ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (1888-1965). Typed letter signed ("T.S. Eliot") to VINCENT STARRETT, London, 10 April 1956. 1 page, 4to, on Faber and Faber stationery. A charming letter accepting Starrett's offer of honorary membership in the Baskerville Hounds. Eliot cheerfully notes: "I should let you know that I am already an honorary Musgrave Ritualist and an honorary Trained Cormorant, so I hope that amongst the various septs or divisions of the Baker Street Irregulars there is no regulation preventing pluralism." FINE. [With]: A carbon copy of Starrett's invitation letter to Eliot, Easter Sunday, 1956. -- Conferment by Needle. St. Louis: Ronart Press, 1980. In which the two present letters are published with an introduction by Michael MURPHY. LIMITED EDITION, number 213 of 221 copies for purchase. (3)

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ELIOT, Thomas Stearns (1888-1965). Typed letter signed ("T.S. Eliot") to VINCENT STARRETT, London, 10 April 1956. 1 page, 4to, on Faber and Faber stationery. A charming letter accepting Starrett's offer of honorary membership in the Baskerville Hounds. Eliot cheerfully notes: "I should let you know that I am already an honorary Musgrave Ritualist and an honorary Trained Cormorant, so I hope that amongst the various septs or divisions of the Baker Street Irregulars there is no regulation preventing pluralism." FINE. [With]: A carbon copy of Starrett's invitation letter to Eliot, Easter Sunday, 1956. -- Conferment by Needle. St. Louis: Ronart Press, 1980. In which the two present letters are published with an introduction by Michael MURPHY. LIMITED EDITION, number 213 of 221 copies for purchase. (3)
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