The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v2 #1

“The Cairn on the Headland” draft is a facsimile of Howard’s typescript, free of modifications made to the published story by Strange Tales editor Harry Bates.
The untitled story is a facsimile of a Howard typescript describing an imaginary boxing match.
The two poems on the back cover are a facsimile copy of a handwritten single sheet of paper.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v3 #3

“Age”, “Your Money or Your Life” and “Hate’s Dawn” are facsimile copies of pages from The Junto, the circulating journal written by Howard and his friends.
The letter to Emil Petaja and “The Voice of Doom” are copies of Howard typescripts.
The Larry D. Thomas essay was the speech he presented as guest-of-honor at the 2009 Howard Days banquet, June 13 in Cross Plains, TX.
“West Is West” is a facsimile of Howard’s handwritten high school paper.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v4 #3

“Letter of a Chinese Student” (1) and (2) are facsimile and retyped copies of articles from The Yellow Jacket, the newspaper of Howard Payne College. “Private Magrath of the A. E. F.” is a facsimile copy from the same newspaper.
“The Shadow in the Well”, “The Ghost in the Doorway” and “The Adventurer” are facsimile copies of Howard typescripts.
The cover for “Sailor Dorgan and the Jade Cobra” is from the Kline agency used in marketing the Howard story.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v7 #1

Howard’s items are facsimile copies of typescripts, except for the First appearance:
Untitled draft (“The Haunted Mountain”)
Undated letter (unfinished, unsent)
“Baal” (Complete version)postcard.
“The Lion of Tiberias” fragment contains the initial pages of Howard’s first submission to Oriental Stories, which he later rewrote at the behest of Farnsworth Wright in the letter on p. 4.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v8 #1

Cover is a photo of Robert E. Howard from the papers of August Derleth. It also appeared in the 1944 Arkham House collection Marginalia by H. P. Lovecraft.
The back cover drawing is from the back of a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, circa July 1928 (“Salaam: A Warning to Orthodoxy…”). It also appears in The Howard Collector #19.
“Old Man Jacobson” is a fragment, never before published.