Letter

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Refers to: his hope that Wallace will come and spend a year in America; [R.M.] Bucke, who has not contacted him; the possibility of a Whitman library for Camden, which he considers preferable to the large bronze statue proposed by [Samuel] Murray and [Thomas] Eakins; Mrs [Edith Havelock] Ellis's article on Whitman in Seed Time; Clark's discussion of the Adamic poems [the 'Children of Adam' section of Leaves of Grass]; Stoddart who has been ill and who was a true friend to Whitman.

Dated at: Philadelphia [Pennsylvania, USA].