Contains complete transcriptions of Poe’s work in many published versions, plus a sizeable library of Poe resources like his letters, The Poe Log (a day-by-day biography), some criticism… a wonderful resource!
This is the digital version of the physical exhibition that was on display at the George Peabody Library from October 4, 2016 through February 5, 2017. In terms of images and text, it contains almost identical material.
This collection in JHU’s Sheridan Libraries contains materials created by members of the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore as they conducted research about Poe’s work and life: scrapbooks and newspaper clippings, photos, writings, and correspondence.
This collection in JHU’s Sheridan Libraries consists of music inspired by the writings of Edgar Allan Poe, dating from 1865 to 1957. It was assembled by John C. French, librarian and professor of English at Hopkins. French was also a member and president of the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore. His research on Poe is in the Edgar Allan Poe Collection (MS 200).
Here you will find information about doing research with rare books and manuscript materials, reading room hours, exhibitions, etc.