Vol. I, no. 1, containing "The Waste Land".
London, October 1922 — 'The Waste Land'.
London: Hogarth Press, 1923 — 'Poems 1909–1925'.
London, 1925. Dust-jacket — 'Poems'.
New York, 1927. Dust-jacket — 'Collected Poems 1909–1935'.
London, 1936. Dust-jacket — 'Four Quartets'.
London, 1944). Dust-jacket — 'American Literature and the American Language'.
St. Louis, 1953 — 'The Three Voices of Poetry'.
London, 1953 — 'The Cultivation of Christmas Trees'.
London, 1954. Illustrated by David Jones. Inscribed,
"for Anne Ridler, an F. & F.-potboiler — the doctrine is better than the verse. T. S. Eliot, 1954" — 'The Elder Statesman'.
London, 1959. Dust-jacket. Signed by Eliot
on the title and inscribed in another hand on the front free endpaper.
Also with: A printed menu card for the Faber & Faber dinner celebrating Eliot's 75th birthday (1964). Signed by the attendees, including Eliot and Valerie Eliot — a portrait photograph of T. S. Eliot. (1930's?) — 2 phonograph recordings: original cast recording of 'The Cocktail Party' (1950) with Alec Guinness; 'Four Quartets Read by the Author' (nd).