Notes of Visit to Walt Whitman, etc., in July 1890. Bolton, 1890. -- JOHNSTON. Diary Notes of a Visit to Walt Whitman and Some of His Friends, in 1890. Manchester, 1898. -- Another copy. -- O'CONNOR, William Douglas. The Good Gray Poet. A Vindication. New York, 1866. -- Another copy. -- ROBERTSON, John. Walt Whitman, Poet and Democrat. Edinburgh, 1884. LIMITED EDITION, one of 100 copies. -- TRAUBEL, Horace. Good-bye and Hail Walt Whitman. Philadelphia, 1892. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. -- Another copy. INSCRIBED. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Ed. The Conservator. Philadelphia, 1914-1919. 46 issues (mixed run) with articles on and reviews of Whitman. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Richard Maurice BUCKE and Thomas B. HARNED. In Re Whitman. Philadelphia, 1893. -- Another copy. -- And other works of biography, literary criticism, reader's guides, catalogues and approximately 15 books about associates and family, mostly late 20th-century, 12o-4o, many illustrated, most in original bindings. (Condition varies). (250) " /> [WHITMAN, Walt]. An extensive collection of works about Walt Whitman's life and work, approximately 250 volumes (some duplicates), including: BARRUS, Clara. <I>Whitman and Burroughs Comrades</I>. Boston, 1931. <I>Provenance</I>: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- Two additional copies. -- BUCKE, Dr. Richard Maurice. <I>Walt Whitman</I>. Philadelphia, 1883. FIRST EDITION, inscribed by a member of Bucke's family. -- Three additional copies. -- BUCKE. <I>Cosmic Consciousness</I>. Philadelphia, 1901. LIMITED EDITION, number 98 of 500 copies signed by the author. -- BURROUGHS, John. <I>Notes on Walt Whitman, As Poet and Person</I>. New York, 1867. FIRST EDITION. <I>Provenance</I>: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- DONALDSON, Thomas. <I>Walt Whitman The Man</I>. New York, 1896. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to Mary O. Davis, Whitman's housekeeper. -- INGERSOLL, Robert G. <I>Liberty in Literature</I>. New York, [1890]. With original ticket to Whitman's "hail and farewell" speech tipped to front free endpaper. -- JOHNSTON, John. <I>Notes of Visit to Walt Whitman, etc., in July 1890</I>. Bolton, 1890. -- JOHNSTON. <I>Diary Notes of a Visit to Walt Whitman and Some of His Friends, in 1890.</I> Manchester, 1898. -- Another copy. -- O'CONNOR, William Douglas. <I>The Good Gray Poet. A Vindication</I>. New York, 1866. -- Another copy. -- ROBERTSON, John. <I>Walt Whitman, Poet and Democrat</I>. Edinburgh, 1884. LIMITED EDITION, one of 100 copies. -- TRAUBEL, Horace. <I>Good-bye and Hail Walt Whitman</I>. Philadelphia, 1892. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. -- Another copy. INSCRIBED. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Ed. <I>The Conservator.</I> Philadelphia, 1914-1919. 46 issues (mixed run) with articles on and reviews of Whitman. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Richard Maurice BUCKE and Thomas B. HARNED. <I>In Re Whitman</I>. Philadelphia, 1893. -- Another copy. -- And other works of biography, literary criticism, reader's guides, catalogues and approximately 15 books about associates and family, mostly late 20th-century, 12<V>o-4<V>o, many illustrated, most in original bindings. (Condition varies). (250) | Christie's
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    [WHITMAN, Walt]. An extensive collection of works about Walt Whitman's life and work, approximately 250 volumes (some duplicates), including: BARRUS, Clara. Whitman and Burroughs Comrades. Boston, 1931. Provenance: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- Two additional copies. -- BUCKE, Dr. Richard Maurice. Walt Whitman. Philadelphia, 1883. FIRST EDITION, inscribed by a member of Bucke's family. -- Three additional copies. -- BUCKE. Cosmic Consciousness. Philadelphia, 1901. LIMITED EDITION, number 98 of 500 copies signed by the author. -- BURROUGHS, John. Notes on Walt Whitman, As Poet and Person. New York, 1867. FIRST EDITION. Provenance: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- DONALDSON, Thomas. Walt Whitman The Man. New York, 1896. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to Mary O. Davis, Whitman's housekeeper. -- INGERSOLL, Robert G. Liberty in Literature. New York, [1890]. With original ticket to Whitman's "hail and farewell" speech tipped to front free endpaper. -- JOHNSTON, John. Notes of Visit to Walt Whitman, etc., in July 1890. Bolton, 1890. -- JOHNSTON. Diary Notes of a Visit to Walt Whitman and Some of His Friends, in 1890. Manchester, 1898. -- Another copy. -- O'CONNOR, William Douglas. The Good Gray Poet. A Vindication. New York, 1866. -- Another copy. -- ROBERTSON, John. Walt Whitman, Poet and Democrat. Edinburgh, 1884. LIMITED EDITION, one of 100 copies. -- TRAUBEL, Horace. Good-bye and Hail Walt Whitman. Philadelphia, 1892. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. -- Another copy. INSCRIBED. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Ed. The Conservator. Philadelphia, 1914-1919. 46 issues (mixed run) with articles on and reviews of Whitman. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Richard Maurice BUCKE and Thomas B. HARNED. In Re Whitman. Philadelphia, 1893. -- Another copy. -- And other works of biography, literary criticism, reader's guides, catalogues and approximately 15 books about associates and family, mostly late 20th-century, 12o-4o, many illustrated, most in original bindings. (Condition varies). (250)

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    [WHITMAN, Walt]. An extensive collection of works about Walt Whitman's life and work, approximately 250 volumes (some duplicates), including: BARRUS, Clara. Whitman and Burroughs Comrades. Boston, 1931. Provenance: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- Two additional copies. -- BUCKE, Dr. Richard Maurice. Walt Whitman. Philadelphia, 1883. FIRST EDITION, inscribed by a member of Bucke's family. -- Three additional copies. -- BUCKE. Cosmic Consciousness. Philadelphia, 1901. LIMITED EDITION, number 98 of 500 copies signed by the author. -- BURROUGHS, John. Notes on Walt Whitman, As Poet and Person. New York, 1867. FIRST EDITION. Provenance: Estelle Doheny (booklabel). -- DONALDSON, Thomas. Walt Whitman The Man. New York, 1896. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to Mary O. Davis, Whitman's housekeeper. -- INGERSOLL, Robert G. Liberty in Literature. New York, [1890]. With original ticket to Whitman's "hail and farewell" speech tipped to front free endpaper. -- JOHNSTON, John. Notes of Visit to Walt Whitman, etc., in July 1890. Bolton, 1890. -- JOHNSTON. Diary Notes of a Visit to Walt Whitman and Some of His Friends, in 1890. Manchester, 1898. -- Another copy. -- O'CONNOR, William Douglas. The Good Gray Poet. A Vindication. New York, 1866. -- Another copy. -- ROBERTSON, John. Walt Whitman, Poet and Democrat. Edinburgh, 1884. LIMITED EDITION, one of 100 copies. -- TRAUBEL, Horace. Good-bye and Hail Walt Whitman. Philadelphia, 1892. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. -- Another copy. INSCRIBED. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Ed. The Conservator. Philadelphia, 1914-1919. 46 issues (mixed run) with articles on and reviews of Whitman. -- TRAUBEL, Horace, Richard Maurice BUCKE and Thomas B. HARNED. In Re Whitman. Philadelphia, 1893. -- Another copy. -- And other works of biography, literary criticism, reader's guides, catalogues and approximately 15 books about associates and family, mostly late 20th-century, 12o-4o, many illustrated, most in original bindings. (Condition varies). (250)


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