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    A T. S. Eliot Family Collection.

    Material passed down to Eliot's great-niece, Priscilla Talcott Spahn (née Priscilla Stearns Talcott), the last living relative to have a personal relationship with the author.

    [Thomas Stearns Eliot]. Collection of Family Photographs of T. S. Eliot. [Various places (mainly in the United States): circa 1890-1965]. Original photographs, including ten early-childhood cabinet cards, and over a dozen portraiture photographs, including three contemporary prints of an Elliott & Fry portrait, with the original folder, a press print from Eliot's funeral, and numerous later reproductions with several duplicates from throughout his life. Various sizes, from approximately 3 x 5 inches up to approximately 12.5 x 8 inches. All in black and white. Also included are about twenty small negatives. Mainly loose, some are mounted. Several duplicates. Despite some toning and edgewear, the photos are in generally very good condition. A fascinating collection of photographs that show an unusual side of Eliot's life. From a T. S. Eliot Family Collection.

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    September, 2017
    14th Thursday
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