H.P. Lovecraft's home is on Barnes Street in Providence, RI. It was here the noted horror writer lived upon his return from New York, and a failed marriage. He wed Sonia Greene, a New York hat shop owner, in March of 1924, and the couple moved into her apartment on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. Shortly after their move, which was designed to give him some breathing space from the confines of Providence, her financial situation deteriorated. Lovecraft attempted to earn a living in order to take care of her, but was ill-suited to the demands of the work world and not very successful in his endeavors. Sonia subsequently found work out of town, in Cleveland and Cincinnati, and the marriage eventually fell apart. Lovecraft moved back to his home town on Providence, and this Victorian house, in April of 1926. It was here he began his most prolific turn as an author, producing some of his best known works of horror fiction, including "The Call of Cthulhu" in 1926, "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward" in 1927, in which this home is featured as the address of Dr. Marinus Bicknell Willett, "The Dunwich Horror" in 1928, "The Whisperer in Darkness" in 1930, "At the Mountains of Madness" in 1931, and "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" in 1931. Lovecraft would remain here on Barnes Street until May, 1933.