1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, some loss at left margin affecting the first letter in eight lines, neat repair to tear. The poet declares that he is "getting along comfortably--Shall soon send dear J a new piece of mine in a magazine--There is a Boston scheme afoot to get me a little house in the country or sea shore." Whitman refers to the subscription fund that raised $800 for the purchase of a new home; Whitman ultimately used the money for other, undisclosed purposes. -- WHITMAN, Walt. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to J. L. Gilder of the Critic, New York, n.d. [cancelled 9 August 1881]. 1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, stain on verso. Requesting Gilder "mail me a copy of last Critic here--also send the little slips of the poem here, unless already sent." -- WHITMAN. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to Dr. Karl Knorts, Camden, N.J., 20 April 1883. 1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, several ink splotches, signature slightly smeared. Thanks for "the German renderings." -- WHITMAN. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to Leonard Morgan Brown, Camden, 10 Feb. 1890. 1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, slight smudging of ink. Whitman thanks Brown for the 5 (pounds?) and discusses his rapidly declining health: "Am writing a little for publication but quite completely physically disabled." -- TRAUBEL, Horace. Autograph address panel on postmarked envelope of The Philadelphia Conservateur, addressed to Frank Bain, Philadelpia, cancellation date 18 April 1911. 1 page, oblong, slight tear. -- Together 5 items. (5) " /> WHITMAN. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to brother Thomas J. Whitman, Camden, 13 June 1887. <I>1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, some loss at left margin affecting the first letter in eight lines, neat repair to tear</I>. The poet declares that he is "getting along comfortably--Shall soon send dear J a new piece of mine in a magazine--There is a Boston scheme afoot to get me a little house in the country or sea shore." Whitman refers to the subscription fund that raised $800 for the purchase of a new home; Whitman ultimately used the money for other, undisclosed purposes. -- WHITMAN, Walt. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to J. L. Gilder of the <I>Critic</I>, New York, n.d. [cancelled 9 August 1881]. <I>1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, stain on verso.</I> Requesting Gilder "mail me a copy of last <I>Critic</I> here--also send the little slips of the poem here, unless already sent." -- WHITMAN. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to Dr. Karl Knorts, Camden, N.J., 20 April 1883. <I>1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, several ink splotches, signature slightly smeared.</I> Thanks for "the German renderings." -- WHITMAN. Autograph postcard signed ("Walt Whitman") to Leonard Morgan Brown, Camden, 10 Feb. 1890. <I>1 p., oblong, addressed by Whitman, slight smudging of ink</I>. Whitman thanks Brown for the 5 (pounds?) and discusses his rapidly declining health: "Am writing a little for publication but quite completely physically disabled." -- TRAUBEL, Horace. Autograph address panel on postmarked envelope of <I>The Philadelphia Conservateur</I>, addressed to Frank Bain, Philadelpia, cancellation date 18 April 1911. <I>1 page, oblong, slight tear. -- <I>Together 5 items.</I> (5) | Christie's