Typed Letter Signed with Autograph note, two pages on one sheet of "Faber and Faber" stationery, 4to, London, May 1, 1950. Eliot writes to Elizabeth Barber of the League of Dramatists offering changes to a "first draft" of a theatrical production contract. Eliot offer "two small suggestions" one of which is, "should it not be 'all contracts relating to theatrical productions of my plays' or something similar...." His second suggestion has to do with the phrasing about payment, "to avoid any subsequent dispute of anybody as to the interoperation of the adverb, 'properly.'...." He signs, "T. S. Eliot, " and adds a hand written post script thanking his correspondent and noting, "I have never had any experience of this sort of thing." Condition: In the upper left corner a small hole from is visible likely from attachment.