FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


Lovecraft stops by Boston to visit Charles A. A. Parker on his way home from the eclipse, on the eclipse veiwing itself, on why Cook didn't accompany Lovecraft on the trip to Quebec, on Lovecraft's Further Criticism of Poetry, thanks for the cuttings and the Washington anthology, on his eyesight, on radios, autumn coming on, on puzzles and games, on the Harris Collection of Poetry at Brown, on political matters (Lovecraft declaring himself neutral). Postscript on replacement of old buildings in Washington, DC.

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