Copy letters

Scope and Content

2 copy letters sent to Wallace: the first is unsigned and refers to Wallace's last letter, which greatly moved the recipient; the second is from Anne Traubel, headed "The Triumphant", and written on the day of Whitman's death. In it she expresses her feelings, and the unspoken understanding she has with Wallace; she describes how Whitman died holding Horace Traubel's hand, and mentions Traubel's inability to comprehend their great loss.

In an unidentified hand.