". Has been out in wheelchair this afternoon. | 22. Facsimile of above, made 14 Nov, 1890. | 23. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 18 Nov, 1890. Ts of postcard, in Johnston's hand. Thanks for his and Wallace's letters. Much the same in health. Has just sent of a "poemet" for NY paper. The Ing[ersoll] lecture is to be printed in a book and a copy will be sent. Daily visits from Horace Traubel here, and regular news from Dr Bucke. | 24. Facsimile of above, on waxed paper. | 25. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 25 Nov, 1890. Ts of postcard by J Johnston. Thanks for letter of 15 Nov. Celluloid photographic plate arrived safely.Whitman has granted its use to NE Magazine to accompany an article by Horace Traubel. Will send a copy. Will also send Philadelphia magazine with "my latest poemet." Love to him, Wallace and "all the boys." | 26. Facsimile of postcard listed above. 2 copies. | 27. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 29 Nov 1890. Ts by J Johnston. Thanks for his and Wallace's letters. Has sent the Leaves of Grass to Rev Mr Johnstone. Details of health. Sad about the death of his brother. | 28. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 23 Dec 1890. Facsimile of postcard. Account of daily life with desultory reading and writing, and visitors. | 29. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 31 Dec 1890-1 Jan 1891. Thoughts as he waits for the New Year, which arrives as a "dark stormy morning". Sends best wishes.

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Copies and Transcripts of Letters Relating to Publications

ZWN/04/30-37. Contents: 30. Walt Whitman, Camden, possibly to Dr J Johnston, 5 Jan 1891. Postcard presented by J Ormrod, 1957. Thanks for Review of Reviews plus letters from him and Mr Johnstone. News of cold weather, plus visitors. Message from Bucke and news that O'Connor's tales are to be published by Houghton & Co. in Boston. Remembrances to Wallace and all the friends. | 31. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 27 Jan 1891. Facsimile of postcard. Thanks for his and Wallace's letters, plus J A Symonds' "good letter". Thanks also for "delineation of Fred Wild" and for Review of Reviews received. Health rather poor and uncertain. Has sent copies of Ingersoll's little book to Johnston and Wallace. | 32. Walt Whitman, Camden, possibly to Dr J Johnston, 8 Feb 1891. Postcard, presented J Ormrod, 1957. Thanks for magazines and papers sent. Bucke has been ill but has now recovered. Warry [Warren Fritzinger] is well. | 33. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 23 Feb 1891. Ts by Johnston. Feeling a little better this morning. Thanks for copy of the Art magazine. First batch of copy for "Goodbye" has gone to printers; ten days to wait for proofs. Mentions next issue of NA Review [possibly an error for NE Review], but postcard ends in scribble. | 34. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston. Facsimile of note to say that he has been interested in the "Holland" book. Horace Traubel has gone to New York for two days, and Whitman is expecting the doctor. | 35. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 9-10 May 1891. Facsimile of letter by J W Wallace on Boston Evening News stationery. At a low ebb. Has been visited by Dr Longaker (his physician) today, after a ten-day absence. Has had a letter from Dr Bucke. Has sent May NE Magazine to Wallace and Johnston. Details of health and appetite. | 36. J W Wallace, Anderton, to Walt Whitman, 12 May 1891. Copy of pencilled note, in open air. | 37. Envelope with proofs of "Good Bye My Fancy", marked in Whitman's hand.

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Whitman's Birthday and Health Fears

ZWN/04/38-51. Contents: 38. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 23 May 1891. Copy of letter received 3 June by J W Wallace. Thanks for Manchester Guardian and Contemporary Magazine. Bleak joke about his bad health. Supposes Wallace has received the copy of "Good-Bye" sent to Dr Johnston. Will send a portrait [photograph] or "mark of self" soon. Dr Bucke is still "lamed badly". | 39. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace, 28 May 1891. Ts, also printed in Visits. Thanks for letters from himself and Dr Johnston, which cheer him much amidst his general torpor. Gives loving compliments to all the boys, and "this scrawl to Wentworth Dixon to keep if he cares for it." | 40. Carbon of ts of above. | 41. Facsimile of above, plus lithographed copy of facsimiled letter. (With envelope noting same, signed J Johnston.) | 42. J W Wallace, draft of address "To Walt Whitman, For his 72nd Birthday". | 43. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 1 June 1891. Facsimile of letter. 6 copies. Very cheerful account of his birthday celebrations, with a "spree", a "capital good supper", and letters from friends, including one from Tennyson. The Bolton friends' cable was read aloud and enjoyed. He himself consumed a quantity of champagne, despite feeling ill earlier, and was moved to speak of departed poets [Ralph Waldo] Emerson, [William Cullen] Bryant and [Henry Wadsworth] Longfellow, as well as for [John Greenleaf] Whittier and Tennyson. Dr Bucke was there, as was Horace Traubel, recently married. | 44. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J W Wallace or Dr J Johnston, nd. Facsimile of extract of letter. Includes much praise of the Bolton Fellowship for their loyalty. | 45. Geoffrey Buckwalter, Camden, original letter to Walt Whitman, Camden, with original letter from Walt Whitman, Camden, to J Johnston on verso, 9 June 1891. (With envelope addressed by Walt Whitman to J Johnston.) | 46. Wentworth Dixon, Bolton, to Walt Whitman, 13 June 1891. Thanks for letter gifted to him through Wallace, and for inscribing his name in the copy of Leaves of Grass that the College gave to Dixon on his birthday. | 47. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 27 June 1991. Facsimile of letter received 9 June. Suppose Johnston has received the printed slips re the birthday. This letter refers to portrait photographs. Is looking forward to seeing his finished tomb in the cemetery. | 48. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 3 July 1891. Postcard ts by Johnston. Health is much the same. Will carry out the programme recommended by Johnston in his letter of 23 June. | 49. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 31 July 1890 [sic, but see below]. Transcription of postcard in Johnston's hand. Thanks for letter of 22 May. Perhaps the preceding letter has not arrived. Received a full account of the Bolton visit [?]. Finds Wallace and his letters cheering. Best wishes to Geo Humphries. Should he send him a copy of Leaves of Grass? Has Johnston received the photographs of Whitman's tomb (built by himself)? Vines and creepers still to come. | 50. Facsimile of above, with note that postcard received. J Johnston, 10 Aug 1891. Original given to Geo Humphries. | 51. Walt Whitman, Camden, to Dr J Johnston, 28 Aug 1891. Facsimile of postcard, presented by John Ormrod, Aug 1957. Thanks for his two letters and for Wallace's letter. Looking forward to seeing Wallace so soon, with Dr Bucke, and Mrs O'Connor.

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Whitman Correspondence relating to Dr Bucke and to writing.

ZWN/04/52-58. Contents: 52. Ernest Rhys, Llangollen, N Wales, to Walt Whitman, 2 Sept 1891. Greetings from mountain cottage, where he and his wife have been living for four months. Has heard of [J R] Lowell's death. Has Whitman written about him? Dr Johnston has reported on Dr Bucke's visit to Whitman. Rhys is sorry to have missed him. Rhys is sending his "Cockney Tragedy", with sketches by "a very clever young fellow", Jack Yeats. Please show it to Horace Traubel. | 53. Walt Whitman, Camden, 6-8 Sept 1891. Possibly original, on coloured paper, with quotation from Whitman in the Boston Evening News, 7 May, 1891. Went out for a short drive to the cemetery yesterday. Wallace expected hourly. Dr Bucke present. Bucke expects to take Wallace with him to Canada. Sunday (7 Sept): no news of Wallace yet. Horace Traubel and Dr Bucke to go to Philadelphia. 8 Sept: Wallace has arrived. Has spent the afternoon with Whitman. Goes to Canada with Dr Bucke tomorrow. | 54. J W Wallace, London, Ontario, to Walt Whitman, 27 Sept 1891. Regretfully, this is the last evening at Dr Bucke's. Beautiful grounds and very good weather. Has enjoyed most of all his conversations with Bucke about Whitman, and seeing Bucke's Whitman collection. Has spent the day helping Bucke with papers about Whitman, who is to be commended for having adhered to his course despite all criticism, so that now, his work has "a rounded completeness beyond your own plans". Love and blessings from both. [With photocopy of same.] | 55. Address label torn from envelope, postmarked Camden, NJ, nd but probably between 9 and 27 Sept 1992 (see above). In Whitman's hand: "J W Wallace / care Dr Bucke / Asylum / London, Ontario, Canada. | 56. Walt Whitman, Camden, to J Johnston, 6 Feb 1892. Printed facsimile of letter. Farewell letter to British friends, enclosing advertisement of the 1892 edition of Leaves of Grass. Breadth of vision is the final message. Six copies. | 57. Walt Whitman, poem, "The Commonplace", facsimile of Whitman's handwriting, on waxed cloth. | 58. Small card written in blue pencil, in Whitman's hand, nd: "Six copies pocketbound morocco gilt/ L of G / for JWW / WA Ferguson / Sam Hodgkinson / WM Law / Rev S Thompson / Wm Pimblett. Fred Nightingale / paid. Verso, in J W W's hand: "$30 enclosed/Three copies of "Good Bye My Fancy" left for / Fred Wild / FRC Hulton / Thomas Shorrock."

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Miscellaneous Whitman Correspondence

ZWN/04/59-61. Contents: 59. Addressed envelope, postmarked Camden, NJ in Whitman's hand, nd.: "J W Wallace/ Anderton near Chorley/ Lancashire England/ fm Walt Whitman. Camden New Jersey / America". | 60. Newspaper, unknown, 9-10 Sept [?], postmarked Camden. Addressed by Whitman to J W W in Anderton. | 61. Three Christmas cards from Charles E Feinberg with facsimiles of Whitman's handwriting: (i) First draft ms of "O' Captain! My Captain!", written on the death of Abraham Lincoln and printed in memory of JFK, 1917-63. With signed insert from Charles Feinberg. (ii) Ms of memorandum ["Winding up"], Feinberg Collection, c1867: "The most important requisite now in the United States is a great, fervid, emotional passionate nationality. Though there are today but few signs of it, I have no doubt it will come ? nay, I think it is even now rapidly forming." (iii) Greeting to Kitty, daughter of Alma and John H Johnston, New York, c1880.

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Copy of Leaves of Grass, first edition, 1855

ZWN/04/62. Contents: First edition of Leaves of Grass with a Ten page introductory essay on the American poetic spirit and its expression.

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