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Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, July 4, 1944

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, July 4, 1944

Archibald MacLeish explains to T. S. Eliot the formal duties of the Consultant in Poetry.

Memorandum from Archibald MacLeish to Allen Tate, June 24, 1944

Memorandum from Archibald MacLeish to Allen Tate, June 24, 1944

Archibald MacLeish asks Allen Tate how he should respond to T. S. Eliot's letter of May 29, 1944.

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T. S. Eliot, October 7, 1944

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T. S. Eliot, October 7, 1944

Archibald MacLeish expresses disappointment that T.S. Eliot has declined his invitation to take the position of Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress.

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, May 9, 1944

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, May 9, 1944

Archibald MacLeish offers T.S. Eliot the position of Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress.

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, May 9, 1944

Letter from Archibald MacLeish to T.S. Eliot, May 9, 1944

Archibald MacLeish offers T.S. Eliot the position of Consultant in Poetry at the Library of Congress.