FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


Wishing Toldridge well with healing from her recent injury (and recounting in brief Lovecraft's accident with phosphorous of 1907) and the health of W. Paul Cook, on Lovecraft's social and economic comment in a previous letter, on his two-week trip to New York (spending New Year's Eve with Samuel Loveman and the late Hart Crane's mother, and meeting A. Merritt), sympathies for Toldridge's second injury and thanks for her cuttings (including reference to Clark Ashton Smith and the Loch Ness Monster), on a radio problem about Poe, a lecture by Prof C. E. M. Joad on progress. Postscript on the delay of Unusual Stories.

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