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 8:
List of Illustrations



[Frontispiece]
Walt Whitman in his Camden bedroom, May 24, 1891.
Photograph by Dr. William Reeder.
Courtesy Rare Books and Manuscripts Division, New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
Draft manuscript title page of Good-Bye My Fancy, 1891.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Feinberg Collection.
Anne Montgomerie Traubel.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Horace L. Traubel Collection.
Horace L. Traubel.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Horace L. Traubel Collection.
Marriage certificate written by Walt Whitman for Anne Montgomerie and Horace L. Traubel, 1891.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Horace L. Traubel Collection.
Samuel Murray, Thomas Eakins, William O'Donovan, and Harry the dog, c. 1891-92.
Photographer unknown.
Courtesy Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Charles Bregler Archival Collection.
Mrs. Mary Oakes Davis, 1891.
Platinum Print by Thomas Eakins (19.5x24.1 cm).
Courtesy The J. Paul Getty Museum.
J. W. Wallace and R. M. Bucke in Bolton, England, August 1891.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Horace L. Traubel Collection.
The Bolton "College," May 31, 1899.
Courtesy Library of Congress, Horace L. Traubel Collection.