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Aldrich met Fitz-Greene Halleck through Frederick S. Cozzens after Aldrich's poem "The Ballad of Baby Bell" caught Cozzens's attention.
Halleck is mentioned as one of the older men Aldrich knew in New York.
Boynton says that Halleck certainly disapproved of Whitman.
Halleck did not consider Whitman's work to be poetry.
The Vault at Pfaff's
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