Printed material relating to the Traubel family, consisting of: an appeal issued by Traubel for funds to purchase and preserve Whitman's Mickle Street home in Camden, Oct 1892; the lecture programme of the Society for Ethical Culture, Philadelphia [of which Horace Traubel was Secretary and Treasurer], Dec 1892;a circular issued by Traubel appealing for subscriptions for the proposed volume, In Re Walt Whitman, 1893; publisher's advertisement for Chants Communal by Horace Traubel; poem, 'I feel good about the day I was born' for 19 Dec 1912, signed by Traubel; programme for a 'Musicale' staged by the Drexel Hill Group of the Women's International League, at which Gertrude Traubel sang.
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- ReferenceGB 133 Eng 1186/10/2
- Dates of Creation1892-1912 & n.d.
- Physical Description6 pieces.