FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


On some amateur poetry matters, thanks for the cuttings, some comments on Toldridge's poetry, on Toldridge's response to the Fungi from Yuggoth (and Lovecraft's plans to see them in print), on Edgar Allan Poe in Baltimore, mention of Lovecraft's juvenile stories "The Mysterious Ship" and "The Secret of the Grave" (with an aside on his family library), on Toldridge's planned book of poetry, on Ernest Hartsock, on the cuttings Toldridge had sent, more Toldridge's book and the Fungi, more on the cuttings and ruminations of Lovecraft perhaps one day moving down south, and quotes part of The Day of Doom by Wigglesworth.

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