Tennessee Williams (1911-1983)
1882(1942)-1983


Finding Aid prepared by G. Smith and G. Cannan
2/4/2000


Date Range: 1882(1942)-1983
Size of Collection: 27 linear feet (51 boxes plus oversize)
Date of Acquisition: Gift of the friends of the Columbia University Libraries, 1970-1990; Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wilbur; Gift of the estate of Jay Leo Colt, 1991; the Tennessee Williams estate purchase, 1994; Dakin Williams/Sotheby purchase.
Material on Microfilm: Various mansucripts have been microfilmed.
     See list of microfilmed mansucripts.
Terms of Access:Available for faculty, students, and researchers engaged in scholarly or publication projects.
Restrictions on Use or Access: Permission to make any type of reproduction--photocopies, photographs, scans, digital--of Williams' manuscripts must be obtained in writing from his estate.

     Permission to publish from the Williams Collection must be obtained in writing from his estate (Michael D Remer, Attorney).

     The microfilms of his mansucripts do not circulate via Inter-Library Loan.

    Patron's must use the microfilm of those items which have been filmed.

     Permission to publish materials must also be obtained in writing from the Librarian for Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Location in Stacks: Vault.
Processing Information: HR-1/77; 1/79; 8/82; 5/92; 11/95; 2/96.
     BRC-10/83.
     HW-1/87.
     JL-W-7/87.
     PL-3/88; 9/88; 1/89.
     MJT-1/90; 3/90.
RLIN ID: NYCR90-A188

BIOGRAPHY

       Tennessee Williams was born Thomas Lanier Williams in Columbus, Mississippi on March 26 1911 the son of Cornelius C. Williams a shoe salesman and Edwina Dakin the daughter of an Episcopalian minister. Williams received a BA from the University of Iowa in 1938 and supported by odd jobs set out immediately to become a writer. He first gained fame with The Glass Menagerie in 1945. The play drew on his family experience as would much of his subsequent writings--an absent father an eccentric Southern belle mother a shy troubled sister all seen through the eyes of the sensitive artist brother.

       The Glass Menagerie was followed by a succession of hits which securely established Williams' reputation as a major American playwright: A Streetcar Named Desire; Summer and Smoke; The Rose Tattoo; Camino Real; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Suddenly Last Summer; Sweet Bird of Youth; and Night of the Iguana. He received the New York Drama Critics Circle Award four times--for The Glass Menagerie in 1945 A Streetcar Named Desire in 1948 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in 1955 and Night of the Iguana in 1962. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1948 for A Streetcar Named Desire and in 1955 for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

     Williams' subsequent works failed to achieve the critical and popular success of his earlier writings. In 1963, his longtime companion Frank Merlo died of lung cancer and Williams spun into a depression that lingered through the rest of the 1960s a period he called his stoned age. Williams had met Merlo in 1948 after A Streetcar Named Desire had opened to accolades. At the time he was financially secure his career in the capable hands of his manager Audrey Woods. Merlo added order to Williams' restless and disorganized personal life. The two set up house in Key West in 1950 and the Duncan Street residence became home base though Williams never stayed in one place for long. In the early 1960s Williams's relationship with Merlo became strained but after Merlo was diagnosed with cancer Williams nursed him and was devastated by his loss. Despite his long malaise Williams continued to write almost every day producing different versions of The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore Slapstick Tragedy The Kingdom of Earth The Two Character Play and In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel all of which failed to capture the critics or the public. In 1969 Williams who had long been using alcohol and drugs to excess collapsed and his brother Dakin had him institutionalized. After his release Williams' ambition to repeat his earlier successes returned. He wrote and revised among other works The Two Character Play Small Craft Warnings Eccentricities of a Nightingale from Summer and Smoke The Red Devil Battery Sign Vieux Carre Creve Coeur Tiger Tail from Baby Doll Clothes for a Summer Hotel A House Not Meant To Stand and Something Cloudy Something Clear.

       Though Williams' plays in the last 20 years of his life failed to find an audience he was still considered one of the finest American playwrights based on his previous reputation. His earlier plays were constantly revived and played all over the world. He received honorary doctorates from several universities the Gold medal for drama from the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1961 the Kennedy Honors Award from the Kennedy Center in 1979 and the Medal of Freedom from President Carter in 1980. Also in 1980 the Florida Keys Community College opened the Tennessee Williams Performing Arts Center. Tennessee Williams died at the Hotel Elysee in New York on February 24 1983.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

       Beginning in the 1970s, the Rare Book and Manuscript Library collected Tennessee Williams materials through purchase. By 1990, the library had acquired a substantial collection of scripts, production material, photographs and correspondence. The largest part of the present collection was purchased from the Tennessee Williams estate in 1994 and consists primarily of material found in the Key West house. Shortly thereafter, a small collection of family letters dating from Williams' early life was purchased from his brother Dakin through Sotheby's.

     Most of the material is dated from 1942 to 1982 though there are mementos, such as photographs of Williams' family, which date earlier. The manuscripts by Williams are primarily from the 1960s to 1982. There are six series: Correspondence; Works; Personal; Works by Other Authors; Photographs; and Audiotapes. The archive contains notes, diaries, drafts, re-writes, scripts, typescripts, programs, flyers, ads, clippings, art work, tapes, notebooks, awards, photographs and realia. Since the material was received in no discernable order, an arrangement has been imposed to facilitate access. It is organized either alphabetically or chronologically as described in the series notes. The provenance of the purchase is noted in brackets following the material to which it belongs. If there is no acquisition number, the material is from the Key West estate purchase. The Dakin Williams purchase is identified by its own subseries.


I. Correspondence, 1907-1983 4 linear ft.


Note: The Correspondence series is divided into: Cataloged Correspondence; Dakin Williams Collection; Letters from Agents and Publishers; and General Correspondence. The first two subseries are listed item by item. The series consists of letters from friends, family, and colleagues that often deal with Williams' writings and productions.

   --Cataloged Correspondence, 1920-1982


Note: The letters are from friends, relatives, actors, directors, writers, and colleagues. They are arranged alphabetically by sender.

1  Ahrens, Gerhard
     To Tennessee Williams
       Totstedt, Germany, 1963
       1p. t.l.s.

1  Anderson, Phillia and Bob
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 3 Feb. 1951
       1 p. telegram

1  Assante, Armand
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, 21 August 1972
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With portrait photograph and envelope

1  Atkinson, Brooks
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, [2 March 1958] - 9 June 1960
       3 p. 1 a.l.s., 2 t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Bloom, Claire
     To Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], 17 March 1973 & 28 January 1982
       5 p. a.l.s. & t.n.

     Note: With envelope

1  Bowles, Jane
     To Tennessee Williams
       [Fez, Morocco], [18 March 1949]
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Bowles, Paul
     To Tennessee Williams
       [v.p.], 11 March 1949 - 27 Dec. 1957
       8 p. 5 t.l.s.

1  Bowles, Paul
     To Tennessee Williams
       [v.p.], 11 May 1958 - 18 Oct. 1971
       5 pages
       5 t.l.s.

     Note: With 1 envelope, one photocopy

1  Bowles, Paul
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 30 Mar. 1974 - n.d.
       5 pages
       5 t.l.s.

     Note: With 1 envelope

1  Bowles, Paul
     To Tennessee Williams
       Morocco, 3 Feb 1962
       1 p.c.s.

1  Bowles, Paul
     To Peter Garland
       Tangier, Morocco, 3 March 1981
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: Photocopy

1  Boyle, Kay
     To Tennessee Williams
       Rowayton, CT., 9 June 1958
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  [Brando, Marlon]
     To Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       2 p. t.l.

     Note: Transcript of typed letter

1  Brownlow, Isabel
     To Family
       Knoxville, TN, 8 June 1937
       3 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope; Isabel was Williams's aunt

1  Clemens, Cyril
     To Tennessee Williams
       Kirkwood, MO., 20 March 1974
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Crawford, Cheryl
     To William Liebling
       [New York], [ca. Feb. 1952]
       4 p. a.n.s.

     Note: Written on letter from Paul Bigelow to her of [Feb.] 8; With covering t.n.s. from Liebling to Bigelow, 2/12/52; With envelope

1  Diamond, David
     To Cheryl Crawford
       New York, 15 Jan. 1951
       1 p. telegram

1  Diamond, David
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 16 Jan. 1951
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Engle, Paul
     To Tennessee Williams
       Iowa City, 24 Jan. 1957
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Feldman, Charles and Jerry Wald
     To The Reverend Walter Edwin Dakin
       Beverly Hills, CA, 13 Sept. 1949
       1 p. telegram

     Note: Invitation to a party for Tennessee

1  Fischer, Louis
     To Tennessee Williams
       Athens, Greece, n.d.
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Gibson, William
     To Tennessee Williams
       Stockbridge, MA & n.p., 18 Dec. 1974 & 15 Sept. 19[??]
       16 p. 1 a.l.s. & 1 t.l.s.

     Note: With copy of 14 page memo

1  Ginsberg, Allen
     To Tennessee Williams
       Boulder, CO, 18 May 1982
       1 p. 1 t.l.s.

1  Gish, Lillian
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY & [n.p.], Sept. 1962 & 9 Feb. 1963
       2 p. 1 a.l.s. & 1 t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Hellman, Lillian
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, 7 May 1982
       1 p. 1 t.l.s.

1  Herlihy, James Leo
     To Tennessee Williams
       Key West, FL & n.p., 16 May - 14 June 1960.
       2 p. 1 t.l.s. & 1 a.l.s.

1  Hoffman, Abbie
     To Tennessee Williams
       [New York, NY], 12 Sept. [1973]
       1 p. 1 a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Kazan, Elia
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., n.d. - 6 Oct. 1958
       21 p. 5 t.l.s.

     Note: With 3 envelopes

1  Kazan, Elia
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 5 Jan. 1959 - 25 April 1962
       7 p. 3 t.l.s. & 2 t.l.

1  Kazan, Elia
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 19 Oct. 1971 - 7 Aug. 1981
       8 p. 3 t.l.s.
       2 t.l.

     Note: Includes two letters in re: Kazan

1  Kazan, Elia
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., n.d. - 14 Sept. 1982
       6 p. 3 t.l.s. & 3 t.l.

     Note: Includes t.l.s. in re: Kazan and 1 envelope

1  Kazan, Elia
     To Tennessee Williams
       n.p., 22 Jan. 1959
       1p. t.l.s.

     Note: Signed 'Gadg'

1  Kerr, Walter
     To Tennessee Williams
       Larchmont, NY, (ca. 1959)
       3 p. t.l.s.

1  Kennedy (Onassis), Jacquline Bouvier Kennedy
     To Tennessee Williams
       Washington D.C., 22 May 1962
       1 p. a.n.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Ladd, Dianne
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York & Chicago, 1961 & n.d.
       9 p. 1 t.l.s. & 1 a.l.s.

     Note: Both with envelopes

1  Laszlo, Eva
     To Tennessee Williams
       Budapest, 12 Dec. 1962
       4 pp. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Laszlo, Eva
     To Tennessee Williams
       Budapest, 18 May 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Laughlin, James
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 4 Jan. 1951
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Laughlin, James
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 16 Jan. 1951
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Laughlin, James
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 1963 - 1976
       6 p. 5 t.l.s.

1  Leigh, Vivien
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, [May 9, 1966]
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Lemmon, Jack
     To Elliot Martin
       [n.p.], 3 October 1979
       2 p t.l.s.

     Note: Includes forwarding letter from Elliot Martin to TW

1  Lowry, Robert
     To Tennessee Williams
       Kings Park, NY, 13 Jan. 1957
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Magnani, Anna
     To Tennessee Williams
       Rome, Italy, 1958 - 1961
       6 p. 4 t.l.s. 3 telegrams

1  Magnani, Anna
     To Tennessee Williams
       Rome, Italy, 7 Nov. 1958
       2p. t.l.s.

     Note: Text in Italian

1  Magnani, Anna
     To Tennessee Williams
       Rome, Italy, 26 Jan. 1959
       2 p. telegram

1  Magnani, Anna
     To Martin Jurow
       [n.p.], 31 Jan. 1959
       7 p. t.l.

     Note: typed copy of letter

1  Malanga, Gerard
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, 25 March 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  McCullers, Carson
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 1943 - 1960
       20 p. 10 a.l.s., 1 t.l.s., 1 telegram

     Note: With envelopes

1  Merlo, Frank
     To Tennessee Williams
       [Key West], [195?]
       2 p. a.l.s.

1  Merrick, David
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 3 May 1963 - 12 Sept. 1974
       3 p. 2 t.l.s.

1  Miller, Arthur
     To Tennessee Williams
       Roxbury, CT, 9 Dec. 1980
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Mrabet, Mohammed
     To Tennessee Williams
       Tangier, Morocco, 30 March 1974
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Nin, Anais
     To Tennessee Williams
       n.p. & New York, n.d. & 14 Dec. 1965
       3 p. 2 t.l.s.

     Note: One letter from publisher in re: Diary of Anais Nin

1  Patchen, Kenneth
     To Tennessee Williams
       Palo Alto, CA, 5 Feb. 1960
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Pinter, Harold
     To Tennessee Williams
       London, England, 25 Oct. 19[??]
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Porter, Katherine Anne
     To Tennessee Williams
       Southbury, CT, 25 Jan. 1958
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Purdy, James
     To Tennessee Williams
       Brooklyn, NY, 12 Sept. 1960
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Rader, Dotson
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 1971 - 1982
       16 p. 12 t.l.s. 1 a.n.s. 2 telegrams

     Note: letter dated Sept. 12, 1973 removed from Williams Book collection

1  Redgrave, Vanessa
     To Tennessee Williams
       London, England, 10 May 19[??]
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Rorem, Ned
     To Tennessee Williams
       Buffalo, NY, n.d.
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  St. Just, Lady Maria
     To Tennessee Williams
       v.p., 1975 - 1981
       7 p. 3 a.l.s. 4 telegrams

     Note: With two picture cards With comments on verso by St. Just and related correspondence

1  St. Just, Lady Maria
     To Audrey Wood
       London, 12 Aug. 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With a postscript paragraph in the hand of Lady Maria St. Just

1  Shatner, William
     To Tennessee Williams
       [Los Angeles, CA], 12 July 1981
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Simon, Neil
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY, 15 March 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Sitwell, Edith
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, NY & London, 10 Oct. 1950 & 31 March 1953
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Stark, Ray
     To Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], 7 Oct. 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Stark, Ray
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 23 Oct. 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Tynan, Kenneth
     To Tennessee Williams
       London, 15 July 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Vaccaro, Marion
     To Tennessee Williams
       Miami, 24 May [1963]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With related letter and envelope

1  Vaccaro, Marion
     To Tennessee Williams
       [Miami], 2 Oct. [1963]
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Van Doren, Mark
     To Tennessee Williams
       Falls Village, CT, 22 April 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Wescott, Glenway
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 16 Nov. [1950?]
       1 p. a.n.s.

1  Williams, Jonathan
     To Tennessee Williams
       Corn Close, England, 28 Oct. 1981
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Rose
     To Daddy
       Vicksburg, MS, 2 Feb. 1926
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Rose
     To Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], 28 Dec. 1949
       3 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To [?]
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: last part of an incomplete letter

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Hubert Creekmore
       London, [n.d.]
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Hubert Creekmore
       London, [n.d.]
       1 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Edwin Dakin
       Rome, Italy, [n.d.]
       1 p. a.n.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 p. a.n.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       Key West, [n.d.]
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       Rome, Italy, [n.d.]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Pat and Dotson [Rader]
       n.p., n.d.
       2 p. 2 t.l.

     Note: both t.l. incomplete

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Audrey Wood
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Fritz
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To George
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: written on the back of an a.l. from Maggie to TW

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Greg
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Henry
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: unfinished letter

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       [Clarksdale, MS], [1920]
       2 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       [Clarksdale, MS], [1920]
       4 p. a.ms.

     Note: Rainbow Comic paper illustrated by TW; contained With [1920] letter from TW to Rose

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       Clarksdale, MS, 15 March 1920
       2 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       Clarksdale, MS, 28 Feb. 1920
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With the beginning of another letter on the last page

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Godmother
       St. Louis, MO, 13 April 1921
       1 p. a.l.

     Note: only the first page is present; in folder of a.l.s. by TW to Edwina Williams 28 Feb. 1920

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       Clarksdale, MS, 27 May 1920
       2 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       Clarksdale, MS, 17 Oct. 1920
       2 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       Clarksdale, MS, 30 Oct. 1920
       4 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       St. Louis, MO, [Nov. 1929]
       4 p. t.l.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Edwin Dakin
       [St. Louis, MO], [Nov. 1929]
       2 p. t.l.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Edwin Dakin
       [St. Louis, MO], [1929]
       1 p. t.l.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Edwin Dakin
       [Columbia, MO], [1930]
       4 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       [Memphis, TN], 17 Aug. 1935
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       Hollister, MO, 6 Aug. 1936
       1 a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Audrey Wood
       [Laguna Beach, CA], 29 July 1939
       3 pp. t.l. (photostat)

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       [Mexico City?], 4 Sept. 1940
       1 pp. a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Folks
       [En route from Boston to New York], [Dec. 1940 - Jan. 1941]
       4 pp. a.l.s.

     Note: letter written by Williams after the opening of Battle of Angels in Boston, With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Joe
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       2 pp. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       New York, [1941]
       2 pp. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Folks
       Miami, FL, [22 March 1941]
       3 pp. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Provincetown, MA], [25 July 1941]
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Chattanooga, TN, 10 Sept. 1941
       1 pp. a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New Orleans, 25 Sept 1941
       4 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Bay St. Louis, 9 Oct 1941
       1 a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [New Orleans], [11 Oct 1941]
       4 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [New Orleans], [23 Oct 1941]
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Jackson, MS, [3 Nov 1941]
       4 p. a.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New Orleans, 18 Dec 1941
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [St. Louis], [5 Jan 1942]
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       St. Simon's Island, GA, 27 Aug 1941
       4 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, [15 May 1942]
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, [5 June 1942]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [St. Augustine, FL], [14 Aug 1942]
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [St. Augustine, FL], [19 Aug 1942]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       St. Augustine, FL, 23 Aug 1942
       1 a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [St. Augustine, FL], [25 Aug 1942]
       4 p. a.l.s.

     Note: [With clippings; With envelope]

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Jacksonville, FL], [28 Aug 1942]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Jacksonville, FL, 31 Aug 1942
       1 a.p.c.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Jacksonville, FL, [22 Sept 1942]
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: [With envelope]

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Robert P. Tristram Coffin
       Jacksonville, FL, 5 Oct 1942
       1 p. t.l.s.

1  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Jacksonville, FL], [17 Oct 1942]
       2 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       St. Louis, 2 April 1943
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Culver City, CA, 23 May 1943
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Culver City, CA, [9 June 1943]
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope; With clipping

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Culver City, CA, 15 July 1943
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Culver City, CA, 4 Aug 1943
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       New York, [May 1944]
       1 a.n.s.

     Note: written at bottom of notice from The American Academy of Arts and Letters; With enclosed program and envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Mexico City?], [8 June 1945]
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Guadalajara, Mexico, [? July 1945?]
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To The Reverend Walter Edwin Dakin
       v.p., n.d. - 1946
       1 3 telegrams

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New Orleans, [27 Feb 1946]
       4 p a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Jordan Massee and Paul Bigelow
       [New York], [ca. 1947]
       3 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [New Orleans], 6 March 1947
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To The Reverend Walter Edwin Dakin
       [New Orleans], 29 March 1947
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Paris, 7 Jan. 1948
       3 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [New York], [1948?]
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [n.p.], 7 July 1948
       1

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To The Reverend Walter Edwin Dakin
       New York, 13 Aug 1948
       4 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Dakin Williams
       [Gibralter], [19 Dec 1948]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope containing docket by Dakin on the reverse

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Dakin Williams
       [Gibralter], 9 Dec 1948
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: enclosed With letter to Dakin Williams dated 19 Dec 1948

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Key West, FL], 4 Dec 1949
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Charlie [Charles K. Feldman?]
       [Hollywood ?], ca. 1950
       1 p. (draft) a.l.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [Key West, FL], 13 Jan 1950
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Key West, FL, [12] April 1950
       2 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 16 Sept 1950
       1 telegram

2  [Williams, Tennessee]
     To Audrey Wood
       [New York], ca. Feb 1951
       1 p. (draft) t.l.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Key West, FL, 22 Feb 1951
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       [Key West, FL], 27 Feb 1951
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Memphis, TN, 4 Dec 1951
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Memphis, TN, 8 Dec 1951
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To [Paul Bigelow]
       Miami, Jan 1952
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Key West, FL, 12 Feb 1954
       1 a.p.c.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To John B. Myers
       Miami, 15 Mar 1956
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, [1956?]
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope With a.n.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, [1956?]
       1 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       Havana, [ca. Aug] 1956
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       London, n.d. 1958
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [Key West, FL], [Jan 1958]
       1 p. a.l.

     Note: added to t.l.s. from Lawrence S. Kubie

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       Taormina, Italy, 5 Aug 1958
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       Key West, FL, 25 Nov 1958
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With draft of reply

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Kenneth Tynan
       n.p., [1959]
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Elia Kazan
       n.p., [Jan ? 1959]
       4 p. t.l.s.

     Note: signed "10"

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Brooks Atkinson
       Miami, 20 March 1959
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       [New York], 23 June 1959
       1 p. t.l.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Carson McCullers
       Key West, FL, 6 May 1960
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frank Merlo
       Miami, 2 Jan 1961
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Ted [Kalem]
       Miami, [1962?]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: not sent?

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To [Herbert Machiz]
       n.p., [Spring 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: signed "10" and With related telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       [Key West, FL], [6 May 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [Tangiers, Morocco], 6 June 1962
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: first page only?

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [Tangiers, Morocco], 27 June 1962
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       Tangiers, Morocco, [ca. July 1962]
       3 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       Tangiers, Morocco, [ca. July 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [Tangiers, Morocco], [ca. July 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       Barcelona, 15 Aug 1962
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [New York?], [31 Oct 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: signed "10"

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [New York?], [Dec? 1962]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: signed "10"

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       New York, 16 Jan 1963
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Claire Luce
       Key West, FL, 28 Feb 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Sociedad General de Autores de la Argentina
       [New York], 4 April 1963
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: copy

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       Key West, FL, 7 April 1963
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Edward Albee
       London, 22 June 1963
       3 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       [New York], 14 Aug 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With a.n. on the same page; With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       [Johnson City, VA], [22 Aug 1963]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Claire Luce
       Abingdon, VA, 16 Sept 1963
       1 p. a.n.s.

     Note: sent With flowers on opening night of The Milk Train at the Barter Theatre in Abingdon

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bigelow
       [New York], [1964?]
       1 p. a.l.

     Note: With envelope With a.n. by Bigelow

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Herbert Machiz
       [Key West, FL], [1964?]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: signed "10" and With copy of related letter

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       [Key West, FL], [ca. 20 Jan 1964]
       2 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       [New Orleans], 15 April 1964
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frederick Nicklaus
       New York, 4 Sept 1964
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       [New York], [17 Feb 1965]
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New York, 22 Aug 1965
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New York, 30 April 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New Orleans, 1 Nov 1966
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Josephine Healy
       New Orleans, 7 Jan 1967
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New York, 22 Jan 1967
       1 p t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New York, 4 Feb 1967
       1 p t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Dakin Williams
       New York, 23 Feb 1967
       1 telegram
     Note: a.n. on bottom and back by Dakin [?]; removed from TW's copy of Paradise Lost

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       New York, 17 April 1967
       2 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       [New York], 17 Sept 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       St. Louis, MO, 7 Nov 1967
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       [New York], 21 Feb 1968
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       [Hollywood, CA], 14 Sept 1968
       2 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       Key West, FL, 25 April 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Harold Hart
       Key West, FL, 13 May 1970
       2 p. t.l.s. & a.l.s.

     Note: TW replied to Hart on letter Hart wrote TW; copy

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       Key West, FL, 25 May 1970
       2 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       Key West, FL, 11 Aug 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frank Roberts
       Key West, FL, 25 Aug 1970
       1 telegram

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Whom It May Concern
       [Key West, FL], 26 Aug 1970
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: Authorizing Frank Roberts' television special

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frank Roberts
       [Miami, FL], 28 Aug 1970
       1 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Tom Buckley
       Singapore, 31 October 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: carbon

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       Bangkok, 15 Nov 1970
       4 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David Lobdell
       On board the S.S. President Wilson, 12 Dec 1970
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Cheryl Crawford and Paul Bigelow
       [Key West, FL], 29 May 1971
       2 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Tom Seligson
       Key West, FL, 6 Jan 1972
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With a.n. at bottom; With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frank Roberts
       New York, 2 March 1972
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Frank Roberts
       New York, 5 March 1972
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To David McCain
       n.p., 25 Jan. 1978
       1 p. t.l.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     Receipts of Mailgrams
       v.p., 17 June 1976 - 12 July 1982
       9 p. 9 mailgrams

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Paul Bowles
       n.p., 14 July 1978
       1 p. a.l.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Eleven (i.e. Gary Carter)
       n.p., ca. Oct 1979
       2 a.n.s.

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Mrs. Bixler
       n.p., 28 Aug 1980
       2 p. t.l. & a.l.

     Note: excerpts of two letters in re: TW's family

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To the University of Texas, Humanities Department
       New York, 27 Aug. 1981 & 25 Jan. 1983
       2 p. a.l.s. & t.l.s.

     Note: both photocopies

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Milton
       n.p., 1981 - 1982
       15 p. 4 t.l.s.

     Note: includes related letters from Rex Goff and Mitch Douglas; all copies

2  Williams, Tennessee
     Invitations to party at home of Ernest Hemingway
       Key West, FL, 7 April 1982
       2 invitations

     Note: includes envelope

2  Williams, Tennessee
     To Cheryl Crawford
       Key West, FL, 1 Sept. 1982
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: carbon

2  Windham, Donald
     To Josephine Healy
       Venice, 7 June 1948
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Windham, Donald
     To New York Times Editors
       New York, 19 Nov 1977
       2 p. t.l.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 4 July 1942
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 4 Sept 1942
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       Boston, [12 Sept 1945]
       3 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 7 Jan. 1947 - 29 July 1948
       5 p. 3 t.l., 1 t.l.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 19 June 1947
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 3 Feb 1948
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 30 Mar 1948
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 21 June 1948
       1 telegram

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 30 June 1948
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       London, 18 July 1948
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       Paris, 23 July 1948
       1 a.p.c.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 3 Sept 1948
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 12 Oct 1948
       1 telegram

2  Wood, Audrey and William Liebling
     To Paul Bigelow
       Chicago, 29 Dec 1950
       1 telegram

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       Westport, CN, [11 July 1951]
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Paul Bigelow
       New York, 19 July 1951
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With copy of letter encl.; With envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 21 May 1959 - 26 Oct 1960
       5 p. 2 t.l.s., 1 telegram, 2 t.l.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       n.p., 19[60?]
       4 p. telegram

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Cheryl Crawford
       New York, 15 Aug. 1960
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: carbon

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 12 Jan. 1961 - 17 July 1961
       5 p. 3 t.l.s., 1 t.n., 1 telegram

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 17 July 1961 - 25 Oct 1961
       7 p. 3 t.l.s., 1 t.n., 1 t.n.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 31 Jan. 1962 - 14 Dec 1962
       4 p. 4 t.l.s.

     Note: one carbon

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 23 Jan. 1962 - 26 Feb. 1963
       5 p. 2 t.l., 1 t.l.s., 1 telegram, 1 t.l.s.

     Note: note: 1 letter written by Morton Leavy to Audrey Wood

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 12 Feb. 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 1 April 1963 - 9 May 1963
       5 p. 5 t.l.s.

     Note: 2 have a.n. on bottom

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 14 May 1963 - 29 Jan 1964
       7 p. 5 t.l.s., 1 a.n.s.

     Note: includes attached note written by Arthur Miller in re: probibiting his productions in South Africa; also includes envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       [New York], 11 June 1963
       2 p. t.l.s.

     Note: With postcript note in hand of Audrey Wood

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Lady Maria St. Just
       New York, 6 Aug 1963
       1 p. t.l.s.

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       Westport, CN, 2? Jan 1963
       1 telegram

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Charles Bowden
       n.p., 15 Aug 1963
       1 p. t.l.

     Note: carbon copy of letter dictated by Audrey Wood

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 22 Jan. 1965 - 5 Dec. 1966
       5 p. 3 t.l.s., 1 t.n., 1 t.n.s.

     Note: includes one envelope

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 9 Dec. 1966 - 18 May 1970
       5 p. 3 t.l.s., 2 t.n.s.

     Note: includes letters by John Reich and Robert De Maria to Audrey Wood forwarded to TW

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, March 1967
       6 p. 5 t.l.s.

     Note: includes letters by others in re: Milktrain

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 11 Nov. 1970 - 18 Dec. 1970
       6 p. 2 t.l.s.

     Note: one letter is missing the first page

2  Wood, Audrey
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 197[?] - 14 Jan. 1971
       6 p. 1 a.l.s., 1 t.l.s., 1 telegram

   --Dakin Williams Collection, 1907-1959


Note: A collection of correspondence to and from Williams and family purchased by Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library through an auction house. There are several letters from Williams' parents, from his Dakin grandparents, and a few from or about his sister Rose. The letters shed light on Williams early years including his MGM period and his trip to Mexico.

1 1 Dakin, Rev. Walter
     To Dakin and Edwina Williams
       v.p., n.d., February 11, 1947 to April 20, 1947
       7 p. 3 a. l.s., 1 card.

     Note: includes 3 envelopes; also includes 2 attached notes by DW

1 1 Dakin, Walter E.
     to Tennessee Williams
       n.p., March 29, ?
       4 p. 1 a.l.s.

1 2 Williams, Thomas Lanier
     To Edwina Williams
       Knoxville, TN, 15 Aug. 1907
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: includes note from DW and envelope

1 2 Isabel
     To Williams family
       n.p., n.d.
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: includes DW's attached note

1 2 Williams, Rose and Walter E. Dakin
     To Edwina Williams
       n.p., 24 Jan. 1922
       4 p. a.l.s.

     Note: includes note from DW

1 2 Williams, Edwina
     To TW, parents, and family
       v.p., 10 April 1937- April 12, 1937, n.d.
       19 p. 3 a.l.s., 1 a.l., 1 p.c.s.

     Note: includes two notes from DW

1 2 Williams, Edwina
     To Rev. Walter Dakin
       v.p., 26 June 1948 - 27 July 1948
       8 p. 3 a.ls., 2 p.c.s.

1 2 Hays, Helen
     To Edwina Williams
       New York, 15 Oct 1949
       1 t.n.

     Note: With envelope

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., 17 Aug 1942 - 18 Nov 1950
       6 p. 1 t.l.s., 2 a.l.s., 2 telegram

     Note: includes 2 envelopes

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams and Walter Dakin
       v.p., 16 Dec. 1950 - 22 May 1951
       6 p. 2 t.l.s., 4 telegrams

     Note: includes 2 envelopes

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., 24 Sept. 1956 - 25 July 1959
       2 p. 2 t.l.s.

     Note: includes 1 envelope

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., [193?]?
       7 p. 1 a.l.s., 2 t.l.s., 1 t.l.

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., n.d.
       9 p. 5 t.l.s., 1 a.l.s.

     Note: 1 t.l.s. is a photocopy

1 3 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., n.d.
       4 p. 1 a.l.s., 1 t.l.s., 2 envelopes

1 4 Williams, Tennessee
     To Family
       v.p., 21 Sept. 1940 - 18 June 1943
       9 p. 4 t.l.s., 1 t.l.

     Note: includes 3 envelopes; 1 t.l.s. With a.n. on bottom

1 4 Williams, Tennessee
     To Family
       v.p., 3 Dec. 1943 - n.d.
       12 p. 3 t.l.s., 2 a.l.s., 1 t.l.

     Note: includes 1 envelope

1 5 Williams, Tennessee
     To Cornelius Williams
       v.p., 28 Feb 1941 - n.d.
       8 p. 2 a.l.s., 2 t.l.s., 1 t.l., 1 telegram

     Note: includes 2 envelopes

1 6 Williams, Tennessee
     To Dakin Williams
       v.p., 1948 - n.d.
       9 p. 2 t.l.s., 2 telegrams, 1 p.c.s., 1 a.l.s.

     Note: two letters are copies

1 7 Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Dakin
       v.p., 14 Sept. 1931 - 27 Oct 1948
       17 p. 1 a.l.s., 4 t.l.s., 2 t.l.

     Note: includes 2 envelopes

1 7 Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Dakin
       v.p., June 19, 1950 - May 3, 1953
       4 p. 3 t.l.s.

1 7 Williams, Tennessee
     To Rev. Walter Dakin
       v.p., n.d.
       15 p. 4 t.l.s., 2 a.l.s., 2 t.l.

1 7 Williams, Tennessee
     To St. Louis Medical Credit Bureau
       n.p., 19 July 1938
       1 p. 1 t.l.s.

1 7 Williams, Tennessee
     To Rose Williams
       Columbia, MO, n.d.
       2 p. 1 t.l.

1 8 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams
       v.p., 14 Jan. 1939 - n.d.
       4 p.c.s.
       1 t.n.s.

     Note: includes 1 envelope

1 8 Williams, Tennessee
     To Edwina Williams, Rev. Walter Dakin and family
       v.p., 19 Sept 1940 - n.d.
       6 p.c.s.

1 8 Williams, Tennessee
     Postcard of TW in Mexico; auto registration material
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 a.p.c.

1 9 Webb, Samuel
     To C.C. Williams
       St. Louis, MO, 15 Mar. 1939
       2 p. a.l.s.

     Note: With note from DW, envelope

1 9 Williams, Tennessee
     To Sandy
       n.p., 21 Feb. 1944
       1 p. t.l.s.

1 9 Dramatists Guild
     To Tennessee Williams
       New York, 5 June 1939
       1 p. t.l.s.

     Note: includes a.n.s. from TW at bottom

1 9 Williams, Tennessee
     Clippings and Announcements
       [n.p.], ca. 1940
       1 folder

   --Letters from Agents and Publishers


Note: Collection of letters from Williams succession of agents--Audrey Wood, Bill Barnes, Mitch Douglas and ICM--and his publishers. The letters are in chronological order.

1 10-13        [n.p.], 1940-1982
       4 folders

1 14 MacGregor, Robert
            New Directions, 1957-1981

1 15-16 Doubleday and others
     Correspondence
       [n.p.], 1956-1982
       2 folders

   --General Correspondence, 1951-1983


Note: Correspondents include Hermione Baddeley, Keith Baxter, Paul Bigelow. Robert Carroll, Walter E. Dakin, Henry Faulkner, Margaret Leighton, Anne Meacham, Frank Merlo, Jose Quintero, Jane Smith, Vassilis Vogilis, Edwina and Dakin Williams. Fan mail is also included.

1 17-19 Last names A-C
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       3 folders

2 1-16 Last Names: Carroll-H
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       16 folders

3 1-31 Last Names: Healy-Perrier
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       31 folders

4 1-29 Last Names: Persson-Z
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       29 folders

4 30 First Names: A-J
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       1 folder

5 1 First Names: K-W
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       1 folder

5 2-4 Unidentified, unsigned, empty envelopes
       [n.p.], [v.d.]
       3 folders

5 5-8 Fan Mail
       [n.p.], 1965-1982
       4 folders

6 1-6 Fan Mail
       [n.p.], 1965-1982
       6 folders


II. Works, 1945-1982 11 linear ft.


Note: The Works series is divided into the subseries: Plays and screenplays; Stories and poetry; Other works and related material; Works based on the writings of Tennessee Williams; Biography; Awards, Honors and Celebrations; and Works about Tennessee Williams. The files contain annotated manuscripts, draft pages, scripts, proofs, notes, flyers, programs, certificates and clippings, dating primarily from the 1960s and 1970s.

   --Plays and Screenplays, 1937-1982


Note: This subseries contains script pages, scripts, notes, programs, clippings, reviews and essays. It is arranged alphabetically by title. See also production photographs in the Photography series.

7 1 Aimez-Vous Ionesco
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Draft pages, annotated

7 2 Baby Doll
       [v.p.], 1956-1957, 1972
        Notes, clippings, pressbook, Academy Award nomination

     Note: See also Tiger Tail and Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton

7 3 Balcony in Ferrara
       [n.p.], [1937-1943?]
       139 pp. t. ms. [Acq. 487-1986]

7 4 Battle of Angels
       New York, Boston, 1940
       2 t. ms. used in Theater Guild production in Boston: Doris Dudley script [acq. 293-5.2.85]; script inscribed by Williams to Josephine Healy [acq. Friends 55052E]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 92-2107-3 and 92-2107-4 See also Orpheus Descending and The Fugitive Kind

7 5 Battle of Angels
       [n.p.], [n.d.] & 1974
        Draft pages, notes, clipping

     Note: See also Orpheus Descending and The Fugitive Kind

7 6 Blond Mediterraneans
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Draft pages

7 7 Boom
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Script pages, notes

     Note: See also The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

7 8 Camino Real
       New York, [n.d.] & ca.1953
        Annotated draft pages [acq. 487/490-7188]; First draft of final version [BMC6-85003;9/12/85]; Appeal of support by artists, mimeograph [acq. Friends 55052E]; mimeographed script, Sixteen Blocks on the Camino Real [244526]; 2 1953 programs

     Note: Also known as Sixteen Blocks on the Camino Real

7 9-10 Camino Real
       [n.p.], 1952-1977
        Script pages, notes, programs, clippings, reviews, letters, essays

     Note: Also known as Sixteen Blocks on the Camino Real

7 11 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
       New York, 1954-1955
        t. script, December 9, 1954, 3 programs, clippings, photoprint of 1955 Drama Critics Award [BMC 702813], pressbook [acq. 278108]

8 1-2 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
       [n.p.], 1956-1982
        Script pages, programs, posters, clippings, reviews, essays, French version by Rene Dionne for 1982 Montreal production

8 3-4 Clothes for a Summer Hotel
       [n.p.], 1979-1980
        Photocopied script, 1980Photocopy of published scriptCopy of "Zelda, A Millionaire's Girl" from Saturday Evening Post, May 7, 1930Annotated script pages, article, music sheets, clippings, letters, program

8 5 Confessional
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 mimeographed script, Sidney Lanier copy, 1 of 100 signed by Williams

     Note: See also Small Craft Warnings and Dragon Country

8 6 Constructing Mobiles
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated script pages

8 7 Creve Coeur
       New York, 1977-1978
        Annotated mimeographed script, October 1977 Annotated script pages, clippings, magazine

     Note: See also A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

8 8 Dame Picque
        [n.d.]
        Typed script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030

8 9 Demolition Downtown
        1971
        letter, proofs

8 10 Eccentricities of a Nightingale
       New York, 1978-1979
        Mimeographed script #20, 2 proofs, clippings, program

     Note: See also Summer and Smoke

9 1 Everlasting Ticket
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated typed script pages

9 2 The Frosted Glass Coffin
       New York, [n.d.]
        Mimeographed script

9 3 Fugitive Kind
       California, 1959
        Cutting and Dialog Continuities [acq: 269462] Pressbooks [acq. 278110 and 491, 9/14/88]

     Note: See also Battle of Angels and Orpheus Descending

9 4 Gideon's Point
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       Annotated draft t. ms.
     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030 See also In Masks Outrageous and Austere

9 5-6 The Glass Menagerie
       [v.p.], 1945-1947
        Typed script, programs, clippings, poster [acq Friends 55052E] Screenplay [acq 255016], Pressbook [acq No. 278104]

9 7 The Glass Menagerie
       [n.p.], 1945-1982
        Programs, clippings, reviews, articles, French version by Marcel Duhamel

9 8 [The Gnadiges Fraulein]
       [n.p.], ca. 1966
       12 pp. t.ms., letter [acq 487/490-7/1/88]

     Note: See also Slapstick Tragedy

9 9 The Gnadiges Fraulein
       [n.p.], 1970
        Script pages, clippings

     Note: See also Slapstick Tragedy

9 10 A House Not Meant To Stand
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030

9 11 A House Not Meant to Stand
       [n.p.], April, 1981
       2 Scripts, Post Goodman Studio version, April 1981, photocopied

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030

10 1-4 A House Not Meant To Stand
       [n.p.], 1981-1982
        2 scripts, post Goodman Studio version, April 1981; 2 scripts, revised February, 1982, mimeographed [Lyle Leverich copy acq 3-8-1990, 297]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030

10 5 A House Not Made To Stand
       [n.p.], 1981-1982
        Clippings, programs, flyers

10 6 I Never Get Dressed till After Dark on Sundays
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       25 p. mimeograph typescript

10 7 In Masks Outrageous and Austere
       [n.p.], 1979-1980
        Mimeographed script, second draft, August 1979 to June 1980

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030 See also Gideon's Point and Tent Worms

10 8 In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel
       [n.p.], 1969-1970
        Draft pages, mimeographed annotated script, March 22, 1969, 1970 program [acq. 401562C]

10 9 In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel
       [n.p.], 1972
        Clippings

10 10 Intruder
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated t. ms.

10 11 Kind of Love
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       34 pp. annotated t.ms. [acq 487/490-7.1.88]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030 Also known as A Small Object for a Cobra and Minerva's Head

10 12 Kingdom of Earth
       New York, June 1967
       117 p. t.ms.s., mimeographed [acq 255 014]

     Note: See also short story and Seven Descents of Myrtle

11 1 Kingdom of Earth
       [n.p.], 1967-1973
        Mimeographed script revised June 1967, clippings

     Note: See also short story and Seven Descents of Myrtle

11 2 Kirche, Kutchen, und Kinder
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated script

11 3-4 Lady's Choice
       [n.p.], 1982
       3 mimeographed screenplays, script pages

     Note: Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman

11 5 Lady's Choice
       [n.p.], September 22, 1982
        Mimeographed screenplay

     Note: Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman

11 6 Lady's Choice
       [n.p.], October 4, 1982
        Mimeographed screenplay

     Note: Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman

11 7 Lady's Choice
       [n.p.], November 22, 1982
        Mimeographed screenplay

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031 Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman

11 8 Last of my Solid Gold Watches
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       27 p. mimeographed t.ms. [acq 255017]

11 9 Life Boat Drill
       New York, [n.d.]
        Mimeographed script

12 1 Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur
       [n.p.], 1979-1982
        Mimeographed 1978 script [Lyle Leverich copy]; Clippings, book jacket

     Note: See also Creve Coeur

12 2-3 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        a.ms. draft pages [acq 07918C]

     Note: See also Boom

12 4-6 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
       [n.p.], [1963]
       2 annotated scripts, No. 1, 2, and duplicate pages [acq 07918C]

     Note: See also Boom

12 7 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
       [n.p.], 1962-1963
        Spoleto production: Notes for revision, program, photographs [acq 599624]; Programs for 1963 New York production

     Note: See also Boom

12 8 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
       New York, August - September 1963
        Claire Luce material: Script revised August 13, 1963 inscribed to Luce by Williams, notes, letters, clippings, programs [acq 400780C]

     Note: See also Boom

13 1-3 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
       [n.p.], 1962-1981
       3 folders of annotated script pages and script, Mimeographed Playing Version script with letter dated January 7, 1965, clippings, reviews, publicity

     Note: See also Boom

13 4  Moony's Kid Don't Cry
       [n.p.], 1958
       30 p. t.ms.s., mimeographed [acq 255017]

13 5 Night of the Iguana
       [n.p.], 1961-1981
       1 folder of annotated script pages

13 6 Night of the Iguana
       [New York], 1961-1964
        t.ms.s, Final and approved New York playing version; inscribed to George Williams; mimeographed, 1962 Foreign Press Award [acq 255015]; Pressbook [acq 278111]

13 7-8 Night of the Iguana
       [n.p.], 1976
       2 copies of French version by Eudes de Saint-Simon. 1 copy inscribed by Williams to Gill 1976

14 1 Night of the Iguana
       [v.p.], 1961-1981
        Congratulatory telegrams (1961), programs, poster, clippings

14 2 Notebook of Trigorin
       [n.p.], 1981
        Autograph script pages,
program,
letters

     Note: Free adaptation of Anton Chekhov's The Sea Gull

14 3 Now and at the Hour of Our Death
       [n.p.], [1969]
       23 pp. t.ms., unpublished, with autograph corrections [acq 290732 in memory of Charles W. Mixer]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

14 4 One-Arm
       [n.p.], December 1967
        Annotated mimeographed first draft

14 5 One-Arm
       [n.p.], 1969, 1979
        Photocopied screenplay August 1, 1969,
clipping May 18, 1979

14 6 Orpheus Descending; or, The Memory of an Orchard
       [n.p.], Sept. 1953
       109 pp. t.ms. and microfilm [acq 702814]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 93-2000-1 See also Battle of Angels and The Fugitive Kind

14 7 Orpheus Descending
       [v.p.], 1957-1989
        t.ms. and microfilm draft revisions with corrections,
letters [acq. 487-490-7.1.88],
programs

     Note: See also Battle of Angels and The Fugitive Kind

14 8 Orpheus Descending
       [n.p.], 1957-1982
        Clippings,
programs (Greek version)

     Note: See also Battle of Angels and The Fugitive Kind

15 1 Out Cry
       [n.p.], 1971-1982
        3 set designs by Jo Mielziner 1973, letters,
clippings

     Note: See also Two Character Play

15 2 Period of Adjustment
       [n.p.], 1960-1962
        Annotated typed script pages, set design by Jo Mielziner 1960 [acq. 297, 1986],
clippings,
reviews, Screen Writers' Annual Award 1962 [Key West];
programs,
pressbook [acq 2778102]

15 3 Players and the Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated television play script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

15 4 Plenty of Zip
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       8 p. typescript mimeograph, fragment with corrections by the author

15 5 Portrait of a Madonna
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 Program

     Note: Part of evening of plays entitled Triple Play

15 6 Purification
       [n.p.], 1965-1975
        Letters,
clippings

15 7 Quiet Voices
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated typed script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

15 8 Rectangle with Hooks or Mint and Hall
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated typed script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

15 9 Red Devil Battery Sign: A Work for the Presidential Theater
       London, Sept. 1976
       116 p. Typescript mimeograph, revised London version [Lyle Leverich, 3/6/90]

15 10 Red Devil Battery Sign
       [n.p.], 1975-1981
        Typed script pages,
       2 mimeographed scripts--Post Vancouver draft June 25, 1981 and August 28, 1981,
clippings,
casting list,
reviews,

15 11 Remarkable Rooming House of Mme. Le Monde
       [n.p.], 1984
        Pamphlet published by Albondoconi Press

15 12 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
       [v.p.], 1960
        Annotated typed script pages,
mimeographed first draft by Gavin Lambert, June 4, 1960 [Key West];
Notes [acq 487/490-7.1.88]

15 13 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
       [n.p.], 1960
        Mimeographed screenplay revised November 28, 1960 [Key West];
Pressbook [acq 278103]

15 14 The Rose Tattoo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated t.ms., Outline for early draft "The Eclipse of May 29, 1919," draft revisions [acq 487-1986]

16 1 The Rose Tattoo
       [n.p.], 1951
        Notes by Williams, set design by Boris Aronson [acq. 486, July 1986]
production notes,
Paul Bigelow's script,
program signed by cast [acq 487-1986]

16 2 The Rose Tattoo
       [v.p.], 1951-1995
        Press release,
playbills

16 3 The Rose Tattoo
       [n.p.], 1951-1977
        Clippings, reviews, program, posters, Tony medal, scrapbook for 1963 Czech production

16 4 A Sentimental Conclusion
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated typed script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

16 5 The Seven Descents of Myrtle
       [n.p.], 1968-1972
       1 Program, review

     Note: See also Kingdom of Earth

16 6 Skylight or Broken Glass in the Morning
       [n. p.], [n.d.]
        a. ts., [487/490-7.1.88]

16 7 Short Short
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated typed script

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

16 8 Small Craft Warnings
       [n.p.], 1971-1972
        Annotated mimeographed script pages,
programs,
letters,
clippings,
articles

16 9-10 Something Cloudy, Something Clear
       [n.p.], 1980-1981
        Annotated typed script pages,
mimeograhed first draft revised March 26, 1980,
clippings

16 11 Stairs to the Roof
       [n.p.], February 26, 1947
       1 Program

16 12 Steps Must Be Gentle [play]
       [n.p.], 1980
       1 Galley proof of play about Hart Crane

16 13 Stopped Rocking
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 a. ts. mimeograph

17 1 Stopped Rocking
       Santa MonicaCalifornia, [n.d.]
       1 mimeographed ts screenplay

17 2-3 Stopped Rocking
       [n.p.], 1979-1981
       2 mimeographed first draft screenplays, March 19, 1979; letters

17 4 A Streetcar Named Desire
       New York, [1947]
       139 pp. t.ms.
       1 t.l.s. (Jo Mielziner's copy dated April 12, 1947 with letter from Williams to Mielziner laid in) [acp 550520E]

17 5 A Streetcar Named Desire
       [v.p.], 1947 & [n.d.]
        Williams' script inscribed to Josephine Healey,
program,
clipping, 2 transfers from the streetcar named Desire [Friends 55052E]

17 6 A Streetcar Named Desire
       [n.p.], 1972-1982
       1 Folder of flyers, programs, clippings, reviews

17 7 Suddenly Last Summer
       [n.p.], ca. 1958
       19 pp. t.ms., fragments of play, annotated, title inscribed on p. 1 :'Cabeza de Lobo' or 'A Las Cinco de la Tarde' [487/490-7.1.88],
pressbook [278109]

17 8 Suddenly Last Summer
       [n.p.], 1958-1970s
       1 folder of annotated typed script pages, poster, program, clippings

17 9 Summer and Smoke
       Rome and New York, March 1947, 1948
       ca. 150 pp. t.ms.s., inscribed by Williams to Josephine Healy on the title-page [acq Friends 55052E]

18 1 Summer and Smoke
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       68 pp. t.ms.s., mimeographed script used in Dallas first production [acq 292673, memory of Charles W. Mixer]

18 2 Summer and Smoke
       New York, 6 Oct. 1948
       110 pp. t.ms.s., prompt copy, signed by Williams and actor Margaret Phillips in slipcase [Archon of Colophon in memory of Charles W. Mixer 1974, 304734];
program,
pressbook [acq 178105]

18 3 Summer and Smoke
       [n.p.], 1949-1982
       1 folder of mimeographed script, mimeographed screenplay (June 22, 1959), clippings, programs, opera libretto

18 4 Sweet Bird of Youth
       New York, 1956-1959
       1 signed 1956 program [acq 304755];
t.ms., mimeographed 1959 [acq 344527]

18 5 Sweet Bird of Youth
       [n.p.], 1958
        Set designs, watercolor on paper and photostats [acq 487-2.3.88]

18 6 Sweet Bird of Youth
       New York, 1959, 1970s
        Clare Luce's mimeographed script 1959 [Archons of Colophon in memory of Charles W. Mixer 4029720];
       2 programs,
       1 pressbook [acq 278101]

18 7 Sweet Bird of Youth
       [n.p.], 1956-1979
       1 folder of annotated typed script pages, posters, financial report, clippings

18 8 Tent Worms
       [n.p.], 1979
       109 pp. t.ms., annotated First Draft, May-August, 1979 based on the short story [acq 9430-08,2.3.88].

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031 See also Gideon's Point and In Masks Outrageous and Austere

19 1 This is (an entertainment)
       Key West, Jan. 1974
       80 pp. mimeograph ts. first draft [Lyle Leverich copy]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

19 2 This Is
       [n.p.], 1975-1978
        Annotated mimeographed script October 11, 1975, revised April 1978

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

19 3 This Property is Condemned
       [n.p.], [n.d.] & 1981
       1 mimeographed teleplay [acq 255017]; press release, clipping, flyer

19 4 Tiger Tail
       New York, [n.d.] & May 1977
       75 pp. annotated t. ms. draft, mimeographed first typed version; Director's copy- signed by Gary Tucker [acq 490 (Mixer), 12/14/89]

     Note: See also Baby Doll and Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton

19 5 Tiger Tail
       New YorkAtlanta, March 1978, September 1979
       2 mimeographed director's scripts: March 1978 and Final revision September 1979, Atlanta Georgia Alliance Theater [acq 490 (Mixer)-12/14/89]

     Note: See also Baby Doll and Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton

19 6 Tiger Tail
       [n.p.], 1977-1979
        Mimeographed Atlanta Alliance Theatre stage manager's March 1978 script, letters, clippings, ads, programs

     Note: See also Baby Doll and Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton

19 7 Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton
       [n.p.], 1972
       1 Clipping

     Note: See also Baby Doll and Tiger Tail

19 8 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Mimeographed script

     Note: See also Out Cry

19 9 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], 1966
       1 Annotated mimeographed script revised October 18, 1966

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 1-3 Two Character Play
       New York, 1966
       4 mimeographed scripts revised October 18, 1966

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 4 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], 1967
       1 Mimeographed script January 20, 1967 with typed author's preface.

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 5 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], 1967
        Mimeographed script August 1967

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 6 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Mimeographed London script

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 7 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], 1970
        Mimeographed script revised February 1970

     Note: See also Out Cry

20 8 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], 1960s-1982
       1 folder of annotated script pages, letters, clippings

20 9 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], [n.d]
       1 Script, Lyle Leverich copy [acq 297, 3/6/90]

20 10 Vieux Carre
       New York, May 1977
       90 pp., mimeographed script, Lyle Leverich copy [acq 297, 3/6/90]

21 1 Vieux Carre
       [n.p.], 1973-1982
       1 folder of annotated script pages, mimeographed second draft November 1973, programs, clippings

21 2 Virgo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder of annotated script pages

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

21 3 Will Mr. Merriwether Return From Memphis?
       [n.p.], 1969-1980
       1 folder of mimeographed script revised September 1969, clipping, poster

21 4 You Touched Me
       [n.p.], Nov. 1942
       116 pp. t.ms., carbon copy, "Revised Version 'B"; adapted from a short story by D. H. Lawrence [acq 702812]

21 5 You Touched Me
       [n.p.], 1945
       1 folder of clippings

21 6-8 Combined Plays:
       [n.p.], 1958-1982
       3 folders of material on productions of multiple Williams works from The Garden District in 1958 to the 1982 Tennessee Williams: A Celebration at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

21 9 Dragon Country or Two Plays
       [n.p.], n.d.
       1 folder of script (9104618)and pages for Confessional and I Can't Imagine Tomorrow

     Note: See also Confessional and Small Craft Warnings

22 1-2 Dragon Country or Two Plays
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       2 folders of mimeographed scripts (9404625) for Confessional and I Can't Imagine Tomorrow

     Note: See also Confessional and Small Craft Warnings

22 3 Slapstick Tragedy
       [n.p.], 1965
       1 folder of annotated typed script pages, typed and autograph notes, and mimeographed rehearsal version of March 1, 1965 script for The Mutilated and The Gnadiges Fraulein

     Note: See also The Gnadiges Fraulein

22 4 Three Works for the Lyric Theatre: Now the Cats With Jewelled Claws; The Youthfully Departed; A Cavalier for Milady
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       80 pp. ts., Lyle Leverich copy

22 5 Three Works for the Lyric Theater
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder of annotated mimeograph script of Now the Cats With Jewelled Claws, Youthfully Departed and A Cavalier for Milady

22 6-9 Workbooks and draft pages
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       4 folders of autograph notebooks, annotated typed script pages, unidentified set design

23 1 Unidentified draft pages
       [n.d.], [n.p.]
        Annotated ts.

23 2 Untitled script
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder of mimeographed script about Artur Rimbaud

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

23 3 Draft pages from unidentified plays
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder of annotated t. ms.

   --Stories and Poetry


Note: This subseries begins with an alphabetical listing of prose works, followed by poetry, articles, sketches and interviews. There are annotated pages, manuscripts, proofs, publications, book jackets, a videocassette, sketches, sketchpads and clippings.

23 4 Close Two Shot the Kill
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Annotated ts.

23 5 Desire and the Black Masseur
       [n.p.], April 1946
        Carbon ts. with note from publisher James Laughlin to editor Hubert Creekmore [Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wilbur, 1982]

23 6 Donsinger Women
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder of annotated typed and mimeographed pages

23 7 Donsinger Women and Their Handyman Jack
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 Videocassette

23 8 Grand
       [n.p.], 1953
        1 carbon copy of first draft

51 1 "Grand"
       New York, 1966
       in Esquire, vol. LXVI, No. 5 (November 1966): 136.

23 9 Happy August Tenth
       [n.p.], 1971
       1 Short story published in Antaeus Winter 71

24 1 Hard Candy
       Key West, FL, March 1953
       23 pp. t.ms.

24 2 Idea of Order in Dry Bone
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Photocopy of t. ms.

24 3 It Happened A Day the Sun Rose
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 Proof

24 4 Kingdom of Earth
       New York, 1948
       12 pp. t.ms. carbon [Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wilbur, 1982]

24 5 Man in the Overstuffed Chair
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 t. ms.

51 2 "The Mattress By the Tomato Patch"
        October 1954
       in The London Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 9 (October 1954)

24 6 Night Was Full of Hours
       New Orleans, revised Key West, 1973 & 1978
       1 t. ms.

24 7 Old Sweetheart of the Keys
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Photocopy of annotated t. ms.

24 8 Pieces of My Youth
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Mimeograph of selected early writings

24 9 Portrait of a Girl in Glass
       Santa Monica, CA, ca. [June 1943]
       16 pp. t.ms. carbon [acq 702815]

24 10 Recluse and His Guest
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Mimeographed t. ms.

24 11 The Resemblance Between a Violin Case and a Coffin
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 photocopy of published version

51 2 "The Resemblance Between a Violin Case and a Coffin,"
        1950
       in Flair (February 1950)

24 12 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
       n.p., n.d.
       96 p. t.ms. carbon copy [acq 702816]

24 13 Unidentified pages
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 annotated t. ms.

24 14 Bookjackets, publicity, clippings
       [n.p.], 1967-1978
       1 folder

24 15 Poems
       [v.p.], 1939-1949
        Arranged in alphabetical order. [Various acquisitions. See folders.]

24 16 Poems
       [n.p.], [n.d.] &1982
        Annotated t. ms., arranged alphabetically by title or first line.

     Note: See also Audiotapes

24 17 Voices, A Journal of Poetry
       [n.p.], 1952
       1 Booklet containing poems by Williams and others

51 3 "The Christus of Guadalajara" in Botteghe Oscure
       n.p., [1958]

   --Other Works and Related Material

25 1 Essays
       [v.p.], 1979, 1982
       2 t.ms. Mes Cahiers Noirs [acq 430, 7.1.88]; Valediction [acq 490 (Mixer), Dec 14, 1989]

     Note: On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031

25 2 Articles, essays and reviews
       [n.p.], 1950-1970s
       1 folder

52 1 "W. H. Auden: A Few Reminiscences" in The Harvard Advocate Vol CVIII, Nos. 2-3; "What's Next on the Agenda, Mr. Williams?" in Mediterranean Review Vol. 1, N. 2 (Winter 1971): 15-19.
       v.p., 1971

25 3 Art
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Sketches, doodles, drawings, sketchbooks, articles, paintings

25 4-5 Appearances, ads, and interviews
       [n.p.], 1960s-1970s
        Transcripts, articles, record

     Note: See also audiotapes

   --Works based on the Writings of Tennessee Williams

25 6 Film Treatment, Theater productions
       [n.p.], 1980-1982
        Treatment, programs, clippings, ads

25 7 Grand
       [n.p.], May 1979
       1 mimeographed teleplay [Lyle Leverich copy]

25 8 Migrants
       [n.p.], 1972
       1 folder of teleplay adapted by Lanford Wilson, first and second drafts

25 9 This Property Is Condemned
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 revised second draft of screenplay adapted by Francis Ford Coppola

   --Biography

26 1 Biographical works
       [n.p.], 1972
        Drafts, clippings, reviews and flyers from Memoirs, Letters to Donald Windham and Henry Rasky's documentary Tennessee Williams' South

52 2 Biographical works
       London, 1978, 1981
       2 articles about Letters to Donald Windham: Dotson Rader, "The Private Letters of Tennessee Williams," London Magazine Vol. 18, No. 1(July 1978): 18-28; "The 'Private' Letters of Tennessee Williams," London Magazine, Vol. 20, No. 11-12 (February/March 1981): 80-88.

   --Awards, Honors, and Celebrations

26 2-5 Certificates, plaques, trophies and celebrations
       [n.p.], 1950s-1980
        Photographs, clippings, certificates and brochures including the Kennedy Center Honors of 1978 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award in 1980

27 1 Awards and honors
       [n.p.], 1982
       1 folder of photographs, clippings, certificates and brochures including honorary doctorate from Harvard University

27 2-3 70th Birthday Celebration at the Goodman Theater
       [n.p.], 1981-1982
       2 folders of brochures, programs, clippings, congratulations and photos

27 4-5 Clippings re Williams
       [n.p.], 1948-1983, undated
       2 folders

   --Works about Tennessee Williams

27 6 By other authors
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 folder
Alphabetical by author

27 7 Henry R. Beasley
     Interpretative Study of the Religious Element in the Work of Tennessee Williams [dissertation]
       [n.p.], August 1973
        Dissertation, pp. 1-166

28 1 Henry R. Beasley
     Interpretative Study of the Religious Element in the Work of Tennessee Williams [dissertation]
       [n.p.], 1973
        Dissertation, pp. 167-328

28 2 Tennessee Williams in Tangiers
       [n.p.], 1973
        Copies of translation by Paul Bowles of work by Mohamed Choukri

28 3 Leverich, Lyle
     Articles
       [n.p.], 1978-1979
       1 folder

28 4 Tennessee and Me
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Devised by Maxim Mazumda

28 5-6 Public and Private Lives of Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Biography by Dakin Williams and Shepard Mead

51 4-6 Articles about Tennessee Williams
        1953-1981

28 7 Articles and poems about Tennessee Williams by unidentified
       [n.p.], [n.d.]


III. Personal, 1941-1983 2. 5 linear ft.


Note: This series contains journals, notebooks, address books, date books, messages, financial papers, medical records, post cards, memorabilia, ads, and clippings.

29 1 Williams, Tennessee
     Journal
       [n.p.], 1941-1942
        a. ms. of second Florida hitchhiking trip and writing journal

29 2 Address Book
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

29 3-5 Date books
       [n.p.], 1966, 1970, 1977-78

29 6 Notes and doodles
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

51 6 Notes and doodles,
        n.d.

29 7 Telephone messages and business cards
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       

30 1 Contracts
       [n.p.], 1953-1982

30 2 Travel documents
       [n.p.], 1962-1963
       12 items: Passport, prescription, and other documents collected by cousin, Stella Adams

30 3-10 Financial
       [n.p.], 1953-1982
        Statements, invoices, bank records, car records, membership dues

30 11 Medical records
       [n.p.], 1948-1981
        Includes letters on Rose Williams 1949, 1963, 1972

31 1 Memorabilia and realia
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Menus, ads, flyers, posters, fossils, scarves, glasses, etc.

31 2-8 Solicitations
       [n.p.], 1963-1983
       

31 9 Invitations
       [n.p.], 1961-1982
       

32 1 Invitations
       [n.p.], 1966-1982
       

32 2 Post cards and stationery
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       

32 3 Societies and Organizations
       [n.p.], 1965-1980
        Mailings

32 4 Magazines
       [n.p.], 1962-1982
       

52 3 Magazines
        1935
       1 May 1935 copy of Lovat Dickson's Magazine; Munich art catalog

32 5 Clippings: Theater professionals
       [n.p.], 1973-1981

     Note: Arranged alphabetically by subject name

32 6 Clippings re Theater by others
       [n.p.], 1967-1981, undated

     Note: Arranged chronologically

52 4 Programs of plays by others,
        1978-1981

32 7 Clippings re other artists
       [n.p.], 1975-1982

     Note: Arranged alphabetically by subject

32 8 Clippings of general interest
       [n.p.], 1958-1982, undated

     Note: Arranged chronologically

33 1-3 Family: Geneologies, Walter E. Dakin 1882 autograph book, family letters, drawings by Rose Williams
       [n.p.], 1971-1977, 1982
       

33 4 Pets
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       

33 5 Tennessee Williams Estate
       New York, 1989, n.d.
        Letter and notes re estate


IV. Works by Others, 1934-1982 5 linear ft.


Note: This material has been arranged alphabetically by author. It includes manuscripts from friends, from aspiring writers, and those sent by agents. There is a collection of material by and about the writer and friend Carson McCullers, several manuscripts by Williams' companion Robert Carroll, short stories by Williams' brother Dakin, and the poetry of Williams' friend Marion Black Vaccaro.

52 5 Acuff, Donald
     Prandles and Prazads
        1971
       1 poem

33 6 Albee, Edward
     Seascape
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 Mimeograph of play inscribed to Williams by Albee

52 5 Alexander, David
     Erotic Drawings and Lithographs by Regis Dho,
        1978
       1 catalog published and inscribed by David Alexander

33 7 Bachardy Don; Bennet, Penelope Agnes
     Drawing; 2 short stories
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

33 8 Bernstein, Walter
     Front, The
       [n.p.], August 13, 1975
       1 Screenplay revised

33 9 Bowles, Paul
     Without Stopping [autobiography]
       [n.p.], 1972
       1 Uncorrected proof

33 10 Braden, A; Brainard, Joe; Brandes, C. Simon
     Drawings
       [n.p.], 1971, n.d.

33 11 Brown, Dawn and Sterling
     Prints and short stories
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

33 12 Brown, Frank Chouteau
     Dwellings of Newbury Old Town
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 article printed in The Monograph Series

33 13 Burkhart, Brian
     Georgia 1934
       [n.p.], 1970
        Song lyrics

33 14 Burke, Patricia K.
     Weary Purple Mums [short story]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

33 15 Capobianco, Marc
     The Love Story of Big Daddy's Poshlost [play]
       [n.p.], 1978

34 1 Carrie, Jacques
     Bridge of Movie Producer Louis King
       [n.p.], 1981
        Review proofs of novel

34 2 Calisher, Hortense
     False Entry
       [n.p.], 1961
        Uncorrected proof of novel

34 3-7 Carroll, Robert
     Several works
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 1-2 Carroll, Robert
     Several works
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 3 Castro, Virginia
     With Whom Did Christina Lose Her Virginity? [play]
       [n.p.], 1979

35 4 Chekhov, Anton
     The Gull [play translated by Wendel Agne]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 5 Cobelle; Cocteau, Jean; Coply, William J.
     Drawings, Calendar
       [n.p.], [n.d.], 1979

52 5 Congdon, Kirby
     Magazine Four
        1969
       1 magazine edited by Congdon

35 6 Corbeil, Michel
     Meet me at the Automat [One-act]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 7 Darrid, William
     The Long Way Home. Hart Crane [screenplay]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 8 De Luca, Angelo
     Romancement
       [n.p.], 1968
        Pamphlet of poem

35 9 Derwent, Clarence
     Red Beard [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

35 10 Dickman, Kenneth George
     Axiomatic Smiles
       [n.p.], 1980
        Short stories

35 11 Dunphy, Jack
     Nightmovers
       [n.p.], 1968
        Proof of novel

36 1 Dunphy, Jack
     Saturday Night Kid [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

36 2 Evans, Oliver
     Terminal Station [short story]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

55 6 Hintz, Evelyn
     Mosaic
        1980
       1 journal

36 3 Hoffman, Jill
     Journey to the Day [play]
       [n.p.], 1976

     Note: First draft

36 4 Hood, Henry
     Dinner at Antoine's
       [n.p.],        1 Treatment

36 5 Hotchkis, Joan
     Last Roundup [short story]
       [n.p.], 1981

36 6 Hutchison, Stuart
     Just Before the Dawn [one-man play]
       [n.p.], 1978-1980

36 7 Kayopoulos, Denis
     Coming Home [play]
       [n.p.], 1980

36 8 Kingsley-Smith,Terry
     Catholic Hour [novel]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

36 9 Kroll, Leon; Krause, Franka
     Caricature of Williams; My Maiden Fair
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Drawing; sheet music

36 10 Lambert, Gavin
     Inside Daisy Clover
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Unrevised proof

36 11 Leverich, Lyle
     Julian and Maddalo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Treatment for a teleplay series

36 12 Lewis, M. K.
     Locust Lane [play]
       [n.p.], 1982

36 13 Lyndon, Andrew
     Acting Out [play]
       [n.p.], 1977

36 14 Lowe, Jim
     Gather Round, Children [play]
       [n.p.], 1981

37 1 Malanga, Gerard
     Where Else Can We Go to Escape from the Shimmering Chalice [poem]
       [n.p.], 1965

37 2 Maugham, W. Somerset
     Outstation [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

37 3 Virginia Spencer Carr
     Carson McCullers and the Search for Meaning [dissertation]
       [n.p.], 1969

37 4 Works by and about Carson McCullers
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

     Note: Includes The Square Root of Wonderful and Art and Mr. Mahoney

52 7 Works by and about Carson McCullers
        1962
       1 reprint of article "The Achievement of Carson McCullers" by Oliver Evans

37 5 McCulloch, Samuel C.
     Feast of Sant Urbano [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

37 6 McGuane, Thomas
     Bushwhacked Piano
       [n.p.], 1972
        Advance uncorrected proof

37 8 Merten, Julie Diane
     Scrapbook
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Photographs, poems, essays, drawings

38 1 Minoca [?]; Mitrovich, Marta
     Drawing of Frank Merlo; Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.] & 1968

38 2 Nikolov, Nikola
     Short stories
       [n.p.], 1978

38 3-4 Nizer, Louis
     Chapter From My Life in Court
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Memoir

38 5 Ozag, Lisa
     Spellbound The Red River [poetry]
       [n.p.], 1977-1979

38 6 Paglia, James
     Summer Ennui [play]
       [n.p.], 1981

38 7 Parks, Jarvin
     Selected Poems
       [n.p.], 1967
        Booklet of poems

38 8 Perret, Edmund
     Red Rocker Light [short story]
       [n.p.], 1980

     Note: Inscribed by author

38 9 Pinckert, Francine
     Knight's Landing
       [n.p.], 1967
        Unrevised proof

38 10 Ramington, John
     Poems for Private Distribution
       [n.p.], 1971

     Note: Inscribed by author

38 11 Rasky, Harry
     No Big Deal [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

38 12 Rasky, Harry
     Nobody Swings on Sunday [memoir]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       149 pages (1-149)

     Note: With introduction by Tennessee Williams

39 1-2 Rasky, Harry
     Nobody Swings on Sunday [memoir]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       41 pages (150-591)

39 3 Rayman, Robert
     Bedrock [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

39 4 Rorem, Ned
     Pastry Shop
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Monolog-Burlesque

39 5 Sexton, Anne
     Live or Die [book of poetry]
       [n.p.], 1966

     Note: Published by Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston

39 6 Schulberg, Budd
     From the Ashes
       [n.p.], 1967
       1 Copy of introduction

39 7 Silbert, Eve
     Stranieri [short story]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

39 8 Smith, William Jay
     Straw Market and Tall Poets
       [n.p.], 1966-1979
        Play and Poem

39 9 Sorrentino, Gilbert
     Neon
       [n.p.], n.d.
        Literary magazine

39 10 Stewart, Joe B.
     Mindfucke
       [n.p.], 1968
        Magazine

     Note: Inscribed by editor

52 7 Stewart, Joe B.
     The Circle
        1968
       1 magazine inscribed by Stewart

39 11 Tchelitchew, Pavel and Thom, Robert
     Drawing; Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

40 1 Thompson, Ernest
     Lessons [play]
       [n.p.], 1978

40 2 Tillinghast, Richard
     Sewanee in Ruins [poems]
       [n.p.], 1982

40 3 Torres, A. M.
     Infinite Intermezzo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Novel

40 4 Trocchi, Alexander
     Cain's Book
       [n.p.], 1960
        Uncorrected proof

40 5 Turner, Dennis
     Give my Regards to Broadway [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

40 6 Vaccaro, Marion Black
     Poem book
       [n.p.], 1974

40 7 Vass, Viola Veidt, Frank Ventgen and Vertes [drawings, poster, story]
       [n.p.], [1979-1981, n.d.]

40 8 Welty, Eudora
     Why I Live at the P.O. [play]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

40 9 Williams, Dakin Walter
     Short stories
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

40 10 Wilson, Julia Homer; Donald Windham, Workman, Chuck
     Drawing; Program; Screenplay
       [n.p.], [1971 & n.d.]

     Note: Program for The Starless Air, May 13, 1943 is acq. 304754

41 1 Yates, Richard
     Eleven Kinds of Loneliness [short stories]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

52 7 Yoo, Chi-jen
     Korean paperback,
        n.d.

41 2 Youghn, Pat
     Writings
       [n.p.], 1977-1978

41 3 & 4 Young, Frederic
     Many Ingenious Lovely Things [novel]
       [n.p.], [n.d.]

41 5 Young, Marguerite
     Miss McIntosh, My Darling
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
        Reviews of novel

41 6-12 Unidentified writings, drawings and poems
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       7 folders

42 1-11 Unidentified writings, drawings and poems
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       11 folders


V. Photographs


Note: This series contains snapshots as well as professional and news photographs of Tennessee Williams, his family, and friends. In particular, there are many pictures of Williams' longtime companion, Frank Merlo, and of his close friend, Maria Britneva St. Just. There are also photographs of productions and of celebratory events, as well as works by professional photographers and stills from 1950s MGM productions.

   --Personal and professional

43 1 Tennessee Williams and Friends
       [v.p.], 1900s-1980s
       56 photographs

     Note: Williams as child and young man [acq 293/4 Jan 1990]; with Herbert Machiz at Gotham Book Mart [acq 599624];Williams, photos sent by Frederick Nicklaus [acq 490 (Mixer)/6 Sept 1983]; various photos of Williams with actors, friends colleagues including group 1948 picture at the Gotham Book Mart [acq 293 10 27 83]

43 2 and 3 Tennessee Williams
       [v.p.], 1910s - 1982
       137 photographs & prints

43 4 Tennessee Williams and pets
       [v.p.], 1950s-1970s
       68 photographs

43 5 Key West House
       [Key West, FL], [n.d.]
       10 photographs

     Note: Of Key West house, hurricane damage, and art

43 6 Thomas Lanier Williams II
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 framed photograph, torn

44 1 Walter Edwin Dakin
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 framed photograph

44 2 Walter Edwin Dakin
       [n.p.], 1900s-1950s
       18 photographs

     Note: Of grandfather Dakin, some with wife Rosina Dakin and friends

44 3 Williams and Dakin families
       [v.p.], [v.d.]
       14 photographs

44 4 Edwina Dakin Williams, mother Rosina Dakin and family
       [n.p.], 1900s-1980
       16 photographs

44 5 Rose Williams
       [n.p.], 1910s-1978
       12 photographs

44 6 Dakin Williams and family
       [n.p.], 1960s
       4 photographs

44 7-8 Frank Merlo
       [n.p.], 1940s-1960s
       158 photographs
       25 negatives

     Note: Negatives of Merlo, some with Williams and friends

45 1 Frank Merlo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 photo scrapbook

45 2 Maria Britneva St. Just, family and Williams
       [n.p.], 1940s-1980s
       27 photographs

     Note: St. Just, some with family and Williams

45 3 St. Just with daughters
       [n.p.], 1960s
       1 framed photgraph

45 4-6 Tennessee Williams and friends
       [n.p.], 1940s-1970s
       298 photographs
       4 negatives

     Note: Of Williams, family, friends, artists, and celebrities

46 1-3 Tennessee Williams
       [n.p.], 1940s-1980s
       160 photographs

     Note: Of Williams, family, artists, celebrities, and events

46 4 Artists
       [n.p.], 1950s-1980s
       63 photographs

     Note: Of writers, actresses, painters, etc. including Truman Capote, Elizabeth Ashley, Christopher Isherwood, Anna Magnani, Anne Meacham, Sylvia Miles, Eugene O'Neill, Geraldine Page, Anthony Quinn, Johnny Ray, Laurette Taylor and Michael York

46 5 Actor glossies
       [n.p.], 1960s-1980s
       56 photographs

   --Production Photographs

46 6 Camino Real
       [New York], 1953
       9 photographs

     Note: From original New York production

46 7 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
       New York, Italy, and France, 1950, 1982
       4 photographs

     Note: 1 Original production; 3 of Roman and French production

47 1 The Glass Menagerie
       [v.p.], [n.d.]
       7 photographs

     Note: From several productions

47 2 Ladies of Larkspur Lotion
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 photograph

     Note: [acq Brander Matthews]

47 3 Period of Adjustment
       Sweden, [n.d.]
       2 photographs

     Note: From Swedish production

47 4 Night of the Iguana
       [New York], 1961, 1964
       8 photographs

     Note: From the original New York production and from the film

47 5 Orpheus Descending
       Australia and Greece, 1980-1981
       6 photographs

47 6 Red Devil Battery Sign
       Vancouver, BC, 1980-1981
       1 photograph

     Note: Vancouver Playhouse production

47 7 Rose Tattoo
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       3 photographs

47 8 Senso
       [n.p.], 1954
       6 photographs

47 9 Stairs to the Roof
       Pasadena, CA, 1947
       6 photographs

     Note: From Pasadena Playhouse production

47 10 Streetcar Named Desire
       [n.p.], 1951-1980
       28 photographs

     Note: From various productions

47 11 Suddenly Last Summer
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       5 photographs

     Note: From various productions

47 12 Summer and Smoke
       Denmark, 1949
       1 photograph

47 13 Sweet Bird of Youth
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       3 photographs

     Note: 2 from original New York production [acq Brander Matthews]; 1 of production starring Ed Harris as Chance

47 14 Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       1 photograph

     Note: From production starring Meryl Streep

47 15 Two Character Play
       [n.p.], [n.d.] and 1976
       2 photographs

     Note: One from San Francisco production starring Fred Ward

47 16 Vieux Carre
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       13 photographs

47 17 Unidentified Productions
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       44 photographs

47 18 Icons
       [n.p.], 1922, 1972
       1 framed photo of D. H. Lawrence

47 19 Icons
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       2 magazine prints of Hart Crane
       2 photographs of Marlene Dietrich
       3 inscribed photographs of Ernest Hemingway
       1 article on D. H. Lawrence
       1 photograph of Edna St. Vincent Millay

47 20 Art photography
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       25 photographs and prints

48 1 Art Photography: Bill Viggiano
       [n.p.], 1980
       33 photographs of the homeless with correspondence and notes
       2 photographs of scenes

48 2 Copies of photographs used in exhibits
       [n.p.], [n.d.]
       7 photographs of Tennessee Williams and productions

   --Film Stills

48 3 Various productions
       [v.p.], 1920s-1950s
       46 photographs from various movies, mostly MGM productions

48 4 Conspirator
        1950
       5 stills

48 5 Beau Brummel
        1954
       34 stills

48 6-8 Deep In My Heart
        1954
       57 stills

48 9 Devil Makes Three
        1952
       20 stills

49 1 Green Dolphin Street
        1955
       59 stills

49 2-3 Ivanhoe
        1952
       84 stills

49 4 Kissing Bandit
        1948
       15 stills

49 5 Last Time I Saw Paris
        1954
       70 stills

49 6 Lili
        1952
       37 stills

49 7-8 Lovely To Look At
        1952
       98 stills

50 1 Merton of the Movies
        1947
       7 stills

50 2 Please Believe Me
        1950
       31 stills

50 3 Romance of Rosy Ridge
        1947
       4 stills

50 4 Skipper Surprised His Wife
        1950
       27 stills

50 5 Tender Trap (1955); Unfinished Dance (1947),
        1947, 1955
       5 stills

50 6 Washington Story
        1952
       20 stills

50 7 Yellow Cab Man
        1950
       41 stills

50 8 Young Bess
        1953
       42 stills


VI. Audiotapes, 1960-1970 & Undated, 5 linear ft.


Note: 13 reel to reel audiotapes

50  Once Over Lightly, November 1, 1960; David Frost TV, January, 1970; An Evening with Tennessee Williams, Waterfront Playhouse, May 1, 1970 (2); Laugh In, Pt. I
        n.d., 1960-1970
       6 reel to reel audiotapes

Tape 1  Audiotapes: 2 unidentified
       2 reel to reel audiotapes

Tape 2  Audiotapes: In The Winter Of Cities read by David Lobdell; Tennessee Williams, Maureen Stapleton and other actors; 1 unidentified
       3 reel to reel audiotapes.

Tape 3  Audiotapes: Laurindo Almeida Spanish Guitars; Erich Leinsdorf, The Sound of Wagner
       2 reel to reels