FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO James F. Morton


Settled in at 66 College Street, on purity of blood and the Nazis (seguing into an essay on race, cultural assimilation - particularly with respect to Jews - and freedom), on a recent warm spell, on Morton's invitation to speak in Chicago on geology, on Modernist architecture (seguing into how not every age produces new art or architecture of its own), on the meaning of civilization.

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