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To Monroe from: Harold Blodgett , Clara Barrus Clifton J. Furness, Emmery Holloway, Henry S. Sanders, Charles J. Glicksberg.
From Monroe to: Blodgett, Beith, Barrus, Bailie, Berenson, Brown, Catel, Clifford, Eyre, Ellis, Elton, Farness, Green, Heaton, Horris Livezey, LondonTimes Editor, Saunders, Schuyberg, Stewart, Traubel, Whiteside.
Notes and Correspondence
1. Clipping-- Walt Whitman section: The brooklyn Deily Eagle May 31, 1919(looth birthday)
2. Wm D. O'Conner notes and letter to Monroe from Grace Elley Channing Feb 18, 1929
3. Notes on Joaquin Miller
4. Letter to Monroe from Edith Trowbridge Von Baur concerning five Walt Whitman letters to her father.
Letter J.T. Trowbridge to W.D. O'Conner
Letter W.D. O'Conner to J.T.Trowbridge
To the editor concerning Walt whitman
The Soldiers etc 1865by Walt Whitman
Notes about: Sidney Lanier, Howard Horace Furness, George H. Boker, Carles G. Leland, Edwin O. Grover (letter), W.S. Kennedy
Letters to Monroe from: Harrison Morris, Mary Kennedy Foote, Florance H. Crowell,
C Chambers Blaisdell.
Notes about: Bronson Alcott, Edward E. Hale, Emerson, Thoreau, Frank S. Sanborn, Talcott Williams.
Letters to Monroe from: Dorothea Blaisdell, Thomas B. Donaldson
Notes about: R. U. Johnson, T. B. Aldrich, J. R. Lowell, J. G. Holland and quote copied to Richard Gilder, W.D. Howells, Longfellow, Bayard Taylor, William Winter, George H. Palmer, Charles E. Norton, Hamlen Garland, John Boyle O'Reilley, Horace? Scudder, George F. Lathrop, E.C. Stedman, Charles Warren Stoddard, R.H. Stoddard, Robert Underward Johnson.
Notes about: Robert Buchanon, Roden Noel, William Michael Rossitti, York Powell, John Addington, Symonds, Moncure D. Conway, Emily Faithful, Frederick Locker, Wm, Morris, G.C. Macaulay
Notes about: Edward Carpenter, Mrs. Anne Gilcrest, William Bell Scott, Henry S. Salt
Corresp. to Monroe concerning Capenter: Henry W. Hevison, Gilbert Beith, Rollo G. Silver, Leonard D. Abbott, Helen Tufts Bailie, J. William LLyod, Henry Salt
Notes about: Swineburne, Matthew Arnold, Alfred Austin, Peter Bayne, Robert L. Stevenson, John C. Bailey, Haverlock Ellis, John Freeman
Letters to Monroe from: John C. Bailey, Haverlock Ellis
Notes about: Ernest Rhys, Edmund Grosse, Tenneson, Lionel Johnson, Rannell Rodd, C. Oscar Gridley, Edwin Arnold, Fredrik Myers, Lord Houghton, Justin McCarthy, John Morley, Edmund Yates.
Letters to Monroe from: James Remnell Rodd, Rose Macalay, Michael Grosse, Harold Blodgett, Edwin Myers, Francis Clarke, Margaret Clifford, O. Murry Brown, Elizabeth W. Mallet, Rollbrook Johnson, Margaret Barton, P.J. Dobell.
Corresp. and clippings concerning the Lancaster-Whitman Fellowship. Letters to Monroe from: Fred Nightgale, Fred Wild, will Hays, Minnie Whiteside, Arthur H. Ransome, John Ormod, W.A.H. Rinson, Emily Grace Allingham
Copied of English Press notices
From Ireland Notes about: Edward Dowden, T.W. Rolleston, Standish O'Grady (and photo), Ramsey Coller,
Correspondence to Monroe from: Maud Rolleston, Elizabeth D. Dowden, W.S.W. Eyre, Margaret O'Grady, D.H. Todhunter.
From Austrialia and New Zealand letters from: J. Macmillan Brown, Dorothy H. Stewart, Fred Schuyberg and notes on Francis Adams.
From Norway, Sweden, and Denmark notes concerning Whitman's work in those countries--translations etc/
From Holland--notes on Whitman
From Belgium and Switzerland--notes on Whitman
From France: notes and letters to Monroe from V.S. Falgette, Jean Catel, C. Cestre
From Italy: copies of Whitman's letters to M.W. Smith
From Spain and Spanish America letters from A. Torre-Rioseco, Alfred Coester, and notes
From Germany and Austria letters from Carl Federn and Johannes Toklaf and notes
From Hungary letter from D. Paul Gulyás, and notes
From Bulgaria letter from R.H. Marbel and notes
From Poland letter from W. Borowy and notes
From Russia letters from Mary Kelsey and Lucy L.W. Wilson
Notes on Whitman's views of:
1. his contemporaries (Matthew Arnold, Dr. Johnson, George Sand, Stevenson, Browning, Shakespear, Bryant, Hawthorn, Poe, Shelly and Keats, Longfellow, Standish O'Grady, George Riley, Lowell, E.C. Stedman, Edmond Grosse)
2. Oriental Influences
3. Religious views
Bibliographical and misc. noten and clippings concerni Whitman
Miss. notes including on Walt Whitman by Santayana, James Harlan, Helen Keller.
Letters to Monroe from: Don C. Seitz, [Patrick R. Newton] Charles F. Sixsmith, Consul General of Czechoslovakia, Mrs. Frank J. Spraug (Harriet) Charlotte Endynion Porter, Henry Hazlitt, Charles W. Bunton, W. W. [Guthree], Florence Finch Kelly, Russell Gerould, Willian E. Barton, Gamaliel Bradford, Wallace B. Nichols, Henry Raymond Mussy, Sidney, E. Morse, David McAlpin, howard Judson Hall
Whitman in World Literature translation of a work by Schyberg (Chpt. 4) by Mrs. G.W. Allen typescript
The Sleepers a poem by walt whitman, limited printing
Our Ababy Palm Springs by J. Smeaton Chase with notes by Monroe and a photograph of him
Glass slides with negatives of Whitman's funeral etc.