Of Salem. HPL Case 150, 194.
Of Miskatonic University Antarctic Expedition, Engineering. HPL Mountains 4-6, 9-13, 15-16, 20, 22, 26, 33-34, 39-40, 50, 66, 85.
FL Terror2 269, co-inventor of the magneto-optic geoscanner 293, 298.
HPL Aeons risen island (part of ancient Mu) 265, bygone Pacific civilisation (of Mu) 267, Ghatanothoa cult flourished chiefly in Pacific regions 276, Pacific setting of Mu legends 277, T'yog mummy is Pacific specimen 279 & 281; Mound 122.
RB Kiss 44.
HK Bells 81, 88.
FL Terror2 306, 309.
Incl: Caroline Islands; Deep Ones; East India; Easter Island; Humboldt Currents; Marquesas Islands?; Marianas Islands; Micronesia; Melanesia; Nan-Matal; New Caledonia?; New Hebrides?; New Zealand; North Pacific; Polynesia; Ponape; R'lyeh; South Pacific; Tonga Islands?
Aka: Western Ocean.
Innsmouth. HPL Innsmouth 326-327, 347, 349-350.
Celphais. HPL Kadath 354, (355).
HPL Mound 155.
HPL Dunwich Great God Pan 172.
RB Hell 37, 48.
HPL Mountains 6.
HK Hydra 127.
Vermont. HPL Innsmouth 306.
HC Isle 147-161.
HPL Time 407.
Of Egypt. AWD Island 181.
HPL Case 121.
RB Sorceror 155.
AWD Lurker 16.
An unincorporated community in California. Formerly known as Vulture's Roost. Later absorbed into Los Angeles. [FL Terror2 268, 312]
Sovereign of the sylphs [RB Hell 61].
Dreamwold city. HPL Kadath 316, 321, 325.
RB Sorceror 155.
RWC Repairer 5.
HPL Call 152.
Newburyport. HPL Innsmouth 315.
London (or Croydon?). AWD Curwen 33-34.
Boston? HPL Pickman 12.
Antarctica. HPL Mountains 7.
A person; Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 127-128, 130-132, (133), 134, 141, 146-149, 151.
Egyptologist who found the third priest of Sebek. RB Sebek 126.
New England. FBL Eaters 88, 111.
Angell Hill; Brewster; Central Square; First Baptist Church; Mulligan Beach; Mulligan Light; Mulligan Wood; Narrows; Partridgeville Chemical Laboratories; Partridgeville Gazette; Partridgeville Glue Works; Partridgeville Reserve (police); Smithwich and Isaacs;
FBL Hounds 86.
FBL Hounds 84.
Police. FBL Hounds 86.
Wisconsin; a place. AWD Dweller 116, 123, 125, 134-135.
Caledonia County, Vermont. HPL Whisperer 209.
New Jersey. HPL Call 145.
Doctor of glandular therapeutics. FBL Hills 264.
Massachusetts. HPL WitchHouse 275.
Pawtuxet? HPL Case 152.
Of Springfield. AWD Watchers 400, 404.
A Roman commander. RB DarkIsle 98.
Shortly after divorce, visited Maine and unburied the Other with Roche, Hank Klarney, and Frank Klarney. Died two weeks later in a delerium. RAL Graag 12-15.
HC Isle 147.
RB Opener 162.
En route Connecticut to Rhode Island. HPL Case 165.
Oklahoma. HPL Yig 83.
Rhode island. Joseph Curwen farm at. HPL Case 111, 118-119, 122, 124, 127-129, 132, Pawtuxet river 134, farm 136, road 137, farm 137, road 139, road 141, village 144-146, farm 148-149 & 151 & 154, valley 155, bungalow 168, farm 171, 175, 177-178, bungalow 178-180, 181, 182, 184, bungalow 185, 188-189, 191, 198, 200, 209, 224-225.
A heretical Christian sect? CAS Holiness 122.
Coin of Hyperborea. CAS Tale 4.
Of Wilbraham; great-grandfather of Peabody Heritage narrator. AWD Peabody 179, 182, 186, 189, 194-198.
Little brother of Mary Peabody. Possibly of Arkham. Buried in Old Dethshill Cemetary. JVS Dead 29, 30, 35.
Of Arkham. HPL Innsmouth 362-363.
Of Wilbraham; ancestor of Asaph Peabody and of Peabody Heritage narrator. AWD Peabody 182, 191, 194-195.
Lives near Old Dethshill Cemetary. Possibly of Arkham. Older sister of Benjamin Peabody. JVS Dead 28-31, 35, 37.
Arkham. HPL WitchHouse 278.
HPL Time 370.
HPL Time 370.
HPL Time 370.
HPL Time 369, etc; address 371.
HPL Time 370.
Of Miskatonic University. HPL Time 369, 373, 376, 384, 406, 408-412.
FL Terror2 288-289, 293, 296.
Of Providence. HPL Case 192, 196.
A place in America. HPL Mound 116, Picos Pueblo villages 120.
Peking. AWD Lair 123.
China. REH Bear 36.
Column in the Brattleboro Reformer. HPL Whisperer 215-216.
AWD Wood religious carvings of 73.
Indian tribe. HPL Whisperer 212-213.
HPL Case 132.
AWD Valley hex country 124.
HPL Case 139.
HPL Case 215.
RB Hell 26, 29-30, 32-33, 41.
HK Hunt 163-166, 168, 170-172.
Compare with: star, six-pointed.
HPL Case 151.
AWD Whippoorwills 46.
By Justin Geoffrey. HPL Doorstep 277.
REH Black 58, 65.
Crewman on the Rover. RB Terror 229, 232-235, 237, 243-246, 248.
AWD Valley 121-122, 130-133, 138, 140, 142-143, 145-148.
Germany. AWD Lurker 138.
Providence. HPL Case 162.
HPL Aeons Ghatanothoa cult in 276.
AWD Island 181.
REH Fire 31-32.
REH Fire 31-32.
Australia. HPL Time 404-406, 411-412.
HC Isle 148, 159-160.
Synonym for: Mace, Peter.
Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 118, 122, 124-125, 130, 134-136, 145.
A soul in a bottle. HPL Terrible 273.
Alias of Richard Upton Pickman. HPL Pickman 13, 17.
Of Providence. HPL Case 126.
AWD Gorge 105.
AWD Curwen 32, 34-36.
A valley. HPL Mountains 48.
Of H.M.S. Advocate. AWD Gorge 106.
On of the Seven Stewards of Heaven invoked in White Magic [RB Hell 60].
A style. HPL Case 212-213, 215.
An alien entity. HK Hydra 135.
In Celephais. A beacon or lighthouse? HPL Kadath 357.
See: Elder Pharos.
AWD Island (177), 178, 181, 196, 202-203, 212; Curwen (narrator), 3, 5, 11, age race & birthplace 16, from Boston (30), visited Croydon Aerodrome 33, Andrew 40, Andrew 42, 44, Boston address 47; Gorge possible reference (127); Keeper 160; Sky (52), 53, (54), 55-57, vanished Sept 1938 57, 58-61, 67-81, 86-93.
Passenger who died on the third day of an ocean voyage, on a liner that was transporting the Sacred White Elephant of Jadhore [RB Elephant 45].
HC Isle 152.
Of Constantinople. Translated the Al-Azif into Greek, under the title Necronomicon in 950 A.D (HPL History 52).
HPL Innsmouth 334.
AWD Sky 66.
HPL Call 132.
Family, of Innsmouth. AWD Seal 150, 153, most died in '28 154, 156, 158-159, 166, 176.
Of Providence. AWD Brotherhood (narrator), 328, 339, 341, 345-347, 351.
Nee Marsh. AWD Seal 179-180.
AWD Seal 158, 167.
AWD Seal 158.
Brother of Sylvan, father of Marius Phillips. AWD Seal 153.
AWD Those 112-117.
AWD Seal (narrator), family (149-150), childhood (152), named 155 & 157.
AWD Seal 145-152, 154, 157, (158), 159-161, 166-167, (170), 171, 176.
Of Angell Street, Providence. "An elderly eccentric of Providence, Rhode Island." Grandson of Whipple Phillips. HPL Gates 424-427, 446, 452-454, 456-457.
AWD Lamp 248, parents' early death 249, knowledge of Arabic 250, 251, 254-256.
Author, Thaumaturgical Prodigies in the New-English Canaan. AWD Lurker 16, pastor 2nd Church of Arkham 17, 18-23, 25-26, 67-68, 102, 117, 119, 126-127, 141; Whippoorwills 43.
AWD Lurker 111, (112-114), 115, (116-119), 120, (121-123), 124-125, (126-129), 130, (131-141), 142.
Of Angell Street, Providence. Grandfather of Ward Phillips. AWD Lamp 248-249, 254-256.
A boys' school? HPL Test 56.
HPL Case 119.
HK Jest 62.
Of Newburyport. HPL Case 135.
Historical person. HPL Pickman 18.
HK Hunt Iod is Dweller beyond 168.
Aka: River of Flame.
HPL Call 136.
RB Brood Phenicians built galleys 92.
REH Dig suggestive of 84.
HPL Rats priest 29, tongue of Phrygia 43.
On of the Seven Stewards of Heaven invoked in White Magic [RB Hell 60].
Providence. RB Steeple 218.
Of Monk's Hollow. HK Frog 114-117.
Curator of Cabot Museum, ca. 1878. HPL Aeons traveled to Valparaiso and Pacific to search for risen Mu island 266.
JVS Snouted 25-26, 28.
Of Salem. Rumored to possess a 16th century Greek copy of the Necronomicon, which vanished with the disappearance of Richard Upton Pickman (HPL History 53).
HPL Mountains 6.
AWD Six 124.
See also Pickman family.
RB Brood 89, 92.
Aka: Flint People.
HPL Colour 53, 55, (56), 57-58, 60-61, 63-70, 72-82.
RB Mannikin 73.
Wife of Ammi. HPL Colour 57, 67-68.
Sacrificed. HPL Innsmouth 335.
W. Australia. HPL Time 403-406.
Of Somerset. AWD Keeper 145-146.
HPL Picture 119.
Russia. A place. AWD Lurker 136.
Of Boston area? AWD Wood narrator; named 76-78, name misapplied to Jason Wecter 77, 80, 83-85.
HPL Mound Dormant organ of visual perception, stimulated by Crawford Tillinghast's machine 93 & 95.
California. HK Bells 80-81, 86.
Of Arkham; sister of Amos Piper. AWD Space 230-231, (233), 244, 245.
Of Arkham; brother of Abigail Piper. AWD Space 229-235, (236-238), 239-246.
Of Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 117, 119, 121, 138.
REH Dwellers 115, 124.
AWD Lurker 15, 70, 147.
Where Nephren-Ka bindeth up the threads of truth. RB Fane 132.
Compare with: Blind Apes of Truth
Some of the uncanny, unusual, bizarre places. Incl:
Abaddon; Alamout, Mt.; Alaozar; Algol; Antarctica; Atlantis; Atlantis; Bal-Sagoth; Carcosa; Cykranosh; Dread, Lake of; dreamlands; Easter Island; Egypt; Eight Brazen Towers; Hali, Lake of; Hyperborea; Ib; Irem; Isle of the Altar; K'n-yan; K'naa; Kadath; Karneter; Khem; Koth; Kythamil; Lemuria; Leng, Plateau of; Lomar; Mnar; Moon of Yiggurath; Mountains of Madness; Mu; N'kai; N'ken; Nameless City; Nis; Place of the Blind Apes; Plateau of Leng; Plateau of Sung; Pnath, Vale of; Poseidonis; R'lyeh; Sarnath; Seven Suns; Shaggai; Shamballah; Stars, Isle of the; Valusia; Wood of N'gai; Xuthltan; Y'ha-nthlei; Yaddith; Yekub; Yhe; Yian-Ho; Yoth; Yr; Yuggoth; Zothique.
HPL Man 201.
Rhode Island. AWD Lamp 253.
HPL Mound 98.
Scientist. HPL WitchHouse 264.
See celestial objects.
See Leng, Plateau of.
San Diego residence of George Goodenough Akeley. HPL Whisperer 236.
FL Terror2 297.
HPL Silver 417.
FL Terror2 310.
600,000-12,000 years ago. HPL Mountains 18, 29, 64, 73, 75.
DW Fire2 80, 85.
AWD Keeper 148.
10 million to 600,000 years ago. HPL Mountains 52, 69-70.
An author. FBL Hounds 74.
AWD Space 236.
Off coast between Newburyport and Innsmouth. [HPL Innsmouth]
HH Guardian 298.
RB Satan 8.
See: Pnakotic Manuscripts.
A set of esoteric texts of great antiquity. Also known as the Pnakotic fragments.
The Pnakotic Manuscripts are said to be from distant and frozen Lomar [HPL Other 128; HPL Kadath 310]. In ancient Lomar, the Polaris narrator studied the Pnakotic Manuscripts for long hours each day. [HPL Polaris 22]
However, it appears that some portions of the Pnakotic Manuscripts predate Lomar. Thus,
The most ancient portions of the Pnakotic Manuscripts include a curious symbol that was later found carved on Hatheg-Kla after Barzai scaled the peak and was taken by the Other Gods. [Other 131; Kadath 312]
After using the Silver Key to reach the First Gateway, Randolph Carter recognized it partly from hints in the Pnakotic fragments [HPL Gates 430].
The eighth Pnakotic fragment includes a long ritual, concerning things that existed in the north before the land of Lomar, and even before humanity. Information from that ritual lead George Rogers to the lost city where he found Rhan-Tegoth. [HPL Museum 221]
The Pnakotic Manuscripts mention Tsathogguah [HPL Whisperer 254].
The Pnakotic Manuscripts include whispers of Kadath in the Cold Waste [Mountains 71].
Dyer concluded that the crinoid Old Ones were the originals of the fiendish elder myths that were hinted about in the Pnakotic Manuscripts [Mountains 59].
The Pnakotic Manuscripts tell with fright of Sansu, who climbed Hatheg-Kla in the dreamlands and found only wordless ice and rock [Other 131].
George Rogers claimed to have read the prehistoric Pnakotic fragments [Museum 217].
Alonzo Typer read from the text of the Pnakotic Manuscripts in the library of the deserted van der Heyl house, and regretted having come there [HPL Diary 311].
Robert Blake found a copy of the Pnakotic Manuscripts in the deserted church of the Starry Wisom sect in Providence [HPL Haunter 100].
In the dreamlands, Barzai the Wize was familiar with the Pnakotic Manuscripts [Other 128]. According to a zoog, the Pnakotic Manuscripts were borne into the land of dreams when the hairy cannibal Gnophkehs conquered Lomar. The last copy of the Pnakotic Manuscripts lingers in Ulthar, beyond the river Skai [Kadath 310].
Tony Alwyn, a librarian at Miskatonic University, knew something of the weird knowledge hidden in the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Beyond2 164]. A recent case involving Ithaqua was clearly related to the mythology so horribly narrated in the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Beyond2 172].
Laban Shrewsbury spoke to Andrew Phelan of various esoteric texts, including the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Curwen 20]. Shrewsbury had made notes from a borrowed copy . Shrewsbury also told Nayland Colum of the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Keeper 141]
Prof. Upton Gardner asked Laird Dorgan to request a copy or photostat of the Pnakotic Manuscripts from Miskatonic University [AWD Dweller 122]. The papers left on Gardner's desk included pages copied from the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Dweller 126].
The Gable Window narrator found a copy in the house of his late cousin, Wilbur Akeley [AWD Gable 206].
Claiborne Boyd found passages from the Pnakotic Manuscripts among the papers of his late great-uncle Asaph Gilman [AWD Gorge 109].
Winfield Phillips read from a Pnakotic Manuscript (sic) borrowed from Prof. Seneca Lapham, who in turn had probably borrowed or copied it from the Miskatonic University library [AWD Lurker 134].
Laban Shrewsbury told Horvath Blayne that the Cthulhu Mythos sprang from old manuscripts including the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Island 180].
David, a librarian at Miskatonic University, had delved into the Pnakotic Manuscripts [AWD Sandwin 101, 105].
Marius Phillips found a copy that had been hidden by his late uncle, Sylvan Phillips [AWD Seal 160].
Amos Piper consulted a copy while possessed by a member of the Great Race [AWD Space 234].
Alijah Atwood found a copy among Dr. Jean-FrancoisCharriere's books and papers [AWD Survivor 160].
Dan Harrop found a copy in the collection of his late cousin, Abel Harrop [AWD Whippoorwills 43].
In Inganok, ceremonies are observed as set forth in scrolls older than the Pnakotic Manuscripts . [HPL Kadath 312].
The T'yog scroll from ancient Mu had hieroglyphs resembling some symbols found in the Pnakotic Manuscripts . [HPL Aeons 268]
HK Invaders 71.
AWD Lurker 134.
FL Terror2 288, 291.
In which are collated many powerful exorcisms against the white spirits of the pole. The sorceror Evagh perused them with sedulous care [CAS Coming 69].
HPL Dunwich 159.
Of Providence. HPL Mountains 8, 97.
RB Sebek 121.
AWD Brotherhood 330-333, 339, 341, 344-345, 349-350.
REH Children 151.
Providence. AWD Brotherhood 329.
Synonym for: Harrop's Pocket.
Gangster visiting Arkham. RB Creeper 105-109.
REH Black 59, 71.
Incl: White Sybil.
HPL Polaris 20-21, 23-24.
By Trithemius. HPL Dunwich 183.
HPL Gates of Boston 453.
Salem. HK Salem 250, 258-260, 262.
Secretary of Publius Libo. FBL Hills 291.
Star or constellation? AWD Lurker 106.
By Trithemius. HPL Dunwich 183.
HPL Diary 303.
South Pacific. HPL Aeons cults of Polynesians form threat to Cabot Museum officials 265, former continent (Mu) whose peaks survive as Polynesia 268, Ghatanothoa cult teachings merged into lore of Polynesian Areoi 276, swarthy Polynesian cuts glass of T'yog mummy case 279; Time 407.
AWD Island 178, 184; Curwen 12/13; Gable 206; Gorge 99; Keeper 140; Lamp (254); Seal 151, 160, 163-164, 167, 171, 176, 179; Shuttered 270, Polynesian wife of Obed Marsh 276; Space 233, 241, 244, 246; Survivor 161.
HPL Aeons Cabot Museum collection include plaster figures molded from hollows in Pompeiian ashes 266.
Roman province in Vascones, at foot of Pyrenees. FBL Hills 287.
AWD Island 178, 183, 186, 188, P. 194, 195-196, 202-206, 212; Gorge 98, 100, cult like Inns. 101, 108-110; Clay 378; Lurker 121-124; Seal 158, 167, 176-177; Sky 76, 79; Space 235, 242, 246; Shuttered 266, 272; Survivor 162; Valley 137; Who monograph on Ponapae; Wood 73, 75.
India? AWD Survivor 153.
Incl: Charriere, Dr. Jean-Francois.
Bolton. HPL Herbert 144.
Of London. Private detective with an uncanny resemblance to Sherlock Holmes. Author, Inquiry into the Nan-Matal Ruins of Ponapae, An and Examination of the Cthulhu Cult and Others, An. AWD Six throughout, Mythos books are fake 126; Who author of Cthulhu-related monographs.
London. CJ Acquarium 309.
The whittler. HPL Man 203, 205.
Of Mayas. AWD Island 181.
AWD Survivor 160.
New England city (Maine?) enroute Maine to Arkham. HPL Doorstep 288, 290.
London. Home of Stephen Jones. HPL Museum 227.
HPL Case 122.
New England city enroute Portland to Arkham. HPL Doorstep 291.
RB Satan 5, 6, 19.
HPL Mound 137.
RB Terror Portuguese 224.
AWD Gorge 115.
HK Spawn2 67.
HPL Mist 282.
RB Kiss 50.
Providence. HPL Case 165.
HPL Case 127.
Arkham area. AWD Witches 294-299, 301-305, 307.
Arkham area. AWD Witches 295, 297-300, 306-307.
Arkham area. AWD Witches 300, 305, 307.
A cemetary in Arkham. HPL Herbert 135-136, 138.
A cemetary in Bolton. HPL Herbert 144, 146, 151.
HPL Colour 62.
Charles Dexter Ward's great-great-grandfather. HPL Case 116.
Providence. HPL Case hill 125, Power's Lane 148.
Providence. HPL Case 115.
RB Mummy 285.
Address by Doctor Dexter. RB Steeple 220.
Czechoslovakia. HPL Case 164, 194-195, 197, 199, 203, 223.
AWD Six 125.
4.5 billion to 600 million years ago. HPL Mountains 5, 12, 14, 25.
Of New England; fiancee of Adam Duncan. AWD Attic 311, 313-315, 318, called from Boston on the way home 321, 324-327.
Providence. HPL Case 135.
Transvaal, South Africa. HPL Winged 244.
Incl. Slauenwite, Dr. Paul.
AWD Survivor 162.
Aka: Alligator Man.
HC Death 368.
Synonym for: Hastur.
AWD Island 179.
Boston. HPL Pickman 16.
A ship. AWD Keeper 144, 147, 151.
RB Steeple 220.
Subject of a story by Edgar Gordon. RB Demon 65.
Arkham. RB Creeper 107.
Incl: Chambers house.
Of Salem. HK Salem 250, 252, 254, 257, 259-261, (262-265), 266.
Flemish alchemist and sorceror who was burned at the stake by the Inquisition at the height of the witch trials. This would probably place his death in the 1600's. However, Prinn claimed to be the sole survivor of the Ninth Crusade (1271), which would have made him something like four centuries old. Though his claim of such extreme age was disbelieved by contemporaries, the old chronicles of the Ninth Crusade listed a Ludvig Prinn who was a gentleman retainer of Montserrat. [RB Shambler 180]
Prinn claimed to have acquired his sorcerous arts during travels in Saracenic lands. This included years spent captive among the wizards and wonder-workers of Syria, where he encountered djinns and efreets . Prinn also consorted with the mediaeval seers and prophets of Saracen times in Egypt, where he journeyed in the deserts and looted tombs in the hidden valleys of the Nile. The Libyan dervishes preserve legends of his deeds in Alexandria. [RB Faceless 41; Fane 135-136, 141, 143; Sebek 123-124]
Prinn may have had a doctorate, on the basis of a reference to him as Dr. Ludvig Prinn [AWD Whippoorwills 43].
In his later years, Prinn returned to the Flemish lowland country of his birth. He lived in the ruins of a pre-Roman tomb in the forest near Brussels. He was said to be accompanied by familiars and other conjured beings, who were spoken of fearfully as "invisible companions" and "star-sent servants." Local peasants shunned the forest by night because of strange noises that resounded to the moon, and feared that sacrifices were being performed at ancient pagan altars in the darker glens.
However, when the soldiers of the Inquisition came for Prinn, they found the tomb empty of familiars and bare of any sorcerous instruments or apparatus, though some of the nearby pagan altars had fresh bloodstains. Prinn was subjected to particularly atrocious tortures, but gave no information to his questioners, who eventually tired of the process and cast him into a dungeon.
It was while he was in prison, awaiting trial, that Prinn wrote the work for which he is remembered, De Vermis Mysteriis . It is not known how the pages were smuggled out of jail, but the volume was first published a year after his death. [RB Shambler 180-181]
See: De Vermis Mysteriis.
Mailman; Vermont? RB Notebook 234, 236, 238-239, 242-245, 249.
HPL Gates 431-432.
RB Faceless return of Nyarlathotep 41.
Providence. HPL Case 109, 165, 181, 203, 220.
Providence. HPL Case 113.
An ancient author. RB Kiss 47.
Rhode Island. HPL Beyond Crawford Tillinghast lived in Benevolent Street 91, narrator was once held up in East Providence 93; Call 2 refs 126, 2 refs 128, 142; Case 107, 112-117, 122-123, 125, 131, 133, 139, 141, 147, 152-153, 159, 165, 181, 192, 195, 229; Gates 424-425; Haunter 93-throughout.
FL Terror2 269, 293.
DWR Music 293-294, 297.
Allan, Mr.; Asa, Old; Atwood, Alijah; Blake, Robert; Bowen, Asenath; Bowen, Prof. Enoch.; Bowen, Dr. Jabez.; Bowen, Prof. Enoch; Brown, John; Brown, Joseph; Brown, Moses; Brown, Nicholas; Carter, John; Carter, Randolph; Charriere, Dr. Jean-Francois; Checkley, Dr.; Clark and Nightingale; Cobbett, Hepzibah; College Street; Cotton, Dr.; Crawfords; Crooker decorating firm; Cunningham, Inspector; Curwen, Eliza; Curwen, Joseph; Dexter, Dr. Ambrose; Dexter, Elisha, Mr. & Mrs.; Dexter, Gregory; Dexter, Knight; Dexter, Rose; Doyle, Mayor; Drowne, Dr.; Dwight, Walter C.; Eddy, Orin B.; Federal Hill Boys; Feeny, Francis X.; Field, Naphthali; Gamwell; Gamwell, Mrs.; Gomes, Tony; Graves, Rev. John; Green, Daniel; Green, James; Gregory; Hannah; Hart, Robert; Hopkins, Capt. Esek; Hopkins, Stephen; Hoppin, Aaron; Hurley, William; Jackson, Steven; Jenckes, Daniel; Jonas, Tom; Lanigan; Lillibridge, Edwin M.; Lillibridge, Edwin M.; Lovecraft, Howard Phillips; Lyman, Dr.; Manning, Rev. James; Matthewson, Capt. James; Merluzzo, Father; Merritt, John; Monahan, William J.; Nig; Nightingale, Mr.; Nightingale-Talbot letters; O'Malley, Father; Olney, Epenetus; Orne, Simon; Peck, Dr.; Perrigo, Mr.; Peters, Melville F.; Phillips, Arthur; Phillips, Ward; Phillips, Whipple; Poe, Edgar Allan; Potter, Ann Tillinghast; Potter, Welcome?; Purvis, Ogden; Regan, Patrick; Riley, Sergt.; Russell family; Sabin, Thomas; Sayles, Mr.; Sheeley, Bert; Smith, Eleazar; Snow, Deacon; Tillinghast, Crawford; Tillinghast, Capt. Dutee; Tillinghast, Capt. James; Updike, Mrs.; Waite, Dr.; Ward, Charles Dexter; Ward, Mrs.; Ward, Theodore Howland; Weeden, Ezra; Weeden, Hazard; West, Benjamin; Whipple, Capt. Abraham; Whitefield adherents; Whitman, Sarah Helen; Willet, Dr. Marinus Bicknell; Winsor, Samuel
Abbot's distil-house; Amasa Field; Angell Street; Athenaeum; Baker & Greenbaugh; Baptist Church; Barnes Street; Barnes Street; Bay and Book; Benefit Street; Benevolent Street; Biltmore hotel; Broad Street; Brown University; Cathedral of St. John; Central Station; Charriere house; Cheapside; Christian Science Church and Dome; City Hall; College Hill; College Street; Colony House; Conanicut Island; Congdon Street; Congregational Church; Court-House Parade; Cranston line; Crown Coffee House; Deacon Snow's Church; Doubloon Street; Douglass' Histrionick Academy; Dr. Cotton's hill church; Durfee-Arnold Letters; Elephant; Elmwood Avenue; Empire Street; Federal Hill; First Baptist Church; Free Will Church; Free-Will Church; Frying-Pan and Fish; George Street; Golden Ball Inn; Great Bridge; Hacher's Hall; Herrenden's Lane; Historical Society; Industrial Trust beacon; Jenckes Street; John Carter Brown Library; John Hay library; Journal; Judge Durfee House; King's Chapell; Langer Brothers Circus; Long Dock; Market House; Market Parade; Meeting Street; Memorial Hall; Mile-End Cove; Moses Brown School; Muddy Dock Bridge; Narragansett; Nentaconhaunt; New Coffee-House; North Burial Ground; North End; North Providence; Olney Court; Physician's Service Bureau; Plainfield Pike?; Poe Street; Post Office Square; Power Street; Power's Lane; Presbyterian-Lane; Prospect Street; Prospect Terrace; Providence Art Club; Providence Bulletin; Providence Evening Bulletin; Providence Gazette and Country-Journal; Providence Journal; Providence River; Providence Telegram; Psi Delta House; Public Library; Red Bridge; Resevoir Avenue; Rochambeau Avenue; Sabin's Tavern; Second Station; Seekonk river?; Shepley Library; Sign of Shakespear's Head; Sign of the Elephant; Sign of the Goat; Sign of the Golden Eagle; Sign of the Golden Lion; Sign of the Unicorn and Mortar; South Main; South Water Street; Spirito Santo Church; St. John's Church; Stamper's Hill; Starry Wisdom Sect; State House; Swan Point Cemetary; Tau Omega fraternity house; Thurston's tavern; Town Street; Turk's Head; Waite's hospital; Washington Bridge; Waterman Street; Weybosset Point; Weybosset Street; Williams Street
HPL Call 128.
Wrote a privately-published manuscript on Innsmouth horror. AWD Hastur 6.
Note: This might be an reference to HPL, rather than just an HPL-like character, if Innsmouth was ever privately published; I think it might have been. Reader's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos cites a Vanguard Press edition in 1936.
RB Steeple 217-218.
Probable full title of Evening Bulletin. Or else full title may be Providence Bulletin.
HPL Case 114, 126, 128, 135, 147.
See also: Journal (1).
Providence. HPL Case 112.
HPL Haunter 103.
RB Steeple 213.
Incl: Lillibridge, Edwin M..
Rhode Island. AWD Brotherhood 344.
HPL Electric 70.
College Hill, Providence. HPL Haunter 113.
Membrane. HPL Aeons the inner skin of the extinct yakith lizard; T'yog scroll written on pthagon membrane 274.
Of the frog-fish (Deep Ones). HPL Innsmouth 367.
Hollywood, California. Publishers of The Tunneler Below by Georg Reuter Fischer. [FL Terror2 267.]
Period of Egyptian history.RB Sorceror 161.
Providence. HPL Case 112.
RB Satan 5, 6, 12.
From vales neighboring Leng. HPL Kadath 371.
Private investigator, Providence. RB Steeple 220-222.
Egypt. HPL Pyramids 217, 219, 221-225, third pyramid that of Queen Nitokris 226, Great Pyramid 227, Second Pyramid 231 & 235.
Where Chaugnar Faugn once dwelt. FBL Hills 254, 280-281.
Damon and Pythias friendship.HPL Man 201.
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