FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


On Toldridge's poetry and her hearing from R. H. Barlow, thanks for the cuttings and postage stamps, on the elections, on Toldridge's new poem, on Johnathan E. Hoag, a glimpse of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, on the warm weather (seguing into exploring the Squantum Woods and finding two kittens), sympathies on Toldridge's health and asking her to cheer up, on Toldridge's accommodations and guppies, on genealogy, on the Dragon-Fly, Lovecraft still working on the textbook for Anne Tillery Renshaw, on the state of amateur journalism, "The Haunter in the Dark" published Weird Tales with illustrations by Virgil Finlay, on the book edition of The Shadow over Innsmouth, Lovecraft too cash-strapped to travel south.

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