FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Zealia Brown Reed


Lovecraft's return to Providence from New York was by was a long detour to Vermont as a guest of Vrest Orton, where he visited with Arthur Goodeneough, Walter J. Coates, etc. which resulted in an article in the Brattleboro Reformer, and Lovecraft writing an article ("Vermont—A First Impression"); then a week's visit to Athol, MA with W. Paul Cook (and seeing The Shunned House sent to print), Edith Miniter (with reference to Our Natupski Neighbors), and H. Warner Munn; and finally down through Springfield, MA (not visiting Dr. J. Berg Esenwein) to New York (exchanging greetings with Frank Belknap Long and Donald Wandrei) on to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Annapolis, Washington D.C., Mt. Vernon, and a train-ride to the Shenandoah Valley and the Endless Caverns there, then back to New York, where he learned his aunt Lillian Clark was ill and headed back to Providence; Lovecraft back home will ease off revision a bit, as Farnsworth Wright is asking for more of his stories; mention of a brief visit by the Longs on their way to Cape Cod.

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