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Moore passes away February 5 in New York City at the age of 84
Moore moves to Manhattan
Moore's Predelictions, selected essays and reviews, is published; elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters
Moore is Elected to national Institute of Arts and Letters; mother dies. During the period she begins wearing the tricorner hat and cape as her personal trademark (her mother had fashioned the first cape in 1905, and she had worn a cape in college)
Moore's first poem to be translated, "A Grave," appears in Anthologie de la nouvelle poésie
Moore's Observations gets published by Dial Press and awards her $2000 in recognition of "Unusual Literary Value"
Moore takes part-time job in Hudson Park Branch of New York Public Library
Moore moves with mother to New York City; works as a secretary and private tutor in a girls’ school
Moore's First poems appear in the Egoist (London), Poetry (Chicago), and Others (New York)
Eliot is a student at Smith Academy in St. Louis