Text: Dwight R. Thomas and David K. Jackson, “List of Sources,” The Poe Log (1987), pp. 855-876


List of Sources

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DLC-RB: [[———.]] Rare Book Room.

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Mabbott (1920): ———. “A Few Notes on Poe.” Modern Language Notes 35 (June 1920):373-74,

Mabbott (1932): ———. “Newly-Identified Reviews by Edgar Poe:” Notes and Queries 163 (17 December 1932):441.

Mabbott (1933): ———. “Greeley’s Estimate of Poe.” Autograph Album 1 (December 1933):14-16, 61.

Mabbott (1937): ———. “Letters from Mary E. Hewitt to Poe.” In A Christmas Book from the Department of English, Hunter College, ed. Blanche Colton Williams (Brooklyn, N. Y: Comet Press, 1937), pp. 116-21.

Mabbott (1941): ———, ed. Tamerlane and Other Poems, By Edgar Allan Poe. Facsimile of 1827 edition. New York: Facsimile Text Society, 1941. [[“Introduction”]]

Mabbott (1942): ———, ed. The Raven and Other Poems, By Edgar Allan Poe. Facsimile of 1845 edition: J. Lorimer Graham copy with the author’s handwritten corrections. New York: Facsimile Text Society, 1942. [[“Introduction and Digressions”]]

Mabbott (1943): ———. “Poe’s ‘Original Conundrums.’ ” Notes and Queries 184 (5 June 1943):328-29.

Mabbott (1949): ———. “An Unfavourable Reaction to Poe, in 1842.” Notes and Queries 194 (19 March 1949):122-23.

Mabbott (1969): ———, ed. Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Volume I: Poems. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1969.

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MB-G: Rufus W. Griswold Collection, Department of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Boston Public Library.

MdBJ-P: George Peabody Library of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

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MH-H: Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

MiDAAA-P: William Page Papers, Archives of American Art, Detroit, Michigan.

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Miller (1977): ———. Building Poe Biography. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1977.

Miller (1979): ———. Poe’s Helen Remembers. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1979.

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Moldenhauer (1973): ———, comp. A Descriptive Catalog of Edgar Allan Poe Manuscripts in the Humanities Research Center Library. Austin: University of Texas at Austin, 1973.

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NN-B: New York Public Library, New York City. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection.

NN-D: [[ ———.]] Evert A. Duyckinck Papers.

NN-Mss: [[ ———.]] Manuscripts Division.

NNC: Butler Library, Columbia University, New York City.

NNPM: Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City.

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Ostrom (1974): ———. “Fourth Supplement to The Letters of Poe.” American Literature 45 (January 1974):513-36.

Ostrom (1981): ———. “Revised Check List of the Correspondence of Edgar Allan Poet” In Studies in the American Renaissance; 1981, ed. Joel Myerson (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1981), pp. 169-255.

Paulding: Ralph M. Aderman, ed. The Letters of James Kirke Paulding. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1962.

PHi: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Phillips: Mary E. Phillips. Edgar Allan Poe, The Man. 2 vols. Chicago: John C. Winston, 1926. [[volume 1 and volume 2.]]

Pollin (1968): Burton R. Pollin. Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works. New York: Da Capo Press, 1968.

Pollin (1969): ———. “Poe in the Boston Notion.” New England Quarterly 42 (December 1969):585-89.

Pollin (1970): ———. Discoveries in Poe. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1970.

Pollin (1970a): ———. “Poe’s Dr. Ollapod.” American Literature 42 (March 1970):80-82.

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

Pollin (1972a): ———. “Poe’s ‘Mystification’: Its Source in Fay’s Norman Leslie.” Mississippi Quarterly 25 (Spring 1972):111-30.

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

Pollin (1972c): ———. “The Temperance Movement and Its Friends Look at Poe.” COSTERUS (Amsterdam) 2 (1972):119-44.

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

Pollin (1975a): ———. “Contemporary Reviews of Eureka: A Checklist.” American Transcendental Quarterly no. 26 (Spring 1975): part one, pp. 26-30. Also printed in Poe as Literary Cosmologer: Studies on “Eureka,” ed. Richard P. Benton (Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1975), pp. 26-30.

Pollin (1975b): ———. “Three More Early Notices of Pym and the Snowden Connection.Poe Studies 8 (December 1975):32-35.

Pollin (1977): ———. Poe’s ‘Murders in the Rue Morgue’: The Ingenious Web Unravelled.” In Studies in the American Renaissance; 1977, ed. Joel Myerson (Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1978), pp. 235-59.

Pollin (1978a): ———. “Hans Pfaall: A False Variant and the Phallic Fallacy.” Mississippi Quarterly 31 (Fall 1978):519-27.

Pollin (1978b): ———. “Pym’s Narrative in the American Newspapers: More Uncollected Notices.Poe Studies 11 (June 1978):8-10.

Pollin (1980): ———. “Poe ‘Viewed and Reviewed’: An Annotated Checklist of Contemporaneous Notices.” Poe Studies 13 (December 1980):17-28.

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PP-G: Richard Gimbel Collection, Rare Book Department, Philadelphia Free Library.

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Reilly (1973): ———. “Poe in Pillory: An Early Version of a Satire by A. J. H. DugannePoe Studies 6 (June 1973):9-12.

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TxU-HRCL: Humanities Research Center Library, University of Texas at Austin.

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ViHi: Virginia Historical Society, Richmond.

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ViRPM: Poe Museum, Richmond.

ViRVal: Valentine Museum, Richmond.

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ViU: Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

ViU-I: John Henry Ingram’s Poe Collection.

Vi-W-TC: Tucker-Coleman Papers, Earl G. Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.

VtMiM: Abernethy Library of American Literature, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont.

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