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:
List of Illustrations



[Frontispiece]
Walt Whitman, 1887
Photograph by George C. Cox, New York.
Courtesy Bayley-Whitman Collection, Beeghly Library, Ohio Wesleyan University
Horace Traubel's manuscript page of With Walt Whitman in Camden for July 7, 1890

Dr. John Johnston, April 22, 1891
Courtesy Library of Congress, Traubel Collection
David McKay, June 1, 1883
Courtesy Library of Congress, Traubel Collection
William Sloane Kennedy, 1924
Courtesy Library of Congress, Traubel Collection
Nellie O'Connor, c. 1890-95
Courtesy Library of Congress, Traubel Collection
Walt Whitman's bedroom, 1890
Photo by Dr. John Johnston
Courtesy Whitman House, Camden New Jersey
Manuscript of Walt Whitman's "speech" given at Ingersoll testimonial lecture, October 21, 1890
Courtesy Library of Congress, Feinberg Collection
Draft manuscript of "The Unexpress'd," 1890
Published in Good-Bye My Fancy, 1891
Courtesy Library of Congress