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    [T. S. Eliot]. Portrait Photograph of T. S. Eliot with his Second Wife, Valerie. [London: circa 1957]. Original photograph, inscribed.

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    T. S. Eliot. Photograph portrait of Eliot and his second wife, Valerie. [London: ca. 1957]. Inscribed by Eliot to his sister on the mount: "for Marian/from Tom/+Valerie." There is a pencil signature on the mount to the left of the Eliot inscription, most likely from the photographer. Photo is approximately 8.5 x 6.5 inches on a mount, which is approximately 10.5 x 8 inches. Matted, framed and glazed. Some mild toning to mount, light wear to frame, else fine.



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    September, 2017
    14th Thursday
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