FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On Mrs. Armsby, Spreckels, Crocker, Albert M. Bender, and the meanness of California millionaires; on Smith's mothers illness and the attacks on Dr. Albert Abrams (with mention of Dr. McCubbin and Henry Ford); Sterling to talk to Newbegin, the White House, and Robertson; on Smith's poems ("Don Juan Sings" and "Song from 'The Fugitives'"), suggesting "Don Juan Sings" to be sold to H. L. Mencken; Sterling sober for three months, writing poetry and an essay. Postscript: Sterling's essay is on the cosmos. Enclosed: Unidentified poems.

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