Item #31214 Memories of Lincoln [Little Blue Book No. 351]. Walt Whitman.

Memories of Lincoln [Little Blue Book No. 351]

Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius, nd. 32mo, saddle-stapled wraps. Gibbs 351, first noted variation, in the LBB(2) binding.

A collection of Whitman's poems dealing with Lincoln, prefaced with a poem by James Russell Lowell, and a "Forward" by Horace Trauble, and an additional prefatory text by John Burroughs. Includes the poems “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d.," “O Captain! My Captain!”, “Hush’d Be the Camps Today,” “This Dust Was Once the Man,” “Beat! Beat! Drums!”, “Come Up from the Fields Father,” “The Wound-dresser,” “Spirit Whose Work Is Done,” “Ashes of Soldiers," “Pensive on Her Dead Gazing,” “Camps of Green,” and “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d.”

Very good with some expected fading to wraps and a touch of rubbing to spine and ends. Item #31214

Price: $25.00

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