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TO TALMAN, WILFRED BLANCH (7)

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

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

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

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

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

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. March 1932, I’ve finally gotten around to answering . . .

To Wilfred Blanch Talman, ca. July 1932, Thanks very much for “De Halve Maen.”


TO THRILLS OF THE JUNGLE MAGAZINE (1) 

To Thrills of the Jungle Magazine, ca. June to late 1929, I enclose herewith a short story . . .


TO TORBETT, FRANK THURSTON (2)

To Frank Thurston Torbett, April 28, 1936, I’m sorry I have not . . .

To Frank Thurston Torbett, June 3, 1936, My mother is very low . . .


TO WAND, MERLIN (1)

To Merlin Wand, date stamped May 26, 1928, CONTACTS . . .




TO WANDREI, DONALD (1)

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 WASSO, JOHN (1)

To John Wasso, undated, unsent, There is a good deal of justice . . .



TO WEIRD TALES (10)

To Weird Tales, August 21, 1925, I am preparing a mss. which . . .

To Weird Tales, ca. December 1925, These are sheer masterpieces. . . .

To Weird Tales, ca. May 1927, Your last three issues . . .

To Weird Tales, ca. April 1928, Mr. Lovecraft’s latest story . . .

To Weird Tales, unmailed, ca. January 1929, . . . whatever to do with beetles, . . .

To Weird Tales, ca. October 1929, I have just been reading . . .

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

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

To Weird Tales, ca. February 1932, Congratulations on the appearance . . .

To Weird Tales, ca. May 1936, Enthusiasm impels me . . .


TO WESTERN STORY (1)

To Western Story, ca. late fall 1924,—And I am not one of those writers . . .


TO WRIGHT, FARNSWORTH (4)

To Farnsworth Wright, January 23, 1926 I have no carbon copy of Wolfshead . . .

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

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

To Farnsworth Wright, May 6, 1935, I always hate to write a letter like this . . .


TO UNKNOWN RECIPIENTS (8)

To an unknown recepient, ca. September 1928, Salaam: Tunney sure gave Heeney . . .
     Likely either to Harold Preece or Tevis Clyde Smith, Glenn Lord thinks Preece.

To an unknown recepient, Salaam: Not much to say . . .

To an unknown recepient, ca. 1931, Schlitz didn't pay a penny . . .
     postcard, handwritten

To an unknown recepient, Salaam: "The real reason, "said John L. Sullivan, . . .
      Most likely written to Tevis Clyde Smith or Harold Preece.

To an unknown recepient, unmailed, Salaam: I'm writing mainly to find out about . . .
      Contains "Altars and Jesters" (poem, first 11 quatrains only).

To unknown recipient, undated, unsent, Seems that you owe me . . .
     Contains "The Road to Hell" (first stanza) (poem); Contains "Long Ago" (2, poem); Contains "The Men That Walk With Satan" (poem); Contains "Flight" (poem);
     Contains "A Negro Girl" (poem); Contains "The Dust Dance" (2, poem); Contains "Destiny" (1, poem); Contains "The Song of Horsa’s Galley" (poem).


To unknown recipient, undated, unsent, ’The real reason,’ said John L. Sullivan . . .

To unknown recipient, undated, unsent, I do not remember who . . .


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