FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling asks after May S. Greenwood (and Andrew Dewing) in Auburn; suggesting Smith write the Smart Set for the issue with "Ennui" in it, as Sterling does not recall which number it is; on Smith's sonnets ("To the Beloved" and "Transcendence;" "Laus Mortis" was stolen), but no idea if they would sell; Andrew Dewing says Smith is gaining wait, and Charles Clark says Mrs. Clark is well; Sterling sent an agitating letter to William Stanley Braithwaite; Neihardt sent Sterling The Song of Three Friends; enclosing an announcement for a magazine. Enclosed: Two unidentified sonnets.

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