FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Elizabeth Toldridge


More on 66 College Street, warm weather and rambles in Quinsnicket, on administrative work (and Lovecraft's work with the United and National Amateur Press Associations), on Lovecraft's verse in books, on hearing the King of England's address over the radio, thanks for the cuttings, Lovecraft's aunt has broken her ankle, a circular on Clark Ashton Smith's The Double Shadow and Other Fantasies, Lovecraft receives advance sheets for one of his stories in Weird Tales.

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