FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Harold Preece
March 1929


Howard neglecting his correspondence, the Epworth League, and Sunday School; on Howard's Celtic ancestry, waxing fantastic, seguing into a small rant on Jews; on typewriters; on a visit with Truett Vinson and Tevis Clyde Smith, and seeing a Eugene O'Neill play (The Ile) put on by students; on Truett Vinson's girlfriend; on needing to get drunk and thinking about going to Mexico; on possible war with England; Truett Vinson needing to get drunk too; on reading and books; on the latest Junto (and a study of a naked black girl); Tevis Clyde Smith writing a novel of college life.

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