Song of Myself. East Aurora: Roycrofts, 1904. Original russet suede, yapp edges. -- Autograph manuscript extract from Leaves of Grass, a four line extract from "Blue Ontario Shore." 1 page, oblong 8vo, paper brown and brittle, ink faded. -- Autograph friendship sentiment signed ("Walt Whitman") to Frank. U. Stitt, n.p., 27 October 1866. 1 page, 12mo, removed. -- Autograph letter signed ("Walt Whitman" boldly as usual) to an unidentified correspondent, Camden, 18 May 1884. 1 page, 8vo. Regarding a Father Taylor: "I have penned a short and formal reminiscence of Father T. which may be printed in a magazine..." -- [ANON.] Autograph manuscript in an unknown hand about Whitman (perhaps lecture notes of an academic). Denver, Colorado, circa 1910. 7 pages, 8vo. -- BECKMAN, David. Xerox typescript of his play about Walt Whitman, Three Days in the Life of Walt Whitman, New York, 1989. 123 pages, 4to. -- [SUNDRIES.] A copy of the Wells and Goldsmith bibliography of Whitman; a copy of Gay Wilson Allen's biography, The Solitary Singer; and two framed portrait prints of Walt Whitman. Together 12 items, various sizes. An enticing double-layer of "goodies" as a "Whitman Sampler." (12) " /> [WHITMAN SAMPLER.] <I>Leaves of Grass</I>. Brooklyn, 1856. (Light dampstaining to prelims.) Original spine (new siding); folding case. Second edition, with the addition of 20 new poems. -- <I>Leaves of Grass</I>. Philadelphia, 1891-2. Polished tan calf gilt, t.e.g. "Deathbed Edition." Extra-illustrated copy with a signed photograph of Whitman tipped in at front and with 59 leaves bound in at back on which are mounted contemporary newspaper accounts of Whitman's last days and funeral. Inscribed from Herbert H. Gilchrist to James S. Inglis, April 2, 1892. -- <I>Song of Myself</I>. East Aurora: Roycrofts, 1904. Original russet suede, yapp edges. -- Autograph manuscript extract from <I>Leaves of Grass</I>, a four line extract from "Blue Ontario Shore." <I>1 page, oblong 8vo, paper brown and brittle, ink faded</I>. -- Autograph friendship sentiment signed ("Walt Whitman") to Frank. U. Stitt, n.p., 27 October 1866. <I>1 page, 12mo, removed</I>. -- Autograph letter signed ("Walt Whitman" boldly as usual) to an unidentified correspondent, Camden, 18 May 1884. <I>1 page, 8vo</I>. Regarding a Father Taylor: "I have penned a short and formal reminiscence of Father T. which may be printed in a magazine..." -- [ANON.] Autograph manuscript in an unknown hand about Whitman (perhaps lecture notes of an academic). Denver, Colorado, <I>circa</I> 1910. <I>7 pages, 8vo</I>. -- BECKMAN, David. Xerox typescript of his play about Walt Whitman, <I>Three Days in the Life of Walt Whitman</I>, New York, 1989. <I>123 pages, 4to</I>. -- [SUNDRIES.] A copy of the Wells and Goldsmith bibliography of Whitman; a copy of Gay Wilson Allen's biography, <I>The Solitary Singer</I>; and two framed portrait prints of Walt Whitman. Together 12 items, various sizes. An enticing double-layer of "goodies" as a "Whitman Sampler." (12) | Christie's