Title: Walt Whitman to the Editor of the Century Monthly Review, 31 July 1886
Date: July 31, 1886
Editorial notes: The annotations, "To Dana H Ferreu of The Century Co," "*'Army Hospitals and Cases | Memoranda of the Time, 1863–6'," "$75.00 [illegible]," and "Walt Whitman," are in an unknown hand.
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Location: The Charles E. Feinberg Collection of the Papers of Walt Whitman, 1839–1919, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Whitman Archive ID: loc.02069
Contributors to digital file: Stefan Schöberlein, Ian Faith, Kyle Barton, and Nicole Gray
328 Mickle street
Camden New Jersey
July 31 '86
Yours of yesterday rec'd1—In answer: please send me, soon as convenient, a typewritten copy—or, (better still) a good proof, of the article, to which I could make additions or emendations—Yes, I "leave its publication to your convenience"—I shall consider your Magazine the owner of the article—I reserving the right to print in future book, but only after its publication by you—(some months after at least—probably a year after)—
The enclosed slip returned having probably got in your yesterday's letter to me by mistake
A note on this letter in an unidentified hand suggests that the letter was written to Dana H. Ferreu of The Century Company. As yet we have no additional information about this correspondent.
1. The editor's letter appears to be lost. [back]