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Title: M. C.[?] Wheeler to Walt Whitman, 20 March 1880

Date: March 20, 1880

Related items: Whitman crossed this letter out, cut it into pieces, and pasted part of it back together with other scraps of paper, including other letter fragments. On the back he drafted part of one of his lectures on the death of Abraham Lincoln.

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Location: Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Whitman Archive ID: yal.00461

Contributors to digital file: Alex Kinnaman and Nicole Gray



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March 20 1880

[illegible]ar Mr Whitman

[illegible] you at hand [illegible] do me a [illegible] poem for [Mi?] [illegible][undler?] of the [illegible] Press? If so, [illegible] send it with [illegible] to yours

Sincerely
[M. C.?] Wheeler
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