FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Carl Jacobi
Summer 1934


Praise on "The Satanic Piano"; on the pulp markets and Howard's continuing characters (Steve Costigan, Breckinridge Elkins, Conan); on Texas as a setting for his stories (as used in "The Horror from the Mound," "The Man on the Ground," and "Old Garfield's Heart"); on San Antonio (and its immigrant population); on his trip to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico and on to El Paso, and across the border into Juarez (and the liquor available there); a line on Arthur O. Friel; on Adventure changing editors (William Corcoran selling a serial to Cosmopolitan; on E. Hoffmann Price's visit.

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