FROM Robert E. Howard
TO August Derleth


On "Afternoon in June" and various animals in combat, primarily ants; Fourth of July, and Howard has been drinking; wanted to go to the rodeo at Stamford, but could not afford it; on the death of "Jack o'Diamonds" at a local rodeo, leading into a recollection of the deaths of Steve Baccus, William E. Tinney, C.V. "Skeezix" Ramsey, Melson C. Wakefield, Bob Ensor, Arch Davidson, Jack Davis, and John Teague; on a shot trip to Santa Fe, NM and Lincoln, site of the Lincoln County War, and what he drank on the trip; wishing he could travel more (and a brief note on travels to Brownwood, De Leon, and Mineral Wells, TX).

Cited By

Included In

Preceded By 033-0292 Letters of Robert E. Howard and August Derleth Followed By 033-0301
Preceded By 033-0293 Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Followed By 033-0295
Preceded By 033-0263 Robert E. Howard Selected Letters Followed By 033-0303
Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License