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Bibliography

The following bibliography lists only those items actually used in printing and editing the letters of the canon, and items in the appendices. It is divided into four sections: first, works providing material pertinent to the editing of the letters; second, works that contained not only printings of letters necessarily used in the canon, but also in some instances editorial comment; third, magazines and annuals in which Poe’s writings appeared; and, fourth, reliable auction sales catalogs reproducing letters in facsimile or printed form, in some cases for which originals were unavailable.

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I. - Biographies, Bibliographies, Edited texts, Studies, etc.

Allen, Hervey. Israfel: the Life and Times of Edgar Allan Poe. 2 vols. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1926. (Second edition, New York: George H. Doran Company, 1927. Revised, 2 vols. in one, New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1934; reprinted in London: Victor Gollancz, 1935; reprinted in New York: Rinehart & Co., 1949.)

—— and Thomas Ollive Mabbott. Poe’s Brother: The Poems of William Henry Leonard Poe. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1926.

Allen, Michael. Poe and the British Magazine Tradition. New York: Oxford UP, 1969.

American Book-Prices Current. vols. I-. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1895-1917; E. P. Dutton, 1918-1928; R. R. Bowker, 1930-1952; Antiquarian Bookman, 1953; American Book-Prices Current, 1954-1965; Columbia University Press, 1969-1974; Bancroft-Parkman, Inc., 1975-.

Anonymous. “The American Library.” Blackwood’s Magazine (November 1847) 62:574-592.

——. Baltimore Gazette (unsigned, undated clipping in the Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library, item 490).

——. “Lecture of Edgar A. Poe, Esq.” Baltimore Sun (January 31, 1844) p. 2, col. 2.

——. [Review of Thomas Holley Chivers, The Lost Pleiad] Charleston [SC] Southern Patriot (August 7, 1845) p. 2, col. 2.

——. [Editorial]. Morning Express (New York) (December 15, 1846) p. 2, col. 1.

——.-The South in the Building of the Nation (Richmond: The Southern Historical Publication Society, 1909).

——. “Tazewell, Littleton Waller,” The South in the Building of the Nation. Richmond: The Southern Historical Publication Society, 1909, 12:445-446.

——. “A Teacher Wanted.” Baltimore Patriot (March 12, 1835) p. 3, col. 3.

——. “Porter, Miss Jane.” Allibone’s Dictionary of Authors. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1890, 2:1645-1646.

Appleton’s Cyclopedia of American Biography. 7 vols. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1887-1889 (vols. 1-6) and 1900 (vol. 7). (Reprinted, Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1968.)

Bandy, William T. “Poe, Duane and Duffee.” University of Mississippi Studies in English (1982) ns 3:81-95.

——. (eds. B. R. Pollin and James S. Patty). “Poe and Tasistro.” Poe Studies (December 1990) 23:37-40.

Bayless, Joy. “Another Rufus W. Griswold as a Critic of Poe.” American Literature (March 1934), 6:69-72.

Bayless, Joy. Rufus Wilmot Griswold: Poe’s Literary Executor. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP, 1943.

Bewley, Sir Edmund Thomas. The Origin and Early History of the Family of Poe or Poë. Dublin: Ponsonby & Gibbs, 1906.

Blanck, Jacob, compiler. Bibliography of American Literature. 9 vols. New Haven: Yale UP, 1955-1991. (Most of the entries for Poe are in Vol. 7, edited and completed by Virginia L. Smyers and Michael Winship.)

Bonner, Thomas, Jr. The Epistolary Poe. Baltimore: The Edgar Allan Poe Society, 2001.

Brannan, Pauline Mae. The Poe Family Line. Bel Air, MD: Brannan, 1974.

Brigham, Clarence S. “Edgar Allan Poe’s Contributions to Alexander’s Weekly Messenger.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society (April 1942) 52:45-125.

Bronson, Walter C. American Literature. New York: D. C. Heath, 1900.

Brooks, Nathan C. “Senior Editor’s Valedictory.” American Museum (Baltimore) (June 1839) 2:512. (The notice is dated May 16, 1839 and is followed by a brief statement from J. E. Snodgrass.)

Campbell, Killis. “Gleanings in the Bibliography of Poe.” Modern Language Notes (May 1917) 32:267-272.

——. “The Kennedy Papers.” Sewanee Review (April 1917) 25:197-198.

——. “The Poe Canon.” The Mind of Poe and Other Studies. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1933. (Reprinted from PMLA, September 1912, 27:325-353.)

——. “Who Was Outis?” University of Texas Studies in English (1928) 8:107-109.

——, ed. The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Boston: Ginn, 1917.

Cappon, Lester J. Virginia Newspapers: 1821-1935. New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1936.

Carlson, Eric, ed. The Recognition of Edgar Allan Poe. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,1966. (Contents are reprinted from various sources.)

Charvat, William. “A Note on Poe’s ‘Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque.’” Publisher’s Weekly (November 23, 1946) 150:2957-2958.

Chase, Emma Lester and Lois Ferry Parks, eds. The Complete Works of Thomas Holley Chivers, Volume I: The Correspondence. Providence, RI: Brown UP, 1957.

Cherry, Ronald H. “History of Sericulture.” Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America (Summer 1987) 33:83-84.

Coburn, Frederick W. “Poe as Seen by the Brother of ‘Annie.’” New England Quarterly (September 1943) 16:468-476.

Dameron, J. Lasley. “Thomas Ollive Mabbott on the Canon of Poe’s Reviews.” Poe Studies (December 1972) 5:56-57

Dameron, J. Lasley and Irby B. Cauthen. Edgar Allan Poe: A Bibliography of Criticism. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1974.

Davis, Richard Beale, ed. Chivers’ Life of Poe. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1952.

Deas, Michael J. The Portraits and Daguerreotypes of Edgar Allan Poe. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1988.

Derby, J. C. Fifty Years Among Authors, Books and Publishers. Hartford: M. A. Winter & Co., 1885.

Dictionary of American Biography. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 4:388-389 (1930); 5:469 (1930); 6:166 (1931); 7:628 (1931); 9:68-69 (1932); 11:285-286 (1933); 13:54-55 (1934); 17:546-547 (1935); 18:222-223, 18:528-529, 18:618 (1936); 19:579-580 (1936); 20:120 (1936).

Didier, Eugene Lemoine. “Our Monthly Gossip: Poe and Mrs. Whitman.” Lippincott’s Magazine (October 1878) 22:508-510.

Duberman, Martin. James Russell Lowell. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966.

Ehrlich, Heyward. “The Broadway Journal: Briggs’ Dilemma and Poe’s Strategy.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library (1969), 73:74-93. (Reprinted in Writings, 4:xii-xxxi, see Pollin.)

Evans, May Garrettson. “Poe in Amity Street.” Maryland Historical Magazine (December 1941) 36:363-380.

——. “When Edgar Allan Poe Sold a Slave.” Baltimore Evening Sun (April 6, 1940) p. 4.

Fisher, Benjamin F. “F. W. Thomas.” Nineteenth-Century American Fiction Writers in Dictionary of Literary Biography (Kent Ljungquist, ed.), 202:259-263.

——. “Poe and the John-Donkey.Essays on Art and Sciences, (October 2000) 10:17-41.

Freeman, Fred B., Jr. “A Note on Poe’s ‘Miss B.’” American Literature (November 1967) 39:389-392.

Friedman, William F. “Edgar Allan Poe, Cryptographer.” American Literature (November 1936) 8:266-280.

Gill, William Fearing.”Edgar A. Poe and His Biographer, Rufus W. Griswold.” Lotos Leaves, Boston: W. F. Gill & Co., 1875. (Reprinted in 1885 by Chicago and NY: Belford, Clarke & Co.)

——. Life of Edgar Allan Poe. New York: C. T. Dillingham, 1877 (Reprinted and enlarged, London, Chatto & Windus, 1878.)

——. “Some New Facts about Edgar A. Poe.” Laurel Leaves, Boston: W. F. Gill & Co., 1876.

Gimbel, Richard. “‘Quoth the Raven’: A Catalogue of the Exhibition.” Yale University Library Gazette (April 1959) 33:139-189.

Gravely, W. H. “Poe and Thomas Dunn English.” Papers on Poe (R. P. Veler, ed.). Springfield, Ohio: Chantry Music Press, 1972, pp. 165-205.

Grazia, Emilio De. “Poe’s Devoted Democrat, George Lippard.” Poe Studies (June 1973) 6:6-8.

Greenwood, J. Arthur, Edgar Allan Poe: The Rationale of Verse, Princeton, NJ: Wolfhart Book Co., 1968.

Griffin, Lloyd W., “The John Pendleton Kennedy Manuscripts,” Maryland Historical Magazine (December 1953) 48:327-336.

Grubb, Gerald. “The Personal and Literary Relationships of Dickens and Poe.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction (June 1950) 5:1-22; (September 1950) 5:101-120; (December 1950) 5:209-221.

Hammond, Alexander, “Tales of the Folio Club: The Evolution of a Lost Book,” Poe at Work, ed. Benjamin Fisher, Baltimore: The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore, 1978, pp. 13-43.

Hansen, Thomas and Burton R. Pollin. The German Face of Poe. Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1995.

Hansen-Taylor, Marie and Horace E. Scudder, eds. Life and Letters of Bayard Taylor. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1884.

Harrison, James A., ed. The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 17 vols. New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1902. (Reprinted by various publishers, including New York: AMS Press, 1965. Volumes I and XVII reprinted as Life and Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1903.)

Harvey, Ronald C. Critical History of Edgar Allan Poe’s Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. New York: Garland Publishing, 1998.

Heartman, Charles F. and James R. Canny. A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe. Hattiesburg, MS: The Book Farm, 1940. (Revised edition, Hattiesburg: The Book Farm, 1943; reprinted, Millwood, NY: Kraus Reprint Co., 1977.)

Heartman, Charles F. and Kenneth Rede. A Census of First Editions and Source Materials by Edgar Allan Poe in American Collections. 2 vols. Metuchen, NJ: Charles F. Heartman, 1932.

Hewitt, John Hill. Shadows on the Wall; or Glimpses of the Past, a Retrospect of the Past Fifty Years. Baltimore: Turnbull Bros., 1877.

Hodgson, John. “Decoding Poe? Poe, W. B. Tyler, and Cryptography.” Journal of English and German Philology (October 1993) 92:523-534.

Holt, Palmer C. “Poe and H. N. Coleridge’s Greek Classic Poets: ‘Pinakidia,’ ‘Politian,’ and ‘Morella’ Sources.” American Literature (March 1962) 34:8-30.

Hudson, Ruth L. “Poe and Disraeli.” American Literature (January 1937) 8:402-416.

Hull, William D., Jr. “A Canon of the Critical Works of Edgar Allan Poe” (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, U. of VA, 1940).

Hungerford, E. “Poe and Phrenology.” American Literature (November 1930) 2:209-231.

Ingram, John Henry. Edgar Allan Poe: His Life, Letters and Opinions. 2 vols. London: J. Hogg, 1880. (Ingram’s MS revision, on which he was apparently still working at the end of his life, in 1916, is in the Ingram Collection, University of Virginia.)

Jackson, David K. “Brief Mention.” American Literature (November 1941) 13:283.

——. Contributors and Contributions to the Southern Literary Messenger: 1834-1864 Charlottesville, Virginia: The Historical Publishing Co., 1936.

——. “Four of Poe Critiques in the Baltimore Newspapers.” Modern Language Notes (April 1935) 50:251-256.

——. “A Man Named Bool.” Poe Studies (1977) 10:44.

——. Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1934.

—— and Dwight Thomas (see Thomas, Dwight. The Poe Log).

Kahn, David. The Codebreakers: The Story of Secret Writing. New York: Macmillan, 1967. (Revised edition, New York: Scribner’s, 1996.)

Kent, Charles W., ed. The Unveiling of the Bust of Edgar Allan Poe in the Library of the University of Virginia. Lynchburg, VA: J. P. Bell Company, 1901.

Kopley, Richard and Michael Singer. “Thomas Cottrell Clarke’s Poe Collection: New Documents.” Poe Studies (1992) 25:1-5.

Latrobe, John H. B. “Reminiscences of Poe.” Edgar Allan Poe: A Memorial Volume. Baltimore: Turnbull Brothers, 1877, pp. 57-62.

Laverty, Carroll. “Poe in 1847.” American Literature (May 1948) 20:163-168. (Reprinted from the Home Journal, July 21, 1868, p. 754.)

Lewis, Estelle Anna. Myths of the Minstrel. New York: D. Appleton, 1852.

——. Records of the Heart. New York: George S. Appleton, 1844.

Ljungquist, Kent. “Letter to Editor.” Poe Studies Association Newsletter (Spring 1989) 17:6 (with a reply by Dwight Thomas).

——. “Poe’s ‘Autography’ A New Exchange of Reviews.” American Periodicals (Fall 1992) 2:51-63.

Ljungquist, Kent and Buford Jones. “The Identity of Outis: A Further Chapter in the Poe-Longfellow War.” American Literature (1988) 60:402-415.

Mabbott, Thomas Ollive. “English Publications of Poe’s ‘Valdemar Case.’ ” Notes and Queries (November 21, 1942) 173:311-312.

——. “A Few Notes on Poe.” Modern Language Notes (1920) 35:374.

——. “Introduction.” An Unwritten Drama of Lord Byron. Metuchen, NJ, 1925.

——, ed. Al Aaraaf, Tamerlane and Minor Poems. New York: Facsimile Text Society, 1933.

——, ed. The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 3 vols. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, volume I: Poems, 1969, volumes II-III: Tales & Sketches, 1978.

——, ed. Merlin, Baltimore, 1827, Together with Recollections of Edgar A. Poe, by Lambert A. Wilmer. New York: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1940.

——, ed. Politian, an Unfinished Tragedy by Edgar A. Poe. Richmond: The Poe Shrine, 1923.

——, ed. The Raven and Other Poems. New York: Facsimile Text Society, 1942.

——, ed. Tamerlane and Other Poems. New York: Facsimile Text Society, 1940.

Markey, Mary and Dean Krimmel. “Poe’s Mystery House: The Search for Mechanics Row.” Maryland Historical Magazine (Winter 1991) 86:387-395.

McGowan, Kathleen. “G. B. Zieber and Company.” American Literary Publishing Houses, 1638-1899, Part 2: N-Z in Dictionary of Literary Biography (Peter Dzwonkoski, ed.), 1986, p. 502.

Miller, John Carl. Building Poe Biography. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1977.

——. “Poe and Miss Anna Blackwell.” Poe Studies (December 1979) 12:28-29.

——, ed. Poe’s Helen Remembers. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.

Minor, Benjamin B. The Southern Literary Messenger: 1834-1864. New York: Neale Publishing Co., 1905.

Moldenhauer, Joseph J. A Descriptive Catalog of Edgar Allan Poe Manuscripts in the Humanities Research Center Library. Austin: University of Texas at Austin, 1973.

——. “Poe’s ‘The Spectacles’: A New Text from Manuscript.” Studies in the American Renaissance 1977, ed. Joel Myerson, Boston: Twayne, 1978, pp. 179-234.

More, Paul Elmer. “Margaret Fuller.” Cambridge History of American Literature. New York: Macmillan, 1933, 1:343.

Moss, Sidney P. -“Poe and The Daily Saint Louis Reveille.” Poe Studies (October 1968) 1:18-21.

——. Poe’s Literary Battles: The Critic in the Context of His Literary Milieu. Durham: Duke University Press, 1963.

——. Poe’s Major Crisis: His Libel Suit and New York’s Literary World. Durham: Duke University Press, 1970.

Mott, Frank Luther. A History of American Magazines. 3 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1938-1939. (The Poe-related magazines are covered in vol. I.)

Nelson, Roland. “Apparatus for a Definitive Edition of Eureka.” Studies in the American Renaissance 1978, ed. Joel Myerson, pp. 161-204.

Neu, Jacob L., “Rufus Wilmot Griswold,” University of Texas Studies in English (1925) 5:101-165.

Ostrom, John W. “Another Griswold Forgery in a Poe Letter.” Modern Language Notes (May 1943) 58:394-396.

——. Check List of Letters to and from Poe. University of Virginia Bibliographical Series Number Four, Charlottesville: Alderman Library, 1941. (Also, “Revised Check List of the Correspondence of Edgar Allan Poe,” Studies in the American Renaissance 1981, ed. Joel Myerson, pp. 169-255.)

——. “Edgar A. Poe: His Income as Literary Entrepreneur.” Poe Studies (June 1982) 15:1-7.

——. “Poe’s Literary Labors and Rewards.” Myths and Reality, ed. Benjamin F. Fisher, Baltimore: Poe Society, 1983, pp. 37-47.

——. “Supplement to The Letters of Poe,” American Literature, (November 1952) 24:358-366; “Second Supplement to The Letters of Poe,” American Literature (March 1957) 29:79-86; “Fourth Supplement to The Letters of Poe,” American Literature, (January 1974) 45:513-536.

——. “Two ‘Lost’ Poe Letters.” American Notes & Queries (August 1941) 1:68-69.

——,-ed. The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe, 2 vols., Harvard University Press, 1948. (Second edition, with supplement, New York: Gordian Press, 1966.)

Patterson, E. H. N. “Death of Poe.” Oquawka Spectator (October 24, 1849).

Phillips, Mary E. Edgar Allan Poe, the Man. 2 vols. Philadelphia: John C. Winston, 1926.

Poe, Amelia Fitzgerald, “The Poe Family in Maryland.” (Typed notes compiled in 1906. Copies exist in the collections of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and of the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.)

Poe, Edgar Allan. “Literati of New York City, The.” Godey’s Lady’s Book (May-August, 1846) 32:194-201 (I), 32:266-272 (II) and 32:289-296 (reprint of I), 33:13-19 (III), 33:72-78 (IV), 33:126-133 (V), 33:157-162 (VI).

——. “The Literati of New York.” Democratic Review (August 1848) 23:158-160.

Pollin, Burton R., “Alexander Pope and His Works in the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2003) 4:52-70.

——. “Bulwer Lytton and ‘The Tell-Tale Heart.’ ” American Notes & Queries (September 1965) 4:7-9

——. “Bulwer-Lytton’s Influence on Poe’s Works and Ideas, Especially for an Author’s ‘Preconceived Design.’” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Spring 2000) 1:5-12

——. “Bulwer’s Rienzi as Multiple Source for Poe.” Poe Studies (December 1996) 29:66-68.

——. “Contemporary Reviews of Eureka: A Checklist.” ATQ (Spring 1975) 26:26-30.

——. “Dickens’s Chimes and its Pathway into Poe’s ‘Bells.’ ” Mississippi Quarterly (Spring 1998) 51:217-331.

——. Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works. New York: Da Capo Press, 1968. (References are based on the edition of Poe’s works edited by J. A. Harrison.)

——. Discoveries in Poe. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1970.

——. “An 1839 Review of Poe’s Tales in Willis’ The Corsair.” Poe Studies (December 1972) 5:56.

——. “F. S. Osgood and Saroni’s Musical Times: Documents Linking Poe, Osgood, and Griswold.” Poe Studies (December 1990) 23:27-36.

——. “Hans Pfaall: A False Variant and the Phallic Fallacy,” Mississippi Quarterly (Fall 1978) 31:519-527.

——. Images of Poe’s Works: A Comprehensive Descriptive Catalogue of Illustrations. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1989.

——. “Letter to Editor.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Spring 2001) 1:75.

——. “Light on ‘Shadow’ and other Pieces by Poe; or, More of Thomas Moore.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance (Fall 1972) 18:166-173.

——. “Longfellow and Poe.” Mississippi Quarterly (Fall 1984) 38:475-482

——. “The Living Writers of America: A Manuscript by Edgar Allan Poe.” Studies in the American Renaissance 1991, ed. Joel Myerson, Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1991, pp. 151-211.

——. “Maria Clemm, Poe’s Aunt: His Boon or His Bane?” Mississippi Quarterly (Spring 1995) 48:211-224.

——. “Poe and Daniel DeFoe: A Significant Relationship.” Topic, (Fall 1976) 30:3-22.

——. “Poe and the Boston Notion.” English Language Notes (September 1970) 8:23-28

——. “Poe as Edward S. T. Grey.” Ball State University Forum, (Summer 1973) 14:44-46.

——. “Poe as the Author of the ‘Outis’ Letter and ‘The Bird of the Dream.’ “ Poe Studies (June 1987) 20:10-15.

——. “Poe as a Writer of Songs.” American Renaissance Literary Report (Summer 1992) 6:58-66.

——. Poe, Creator of Words. Baltimore: Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore, 1974. (Enlarged edition, Bronxville, NY: Nicholas T. Smith, 1980; supplements from Poe Studies. The full text of this study, with all supplements integrated, may be found on the website of the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.)

——. “Poe, Freeman Hunt, and Four Unrecorded Reviews of Poe’s Works.” Texas Studies in Language and Literature (Summer 1974) 16:305-313.

——. “Poe in the Boston Notion.” New England Quarterly (1969) 42:585-589.

——. “Poe on Margaret Fuller in 1845.” Women in Literature (Spring 1977) 5:47-50.

——. “Poe Viewed and Reviewed: An Annotated Checklist of All Reviews of His Books.” Poe Studies (December 1980) 13:17-28.

——. “Poe’s Greek: A Short Prolegomenon to a Long Inquiry.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2001) 2:71-77.

——. “Poe’s Greek, Corrected by the Author.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2002) 3:125.

——. “Poe’s ‘Murders in the Rue Morgue’: The Ingenious Web Unravelled.” Studies in the American Renaissance 1977, ed. Joel Myerson, Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1977.

——. “Poe’s Authorship of Three Long Critical and Autobiographical Articles of 1843.” American Renaissance Literary Report (Fall 1993) 7:139-171.

——. “Poe’s ‘Eldorado’ Viewed as a Song.” Prairie Schooner (Fall 1973) 46:228-235.

——. “Poe’s ‘Mystification’: Its Source in Fay’s Norman Leslie.” Mississippi Quarterly (Spring 1972) 11:111-130.

——. “Poe’s Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym and the Contemporary Reviewers.” Studies in American Fiction (Spring 1974) 2:37-56.

——. “Poe’s ‘Sonnet to Zante’: Sources and Associations.” Comparative Literature Studies (Winter 1968) 5:303-315.

——. “Politics and History in Poe’s ‘Mellonta Tauta,’” Studies in Short Fiction (Fall 1971) 8:627-631.

——. “Shakespeare in the Works of Edgar Allan Poe,” Studies in the American Renaissance 1985, ed. Joel Myerson, Charlottesville: The University Press of Virginia, 1985, pp.157-186.

——. “Stoddard’s Elegiac Sonnet on Poe.” Poe Studies (December 1986) 19:32-34.

——. “‘The Spectacles’ of Poe — Sources and Significance,” American Literature (May 1965) 38:185-190.

——. “Who Deserves Credit for Coining and Circulating ‘Marginalia’: Coleridge or Poe?” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Spring 2001) 2:90-91.

——. Word Index to Poe’s Fiction. New York: Gordian Press, 1982. (References based on the editions of Poe’s works edited by T. O. Mabbott and B. R. Pollin.)

——,-ed. The Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, volume I: The Imaginary Voyages, Boston: Twayne, 1981. (Second edition, corrected, New York, Gordian Press, 1994.)

——,-ed. The Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, volume II: The Brevities: Pinakidia, Marginalia, Fifty Suggestions, and Other Works, New York: Gordian Press, 1985; volumes III and IV: Writings in the Broadway Journal, Nonfictional Prose, New York: Gordian Press, 1986. (Volume IV is notes and volume III the actual texts.)

—— and Hansen, Thomas (See Hansen, Thomas and Burton R. Pollin. The German Face of Poe.)

—— and Joseph V. Ridgely, eds. The Collected Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, volume V: Writings in the Southern Literary Messenger, Nonfictional Prose. New York: Gordian Press, 1997.

Putnam, George Palmer. “Leaves From a Publisher’s Letterbook,” Putnam’s Monthly (October 1869) 14:467-471.

Putnam, George Haven. A Memoir of George Palmer Putnam, together with a record of the earlier years of the publishing house founded by him. NY and London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1912.

Quinn, Arthur Hobson. Edgar Allan Poe: a Critical Biography. New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1941. (Reprinted, New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1942; New York: Cooper Square, 1969; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.)

Rachman, Stephen. “Cipher Solved, But Mystery Continues.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2000) 3:77-79.

Randall, David A. “The J. K. Lilly Collection of Edgar Allan Poe.” Indiana University Bookman (March 1960) pp. 45-58.

Regan, Robert. “Hawthorne’s ‘Plagiary’; Poe’s Duplicity.” Nineteenth-Century Literature (1970) 25:281-298.

Reilly, John E. John Henry Ingram’s Poe Collection at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Library, 1994.

——. “Robert D’Unger and His Reminiscences of Poe in Baltimore,” Maryland Historical Magazine (Spring 1993) 88:60-72.

——. “Ermina’s Gales: The Poems Jane Locke Devoted to Poe.” Papers on Poe, Springfield, Ohio: Chantry Music Press, Inc. at Wittenberg University, 1972 (edited by R. P. Veler), pp. 206-220.

Renza, Louis. “Poe’s Secret Autobiography.” The American Renaissance Reconsidered: Selected Papers from the English Institute, 1982-1983. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins UP, 1985 (edited by Walter P. Michaels and Donald E. Pease), pp. 58-89.

Reynolds, David S., ed. George Lippard, Prophet of Protest: Writings of an American Radical, 1822-1854. New York: Peter Lang, 1986.

Ridgely, Joseph Vincent. “The Authorship of the Paulding-Drayton Review,” PSA Newsletter (1992) 20:1-3 and 6.

—— and Burton R. Pollin, eds. (See Pollin, Burton R. and J. V. Ridgely, Writings, volume 5.)

Robbins, J. Albert. “Edgar Poe and His Friends: A Sampler of Letters Written to Sarah Helen Whitman.” Indiana University Bookman, March 1960, pp. 5-45.

——. “Edgar Poe and the Philadelphians,” Poe Studies, December 1972, 5:48.

——. “A New Manuscript of Poe’s ‘For Annie,’ ” Studies in Bibliography, Charlottesville, VA: The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1986, pp. 261-265.

Robertson, John W. Bibliography of the Writings of Edgar A. Poe. 2 vols. San Francisco: Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, 1934.

——. Edgar A. Poe, a Psychopathic Study. New York: Putnam, 1923.

——. Edgar A. Poe, A Study, San Francisco: Bruce Brough, 1921.

Rose, Alexander G. and Jeffrey A. Savoye. Such Friends as These: Edgar Allan Poe’s List of Subscribers and Contributors to His Dream Magazine. Baltimore: The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore, 1986.

Rosenheim, Shawn James. The Cryptographic Imagination: Secret Writing from Edgar Poe to the Internet. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. (The chapter called “The King of Secret Readers” is reprinted from English Literary History, 1989, 56:375-400.)

Russell, J. Thomas, “Edgar Allan Poe: The Army Years,” USMA Library Bulletin, 1972.

Sartain, John. Reminiscences of a Very Old Man. New York: D. Appleton, 1899.

Savoye, Jeffrey A. “A Lost Roll of Marginalia.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2002) 3:52-72.

——. “Re-Dating a Poe Letter.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Spring 2002) 3:115-117.

——. “Two Biographical Digressions: Poe’s Wandering Trunk and Dr. Carter’s Mysterious Sword Cane.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2004) 5:15-42.

——. “An Unnoticed Printing of ‘Ulalume.’” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2000) 1:34-44.

Silverman, Kenneth. Edgar Allan Poe: Mournful Neverending Remembrance. New York: HarperCollins, 1991.

Snyder, Robert Lance. “A De Quinceyan Source for Poe’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death.’” Studies in Short Fiction (1984) 21:103-110.

Standage, Tom. The Turk: The Life and Times of the Famous Eighteenth-Century Chess-Playing Machine. New York: Walker & Co., 2002.

Stern, Madeline. “Poe: ‘The Mental Temperament’ for Phrenologists.” American Literature (1968) 40:155-163.

Stovall, Floyd. Edgar Poe the Poet. University of Virginia Press, 1969.

Thomas, Dwight Rembert. Poe in Philadelphia, 1838-1844: A Documentary Record. (University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. Dissertation.) Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 1978.

——. “Outis, A Gordian Knot Still Beckons.” PSA Newsletter (Fall 1988) 16:3-4.

Thomas, Dwight R. and David K. Jackson. The Poe Log: A Documentary Life of Edgar Allan Poe 1809-1849. Boston: G. K. Hall and Co., 1987.

Thompson, Ralph. American Literary Annuals and Gift Books, New York, 1936. (Reprinted 1967).

Thomson, William. Thomson’s Mercantile and Professional Directory, for the States of Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and the District of Columbia (1851-1852). Baltimore: Wm. Thomson, 1851.

Ticknor, Caroline. Poe’s Helen. New York: Scribner’s, 1916.

University of Virginia Library, Ingram Collection, n. d., “Miller-Townsend Scrap Book of Dr. Thomas H. Chivers.”

Van Cleef, Augustus. “Poe’s Mary.” Harper’s Monthly (March 1889) 78:634-640.

Varner, John Grier. “Sarah Helen Whitman: Seeress of Providence,” 2 vols. (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, U. of VA, 1940).

Walker, Ian. Edgar Allan Poe: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1986.

Weiner, Bruce. The Most Noble of Professions: Poe and the Poverty of Authorship. Baltimore: The Poe Society, 1987.

Weiss, Mrs. Susan Archer Talley. The Home Life of Poe. New York: Broadway Publishing Co., 1907. (Reprinted by Norwood Editions, 1978.)

——. “The Last Days of Edgar A. Poe.” Scribner’s (March 1878) 15:707-716.

——. “Reminiscences of Edgar Allan Poe.” The Independent (August 25, 1904) 57:445.

Wermuth, Paul Charles, ed. Selected Letters of Bayard Taylor. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 1997.

Whalen, Terence. Edgar Allan Poe and the Masses. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999.

Williams, Stanley T. The Life of Washington Irving. New York, 1935.

——. “New Letters About Poe.” Yale Review (July 1925) 14:755-773.

Wilmer, Lambert A. Our Press Gang. Philadelphia: J. T. Lloyd, 1859.

Wilson, James Southall. “The Devil Was In It.” American Mercury (October 1931) 24:214-220.

Wimsatt, W. K., Jr. “Poe and the Mystery of Mary Rogers.” Publications of the Modern Language Association (March 1941) 56:230-248.

——. “What Poe Knew About Cryptography.” Publications of the Modern Language Association (September 1943) 58:754-779.

Woodberry, George E. Edgar Allan Poe. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1885.

——. The Life of Edgar Allan Poe. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1909.

Wyllie, John C. “A List of the Texts of Poe’s Tales.” Humanistic Studies in Honor of John Calvin Metcalf. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Studies, 1941, 1:322-338.

II. - Works Chiefly Important as Sources of Letters

Anonymous. “An Unpublished Letter of Edgar Allan Poe.” The Autograph (January-February 1912), 1:41-43.

——. “An Unpublished Letter of Poe.” the Dial (January 16, 1908) 44:32-33.

——. “Letters of E. A. Poe, 1845-1849.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library (January 1902) 6:7-11.

——. Washington [DC] Post (January 17, 1909). (Clipping in Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library, filed under 1909.)

——. “Notes on the Genealogy of the Poe Family.” Gulf States Historical Magazine (January 1903) 1:281-283.

——. “Poe Letters Found in a Pillow-case.” Current Opinion (June 1921) 70:823.

——. Richmond Courier and Daily Compiler (September 2, 1836) p. 2, cols. 4-5.

——. Richmond Times-Despatch (November 11, 1923) pt. 7, p. 3.

——. New York Times, January 28, 1917, Magazine Section, p. 14; ibid., June 17, 1917 (clipping, n. p., Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library); ibid., January 12, 1930, part 2, p. 4.

——. “Poe on Poe: The Timely Discovery of a Remarkable Letter from the Poet,” Baltimore American, April 4, 1881, also “Poe and Burton,” New York World and New York Herald, same date (clippings, n. p., in the Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library).

——. Cosmopolitan Magazine (undated clipping in Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library).

——. Daughters of the American Revolution (September 1933), 67:539-546.

——. Philadelphia Ledger, January 12, 1912 (clipping, n. p., in J. H. Ingram, unpublished MS revision of his Life of Poe, University of Virginia Library).

Beweley, Sir Edmund T. “The True Ancestry of Edgar Allan Poe.” New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (January 1907) 38:55-69.

Bixby, William Keeney. Some Edgar Allan Poe Letters, Printed for Private Distribution from Originals in the Collection of W. K. Bixby. St. Louis: W. K. Bixby, 1915.

Burr, C. Chauncey. “Character of Edgar A. Poe.” The Nineteenth Century (February 1852) 5:19-33.

Campbell, Killis. “Poe and the Southern Literary Messenger in 1837.” The Nation (July 1, 1909) 89:9-10.

——. “Unique Poe Items.” Literary Review (March 5, 1921) p. 14 (clipping in Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library).

Chase, Emma Lester and Lois Ferry Parks, eds. The Correspondence of Thomas Holley Chivers. Providence: Brown University Press, 1957.

Chase, Lewis. “A New Poe Letter,” American Literature (March 1934), 6:66-69.

Cooper, James Fenimore, ed. Correspondence of James Fenimore- Cooper. 2 vols. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1922.

Didier, Eugene Lemoine, ed. “Memoir” to The Life and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. New York: W. J. Widdleton, 1877.

Eveleth, George W. “Edgar A. Poe.” Portland [Me.] Transcript (June 8 and July 6, 1850).

Fagin, N. Bryllion. “An Unknown Poe Letter.” Ex Libris, Johns Hopkins University (May 1955) 14:1-2.

Field, Eugene, ed. Some Letters of Edgar Allan Poe to E. H. N. Patterson of Oquawka, Illinois. Chicago: Caxton Club, 1898. (Reprinted from “Poe, Patterson, and Oquawka,” America, April 11 and May 16, 1889, 2:45-50 and 208-210.)

Flournoy, H. W., ed. Calendar of Virginia State Papers. Richmond, 1892, 10:518 (arranged, edited, and printed under the authority and direction of H. W. Flournoy).

Fontainas, André, trans. Edgar Poe Lettres à John Allan. Paris: G. Crès et Cie, 1930.

Gordon, Armistead C. Memories and Memorials of William Gordon McCabe. 2 vols. Richmond, 1925.

Graham, George R. “The Late Edgar Allan Poe.” Graham’s Magazine (March 1850) 36:224-226.

Griswold, Rufus W., ed. “Preface” and “Memoir” to Works of the Late Edgar A. Poe. 3 vols. New York: J. S. Redfield, 1850 (Reprinted, with these items relocated to vol. I, in 1853, where they remained for nearly annual reprints through 1871.)

Griswold, William M., ed. Some Passages from the Correspondence of Rufus W. Griswold. Cambridge, MA, 1898.

Haight, G. S. Mrs. Sigourney, the Sweet Singer of Hartford. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1930.

Hamilton, Charles. Great Forgers and Famous Fakes: The Manuscript Forgers of America and How They Duped the Experts. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1980.

Harrison, James A., ed. The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 17 vols. New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1902. (Various reprints.)

——,-ed.-Last Letters of Edgar Allan Poe to Sarah Helen Whitman. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1909.

——,-ed. Life and Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. 2 vols. New York: T. Y. Crowell, 1903.

Howe, M. A. D. “Edgar Allan Poe.” The Bookman (May 1897) 5:205-216.

Ingram, John H., ed. “Memoir” to The Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 4 vols. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1874.

——. “Poe and Stella.” Albany Review (London) (July 1907) 1:417-423.

——. “Unpublished Correspondence of Poe.” Appleton’s Journal, IV (May 1878) 425-428.

Joline, Adrian H. Meditations of an Autograph Collector. New York: Harper and Bros., 1902.

Lippard, George. Herbert Tracy. Philadelphia: R. G. Berford, 1844.

Longfellow, Samuel, ed. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Final Memorials. Boston: Ticknor, 1887.

Mabbott, Thomas O. “Correspondence of John Tomlin.” Notes and Queries (June 18, 1932) 162:437

——. “On Poe’s ‘Tales of the Folio Club.”’ Sewanee Review (April 1928) 36:171-176.

——. “Poe Letter about ‘The Raven.’ ” American Notes & Queries. (January 1965) p. 67.

——,-ed. “The Letters of George W. Eveleth to Edgar Allan Poe.” Bulletin of the New York Public Library (March 1922) 26:171-195. (Also separately printed, New York Public Library, 1922.)

——,-ed. “Letters from Mary E. Hewitt to Poe,”A Christmas Book From the Department of English (Brooklyn: Comet Press, published by Hunter College of the City of New York, December 1937), pp. 116-121.

——,-ed. The Raven and Other Poems (New York: Facsimile Text Society, No. 56, 1942).

Miller, John C. “An Unpublished Poe Letter.” American Literature, (January 1955) 26:560-561.

Moldenhauer, Joseph J. “Beyond the Tamarind Tree: A New Poe Letter.” American Literature (January 1971) 42:468-477.

Neal, John. “Edgar A. Poe.” Portland [ME] Daily Advertiser (April 26, 1850).

——. “Unpublished Poetry.” Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette (December 1829) 1:295-298.

——. Wandering Recollections of a Somewhat Busy Life. Boston: Roberts, 1869.

Ostrom, John W. “A Poe Correspondence Re-edited.” Americana (July 1940) 34:409-446.

——. “Poe’s MS. Letter to Stella Lewis — Recently Located.” Poe Studies (April 1969) 2:36-37.

——. “Two Unpublished Poe Letters.” Americana (January 1942) 34:67-71.

——. The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. 2 vols. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Press, 1948. (Reprinted, with supplement, New York: Gordian Press, 1966.)

——. Supplements to the Letters of Poe. American Literature (November 1952) 24:358-366; (March 1957) 29:79-86; (January 1974) 45:513-536.

Paul, Howard. “Recollections of Edgar A. Poe.” Munsey’s Magazine, (August 1892) 7:554-558.

Poe, Edgar Allan. “Correspondence.” Broadway Journal (March 8, 1845) 1:159.

Quinn, Arthur H. and Richard H. Hart. Edgar Allan Poe Letters and Documents in the Enoch Pratt Free Library. New York: Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1941.

Robinson, F. W. The Library of George W. Childs. Philadelphia: Collins, 1882.

Savoye, Jeffrey A. “An Addendum to Ostrom’s Revised Check List of the Correspondence of Edgar Allan Poe, and Two ‘New’ Poe Letters.” Edgar Allan Poe Review (Fall 2001) 2:19-32.

Schultz, Heidi M. “Edgar Allan Poe Submits ‘The Bells’ to Sartain’s Magazine.” Resources in American Literature, 1996, no. 2, 22:166-181.

Sears, Edward S. Commercial Appeal (Memphis) (November 15, 1925) sec. 4, p. 7.

Spannuth, Jacob E. and Thomas O. Mabbott. Doings of Gotham: Poe’s Contributions to the Columbia Spy. Pottsville, PA., 1929.

Spencer, Edward. “The Memory of Poe.” New York Herald (March 27, 1881) n. p. (clipping in the Ingram collection, University of Virginia).

Stanard, Mary Newton, ed. Edgar Allan Poe Letters Till Now Unpublished. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1925.

Stedman, E. C. and George E. Woodberry, eds. “Memoir” to Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 10 vols. Chicago: Stone and Kimball, 1894.

Stoddard, R. H., ed. “Memoir” to Select Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Poetical and Prose (New York: Widdleton, 1880).

——,-ed. “Memoir” to The Works of Edgar Allan Poe. 6 vols. New York: A. C. Armstrong, 1884.

Stovall, Floyd. “Edgar Poe and the University of Virginia.” Virginia Quarterly Review (Spring 1967) 43:297-317.

Tomlin, John, ed. “Autobiography of a Monomaniac.” Holden’s Dollar Magazine (December 1848) 2:718. (The article is signed with the name of “Joe Bottom, Esq.”)

Wells, Ross. “Franklin Society of Jefferson Made Him Honorary Member.” The Richmond Times Dispatch (October 6, 1935) p. 3.

Whiting, Lillian. Life of Kate Field. Boston: Little, Brown, 1899.

Whitty, James H. “Memoir,” The Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911, pp. xix-lxxxvi.

——. “Poe in England and Scotland.” The Bookman (September 1916) 44:14-21.

——. “Poeana.” Step Ladder (1927) 13:225-243.

Willis, Nathaniel P. “Death of Edgar Poe.” Home Journal (October 20, 1849) p. 2.

——. “Editorial.” Home Journal (January 9, 1847).

Wilson, J. C. S. and David Randall, eds. Thirteen Author Collections of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1950.

Wilson, James Grant. Life and Letters of Fitz-Greene Halleck. New York: D. Appleton, 1869.

——. “Memorials of Edgar Allan Poe.” Independent (New York), March 1901, pp. 940-941.

——. “Poe and the Broadway Journal.” New York Observer (April 26, 1900) p. 528.

Wilson, James Southall. “The Letters of Edgar A. Poe to George W. Eveleth.” Alumni Bulletin, University of Virginia (January 1924) 17:34-59. (Also separately printed, with different pagination. The page numbers given in the notes refer to the separate edition.)

——. “Unpublished Letters of Edgar Allan Poe.” Century Magazine (March 1924) 107:652-656.

Woodberry, George E. “Selections from the Correspondence of Edgar Allan Poe.” Century Magazine (August 1894) 48:572-583; (September 1894) 48:725-737; (October 1894) 48:854-866.

——. “The Poe-Chivers Papers,” Century Magazine (1903), 65:435-447, 545-558.

III. - Magazines, Newspapers, and Annuals

Alexander’s Weekly Messenger (Philadelphia) (January 4, 1837-Nov. 1, 1848). (Also called Alexander’s Express Messenger, and Alexander’s Pictorial Messenger. After 1848, it became the Family Messenger and National Gleaner, published by Samuel D. Patterson.)

American Museum of Science, Literature, and the Arts (Baltimore), vols. I-II (September, 1838-May, 1839).

American Review (New York), vols. I-XVI (1845-1852). (After 1850, it was known as the American Whig Review.)

The Aristidean (New York), vol. I (March-December, 1845).

Baltimore Saturday Visiter (Baltimore), February 4, 1832-April 10, 1846 (?)

The Broadway Journal (New York), vols. I-II (1845-1846). (Reprinted by AMS Press, 1965. For material written or attributed to Poe, see Pollin, Collected Writings of EAP, vols. III-IV).

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine (Philadelphia), vols. I-VII (1837-1840).

The Columbia Spy (Columbia, PA), vols. I-CLXIV (June 3, 1839-1919).

Columbian Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine (New York, NY), vols. I-X (January, 1844-February, 1849).

The Dollar Newspaper (Philadelphia, PA), January 25, 1843-December 20, 1865.

The Flag of Our Union (Boston, MA), vols. I-XXV (January 24, 1846-January 1, 1871).

The Gift, A Christmas and New Year’s Present, for 1836 (1835), 1840 (1839), 1842 (1841), 1843 (1842) and 1845 (1844). Philadelphia: E. L. Carey & A. Hart (1835-1838), and Carey & Hart (1839-1844).

Godey’s Lady’s Book (Philadelphia, PA), vols. X-XL (1835-1849).

Graham’s Magazine (Philadelphia, PA), vols. XVIII-LIII (1841-1858). (Formerly Atkinson’s Casket, 1826-1840)

The Home Journal (New York, NY), vols. I-LVI (February 14, 1846-March 23, 1901).

Lady’s Companion (New York, NY), vols. I-XXI (May, 1834-October, 1844).

New-York Mirror (New York, NY) (also New Mirror, Evening Mirror, and Weekly Mirror)

The Opal, A Pure Gift for the Holy Days, for 1844 and 1845. New York: John C. Riker.

Philadelphia Saturday Museum (Philadelphia, PA), December 10, 1842 - October 5, 1844.

The Pioneer (Boston, MA), vol. I (January-March, 1843).

Sartain’s Magazine (Philadelphia, PA), vols. V-XI (1849-July-August 1852). (Formerly the Union Magazine of Literature and Art, July 1847-June 1844.)

Saturday Courier (Philadelphia, PA), April 2, 1831-November 8, 1858.

The Southern Literary Messenger (Richmond, VA), vols. I-XV (1834-1849). (For material written or attributed to Poe, see Pollin, Collected Writings of EAP, vol. V.)

United States Magazine and Democratic Review (Washington, DC and New York, NY), vols. I-XLIII (October 1, 1837-October, 1859). (also called the Democratic Review and United States Review.)

IV. - Auction Sales and Book/Manuscript Dealer Catalogs

American Art Association (New York, NY): April 21, 1910 (Holden); April 23, 1917 (Austin); March 22, 1920 (Wallace); April 20-21, 1921 (Hall); January 30-31, 1923 (Baker); November 5, 1923 (Gable); April 22, 1924 (Andrews); April 29, 1924 (Wakeman); March 18-19, 1925 (Manierre); May 4-5, 1925; November 6, 1929 (Williams); December 16-17, 1929 (Burgess); March 11-12, 1930 (Button); December 3, 1931 (Clarke); November 10, 1932; May 2-3, 1934 (Terry); February 28 - March 1, 1935; April 24-25, 1935 (Locker-Lampson); October 15-16, 1935 (Brown); November 13-14, 1935 (Haber); March 11-12, 1936 (Perry); November 11-12, 1937 (Willets); November 23-24, 1937 (Smith); January 12-13, 1938 (Meyer)

Anderson Galleries (New York, NY): April 27, 1903 (McKee); March 1, 1904 (Williamson); April 19, 1904 (Arnold); October 14, 1904 (Toedteberg); February 20, 1905 (McKee); May 19, 1905 (Wendell); April 17, 1906; November 25, 1907; January 10, 1908 (Goldsmith); November 19, 1908 (Poor); January 12, 1909 (Poor); November 22, 1909 (Maier); December 7-9, 1909 (Haber); December 14, 1909; May 19, 1910; January 24, 1911 (Stedman); April 24, 1911 (Hoe); March 13, 1914 (Thatcher); April 16-17, 1914 (Nelson); May 27, 1914 (Lossing); October 22, 1914 (Thatcher); December 15, 1914 (Joline); February 23, 1916 (Joline); April 25-27, 1916 (Coggeshall); May 1, 1916 (Sanderson); November 8, 1916 (French); November 13-14, 1916; January 25, 1917 (Hale); March 19, 1917 (Meacham); April 29, 1918 (Robinson); November 22, 1918 (Dodd); February 6, 1920; March 15, 1920 (Forman); November 29, 1920 (Clawson); March 14, 1921 (Smith); May 9, 1921 (Hirst descendant); January 18, 1922 (DePuy); May 15, 1922 (Patterson); October 16, 1922 (Hart); December 4, 1922 (Emmet); January 16, 1923 (Sturges); November 10-11, 1924 (Arnold); January 14-15, 1925 (Barrows); April 27, 1925 (Hale); February 1-3, 1926 (Manning); November 15-16, 1926; January 17, 1927 (Coffin); January 17-18, 1928; January 21-24, 1929; January 4-5, 1934; November 13-14, 1935 (Haber)

Auction Catalog (Paris): May 1990 (Vrogille)

G. A. Baker & Co. (New York, NY): October 21, 1941

Bangs & Co. (New York, NY): November 23, 1894 (Foote); April 11, 1896 (Griswold); January 11, 1897; May 24, 1897 (Frederickson); February 16, 1898; January 26, 1899

Walter R. Benjamin (New York, NY): April, 1890 (no. 30) (A Catalog of Autograph Letters); in the Collector: March 1940 (no. 589), January 1944 (no. 631), November 1946 (no. 654), 1972 (no. 822), and 1988 (no. 929)

Barnet J. Beyer (New York, NY): Cat. no. 11 (Undated facsimile, item 364, in Ingram collection, University of Virginia Library, filed under Poe to Lewis J. Cist, September 18, 1841. Also a copy from the collection of Wm. Koester, accompanying LTR-125.)

Charles Hamilton (New York, NY): September 18, 1969 (no. 36); July 23, 1970; December 10, 1970 (no. 46); August 5, 1971; August 3, 1972 (no. 60); November 14, 1974 (no. 82); 1976 (nos. 92 and 93)

Christie’s, Inc. (New York, NY): November 22, 1986 (Marcus); February 2, 1988 (Doheny); October 18, 1988 (Doheny); February 22, 1989 (Dohney); December 15, 1995; December 9, 1998; May 29, 1998; April 8, 2003; December 18, 2003 (Property of a Lady)

Herman M. Darvick (New York, NY): April 5, 1990

Dodd, Mead & Co. (New York, NY): March 1897; March 1901 (no. 59)

Robert H. Dodd (New York, NY): March 1918 (no. 27)

J. N. Bartfield (New York, NY), April 2003

James F. Drake, Inc. (New York, NY): 1934 (no. 237) (A Catalog of Autograph Letters and Manuscripts)

Samuel T. Freeman & Co. (Philadelphia, PA): June 29, 1949 (Snyder)

Goodspeed’s Book Shop (Boston, MA): April 1967 (no. 540); April 1997; n. d., no. 237

Hanzel Galleries (Chicago, IL): September 23, 1973 (Joyce)

Stan V. Henkels (Philadelphia, PA): March 21-22, 1893 (Dubbs); May 8-10, 1895; February 22, 1898; December 5, 1898; May 23-24, 1900; May 4-6, 1903 (Nelson); February 22, 1907; April 8, 1908 (Sayre); October 22, 1919 (Rodney); January 16, 1920; July 1, 1920 (Goldsmith); May 27, 1921; April 10, 1935 (Trexler); November 20, 1935

House of El Dieff (Jamaica, NY): May 1955; August 9, 1955; 1957

N. A. Kovach (Los Angeles, CA): September 22, 1933

Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co. (New York, NY): December 7, 1868 (Keeler)

C. F. Libbie & Co. (Boston, MA): April 24, 1895 (Maxwell); April 23, 1901 (French); December 4, 1902 (Alexander)

Thomas F. Madigan (The Autograph Shop) (New York, NY): April 1922; November 1923 (no. 145); December 1935; 1939

Merwin-Clayton Sales Co. (New York, NY): November 20, 1905; June 6, 1907 (Weeks); May 14, 1906; January 18, 1911 (Wallace); May 13, 1912 (Brown)

William D. Morley (Philadelphia, PA): May 19, 1941

19th Century Shop (Baltimore, MD): 1992; May 9, 1992

Ernest Dressel North (New York, NY): October 1905 (Catalog of a Choice Collection of Autograph Letters and Manuscripts, no. 357); 1935

Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. (New York, NY): March 23, 1938 (Jackson); May 24, 1939 (Oberlander); January 15-16, 1941; April 5-6, 1943 (Groves); October 17-18, 1944 (Drexel Institute); November 6-8, 1944; November 19-20, 1945 (McJilton’s grandson); December 4, 1945; January 9, 1946 (Flick); January 20-21, 1947 (Mercantile Library Association); February 25, 1947 (Hart); December 1-2, 1947 (Eyre); December 1-2, 1947 (Private Collector); December 1-2, 1947 (Author’s Club); November 1, 1950 (Barrett); October 27, 1953

Profiles in History (Joseph Maddalena) (Los Angeles, CA): Fall-Winter 1993; Spring-Summer 1994

Skinner, Inc. (Boston, MA): November 10, 2001

Sotheby’s (London): June 2-3, 1924; December 18, 1934; July 31, 1961; November 12, 1963 (Carnegie)

Sotheby’s (New York, NY): December 7, 1954 (Chrysler); November 20, 1974; April 26, 1978 (Sang); November 28, 1978; October 26, 1983; October 21, 1986; January 30-31, 1990 (Martin); December 16, 1992; June 1, 1995; December 4, 1996; April 13, 2004

Swann Galleries (New York, NY): January 20, 1944 (Geesey); February 27, 1992

Union Art Galleries (New York, NY): May 9, 1934 (Ford)

 


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