Contains copies of 14 different Christmas verses sent to his friends. The first lines: [To Long] "Precocious Sir, who draw'st with wizardry;" [To Long - poem on book fly-leaf] "A plain old Soul, nor sharp nor analytical;" [To Felis - Long's cat] "Haughty Sphinx, whose amber eyes;" [To Kleiner] "A wreath to thee, whose dauble art;" [To Loveman] "Son of the Muse, may Yuletide bear;" [To Kirk] "Since Chelsea is Old SANTA'S very home;" [To Leeds] "May Yuletide such beneficence evince;" [To McNeil] "May Gallic shades Thy Yuletide bless;" [To Sechrist] "May Polynesian skies thy Yuletide bless;" [To Morton] "From mines celestial Santa digs a gem;" [To John Russell] "To old Britannia's story'd strand;" [To E.J. Davis] "May Santa bring to Harvard's brightest son;" [To Cook] "May Yule to thee all blessings swift impart;" [To Sandusky] "Run out of slang, & far from fresh supplies;" [To Parker] "Let Cliftondale to Yuletide croakings hark;" and [To Miniter] "From distant churchyards hear a Yuletide groan."
Immediate form of acquisition: A32500 
Lovecraft, Howard P. to Clark, Lillian D., Howard P. Lovecraft collection, Ms.Lovecraft, Brown University Library
Digital object made available by: Brown University Library, John Hay Library, University Archives and Manuscripts, Box A, Brown University, Providence, RI, 02912, U.S.A., (http://library.brown.edu/)