FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
May 1932


Howard to exhausted too go farther than Fort Worth; Howard learns through the American Fiction Guild that John Kelley of Fiction House is dead; Dave Lee is helpless with rheumatism; on Smith's "Bells of San Fernando"; on a fire at the City Drug Store in Fort Worth, and another incident; on a possible drought; a list of people Howard would like Smith to contact in the event of his death; asking after the Junto poetry anthology.

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