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(WHITMAN, Walt). TRAUBEL, Horace, edited byCamden's Compliment to Walt Whitman, May 31, 1889. Notes, Addresses, Letters, Telegrams
$4,000.00
Publisher: David McKay, 1889
Philadelphia: David McKay. 1889. First. First edition. Front hinge slightly tender and a couple of splash marks on the front board, a sound, very good copy. A tribute to Whitman on his seventieth birthday, containing an "Autobiographic Note & Response" by Whitman. This anthology also includes a poem by Ernest Rhys, Horace Traubel's essay "Recorders Ages Hence," and letters or addresses by Mark Twain, Richard Watson Gilder, Julian Hawthorne, Hamlin Garland, William Rossetti, William Morris,...
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WHITMAN, WaltTwo Prefaces by Walt Whitman
$45.00
Hardcover
1926
WHITMAN, Walt. Two Prefaces by Walt Whitman: The Original Preface to Leaves of Grass, 1855, and A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads, 1888, with an Introductory Note by Christopher Morley. Original cloth, printed paper spine label, non-priceclipped dustjacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. First edition, Lee-53. Signed by Morley on front free endpaper. Spine panel sunned, else a very good or better copy. (SIGNED MORLEY, CHRISTO LITX)
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Whitman, Walt; Maynard, LaurensThe Wisdom Of Walt Whitman
$73.71
Hardcover
Publisher: Brentanos, 1917
Burgundy cloth cover with elaborate art nouveau gilt stamped decor has wear to corners and caps. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Minor underlining on several pages. Former owner's name neatly inscribed to paste down. ; 1908; 0.35 x 9.02 x 5.98 Inches; 182 pages, Good+; (Philosophy Literature & Fiction::Poetry Fine Binding - Antique)
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(Whitman, Walt). Wells, Carolyn; and Goldsmith, Alfred F.A CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF WALT WHITMAN With a Supplement of Fifty Books About Whitman.
$75.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Boston/NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922., 1922
- Small octavo, light gray cloth backed black boards; printed label on spine; deckle-edged. Heavily bumped & rubbed; spine darkened with label rubbed. viii, [vi], 106 & [1] pp. plus colophon, partially unopened. Cracked; a few pages lightly soiled. Good. <p>Limited edition of 550 numbered copies.<p>Presentation copy inscribed on the front endpaper by Goldsmith in 1927 to the well regarded bookseller Fred A. Rosenstock., Good (BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; REFERENCE; Fred A. Rosenstock; ART OF THE BOOK; BIBLIOGRAPHY; (Literature). (Poetry). A CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF WALT WHITMAN With a Supplement of Fifty Books About Whitman. (Whitman, Walt). Wells, Carolyn; and Goldsmith,...)
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Walt Whitman AssociationMANUSCRIPT [WALT WHITMAN] - SAMUEL CLEMENTS AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED,
$445.00
Hardcover
1837
Philately; Stampless Letter; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 3 pages; An interesting association piece from Walt Whitman's master. Samuel Clements, editor of the Long Island Patriot, under whom Walt Whitman served as an apprentice in 1831. American Manuscript Material - Samuel Clements: Clements, Samuel. Autograph Letter Signed in folded stampless cover [10] N. P. , [ca. 1847]. 1 p. , 4to, with integral address leaf; some spotting, small separations along folds. To Henry Clements. * _ _. Manuscript Sonnet... (Walt Whitman)
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Whitman, WaltThe Tenderest lover; the Erotic Poetry of Walt Whitman
$55.00
Publisher: Delacorte Press, 1970
New York: Delacorte Press. 1970. F 1st Printing. Edited and with an introduction by Walter Lowenfels; illustrationbs by J. K. Lambert. xxxiii, 154p., b/w illus., lightly chipped dj. SIGNED presentation from the illustrator, plus a one-page 1982 ALS of the illustrator while designing books at Random House. First edition. Signed.
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman in Camden A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days
$125.00
Publisher: Camden, N.J.: The Haddon Craftsmen, 1938
Camden, N.J.: The Haddon Craftsmen, 1938. One of 1100 copies printed and bound under the direction of Richard Ellis, and signed by him. 11-1/4 x 7-3/4 inches. With a Preface by Christopher Morley and Photographs by Arnold Genthe (two photogravure plates fro, photos by Genthe). Linen, with mounted half-tone illustration of Whitman's tombstone reproduced on upper cover. Fine copy in slipcase Signed.
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WHITMAN, WaltWalt Whitman Signed Check
$2,750.00
Publisher: 1868
Walt Whitman Signed Check WHITMAN, Walt. Walt Whitman Signed Check. [New York: 1868]. (Measures 2 5/8 x 7 3/4 inches). Dated January 3, 1868. Filled out in another hand and signed by W.C. & F.P. Church (Publishers) payable to Whitman for $100.00. Endorsed on the reverse in black ink by Whitman. In very good condition with several vertical folds, cancellation cut to center, scattered light toning and soiling and a revenue stamp affixed to the front. This is Whitman's requested price for...
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman Signed Photograph
$3,200.00
Sepia-toned silver gelatin photograph of Walt Whitman. The photograph was taken in Brooklyn in September 1872 by G.F.E. Pearsall when the poet was fifty-three years old. Signed "Walt Whitman born May 31 1819." In very good condition with some toning to the edges. The photograph is 4.25" x 7." Framed and Matted. First edition. Signed.Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB
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(WHITMAN, Walt) TRAUBEL, Horace, edited byCamden's Compliment to Walt Whitman, May 31, 1889 Notes, Addresses, Letters, Telegrams
$4,000.00
Publisher: David McKay, 1889
Philadelphia: David McKay. 1889. First. First edition. Front hinge slightly tender and a couple of splash marks on the front board, a sound, very good copy. A tribute to Whitman on his seventieth birthday, containing an "Autobiographic Note & Response" by Whitman. This anthology also includes a poem by Ernest Rhys, Horace Traubel's essay "Recorders Ages Hence," and letters or addresses by Mark Twain, Richard Watson Gilder, Julian Hawthorne, Hamlin Garland, William Rossetti, William Morris,...
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Walt WhitmanWalt Whitman Pays the Printing Expenses For the 1867 Edition of “Leaves of Grass”
$9,200.00
Walt Whitman is the only major American poet of the 19th century to have an intimate association with the art of bookmaking. Everyone knows Whitman as a poet and the author of one of the most studied books of American poetry, “Leaves of Grass.” What is less well known is that Whitman was trained as a printer and throughout his life spent time in printing shops and binderies, often setting type himself and always intimately involved in the design and production of his books. Whitman did...The Raab Collection
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Miller, Edwin Haviland (Editor).The Correspondence of Walt Whitman--Volume II: 1868-1875
$55.00
Hardcover
Publisher: New York University Press, N. p, 1961
Hardcover. Used - Very Good. Small 4to. Burgundy and grey cloth, dust jacket. viii, 387pp. Frontispiece, illustrations. Near fine/very good. Minor age toning to jacket spine. Tight, attractive first edition of the second volume (only) from this six-volume set. Front flyleaf bears an archival bookplate signed boldly in full by GAY WILSON ALLEN (1903-95), noted Whitman scholar and general editor of the scholarly committee in charge of this correspondence series.
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Long, HanielWalt Whitman and the Springs of Courage
$125.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Writers' Editions, Inc, Santa Fe, 1938
First Edition. hardcover. Used - Very Good Very Good lacking the uncommon dustwrapper. SIGNED by the author on the title page. Printed by the Rydal Press. Inscription in an unknown hand on the bottom of the front endpaper. First Edition
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman in Camden: a Selection of Prose From Specimen Days. With a Preface By Christopher Morley and Photographs By Arnold Genthe
$125.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Haddon Craftsmen, Camden, N.J., 1938
1100 Copies. First Edition of This Ed.. Course cloth. Used - Good. 4to-over 9 3/4"-12" Tall. Signed. Presentation Copy [v], 45p. [2] leaves of plates: 2 illus. A very good copy, the blank spine is slightly faded, there is minor soil on the back cover, there is a blank bookplate pasted over another on the front paste-down endpaper, and there is a pea-size soil mark above the frontispiece, well off the illustration. The presentation on the front free endpaper reads: " Carl Woodward / December...
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Siskind, Aaron, Whitman, WaltAaron Siskind and Walt Whitman: Song of the Open Road, Limited Edition (With Prints)
$1,950.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, New York, 1990
1st Edition. Hardcover. Used - Fine/Like New Fine No dust jacket as issued. First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 550 copies (this being number 294), numbered and signed on the colophon page by Siskind, with six bound hand-pulled photogravure plates (each 10-1/2 x 10-1/2 inches). Hardcover. Fine green linen cloth-covered boards, with spine and fore edge bound in black goatskin and title stamped in gold on spine; no dust jacket as issued; contained in a black linen-covered...
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Walt WhitmanComplete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman, 1855...1888
$6,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Walt Whitman, 1888
Used - Good. B00FIBFWQS Good. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Cloth. #218 of 600 copies printed. Signed by author on the Leaves.
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Whitman, Walt; Text by Nancy Loewen, Illustrated by: Illustrated by Rob DayWalt Whitman
$30.00
Hardcover, ISBN 088682608X
Fine in Very Good dust jacket Hardcover Signed / inscribed by Loewen on the front flyleaf. Binding and pages are clean. DJ spine is sunned. Else DJ is bright, clean. ; 45 pages; Signed by Author Mankato, MN 1993
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Whitman, WaltTHE COMPLETE WRITINGS OF WALT WHITMAN (THE PAUMANOK EDITION). Ten volumes.
$3,000.00
Hardcover. Very Good+. Full publisher's gilt decorated green leather, sympathetically rebacked with gilt spine labels. Top edge gilt. Contents Near Fine, very tight & square; covers a little worn with some light crackling, the rebacked spines are a slight but noticably different shade than the covers, some other color variation to binding, a few small scuff marks, outer margin of one endpaper chipped, but otherwise clean & bright. A beautiful set. 1st ed, the Paumanok Edition, limited to 300...The Bookshop
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman in Camden. A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days with a Preface By Christopher Morley and Photographs by Arnold Genthe. 1938. Cloth in slipcase.
$25.00
Camden, N.J.: The Haddon Craftsmen. 1938. (First edition thus). Small quarto. Linen covered boards. Deckled edges. Spine is slightly darkened else fine in mottled and partially broken good only accompanying slipcase. Laid in is a signed Haddon Craftsmen Christmas card. A beautiful copy of a wonderful production. Preface by Christopher Morley. Photographs by Arnold Genthe.Pawprint Books
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Walt Whitman AssociationMANUSCRIPT [WALT WHITMAN] - SAMUEL CLEMENTS AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED,
$445.00
1837
Publisher: 1837 Very Good with no dust jacket Manuscript Philately; Stampless Letter; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 3 pages; An interesting association piece from Walt Whitman's master. Samuel Clements, editor of the Long Island Patriot, under whom Walt Whitman served as an apprentice in 1831. American Manuscript Material - Samuel Clements: Clements, Samuel. Autograph Letter Signed in folded stampless cover [10] N. P. , [ca. 1847]. 1 p. , 4to, with integral address leaf; some spotting, small separations...
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Whitman, Walt) Kaplan, JustinWalt Whitman: A Life
$16.80
Hardcover, ISBN 0671225421
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, NY, 1980
Used - Near Fine. dj in mylar 427 pages. Size: 8 Vo; 2 Pounds; includes dustjacket (LITERARY BIOGRAPHY)
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Whitman, Walt; Lowenfels, Walter (Editor)Tenderest Lover - The Erotic Poetry of Walt Whitman
$20.00
Softcover
Publisher: Delta, 1972
Used - Very Good. Inscribed by Lowenfels inside front cover. Small round stain on top of front cover and another to rear top edge of text block.
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Lime Kiln Press; Walt Whitman; UC Santa Cruz.The Lime Kiln Press Cordially Invites You To A Reception Celebrating the Publication of American Bard, by Walt Whitman.
$25.00
Publisher: Santa Cruz, CA.: Lime Kiln Press., 1981
Used - Good. 16mo. Postcard, Very Good, with damp stains, sun-fading. MS dated & signed letter (by Bill Everson?) on verso.
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DEUTSCH, Babette. (WHITMAN, Walt).WALT WHITMAN
$45.00
Softcover
Publisher: Martins,, (Sao Paulo):, 1965
Used. DEUTSCH, Babette. WALT WHITMAN [by] Babette Deutsch. [first published as "Walt Whitman, Builder for America," in New York, in 1941]. Pictorial wrappers, 231 pages, illustrated. Signed by Babette Deutsch on front flyleaf. Covers have single chip on rear cover (one and one-half inch, by one-half inch, at top edge, with no loss to printing), two moderate soil marks on front flyleaf, else a very good copy. First Brazilian edition (text in Portugeuse) (SIGNED SPANISH LANGUAGE AMERICAN WOMEN LITERATURE BIOGRAPHY)
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WHITMAN, Walt.Two Prefaces by Walt Whitman
$49.50
Hardcover
1926
Used. WHITMAN, Walt. Two Prefaces by Walt Whitman: The Original Preface to Leaves of Grass, 1855, and A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads, 1888, with an Introductory Note by Christopher Morley. Original cloth, printed paper spine label, non-priceclipped dustjacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. First edition, Lee-53. Signed by Morley on front free endpaper. Spine panel sunned, else a very good or better copy.; includes dustjacket (SIGNED MORLEY, CHRISTO LITX)
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Whitman, WaltThe Tenderest lover; the Erotic Poetry of Walt Whitman
$63.25
Hardcover
Publisher: Delacorte Press, New York, 1970
Used. Edited and with an introduction by Walter Lowenfels; illustrationbs by J. K. Lambert. xxxiii, 154p., b/w illus., lightly chipped dj. SIGNED presentation from the illustrator, plus a one-page 1982 ALS of the illustrator while designing books at Random House.; includes dustjacket (WHITMAN AMERICAN LITERATURE POETRY JIM LAMBERT BOOK ILLUSTRATION)
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Whitman, Walt). Wells, Carolyn; and Goldsmith, Alfred F.A CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF WALT WHITMAN With a Supplement of Fifty Books About Whitman.
$75.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Boston/NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922., 1922
Used - Good. - Small octavo, light gray cloth backed black boards; printed label on spine; deckle-edged. Heavily bumped & rubbed; spine darkened with label rubbed. viii, [vi], 106 & [1] pp. plus colophon, partially unopened. Cracked; a few pages lightly soiled. Good. Limited edition of 550 numbered copies.Presentation copy inscribed on the front endpaper by Goldsmith in 1927 to the well regarded bookseller Fred A. Rosenstock. (BOOKS-ON-BOOKS; REFERENCE; FRED A. ROSENSTOCK; ART OF THE BOOK; BIBLIOGRAPHY; (LITERATURE). (POETRY). A CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY WORKS WALT WHITMAN WITH SUPPLEMENT FIFTY BOOKS ABOUT WHITMAN. (WHITMAN, WALT). WELLS, CAROLYN; AND GOLDSMITH, ALFRED F.)
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Whitman, Walt] Feinberg, Charles E.Walt Whitman. A Selection of the Manuscripts, Books and Association Items Gathered by Charles E. Feinberg.
$85.00
Softcover
Publisher: Detroit: Detroit Public Library, 1955, 1955
Used. Detroit: Detroit Public Library, 1955. Original printed wrappers, 128 pp., illustrated. With an introduction by David C. Mearns, Chief, Manuscripts Division, The Library of Congress, where Feinberg's collection ultimately settled. A presentation copy: "To Dick Fair in appreciation of his help & advice & work in the making of this catalogue. Charles Feinberg." Richard Fair was the designer. Some soil and wear, a Very Good copy.
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Whitman, Walt]; Loving JeromeWALT WHITMAN. The Song of Himself.
$104.50
Hardcover
Publisher: Berkeley University of California Press 1999, 1999
Used. First Edition. Signed by the author. With a frontispiece letter facsimile and 24 pages of black and white photos. 8vo, publisher’s original beige and maroon cloth over boards in the original photgraphic dustjacket xiv, 568 pp. An excellent copy, as mint and pristine. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. "Loving has written a full-length critical biography of Walt Whitman to present the most accurate, complete, and complex portrait of the poet to date. It includes his attitudes toward...
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman in Camden: A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days. With a Preface By Christopher Morley and Photographs By Arnold Genthe
$125.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Haddon Craftsmen, Camden, N.J., 1938
Used. [v], 45p. [2] leaves of plates: 2 illus. A very good copy, the blank spine is slightly faded, there is minor soil on the back cover, there is a blank bookplate pasted over another on the front paste-down endpaper, and there is a pea-size soil mark above the frontispiece, well off the illustration. The presentation on the front free endpaper reads: " Carl Woodward / December 25, 1938 / Compliments of / The Haddon Craftsman." There are two engraved reproductions of photographs of Arnold... (WHITMAN, WALT, 1819-1892. POETS, AMERICAN--19TH CENTURY--DIARIES. MORLEY, CHRISTOPHER. GENTHE, ARNOLD.)
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Whitman, Walt) Harris, Robert O., Jr.Walt Whitman: An Exhibition from the Collection of Robert O. Harris, Jr.
$175.00
Softcover
Publisher: DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1987
Used - Near Fine. Near fine in original wrappers with light wear to one corner. Signed and dated by Harris in November, 1987.
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London, Jack; Sinclair Lewis; Robert Penn Warren; Thomas Paine; Henry Adams; Thomas Jefferson; Walt Whitman; William Dean Howells; Edgar Allan...Lot of 10 volumes from the Franklin Library's "The 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature" series: 1) Jack London: The Call of the Wild (1977); 2) Sinclair Lewis: Main Street (1978); 3) Robert Penn Warren: All the King's Men (1979); 4)...
$225.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Franklin Library 1977-1984, Franklin Center, Penn., 1977
Used - Very Good. Collection of 10 titlees from the Franklin Library's "The 100 Greatest Masterpieces of American Literature" series: - 1) Jack London: The Call of the Wild (1977). Quarto. [8], 157pp. Original gilt stamped leather, with gold lettering on spine. Raised bands. All edges gilt. Moire endpapers. Ribbon marker. Frontispiece. Buck, a sturdy crossbreed canine (half St. Bernard, half Shepard), is a dog born to luxury and raised in a sheltered Californian home. But then he is... (FICTION, AMERICAN LITERATURE, POLITACAL ESSAYS, LIMITED EDITION, ILLUSTRATED, REFERENCE)
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Whitman, WaltWALT WHITMAN IN CAMDEN A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days.
$250.00
Hardcover
Publisher: The Hadden Craftsmen,, Camden:, 1938
Used. Quarto in original linen cloth over boards with mounted photogravure photo on front cover, in slightly faded but very good publisher's slipcase. Limited to 1100 copies. Inked inscription on front fly-leaf from Richard Ellis, one of the foremost 20th century book designers, to John D. Gordon. Also included is Ellis' hand-written letter to Mr. Gordon discussing bookish issues. Book design by Richard Ellis and signed by him on the colophon page, with a Preface by Christopher Morley and... (GENTHE PHOTOGRAPHY WHITMAN ELLIS, RICHARD MORELY, CHRISTOPHER PRIVATE PRESS PHOTOGRAVURE ELLIS)
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Walt Whitman. Duane MichalsSalute, Walt Whitman
$450.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Santa Fe, NM, Twin Palms, 1996
Used - Like New. Complete and in asa issued condition, small folio, 122 pages plus 60 black and white photographs. Number 6 of 100 copies signed by Michals on the colophon page. Bound in dark gray cloth covered boards and housed in the Publisher's black cloth covered slip with some very minor scuffs--you know how black just sucks up lint. A very sensitive production which gussies up Whitman using soft Gay porn. (AMERICAN GAY POETRY, POETS. EROTICA)
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Red Angel Press) - Walt Whitman.To You, Walt Whitman. Speaking to Walt Whitman: A collection of poetry, by
$488.77
Hardcover
Publisher: Imperial 4to, pp.x,29[5] + woodcuts, (Ronald Keller) Red Angel Press, New Y
Used - Fine. One of 100 (110) copies handset in Garamond, printed in reddish-brown and black and signed by the artist/printer and Betty Keller who edited the text.5 woodcut portraits of Whitman at different ages by Ronald Keller printedon translucent Kozo paper. Bound in beige linen with black spine titling, upper board screen-printed with a two-colour image that stretches onto the front endpaper, top edge trimmmed, others uncut. A fine copy. Whitman's poetry communicated to many poets to... (WALT WHITMAN RED ANGEL PRESS RONALD KELLER)
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John Johnston [Walt Whitman]Diary Notes of A Visit to Walt Whitman and some of his Friends in 1890 [with photograph]
$543.08
Hardcover
Publisher: The Labour Press, Limited, Manchester, 1898
Used - Very Good. pp 151 [1] Johnston's account of his Visit to Walt Whitman, inscribed in affectionate terms to a friend togegther with a vintage photograph of Whitman similarly inscribed. The book which is in the publisher's cloth is inscribed from the author 'To Walt J Hawkins, with sincere regards from his boyhood and manhood friend The Author Bolton May 29th 1898'. The photograph is inscribed to the verso: 'Reduced facsimile of large autograph portrait of Walt Whitman presented by him...
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Lüpertz, Markus und Whitman, Walt.Markus Lüpertz. Männer ohne Frauen. Walt Whitman. Gesang von mir selbst. Siegfried Gohr. Ein Nachwort.
$574.98
Hardcover
Publisher: Kleinheinrich,, Münster,, 1994
Used. Münster, Kleinheinrich, 1994. 4°. 92 n.n. S. und 4 farb. Holzschnitten. OHLn. in Schuber. Nr. 159/400 numerierten Exemplaren, von Markus Lüpertz handschriftlich numeriert und signiert. - Schönes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch (ILLUSTRIERTE BÜCHER; KUNSTBÜCHER; KUNSTBÜCHER MIT ORIGINALGRAFIKEN; KÜNSTLERBÜCHER; LYRIK)
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Perry, Bliss; (Richard Watson Gilder; Walt Whitman)Walt Whitman: His Life and Work
$750.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1906
Used - Near Fine. 8vo., green cloth lettered in gilt; top edge gilt; with a touch of edge-wear. First edition. From the library of Richard Watson Gilder, with his ownership signature and annotations on pages 14, 59, 68, 155, 175, 178, 240, 291, 306, 307, 319, rear endpaper, and rear pastedown. Gilder, an accomplished poet, was the longtime editor of Century Magazine, where Whitman published portions of Leaves of Grass. Bliss acknowledged Gilder in his preface to the volume. A significant...
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SISKIND, Aaron, WHITMAN, WaltAaron Siskind and Walt Whitman: Song of the Open Road, Limited Edition (with Prints)
$1,950.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, New York, 1990
Used - Fine. First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 550 copies (this being number 294), numbered and signed on the colophon page by Siskind, with six bound hand-pulled photogravure plates (each 10-1/2 x 10-1/2 inches). Hardcover. Fine green linen cloth-covered boards, with spine and fore edge bound in black goatskin and title stamped in gold on spine; no dust jacket as issued; contained in a black linen-covered slipcase. Photographs by Aaron Siskind. Text by Walt Whitman. Includes...
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Whitman, Walt.The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman. 10 volumes.
$2,500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press,, NY:, 1902
Used. The Book Lover's Camden Edition limited to 500 numbered copies of which this is number 410, signed by the editors and literary executors for Whitman, Richard Maurice Bucke, Thomas B. Harned, and Horace L. Traubel. Quarter cream vellum and gray paper over boards with cream vellum corner tips, decorated gold embossed spines, top edges gilt, outer and bottom edges rough trimmed. From the library of Carleton Noyes, author of "An Approach to Walt Whitman", with his pencil markings...
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WHITMAN, WaltWalt Whitman Signed Check
$2,750.00
Publisher: New York, 1868
Used. Walt Whitman Signed Check WHITMAN, Walt. Walt Whitman Signed Check. [New York: 1868]. (Measures 2 5/8 x 7 3/4 inches). Dated January 3, 1868. Filled out in another hand and signed by W.C. & F.P. Church (Publishers) payable to Whitman for $100.00. Endorsed on the reverse in black ink by Whitman. In very good condition with several vertical folds, cancellation cut to center, scattered light toning and soiling and a revenue stamp affixed to the front. This is Whitman's requested price for... (WHITMAN, WALT AMERICAN LITERATURE AUTOGRAPHS)
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Whitman, Walt.THE COMPLETE WRITINGS OF WALT WHITMAN (THE PAUMANOK EDITION). Ten volumes.
$3,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons., New York:
Used. 1st ed, the Paumanok Edition, limited to 300 numbered copies printed on Ruisdael hand-made paper, signed in type by the publishers. Illustrations throughout and with a color frontis in each volume (colored fronis is not called for by BAL). A great set issued under the editorial supervision of his Literary Executors, Richard Maurice Bucke, Thomas B. Harned, and Horace L. Traubel. With additional bibliographical and critical material prepared by Oscar Lovell Triggs. Due to the size of...
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Whitman, Walt.Walt Whitman Signed Photograph.
$3,200.00
Used. Sepia-toned silver gelatin photograph of Walt Whitman. The photograph was taken in Brooklyn in September 1872 by G.F.E. Pearsall when the poet was fifty-three years old. Signed "Walt Whitman born May 31 1819." In very good condition with some toning to the edges. The photograph is 4.25" x 7". Framed and Matted.Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB
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Whitman, WaltComplete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman
$3,500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Philadelphia, 1888
Used - Very Good. "Complete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman 1855.1888 Authenticated & Personal Book (Handled by W.W).Portraits from Life.Autograph" Copyright page states 1881 although book was printed 1888/1889. Hand-written limitation page states "Edition: Six Hundred Number Five Hundred Forty=Seven" Book is signed on the opposite page by Walt Whitman under nine lines from the Leaves of Grass. Note: This is an ex-library book from the Worcestershire County Library and also has the small... (FIRST EDITIONS, LIMITED/SIGNED ANTIQUARIANS)
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Johnson, Thomas; Walt WhitmanWalt Whitman
$3,500.00
1890
Used - Fine. Etching, drypoint, on white wove paper, measuring 11 15/16 x 9 inches, of the poet Walt Whitman, age nearly 70, by the artist Thomas Johnson after a photograph by George C. Cox taken in April 1887, and titled "The Laughing Philosopher.” Signed and dated by Johnson, "T. Johnson, 1891," in pencil below the image. A stunning piece of Whitmania, rarely encountered signed
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WHITMAN, Walt). TRAUBEL, Horace, edited byCamden's Compliment to Walt Whitman, May 31, 1889. Notes, Addresses, Letters, Telegrams
$4,000.00
Hardcover
Publisher: David McKay, Philadelphia, 1889
Used. First edition. Front hinge slightly tender and a couple of splash marks on the front board, a sound, very good copy. A tribute to Whitman on his seventieth birthday, containing an "Autobiographic Note & Response" by Whitman. This anthology also includes a poem by Ernest Rhys, Horace Traubel's essay "Recorders Ages Hence," and letters or addresses by Mark Twain, Richard Watson Gilder, Julian Hawthorne, Hamlin Garland, William Rossetti, William Morris, Edward Carpenter, John Burroughs,...
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Walt WhitmanWalt Whitman Pays the Printing Expenses For the1867 Edition of ÒLeaves of GrassÓ
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Used. Walt Whitman is the only majorAmerican poet of the 19th centuryto have an intimate association withthe art of bookmaking. Everyone knows Whitman as a poet and the author ofone of the most studied books of American poetry, ÒLeaves of Grass.Ó Whatis less well known is that Whitman was trained as a printer and throughouthis life spent time in printing shops and binderies, often setting type himselfand always intimately involved in the design and production of his books.Whitman did not...The Raab Collection
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Walt Whitman (Author); Mark Van Doren (Selected with Notes by); Mark Van Doren (With A Biographical & Critcal Introduction by)The Portable Walt Whitman: Leaves of Grass, Democtratic Vistas, Specimen Days (The Viking Portable Library)
$9.00
Publisher: The Viking Press, Publishers, 1965
New York: The Viking Press, Publishers, 1965. 698 pp. Solidly bound copy with moderate external wear. Clean text. Previous owner's name inscribed on first front-end page. Cover pages show moderate use around edges. . 10th Printing: May 1965. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Illus. by James & Ruth McCrea (Cover Design). 12mo - over 6 3/4 " - 7 3/4 " tall. Academic, Scholarly, Research. Signed.
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Whitman, Walt; Lowenfels, Walter (Editor)Tenderest Lover - The Erotic Poetry of Walt Whitman
$20.00
Publisher: Delta, 1972
Delta, 1972. Book. Illus. by Lambert, J.K.. Very Good -. Soft cover. Inscribed by Editor. First Thus. Inscribed by Lowenfels inside front cover. Small round stain on top of front cover and another to rear top edge of text block. . First edition. Signed.
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Lime Kiln Press; Walt Whitman; UC Santa CruzThe Lime Kiln Press Cordially Invites You To A Reception Celebrating the Publication of American Bard, by Walt Whitman
$25.00
Publisher: Santa Cruz, CA.: Lime Kiln Press, 1981
Santa Cruz, CA.: Lime Kiln Press, 1981. 16mo. Postcard, Very Good, with damp stains, sun-fading. MS dated & signed letter (by Bill Everson?) on verso. Signed.
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WHITMAN, WaltTwo Prefaces by Walt Whitman
$45.00
1926
1926. WHITMAN, Walt. Two Prefaces by Walt Whitman: The Original Preface to Leaves of Grass, 1855, and A Backward Glance O'er Travel'd Roads, 1888, with an Introductory Note by Christopher Morley. Original cloth, printed paper spine label, non-priceclipped dustjacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1926. First edition, Lee-53. Signed by Morley on front free endpaper. Spine panel sunned, else a very good or better copy. First edition. Signed.
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DEUTSCH, Babette. (WHITMAN, Walt)WALT WHITMAN
$45.00
Publisher: Martins, 1965
DEUTSCH, Babette. WALT WHITMAN [by] Babette Deutsch. (Sao Paulo): Martins, 1965. First Brazilian edition (text in Portugeuse) . Covers have single chip on rear cover (one and one-half inch, by one-half inch, at top edge, with no loss to printing), two moderate soil marks on front flyleaf, else a very good copy. . Signed by Babette Deutsch on front flyleaf. . [first published as "Walt Whitman, Builder for America," in New York, in 1941]. Pictorial wrappers, 231 pages, illustrated. Signed.
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Whitman, WaltThe Tenderest lover; the Erotic Poetry of Walt Whitman
$55.00
Publisher: Delacorte Press, 1970
New York: Delacorte Press. 1970. F 1st Printing. Edited and with an introduction by Walter Lowenfels; illustrationbs by J. K. Lambert. xxxiii, 154p., b/w illus., lightly chipped dj. SIGNED presentation from the illustrator, plus a one-page 1982 ALS of the illustrator while designing books at Random House. First edition. Signed.
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Whitman, Walt; Maynard, LaurensThe Wisdom Of Walt Whitman
$73.71
Publisher: Brentanos, 1917
Brentanos. Good+;. 1917. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth cover with elaborate art nouveau gilt stamped decor has wear to corners and caps. Boards and spine are straight. Binding is tight. Minor underlining on several pages. Former owner's name neatly inscribed to paste down. ; 1908; 0.35 x 9.02 x 5.98 Inches; 182 pages . Signed.
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(Whitman, Walt). Wells, Carolyn; and Goldsmith, Alfred FA CONCISE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WORKS OF WALT WHITMAN With a Supplement of Fifty Books About Whitman
$75.00
Publisher: Boston/NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922., 1922
Boston/NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922.. 1922.. Good. - Small octavo, light gray cloth backed black boards; printed label on spine; deckle-edged. Heavily bumped & rubbed; spine darkened with label rubbed. viii, [vi], 106 & [1] pp. plus colophon, partially unopened. Cracked; a few pages lightly soiled. Good. Limited edition of 550 numbered copies.Presentation copy inscribed on the front endpaper by Goldsmith in 1927 to the well regarded bookseller Fred A. Rosenstock. Signed.
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Whitman, Walt; Cava, Paul (illus.)Walt Whitman / Paul Cava: Children of Adam from Leaves of Grass (English and German Edition)
$80.00
ISBN 3936165440
Publisher: edition Galerie Vevais, 2005
edition Galerie Vevais, 2005-10-01. Oversized Paperback.. Very good condition.. Inscribed by the artist Paul Cava. Text in English and German. Minor wear to extremities. Signed.
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[Whitman, Walt]; Loving JeromeWALT WHITMAN. The Song of Himself
$104.50
Publisher: University of California Press, 1999
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999. First Edition. Signed by the author. With a frontispiece letter facsimile and 24 pages of black and white photos. 8vo, publisher's original beige and maroon cloth over boards in the original photgraphic dustjacket xiv, 568 pp. An excellent copy, as mint and pristine. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. "Loving has written a full-length critical biography of Walt Whitman to present the most accurate, complete, and complex portrait of the poet...
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman in Camden. A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days
$125.00
Publisher: Camden, N.J.: The Haddon Craftsmen, 1938
Camden, N.J.: The Haddon Craftsmen, 1938. One of 1100 copies printed and bound under the direction of Richard Ellis, and signed by him. 11-1/4 x 7-3/4 inches. With a Preface by Christopher Morley and Photographs by Arnold Genthe (two photogravure plates fro, photos by Genthe). Linen, with mounted half-tone illustration of Whitman's tombstone reproduced on upper cover. Fine copy in slipcase Signed.
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(Whitman, Walt) Harris, Robert O., JrWalt Whitman: An Exhibition from the Collection of Robert O. Harris, Jr
$175.00
Publisher: DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, 1987
Dallas: DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, 1987. Near fine in original wrappers with light wear to one corner. Signed and dated by Harris in November, 1987.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. First edition. Signed.
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Whitman, WaltWALT WHITMAN IN CAMDEN A Selection of Prose from Specimen Days
$250.00
Publisher: The Hadden Craftsmen, 1938
Camden: The Hadden Craftsmen,. 1938. Hardcover. Quarto in original linen cloth over boards with mounted photogravure photo on front cover, in slightly faded but very good publisher's slipcase. Limited to 1100 copies. Inked inscription on front fly-leaf from Richard Ellis, one of the foremost 20th century book designers, to John D. Gordon. Also included is Ellis' hand-written letter to Mr. Gordon discussing bookish issues. Book design by Richard Ellis and signed by him on the colophon page,...
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Walt Whitman AssociationMANUSCRIPT [WALT WHITMAN] - SAMUEL CLEMENTS AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED,
$436.10
1837
Very Good with no dust jacket. 1837. Manuscript. Philately; Stampless Letter; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 3 pages; An interesting association piece from Walt Whitman's master. Samuel Clements, editor of the Long Island Patriot, under whom Walt Whitman served as an apprentice in 1831. American Manuscript Material - Samuel Clements: Clements, Samuel. Autograph Letter Signed in folded stampless cover [10] N. P. , [ca. 1847]. 1 p. , 4to, with integral address leaf; some spotting, small separations along...
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John Johnston [Walt Whitman]Diary Notes of A Visit to Walt Whitman and some of his Friends in 1890 [with photograph]
$540.30
Publisher: The Labour Press, Limited, 1898
Manchester: The Labour Press, Limited, 1898 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. pp 151 [1] Johnston's account of his Visit to Walt Whitman, inscribed in affectionate terms to a friend togegther with a vintage photograph of Whitman similarly inscribed. The book which is in the publisher's cloth is inscribed from the author 'To Walt J Hawkins, with sincere regards from his boyhood and manhood friend The Author Bolton May 29th 1898'. The photograph is inscribed to the...
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Siskind, Aaron, Whitman, WaltAaron Siskind and Walt Whitman: Song of the Open Road, Limited Edition (with Prints)
$1,199.00
Publisher: Limited Editions Club, 1990
Limited Editions Club, 1990. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED by 10% until Sunday, Feb. 1 (sale item). First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 550 copies, numbered and signed on the colophon page by Siskind, with six bound hand-pulled photogravure plates (each 10-1/2 x 10-1/2 inches). Hardcover. Fine green linen cloth-covered boards, with spine and fore edge bound in black goatskin and title stamped in gold on spine; no dust jacket as issued; FINE in a very good...
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Whitman, WaltThe Complete Writings of Walt Whitman. 10 volumes
$2,500.00
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press,, 1902
NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press,. 1902.. Hardcover. This set has been well read by Carleton Noyes with the hinges tender. in most volumes and his pencil notes and markings throughout. The. spines have darkened a bit with a few bumped corners, the 9th volume. has a 1 inch split at the front lower joint with two of the three. illustrations in that volume loose in the binding, small black ink. stain to bottom of spine on volume 10, else a good plus, attractive. set without dust...
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Whitman, WaltWalt Whitman Signed Photograph
$3,200.00
Sepia-toned silver gelatin photograph of Walt Whitman. The photograph was taken in Brooklyn in September 1872 by G.F.E. Pearsall when the poet was fifty-three years old. Signed "Walt Whitman born May 31 1819." In very good condition with some toning to the edges. The photograph is 4.25" x 7." Framed and Matted. First edition. Signed.Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB
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(WHITMAN, Walt). TRAUBEL, Horace, edited byCamden's Compliment to Walt Whitman, May 31, 1889. Notes, Addresses, Letters, Telegrams
$4,000.00
Publisher: David McKay, 1889
Philadelphia: David McKay. 1889. First. First edition. Front hinge slightly tender and a couple of splash marks on the front board, a sound, very good copy. A tribute to Whitman on his seventieth birthday, containing an "Autobiographic Note & Response" by Whitman. This anthology also includes a poem by Ernest Rhys, Horace Traubel's essay "Recorders Ages Hence," and letters or addresses by Mark Twain, Richard Watson Gilder, Julian Hawthorne, Hamlin Garland, William Rossetti, William Morris,...
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Walt WhitmanComplete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman, 1855 . . . 1888
$6,000.00
Publisher: Walt Whitman, 1888
Walt Whitman. Good. 1888. B00FIBFWQS Good. (Binding: Hardcover, Jacket: No Jacket) Cloth.#218 of 600 copies printed. Signed by author on the Leaves . B00FIBFWQS . Signed.
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Walt WhitmanWalt Whitman Pays the Printing Expenses For the 1867 Edition of “Leaves of Grass”
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Walt Whitman is the only major American poet of the 19th century to have an intimate association with the art of bookmaking. Everyone knows Whitman as a poet and the author of one of the most studied books of American poetry, “Leaves of Grass.” What is less well known is that Whitman was trained as a printer and throughout his life spent time in printing shops and binderies, often setting type himself and always intimately involved in the design and production of his books. Whitman did...The Raab Collection
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Walt WhitmanNotes and Fragments: Left by Walt Whitman and Now Edited by Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke, One of His Literary Executors [Limited to 225 copies, signed by the editor]
$949.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Printed for Private Distribution Only: A. Talbot & Co, 1899
Collectible - Acceptable, Usually ships in 1-2 business days, Privately printed, 1899. Limited to 225 copies, numbered and signed by the editor. This is copy 64. Four portraits of Whitman laid in. One appears to be a photographic proof of the famous leaning on desk portrait. Another, an engraved Phototype by the "Dean of American photographers, E. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. Note: In his daybook, Whitman recorded on 6 August 1889 that he "went over in a carriage to Gutekunst's, Philadelphia &...
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Walt WhitmanComplete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman
$3,500.00
Hardcover
Publisher: Ferguson Brothers, 1888
Collectible - Very Good, Usually ships in 1-2 business days, Cloth; Very Good; Signed by Author; No Dust Jacket; "Complete Poems & Prose of Walt Whitman 1855.1888 Authenticated & Personal Book (Handled by W.W).Portraits from Life.Autograph" Copyright page states 1881 although book was printed 1888/1889. Hand-written limitation page states "Edition: Six Hundred Number Five Hundred Forty=Seven" Book is signed on the opposite page by Walt Whitman under nine lines from the Leaves of Grass. Note:...
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