- “Homes and Shrines of Poe“
- Essay (2,010 words); written in July 1934. First published in the Californian (Winter 1934); rpt. Acolyte(Fall 1943); rpt. MW. A brief survey of Poe <s residences in Philadelphia, Richmond, Charlottesville, Baltimore, New York, and Fordham, all of which HPL had personally visited.
An H.P.Lovecraft encyclopedia. S.T. Joshi, David E. Schultz.
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