FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


Thanks for the New Years cards, thanks for the 18th century music and cuttings Toldridge had sent (with mention of George Washington and Richard C. Tolman), on the "Spite House" in Marblehead, small matters (condolences on the death of Toldridge's friend, Lovecraft's aunt goes out for Christmas dinner, etc.), Lovecraft and W. Paul Cook in Boston, a lecture by Raymond M. Hood on Radio City in New York, on current political and social change (referencing Marx, classic civilizations, the French Revolution, India, Russia, Japan, etc.), on only the creation of art being important, on Willem de Sitter's view of the universe, the end of Toldridge's photograph-colouring, on the Scottish Annual.

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Preceded By 000-0512 Letters to Elizabeth Toldridge & Anne Tillery Renshaw Followed By 000-0530
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