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FILE — Multiple Containers Identifier: MS Am 3065, 1002

T. S. Eliot: Reading His Own Poems, 1933 Digital

Scope and Contents

Publisher: The Harvard Vocarium Records

Scope and Contents

Primary Author: Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965.

Scope and Contents

Detailed Contents, Side A: The Hollow Men

Scope and Contents

Detailed Contents, Side B: Gerontion

Scope and Contents

Facsimile information: See sleeve facsimile no. 131 in same box.


  • Creation: 1933

Language of Materials

English unless otherwise indicated; other languages include Afrikaans, Catalan, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, Gaelic, German, Greek, Haitian Creole, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Sanskrit, Spanish, and Yiddish.

Physical Description

(24 copies in 24 folders)

Conditions Governing Access

Due to the fragility of the media, access to the original discs and sleeves requires the permission of the curator.


1 sound disc (vinyl) ; 12"


Matrix no: SS 5052, SS 5053


Publication no: P-990, P-991


Repository Details

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Houghton Library’s Reading Room is free and open to all who wish to use the library’s collections.

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