Text: Thomas Ollive Mabbott, “Sources of Texts Collated: Manuscript Collections,” The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Vol. I: Poems (1969), pp. 575-577 (This material is protected by copyright)


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SOURCES OF TEXTS COLLATED
 
MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS

Titles are given as in the source. Titles and text designations in square brackets are those under which the poems are discussed in this edition.

Boston Public Library: Griswold Papers

Mem: for Philadelphia [Model Verses, D]

 

Columbia University Libraries

Annabel Lee [E]

To Octavia [A], in Octavia Walton’s album

 

Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Maryland

Valentine’s Eve, 1846 [A Valentine, A]

 

Harvard College Library

To — (“I heed not”) [To M—, D]

A Valentine [B, D]

The Haunted Palace [N]

Annabel Lee [A]

 

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery

To One Departed [To One in Paradise, Z]

(Untitled hymn) in “Morella” [Hymn, A]

To Mrs. M. L. S. [To Marie Louise Shew, A]

(Untitled lines) in “About Critics and Criticism” [Lines after Elizabeth Barrett, B]

Annabel Lee [C]

Also the annotated copy of the Broadway Journal given to Helen Whitman

 

Indiana University Library: Josiah K. Lilly Collection

Eulalie [Y]

To Margaret [A], in Margaret Bassett’s album

Also the leaf (p. 91: “To Helen”) torn out of The Raven and Other Poems (1845) and sent to Helen Whitman

 

Library of Congress: Ellis and Allan Papers

Poetry

 

The New York Public Library

Manuscript Division: Eulalie [F] and Deep in Earth [A]

Berg Collection: Poe’s letter to Joseph B. Boyd, December 25, 1839 [Sonnet — Silence, A]

Also Elizabeth Herring’s copy of Al Aaraaf (1829) ­[page 576:]

 

Pierpont Morgan Library

Tamerlane (Wilmer manuscript, fragment) [B]

Dreams (Wilmer manuscript) [C]

The Lake (Wilmer manuscript) [B]

Politian [A]: leaves 1-4, 6-10, 12

The Raven [D]: lines 60-66 in letter to J. A. Shea, February 3, 1845

The Bells [E]

Ulalume [K]

Annabel Lee [D]

 

University of Texas: Miriam Lutcher Stark Library  [[now the HRCL]]

Romance [B]: lines 11-15 in letter to John Neal, December 29, 1829

The Coliseum [D] in Mary Herring’s album

Politian [A]: the last leaf, containing text B of “The Coliseum” and the end of the play

Eulalie [Z]

The Raven [K]: lines 103-108

To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter [A]

Ulalume [E]: lines 30-38 in manuscript about Henry B. Hirst

The Bells [B]

To — [To Frances S. Osgood, D], in Mary Herring’s album

Lenore [H], lines 20-26 in letter to Griswold, June 1849

Also the J. Lorimer Graham copy of The Raven and Other Poems (1845)

 

University of Virginia: Ingram Collection

The Beloved Physician [B]

To Marie Louise [A]

 

Williams College: Chapin Library

To — — [To Frances S. Osgood, J]

 

Yale University: The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Aldis Collection

Eulalie [D]

 

Collection of Colonel Richard Gimbel  [[now in the Philadelphia Free Public Library]]

The Raven [R]

For Annie [A]

Annabel Lee [B]

 

Collection of H. Bradley Martin, Esq.  [[sold at auction by Sotheby’s (NY), January 30-31, 1990]]

Al Aaraaf [N]: extracts in “A Reviewer Reviewed”  [[donated by Burton and Alice Pollin on October 7, 2000 to the Berg Collection, NYPL]]

Elizabeth [A], in Elizabeth Herring’s album

An Acrostic [A], in Elizabeth Herring’s album

The Spirits of the Dead (Wilmer manuscript) [B]  [[now in the collection of Susan J. Tane]]

Latin Hymn [A], in “Epimanes”  [[now in the collection of Susan J. Tane]]

Song of Triumph [A], in “Epimanes”  [[now in the collection of Susan J. Tane]]

To Zante [B]  [[now in the collection of Susan J. Tane]] ­[page 577:]

To Zante [F], in “A Reviewer Reviewed”  [[donated by Burton and Alice Pollin on October 7, 2000 to the Berg Collection, NYPL]]

Also the copy of The Raven and Other Poems presented by Poe to Mrs. Whitman

 


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Notes:

None.


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