T. S. Eliot Working at Faber

Photographs from a 1944 committee meeting
T. S. Eliot at a Faber Committee meeting (far left)
To this day, relatively little is known about T. S. Eliot's day job at Faber & Faber, but archivist Robert Brown over at The Thought Fox has a few leads: 'The piles of manuscripts are a clue to what is happening in the photograph below. It shows the board room of the literary publishing house of Faber and Faber in 1944. Sir Geoffrey Faber, the chairman and founder of the firm is in the centre and on the extreme left is T. S. Eliot.' [Read More]