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Set design drawings
|Named Person:||Boris Aronson; Paul Bigelow; Cheryl Crawford; David Diamond; Leon Kroll; James Laughlin; David Lobdell; Carson McCullers; Jo Mielziner; Maureen Stapleton; Eli Wallach; Glenway Wescott; Donald Windham; Boris Aronson; Paul Bigelow; Cheryl Crawford; David Diamond; Leon Kroll; James Laughlin; David Lobdell; Carson McCullers; Jo Mielziner; Maureen Stapleton; Eli Wallach; Glenway Wescott; Donald Windham|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Description:||7 linear ft. (614 items in 10 boxes and 10 oversize folders).|
The manuscripts include: "Battle of Angels"; "A Streetcar Named Desire"; "The Glass Menagerie"; "Summer and Smoke"; "Now and at the Hour of Our Death"; "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof"; "Portrait of a Girl in Glass"; "Hard Candy"; "Orpheus Descending"; "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"; "You Touched Me"; "Desire and the Black Masseur"; "The Kingdom of Earth"; "The Rose Tattoo"; "The Eclipse of the Sun"; "A Balcony in Ferrara"; "Camino Real"; "The Gnadiges Fraulein"; "A Kind of Love"; "Broken Glass in the Morning"; "Suddenly Last Summer"; and "Tent Worms."
There is the typescript, with ms. corrections, of "Mes Cahiers Noirs," an unpublished diary ca. 1979.
Typewritten manuscript dating from the early 1940s of two unpublished sonnets; the mimeographed script of the David Frost interview, 21 Jan. 1970; letters to, by, or from: Herbert Machiz, Josephine Healy, Paul Bigelow, Audrey Wood (Williams' agent), Cheryl Crawford, David Diamond, James Laughlin, Glenway Wescott, Charles Feldman, Rose Williams, Edwina Williams, Edwin Dakin, Dakin Williams, and Carson McCullers; the manuscript of 9 poems, one of which "Poem for Paul" does not appear to have been published; set designs by Boris Aronson and Jo Mielziner; portrait of Williams by Leon Kroll; portrait of Rose Williams by Florence Van Steeg; portrait of Edwina Williams by Simon Branders.
Scripts for TWO CHARACTER PLAY; THIS IS; VIEUX CARRÉ; A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COEUR; A HOUSE NOT MEANT TO STAND; NOW THE CATS WITH JEWELLED CLAWS; THE YOUTHFULLY DEPARTED; A CAVALIER FOR MILADY; THE RED DEVIL BATTERY SIGN. Also, TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' "GRAND": a teleplay by Trace Johnson.
Among the programs is one from THE ROSE TATTOO'S first performance with signatures by Maureen Stapleton, Eli Wallach and others, and a STARLESS AIR program, signed by Williams, Donald Windham, and Margaret Phillips.
Director's archive for TIGERTAIL.
There is one box of books by and about Williams with annotations by Jay Leo Colt.
- Aronson, Boris, -- 1900-1980.
- Bigelow, Paul, -- -1961.
- Crawford, Cheryl, -- 1902-1986.
- Diamond, David, -- 1915-2005.
- Kroll, Leon, -- 1884-1974.
- Laughlin, James, -- 1914-1997.
- Lobdell, David.
- McCullers, Carson, -- 1917-1967.
- Mielziner, Jo, -- 1901-1976.
- Stapleton, Maureen.
- Wallach, Eli, -- 1915-2014.
- Wescott, Glenway, -- 1901-1987.
- Windham, Donald.
- American drama -- 20th century.
- Dramatists, American -- 20th century.
- Short stories, American -- 20th century.
- American drama.
- Dramatists, American.
- Short stories, American.