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 v2 #4

“The Ballad of King Geraint” and “Zukala’s Mating Song” are slightly different from the version published in The Collected Poetry of Robert E. Howard.
The remainder of the content items are facsimile copies of Howard typescripts.
“The Guise of Youth” and “Roads” were originally published as two separate poems, but are likely a single poem.
As a young man, Howard contributed to The Junto, a circulating publication written by a group of his friends and himself. During circulation, the group would write comments about the content, which was then typed up and distributed with the following issue of The Junto. “The Commentary” collects such comments made by Howard, edited by Rob Roehm.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v3 #1

The synopsis of “The Silver Heel” here is longer (more complete) than the one published in the Fall 2007 issue. It is a facsimile of a Howard typescript from the Otis Adelbert Kline Agency files. An incomplete untitled synopsis also exists.

“Scotchogram” is an incomplete list.

The “Alleys of Peril” synopsis features “Sailor Steve O’Brien”, whereas the story features Sailor Steve Costigan.
The untitled poem is a color facsimile copy of a Howard typescript.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v3 #2

“Sailor Costigan / Dorgan and the Jade Monkey” is a facsimile copy of a Howard typescript, written originally featuring Steve Costigan, but with the name changed to Dennis Dorgan by Howard’s agency.
“A South Sea Storm” is a facsimile of an incomplete handwritten story Howard wrote in high school.
“Stories Written Complete” is a facsimile of a Howard typescript that lists stories Howard submitted between April or May 1929 and December of that year.

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 #1

The Howard materials (except for the back cover) are facsimiles of Howard typescripts.
The date on the Howard letter to H. P. Lovecraft is handwritten by Lovecraft.
The fragment on the back cover is a facsimile of a handwritten sheet; the top of the page was a school quiz, but Howard didn’t waste paper and used the bottom for a story fragment.