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To August Derleth, ca. January 1933, I was much interested in your accounts . . .

To August Derleth, ca. February 1933, After so long a time, I’m getting around to answering . . .

To August Lenniger, February 20, 1933, Here are the copies of “The Shadow Kingdom” . . .

To Donald Wandrei, ca. February 21, 1933, I’ve been intending to write to you . . .
     Available at the Minnesota Historical Society, in the Donald Wandrei papers.

To August Derleth, ca. March 1933, I should have told you that I meant to keep . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, March 6, 1933, I have just read your recent letter . . .

To August Lenniger, March 8, 1933, This is to inform you that I have . . .

To Magic Carpet Magazine, March 1933, Congratulations on the quality . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, pm, March 15, 1933, I hardly know how to thank you for the copy.

To Carl Jacobi, March 17, 1933, I am glad to write to Wright, commenting . . .

To August Derleth, ca. March (23?) 1933, I quite agree with you regarding . . .

To Robert H. Barlow, ca. April 2, 1933, Here are some notes . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, April 23, 1933, I’m enclosing some of the latest views . . .
     Contains Untitled ("They were there, in the distance dreaming") (poem).
     Contains Untitled ("Under the grim San Saba hills") (poem)
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     The second verse has been published separately as "The Lost San Saba Mine".

To August Derleth, ca. May 1933, As a starter, I must apologize . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1933, Fear Finn: / I was in Brownwood yesterday . . .

To The Claytons Magazines, June 13, 1933, A few weeks ago . . .

To Hugh G. Schonfield, June 15, 1933, As I promised, in answer to your letter . . .

To Fort Worth Bank, carbon, June 17, 1933, I enclose deposits slips . . .

To August Derleth, July 3, 1933, Please accept my belated thanks . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933, Glad we got the physical-mental question . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, early draft, ca. July 1933, You have frequently warned . . .
     Unsent draft. Early draft of a letter to H. P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933, Glad we got the physical-mental question . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, later draft, ca. July 1933, The writer intimated that culture . . .
     Unsent draft. Later draft of a letter to H. P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933, Glad we got the physical-mental question . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1933, I am sending on to you the enclosed manuscript . . .
     Includes an enclosed photo postcard of REH standing in the ruins of Fort McKavett.
     REH also sent the same picture to August Derleth in a letter.
     On this particular photo sent to HPL he wrote "Ruins of Fort McKavett, July 9, 1933. I like this snap; it makes me
     feel kind of like a Vandal or Goth standing amidst the ruins of a Roman fortress or palace."


To August Derleth, ca. July 1933, Thanks immensely for the opportunity of reading . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, ca. July 1933, I really must apologize for not having . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, pm, July 22, 1933, I can hardly find words to express . . .

To August Derleth, ca. August 1933, Yes, I certainly did enjoy “Five Alone” . . .
     Contains "A Dungeon Opens" (poem). The poem has been published separately.

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1933, I am sending on to you the enclosed manuscript . . .
     Includes an enclosed photo postcard of REH standing in the ruins of Fort McKavett.
     REH also sent the same picture to August Derleth in a letter.
     On this particular photo sent to HPL he wrote "Ruins of Fort McKavett, July 9, 1933. I like this snap; it makes me
     feel kind of like a Vandal or Goth standing amidst the ruins of a Roman fortress or palace."


To August Derleth, September 4, 1933, Glad you liked the rhyme I sent you.

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. September or October 1933, I was very sorry to hear . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1933, Fear Finn: / The Galleon Press has just brought out . . .

To August Derleth, ca. October 1933, Thanks very much for the opportunity of reading . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, ca. October 1933, Thanks very much for the kind things . . .

To August Derleth, ca. October 1933, By all means use the hawk incident . . .

To Charles D. Hornig, November 1, 1933, Thanks for the copy . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, November 3, 1933, Glad you liked the rattles.
     This letter references an earlier and apparently now lost letter, in which REH sent HPL a set of rattlesnake rattles.
     Contains the prose piece "With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles"
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To Charles D. Hornig, November 10, 1933, Here is a short story, “The Frost-King’s Daughter” . . .

To August Derleth, ca. November 1933, I enjoyed reading your “Hawk on the Blue” very much . . .

To H. P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1933, I am so submerged in work . . .

To The Fantasy Fan, ca. 1933, I find the Fantasy Fan . . .

To August Derleth, ca. December 1933, I think Scribner’s was nuts to turn down “Hawk on . . .

To The Fantasy Fan, ca. late 1933, I liked the November issue . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, pm, December 14, 1933, Only the fact that I have been sick . . .

To Clark Ashton Smith, December 20, 1933 [no text]
This is a signed Christmas card REH sent to CAS.

To August Derleth, ca. December 1933, Hope you had a good Christmas . . .



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