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Title: William S. Walsh to Walt Whitman, 16 September 1886

Date: September 16, 1886

Editorial note: The annotation, "W.S. Walsh," is 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.04628

Contributors to digital file: Alex Kinnaman, Stefan Schöberlein, Ian Faith, and Stephanie Blalock



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LIPPINCOTT'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Philadelphia,
Sept 16th. 1886

My dear Sir:

Your article, "My Book and I," will appear in our December number and I shall attend to your various instructions.

Is your forthcoming poem "[Sevilia?]" engaged for any publication, and, if not, could we obtain it.

I have been purposing to call over to see you, but my days are pretty well engaged and I am afraid of disturbing you at night. I shall call over some afternoon.

Yours very truly
Wm S. Walsh


Correspondent:
William S. Walsh (1854–1919) was an American historian, poet, critic, and editor.


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