FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith laid up with an injured toe, when he should be cutting wood, and one of his lady-friends leaving the neighborhood, which leaves Smith much time to write and compose; on marriage; praise for Sterling's last verses; on the injured toe. Enclosed: "Query."

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