Correspondence of the Poe Memorial Association [manuscript], 1899-1911.

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Poe Memorial Association. Correspondence of the Poe Memorial Association [manuscript], 1899-1911.

Correspondence of the Poe Memorial Association [manuscript], 1899-1911.

The papers consist chiefly of letters to Charles William Kent from literary notables and other dignitaries invited to an unveiling of the Zolnay bust of Edgar Allan Poe in the University of Virginia Rotunda October 7, 1899. Miscellaneous papers include clippings about Poe, an account for the event, and a poem "At Poe's grave" by William Winter read by Sara Sigourney Rice.

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