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APERTURE 16:3.

By: (Stieglitz, Alfred; Bloch, Ernest; Whitman, Walt; Eakins, Thomas; et al). White, Minor, editor.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Millerton, NY: Aperture, Inc., 1972.: 1972.

Seller ID: 37641

Condition: Good


- Small quarto [approximately 9-5/8 inches high by 8-1/4 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial black-and-white wraps. The edges of the wraps are lightly foxed & their corners are slightly creased. There is a tiny chip to the head of the spine. Unnumbered pages, including numerous photographic illustrations in black & white. The fore-edge is lightly foxed & there is occasional foxing to the margins of the pages. Good. Among the contents of this issue are "Double Portrait: Alfred Stieglitz and Ananda K. Coomaraswamy" by Roger Lipsey; an essay by Coomaraswamy; "Walt Whitman and T... View more info

WALT WHITMAN: THE OSCAR LION COLLECTION

By: (Whitman, Walt)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NY: The New York Public Library, 1953.: 1953.

Seller ID: 6796

Condition: Good


NY: The New York Public Library, 1953.. 1953.. Good. - Small octavo, printed greenish gray wraps. Soiled with 2 small stains to front wrap; extremities darkened; top & botom inch of wraps detached; short tears to head of spine repaired with tape. 78 pp. Some pencil notations. Illustrated with frontispiece portrait. Good. View more info

AN EXHIBITION OF THE WORKS OF WALT WHITMAN, Including Books, Manuscripts, Letters, Portraits, Association Items

By: (Whitman, Walt)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: (Detroit, MI): Friends of the Detroit Public Library, Inc., 1945.: 1945.

Seller ID: 6798

Condition: Good


(Detroit, MI): Friends of the Detroit Public Library, Inc., 1945.. 1945.. Good. - Octavo, stapled gray wraps with B&W reproduction of Whitman portrait tipped onto front wrap. Soiled; extremities darkened & creased; ink notation on front wrap . 48 pp. Title page slightly soiled. Good. Introduction by Charles Feinberg.Scarce. View more info

WALT WHITMAN: A Selection of the Manuscripts, Books and Association Items Gathered by Charles E. Feinberg. (Catalogue)

By: (Whitman, Walt). Brewer, Frances J

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Library, 1955.: 1955.

Seller ID: 6794

Condition: Fine


Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Library, 1955.. 1955.. Fine. - Octavo, printed gray wraps. Soiled; spine & extremities darkened; small stain to front wrap. xii, [ii] & 128 pp. Illustrated in B&W with frontispiece, 4 plates & 6 pages of facsimiles. Near fine internally. View more info

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WHITMAN'S SELF-RELIANCE. Walt Whitman Fellowship Papers: 9.

By: (Whitman, Walt). Burroughs, John.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Philadelphia: November, 1894.: 1894.

Seller ID: 37437

Condition: Very good


THE FIRST EDITION OF JOHN BURROUGH'S "WHITMAN'S SELF-RELIANCE" - Octavo, 9-7/8 inches high by 6-5/8 inches wide. Sewn self-wraps as issued. 8 pages, untrimmed and with wide margins, numbered 51 to 58. Minor flaws only. Near fine. First edition [BAL-2157]. RARE. John Burrough's wonderful tribute to Whitman was "read by Horace L. Traubel at the meeting of the Walt Whitman Re-Union, held at Reisser's, Philadelphia, March 23, 1894. Mr. Burroughs not being able to attend and read it in person." "It is over sixty years since Goethe said that to be a German author was to be a Germ... View more info

WALT WHITMAN: AN AMERICAN. A Study in Biography

By: (Whitman, Walt). Canby, Henry Seidel

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943.: 1943.

Seller ID: 10947

Condition: Good


Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943.. 1943.. Good. - Octavo, gray cloth, in a dust wrapper. The binding is very lightly bumped with the spine & extremities slightly darkened. The dust jacket is rubbed & chipped with a long tear to the head of the spine & the adjacent edge of the front panel. The surface of small areas of the front panel has been rubbed away. viii, [i] & 381 pages. There is an owner's book label on the front pastedown & offsetting to both pastedowns & endpapers. The page edges are slightly darkened. Black-and-white portrait frontispiece & 15 pages of black-and-white ill... View more info

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EXPOZITIA WALT WHITMAN. Institutul Romin Pentru Relatiile Culturale Cu Strainatatea. Bucuresti - Noiembrie 1956. (Guide to Exhibition).

By: (Whitman, Walt). Feinberg, Charles E.; Gheorghiu, Mihnea; et al.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: (Bucuresti, Romania: Intreprinderea Poligrafica), 1956.: 1956.

Seller ID: 37457

Condition: Very good


- Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial white wrappers with a black-and-white portrait of Walt Whitman on the front cover. There is some very light soiling & foxing to the covers. 55 & [1] pages, including a 2-page publisher's catalog. Illustrated with black-and-white plates, including portraits and a facsimile. Very good. In 1956 the Romanian Institute for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries issued this guide to the traveling exhibition of Whitmania prepared in 1955 by Charles E. Feinberg. The materials exhibited, which were provided by Feinberg and The Library of Congress, included p... View more info

WHITMAN AT AUCTION 1899-1972

By: (Whitman, Walt). Francis, Gloria A.; and Lozynsky, Artem

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Detroit, MI: Gale Research Company, (1978).: (1978).

Seller ID: 22726

ISBN: 0810309211

Condition: Good


Detroit, MI: Gale Research Company, (1978).. (1978).. Good. - Large octavo, blue cloth titled in gilt. Bumped & rubbed; front cover lightly spotted with small white stains. xxx & 471 pp. Edges soiled. Illustrated in B&W with pictorial endpapers & facsimiles. Good. Introduction by Charles E. Feinberg.Most of the auction items are priced. View more info

CATALOGUE OF THE WHITMAN COLLECTION IN THE DUKE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, Being a Part of the Trent Collection Given by Dr. and Mrs. Josiah C. Trent

By: (Whitman, Walt). Frey, Ellen Frances

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Durham, NC: Duke University Library, 1945.: 1945.

Seller ID: 6795

Condition: Good


Durham, NC: Duke University Library, 1945.. 1945.. Good. - Octavo, printed grayish blue wraps. Rubbed & creased; extremities darkened; small tear across middle of spine & front cover; head of spine repaired with taped; top of backstrip detached. xvii & 148 pp. Top inner page corners & bottom margins of pages creased; some pencil notations. Illustrated in B&W with frontispiece portrait & 13 plates. Lacks illustration called for in pocket. Good working copy. View more info

WALT WHITMAN: THE SINGER AND THE CHAINS

By: (Whitman, Walt). Komroff, Manuel

Price: $10.00

Publisher: (1966).: (1966).

Seller ID: 3989

Condition: Fine


(1966).. (1966).. Fine. - Octavo, softcovers. Bound in pictorial stapled tan wraps. 19 pages with a title page portrait of Walt Whitman. Near fine. This address was given at the Colloquium on Walt Whitman held at Long Island University in Brooklyn on April 23, 1966. View more info

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WHAT WALT WHITMAN MEANS TO THE NEGRO.

By: (Whitman, Walt). Miller, Kelly.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Walt Whitman Fellowship. 1895.: 1895.

Seller ID: 37452

Condition: Very good


- Octavo, softcover bound in cream-colored printed self-wrappers. Pages 31-42. The bottom edges of the pages are very slightly darkened. All the edges of the last page are a bit darkened. Very good. First separate printing."Walt Whitman Fellowship Papers: Second Year: 10. Philadelphia, November 1895". This address, which was the first notable comment by an African American about Whitman's significance, was delivered by Kelly at the Fellowship's Annual Meeting on May 31st 1895. It was originally published in July in the Conservator, a journal published by Horace Traubel who was i... View more info

COLLECTION OF WHITMANIANA IN THE REFERENCE LIBRARY, BOLTON

By: (Whitman, Walt). Sparke, Archibald

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Bolton, U.K.: The Libraries Committee, 1931.: 1931.

Seller ID: 15333

Condition: Good


Bolton, U.K.: The Libraries Committee, 1931.. 1931.. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed tan wraps. The covers are bumped & soiled and there is a small piece out of the head of the spine and the adjacent edges of the wraps. 28 pages plus facsimiles. Pages 3 through 28 are detached. Good. Rare. Dust jacket present. View more info

WALT WHITMAN. A Supplementary Bibliography: 1961-1967

By: (Whitman, Walt). Tanner, James T. F

Price: $10.00

Publisher: [Kent, OH]: Kent State University Press, (1968).: (1968).

Seller ID: 6812

Condition: Fine


[Kent, OH]: Kent State University Press, (1968).. (1968).. Fine. - Octavo, green cloth titled in gilt. vi & 59 pp. Near fine. Second printing. View more info

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OUT OF THE CRADLE ENDLESSLY ROCKING. (Offprint)

By: (Whitman, Walt). Warfel, Harry R.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: [Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press] [1958].: [1958].

Seller ID: 37454

Condition: Fine


- Octavo, softcover bound into plain cream-colored self-wrappers. Pages 83-87 with the last page printed on the inside rear wrap. Near fine. Although not identified as such, the pamphlet is an offprint from "Tennessee Studies in Literature", Vol. 3, 1958.The author writes: "The metaphysical problem of the origin of Walt Whitman's dedication to poetry and of his central topic is the subject of 'Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking' ". View more info

Image for THE CONSERVATOR. Volumes 1-6 (72 issues bound in 2 volumes - Complete). Including the rare first printing of AT THE GRAVESIDE OF WALT WHITMAN.

THE CONSERVATOR. Volumes 1-6 (72 issues bound in 2 volumes - Complete). Including the rare first printing of AT THE GRAVESIDE OF WALT WHITMAN.

By: (Whitman, Walt; Burroughs, John; et al). Traubel, Horace, editor.

Price: $750.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: The Conservator, March 1890-February 1896 [1890-1896].: [1890-1896].

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 94617

Condition: Good


- Quarto, 11-1/2 inches high by 9-1/8 inches wide. Two volumes uniformly bound in brown cloth with leather corners and backed with brown leather spines. The covers are heavily rubbed and stained with wear to the edges and corners. There is a substantial chip to the front edge of the second volume's detached front cover. The spines of both volumes have perished and are thus lacking. Each issue of volumes 1-3 contains 8 pages. From volume 4 [March 1893] each issue subsequently contains 16 pages. The pagination is as follows: Pages [1]-96, [1]-96, [1]-96, [1]-192, [1]-192, and [1]-192. Textual i... View more info

HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. No. CCCLXXI. April, 1881. Vol. LXII

By: (Whitman, Walt; et al)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881).: 1881).

Seller ID: 11050

Condition: Good


(New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881).. 1881).. Good. - Large octavo [10 inches high by 7 inches wide], softcover bound in pictorial tan wrappers. There is a tear to the bottom corner of the front wrap & a small printed slip pasted over part of the publication information. There is a piece out of the tail of the spine. Pages [641]- 800 plus publisher's catalog [pages 53-62]. The bottom corners of the last third of the leaves are creased & the front edges of several leaves are chipped. Full-page & textual illustrations in black & white. Good. Among the contents are a poem by Walt Whitman, ... View more info

LAST WORDS

By: Whitman, Walt

Price: $75.00

Publisher: (New York: The Kindle Press, 1959).: 1959).

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 12952

Condition: Fine


(New York: The Kindle Press, 1959).. 1959).. Fine. - Octavo, printed self-wraps. 4 pages printed in black with a decoration in green. Fine. "An undated, unpublished Whitman poem from manuscript now in the collection of Charles E. Feinberg and used here by his permission". -- So stated at the bottom of the first page.Laid in is a presentation slip signed by the president of the Walt Whitman Birthplace.The 7 line poem is printed on the front page. Ther following 3 pages contain an essay on the poem by Harold W. Blodgett.First edition. [BAL 21486]. Scarce. First Edition. View more info

WALT WHITMAN'S AUTOGRAPH REVISION OF THE ANALYSIS OF LEAVES OF GRASS

By: Whitman, Walt

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York: New York University Press, 1974.: 1974.

Seller ID: 30039

Condition: Fine


New York: New York University Press, 1974.. 1974.. Fine. - Large octavo [approximately 11-1/4 inches high by 8 inches wide] green cloth titled in gilt on the spine & in gilt within a double gilt frame on the front cover. The front cover is very lightly rubbed & there is some very light staining & some tiny white marks to the rear cover. 191 pages. Illustrated with 35 facsimile pages & 6 full-page black-and-white portraits. Near fine. First edition.(For Dr. R. M. Bucke's Walt Whitman). Introductory Essay by Quentin Anderson. Text Notes by Stephen Railton. With thirty-five facsimile pages ... View more info

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THE WHOLE PRESENT SYSTEM: A SUPERB PHOTOGRAVURE BROADSIDE ILLUSTRATED WITH A CIVIL WAR IMAGE ABOVE LINES QUOTED FROM A FOOTNOTE IN WALT WHITMAN'S "DEMOCRATIC VISTAS".

By: Whitman, Walt.

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Brookline, Massachusetts: David R. Godine, [1972].: [1972].

Seller ID: 30764

Condition: Very good


- sc - A 31 inch high by 22 inch wide broadside printed on heavy cream "cartridge paper made by Schut". The broadside is illustrated with a 15 inch high by 20 inch wide soft-hued photogravure printed by Joh. Enschede portraying a Civil War encampment with wounded soldiers resting between trees. The text, quoted from Whitman's footnote in "Democratic Vistas", reads: "The whole present system of the officering and personnel of the army and navy of these States, and the spirit and letter of their trebly-aristocratic rules and regulations, is a monstrous exotic, a nuisance and ... View more info

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WE HAVE FREQUENTLY PRINTED THE WORD DEMOCRACY: [A SUPERB PHOTOGRAVURE BROADSIDE ILLUSTRATED WITH A LARGE PORTRAIT OF WALT WHITMAN ABOVE LINES QUOTED FROM WHITMAN'S "DEMOCRATIC VISTAS"].

By: Whitman, Walt.

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Brookline, Massachusetts: David R. Godine, [1972].: [1972].

Seller ID: 95116

Condition: Good


- A 31 inch high by 22 inch wide broadside printed on heavy cream "cartridge paper made by Schut". The broadside is illustrated with a 19-1/2 inch high by 20 inch wide soft-hued photogravure portrait of Walt Whiman printed by Joh. Enschede. The image portrays the long white bearded Whitman from the chest up bundled in a textured blanket or heavy cloak. The text, quoted from Whitman's "Democratic Vistas", reads: "We have frequently printed the word democracy. Yet I cannot too often repeat that it is a word the real gist of which still sleeps, quite unawaken'd, notwithstandin... View more info