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E. Sculley Bradley collection of printed material relating to Walt Whitman

Print Coll. 45

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Bradley, Sculley, 1897-
Title:
E. Sculley Bradley collection of printed material relating to Walt Whitman
Date [inclusive]:
1892-1982
Call Number:
Print Coll. 45
Extent:
1.25 linear feet (1 box)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Edward Sculley Bradley (1897-1987) was a scholar, author, educator, and administrator at the University of Pennsylvania. Bradley was considered an international expert on American poet Walt Whitman (1819-1892), editing several important editions of the poet's Leaves of Grass. He was also a general editor and contributed to the 14-volume  Collected Writings of Walt Whitman from 1961 to 1984, and was a trustee of the Walt Whitman Foundation. He was instrumental in Penn acquiring numerous important literary collections, including the Walt Whitman collection. This collection of articles, books, journals, essays, newsletters, exhibition information, catalogs, pamphlets, and publications of the Walt Whitman Fellowship (including event information and papers) was compiled by Bradley.
Cite as:
E. Sculley Bradley collection of printed material relating to Walt Whitman, 1892-1982, Print Coll. 45, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.
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Biography/History

Edward Sculley Bradley (1897-1987) (also known as E. Sculley Bradley and Sculley Bradley) was a scholar, author, educator, and administrator at the University of Pennsylvania. Born in Philadelphia to Stephen Edward Bradley and Annette Evelyn Palmer, he received a B.A. in 1919, M.A. in 1921, and Ph.D. in 1925-- all from the University of Pennsylvania. Bradley began his teaching career at Penn as an instructor of English, from 1919 to 1926. He was assistant professor from 1926 to 1937, associate professor from 1937 to 1940 and professor from 1940 to 1967. He served as vice provost of undergraduate education from 1956 to 1963. Bradley held several visiting professorships: at Duke University during the summers of 1932, 1937, and 1941; at Northwestern University in 1938; and at the University Southern California in 1940. He served as lecturer at the Ogontz School from 1926 to 1932; at Rosemont College from 1930 to 1933; at Upton School Drama in Philadelphia from 1930 to 1934; and at the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College in 1945.

Bradley was a prolific writer and editor, serving as assistant literature editor of the Philadelphia Record from 1930 to 1931 and editor of the  General Magazine and History Chronicle in Philadelphia from 1945 to 1956. He published biographies of literary figures George Henry Boker and Henry Charles Lea, as well as several editions of the important and popular anthology,  The American Tradition in Literature. He also published editions of works by Mark Twain, Stephen Crane, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Walt Whitman. Bradley was considered an international expert on Whitman, editing several important editions of the poet's  Leaves of Grass, including the 1949 Rinehart edition, the Comprehensive Reader's Edition in 1965, a Norton Critical Edition in 1973 and  A Textual Variorum in 1980. He was also a general editor and contributed to the 14-volume  Collected Writings of Walt Whitman from 1961 to 1984.

While at Penn, Bradley maintained a long association with many important writers of his day. He was instrumental in the University acquiring numerous important literary collections, including the Walt Whitman collection, the James T. Farrell papers, the William Carlos Williams research collection, the George H. Boker papers, the Henry Charles Lea papers, and the Theodore Dreiser papers. He was a trustee of the Walt Whitman Foundation, and a member of the Franklin Inn Club, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, and Alpha Chi Rho. He was a fellow of the Society of American Studies and the American Association of University Professors, and chairman of the American Literature Group of the Modern Language Association from 1937 to 1938. He was a member of the Society of Friends and was a founding member of Chestnut Hill Monthly Meeting, and served on the board of Germantown Friends School and Friends Hospital. He married Marguerite C. Bradley and had two daughters, Deborah B. Oberholtzer and Alison B. Wilhelm.

Walt Whitman (1819-1892) published his groundbreaking work Leaves of Grass in 1855.  Leaves of Grass, introduced an innovative poetic style that shocked many of his contemporaries, who were accustomed to the metrical regularities and often moralistic themes of poets such as Longfellow and Whittier. During the Civil War, Whitman worked as a clerk in Washington, DC, and visited soldiers during his spare time, dressing wounds and giving solace to the injured-- experiences which led to the poems in his 1865 publication,  Drum-Taps (Poetry Foundation). His work has been enormously influential and he is regarded as one of America's greatest poets, alongside Emily Dickinson. Whitman died on March 26, 1892 in Camden, New Jersey.

Works Cited

Poetry Foundation. (n.d.). “Walt Whitman biography.” Retrieved on October 26, 2017 from https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/walt-whitman

Scope and Contents

This collection of articles, books, journals, essays, newsletters, exhibition information, catalogs, pamphlets, and publications of the Walt Whitman Fellowship (including event information and papers), was compiled by Edward Sculley Bradley (1897-1987) (also known as E. Sculley Bradley and Sculley Bradley), who was a scholar, author, educator, and administrator at the University of Pennsylvania.

Series I: Articles, books, journals, and newsletters, 1892-1982, contains publications about Walt Whitman, by E. Sculley Bradley, and others. Publications include the Long-Islander (1959-1965, both originals and reprographic copies), the  Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin (1950-1955), and the  Walt Whitman Newsletter (1955 January-December). This series is arranged alphabetically by title.

Series II: Exhibitions, events, catalogs, and pamphlets, 1927-1965, primarily contains exhibition publications and holdings catalogs by such institutions as the Detroit Public Library, Nassau Community College, the New York Public Library, and the University of Pennsylvania. This series is arranged alphabetically by title of exhibit, event, catalog, or pamphlet.

Series III: Walt Whitman Fellowship, event information and papers, 1895-1957 [bulk: 1897-1918], contains papers and proceedings for the Walt Whitman Fellowship, from the first year to the twenty-fourth year. The Walt Whitman Fellowship was founded in 1894 by Horace Traubel (1858–1919) "to promote Whitman's literary traditions and to perpetuate the annual birthday celebration [on Whitman's date of birth, May 31]" and, with Traubel's leadership, there were branches in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Boston, as well as in Canada and England (The Whitman Association). Please note that meeting years cross year timespans-- for instance, the second year met in both 1895 and 1896-- and papers for the eleventh year and the sixteenth year are missing.

Works Cited:

The Whitman Association. "About." (n.d.). Retrieved on October 19, 2017 from http://thewaltwhitmanassociation.org/about

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2017 October 30

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Alexandra M. Wilder

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts at the University of Pennsylvania:

E. Sculley Bradley papers, 1876-1970 [bulk: 1944-1962], Ms. Coll. 1083

Walt Whitman collection, 1842-1957 [bulk]: 1867-1894, Ms. Coll. 190.

At the Library of Congress:

Walt Whitman Papers (Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection)

Of related interest is the online Walt Whitman Archive at http://whitmanarchive.org.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Walt Whitman Fellowship.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Articles
  • Exhibition catalogs
  • Newsletters
  • Publications (documents)
Personal Name(s)
  • Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892
Subject(s)
  • Authors
  • Authors, American--19th century
  • Literature--Societies, etc.
  • Literature--Study and teaching
  • Poetry--Study and teaching
  • Poets
  • Poets, American--19th century

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Collection Inventory

I. Articles, books, journals, and newsletters.

Box Folder

The American Book Collector: Special Walt Whitman Number, volume 11, number 9, 1961 May.

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An Unpublished Whitman Manuscript: The Record Book of the Smithtown Debating Society 1837-1838, Katherine Molinoff, Hunter College of the City of New York, Number One in a Series of Monographs of Unpublished Whitman Material, 1941.

1 1

Aspects of Immortality in Whitman, Emory Holloway, The Kindle Press, two copies, one copy inscribed from Emory Holloway to Sculley Bradley, dated May 1969, 1969.

1 1

"Great Americans: Our Contemporaries, Walt Whitman," Henry Seidel Canby, critic: John T. Frederick, Northwestern University on the Air, Of Men and Books, volume 3, number 16, 1944 January 29.

1 1

"How to Become Eminent; Or, Life Among the Feinberg Mss," William White, reprinted from The Walt Whitman Birthplace Bulletin, volume 4, number 4, 1961 July.

1 1
Drawer Folder

The Long-Islander, section 3, page 1, 1959 July 2.

100

The Long-Islander, section 3, pages 1-2 (one original and one reprographic copy), 1960 May 26.

100

The Long-Islander, section 3, page 1, 1961 May 25.

100

The Long-Islander, section 2, page 3, 1962 May 24.

100

The Long-Islander, section 2, page 8, 1963 May 30.

100

The Long-Islander, section 3, page 1, 1964 May 28.

100
Box Folder

The Long-Islander, section 2, pages 4-5 (reprographic copy), 1965 June 3.

1 2

The Modern School: Walt Whitman Number, volume 6, number 4-5 (two copies, one annotated), 1919 April-May.

1 2

The Nassau Review: Whitman Issue, Nassau Community College, volume 1, number 2, with typed letter from George A. Brenner, director of the Whitman Festival, to Neda M. Westlake, curator, University of Pennsylvania, dated 1965 December 1, 1965 spring .

1 2

The People and John Quincy Adams, Walt Whitman, with a note by William White, The Oriole Press, 1961.

1 3

Some Notes on Whitman's Family, Katherine Molinoff, Hunter College of the City of New York, Number Two in a Series of Monographs of Unpublished Whitman Material, 1941.

1 3

"Some Portraits and Autographs of Walt Whitman," author unknown, Century Magazine, volume 81, 1911 February .

1 3

"Stephen Vincent Benét, Poet of Democracy," [Benét on Walt Whitman] critic: John T. Frederick, Northwestern University on the Air, Of Men and Books, volume 2, number 41, 1943 July 17.

1 3

The Two Poets of "Leaves of Grass," Gay Wilson Allen, The Kindle Press, 1969.

1 3

"Walt Whitman and His Doctors," Charles E. Feinberg, reprint from The Archives of Internal Medicine, American Medical Association, volume 114, 1964 December.

1 3

"Walt Whitman and the Postwar World," Sculley Bradley, The South Atlantic Quarterly, volume 42, number 3, 1943 July.

1 3

Walt Whitman at Southold, Katherine Molinoff, Long Island University, Number Four in a Series of Monographs of Unpublished Whitman Material, 1966.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin, volume 3, number 1, 1950 March.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin, volume 4, number 1, 1951 April.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin, volume 5, number 1, 1952 April.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin, volume 6, number 1, 1953 April.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin, volume 7, number 1, 1954 April.

1 4

Walt Whitman Foundation Bulletin: A Special Number Commemorating the Centenary of the First Edition of Whitman's "Leaves of Grass", volume 8, number 2, 1955 April.

1 4

Walt Whitman in Camden, Ralph W. Wescott, Chairman of the Walt Whitman Foundation, Trenton Printing Co., 1952.

1 4

"Walt Whitman in Our Time," essays by Roy P. Basler, William Meredith, Edwin Haviland Miller, and James E. Miller, supplement to the Walt Whitman Review, Wayne State University Press, 1970.

1 5

"Walt Whitman-- Man, Poet, Philosopher: Three Lectures Presented Under the Auspices of The Gertrude Clarke Whittall Poetry and Literature Fund," Gay Wilson Allen, Mark Van Doren, and David Daiches, The Library of Congress, 1955.

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Walt Whitman Newsletter, New York University Press, number 1, 1955 January.

1 5

Walt Whitman Newsletter, New York University Press, number 2, 1955 March.

1 5

Walt Whitman Newsletter, New York University Press, number 3, 1955 June.

1 5

Walt Whitman Newsletter, New York University Press, number 4, 1955 December.

1 5

"Walt Whitman on Timber Creek," Sculley Bradley, American Literature, volume 5, number 3, 1933 November.

1 5

"Walt Whitman: Poet of the Present War," Sculley Bradley, The General Magazine and Historical Chronicle, volume 45, number 1, 1942 October .

1 6

"Walt Whitman's Short Stories: Some Comments and a Bibliography," William White, Bibliographical Society of America, 1958.

1 6

"Walt Whitman, the Journalist," Charles I. Glicksberg, Americana Illustrated, The American Historical Society, volume 30, number 3, 1936 July.

1 6

"Walt Whitman: The Singer and the Chains," Manuel Komroff [self-published pamphlet], 1966.

1 7

West Hills Review: A Walt Whitman Journal, volume 3, 1981-1982.

1 7

"Whitman and William Swinton: A Co-operative Friendship," C. Carroll Hollis, reprint from American Literature, volume 30, number 4, 1959 January.

1 7

"Whitman" and "An Impression of Walt Whitman," The Contributors' Club, The Atlantic Monthly, volume 69, number 416, 1892 June.

1 7

Whitman as a Subject for Biography, Emory Holloway, The Kindle Press, 1974.

1 7

"Whitman's Teaching at Smithtown, 1837-1838," Katherine Molinoff, Hunter College of the City of New York, Number Three in a Series of Monographs of Unpublished Whitman Material, 1941 December 15.

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II. Exhibitions, events, catalogs, and pamphlets.

Box Folder

"A Font of Type," Walt Whitman, pamphlet printed by The Laboratory Press, Carnegie Institute of Technology, designed by Nelson P. Mitchell, 1927 June 1.

1 8

"An Exhibition of the Works of Walt Whitman: Commemorating the Ninetieth Anniversary of the Printing of His Leaves of Grass," Detroit Public Library, 1945 May.

1 8

"An Exhibition of the Works of Walt Whitman: Commemorating the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Printing of His Leaves of Grass," curated by Charles E. Feinberg, Detroit Public Library, 1955 February-March.

1 8

"A Whitman Festival," Nassau Community College Department of English, with typed letter from John J. Cadden, chair of the department of English, Nassau Community College, to Neda M. Westlake, curator, University of Pennsylvania, dated 1965 May 26, 1965 May 21-23.

1 9

"A Whitman Portrait," play adapted and directed by Paul Thyre and starring Barbara Barrie and James Whitmore, Nassau Community College Department of Theatre and The Committee on the Walt Whitman Festival, 1965 May 11-23.

1 9

"Comprehensive Reader's Edition of Leaves of Grass," pamphlet for book edited by Sculley Bradley and Harold W. Blodgett, published by New York University Press, 1965.

1 9

"Manuscripts, Autograph Letters, First Editions, and Portraits of Walt Whitman," American Art Association Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1936.

1 9

"The One Hundred and Twentieth Anniversary of the Birth of Walt Whitman: An Exhibit from the Collections of Mrs. Frank Julian Sprague of New York City," The Library of Congress, 1942.

1 9

Ten Notebooks and a Cardboard Butterfly Missing from the Walt Whitman Papers, The Library of Congress, 1954.

1 10

"The University of Pennsylvania Library Announces an Exhibition Commemorating the one Hundredth Anniversary of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass to be Held in the Main Library", 1955 May 9-June 9.

1 10

University of Pennsylvania Library Chronicle, Harriet Sprague Walt Whitman collection and exhibition edition, volume 10, number 2, 1942 June.

1 10

Walt Whitman: A Catalog Based Upon the Collections of The Library of Congress, with inscription and handwritten note to Robert E. Spiller from Harold W. Blodgett, 1955.

1 10

Walt Whitman: Catalogue of an Exhibition, The American Library, London, 1954 March-April.

1 10

"Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass: A Centenary Exhibition from the Lion Whitman Collection and the Berg Collection," New York Public Library, 1955.

Walt Whitman: The Oscar Lion Collection, The New York Public Library, 1953.

Walt Whitman: The Trent Collection, Duke University Library, 1945.

III. Walt Whitman Fellowship, event information and papers.

Drawer Folder

Constitution of the Walt Whitman Society, 1894.

106
Box Folder
1st Year, 1894-1895.
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Announcement and program for first annual meeting, 1895 May 31.

"Publication Fund" (Item 7), 1894 September .

"The Objects of the Fellowship" (Item 8), 1894 October.

"Whitman's Self-Reliance," by John Burroughs (Item 9), 1894 November.

"A Visit to the West Hills," by Daniel G. Brinton and Horace L. Traubel (Item 10), 1894 December.

"Organization of the Boston Branch," by Laurens Maynard (Item 11), 1895 January.

"Members: January 15" (Item 12), 1895 January.

"A Short Reading Course in Whitman," by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke (Item 13), 1895 February.

"Walt Whitman, Schoolmaster: Notes of a Conversation with Charles A. Roe," by Horace L. Traubel (Item 14), 1895 April.

"Contents First Year: 1894-95" (Item 15).

Walt Whitman Re-Union announcement for March 26, 1895 at Reisser's, 1895 March 11.

Philadelphia Branch of Walt Whitman Fellowship, announcement of first meeting on December 9, 1885, at Reisser's, 1895 November 29.

2nd Year, 1895 November-1896 June.
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Frontispiece: Portrait of Walt Whitman from a daguerreotype in possession of J.H. Johnston, circa 1850-1855.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers elected at the Second Annual Meeting Held in Philadelphia, May 31, 1895," (Item 1).

"The Fellowship of Whitman," by John Herbert Clifford (Item 2), 1895 November.

Second Annual Meeting minutes (Item 3), 1895 November.

Boston Branch report (Item 4), 1895 November.

"Whitman the Most Significant and Most Universal of Modern Writers," by Oscar Lovell Triggs (Item 5), 1895 November.

"Whitman and Chicago University," by Hamlin Garland, letter printed in The Conservator in June (Item 6), 1895 November.

"Whitman and the Future," by Thomas B. Harned (Item 7), 1895 November.

"The Whitman Propaganda is Whitman," by John Herbert Clifford (Item 8), 1895 November.

"Was Walt Whitman Mad?" by Richard Maurice Bucke (Item 9), 1895 November.

"What Walt Whitman Means to the Negro," by Kelly Miller (Item 10), 1895 November.

"Members: February 15" (Item 11), 1896 February.

"Contents Second Year: 1895-6" (Item 12), 1896 June.

3rd Year, 1896 May 31-1897 June.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Third Annual Meeting held in Boston, May 31, 1896 (Item 1) and invitation, 1896 May 31.

"Constitution as Revised May 31," (Item 2), 1896 July.

"Annual Meeting: Boston, May 31," by Horace L. Traubel (Item 3), 1896 July.

"A Question of Finance Submitted to the Membership," by Horace L. Traubel (Item 4), 1896 November.

"Annual Meeting: Election of Officers," by Horace L. Traubel (Item 5), 1897 April.

"The American Idea in Whitman," by Charlotte Porter (Item 6), 1897 April.

"Announcement of the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia," by Horace L. Traubel (Item 7), two copies, 1897 May.

"A Convert to Whitman," by Edward Payson Jackson (Item 8), 1897 May.

"Program: Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, May 31" (Item 9), 1897 May.

"Memories of Walt Whitman: 2," by Richard Maurice Bucke (Item 10), 1897 May.

"Contents Third Year: 1896-7" (Item 11), 1897 June.

4th Year, 1898 April-May.
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"Annual Meeting: Philadelphia, May 31," by the Secretary (Item 2), 1898 April.

"Walt Whitman's Unsung Songs," by Charlotte Abbey (Item 3), 1898 April.

"Convention Notice: 1898," by the Secretary (Item 4), 1898 April.

"Walt Whitman's Comradeship," by Laurens Maynard (Item 5), 1898 April.

"Whitman: Radical or Conservative?" by George J. Smith (Item 6), 1898 May.

"Blending of Orient and Occident in Whitman," by Wayland Hyatt Smith (Item 7), 1898 May.

"Self-Primacy in Whitman," by Gustav P. Wiksell (Item 8), 1898 May.

"Program of Annual Meeting, New York, May 31," by the Secretary (Item 9), 1898 May.

"Walt Whitman: An Address," by Richard le Gallienne (Item 10), 1898 May.

"Contents Fourth Year: 1897-8" (Item 11), 1898 May.

5th Year, 1898 May 31-1899 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Fifth Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, May 31, 1898 (Item 1), 1898 May 31.

"Annual Meeting: New York, May 31," by the Secretary (Item 2), three copies, 1899 May.

"Walt Whitman: A Character Study," by Oscar Lovell Triggs (Item 3), 1899 April.

"The Sixth Annual Meeting," by the Secretary (Item 4), four copies, 1899 May.

"A Few Notes on Whitman and the New England Writers," by Laurens Maynard (Item 5), 1899 April.

"Whitman and Mannahatta," by George G. Smith (Item 6), 1899 May.

"Program of the Sixth Annual Meeting, Boston, May 31," by the Secretary (Item 7), 1899 May.

"Whitman and Physique," by Thomas B. Harned (Item 8), 1899 May.

"Contents Fifth Year: 1898-9" (Item 9), 1899 May.

6th Year, 1900 May 31.
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"Concerning the Convention at Philadelphia: May 31, 1900" (Item 3), 1900 May.

7th Year, 1901 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the 7th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, May 31, 1900" (Item 1).

"The Secretary's Notes on the Convention in Philadelphia, May 31, 1900" (Item 2), 1901 May.

"Concerning the Convention at New York: May 31, 1901" (Item 3), 1901 May.

Box Folder
8th Year, 1902 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Eighth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1901" (Item 1), 1901 May 31.

"With Reference to the Ninth Convention, at New York, May 31" (Item ), 1902 May.

9th Year, 1903 May.
1 15

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Ninth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1902" (Item 1).

"Convention Notice: 1903" (Item 2), 1903 May.

10th Year, 1904.
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"Tenth Annual Convention of the Walt Whitman Fellowship: International at the Hotel Lafayette-Brevoort, New York, May Thirty First, Nineteen Hundred Three," program, 1903 May 31.

"The Annual Meeting of 1904: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2).

"Emerson and Whitman," submitted by George J. Smith (Item 3).

"The Annual Meeting of 1904: Program," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 4).

"To Walt Whitman," submitted by Elsa Barker (Item 5).

"Some Remarks to the Whitman Fellowship," submitted by Michael Monahan (Item 6).

12th Year, 1905 May 31.
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"Twelfth Annual Convention of the Walt Whitman Fellowship International at the Hotel Lafayette-Brevoort, New York, May Thirty First, Nineteen Hundred Five," program, 1905 May 31.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Twelfth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1905" (Item 1), 1906 April.

13th Year, 1907 May.
1 16

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1906" (Item 1), 1907 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1907: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1907 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Thirteenth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1907 May.

14th Year, 1907 May 31.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Fourteenth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1907" (Item 1), 1908 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Fourteenth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), two copies, 1908 May.

15th Year, 1909 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1908" (Item 1), 1909 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1909: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1909 May.

17th Year, 1911 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Seventeenth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1911 May.

18th Year, 1912 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1911" (Item 1), 1912 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1912: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1912 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Eighteenth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1912 May.

19th Year, 1913 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Nineteenth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1912" (Item 1), 1913 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1913: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1913 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Twentieth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1913 May.

20th Year, 1914 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Twentieth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1913" (Item 1), 1914 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1914: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1914 May.

21st Year, 1914 May 31-1915 May.
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"The Twenty-First Annual Convention of the Walt Whitman Fellowship: Hotel Brevoort: New York: May Thirty-First: Nineteen Hundred Fourteen," program, 1914 May 31.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Twenty First Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1914" (Item 1), 1915 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1915: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1915 May.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Twenty Second Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1915 May.

22nd Year, 1915 May 31-1916 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Twenty Second Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1915" (Item 1), 1916 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1916: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1916 May .

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Twenty Third Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1916 May.

23rd Year.

"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Program for the Twenty Fourth Annual Meeting at Hotel Brevoort, New York, May 31" (Item 3), 1917 May.

Box Folder
24th Year, 1917 May 31-1918 May.
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"Walt Whitman Fellowship: International: Officers Elected at the Twenty Fourth Annual Meeting, New York, May 31, 1917" (Item 1), 1918 May.

"Annual Meeting of 1918: Announcement," submitted by Horace Traubel (Item 2), 1918 May.

"The Walt Whitman Fellowship: An Account of Its Organization and a Checklist of Its Papers," William White, Bibliographical Society of America, 1957.

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