FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On Estelle P. Crane (whom Sterling compares to "Lilith"), who is divorcing her husband; suggesting Samuel Loveman come to San Francisco to be treated by Dr. Albert Abrams; disparaging comments on Frank Harris (mentioning H. R. Mencken and Edgar Allan Poe's "Ulalume"); Sterling indulged in alcohol during the Jinks, but has seen determined to abstain - unless offered champagne or absinthe; praise for Smith's "Secret Love"; advice on extramarital affairs; asking if T. R. Smith has contact Clark Ashton Smith about Poetica Erotica; Marie Parmeley married (and going out in Chinese dress). Postscript: Sterling written little since the Jinks. Enclosed: "Three Sonnets on Beauty."

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