Title:Robert Ervin Howard poems and related papers: Cross Plains, Texas, 1923-1940
Creator/Contributor:Howard, Robert E. (Robert Ervin), 1906-1936, creator
Creator/Contributor:Lovecraft, H. P. (Howard Phillips), 1890-1937
Creator/Contributor:Howard, Robert E. (Robert Ervin), 1906-1936, Correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Wright, Fransworth., Correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Howard, I. M., Correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Kline, Otis Adelbert.
The poems, in typescript and manuscript, were assembled about 1939, with a view to publication, a project afterwards carried
out under the title Always Comes Evening; the Collected Poems of Robert E. Howard (Sauk City, Wisconsin, 1957) The accompanying
papers include the Ms. of an article by Howard Phillips Lovecraft, "In Memoriam: Robert Ervin Howard"; a copy of a 1931 letter
from Howard to Farnsworth Wright; reminiscences of Howard by E. Hoffman Price; three letters and a postcard to Lovecraft by
I.M. Howard concerning the suicide of his son; newspaper clippings concerning his death and funeral; excerpts of letters by
Howard to Lovecraft; a reprint of a high school essay by Howard, "What the Nation Owes to the South," originally published
in the Brownwood, Texas, Bulletin, 1923; and a copy of a letter, February 15, 1940, from the Druid Press of San Francisco
to Otis Adelbert Kline concerning publication of the poems.
Subject:Price, E. Hoffmann
Poetry -- Texas
Also available on microfilm.
Portraits transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1943.002--POR)
1 portfolio (72 p.).
1 microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 554:4) and positive.
BANC MSS P-O 801