FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling answering his mail; on the San Diego Exposition having a day in his honor (with mention of Bender and Abrams); on burning things; on "Strangeness"; hoping Smith's mother and friend are in better health; Stella away dancing with the vaudeville company "A Night at the World's Fair" in Los Angeles and San Diego, and Sterling might visit (Stella rooming with three other women); Sterling sold "A Lost Garden" to Scribner's; Loveman's discovery of two lines by Keats; Sterling hasn't seen Albert M. Bender recently; Sterling wrote a movie scenario.

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