FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling's health troubles (tonsilitis, ulcerated teeth, etc.); on the money from Mrs. Clark (and reference to Margaret Emerson Vanderbilt); on Smith's unhappiness about women; on Smith's poems "Ave atque Vale," "Impression," and "Remoteness"; Sterling glad when his health is better, with mention of his youngest sister; the Poems of Charles Warren Stoddard is out, but Sterling feels it would disappoint Smith.

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