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Traubel mentions that he is sorting [Whitman's] papers roughly before attempting a more definite arrangement, and refers to: memories of Whitman; his third floor front room, which is full of boxes containing Whitman's papers; the possibility of making a volume from [Whitman's] unpublished notes pencilled in books or on scraps of paper; some newspapers he is sending to Wallace; Anne, who is still in London [Ontario]; his hope of a visit from [Dr John] Johnston.