The letter to Clyde Smith was a gag summons sent by Howard.
The view of Main Street in Cross Plains, Texas is on a post card.
“Nekht Semerkeht” is a facsimile of a Howard typescript. First apperance here.
The book inscription shown on the back cover is from a book that is part of the Robert E. Howard Memorial Collection, Howard Payne University, Brownwood, TX.

Contents

  • 2 •  Letter from the Board (The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter, Summer 2011) • essay by uncredited
  • 3 •  Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 1925 • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 4 •  Main Street—Cross Plains, Texas—March 16, 1922 • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 5 • Nekht Semerkeht—early draft • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 15 • News & Events (The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter, Summer 2011) • essay by uncredited
  • bc •  Inscription in “The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam” • interior artwork by Dr. I. M. Howard
Publisher : The Robert E. Howard Foundation
Year : Summer 2011 (mailed June 2011)
Type: Newsletter/fanzine
Format : Periodical  (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 24
Cover : Undated postcard sent from REH to Tevis Clyde Smith 
Illustrations : None

Notes

Prepared for publication by Rob Roehm
Not available for individual sale. This newsletter was provided to Friends of REH and Legacy Circle members of the Robert E. Howard Foundation. It is a limited edition and all surplus copies will be destroyed at year’s end. 

Saddle stapled, wraps. Page numbers include covers.

The letter to Clyde Smith was a gag summons sent by Howard.
The view of Main Street in Cross Plains, Texas is on a post card.
“Nekht Semerkeht” is a facsimile of a Howard typescript. First apperance here.
The book inscription shown on the back cover is from a book that is part of the Robert E. Howard Memorial Collection, Howard Payne University, Brownwood, TX.

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