Papers of Thomas Stearns Eliot [manuscript] 1918-51.


Papers of Thomas Stearns Eliot [manuscript] 1918-51.

Correspondence, 1918-51, concerns advice to other writers about publication, illustrations for his own work, his winning of the Nobel Prize, and the illness of Kenneth Patchen--Poems, Eyes that last I saw in tears, Morning at the window, The wind sprang up at four o'clock and beginning, "Purrhaps you might ..." [4 items. holograph & typescript signed]--Photograph, 1949 Jan. 1, inscribed to Ruth Harding [1 item. black & white. 21.4 x 16.9 cm.]. Correspondents include: Graham Ackroyd, Robin Anderson, Harry Crosby, Edmund Dulac, Charlotte Chauncy Stearns Eliot, Douglas Goldring, Ruth Harding, M.J. Tambimuttu, John Hall Wheelock and Louis Zukofsy.

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