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Traubel transcribes a letter he has received from [poet and essayist, Edmund Clarence] Stedman, in which Stedman thanks him for a copy of 'At the Graveside' [a booklet containing tributes and speeches made at Whitman's funeral], expresses his honour at having his own tributary lines included, mentions the meeting in Camden which he heard about from [John H.] Johnston, and refers to a long poem on Shelley which he has recently written and which is to appear in Atlantic Monthly.

Dated at: Philadelphia [Pennsylvania, USA].