Many thanks to colleagues at the Morgan Library & Museum who have contributed their expertise to make this physical and digital exhibition possible, especially Christine Nelson, Sal Robinson, Marilyn Palmeri, Graham Haber, Janny Chiu, Reba Fishman Snyder, Frank Trujillo, Ian Umlauf, Emily Quint-Hoover, Joelle Seligson, Daria Rose Foner, Sheelagh Bevan, John Alexander, Keith Johnson, and Sholto Ainslie.
Special thanks to Ilaria Della Monica and Michael Rocke of Villa I Tatti for granting permission to use images from the Bernard and Mary Berenson Papers.
I am also grateful to the scholars and curators who have written on John Keats and Belle da Costa Greene, including Heidi Ardizzone, Jean Strouse, Aileen Ward, Andrew Motion, Stanley Plumly, Grant F. Scott, Susan J. Wolfson, Margaret Homans, John Barnard, Stephen Hebron, Robert Gittings, Jack Stillinger, James L. Weil, Flaminia Gennari-Santori, Hyder Edward Rollins, Sidney Colvin, and Amy Lowell.
Lastly, I would like to extend my deep admiration for the work and legacy of Belle da Costa Greene, whose expertise and dedication made the Morgan’s Keats collection, indeed the Morgan as a whole, what it is today.
–Philip S. Palmer, Robert H. Taylor Curator and Department Head, Literary and Historical Manuscripts
Photography of Morgan Library & Museum objects by Graham Haber and Janny Chiu
Photographs of Belle Greene letters to Bernard Berenson, Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, courtesy of the President and Fellows of Harvard College