FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Alfred Galpin


Lovecraft's aunt Annie Gamwell fell and broke her ankle (probably preventing his attendance at the National Amateur Press Association convention), Lovecraft happy in 66 College Street, on Galpin's effort at gardening (and agriculture in general), on his sensitivity to cold (remembering especially Cleveland in 1922, seguing into a nostalgic rhapsody of that year.)

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