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Enclosures of transcripts of three letters from George W. Childs copied from “Every Saturday” (Boston), 1874
He writes concerning the neglected condition of Poe’s grave and a proposed monument to Poe, sent from Sarah H. Whitman to John H. Ingram.
He declines to write an article on Poe and discusses the work already done on Poe by Baudelaire and Hennequin.
He writes concerning a prose adaptation in one act of “The Tell Tale Heart.”
Reynolds sends a caption and several corrections to his written statement about Poe given previously to [Harrison?] and discusses his Poe collection, all presumably to aid in the publication of "The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe" edited by Professor Harrison.
Includes Tabb’s poem for the Poe centenary and copies of “Poe’s Purgatory” and “Rejected.”
Bewley sends a copy of his book on the family of Poe.
Weiss sends a copy of her book on the home life of Poe.
About 24 letters and postcards concerning Poe poems, manuscripts, editions, portraits, his desk at the "Southern Literary Messenger" office, and scattered comments about John R. Thompson.
Correspondence concerning the donation of the fireplace mantel before which Poe wrote “The Raven”, 1907-1914
Discusses a conference of people interested in Poe’s philosophy as expressed in “Eureka” and refers to an article on Poe by O’Sullivan.
Praises Mourey’s translation of Poe.
Writes on the subject of the authenticity of the small bust portrait of Poe offered to the University of Virginia Library by Mr. J.B. MonGar, supposedly painted by Edmund Darley in the 1840s.
Correspondence between R.M. Hogg, John S. Patton, and Sam Cowardin concerning the Allan family genealogy, 1914-1916
Contains about 28 letters concerning her book, “Edgar Allan Poe: The Man,” John R. Thompson, and other Poe related matters.