FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Praise for Smith's "Omar," which Smith has shown to Lafler and E. F. O'Day, who wrote a brief piece on it (and Smith's opinion of Lilith) in the Oakland Enquirer; thanks for the printing errors; sorry for not sending the two copies of Lilith that Smith requested, as the edition is sold out/given away; encouraging Smith to submit to John Lane; notes on "Solution," "In Lemuria," "The Ennuyé," and "Beyond the Great Wall"; the Bohemian Grove club taking Prohibition badly; mention of Dr. Albert Abrams and his telepathy experiments.

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