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To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931, As always I found your recent letter . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931, This is rather a belated letter thanking . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1931, Well, Fear Finn: / You owe me a letter, but . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1931, Fear Finn: / I’ve delayed writing you, hoping I’d receive . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931, I highly appreciate . . .

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. February 1931, I can hardly find words to express . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931, I’m writing this letter . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1931, Well, Fear Finn: / Congratulations on your history . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1931, Fear Finn: / I don’t have to tell you how sorry I am . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 14, 1931, Well, Fear Finn: / Heigho for sunny San Antonio.

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. April 1931, I’m glad you liked “Kings of the Night.”

To Tevis Clyde Smith, May 9, 1931, Fear Finn: / Have youse heard anything more . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. mid-May 1931, Well Fear Finn: / I got a letter from Bradford saying that . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, week of May 18, 1931, Fear Finn: / I should have answered your letters . . .

To Farnsworth Wright, ca. June-July 1931, In your last letter you asked me to give you . . .

To Harry Bates June 1, 1931, You may, or you may not . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early June 1931, Fear Finn: / Thanks very much for the Frontier . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1931, I didn’t take much of a trip after all.
     Contains "The Grim Land" (poem). The poem has been published separately.

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. July 1931, I should have answered your letter . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, July 14, 1931, Just a line . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. August 1931, Fear Finn: / Well, I doubt if this missile will be very scintillant . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1931, You must indeed . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1931, Fear Finn: / Lizzen my children and you shall be told . . .
     Contains Untitled ("Lizzen my children and you shall be told") (poem).

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. September 1931, Thank you very much for the letter you wrote . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1931, Fear Finn: / I’ve been waiting for a letter from you . . .

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. October 1931, I’m returning herewith your stories . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931, Thanks for the post-card views.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1931, Fear Finn: / The reason I haven’t written you sooner . . .

To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931, I intended to answer . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1931, Fear Finn: / I wrote Bradford a coarse rude letter . . .
     Contains "Who is Grandpa Theobold?" (poem) and Untitled ("Let me rest with the ages").
     "Who is Grandpa Theobold" has been published separately.


To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931, Many thanks for the opportunity . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, November 1931, Fear Finn: / Here are the blasted verses.
     Contains "The Last Day" (poem) and "Moonlight on a Skull" (poem).
     Both poems were previously sold to WEIRD TALES, but were not published at the time of this letter.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1931, Fear Finn: / Have you heard anything from the Christopher?
     Contains Untitled ("Many fell at the grog-shop walls") (poem).

To H.P. Lovecraft, December 9, 1931, I would have answered . . .
     Contains "Arkham" (poem).  The poem has been published separately.



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