FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


Thanks for the cuttings, on poetry matters, on the arts and economics, on a series of poetry lectures at Brown University, on the current times (and possible war with Japan), on mental landmarks and civilization and race, on being an Anglophile in America, on W. Paul Cook's illness (and Arizona, and The Shunned House), on New Georgian architecture, on skyscrapers, on cycles of civilization (with reference to Theodore Roosevelt), on grasping the cosmic, on creating for one's own pleasure. Postscript on Lovecraft's aunt's health, Toldridge's pseudonym, and thanks for a flower.

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