000-0653
000-0653
FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge
5-Oct-1933

Abstract

Thanks for the enclosures (and notes on the Witch House), Annie Gamwell recovering, E. Hoffmann Price now back in New Orleans after visiting New York, on his visit to Quebec (and seeing W. Paul Cook in Boston, and visiting Salem & Marblehead on the way back), on sightseeing in Providence and Prospect Terrace, pessimistic on the possible Knopf collection (followed by recent arrival of a definite rejection), on The Fantasy Fan and Unusual Stories, sympathies on Toldridge's accident (and more on his aunt's), the mission of poetry (seguing into economics and politics). Postscript on Lovecraft's radio, and F. Lee Baldwin suggesting reprinting "The Colour Out of Space" as a pamphlet.

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Preceded By 036-0065 Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Elizabeth Toldridge Followed By 000-0657
Preceded By 036-0065 Letters to Elizabeth Toldridge & Anne Tillery Renshaw Followed By 000-0657
Preceded By 000-0652 Selected Letters of H. P. Lovecraft Followed By 000-0654
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