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1930 (36)

To Harold Preece, pm, January 4, 1930, Yes, we fade from youth swiftly.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1930, Many thanks for the letter you wrote Farnsworth . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1930, Well, here is the letter.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1930, Salaam, Fear Ohghruagach: / Life is a cynical, romantic pig . . .
     Contains Untitled ("Life is a cynical, romantic pig") (poem).

To Harold Preece, ca. February 1930, Go manee jeea git. You’re in Kansas now, eh?

To Weird Tales, ca. March 1930, “Thirsty Blades” is fine . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930, Well, Fear Finn, tell Cuchullain the Dutchess . . .
     Contains "The Autumn of the World" (poem); "A Tribute to the Sportsmanship of the Fans" (poem);
     "Aw Come On and Fight" (poem); and "The Song of the Sage" (poem). "The Autumn of the World" has been published separately.


To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / I trust you are in good healthel . . .
     Contains "Whispers" (poem). "Whispers" has been published separately.

To Harold Preece, postmarked March 24, 1930, Thanks for the picture.
     Contains "Song Before Clontarf" (poem).

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early April 1930, Well, Fear Finn, you mention being in a lethargic . . .
     Contains "Ambition" (poem); "Whispers on the Nightwind" (poem); "The Gladiator and the Lady" (poem).
     "Whispers on the Nightwind" and "The Gladiator and the Lady" have both been published separately.


To Harold Preece, ca. early April 1930, Thanks for the Saint Padraic’s card.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1930, Salaam: / Well, Fear Finn, I believe in days gone yore . . .
     Contains "The Mutiny of the Hellroarer" and "The Return of the Sea-Farer" (poem).
     "The Return of the Sea-Farer" has been published separately.


To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1930, Salaam: / Well, Fear Finn, I hope this letter finds you o.k. . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1930, Well, Fear Finn, I was in Brownwood yesterday . . .
     Contains "A Stirring of Green Leaves" (poem); "The Rhyme of the Viking Path" (poem);
     and "A Marching Song of Connacht" (poem).  "A Stirring of Green Leaves", "The Rhyme of the Viking Path" and
     "A Marching Song of Connacht" have all been published separately.


To Farnsworth Wright, ca. June 1930, I have long looked forward to reading . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. week of June 9, 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / The pictures came at last and here they are.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1930, Salaam, Fear Finn: / Then Stein the peddler . . .
     Contains Untitled ("Then Stein the peddler . . .") (poem) and "A Ballad of Beer" (poem).
     "A Ballad of Beer" has been published separately.


To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1930, Salaam, Fear Finn: / Well, me bauld buccaneer . . .
     Contains "Lives and Crimes of Notable Artists".  "Lives and Crimes of Notable Artists" has been published separately.

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1, 1930, I am indeed highly honored to have received . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1, 1930, Admittedly, your theories in regard to . . .
     Unsent draft.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, late July or early August 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / I haven’t heard from our story, . . .
     Contains "Voyages with Villains".

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1930, Let me first thank you for the opportunity . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1930, really think that most of the invaders . . .
     Unsent draft.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early September 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story.
     Contains "Daughter of Evil" (poem).   "Daughter of Evil" has been published separately.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1930, Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930, I envy you your sojourn to Quebec.

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930, I am very glad that you enjoyed your visit . . .

To Harold Preece, ca. October 1930, Well, Harold, how did you like my story . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1930, It is with greatest delight that I learn . . .
     
Contains "Reuben’s Brethren" (poem). 
The poem has been published separately.

To Harold Preece, ca. October or early November 1930, Well, Harold, I’m sorry to hear your nose . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / I read your article . . .

To Harold Preece, pm, November 24, 1930, I hope you’ll pardon my negligence . . .
     Contains Untitled ("Slow shifts the sands of time . . .") (poem).

To Tevis Clyde Smith, probably ca. December 1930, I’m not surprized that Byrne . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. December 1930, Well, Fear Finn: / I don’t know when I’ll be able . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1930, As always, your letter proved highly . . .
     Contains "A Dream". 

To Weird Tales, ca. December 1930, I was particularly fascinated . . .



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