With Walt Whitman in Camden, by Horace Traubel
A BIBLIOGRAPHIC HANDLIST
Copyright 1997 by W L Bentley Rare Books. All Rights Reserved.
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VOLUME 7:
Bibliographic Description



ITEM [7]
Southern Illinois University Press, 1992

Title Page:
WITH | WALT WHITMAN | IN CAMDEN | July 7, 1890--February 10, 1891 | 7 | [short rule 12.5 mm] | By HORACE TRAUBEL | Edited by | JEANNE CHAPMAN | ROBERT MACISAAC | With a Foreword by | JUSTIN KAPLAN | SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS | CARBONDALE, ILLINOIS
Collation:
(22.2 x 15.2 cm) [unsigned, 1-1416 154 168 17-1816];
268 leaves; pp. [i-vi] vii-xiv [xv-xvi] 1-250 [6] 251-513 [1].
Contents:
i: half title "WITH | WALT WHITMAN | IN CAMDEN | July 7, 1890--February 10, 1891 | 7". ii: frontispiece. iii: title. iv: copyright "Copyright 1992, by the Fellowship of Friends, Inc. | All rights reserved | Printed in the United States of America | Production supervised by Natalia Nadraga"; Library of Congress cataloging in publication data. v: dedication "To Zhao Luorui | China's foremost translator of Walt Whitman". vi: blank. vii: contents. viii: list of illustrations "ILLUSTRATIONS CONTAINED | IN THIS VOLUME". ix-x: list of letters "LETTERS CONTAINED | IN THIS VOLUME | (Including Other Manuscripts of Walt Whitman)". xi-xii: foreword. xiii-xiv: preface "EDITORS' PREFACE". xv: blank. xvi: plate. 1-462: conversations. 463: fly title "APPENDIX | INDEX". 464: blank. 465-498: appendix "APPENDIX: | "LIBERTY IN LITERATURE" | By Robert G. Ingersoll". 499-513: index.
Plates:
All plates printed on leaves in the original gatherings. Illustrations grouped on 6 unpaginated pages following page 250.
Binding:
Light greyish brown linen texture cloth. All edges trimmed. SPINE: Gold-blocked intertwining leaves around lettering "WITH | WALT | WHITMAN | IN | CAMDEN | 7 | HORACE | TRAUBEL | SOUTHERN | ILLINOIS | UNIVERSITY | PRESS". BACK: ISBN number gold-stamped at foot, near spine.
Dustjacket:
Olive on cream textured stock.
Typography and Paper:
10/13 Scotch Roman text. Ivory wove paper; no watermark.