AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871. Walt Whitman.
AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871.
AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871.
AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871.
AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871.

AFTER ALL NOT, TO CREATE ONLY. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, Noon, September 7, 1871.

Boston, MA: Roberts Brothers, 1871. First edition, second issue. Hardcover. Octavo (8vo). Very good- condition. Item #8095baY3

American poetry; 1st book edition [i.e. first edition, second issue]. This was first published in the form of a broadside in Washington, DC, 1871. 24, [4] pages; 19.8cm; original limp brown cloth binding; gilt title; protected in a custom made linen clam-shell box by Corey.

Price: $1,100.00

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