FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


The Pawtuxet River flooding, thanks for the cuttings (particularly those on prehistoric America), brief mention of literary agents (including Robert E. Howard and E. Hoffmann Price using their services), on Lovecraft's latest writing (and appearances in anthologies, and ratings in the O. Henry Memorial Prize Annual), on the 1932 national election, on the death of Henry S. Whitehead, on poetry and Knopf, a brief note on radio stations, on international debt, on hunger-marchers, on rightness and civilizations, writings against Christianity (and parallels to contemporary socio-economic issues), thanks for the Christmas cards (with reference to Lord Dunsany), the weather is snowy. Postscript on the "technocracy."

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