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TO DENIS ARCHER, PUBLISHER (2)

To Denis Archer, May 20, 1934, As you doubtless remember . . .

To Denis Archer, May 22, 1934, As you doubtless remember . . .
The difference between this letter and the one listed immediately before is that the first letter says Hour of the Dragon is coming under separate cover, the second letter says enclosed herewith; so either the first is a draft, or, it was sent first and the second letter included with the actual story, which may have taken longer to arrive, as a bulkier package


TO DERLETH, AUGUST (30)
(All available via the State Historical Society of Wisconsin)
 

To August Derleth, ca. December (15?) 1932, I had intended answering . . .

To August Derleth, ca. December (29?) 1932, I read your recent letter with the greatest interest . . .

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

To August Derleth, ca. January 1934, I note with sympathy your remarks . . .

To August Derleth, ca. late March 1934, Pardon this belated letter . . .

To August Derleth, May 30 1934, I have a feeling that I’ve been owing . . .

To August Derleth, ca. June 1934, Having completed several weeks of . . .

To August Derleth, ca. mid-October 1934, I haven’t yet gotten a copy . . .

To August Derleth, December 11, 1934, I recently found your letter of October 18 in my file . . .

To August Derleth, ca. February 1935, I would have written you long ago . . .

To August Derleth, ca. June 1935, I reckon you’ve wondered at times . . .

To August Derleth, June 20, 1935, This card was purchased in Lincoln . . .

To August Derleth, July 4, 1935, Thanks very much for the article, “Afternoon in June.” . . .

To August Derleth, November 1, 1935, I should have written you months ago . . .

To August Derleth, November 28, 1935, Thanks for the opportunity of reading . . .

To August Derleth, April 15, 1936, Just a hurried line to let you know . . .

To August Derleth, May 9, 1936, I am indeed sorry to learn of the deaths . . .
     
Contains Untitled ("You have built a world of paper and wood") (poem). The poem has been published separately.



TO DIME SPORTS MAGAZINE (2)

To Dime Sports Magazine, ca. April 1936, Name: Robert E. Howard

To Dime Sports Magazine, published June 1936, Name: Robert Ervin Howard . . .



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