FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Lillian Clark


More diary entries from New York: asking if Lillian Clark would like to come help Lovecraft during his "domestic disintegration;" Frank Belknap Long helps Lovecraft use up the credit at Scribner's book store that Henneberger gave him in lieu of payment, including several books by Lord Dunsany, Arthur Machen, Beckford's Vathek, and books of Colonial material; exploring Elizabethtown, New Jersey; writing "The Shunned House" based on the Babbitt house on Benefit Street in Providence; visiting Hart Crane with Samuel Loveman; no luck with Houdini's introduction; time spent with Sonia, and her illnesses; meetings with the Kalems, including comments on George Kirk, and visiting Henry Everett McNeil in Hell's Kitchen; still looking for work.

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