FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On Smith's financial difficulties, with Albert M. Bender handling immediate difficulties and Sterling asking James Phelan, Claus Spreckels, etc. to give Smith a monthly allowance; warning about asking Alice Meynell to publish Ebony and Crystal, recounting an issue with The Sonnet over Sterling's "Science"; Alice M. Reed out of printing, after Dr. Albert Abrams "cured" her of cancer; Sterling knows of no debaucheries in San Francisco beyond alcohol, and Sterling himself staying mostly sober, answering letters and writing love-sonnets; thanks for the toyon and mistletoe; Sterling's nephew visiting. Postscript: on Margaret Nichol.

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