FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Lillian Clark


Financial stress caused by lack of literary work, and the failure of Sonia's hat shop, has Lovecraft trying and failing to secure regular work; on living economically; on life in New York; Bushwork; meeting new friend and old - Rheinhart Kleiner, Frank Belknap Long, Samuel Loveman, George Kirk, etc.

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