WHITMAN AND FRIENDS
ON THE INTERNET
Whitman's papers and photographs, and early editions of Whitman's works in the Library of Congress Special Collections.
The Walt Whitman pages at Bartleby.com.
An article by John Townsend Trowbridge, as originally published in The Atlantic Monthly in February 1902.
Home page of the Walt Whitman Birthplace historic site in Long Island, NY.
A review of various Walt Whitman web sites.
From the autobiography of Ella Reeve Bloor.
In August 1919, at this estate near Toronto, Horace took part in the dedication to Whitman of the Mazinaw Rock, which was renamed "Old Walt" and inscribed at its base with lines from Whitman's writings. He later saw a vision of Walt there, beckoning and saying to him "Come on". Horace died at Bon Echo on September 8, 1919.
A talk delivered by Peter Salwen to the Mark Twain Association of New York in 1992.
Eulogy delivered at Whitman's funeral by his friend and supporter Robert J. Ingersoll.
An idiosyncratic account of the Walt Whitman shopping mall in Huntington, New York.
Considered by some to be an original Edison wax cylinder recording of Whitman's voice. MP3 format.
This page was created before the era of Google and Wikipedia. While I've tried to keep the links updated, please enjoy your own explorations of Walt Whitman's presence on the Web.