FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Praise for Smith's poems ("The Love-Portion," "The Secret," "Song of Cartha"); hope that Smith is less depressed, and to ignore public indifference; hoping Smith is not too hard up financially (with mention of Mrs. Spreckels); glad to see that Smith is so honest in money-matters; Sterling's Selected Poems seems to be selling well, and suggesting Smith review it for the Auburn Journal to get a free copy from Holt & co. (and sales from Robertson, Gelber, and the Sather Gate Book Shop); enclosing some poems, and writing real-estate ads for a cousin; asking to be remembered to Smith's lady-friend. Enclosed: Unidentified poems.

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Preceded By 026-0291 Letters of George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith Followed by 023-0061
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