John Whittier-Ferguson and Frances Dickey coauthored Joint Property, Divided Correspondents: The T. S. Eliot-Emily Hale Letters in the Print Plus platform of Modernism/modernity. The piece is on the recently opened archive of correspondence between T. S. Eliot and Emily Hale. 

"Almost as soon as they began corresponding in 1930, T. S. Eliot told Emily Hale that he treasured her letters—not just the words, but the paper itself: “I cannot bear to be separated from your letters at present, not so much for need to refer to the contents ..."