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Tennessee Williams papers, 1920-1983

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Series I: Correspondence

1907-1983. 4 linear ft. The Correspondence series is divided into: Cataloged Correspondence; Dakin Williams Files; 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.


Subseries I.1: Cataloged Correspondence, 1920-1982

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



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


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


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

[With portrait photograph and envelope]


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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 1 Bergen, Candice To Tennessee Williams



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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 2 Bowden, Charles To Tennessee Williams



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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With 1 envelope, one photocopy]


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

[With 1 envelope]


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



Box 53 Folder 3 Bowles, Paul To Tennessee Williams



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

[Photocopy]



Box 53 Folder 4 Bowles, Paul to Audrey Wood



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



Box 53 Folder 5 Boyle, Kay To Tennessee Williams



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

[Transcript of typed letter]


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

[With envelope; Isabel was Williams's aunt]



Box 78 Folder 3 Carroll, Robert To Tennessee Williams, Charleston, West Virginia, 2 pages, March 14, 1979

With envelope.


Box 78 Folder 2 Carroll, Robert To Tennessee Williams, Holley Hotel, 1 page, December 3, 1979

With envelope marked "Special Delivery".



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


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

[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]



Box 53 Folder 6 Crawford, Cheryl To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 7 Dalrymple, Jean To Tennessee Williams



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


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[Invitation to a party for Tennessee]


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



Box 53 Folder 8 Ford, Charles Henri To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 9 Gadge [Elia Kazan] To Tennessee Williams



Box A 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.

[With copy of 14 page memo]


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


Box A 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.

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 10 Gish, Lillian To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 11 Goyen, William To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 12 Hall, Peter To Tennessee Williams



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



Box 53 Folder 13 Hellman, Lillian To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 14 Hepburn, Katharine To Tennessee Williams



Box A 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.


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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 15 Houseman, John To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 16 Hughes, Catherine To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 17-18 ICM To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 19 Kanin, Garson To Tennessee Williams



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

[With 3 envelopes]


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



Box 53 Folder 9 Kazan, Elia To Tennessee Williams

Signed Gadge.



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

[Includes two letters in re: Kazan]


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

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


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

[Signed 'Gadg']



Box 53 Folder 20 Kazan, Elia To Tennessee Williams



Box 78 Folder 4 Kazan, Elia To Tennessee Williams, 1 page, July 4, 1976



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


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

[With envelope]


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

[Both with envelopes]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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



Box 53 Folder 21 Laughlin, James To Tennessee Williams



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

[With envelope]


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

[Includes forwarding letter from Elliot Martin to TW]


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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 22 McGuire, Dorothy To Tennessee Williams



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


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

[Text in Italian]


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


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

[typed copy of letter]


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


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

[With envelopes]


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


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



Box 53 Folder 23 Merrick, David To Tennessee Williams



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


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


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

[One letter from publisher in re: Diary of Anais Nin]



Box 53 Folder 24 Olivier, Laurence To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 25 Papp, Joe To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 26 Plimpton, George To Tennessee Williams



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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[letter dated Sept. 12, 1973 removed from Williams Book collection]


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


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



Box 53 Folder 27 Rowse, A.L. To Tennessee Williams



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

[With two picture cards With comments on verso by St. Just and related correspondence]


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

[With a postscript paragraph in the hand of Lady Maria St. Just]


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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 28 Shepard, Sam To Tennessee Williams



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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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


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

[With related letter and envelope]


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


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



Box 53 Folder 29 Van Rensselare, Philipe To Tennessee Williams



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



Box 53 Folder 30 William, Dakin To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 31 Williams, Edwina To Tennessee Williams



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


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[last part of an incomplete letter]



Box 53 Folder 32 Williams, Tennessee To [] fragment


Box 53 Folder 33 Williams, Tennessee To [] fragment


Box 53 Folder 34 Williams, Tennessee To Bill


Box 53 Folder 35 Williams, Tennessee To Paul Bowles and Murillo


Box 53 Folder 36 Williams, Tennessee To Craig



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


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


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

[With envelope]



Box 53 Folder 37 Williams, Tennessee To Mitch Douglas



Folder 1 Williams, Tennessee To Mitch Douglas, 1 page, May 30, 1979

Describes his work on "The Unusual Punishment of Babe", discusses a biography of Hart Crane. (W/ attached note from Audrey Wood)



Box 53 Folder 38 Williams, Tennessee To Floria


Box 53 Folder 39 Williams, Tennessee To Fred


Box 53 Folder 40 Williams, Tennessee To Gene



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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[both t.l. incomplete]



Box 53 Folder 42 Williams, Tennessee To Lish


Box 53 Folder 41 Williams, Tennessee To Nick


Box 53 Folder 43 Williams, Tennessee To Milton



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


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


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

[written on the back of an a.l. from Maggie to TW]


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


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

[unfinished letter]



Box 53 Folder 44 Williams, Tennessee To Joe Papp



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


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

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



Box 53 Folder 48 Williams, Tennessee To Rose Williams



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


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

[With the beginning of another letter on the last page]


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

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

[letter written by Williams after the opening of Battle of Angels in Boston, With envelope]


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[[With clippings; With envelope]]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[[With envelope]]


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


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



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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope; With clipping]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

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


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


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


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope containing docket by Dakin on the reverse]


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

[enclosed With letter to Dakin Williams dated 19 Dec 1948]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]



Box 78 Folder 6 Williams, Tennessee To Billy, n.d., postcard, n.d.

Accompanying an enclosure not attached, claiming, "unquestionably this is an outrageous story but it may be suitable to these outrageous times. I'd try it on Playboy-or Playgirl or Esquire at a reasonably outrageous price. Love, 10."



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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope With a.n.]


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


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


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


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

[added to t.l.s. from Lawrence S. Kubie]


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


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

[With draft of reply]


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


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

[signed "10"]


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


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[not sent?]


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

[signed "10" and With related telegram]


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

[With envelope]


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

[first page only?]


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


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


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


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


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


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

[signed "10"]


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

[signed "10"]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[copy]


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


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


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

[With a.n. on the same page; With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

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


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

[With envelope With a.n. by Bigelow]


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

[signed "10" and With copy of related letter]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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


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


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


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


Box B Williams, Tennessee To Dakin Williams, New York, 23 Feb 1967, 1 telegram

[a.n. on bottom and back by Dakin [?]; removed from TW's copy of Paradise Lost]


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

[TW replied to Hart on letter Hart wrote TW; copy]


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[Authorizing Frank Roberts' television special]


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

[With envelope]


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

[carbon]


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


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


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


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

[With a.n. at bottom; With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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


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


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


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

[excerpts of two letters in re: TW's family]


Box B 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.

[both photocopies]


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

[includes related letters from Rex Goff and Mitch Douglas; all copies]


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

[includes envelope]


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

[carbon]



Box 53 Folder 45 Williams, Tennessee To Maria St. Just



Box 78 Folder 1 Williams, Tennessee To Mitch Douglas, New Orleans May 30, 1979, 1 page, May 30, 1979

Describes his work on "The Unusual Punishment of Babe", discusses a biography of Hart Crane. (W/ attached note from Audrey Wood)


Box 78 Folder 5 Williams, Tennessee To Mitch Douglas, September 18, 1980, Telegram, September 18, 1980



Box 53 Folder 46 Williams, Tennessee To Anne Targ


Box 53 Folder 47 Williams, Tennessee To Westen



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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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

[With envelope]


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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


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


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

[With envelope]


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

[With copy of letter encl.; With envelope]


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


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


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

[carbon]


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


Box B 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.


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

[one carbon]



Box 53 Folder 49 Wood, Audrey To Tennessee Williams



Box B 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: 1 letter written by Morton Leavy to Audrey Wood]


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


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

[2 have a.n. on bottom]


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

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


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

[With postcript note in hand of Audrey Wood]


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


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


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

[carbon copy of letter dictated by Audrey Wood]


Box B 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.

[includes one envelope]


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

[includes letters by John Reich and Robert De Maria to Audrey Wood forwarded to TW]


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

[includes letters by others in re: Milktrain]


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

[one letter is missing the first page]


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



Box 53 Folder 50 Worth, Irene To Tennessee Williams


Box 53 Folder 51 York, Michael To Tennessee Williams


Subseries I.2: Daken Williams Files

1907-1959. In Box 1 of General Correspondence. 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.



Box 1 Folder 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.

[Includes 3 envelopes; also includes 2 attached notes by DW]


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


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

[includes note from DW and envelope]


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

[includes DW's attached note]


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

[includes note from DW]


Box 1 Folder 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.

[includes two notes from DW]


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


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

[With envelope]


Box 1 Folder 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

[includes 2 envelopes]


Box 1 Folder 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

[includes 2 envelopes]


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

[includes 1 envelope]


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


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

[1 t.l.s. is a photocopy]


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


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

[includes 3 envelopes; 1 t.l.s. With a.n. on bottom]


Box 1 Folder 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.

[includes 1 envelope]


Box 1 Folder 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

[includes 2 envelopes]


Box 1 Folder 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.

[two letters are copies]


Box 1 Folder 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.

[includes 2 envelopes]


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


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


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


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


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

[includes 1 envelope]


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


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


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

[With note from DW, envelope]


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


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

[includes a.n.s. from TW at bottom]


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


Subseries I.3: Letters from Agents & Publishers

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.


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


Box 1 Folder 14 MacGregor, Robert, New Directions, 1957-1981


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



Box 78 Folder 8-11 ICM Partners: Approx. 400 pages of mechanically reproduced permissions contracts and related correspondence (including discussion of works-in-progress and pending revisions), contracts for university appointments or recognitions, and publishing contracts, 1978-1979, 4 folders


Box 78 Folder 12 ICM Partners: Photocopy of seven-page contract between ICM and Ensemble Studio Theater for "Life Boat Drill" (unsigned), including a typed letter from Mitch Douglas to Kurt Dempster of Ensemble, May 24, 1979


Subseries I.4: General Correspondence, 1951-1983

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.



Box 53 Folder 52 Undated [1970s ], Undated, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 53 1956, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 54 1966, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 55 1971, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 56 1972, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 57 1973, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 58 1974, (1 folder)


Box 53 Folder 59 1975, (1 folder)



Box 54 Folder 1 1975, (1 folder)


Box 54 Folder 2-3 1976, (2 folders)


Box 54 Folder 4 1977, (1 folder)


Box 54 Folder 5 1978, (1 folder)


Box 54 Folder 6 1979, (1 folder)


Box 54 Folder 7 1983, (1 folder)



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



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



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



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


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



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


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


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



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



Box XX Folder XX International Creative management. Photocopy of seven-page contract between ICM and Ensemble Studio Theater for Life Boat Drill (unsigned), including a typed letter from Mitch Douglas to Kurt Dempster of Ensemble, 24 May 1979


Box XX Folder XX International Creative management. Approx. 400 pages of mechanically reproduced permissions contracts and related correspondence (including discussion of works-in-progress and pending revisions), contracts for university appointments or recognitions, and publishing contracts, December 1978-January 1979, 4 folders

Series II: Works, 1945-1982 11 linear ft.

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.


Subseries II.1: Plays and Screenplays, 1937-1982

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.



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



Box 58 "All Gaul is Divided" (A teleplay based on "A Lovely Sunday For Creve Coeur"). T.ms. First Draft



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

[See alsoTiger TailandTwenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton]



Box 58 Folder 2 "Baby Doll" Typed fragments



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



Box 58 Folder 3 "A Balcony In Ferrara" T.ms. (photocopy).



Box 78 Folder 15 "A Balcony In Ferrara" T.ms.(88 page copy, with corrections).

Outline in prologue dated March 1944


Box 78 Folder 16 "A Balcony In Ferrara" T.ms.(54 page copy, with corrections).



Box 7 Folder 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]

[On microfilm. Master negative number 92-2107-3 and 92-2107-4. See alsoOrpheus DescendingandThe Fugitive Kind]


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

[See alsoOrpheus DescendingandThe Fugitive Kind]


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


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

[See alsoThe Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore]



Box 58 Folder 4 "Boom" Screenplay. T.ms.



Box 7 Folder 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

[Also known asSixteen Blocks on the Camino Real]


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

[Also known asSixteen Blocks on the Camino Real]


Box 7 Folder 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]



Box 8 Folder 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



Box 78 Folder 17 A Cavalier for Milady, [n.p.], 25 pages (mimeograph)



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



Box 58 Folder 5 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" T.ms. First types draft, April 1979


Box 58 Folder 6 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" First typed draft, April 1979



Box 79 Folder 1 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" First typed draft, April 1979


Box 79 Folder 2 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" First typed draft, April 1979


Box 79 Folder 2 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" First typed draft notes, April 1979


Box 79 Folder 3 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" Revised, March 14


Box 79 Folder 4 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" Post-Broadway Version, Fall 1980


Box 79 Folder 5 "Clothes for a Summer Hotel" Post-Broadway Version, Fall 1980



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

[See alsoSmall Craft WarningsandDragon Country]


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


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

[See alsoA Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur]



Box 79 Folder 6 Creve Coeur, Tms. (carbon), October 1977


Box 79 Folder 7 Creve Coeur , Tms. (carbon) revised, April-May 1978


Box 79 Folder 8 Creve Coeur , Tms. corrected, 8 pages



Box 8 Folder 8 Dame Picque , [n.d.], Typed script pages

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030]



Box 79 Folder 9 The Day on which a Man Dies, Tms. (reproduction)


Box 79 Folder 10 The Day on which a Man Dies, Tms., 36 pages



Box 8 Folder 9 Demolition Downtown , 1971, letter, proofs


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

[See alsoSummer and Smoke]



Box 79 Folder 11 Eccentricities of a Nightingale , Tms. (reproduction), Summer 1976

[See alsoSummer and Smoke]



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



Box 61 Folder 4 Footlights interview, 12/20/1978. T.ms, 14 pages


Box 61 Folder 5 French verbs: List and examples of usage by T. Williams 1 page



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


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

[See alsoBattle of AngelsandOrpheus Descending]


Box 9 Folder 4 Gideon's Point , [n.p.], [n.d.], Annotated draft t. ms.

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030. See alsoIn Masks Outrageous and Austere]


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


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


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

[See also Slapstick Tragedy ]


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

[See alsoSlapstick Tragedy]


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030]


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030]



Box 10 Folder 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]

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030]



Box 80 Folder 1 A House Not Meant To Stand, Tms. (copy), March 30, 1981

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030]



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



Box 78 Folder 14 A House Not Made To Stand Fragment of revised pages 51A, 16, 17



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


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030See alsoGideon's PointandTent Worms]


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


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


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



Box 80 Folder 2 It Happened the Day the Sun Rose , [n.d.], Annotated Tms. (copy)

Title on folder: A Day on Which the Sun Rose


Box 80 Folder 3 It Happened the Day the Sun Rose , [n.d.], Annotated Tms. (copy)



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2030Also known asA Small Object for a CobraandMinerva's Head]


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

[See also short story andSeven Descents of Myrtle]



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

[See also short story andSeven Descents of Myrtle]


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


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

[Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman]


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

[Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman]


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

[Screen adaptation of Williams short stories written with Peter Hoffman]


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

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


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



Box 80 Folder 4 The Latter Days of Celebrated Soubrette, [n.p.], [n.d.], Mimeographed Tms.



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



Box 58 Folder 7 "Life Boat Drill" T.ms., 8/15/1979



Box 80 Folder 5 "Life Boat Drill" T.ms., [n.d.]


Box 80 Folder 6 "Life Boat Drill" T.ms., [n.d.]



Box 59 Folder 3 "The Loss of a Tear-Drop Diamond", May 1980



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

[See alsoCreve Coeur]



Box 80 Folder 7 Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, Correspondence, documents, and revisions, 1979

[See alsoCreve Coeur]


Box 80 Folder 10 Mama's Old Stucco House, Heavly edited typescript, 17 pages, [n.d.]


Box 80 Folder 8 Man Bring This Up Road, Heavly edited typescript, 21 pages, [n.d.]


Box 80 Folder 9 Man Bring This Up Road, Heavly edited typescript, 4 pages, [n.d.]



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

[See alsoBoom]


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

[See alsoBoom]


Box 12 Folder 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

[See alsoBoom]


Box 12 Folder 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]

[See alsoBoom]



Box 13 Folder 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

[See alsoBoom]



Box 80 Folder 11 Moise and the World of Reason: A Short Story , April 1974, Tms. First Draft



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



Box 80 Folder 12 The Mutilated , [n.d.], Tms. (copy)



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


Box 13 Folder 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]


Box 13 Folder 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



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


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

[Free adaptation of Anton Chekhov'sThe Sea Gull]


Box 14 Folder 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]

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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


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



Box 80 Folder 13 One-Arm , Tms. (copy) 77 pages., [n.d.]


Box 80 Folder 14 One-Arm , Tms. (copy) 163 pages., 1969, 1979



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 93-2000-1See alsoBattle of AngelsandThe Fugitive Kind]


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

[See alsoBattle of AngelsandThe Fugitive Kind]


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

[See alsoBattle of AngelsandThe Fugitive Kind]



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

[See alsoTwo Character Play]



Box 58 Folder 9 "Out Cry" T.ms., Revised, March1973


Box 58 Folder 8 "Out Cry" T.ms.



Box 61 Folder 7 Statement on "Out Cry". Tms.



Box 15 Folder 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]


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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



Box 59 Folder 1 Poems by Tennessee Williams



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

[Part of evening of plays entitledTriple Play]


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


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]



Box 59 Folder 4 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., First Draft, August 1973


Box 59 Folder 8 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., First Draft, August 1973


Box 59 Folder 5 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., May 1976



Box 60 Folder 1 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., First typed version, August 1973.



Box 59 Folder 7 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms. (thermofax) fragments



Box 60 Folder 2 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., August 28, 1981



Box 15 Folder 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]


Box 15 Folder 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, photographs



Box 59 Folder 6 "Red Devil Battery Sign" T.ms., Revised, January 1974



Box 81 Folder 1 "Red Devil Battery Sign" Tms. (copy), with corrections, September 1975


Box 81 Folder 2 "Red Devil Battery Sign" Tms. (copy), July 1979


Box 81 Folder 3 "Red Devil Battery Sign" Tms., 134 pages (lightly penciled number "9" in upper, right-hand corner.), Summer 1975


Box 81 Folder 1 "Red Devil Battery Sign" Tms. (copy), with corrections, September 1976



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


Box 15 Folder 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]


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


Box 15 Folder 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]



Box 16 Folder 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]


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


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



Box 81 Folder 5 Secret Places of the Heart, 97 pages print out, [n.d.]



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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

[See alsoKingdom of Earth]


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


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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


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



Box 60 Folder 4 "Some Problems for the Moose Lodge", May 1980


Box 60 Folder 3 "Some Problems for the Moose Lodge"



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


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


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



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


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



Box 81 Folder 6 Stopped Rocking, Tms., 9 pages, January 1979


Box 81 Folder 7 Stopped Rocking , Tms. (copy) First Draft, 122 pages, March 19, 1979


Box 81 Folder 8 Stopped Rocking , Tms. (copy), 81 pages, 1979



Box 82 Folder 1 Stopped Rocking, Tms. (copy), 96 pages, 1979


Box 82 Folder 2 Stopped Rocking, Tms. (copy), 81 pages, 1979



Box 17 Folder 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]


Box 17 Folder 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]


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


Box 17 Folder 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]


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


Box 17 Folder 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]



Box 18 Folder 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]


Box 18 Folder 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]


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



Box 69 Folder 2 Poster for Swedish production of Suddenly Last Summer (double bill with Major Barbara) 14x18 in.



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


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


Box 18 Folder 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]


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


Box 18 Folder 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].

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031See alsoGideon's PointandIn Masks Outrageous and Austere]



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]



Box 60 Folder 5 "This Is (An Entertainment)" T.ms.



Box 82 Folder 3 "This Is (An Entertainment)" T.ms. Heavily Annotated and noted "Jim Burke #5"


Box 82 Folder 4 "This is the Peaceable Kingdom" T.ms. 32 pages, Spring and Summer 1978



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



Box 82 Folder 5 "Three Works for the Lyric Theatre" Tms. (copy), 80 pages. (Holograph "5" on title page)



Box 19 Folder 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]

[See alsoBaby DollandTwenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton]


Box 19 Folder 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]

[See alsoBaby DollandTwenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton]


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

[See alsoBaby DollandTwenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton]



Box 60 Folder 6 "Tiger Tale" T.ms., September 1977 (Atlanta Stage Manager's Copy), September 1977



Box 82 Folder 6 "Tiger Tale" Tms. (copy) 87 pages, May 1977


Box 82 Folder 7 "Tiger Tale" Tms. (copy), July 1970


Box 82 Folder 8 "Tiger Tale" Tms. (copy) 84 pages, September 1979. Final revision., September 1979



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

[See alsoBaby DollandTiger Tail]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]



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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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

[See alsoOut Cry]


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


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



Box 60 Folder 7 'Two Plays" T.ms., September 1, 1971



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



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



Box 60 Folder 8 "Vieux Carré" T.ms. Revised, January 1978


Box 60 Folder 9 "Vieux Carré" T.ms. British Version Notes.



Box 83 Folder 1 "Vieux Carré". T.ms. (copy) Nottingham Playhouse


Box 83 Folder 2 "Vieux Carré". T.ms. (copy) Nottingham Playhouse #4


Box 83 Folder 3 "Vieux Carré". T.ms. (copy)


Box 83 Folder 4 "Vieux Carré". T.ms. (printed with covers).



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]



Box 83 Folder 5 Will Mr. Merriwether Return From Memphis? . Tms. (copy)


Box 83 Folder 6 Will Mr. Merriwether Return From Memphis?. Tms. (copy), September 1969. Revised., September 1969



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


Box 21 Folder 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]


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


Box 21 Folder 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


Box 21 Folder 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

[See alsoConfessionalandSmall Craft Warnings]



Box 22 Folder 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

[See alsoConfessionalandSmall Craft Warnings]


Box 22 Folder 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

[See alsoThe Gnadiges Fraulein]


Box 22 Folder 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


Box 22 Folder 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


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



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


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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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


Subseries II.2: Stories & Poetry

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.



Box 63 Folder 12 "An Old Ryyme" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 3 "Blossom's Treat" (Poem), [n.d.], 2 pages, Typed



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



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



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



Box 63 Folder 4 "Compass" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 5 "Definitions" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



Box 23 Folder 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]


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


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



Box 63 Folder 6 "Elegy (For A.E.Housman)" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Manuscript


Box 63 Folder 7 "First 10 lines of Canterbury Pilgrims" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Manuscript



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



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



Box 63 Folder 7 "Grind me up / Destroy me, my friends!" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Manuscript



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



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



Box 63 Folder 8 "Here wisdom absolute doth hold its sway" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



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


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


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



Box 63 Folder 8 "Lament" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 9 "Machinal" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



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



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



Box 63 Folder 11 "The Mind Does Not Forget" (Poem), [n.d.], 2 pages, Manuscript


Box 63 Folder 10 "The Mind Does Not Forget" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



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



Box 63 Folder 12 "The Mind Does Not Forget" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



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



Box 63 Folder 13 "Ozark" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 14 "Ozark Cabin" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



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



Box 63 Folder 6 "Pieria" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed



Box 59 Folder 2 Poems by Tennessee Williams (With a cover letter from Frederick R Martin to Bill Barnes, May 20, 1976)



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


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

[See also Audiotapes]


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


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


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



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



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



Box 61 Folder 1 Statement to be presented to Knopf Publishers re. the Dotson Rader book. T.ms, 3 pages



Box 63 Folder 15 "The Stone of Sisyphus" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 16 "The Stone of Sisyphus" (Poem), [n.d.], 1 page, Typed


Box 63 Folder 17 "Testament: A Collection of Verse, Sonnets" (Poem), [n.d.], 5 pages, Typed


Box 63 Folder 18 "Two Sonnets" (Poem), [n.d.], 2 pages, Typed



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


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



Box 61 Folder 2 "Wolf's Hour" (poem), 1974. T.ms.,1 page



Box 63 Folder 19 "The Workers Are Sleeping/The Mind At Morning" (Poem), [n.d.], 10 pages, Typed


Subseries II.3: Other Works & Related Material



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

[On microfilm. Master negative number 2000-2031]


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



Box 61 Folder 29 "On Receiving Various Honors…" Tms., 5 pages



Box 52 Folder 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



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


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

[See also audiotapes]



Box 61 Folder 6 "When You Betray me, If You Betray Me" Statement on the production of his play [This Is (An Entertainment)]. 3 pages.


Subseries II.4: Works Based on the Writings of Tennessee Williams



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


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


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


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


Subseries II.5: Journals, Memoirs, and Biography


Journals:



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



Box 63 Folder 1 Journal, 1944-1945, Spiral notebook.

Williams opens his entries in this notebook with the following entry: "I lost my last journal on Fire Island in May and I haven't kept one since."

Includes his observations on the first production of "The Glass Menagerie".


Box 63 Folder 2 Journal, 1946-1947, Spiral notebook.

Williams was working on "A Chart of Anatomy", that would become "Summer and Smoke", and "Poker Night", that would become "A Streetcar Named Desire", during the fall and winter of 1946.

On December 24, 1946 he writes" "I worked on 'Poker Night' and find it surprisingly close to completion. All in all I think it's better than 'Chart'. Simpler and straighter & therefore more forceful."


Memoirs:

This is an extensive file containing various drafts of hisMemoirs



Box 54 Folder 8 Introduction. T.ms., 2 pages


Box 54 Folder 9 "Some Prefatory remarks by the Playwright". T.ms., 8 pages


Box 54 Folder 10 Introduction. A.ms, 3 pages


Box 54 Folder 11 Autobiography. T.ms., 43 pages


Box 54 Folder 12 Miscellaneous entries


Box 54 Folder 13 Material for, 1973


Box 54 Folder 14 Re. his heart attack


Box 54 Folder 15-16 Memoirs. T.ms.



Box 55 Folder 1-8 Memoirs, (8 folders)



Box 56 Folder 1-2 Memoirs, (2 folders)



Box 26 Folder 1 Biographical works, [n.p.], 1972, title: Tennessee Williams' South



Box 52 Folder 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.


Subseries II.6: Awards & Honors



Box 26 Folder 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



Box 69 Folder 5 Certificate signed the President of Endorsements Inc. giving the Big Name Award to Williams as the most wanted name for testimonial advertising, 1957. 25x31 cm.


Box 69 Folder 5 Certificate signed by the May or of Monroe County, Florida making Williams an honorary Conch and citizen of the Florida Keys, undated. 28x41 cm.


Box 69 Folder 5 Certificate making Williams an honorary citizen of New Orleans, signed by the May or and councilman, August 6, 1970. 27x38 cm.


Box 69 Folder 5 Friends who contributed to the Tennessee Williams Plaque in the Auditorium of the Monroe County Public Library, 1975. 320x257 mm.


Box 69 Folder 5 Key West Proclamation declaring January 24, 1980 "Tennessee Williams Day", January 16, 1980., January 24, 1980


Box 69 Folder 5 The City of New York May or's award of honor for artists and culture, signed by Ed Koch, February10, 1982. 23x41 cm.



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


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


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



Box 70 Folder 3 New York Drama Critics Circle Award, 1961-1962 signed, 50x37 cm., 1961-1962



Box 71 Folder 3 Proclamation, dated March 25, 1981 signed by May or Jane M. Byrne making March26, 1981 "Tennessee Williams Day" in Chicago in honor of his 70th birthday., March 25, 1981, March26, 1981



Box 67 Folder 5 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Print copy of New York Drama Critics Circle Award, 1955.


Box 67 Folder 5 The Glass Menagerie. Billboard Second Annual Donaldson Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Theatre, 1944-45, signed.


Subseries II.7: Works About Tennessee Williams



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


Box 27 Folder 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



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


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


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


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


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



Box 51 Folder 4-6 Articles about Tennessee Williams, 1953-1981



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

Series III: Personal

1941-1983. 2.5 linear ft. This series contains notebooks, address books, date books, messages, financial papers, medical records, post cards, memorabilia, ads, and clippings.



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


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


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



Box 51 Folder 6 Notes and doodles, n.d.



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



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


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


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


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



Box 31 Folder 1 Memorabilia and realia, [n.p.], [n.d.], Menus, ads, flyers, posters, etc.


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


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



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


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


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


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



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



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

[Arranged alphabetically by subject name]


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

[Arranged chronologically]



Box 52 Folder 4 Programs of plays by others, 1978-1981



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

[Arranged alphabetically by subject]


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

[Arranged chronologically]



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


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


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


Objects



Box 66 Keys, Over 100 house keys, etc.


Box 66 Pencil sharpener; Ashtay; Swingline Stapler



Box 67 Folder 1 Certificate of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, signed by Jimmy Carter, June 9, 1980. Enclosed in a blue portfolio. 30x37 cm.


Box 67 Folder 5 The Glass Menagerie. Annual Award of The New York Drama Critics Circle for 1944-45, April 10, 1945 signed by President Howard Barnes., April 10, 1945


Box 67 Folder 2 Certificate of Medal of Achievement conferred by Brandeis University, enclosed in a blue portfolio, undated. 29x37 cm


Box 67 Folder 3 Arnaud's "Dans le Coeur du Vieux Carre de la Nouvelle Orleans" a la carte menu. 28x36 cm. 4 leaves.


Box 67 Folder 3 Aries horoscope poster. 25x35 cm.


Box 67 Folder 7 Summer and Smoke. Book, "To Mr. Williams: Sincere greetings and best wises from the cast of Summer and Smoke".

Series IV: Documents


Mississippi State Board of Health:



Box 61 Folder 20 Request for Birth certificate of Rose Isabel Williams, April 26, 1976


Box 61 Folder 20 Regarding the Birth certificate of Thomas Lanier Williams.


Box 61 Folder 21 Agreement between Tennessee Williams and Steven Abbott re. interview, 6/16/1975


Box 61 Folder 14 Dick Cavett Show. Guest Information Sheet, May 16, 1979


Box 61 Folder 15 Contract for Untitled Stories by Tennessee Williams, June 30, 1983


Box 61 Folder 16 Contract for Red Devil Battery Sign by Tennessee Williams, September 26, 1975


Box 61 Folder 17 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Sweet Bird of Youth Revised Production Schedule, July 22, 1973


Box 61 Folder 19 ICR Lectures by T. Williams. Contract Price. (3 contracts), 1979


Box 61 Folder 18 ICR Booking Change memorandum, May 30, 1984



Box 69 Folder 3 Ad mockup for radio station WPAT. 93 AM-FM, Williams in wicker armchair.


Box 69 Folder 6 Menu from Nanni Al Valletto, "Lee Eastmen" is written on the back in ink.

Series V: Works by Others

1934-1982. 5 linear ft. 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.



Box 52 Folder 5 Acuff, Donald Prandles and Prazads, 1971, 1 poem



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



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



Box 61 Folder 8 "Andy Warhol's Interview". Mss. notes


Box 61 Folder 9 Arnould, Eugene R. "Mister Tennessee Williams: The Past Ten Years" 40 pages



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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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



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


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


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



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


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


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


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



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



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


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


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


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


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


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



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


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



Box 55 Folder 6 Hintz, Evelyn Mosaic, 1980, 1 journal



Box 67 Folder 6 Camino Real. Al Hirschfeld cartoon from The New York Time, March 15, 1953. Lacquered to wood, 11x13



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

[ First draft]


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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



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


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



Box 61 Folder 3 Tory, Jane. KCMS radio interview transcript. T.ms, 3 pages



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


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

[IncludesThe Square Root of WonderfulandArt and Mr. Mahoney]



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



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


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


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



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


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


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


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


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


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


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

[Inscribed by author]


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


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

[Inscribed by author]


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


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

[With introduction by Tennessee Williams]



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


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



Box 61 Folder 11 Robinson, Lou "Review of Clothes for a Summer Hotel"



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


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

[Published by Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston]


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


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


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


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


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

[Inscribed by editor]



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



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



Box 61 Folder 12 Teitle, Nathan "In the Country of Tennessee Williams"



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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

[Program forThe Starless Air, May 13, 1943 is acq. 304754]



Box 61 Folder 13 Wilson, Lanford. "The Migrants", August 7, 1973



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



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



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


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


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


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



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



Box 78 Folder 13 Unidentified reviewer: "Tennessee Williams and the World of Reason", [n.d.]

Review of "Eight Mortal Ladies Possessed" and "Moise and the World of Reason".

Series VI: Photographs and Art

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.

Subseries Vi.4 contain artwork.


Subseries VI.1: Personal & Professional



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

[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]]


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



Box 71 Folder 8 Portrait photograph of Tennessee Williams by Mario Ajare. Key West, 1980.



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



Box 68 Folder 3 Photograh of Williams at desk holding cigarette in a holder by Robert Kushner of New Orleans. b&w 8xl0 in.


Box 68 Folder 4 Photograh of Tennessee Williams. Head shot printed by Angus McBean, courtesy of New Directions, l1x15 in. (4 copies)



Box 69 Folder 10 9.5 by 7.5 in. black and white photograph of Tennessee Williams and unidentified man in white matting that was used as backing for watercolor. "Photo by: Kenneth Ch 'uan-k' ai Leung, New York, 10025.



Box 68 Folder 5 Photograh of Tennessee Williams by Rik/Kin, Stockholm, Sweden. b&w 9x:11.


Box 68 Folder 5 Photograh of Tennessee Williams, head in hands. 9x12 in.


Box 68 Folder 5 Photograh of Tennessee Williams. Head shot, smiling and wearing billed cap. b&w 11x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Tennessee Williams. Mid shot, standing with hands in pockets, wearing light coat and dark billed cap, by Lawson C. Little, 6/30/78, Key West. 11x 14 b&w


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Tennessee Williams. Matted photo of head shot wearing dark glasses and cap by Bill Viggiano (sig.) of New York. 1980. 1 color 11x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Buffo. Standing photos by Mark Shaw of New York. l1x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Buffo. Standing photos by Mark Shaw of New York. l1x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Buffo reclining in front of cat pillow photos by Mark Shaw of New York. l1x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Williams holding Buffo in NY apartment on E. 58th St. photos by Mark Shaw of New York. l1x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Williams and two bulldogs by Don Pindar of Key West. b&w l1x14 in.


Box 68 Folder 6 Magazine cover of Williams in robe holding a cat


Box 68 Folder 6 Photograh of Williams in robe playing with bulldog on bed b&w photos by Mark Morrow, 1979


Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of Williams seated with sunglasses and glass of wine b&w photos by Mark Morrow, 1979


Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of bulldog by J. Savio, 1981. matted b&w 8x10 in.



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

[Of Key West house, hurricane damage, and art]


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



Box 61 Folder 22 Photograph of Thomas Lanier II by Ray Kutos (With Tennessee Williams' notes on verso).



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


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

[Of grandfather Dakin, some with wife Rosina Dakin and friends]


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


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


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



Box 68 Folder 7 Photograph of Rose, smoking, seated in a lawn chair wearing a wide brimmed sun hat, "Rose of England" written in ink. Photo had been framed. b&w 8xl0 in. photo mounted on l0x12 in board.



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


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

[Negatives of Merlo, some with Williams and friends]



Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of Frank Merlo and companion bending over Portuguese Man O War


Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of Frank Merlo holding up Portuguese Man O War on a stick


Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of Frank Merlo dressed in street clothes, eating on beach



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


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

[St. Just, some with family and Williams]


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


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

[Of Williams, family, friends, artists, and celebrities]



Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Williams seated with bulldog facing unidentified woman in polka dot tie, inscribed by Tennessee. 11 x14 in. b&w photograph


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Williams with cigarette beside unidentified woman in polka dot tie. 11 x14 in. b&w photograph


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Man sitting in front of house, inscribed "For Ten & Frank, always, from Southernmost Chris". 11 x14 in. b&w photograph


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Williams with arm around unidentified male, note dated Key West, April 1979 and signed love, Bill. 11 x14 in. b&w photograph, April 1979


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Tennessee Williams and Jane Bowles on shipboard. One 11.5 by 9.5 inch.


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Williams with Claire Bloom inscribed to Tennessee signed Claire, London, 1974


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Anna Magnani. chin on fist


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Anna Magnani, head shot looking right


Box 68 Folder 8 Photograh of Silvia Miles, Head shot (2), inscribed 1979 was framed with Bill Viggiancl "photo of two trees and a gloomy sky 1978, 1979, 1978


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Ann Meacham. Mid shot inscribed on back "early picture".


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Bidie Sayao, with hand to throat in costume for La Traviata, New York, 1936


Box 68 Folder 9 Bidie Sayao. full shot, fingers to chin in costume for La Traviata, NY, 1956


Box 68 Folder 9 Irene Selznick, inscribed to Tennessee, by Horst Vogue Studios, 11/17/47


Box 68 Folder 9 Page of pasted on photographs with drawing of Trade Winds, 1 photo depicts Marion Black Vaccaro holding poodle


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Marion Black Vaccaro head shot by Marjorie Foley


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Blanche Yurksa, inscribed to Williams dated, 1945


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Gloved woman in hat with flowered brim, inscribed "To Ten With our Love and Admiration.. Gene & Anne"


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of unidentified bearded male


Box 68 Folder 9 Photograh of Helen inscribed to Dearest Tom. 8xl0 in.


Box 68 Folder 10 Photograh of Man in tunic facing crowned man inscribed to Tennessee from "his Welsh fan--Keith, 1973 edges damaged, 9x14 in., 1973


Box 68 Folder 10 Photograh of man with chin in fist, 10x13 in., damaged


Box 68 Folder 10 Photograph of man and woman talking on bed. 1 b&w 11x 14 in.


Box 68 Folder 10 Photograph of Ernest Hemingway, inscribed. 11xl4 in. black and white


Box 68 Folder 10 & 11 Photos of African-American family. Five l1x14 and One l0x13 in.


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograph of Sunset at Pier 48. 1975 signed. 1 b&w l1x14 matted., 1975


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograph man smoking hashish-India. 1975 signed. 1 color l1x14 matted., 1975


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of production of The Glass Menagerie


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of production of A Streetcar Named Desire


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of production of Orpheus Descending (from The World of Tennessee Williams )


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of production of The Night of the Iguana (from The World of Tennessee Williams )


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of production of Suddenly Last Summer (from The World of Tennessee Williams )


Box 68 Folder 11 Photograh of Tennesee Williams. 1972 photo by Jill Krementz, 1972



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

[Of Williams, family, artists, celebrities, and events]



Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of Williams and George Keathly, inscribed by Keathly to Tennessee by Ray Fisher of Miami. 11 x14 in. b&w photograph



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

[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]


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



Box 68 Folder 7 Photograh of unidentified male and Williams smelling flowers. 11 x14 in. b&w photographs



Box 69 Folder 12 Photograh of Eugene O'Neill in white mate, 13x16 in., inscribed to Tennessee. Love, Gene reportedly written by Williams himself .


Box 69 Folder 13 Photograh of man, chin in hand, inscribed from Doug. 12x15 in.


Subseries VI.2: Production Photographs



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

[From original New York production]


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

[1 Original production; 3 of Roman and French production]



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

[From several productions]


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

[ [acq Brander Matthews]]


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

[From Swedish production]


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

[From the original New York production and from the film]


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


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

[Vancouver Playhouse production]


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


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


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

[From Pasadena Playhouse production]


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

[From various productions]


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

[From various productions]


Box 47 Folder 12 Summer and Smoke, Denmark, 1949, 1 photograph


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

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


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

[From production starring Meryl Streep]


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

[One from San Francisco production starring Fred Ward]


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


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


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


Box 47 Folder 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


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



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


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


Subseries VI.3: Film Stills


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


Box 48 Folder 4 Conspirator , 1950, 5 stills


Box 48 Folder 5 Beau Brummel , 1954, 34 stills


Box 48 Folder 6-8 Deep In My Heart , 1954, 57 stills


Box 48 Folder 9 Devil Makes Three , 1952, 20 stills



Box 49 Folder 1 Green Dolphin Street , 1955, 59 stills


Box 49 Folder 2-3 Ivanhoe , 1952, 84 stills


Box 49 Folder 4 Kissing Bandit , 1948, 15 stills


Box 49 Folder 5 Last Time I Saw Paris , 1954, 70 stills


Box 49 Folder 6 Lili , 1952, 37 stills


Box 49 Folder 7-8 Lovely To Look At , 1952, 98 stills



Box 50 Folder 1 Merton of the Movies , 1947, 7 stills


Box 50 Folder 2 Please Believe Me , 1950, 31 stills


Box 50 Folder 3 Romance of Rosy Ridge , 1947, 4 stills


Box 50 Folder 4 Skipper Surprised His Wife , 1950, 27 stills


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


Box 50 Folder 6 Washington Story , 1952, 20 stills


Box 50 Folder 7 Yellow Cab Man , 1950, 41 stills


Box 50 Folder 8 Young Bess , 1953, 42 stills


Subseries VI.4: Art



Box 69 Folder 8 Print of a drawing of a young Rose Williams dated 1977 Oil on canvas portrait of Rose Williams by Florence Ver Steeg in ornate frame, 15x13 in., 1977


Box 69 Folder 8 Bird with blue background, watercolor on paper, 20.5 by 25.5 cm. (Removed from 36 by 41 cm. blue wood frame with silver matting).


Box 69 Folder 9 Tennessee Williams' House. watercolor on paper. 30.5 by 23 cm. Handwriting on back of frame says: Watercolor of Tennessee Williams' house obscured.


Box 69 Folder 9 Man standing by bed. Print.


Box 69 Folder 1 Boris Aronson. Wash drawing for Orpheus Descending .



Box 67 Folder 3 Sketch pad with pencil drawings by unknown. 25x38 cm.



Box 72 Folder 1 Watercolor of Tennessee Williams' house at 1431 Duncan Street, Key West, FL by A. Bredin., 1431


Box 72 Folder 2 by Jo Mielziner. Watercolor set designs (2) for Sweet Bird of Youth . Boss Finley's house II-2.


Box 72 Folder 3 Boris Aronson. Watercolor design for the set of the original production of The Rose Tattoo, 1951


Box 72 Folder 4 Joe Mielziner. Watercolor set design forPeriod of Adjustment, 1960 signed., 1960


Box 72 Folder 5 Portrait watercolor of Frank Merlo



Box 68 Folder 1 Two flowers, watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from white, plastic, 30 by 38 cm. frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Woman in a black dress. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. yellow, plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Yellow chick. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. green plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Black house. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. green plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Palm tree. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. red plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Flower. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. green plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 1 Brown house. Watercolor on paper, 27 by 35 cm. (Removed from 30 by 38 cm. yellow plastic frame).


Box 68 Folder 2 Cityscape from harbor. Print of watercolor on paper, signed by Cobelle, 32 by 24 cm. Stamp on back says:"Center Book and Art Shop / 1884 (7) Sixth A venue (56th St.) / New York City" (Removed from 37 by 29 cm. white, wooden frame)., 1884


Box 68 Folder 2 Ink drawing by Pavel Tchelitchew. On back label states, from the collection of Alan Ross McDougal, John JA. Torson Gallery 344 East 55th 8t., New York. The Three muses are C. Berard, Cocteau and Tchelitchew and the central figure is Doggie, 32Ox255 cm. (Removed from brown wooden frame, 34x28 cm.)


Box 68 Folder 2 Dock St. Theatre in Charleston, SC. Print of drawing, print of drawing by Julia Homer Wilson, 23,5 by 32 cm., dated 1971 (Removed from 37 by 47 cm black, wood frame)., 1971



Box 69 Folder 14 Strathmore Alexis Drawing 14 sheet pad, 14x17 in.


Box 69 Folder 15 Artist 11x 14 in. 100 sheet sketchbook (contains only 3 sketches)



Box 71 Folder 3 Print entitled Tennessee William's mother, and signed C. Simon Brandes. No. 14 of 16, 57x45 cm.


Box 71 Folder 6 Jo Mielziner, Outcry, 1973 Directed by Peter Glenville, Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation and Kennedy Center Productions, Lyceum Theatre, NY. Opening (Backstage), watercolor on paper, matted., 1973


Box 71 Folder 7 Jo Mielziner, Outcry, 1973 Directed by Peter Glenville, Produced by David Merrick Arts Foundation and Kennedy Center Productions, Lyceum Theatre, NY. Finale (Sunflower scene), watercolor on paper, matted., 1973



Box 69 Folder 6 Reproduction of drawings by Elizabeth O'Neill Verner. 31x41 cm


Box 69 Folder 11 1 crayon drawing of bearded man [Peter] signed 12-1-81



Mapcase 13-4G-13.5 Outcry . Jo Mielziner. Opening (backstage), Gouache and watercolor mounted on mat. 25x30 in. Produced by David Merrick, directed by Peter Glenville, Arts Foundation and Kennedy Center Productions, Lyceum Theatre, NY.

Series VII: Audio-visual


Subseries VII.1: CDs


Mitch Douglas on Tennessee Williams:


Disk One:



Box 62 Disk 1 The Kindness of Strangness: Reframing Tennessee Williams at 100. Museum of Art and Design, January 9, 2011


Box 62 Disk 1 An Evening with Tennessee Williams: Cherry Jones and Mitch Douglas Lincoln Center's Bruno Walter Auditorium, January 26, 1998


Disk Two:


Box 62 Disk 1 Mitch Douglas Cameo on Nunsense


Box 62 Disk 1 Mitch Douglas on PBS "Where Do Musicals Come from?"


Box 62 Disk 1 Tennessee Williams Interview, 1984


Box 62 Disk 2 Tennessee Williams Institute, October 11, 1980


Box 62 Disk 3 Tennessee Williams, Orlando


Box 62 Disk 4 Tennessee Williams, Knoxville, WUOT Radio, Part I, 6/4/1980 and Part II, 6/6/1980, 6/4/1980, 6/6/1980


Box 62 Disk 5 Tennessee Williams on Dick Cavett Show


Box 62 Disk 6 Serafina (Based on Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo ) Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Performed by Leslie Bricusee, 1970


Box 62 Disk 7 Tennessee Williams. Two Character Play. San Franscisco


Box 62 Disk 8 Tennessee Williams. Red Devil Battery Sign. 2 disks.



Box 83 Folder 12 "On Tennessee Williams". Museum of Art, Lincoln Center. [2 DVDs in one case]

(2019.2020.M069)



Box 69 Folder 4 Long playing album. Tennessee Williams reads Hart Crane, Caedmon. TC


Subseries VII.2: Audiotapes & Cassettes

1960-1970 & undated. 0.5 linear ft. (13 reel to reel tapes and 3 cassette tapes).


Cassette Tapes:



Box 77 "An Evening with Tennessee Williams", Waterfront Playhouse, May 1, 1970, 2 cassette tapes


Box 77 "Two Readings by Tennessee Williams", 1 cassette tapes


Reel-to-Reel Tapes:



Box 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



Box 73 Audiotapes: 2 unidentified, 2 reel to reel audiotapes



Box 74 Audiotape: Tape recording featuring Tennessee Williams, Maureen Stapleton, Pat Hingle, Ralph Laune, and George Grizzard, 1 reel to reel audiotape


Box 74 Audiotape: In The Winter Of Cities read by David Lobdell; Tennessee Williams, Maureen Stapleton and other actors; 1 unidentified, 1 reel to reel audiotape


Box 74 Audiotapes: 1 unidentified, 1 reel to reel audiotape



Box 75 Audiotapes: Laurindo Almeida Spanish Guitars; Erich Leinsdorf The Sound of Wagner, 2 reel to reels

Series VIII: Printed Material and Photocopies of Playscripts


Miscellaneous Printed Items (Posters, Pressbooks, Ads, Broadsides, etc.)


Posters:



Mapcase 13-4G-13.1 The Glass Menagerie . Poster of Polish production at Nowa Huta near Cracow, 1971. 50x69 cm


Mapcase 13-4G-13.1 The Glass Menagerie . Poster of production starring Jessica Tandy and directed by John Dexter. 20x24 cm Gift of Gotham Book Market, 1988


Mapcase 13-4G-13.1 The Glass Menagerie . Poster from Montreal production at Theatre Port Royal, adapted by Rene Dionne, 1982. 60x46 cm


Mapcase 13-4G-13.1 The Glass Menagerie . Poster, Tratr Powszechny w Lodz, undated. 82x58 cm.



Mapcase 13-4G-l3.l Poster for the Spoleto, Italy production on July 2, 1959 at the Festival of Two Worlds with William Inge's The Tiny Closet Poster for the Royal National Theater Production directed by Richard Eyre, 1992 75x51 cm., July 2, 1959, 1992



Box 70 Folder 4 "Bank of Poker Hands," printed poster, 39 by 51 cm.



Box 71 Folder l In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel promotional poster for Eastside Playhouse production directed by Herbert Machiz, 1970 32 by 52 cm., 1970


Box 71 Folder 1 Poster for Danish production of The Rose Tattoo at the Frederiksberg Theater in Copenhagen, 1951 37x53 cm., 1951


Box 71 Folder 1 The Rose Tattoo promotional poster, colored poster, 33 by 54 cm. On reverse handwriting says: "large white mat flack." Removed from 59 by 84 cm. black wood frame with matting.


Box 71 Folder 1 Poster for Glass Menagerie, directed by John Dexter, starring Jessica Tandy at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (Removed from 48 by 64 cm. green wood frame with purple matting and a thin brown border. Sticker on back: The Hidden Frame Shop /8 Havana St. Tel. 294-3891 / Key West, Florida.)


70th Birthday Celebration:



Box 78 Folder 7 Folder for Williams's 70 Birthday celebration, including printed materials and reproductions of letters from figures like Dick Cavett and Elia Kazan.


Pressbooks:



Box 70 Folder l Baby Doll, Warner Bros., Pressbook 24 p.


Box 70 Folder 1 A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, MGM. Pressbook 20 p.


Box 70 Folder 1 The Fugitive Kind, United Artists. Pressbook


Box 70 Folder 2 The Night of the Iguana, MGM. Pressbook 16 p.


Box 70 Folder 2 Period of Adjustment, MGM. Pressbook 16 p.


Box 70 Folder 2 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Warner Bros., 1961. Pressbook 16 p.


Box 70 Folder 2 Suddenly Last Summer, Columbia. Pressbook 8 p.


Box 70 Folder 2 Summer and Smoke, Paramount. Pressbook 12 p.


Box 70 Folder 2 Sweet Bird of Youth, MGM. Pressbook 16 p.



Mapcase 13-4G-13.1 The Glass Menagerie . Advertisement from Variety, February 3, 1977 of Granada Television production starring Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner. 38x58 cm., February 3, 1977



Box 67 Folder 4 Printed broadside of poem "Efebo", published by the Parchment Gallery, 1982 (2 copies), 1982



Box 61 Folder 23 Playbills, programs, etc


Box 61 Folder 24 Cannes Film Festival Rules



Box 83 Folder 7 Direct Theatre. The Lady of Larkspur Lotion. Broadside, with accompanying letter, program, and biography of Edmund Bradley


Box 83 Folder 8 Philharmonic Hall. The Night of the Iguana. Program, June 30, 1964


Box 83 Folder 9 Florida Keys Community College. Will Mr. Merriwether Return From Memphis?. Program, January 25-27, 1980


Box 83 Folder 10 Vancouver Playhouse. The Red devil Battery Sigh. Program Magazine, October 1980


Box 83 Folder 11 American Conservatory Theatre. This Is (An Entertainment). Program, 1976



Box 61 Folder 25 Memorial Service for Robert M. MacGregor, 12/16/1974


Box 61 Folder 26 Invitations


Box 61 Folder 27- 28 Miscellaneous, article, reviews, etc., (2 folders)


Box 61 Folder 10 Hughes, Catherine on Tennessee Williams from American Playwrights, 1945- 1975.



Box 69 Folder 7 The New York Review of Books, Volume XV, No.8., November 5, 1970


Box 69 Folder 7 Lagniappe Jan 21-27, 1978


Box 69 Folder 7 Gambit Volume 3 number 44., November 6-12, 1982



Box 71 Folder 2 8 page newspaper insert ad for Esquire Magazine, 1967. 16x24 in. [p. 5], Tennessee Williams endorsement


Box 71 Folder 3 Broadside ad for I Am A Camera by Joan Van Druten. New Theatre, London.


Box 71 Folder 4 CPLY (William Copley) Calendar for 1979. Inscribed "To Tennessee with admiration Bill". January -March torn out.


Box 71 Folder 5 Poem "The Tall Poets" a Bicentennial Meditation-July 4, 1976 inscribed to Tom from Bill, Palaemon Broadside Number 10., 1976


Subseries VIII.2: Books



Box 65 27 Wagons Full of Cotton. New York: New Directions

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 64 The Glass Menagerie. New York: New Directions, 1949

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 57 It Happened the Day the Sun Rose (With t.l.s. from Sylvester & Orphanos to Mitch Douglas)



Box 56 Memoirs



Box 65 Memoirs. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1975

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 64 The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore. New York: New Directions, 1964

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt


Box 64 The Night of the Iguna. New York: New Directions, 1962

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt


Box 64 One Arm and other Stories. New York: New Directions

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 56 The Red Devil Battery Sign


Box 56 A Streetcar Named Desire I (signed by Tennessee Williams; Elia Kazan; Jesica Tandy; Karl Malden; Kim Hunter)



Box 65 A Streetcar Named Desire. New York: New Directions

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 57 Steps Must Be Gentle (A Dramatic Reading for Two performers)


Box 57 A Streetcar Named Desire ( With a Foreword by Jessica Tandy and an Introduction by the Author. Illustrated by Al Hirshfeld) New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1982



Box 65 Sweet Bird of Youth. New York: New Directions, 1959

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 56 Tennessee Williams' Letters to Donald Windham, 1940-1965 2 copies.



Box 65 Tennessee Williams' Letters to Donald Windham, 1940-1965

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 64 Vieux Carré. New York: New Directions, 1979

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 57 The World of Tennessee Williams. Edited by Richard F. Leavitt, with and Introduction by Tennessee Williams. New York: G. Putnam's Sons, 1978



Box 64 Roger Boxill: Modern Dramatists: Tennessee Williams. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt


Box 64 Mike Steen: A Look at Tennessee Williams. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1969

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt



Box 65 Stephen S. Stanton, ed.: Tennessee Williams: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1977, 1969

From the Estate of Jay Leo Colt


Subseries VIII.3: Photocopies of Playscripts



Box 63 Folder 20-28 Three Works for the Lyric Theatre: "Now the Cats With Jewelled Claws" and "A Cavalier for Milady", [n.p.], [n.d.], 9 photocopies of the two plays.

Series IX: Memorabilia and Realia


Lower Tray:



Box 76 10 rock fossils.


Box 76 1 button "The Mariachis Are Here".


Box 76 Two Rivers Enterprise seal with cover


Upper Tray:


Box 76 Pair of glasses.


Box 76 Soda syphon.


Box 76 Tooth.


Box 76 Button with coat of arms.


Box 76 Lapel pin.


Box 76 Ring.


Box 76 Bead key chain.


Box 76 British Airways eye mask.


Box 76 Inhalor.


Box 76 Two scarves.


Box 76 Gold bracelet (found with Frank Merlo photographs).

Series X: Library

Annotated books (subseries X.1) are onsite. Unannotated books (Subseries X.2) are located off-site and must be requested two business days in advance.

Williams' personal library was acquired with the contents of his Key West house. Contents are listed below. For a list of missing or discarded items, please contact the repository.


Subseries X.1: Annotated books



Box On shelf Hombres y cuentos, [1955]

Author: Víctor Agostini. Publisher: Editorial Lex(La Habana).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The cry of Aengus and other poems

Author: Alanus. Edition: Limited 1st ed.. Publisher: Lantana Press(Lawrence, Kansas).

One of 200 copies. Inscribed.


Box On shelf Fanny Kemble : a passionate Victorian, 1938

Author: Margaret Armstrong. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Tennessee Williams ou la nostalgie de la pureté

Author: Roger Asselineau.

Reprint from: Etudes anglaises, t.10, no.4 (1957). Le théâtre contemporain en Grande-Bretagne et aux Etats-Unis. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf 42nd Street studio

Author: Joyce Baronio ; foreword by Joyce Baronio ; introduction by Linda Nochlin. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Pyxidium Press(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf John Keats, 1963

Author: Walter Jackson Bate. Publisher: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press(Cambridge, Massachusetts).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The life of the theatre : the relation of the artist to the struggle of the people, [1974]

Author: Julian Beck. Publisher: City Lights([San Francisco]).

Autographed.


Box On shelf The vapor trail : poetic tributes to slain World War II heroes of Air Group 21 and the carrier Raiding Star

Author: Ivan Lawrence Becker. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Exposition Press(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf A dark and lonely hiding place

Author: Edith P. Begner. Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company ; a subsidiary of Howard W. Sams & Co.(Indianapolis ; Kansas City ; New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Ten[nessee Williams].


Box On shelf The night of the great butcher

Author: John Bennett ; illustrations by Judy Geichman. Publisher: December Press([Chicago]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Eye la view : Sue Vaughn and E. J. : a novel, 1975

Author: William Benton. Publisher: Capra Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).Series Title: Capra chapbook series. Series Volume: 33.

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The holy Bible from ancient eastern manuscripts : containing the Old and New Testaments, 1957

Author: translated from the Peshitta, the authorized Bible of the Church of the East by George M. Lamsa. Publisher: A. J. Holman Company(Philadelphia).

Inscribed to Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Poling by George M. Lamsa.


Box On shelf Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons : interspersed with anecdotes of authors and actors, 1893

Author: James Boaden. Publisher: Gibbings and Company(London).

No. 13 of 150 numbered, signed copies on large paper.


Box On shelf Saved, [1971]

Author: Edward Bond. Publisher: Methuen & Co.(London).Series Title: Methuen's modern plays.

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Search for a lost ideal

Author: William Henry Bradley. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Vantage Press(New York ; Washington ; Atlanta ; Hollywood).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf I remember

Author: Joe Brainard. Publisher: Angel Hair Books([New York]).

Autographed. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes. One of 700 copies.


Box On shelf Sextet : T. S. Eliot & Truman Capote & others

Author: John Malcolm Brinnin. Publisher: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence([New York]).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The life and loves of Mr. Jiveass Nigger : a novel

Author: Cecil Brown. Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf After the good gay times : Asheville--Summer of '35 : a season with F. Scott Fitzgerald

Author: Tony Buttitta. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The poetical works of Lord Byron : [Poems], 1887

Author: reprinted from the original editions. With explanatory notes, &c.. Publisher: Worthington Co.(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by Lyle.


Box On shelf A Christmas memory

Author: Truman Capote. Publisher: Random House(New York).

No. 460 of 600 numbered, signed copies.


Box On shelf The complete poems of Cavafy : [Poems. English]

Author: translated by Rae Dalven ; with an introduction by W. H. Auden. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World(New York).

A harvest book. Autographed by Jamie [Leo] Herlihy.


Box On shelf The leaves, the lion-fish and the bear, 1980

Author: John Cheever. Publisher: Sylvester & Orphanos(Los Angeles).

One of 4 signed copies bearing the printed name of a recipient; this copy for Tennessee Williams, inscribed to him by the publishers.


Box On shelf The personal papers of Anton Chekhov

Author: introduction by Matthew Josephson. Publisher: Lear(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Uncle Vanya, 1930

Author: Anton Chekhov ; translated and adapted from the Russian by Rose Caylor. Publisher: Covici-Friede(New York).

From the library of Hart Crane, with his bookplate.


Box On shelf A breath of snow

Author: Joseph Cherwinski. Publisher: Branden Press(Boston).

Inscribed to [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf Don Quixote with a rake

Author: Joseph Cherwinski. Publisher: Bruce Humphries(Boston).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Done in a day : 100 years of great writing from The Chicago daily news

Author: edited by Dick Griffin ; Rob Warden. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: The Swallow Press Inc.(Chicago).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by Henry Hanson, one of the contributors.


Box On shelf Selected poems and prose of John Clare : [Selections], 1967

Author: chosen and edited by Eric Robinson and Geoffrey Summerfield ; with wood-engravings by David Gentleman. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Eric Robinson.


Box On shelf The shepherd's calendar, [1968]

Author: John Clare ; edited by Eric Robinson and Geoffrey Summerfield ; with wood engravings by David Gentleman. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Eric Robinson.


Box On shelf Collins German gem dictionary : German-English : English-German, [1973]

Author: J. M. Clark. Publisher: Collins(London and Glasgow).

With Tennessee Williams's shaving kit.


Box On shelf Lies like truth : theatre reviews and essays, 1958

Author: Harold Clurman. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).

Inscribed to Ten[nessee Williams]. First printing.


Box On shelf Just for the record

Author: David Allan Coe. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The monkey puzzle tree : short stories

Author: Florence Chanock Cohen ; book design Emory Mead ; afterword Richard Meade. Edition: A 1st ed.. Publisher: Story Press(Chicago).Series Title: Illinois writers. Series Volume: 2.

Paperback. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Nightpriest : a quartan, 1965

Author: Bruton Connors. Publisher: Breakthru Publications(Haywards Heath, Sussex).

A.l.s. to Tennessee Williams, Goodmayes, Essex, n.d., laid in.


Box On shelf Heart of darkness : and, The secret sharer

Author: Joseph Conrad ; with an introduction by Albert J. Guerard. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Notes by which I see : a collection of miniature essays, 1967

Author: Charles Cooley. Publisher: The William-Frederick Press(New York).Series Title: William-Frederick poets. Series Volume: 144.

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Big Saturday

Author: David Harper. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf Farewell, my slightly tarnished hero

Author: Edwin Corley. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf Siege : a novel

Author: Edwin Corley. Publisher: Stein and Day(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The Jesus factor, [1971]

Author: Edwin Corley. Publisher: Paperback Library(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Gasoline

Author: Gregory Corso ; introduction by Allen Ginsberg. Publisher: City Lights Books(San Francisco).Series Title: The pocket poets series. Series Volume: 8.

Inscribed to [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf Future indefinite, 1954

Author: Noel Coward. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

Autographed.


Box On shelf The bridge : a poem, 1981

Author: Hart Crane ; with an introduction Malcolm Cowley and photographs Richard Benson. Publisher: Printed for the members of The Limited Editions Club(New York).Series Title: Forty-fifth series. Series Volume: 9.

One of 2,000 copies; this copy numbered T. W. [Tennessee Williams] and signed by the photographer


Box On shelf The collected poems of Hart Crane : [Poems]

Author: edited with an introduction by Waldo Frank. Publisher: Liveright Publishing Corporation(New York).

c.1 : Tennessee Williams's copy, with his autographs and manuscript notes. c.2 : From the library of George Platt Lynes, with his stamp. Inscribed to George [Platt Lynes] twice by Katherine Anne Porter, with her tipped-in photographs of Hart Crane, two on front, one on rear endpaper, each with her manuscript captions. Postcard autographed and addressed to himself by Emil Opffer, Hart Crane's lover, tipped in.


Box On shelf Twenty-one letters from Hart Crane to George Bryan : [Correspondence. Selections], 1968

Author: edited by Joseph Katz, Hugh C. Atkinson, and Richard A. Ploch. Publisher: The Ohio State University Libraries(Columbus, [Ohio]).Series Title: The Ohio State University Libraries publications. Series Volume: 4.

Autographed by Joseph Katz. One of 500 copies.


Box On shelf Voyages : six poems from White buildings : [White buildings. Selections], 1957

Author: Hart Crane with wood engravings Leonard Baskin. Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art(New York).

Designed, illustrated and printed by Leonard Baskin at The Gehenna Press, Northampton, Mass. No. 583 of 975 numbered copies signed by Leonard Baskin. Second of a series of limited editions.


Box On shelf The red badge of courage

Author: Stephen Crane. Publisher: D. Appleton-Century Company(New York ; London).

Autographed by Frank P. Merlo.


Box On shelf Twenty stories : [Short stories. Selections.], 1940

Author: Stephen Crane ; selected with an introduction by Carl Van Doren. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Autographed by Frank Merlo.


Box On shelf Shadow in the glen

Author: Kyle Cullen. Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf In transit to Venus, 1976

Author: Lorenzo de Kleinhans. Publisher: Aurelia Press(Key West, [Florida]).

One of 100 copies. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Silent requiem : a tragic interlude

Author: Ulric De Vaere. Publisher: Printed at Triton Press(Boulder Creek, California).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Revolutionary nonviolence : essays, 1971

Author: Dave Dellinger. Publisher: Anchor Books ; Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The big book of pasta, [1977]

Author: Leona di Marco. Publisher: Crown Publishers(New York).

A bison book. Inscribed to Roxana and Bill.


Box On shelf Tucky the hunter

Author: James Dickey ; illustrated Marie Angel. Publisher: Crown Jewel ; Crown Publishers(New York).

Inscribed to Danny by Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Play it as it lays : a novel

Author: Joan Didion. Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Slouching towards Bethlehem

Author: Joan Didion. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

A Delta book. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The old man and me, 1964

Author: Elaine Dundy. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The evolution of Tennessee Williams as a playwright : dissertation submitted for the degree of master of letters, 1982

Author: Ms. Durga, K.. Publisher: Department of English and Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University([Madurai, India]).

Autographed. T.l.s. to Tennessee Williams, Madurai, India, April 28, 1982, laid in.


Box On shelf The cocktail party : a comedy

Author: T. S. Eliot. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company(New York).

From the library of Tennessee Williams, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The cultivation of Christmas trees

Author: T. S. Eliot. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] and Frank [Merlo] by Bill.


Box On shelf Federal woman

Author: Elaine Equi. Publisher: Danaides Press]([Chicago).

Autographed.


Box On shelf Anaïs Nin

Author: Oliver Evans ; with a preface by Harry T. Moore. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press ; London and Amsterdam : Feffer & Simons(Carbondale and Edwardsville, [Illinois]).Series Title: Crosscurrents : modern critiques.

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The snows of Kilimanjaro: a revaluation

Author: Oliver Evans.

Offprint from: PMLA : publications of the Modern Language Association of America. -- New York : The Modern Language Association of America. v.76:no.5 (1961:Dec.) p.601-607. Inscribed to [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Young man with a screwdriver

Author: Oliver Evans ; with a foreword by Tennessee Williams. Publisher: University of Nebraska Press(Lincoln, [Nebraska]).

Inscribed to Frank.


Box On shelf Requiem for a nun

Author: William Faulkner. Publisher: Random House(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Tennessee Williams

Author: Jeanne Fayard. Publisher: Seghers([Paris]).Series Title: Théâtre de tous les temps.

Inscribed to [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf The influence of D. H. Lawrence on Tennessee Williams, 1966

Author: Norman J. Fedder. Publisher: Mouton & Co.(The Hague ; London ; Paris).Series Title: Studies in American literature. Series Volume: 5.

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf A place without twilight

Author: Peter S. Feibleman. Publisher: Michael Joseph(London).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] and Frank.


Box On shelf Atlantis : the autobiography of a search, 1970

Author: Robert Ferro and Michael Grumley. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

Autographed by the authors.


Box On shelf Les feux de la mémoire

Author: Edwige Feuillère. Publisher: Albin Michel([Paris]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams. Olga Horstig Primuz's calling card, inscribed to her, laid in.


Box On shelf The wars

Author: Timothy Findley. Publisher: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited(Toronto ; Vancouver).

Typed letter signed, to Tennessee Williams, from Seymour Lawrence, March 12, 1978, laid in.


Box On shelf Concerning the eccentricites of Cardinal Pirelli, [1977]

Author: Ronald Firbank. Publisher: Duckworth([London]).

Paperback. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf E. G. and E. G. O. : Emma Goldman and The iceman cometh, 1974

Author: Winifred L. Frazer. Publisher: The University Presses of Florida(Gainesville, [Florida]).Series Title: University of Florida humanities monograph. Series Volume: 43.

A University of Florida book. A.l.s. to Tennessee Williams, Nov. 2, 1979, laid in.


Box On shelf Such as we are : a novel

Author: Alyce C. Gaines. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Vantage Press(New York ; Washington ; Atlanta ; Hollywood).

Inscribed to Mr. [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf One hundred years of solitude : [Cien años de soledad. English], [1971]

Author: Gabriel Garcia Marquez ; translated from the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa. Publisher: Avon Books([New York]).

A Bard book. First Bard printing. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Edgar W. d. Bantite-Auersperg.


Box On shelf Ahmed ben Driss el Yacoubi, [1961]

Author: par Pierre Gassier. Publisher: Mission Universitaire et Culturelle Française au Maroc([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] and Frank [Merlo] by [Ahmed ben Driss el] Yacoubi.


Box On shelf Our lady of the flowers : [Notre Dame des Fleurs. English], [1957]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated from the French by Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: The Olympia Press(Paris).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Our lady of the flowers : [Notre-Dame des fleurs. English]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated Bernard Frechtman ; introduction Jean-Paul Sartre. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).


Box On shelf The thief's journal : [Journal du voleur. English]

Author: Jean Genet ; foreword Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The Chinese poems : letters to a distant friend

Author: Dan Gerber ; with drawings by Jack Smith. Publisher: The Sumac Press(Fremont, Michigan).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams. One of 700 softcover copies.


Box On shelf No willows for the Zen cowboy : poems

Author: Thomas W. Gibbs. Publisher: Appalachian Writer's Project([Huntington, West Virginia]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Straight hearts' delight : love poems and selected letters, 1947-1980

Author: Allen Ginsberg/Peter Orlovsky ; edited by Winston Leyland. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Gay Sunshine Press(San Francisco).

Paperback. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Allen Ginsberg and by the editor.


Box On shelf Perennial, 1944

Author: Oliver St. John Gogarty. Publisher: Contemporary Poetry(Baltimore, Maryland).Series Title: Distinguished poets series of contemporary poetry. Series Volume: 1.

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams. With author's manuscript correction.


Box On shelf Diary of a madman : Nevski Prospect : [Short stories. Selections. English], 1945

Author: Nikolai Gogol. Publisher: Lindsay Drummond Limited(London).Series Title: Russian literature library.

Inscribed to Margo by Maria [Lady St. Just].


Box On shelf The idols and the prey

Author: John Goodwin. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Brothers(New York).

Inscribed to Bob Cagran and to Frank.


Box On shelf Pageant of the rose

Author: Jean Gordon. Edition: 2nd revised ed.. Publisher: Red Rose Publications(Woodstock, Vermont).

Inscribed.


Box On shelf Modern American playwrights

Author: Jean Gould. Edition: Apollo ed.. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The faces of blood kindred : a novella and ten stories

Author: William Goyen. Publisher: Random House([New York]).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Mammon and the black goddess, 1965

Author: Robert Graves. Edition: 1st ed. in the United States of America. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

From the library of Marianne Williams, with her bookplate.


Box On shelf Overseen objects and other fears, 1972]

Author: Howard Griffin ; with drawings by Ulli. Publisher: The Druck Press([Genève).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The furtive wall, 1982

Author: poems by Daniel Haberman ; etchings by Jan Stussy. Publisher: Art Direction Book Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Werewolf and other poems

Author: David Hall. Publisher: Bald Mountain Press(Fort Collins, [Colorado]).

Inscribed to T[ennessee] Williams. A.p.s. to [Tennessee] Williams, n.p., n.d., laid in.


Box On shelf Troublante

Author: Juan Hamill. Publisher: Oliphant Press]([New York).

One of 100 signed copies.


Box On shelf The Greek way to Western civilization, [1953]

Author: Edith Hamilton. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Dying with the wrong name : new and selected poems, 1968-1979, 1980

Author: Sam Hamod. Publisher: Anthé Publications(New York, N. Y.).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Outlyer : and Ghazals

Author: Jim Harrison. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing. A Touchstone book. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The blood oranges

Author: John Hawkes. Publisher: New Directions([New York]).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Midnight express

Author: Billy Hayes ; with William Hoffer. Publisher: Popular Library(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Explaining the atom, 1947

Author: Selig Hecht. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his autograph and manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The wish you were here travel cook book

Author: Deane Fons Heller. Publisher: Wake-Brook House([Fort Lauderdale, Florida]).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Across the river and into the trees, 1950

Author: Ernest Hemingway. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf To have and have not

Author: Ernest Hemingway. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his autograph initials and manuscript notes.


Box On shelf All fall down : a novel, 1960

Author: James Leo Herlihy. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Stop, you're killing me : three short plays

Author: James Leo Herlihy. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The sleep of Baby Filbertson : and other stories, 1959

Author: James Leo Herlihy ; illustrated Tom Keogh. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Conmpany(New York).

Inscribed to Frank [Merlo.


Box On shelf Revolution for the hell of it, 1968, [1970]

Author: Free. Publisher: The Dial Press(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Steal this book

Author: Abbie Hoffman ; co-conspirator: Izak Haber ; accessory after the fact: Bert Cohen. Publisher: Pirate Editions([New York]).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf A guide to the theatre and drama collections at the University of Texas, 1967

Author: compiled by Frederick J. Hunter, curator, Hoblitzelle Theatre Arts Library. Publisher: The Humanities Research Center ; The University of Texas at Austin([Austin, Texas]) .

Autographed.


Box On shelf Texas rich : the Hunt dynasty from the early oil days through the silver crash

Author: Harry Hurt III. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company(New York ; London).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf All the conspirators : a novel, [1957]

Author: Christopher Isherwood. Edition: New ed.. Publisher: Jonathan Cape(London).

Inscribed to Frank & Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf The condor and the cows, [1949]

Author: Christopher Isherwood ; illustrated from photographs William Caskey. Publisher: Methuen & Co.(London).

Inscribed to Ten[nessee Williams] and Frank.


Box On shelf Encore : the private and professional triumph of Emily Frankel

Author: Teague Jackson. Publisher: Prentice-Hall(Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey).

Inscribed [to Tennessee Williams], with drawing, by Emily Frankel.


Box On shelf A London life, undated

Author: Henry James. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Until the sun dies, [1980]

Author: Robert Jastrow. Publisher: Warner Books([New York]).

First printing. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Footsteps of departure

Author: Leslie Nelson Jennings. Publisher: The Prairie Press(Iowa City).

Inscribed to Freddy.


Box On shelf The castle : [Das Schloß. English], 1951

Author: Franz Kafka ; with an introduction by Thomas Mann ; translated from the German by Edwin and Willa Muir. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The diaries of Franz Kafka : [Tagebücher. English], 1948

Author: edited by Max Brod. Publisher: Secker & Warburg(London).

Holdings : v.1. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf It takes a long time to become young, [1979]

Author: Garson Kanin. Publisher: Berkley Publishing Corporation([New York]).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf The Anatolian

Author: Elia Kazan. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Uncorrected proof. T. l. s. to Tennessee Williams, May 17, 1982, from William T. Loverd, publicity director, laid in.


Box On shelf The Anatolian, 1982

Author: Elia Kazan. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf The poetical works of John Keats : [Poems], 1884

Author: reprinted from the original editions with notes by Francis T. Palgrave. Publisher: Macmillan and Co.(London).

From the library of Hart Crane, with his bookplate.


Box On shelf The kingdom of smoke : sketches of my people, 1932

Author: Stanley Kimmel ; illustrations Hugo Gellert. Publisher: Nicholas L. Brown(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The mad Booths of Maryland

Author: Stanley Kimmel. Edition: 2nd revised and enlarged ed.. Publisher: Dover Publications(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The David Kopay story : an extraordinary self-revelation

Author: David Kopay and Perry Deane Young. Publisher: Arbor House(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Perry Deane Young.


Box On shelf The painted bird, 1965

Author: Jerzy Kosinski. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Sweet pea : a black girl growing up in the rural South

Author: Jill Krementz ; foreword by Margaret Mead. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Running time

Author: Gavin Lambert. Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Co.(New York).

Uncorrected proof. T. l. s. to Tennessee Williams, October 27, 1982, from George Walsh, vice president and editor-in-chief, laid in.


Box On shelf The magic curtain : the story of a life in two fields, theatre and invention, 1951

Author: the founder of the Theatre Guild, Lawrence Langner. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Company(New York).

A Story Press book. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Letters of Sidney Lanier : selections from his correspondence, 1866-1881 : [Correspondence. Selections], 1916

Author: Lanier, Sidney. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Poems of a multimillionaire

Author: Valery Larbaud ; translated by William Jay Smith. Publisher: Bonacio & Saul with Grove Press([New York]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The poems of A. O. Barnabooth : followed by Private devotions and The snow : [Poems. Selections. English], [1977]

Author: Valery Larbaud ; translated Ron Padgett and Bill Zavatsky. Publisher: Mushinsha([Tokyo]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Congo

Author: written by John Latouche ; photographed by André Cauvin. Publisher: Willow, White & Co.([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Frank.


Box On shelf The personal eye

Author: Clarence John Laughlin ; introduction by Jonathan Williams ; stories by Lafcadio Hearn ; captions by the photographer. Publisher: Aperture]([New York).

An Aperture monograph. Paperbound. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf A small book of poems, 1948

Author: James Laughlin. Publisher: [Printed at the Officine Grafiche Esperia for the friends of the publisher, Giovanni Scheiwiller and for New Directions, New York](Milan).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams]. No. 274 of 450 copies for New Directions.


Box On shelf Selected poems : [Poems. Selections]

Author: James Laughlin. Publisher: New Directions([Norfolk, Connecticut]).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf The wild anemone & other poems, 1957

Author: James Laughlin. Publisher: New Directions([New York]).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Seven pillars of wisdom : a triumph, [1950]

Author: T. E. Lawrence. Publisher: Jonathan Cape(London).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Yesterday's New Hampshire

Author: Richard F. Leavitt ; with a foreword Sherman Adams. Publisher: E. A. Seemann Publishing(Miami, Florida).Series Title: Seemann's historic states series. Series Volume: 2.

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Eleanor : a novel

Author: Rhoda Lerman. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The Cytherean pond

Author: Ronald Lightle. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Those fabulous Greeks : Onassis, Niarchos, and Livanos

Author: Doris Lilly. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Cowles Books Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Under the volcano

Author: Malcolm Lowry. Publisher: Reynal & Hitchcock(New York).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Comrade George : an investigation into the life, political thought, and assassination of George Jackson

Author: text by Eric Mann. Publisher: Produced by the Red Prison Movement and the Hovey Street Press([Cambridge, Massachsuetts]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Behind the mirror : a novel, [1955]

Author: Robin Maugham. Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co.(London ; New York ; Toronto).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams]. Autographed.


Box On shelf Go looking : poems, 1933-1953

Author: Gilbert Maxwell. Publisher: Bruce Humphries(Boston).

2 copies. Both copies inscribed to Frank [Merlo].


Box On shelf Tennessee Williams and friends

Author: Gilbert Maxwell. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: The World Publishing Company(Cleveland and New York).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Sweet as a pickle and clean as a pig, 1964

Author: Carson McCullers ; illustrated by Rolf Gérard. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

Inscribed to 10 [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf The member of the wedding, 1946

Author: Carson McCullers. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Ninety-two in the shade

Author: Thomas McGuane. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf The bushwhacked piano

Author: Thomas McGuane. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing. 2 copies. Copy 1 : Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee] Williams. Copy 2 : Inscribed to Robert.


Box On shelf Deathwork : a novel

Author: James McLendon. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company(Philadelphia and New York).

Unrevised proofs. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Excerpts from the anonymous diary of a New York youth, [1962]

Author: Taylor Mead. Publisher: [S. n.]([New York]).

Copy 1 : Inscribed to Tennessee Williams ; Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes. Copy 2 : Autographed.


Box On shelf Samos, 1980

Author: James Merrill. Publisher: Sylvester & Orphanos(Los Angeles).

One of 4 signed copies bearing the printed name of a recipient; this copy for Tennessee Williams, inscribed to him by the publishers.


Box On shelf Short stories

Author: James Merrill. Publisher: The Banyan Press(Pawlet, Vermont).

No. 98 of 150 numbered copies for friends of the poet & the printer. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Designing for the theatre : a memoir and a portfolio, 1965

Author: Jo Mielziner. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The world of Lawrence : a passionate appreciation, 1980

Author: Henry Miller ; edited with an introduction and notes by Evelyn J. Hinz and John J. Teunissen. Publisher: Capra Press(Santa Barbara).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Evelyn J. Hinz.


Box On shelf To paint is to love again : including the text of Semblance of a devoted past, 1968

Author: Henry Miller. Publisher: Grossman Publishers(New York).

Inscribed to Oliver Evans. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by Oliver [Evans].


Box On shelf Milton's Paradise lost : [Paradise lost], undated

Author: illustrated by Gustave Doré ; edited with notes and a life of Milton by Robert Vaughan. Publisher: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.(New York, London, and Paris).

Autograph letter to [Tennessee Williams] from his mother, written on Western Union telegram to Deakin Williams, Quincy, Ill., from Tom [Tennessee Williams], Feb. 23, 1967, New York, removed and catalogued for Ms Coll Williams, Tennessee.


Box On shelf Sidney Lanier

Author: Edwin Mims. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston and New York).Series Title: American men of letters.

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes. Visiting card of Isabel W. Brownlow, Tennessee Williams's aunt, inscribed to him by her, tipped in.


Box On shelf The passing strange, 1965

Author: John Minahan. Publisher: William Morrow & Co.(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Kyoko no ie, 1959

Author: Mishima Yukio. Publisher: Shinchosha(Tokyo).

Both volumes inscribed to Tennessee Williams and Frank Merlo.


Box On shelf The end : and other poems, 1961

Author: Robert Mitchell ; with a drawing Franz Kline. Publisher: The Pineapple Press(New York).

Inscribed to Frank Merlo.


Box On shelf Those of the street : the Catholic-Jews of Mallorca : a study in urban cultural change

Author: Kenneth Moore. Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press(Notre Dame ; London).

c.1 : Hardcover. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams. c.2 : Paperback. Inscribed to Kate.


Box On shelf Death in the city, 1967

Author: Dan Mrkitch. Publisher: Printed by The Frank Vedrina Printing(Toronto).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Miami, U. S. A., [1963]

Author: Helen Muir. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: Hurricane House Publishers(Coconut Grove, Florida).

Inscribed to Betty and Burt Garnett.


Box On shelf A Congo diary, 1980

Author: V. S. Naipaul. Publisher: Sylvester & Orphanos(Los Angeles).

One of 4 signed copies bearing the printed name of a recipient; this copy for Tennessee Williams, inscribed to him by the publishers.


Box On shelf A life of Chekhov, [1950]

Author: Irene Nemirovsky ; translated by Erik de Mauny. Publisher: The Grey Walls Press(London).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf All I could never be : some recollections, 1952

Author: Beverley Nichols. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Company(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Cut of noon

Author: Frederick Nicklaus. Publisher: David Lewis(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf D. H. Lawrence : an unprofessional study

Author: Anais Nin ; with an introducton Harry T. Moore. Publisher: The Swallow Press(Chicago).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Under a glass bell and other stories, [1961]

Author: Anaïs Nin. Publisher: Alan Swallow(Denver).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Ambushed womb, 1979

Author: Michael Ontkean. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: White Rabbit Press([Santa Barbara, California]).

No. 176 for Tennessee Williams of 184 signed, initialled copies.


Box On shelf The second death of Samuel Auer

Author: Bernard Packer. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).

Uncorrected proof. Autographed by [Tennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf The poetry of Boris Pasternak, 1917-1959 : [Poems. Selections. English]

Author: selected, edited, and translated by George Reavey ; with an essay on the life and the writings of Pasternak, and a bibliography, by George Reavey. Also containing three important prose pieces of Boris Pasternak. Publisher: G. P. Putnams's Sons(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by the translator. T. l. s. [to Tennessee Williams], October 29, 1959, from Edmund L. Epstein, editor, laid in.


Box On shelf Red wine & yellow hair

Author: Kenneth Patchen. Publisher: New Directions(New York).

No. Steen (18) of 108 numbered signed copies. Covers decorated by the author (no two alike).


Box On shelf Catbird's cry : new poems

Author: John Keith Peters. Publisher: Charter Publishers(Jamaica, Vermont).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf View from the cat bird seat : a collection of poems

Author: John Keith Peters. Publisher: Charter Publishers(Jamaica, Vermont).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf The films of Tennessee Williams

Author: Gene D. Phillips. Publisher: Art Alliance Press ; London and Toronto : Associated University Presses(Philadelphia).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf A relinquishing of dreams : poems

Author: Louis Phillips. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Pirandello's one-act plays : [Plays. Selections. English]

Author: translated by William Murray. Publisher: Minerva Press([S. l.]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The mountain giants : and other plays : [Plays. Selections. English]

Author: Luigi Pirandello ; translated from the Italian Marta Abba. Publisher: Crown Publishers(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by the translator.


Box On shelf Three plays : Six characters in search of an author ; Henry IV ; Right you are! (if you think so) : [Plays. Selections. English], [1949]

Author: Luigi Pirandello. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Company(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Of blood and hope

Author: Samuel Pisar. Edition: 1st English-language ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Presentation t.l. to Tennessee Williams from Sandra Hochman, April 15, 1980, laid in.


Box On shelf The confessions of a Browning lover

Author: John Walker Powell. Publisher: The Abingdon Press(New York ; Cincinnati).

From the library of Walter Edwin Dakin, with his bookplate and autograph.


Box On shelf Manila, goodbye, 1975

Author: Robin Prising. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

Advance uncorrected proofs. A. l. s. to Tennessee Williams from Carolyn Amussen, the publisher's publicity director, Boston, November 11, 1974, laid in.


Box On shelf Mario Sanchez : painter of Key West memories, 1981

Author: Kathryn Hall Proby. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Southernmost Press(Key West, Florida).

Autographed by the author and by Mario Sánchez.


Box On shelf A tale for midnight

Author: Frederic Prokosch. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Slip of paper with inscription to Tennessee [Williams] tipped in.


Box On shelf Malcolm

Author: James Purdy. Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf On the rebound : a story & nine poems, 1970

Author: James Purdy. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Los Angeles).

No. 30 of 300 numbered, signed copies.


Box On shelf If you don't dance they beat you

Author: José Quintero. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams]. Proofs.


Box On shelf Blood dues, 1973

Author: Dotson Rader. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams]. Autograph letter signed presenting this book to Tenn[essee Williams], September 12, 1973, laid in.


Box On shelf Gov't inspected meat : and other fun summer things

Author: Dotson Rader. Publisher: David McKay Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf I ain't marchin' anymore!

Author: Dotson Rader. Publisher: David McKay Company(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf For the new intellectual : the philosphy of Ayn Rand : [Selections]

Author: Rand, Ayn. Publisher: Random House(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Nobody swings on Sunday : the many lives and films of Harry Rasky

Author: Harry Rasky. Publisher: Collier Macmillan Canada([Don Mills, Ontario]).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf On a field azure, 1946

Author: Alexey Remizov. Publisher: Lindsay Drummond Limited(London).Series Title: Russian literature library.

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by Maria [Lady St. Just]. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Roads to spring, 1980

Author: Lee J. Richmond. Publisher: HPC(New York, New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf The lonely crowd : a study of the changing American character, 1956

Author: David Riesman ; with Nathan Glazer and Reuel Denney ; abridged the authors. Publisher: Doubleday Anchor Books ; Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Duino elegies : [Duineser Elegien. English], 1948

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke ; the German text with an English translation, introduction and commentary by J. B. Leishman & Stephen Spender. Edition: 3rd ed. (revised). Publisher: The Hogarth Press(London).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Poems from The book of hours Das Stundenbuch : [Das Stundenbuch. Selections. English]

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke ; translated Babette Deutsch. Publisher: New Directions(Norfolk, Conn.).

The poet of the year. Inscribed to 10 [Tennessee Williams] by Carson McCullers.


Box On shelf Selected works : [Selections. English], 1960

Author: Rainer Maria Rilke ; translated by J. B. Leishman. Publisher: New Directions]([Norfolk, Connecticut).

A New Directions book. Holdings : v.2. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The conch eaters

Author: Leo Rost. Publisher: Wollstonecraft, Incorporated(Los Angeles, California).

First printing. Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams].


Box On shelf Contract bridge complete : a comprehensive text and reference book for everyone, from beginner to expert

Author: Ernest W. Rovere ; introduction Oswald Jacoby. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf All my mirrors lie

Author: Larry Rubin. Publisher: David R. Godine(Boston).Series Title: A Godine poetry chapbook : second series.

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Miss Minerva's baby

Author: Emma Speed Sampson ; illustrated William Donahey. Publisher: The Reilly & Lee Co.(Chicago).

Rose Isabel Williams's copy, with her autograph. Tom [Tennessee] Williams's, copy, with his autograph.


Box On shelf Character & opinion in the United States : with reminiscences of William James and Josiah Royce and academic life in America, 1920

Author: George Santayana. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Intimacy and other stories, [1960]

Author: Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated by Lloyd Alexander. Publisher: The Berkley Publishing Corporation([New York]).

A Berkley Medallion book. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by David.


Box On shelf Sanctuary V

Author: Budd Schulberg. Publisher: The World Publishing Company(New York and Cleveland).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf To be young in Babylon : a dramatic, personal account of teen-age radicals

Author: Tom Seligson. Publisher: Paperback Library(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Smiling insulation : poetry, undated

Author: Stephen Shatter. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

Inscribed to T[ennessee] Williams.


Box On shelf Dramatic opinions and essays, 1906

Author: G. Bernard Shaw ; containing as well a word on the dramatic opinions and essays of G. Bernard Shaw James Huneker. Publisher: Brentano's(New York).

Holdings : v.1 From the library of Tennessee Williams, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Husbands and other men I've played with, 1976

Author: Patricia Fox Sheinwold. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Key West : the last resort

Author: Chris Sherrill ; Roger Aiello ; original illustrations and additional material by Mack Dryden. Publisher: Key West Book & Card Company(Key West, Florida).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by the authors.


Box On shelf The rise and fall of the Third Reich : a history of Nazi Germany, 1960

Author: William L. Shirer. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Different dances

Author: Silverstein. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row([New York]).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Where the sidewalk ends : the poems & drawings of Shel Silverstein

Author: Silverstein, Shel. Publisher: Harper and Row(New York ; Evanston ; San Francisco ; London).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams], with poem and drawing.


Box On shelf Army brat : a memoir, 1980

Author: William Jay Smith. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Persea Books(New York).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Cancer ward

Author: Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Poems of dedication

Author: Stephen Spender. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing. Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by David but also with love and great admiration from the author Stephen.


Box On shelf The generous days

Author: Stephen Spender. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Random House(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf The gospel of relativity

Author: Walter Starcke. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York ; Evanston ; San Francisco ; London).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf The ultimate revolution

Author: Walter Starcke. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York ; Evanston, and London).

Inscribed to Ten[nessee Williams] and Bill.


Box On shelf This double thread

Author: Walter Starcke. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York ; Evanston ; and London).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Scott Fitzgerald : crisis in an American identity

Author: Thomas J. Stavola. Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books(New York).Series Title: Barnes & Noble critical studies.

Autographed.


Box On shelf As he lay dead, a bitter grief, 1981

Author: William Styron. Edition: [1st ed.]. Publisher: Albondocani Press(New York).

No. 230 of 326 numbered, signed copies.


Box On shelf A streetcar named immortality

Author: James M. Sweet. Publisher: Carlton Press(New York).

A hearthstone book. Inscribed.


Box On shelf Erechtheus : a tragedy., 1876

Author: Algernon Charles Swinburne. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: Chatto and Windus(London).

Inscribed to Tennessee by Donald and Sundy. Moldy.


Box On shelf Artie Van Blarcum : an extended portrait

Author: George A. Tice. Publisher: Addison House(Danbury, New Hampshire).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams. A. l. s. to Tennessee Williams, Iselin, N. J., 8-17-77, laid in.


Box On shelf Messiah, 1954

Author: Gore Vidal. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams, the dedicatee.


Box On shelf The work of Robert Kaufmann (1913-1959)

Author: Weiss, Walter A.. Publisher: [S. n.](New York).

One of 1,500 copies. Printed presentation card inscribed to Ten[nessee] Williams laid in.


Box On shelf The collected stories of Eudora Welty : [Short stories]

Author: Welty, Eudora. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by unknown person.


Box On shelf Echoes : collection of poems : the sounds of love and nature

Author: John W. Williams. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf A streetcar named Desire, [1953]

Author: Tennessee Williams ; with an introduction the author. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. Autographed by [Lady] Maria [St. Just].


Box On shelf Baby doll : the script for the film, [1958]

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: Penguin Books ; in association with Secker and Warburg([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).

Inscribed to Albert Fenton.


Box On shelf Four plays by Tennessee Williams : [Plays. Selections], 1956

Author: Williams, Tennessee. Publisher: Secker & Warburg(London).

Autographed by Leslie Bricusse.


Box On shelf It happened the day the sun rose, 1981

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: Sylvester & Orphanos(Los Angeles, California).

One of 330 signed copies; this copy presentation copy.


Box On shelf It happened the day the sun rose, 1981

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: Sylvester & Orphanos(Los Angeles, California).

One of 330 signed, numbered copies; this copy 'presentation copy.' 2 copies.


Box On shelf Moise and the world of reason

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

No. 1 of 350 numbered, signed copies.


Box On shelf One arm : and other stories

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

Inscribed to Frank A. Krause.


Box On shelf Sweet bird of youth

Author: Tennessee Williams ; with a foreword the author. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. Inscribed to Vic [Campbell, Jr.]. Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf The milk train doesn't stop here anymore, 1964

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

A New Directions book. The author's copy, with his manuscript changes.


Box On shelf The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone

Author: Tennessee Williams. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

A New Directions book. One of 500 signed copies.


Box On shelf The two-character play, 1979]

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: New Directions([New York).

A New Directions book. Autographed.


Box On shelf Théâtre : [Plays. Selections. French]

Author: Tennessee Williams. Publisher: Robert Laffont(Paris).

v.1 : Inscribed to Father Joe.


Box On shelf Nails of protest : a critical comparison of modern Protestant and Catholic beliefs

Author: Walter Dakin Williams and Walter Robert Stewart. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Exposition Press(New York).

Inscribed to Tom [Tennessee Williams].


Box On shelf Servants with torches, [1955]

Author: Donald Windham. Publisher: [S. n.]([New York).

No. 14 of 117 numbered, signed copies.


Box On shelf The dog star : a novel, 1951

Author: Donald Windham. Publisher: Rupert Hart-Davis(London).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf Yesterday's Key West

Author: Stan Windhorn & Wright Langley. Publisher: E. A. Seemann Publishing(Miami, Florida).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Wright Langley.


Box On shelf Poisons in your food, [1970]

Author: Ruth Winter ; with an introduction by Senator Walter Frederick Mondale. Publisher: Crown Publishers(New York).

Autographed.


Box On shelf Shelley : also known as S. Schrift, 1980

Author: Shelley Winters. Publisher: William Morrow and Company(New York).

Uncorrected advance proofs. T. l. s. to Tennessee Williams, February 4, 1980, from Ellis Amburn, senior editor, laid in.


Box On shelf Alchemist's cookbook, 1972

Author: Ahmed Yacoubi ; with illustrations Michael Cotten and Prairie Prince ; edited Sherry Needham. Publisher: Omen Press(Tucson, Arizona).

Autographed.


Box On shelf Una historia del cuplé

Author: Angel Zúñiga. Publisher: Editorial Barna(Barcelona).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams].


Box On shelf [Japanese anthology of western plays], [1971]

Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).

A.l.s. to T[ennessee] W[illiams] from Audrey Wood, January 28, 1971, taped to slipcase.


Box On shelf A new anthology of modern poetry

Author: edited, with an introduction by Selden Rodman. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).

Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Antaeus

Publisher: The Ecco Press(Tangier ; London ; New York).

Holdings: No.29 (Spring 1978) : Tennessee Williams's copy, with his manuscript notes.


Box On shelf Anthology of Japanese literature from the earliest era to the mid-Nineteenth Century

Author: compiled and edited by Donald Keene. Publisher: Grove Press]([New York).Series Title: UNESCO collection of representative works ; Japanese series.

Autographed by the compiler.


Box On shelf Attacks of taste, 1971

Author: compiled and edited by Evelyn B.Byrne & Otto M. Penzler. Publisher: Gotham Book Mart(New York).

No. 80 of 100 numbered copies signed by the editors, for presentation; this copy Tennessee Williams's copy.


Box On shelf Breve informe de poesia norteamericana : (versión del inglés), 1947

Author: Hildamar Escalante. Publisher: Tipografia La Nacion(Caracas, [Venezuela]).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by the translator, Hildamar Escalante.


Box On shelf Gay sunshine interviews, 1978

Author: edited by Winston Leyland. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Gay Sunshine Press(San Francisco).

Holdings : v.1. Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by the editor.


Box On shelf Modern Japanese literature : an anthology

Author: compiled and edited by Donald Keene. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

Autographed.


Box On shelf Myriad voices : selected poems from the Smoky Mountain Manuscript Club's 1974 contest, 1974]

Publisher: Smoky Mountain Manuscript Club([Knoxville, Tennessee).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Betsy Robinson, one of the contestants.


Box On shelf New republic : a journal of opinion

Publisher: New Republic, Inc.(Washington, D. C.).

Holdings: v.131:no.21 (1954:Nov.22 ; 40th anniversary issue) Tennessee Williams's manuscript annotations.


Box On shelf New world writing

Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).Series Title: NAL Mentor books.

Holdings : first (c1952) Mentor selection. First: Contribution by Tennessee Williams, I rise in flame, cried the phoenix : a play about D. H. Lawrence, p.46-67 ; Tennessee Williams's manuscript annotations.


Box On shelf Painted fans of Japan : fifteen Noh-drama masterpieces

Author: edited by Reiko Chiba. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Charles E. Tuttle Company(Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan).

Inscribed to Tenn[essee Williams] by Chuck & Paula.


Box On shelf People weekly

Publisher: Time Inc.(Los Angeles).

Holdings: v.17:no.17 (1982:May 3) with annotation by Tennessee Williams.


Box On shelf Ten great one act plays

Author: edited and with an introduction by Morris Sweetking. Edition: A Bantam World Drama ed.. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).

Inscribed to [Tennessee Williams] by Ramón [Delgado], author of one of the plays.


Box On shelf The Borzoi anthology of Latin American literature, 1977

Author: edited by Emir Rodríguez Monegal ; with the assistance of Thomas Colchie. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book. Paperback. V.1 : Presentation a.l.s. to Tenn[essee Williams] from [William T. Loverd, 1977,] on Alfred A. Knopf stationery.


Box On shelf The genius of Shaw : a symposium

Author: edited by Michael Holroyd. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee [Williams] by Lyle.


Box On shelf The romantic egoists

Author: edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, Scottie Fitzgerald Smith, and Joan P. Kerr ; art editor Margareta F. Lyons. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Inscribed to Tennessee Williams by Scottie Smith.


Box On shelf TriQuarterly

Publisher: Northwestern University(Evanston, Illinois).

Holdings: no.33 (1975:Spring) Page marker addressed to Tom [Tennessee Williams] by [James Purdy?] laid in at interview with Paul Bowles.


Box On shelf Whale sound : an anthology of poems about whales and dolphins, [1978]

Author: edited by Greg Gatenby ; produced by Dreadnaught. Publisher: J. J. Douglas Ltd.([Toronto]).

Autographed by the editor.


Box On shelf Working with Kazan : published on the occasion of a complete retrospective of the films of Elia Kazan presented by the Wesleyan Film Program for the inauguration of the Cinema of the Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, September, 1973, 1973

Publisher: Wesleyan University(Middletown, Connecticut).

Typed letter signed to Tennessee Williams from Joseph W. Reed, Jr., one of the editors, Middletown, Connecticut, September 10, 1973, laid in.


Box On shelf Writers at work : the Paris review interviews

Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).

Holdings: 3rd series (c1967) 3rd series: Printed presentation slip autographed by George Plimpton, the interviewer, laid in.


Subseries X.2: Unannotated books and periodicals



Box Lib 1 Here lies the heart

Author: Mercedes de Acosta. Publisher: Reynal & Company(New York).


Box Lib 1 Peonies and ponies : a novel, [1950]

Author: Harold Acton. Publisher: Penguin Books(Harmondsworth, Middlesex).


Box Lib 1 Teach yourself French : a book of self-instruction in French, [1954]

Author: based on the work by Sir John Adams ; completely revised and enlarged by Norman Scarlyn Wilson. Publisher: English Universities Press Ltd.(London).


Box Lib 1 The girl in a swing, [1981]

Author: Richard Adams. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book.


Box Lib 1 The tormented : a biographical novel of Paul Verlaine : [De arme bruiloftsgast. English], 1960

Author: Rogier van Aerde ; translated from the Dutch by Elfriede Zaeyen. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 1 Let us now praise famous men : three tenant families, 1941

Author: James Agee ; Walker Evans. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).


Box Lib 1 Let us now praise famous men : three tenant families, 1969]

Author: James Agee and Walker Evans. Publisher: Panther Books([London).Series Title: Panther modern society.


Box Lib 1 Rashomon and other stories, [1970]

Author: Ryunosuke Akutagawa ; translated Takashi Kojima ; introduction Howard Hibbett ; illustrations M. Kuwata. Publisher: Liveright(New York).


Box Lib 1 The wanderer (Le grand Meaulnes) : [Le grand Meaulnes. English]

Author: Alain-Fournier ; translated by François Delisle ; introduction by Havelock Ellis. Publisher: New Directions Books]([New York).Series Title: The new classics series.


Box Lib 1 The American dream : a play

Author: Edward Albee. Publisher: Coward-McCann(New York).Series Title: Coward-McCann contemporary drama.


Box Lib 1 Tiny Alice, [1970]

Author: Edward Albee. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 1 Lawrence of Arabia : a biographical enquiry, 1955

Author: Richard Aldington. Publisher: Collins(London).


Box Lib 1 Aesthetic realism : we have been there : six artists on the Siegel theory of opposites, [1970]

Author: Ted van Griethuysen ; Dorothy Koppelman ; David Bernstein ; Chaim Koppelman ; Lou Bernstein ; Anne Fielding. Publisher: Definition Press(New York).



Box Lib 2 The romance of Casanova : a novel

Author: Richard Aldington. Publisher: Duell, Sloan and Pearce(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 2 Twenty poems : [Poems. Selections. English], 1977

Author: Vicente Aleixandre ; translated by Lewis Hyde and Robert Bly ; edited by Lewis Hyde. Publisher: The Seventies Press([Madison, Minnesota]).

Paperback.


Box Lib 2 Rome Florence discovery : an easy, breezy guide to the most interesting restaurants, shops, sightseeing, and other attractions in Rome and Florence

Author: John Alexander and Marianne Friedland. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).


Box Lib 2 Before lifting up the curtain or after laying down the curtain (both ways) : an introduction to the author's Ever overflowing, yet not spilling out, [1970]

Author: Alone. Publisher: Shankaraji Narayan Publications(Poona, India).

Above the title: Along the teachings of J. Krishnamurti.


Box Lib 2 Ever overflowing but not spilling out, undated

Author: Alone. Publisher: Rayrikar & Sons(Poona, India).

Above the title : Along the teachings of J. Krishnamurti.


Box Lib 2 Sphere : the form of a motion

Author: A. R. Ammons. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 2 Richard Amory's Listen, the loon sings...

Author: Amory, Richard. Publisher: Greenleaf Classics(San Diego, Calif.).Series Title: Loon songs trilogy. Series Volume: 3.


Box Lib 2 Richard Amory's Song of the loon : a gay pastoral in five books and an interlude

Author: Amory, Richard. Publisher: Greenleaf Classics(San Diego, California).


Box Lib 2 The murderers : the story of the narcotic gangs

Author: Harry J. Anslinger and Will Oursler. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 2 [Angels and awakenings. Selections]; Angels and awakenings : stories of the miraculous, 1980

Author: great modern writers ; edited M. Cameron Grey ; illustrated Warren Chappell. Publisher: Doubleday & Company([New York]).


Box Lib 2 Alfred Hitchcock presents : 14 of my favorites in suspense, 1963]

Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).


Box Lib 2 American dreams : the imagination of Sam Shepard

Author: edited by Bonnie Marranca. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Performing Arts Journal Publications(New York).


Box Lib 2 American film criticism : from the beginnings to Citizen Kane : reviews of significant films at the time they first appeared

Author: edited by Stanley Kauffmann with Bruce Henstell. Publisher: Liveright(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 2 American Negro poetry, [1964]

Author: edited and with an introduction by Arna Bontemps. Edition: 1st American Century series ed.. Publisher: Hill and Wang(New York).Series Title: American century series.


Box Lib 2 American premier stage : a proposal for a new professional theatre in Boston, [1980]

Publisher: APS(Boston).


Box Lib 2 The American heritage dictionary of the English language

Author: Peter Davies, editor ; based on the hardcover edition, William Morris, editor. Edition: Paperback ed.. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 2 The American poetry anthology

Author: edited by Daniel Halpern. Publisher: Equinox Books / published by Avon([New York]).

First Equinox printing.



Box Lib 3 They've killed the President! : the search for the murderers of John F. Kennedy

Author: Robert Sam Anson. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).

2 copies.


Box Lib 3 Anne Boleyn

Author: Evelyn Anthony. Edition: Book club ed.. Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell Company(New York).


Box Lib 3 Selected writings of Guillaume Apollinaire : [Selections. English and French]

Author: translated with a critical introduction by Roger Shattuck. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 3 Zip : a novel of the left and the right

Author: Max Apple. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 3 Luis Buñuel : a critical biography : [Luis Buñuel : biografía crítica. English], 1976]

Author: Francisco Aranda ; translated and edited David Robinson. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Da Capo Press([New York).

A Da Capo paperback. First paperback printing.


Box Lib 3 The secret life of Tyrone Power, [1980]

Author: Hector Arce. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 3 The shattered glass, 1962

Author: Jean Ariss. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Proof copy.


Box Lib 3 The shattered glass, 1962

Author: Jean Ariss. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 3 The eleven comedies : [Plays. English], [1943]

Author: Aristophanes ; literally & completely translated from the Greek tongue into English with translator's foreword, an introduction to each comedy & elucidatory notes. Edition: Black & gold ed.. Publisher: Liveright Publishing Co.(New York).


Box Lib 3 Film and reality : an historical survey

Author: Roy Armes. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England]).


Box Lib 3 Anthology of modern Hebrew poetry, 1966

Author: selected by S. Y. Penueli and A. Ukhmani. Publisher: Institute for the Translation of Hebrew Literature and Israel Universities Press(Jerusalem).


Box Lib 3 Antologia de la poesia mexicana, [1971]

Author: Miguel Gussinye. Edition: 3a ed.. Publisher: Editorial Azor(Mexico).



Box Lib 4 The wounding : an essay on education

Author: Edward Albee. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Mountain State Press ; published in affiliation with The University of Charleston(Charleston, West Virginia).


Box Lib 4 French cinema since 1946

Author: Roy Armes. Edition: 2nd enlarged ed.. Publisher: A. Zwemmer Limited ; New Jersey : A. S. Barnes & Co.(London).


Box Lib 4 Three cities : a trilogy

Author: Sholem Asch ; translated Willa and Edwin Muir. Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 4 As we know : poems

Author: John Ashbery. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England]).


Box Lib 4 Shadow train : poems

Author: John Ashbery. Publisher: Penguin Books([New York]).


Box Lib 4 The young visiters : or, Mr. Salteena's plan, [1972]

Author: Daisy Ashford ; illustrated William Pène Du Bois. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, N. Y.).


Box Lib 4 Delmore Schwartz : the life of an American poet

Author: James Atlas. Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 4 [Mantiq ut-tair. English], 1971

Author: The conference of the birds : Mantiq ut-tair : a philosophical religious poem in prose. Edition: Farid Ud-Din Attar. Publisher: Shambala(Berkeley, [California]).Series Title: The clear light series.


Box Lib 4 About the house

Author: W. H. Auden. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 4 City without walls : and other poems

Author: W. H. Auden. Publisher: Faber and Faber(London).


Box Lib 4 Homage to Clio

Author: W. H. Auden. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 4 Emma, 1955

Author: Jane Austen. Publisher: The Zodiac Press(London).


Box Lib 4 The blue guitar, undated

Author: Alex Austin. Publisher: Frederick Fell(New York).

Advance reading copy.


Box Lib 4 The rings of Tantalus

Author: Richard Avery. Publisher: Fawcett Publications(Greenwich, Connecticut).Series Title: The expendables. Series Volume: 2.

First printing. A Fawcett gold medal book.


Box Lib 4 The young male figure : in paintings, sculptures, and drawings from ancient Egypt to the present, [1974]

Author: Brandt Aymar. Publisher: Crown Publishers(New York).


Box Lib 4 A treatise on the seven rays, [1953]

Author: Alice A. Bailey. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: Lucis Publishing Company(New York).

Holdings : v.3


Box Lib 4 A treatise on white magic : or, The way of the disciple, [1956]

Author: Alice A. Bailey. Edition: 6th ed.. Publisher: Lucis Publishing Company(New York).



Box Lib 5 Talk to your plants : and other gardening know-how I learned from Grandma Putt, [1974]

Author: Jerry Baker ; literary consultant : Dan Kibbie. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 5 Another country, 1963]

Author: James Baldwin. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).


Box Lib 5 Nobody knows my name : more notes of a native son, 1961

Author: James Baldwin. Publisher: The Dial Press(New York).


Box Lib 5 Tallulah : my autobiography

Author: Tallulah Bankhead. Publisher: Sears Readers Club(Chicago).


Box Lib 5 I preraffaelliti

Author: di Renato Barilli. Publisher: Fratelli Fabbri Editori([Milano).Series Title: Mensili d'arte.


Box Lib 5 The Oliviers : a biography

Author: Felix Barker. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company(Philadelphia and New York).


Box Lib 5 Ryder

Author: Djuna Barnes ; with illustrations the author. Publisher: St. Martin's Press(New York).


Box Lib 5 Selected works of Djuna Barnes : Spillway / The antiophon / Nightwood : [Selections], [1980]

Author: Barnes, Djuna. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).


Box Lib 5 The universe and Dr. Einstein, c1948

Author: Lincoln Barnett ; with a foreword by Albert Einstein. Publisher: William Sloane Associates(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 5 Too much, too soon

Author: Diana Barrymore and Gerold Frank. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Henry Holt and Company(New York).


Box Lib 5 Too much, too soon

Author: Diana Barrymore and Gerold Frank. Publisher: Henry Holt and Company(New York).


Box Lib 5 Steps to an ecology of mind, [1978]

Author: Gregory Bateson. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).



Box Lib 6 Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Verlaine : selected verse and prose poems : [Selections. English]

Author: edited, with an introduction, by Joseph M. Bernstein. Publisher: The Citadel Press(New York).


Box Lib 6 Devil by the sea, 1959

Author: Nina Bawden. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company(Philadelphia & New York).


Box Lib 6 Politics has no morals, 1949

Author: Norman Beasley. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons ; London : Charles Scribner's Sons, Ltd.(New York).


Box Lib 6 Questions God asks

Author: Hunter Beckelhymer. Publisher: Abingdon Press(New York ; Nashville).


Box Lib 6 Cascando : and other short dramatic pieces

Author: Samuel Beckett. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing. 2 copies.


Box Lib 6 Molloy : a novel : [Molloy. English]

Author: Samuel Beckett ; translated from the French by Patrick Bowles in collaboration with the author. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).


Box Lib 6 Murphy

Author: Samuel Beckett. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).


Box Lib 6 Rockaby : and other short pieces

Author: Samuel Beckett. Edition: 1st Evergreen paperbound ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 6 Vathek : [Vathek. English], [1953]

Author: William Beckford ; translated by Herbert B. Grimsditch ; illustrated by Charles W. Stewart. Publisher: The Bodley Head([London]).


Box Lib 6 The quare fellow : a comedy-drama

Author: Brendan Behan. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 6 Kings don't mean a thing : the John Knight murder case, 1978

Author: Arthur Bell. Publisher: William Morrow and Company(New York).

Uncorrected advance proofs.


Box Lib 6 The end of ideology : on the exhaustion of political ideas in the Fifties

Author: Daniel Bell. Publisher: The Free Press(Glencoe, Illinois).


Box Lib 6 Mr. Sammler's planet

Author: Saul Bellow. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 6 Neighbors : a novel, 1981]

Author: Thomas Berger. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

A Delta book / Seymour Lawrence. First Delta printing.


Box Lib 6 Scenes from a marriage : six dialogues for television : [Scener ur ett äktenskap. English]

Author: Ingmar Bergman. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 6 Ingrid Bergman : my story

Author: Ingrid Bergman and Alan Burgess. Publisher: Delacorte Press(New York).

First printing.



Box Lib 7 The dream songs

Author: John Berryman. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 7 The sky is red

Author: Giuseppe Berto ; translated from the Italian by Angus Davidson. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).


Box Lib 7 The last of the Bohemians : twenty years with Léon-Paul Fargue : [Vingt ans avec Léon-Paul Fargue. English]

Author: André Beucler ; with an introduction by Archibald MacLeish. Publisher: William Sloane Associates(New York).


Box Lib 7 The Bhagavad Gita as it is

Author: with introduction, translation and authorized purport by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami. Edition: 1st Collier Books ed.. Publisher: Collier Books ; London : Collier-Macmillan Ltd.(New York).


Box Lib 7 The holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha in the authorized version, [1955]

Author: Bible. English. Authorized. Publisher: Collins Clear-Type Press in association with The Grosvenor Press (England) Ltd.([Glasgow]).

The Wyndham Bible.


Box Lib 7 The holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments, undated

Author: translated out of the original tongues and with the former translations diligently compared. Edition: Authorized (King James) version ; self-pronouncing reference ed.. Publisher: Made for The Gideons by The National Bible Press(Philadelphia).


Box Lib 7 Better Homes & Gardens new cook book

Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: [Better Homes & Gardens]([S. l.]).


Box Lib 7 The best loved poems of the American people, [1958]

Author: selected by Hazel Felleman. Publisher: Garden City Books(Garden City, New York).



Box Lib 8 The holy Bible : revised standard version containing the Old and New Testaments, 1953

Author: Bible. English. Revised Standard.. Publisher: Thomas Nelson & Sons(New York ; Toronto ; Edinburgh).


Box Lib 8 The New Testament of the Jerusalem Bible, [1969]

Author: General editor Alexander Jones. Edition: Reader's ed. with abridged introductions and notes ; Image Books ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 8 Rudyard Kipling

Author: Lord Birkenhead. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Random House(New York).


Box Lib 8 The fair fair ladies of Chartres Street, [1974]

Author: Christopher Blake. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).


Box Lib 8 Pavilions of the heart : the four walls of love

Author: Lesley Blanch. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 8 The wilder shores of love

Author: Lesley Blanch. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First Simon and Schuster paperback printing.


Box Lib 8 A history of ballet and dance in the Western world

Author: Alexander Bland. Publisher: Praeger Publishers(New York).


Box Lib 8 The exorcist, [1972]

Author: William Peter Blatty. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 8 The easy guide to Guadalajara and suburbs, [1973]

Author: Richard Bloomgarden. Edition: 5th ed.. Publisher: Litográfica Turmex([México]).


Box Lib 8 With William Burroughs : a report from the bunker

Author: Victor Bockris. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Seaver Books(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 8 Klytaimnestra who stayed at home, 1980

Author: Nancy Bogen. Publisher: The Twickenham Press(New York).


Box Lib 8 The art of watching films : a guide to film analysis

Author: Joseph M. Boggs. Publisher: The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company(Menlo Park, California ; [etc.]).


Box Lib 8 The cost of discipleship : [Nachfolge. English]

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Edition: Revised & unabridged ed. containing material not previously translated. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).



Box Lib 9 A personal anthology : [Selections. English]

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; edited and with a foreword by Anthony Kerrigan. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 9 Borges on writing, 1973

Author: edited by Norman Thomas di Giovanni, Daniel Halpern, and Frank MacShane. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 9 Doctor Brodie's report : [El informe de Brodie. English], [1973]

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni in collaboration with the author. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 9 Ficciones : [Ficciones. English]

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; edited and with an introduction Anthony Kerrigan. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing. An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 9 In praise of darkness : [Elogio de la sombra. English & Spanish], 1974

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni. Edition: A bilingual ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 9 Labyrinths : selected stories & other writings : [Selections. English]

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; edited by Donald A. Yates & James E. Irby ; preface by André Maurois. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

2 copies.


Box Lib 9 Poems : [Poems. Selections. English], 1969

Author: Jorge Luis Borges ; translated and with a note by Anthony Kerrigan. Publisher: New Writers' Press(Dublin).

No. 196 of 300 numbered copies.


Box Lib 9 The book of imaginary beings : [El libro de los seres imaginarios. English], 1969

Author: Jorge Luis Borges with Margarita Guerrero ; revised, enlarged, and translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni in collaboration with the author. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

2 copies.


Box Lib 9 Part of a long story, 1958

Author: Agnes Boulton. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 9 No gods are false : selected poems of Augustine Bowe

Author: selected and with an introduction by John Frederick Nims. Publisher: The Macmillan Company ; London : Collier-Macmillan Limited(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 9 Pictures and conversations, 1975

Author: Elizabeth Bowen ; with a foreword Spencer Curtis Brown. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A borzoi book.


Box Lib 9 Plain pleasures

Author: Jane Bowles. Publisher: Peter Owen(London).


Box Lib 9 Two serious ladies, 1943

Author: Jane Bowles. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 9 Two serious ladies, [1965]

Author: Jane Bowles. Edition: 1st British Commonwealth ed.. Publisher: Peter Owen(London).


Box Lib 9 The delicate prey : and other stories

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: Random House([New York]).

First printing.



Box Lib 10 Midnight mass, 1981

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).

Paperback. 2 copies.


Box Lib 10 Next to nothing, 1976

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: [Starstreams](Kathmandu, Nepal).Series Title: Starstreams. Series Volume: 5.

No. 261 of 500 numbered copies.


Box Lib 10 Next to nothing : collected poems, 1926-1977, 1981

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).

Paperback.


Box Lib 10 The sheltering sky, [1978]

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: The Ecco Press(New York).


Box Lib 10 Things gone and things still here, 1977

Author: Paul Bowles. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).

Paperback.


Box Lib 10 Three short novels : [Novels. Selections], [1958]

Author: Kay Boyle. Publisher: Beacon Press(Boston).


Box Lib 10 The bloody sun

Author: Marion Zimmer Bradley. Publisher: Ace Books(New York).


Box Lib 10 From England to America : a message

Author: Henry Noel Brailsford. Publisher: Whittlesey House ; McGraw-Hill Book Company(New York ; London).


Box Lib 10 I remember more

Author: Joe Brainard. Publisher: Angel Hair Books([New York]).

One of 800 copies.


Box Lib 10 New work, 1973

Author: Joe Brainard. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Los Angeles).

One of 1,000 copies in paper wrappers.


Box Lib 10 Rommel drives on deep into Egypt

Author: Richard Brautigan. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

A delta book.


Box Lib 10 The Tokyo-Montana express

Author: Richard Brautigan. Publisher: Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence([New York]).

First printing. Uncorrected galley proof.


Box Lib 10 The idler

Author: Neville Braybrooke. Publisher: Secker & Warburg(London).


Box Lib 10 The visions of Simone Machard : [Simone. English]

Author: Bertolt Brecht and Lion Feuchtwanger ; translated and with a preface by Carl Richard Mueller. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen Black Cat book. First printing.


Box Lib 10 An elementary textbook of psychoanalysis

Author: Charles Brenner. Publisher: Doubleday Anchor Books ; Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 10 Dylan Thomas in America, 1966]

Author: John Malcolm Brinnin. Publisher: Avon Books([New York).

First Avon printing.


Box Lib 10 A part of speech

Author: Joseph Brodsky. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Farrar, Straus, Giroux(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 10 Britannica book of the year

Author: prepared under the editorial direction of Walter Yust. Publisher: Encyclopædia Britannica(Chicago ; Toronto ; London).

Holdings : 1955


Box Lib 10 The boy : a photographic essay, 1967

Author: edited by Georges St. Martin and Ronald C. Nelson. Publisher: Book Adventures(New York).



Box Lib 11 Gone with the Windsors

Author: Iles Brody. Publisher: The John C. Winston Company(Philadelphia ; Toronto).


Box Lib 11 The collected poems of Rupert Brooke : [Poems], 1916

Author: with an introduction by George Edward Woodberry ; and a biographical note by Margaret Lavington. Publisher: John Lane Company(New York).


Box Lib 11 The late great creature, 1972

Author: Brock Brower. Edition: 1st ed. ; sneak preview ed.. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 11 Days without weather

Author: Cecil Brown. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux(New York).

Uncorrected page proof.


Box Lib 11 Down all the days

Author: Christy Brown. Publisher: Stein and Day(New York).


Box Lib 11 The parade's gone by..., 1968

Author: Kevin Brownlow. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book.


Box Lib 11 Some sort of epic grandeur : the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald

Author: Matthew J. Bruccoli ; with a genealogical afterword Scottie Fitzgerald Smith. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).


Box Lib 11 The essential Lenny Bruce

Author: compiled and edited by John Cohen. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).

A Douglas/Ballantine book.


Box Lib 11 Bruguière : his photographs and his life, 1977

Author: photographs by Francis Joseph Bruguière, 1879-1945 ; with a critical and biographical narrative by James Enyeart. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A borzoi book.


Box Lib 11 The cinema of Luis Bunuel

Author: Freddy Buache ; translated by Peter Graham. Publisher: The Tantivy Press ; New York : A. S. Barnes & Co.(London).Series Title: The international film guide series.


Box Lib 11 The teaching of Buddha : a compendium of many scriptures

Author: translated from the Japanese. Publisher: Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai ; Mitutoyo Mfg. Co.]([Tokyo).


Box Lib 11 Fire station, 1970

Author: Charles Bukowski. Publisher: Capricorn Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).

In wrappers.


Box Lib 11 Shakespeare never did this

Author: Charles Bukowski ; with photographs Michael Montfort. Publisher: City Lights Books([San Francisco]).


Box Lib 11 The days run away like wild horses over the hills, 1969

Author: Charles Bukowski. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Los Angeles).

One of 1,250 copies in paper wrappers. 2 copies.


Box Lib 11 Bulfinch's mythology : The age of fable, The age of chivalry, Legends of Charlemagne, undated

Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).



Box Lib 12 The song of God : Bhagavad-Gita, [1962]

Author: translated by Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood ; with an introduction by Aldous Huxley. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Mentor religious classic.


Box Lib 12 Three screenplays : Viridiana, The exterminating angel, Simon of the desert : [Screenplays. Selections. English], c1969

Author: Luis Buñuel. Edition: New York.


Box Lib 12 The sonnets of Michael Angelo Buonarroti : [Sonnets. English]

Author: translated into rhymed English by John Addington Symonds. Publisher: Gramercy Publishing Company(New York).


Box Lib 12 I, Michelangolo, sculptor : an autobiography through letters : [Correspondence. Selections. English], [1964]

Author: edited by Irving and Jean Stone. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. First printing.


Box Lib 12 Earthly powers

Author: Anthony Burgess. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).


Box Lib 12 The long day wanes : a Malayan trilogy

Author: Anthony Burgess. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company(New York).


Box Lib 12 [Snack... : two tape transcripts, [1975]

Author: William Burroughs ; Eric Mottram. Publisher: Aloes Books(London]).


Box Lib 12 Cities of the red night : a boy's book

Author: William S. Burroughs. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).

Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 12 The soft machine, [1973]

Author: William S. Burroughts. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 12 The wild boys : a book of the dead

Author: William S. Burroughs. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 12 Animal courtship, [1954]

Author: Maurice Burton ; drawings by Jane Burton. Publisher: Frederick A. Praeger(New York).


Box Lib 12 History of the later Roman empire from the death of Theodosius I. to the death of Justinian

Author: J. B. Bury. Publisher: Dover Publications(New York).

Holdings : v.2


Box Lib 12 Japanalia, [1956]

Author: Lewis Bush. Edition: 2nd, revised and enlarged ed.. Publisher: Okuyama(Tokyo).


Box Lib 12 'Famous in my own time' : Byron's letters and journals : [Correspondence], 1973

Author: edited by Leslie A. Marchand. Publisher: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press(Cambridge, Massachusetts).

Holdings : v.2


Box Lib 12 His very self and voice : collected conversations of Lord Byron, 1954

Author: edited with an introduction and notes by Ernest J. Lovell, Jr.. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).

First printing.



Box Lib 13 Byron : a self-portrait : letters and diaries, 1798 to 1824 : with hitherto unpublished letters : [Correspondence. Selections], 1950

Author: edited by Peter Quennell. Publisher: John Murray(London).


Box Lib 13 God's little acre

Author: Erskine Caldwell ; with a new introduction the author. Edition: First Modern Library ed.. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 13 Extreme magic : a novella and other stories

Author: Hortense Calisher. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 13 Textures of life : a novel

Author: Hortense Calisher. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 13 Invisible cities : [Le città invisibili. English]

Author: Italo Calvino ; translated from the Italian by William Weaver. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).

A Helen and Kurt Wolff book. Another copy of the dust jacket in box 19.


Box Lib 13 Invisible cities : [Le città invisibili. English], [1978]

Author: Italo Calvino ; translated from the Italian by William Weaver. Edition: 1st Harvest / HBJ ed.. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).

A Harvest / HBJ book. A Helen and Kurt Wolff book.


Box Lib 13 Antonioni

Author: Ian Cameron & Robin Wood. Publisher: Studio Vista([London]).Series Title: Movie paperbacks.


Box Lib 13 Antonioni

Author: Ian Cameron & Robin Wood. Publisher: Praeger([New York]).Series Title: Praeger film library.


Box Lib 13 Exile and the kingdom : [L'éxil et la royaume. English]

Author: Albert Camus ; translated from the French Justin O'Brien. Publisher: Hamish Hamilton(London).


Box Lib 13 The fall : a novel : [La chute. English]

Author: Albert Camus ; translated Justin O'Brien. Publisher: Vintage Books(New York).


Box Lib 13 In cold blood : a true account of a multiple murder and its consequences

Author: Truman Capote. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 13 Local color

Author: Truman Capote. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 13 Music for chameleons : new writing

Author: Truman Capote. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Random House(New York).


Box Lib 13 The French revolution : a history, undated

Author: Thomas Carlyle. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 13 Hard rain falling

Author: Don Carpenter. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World(New York).

Proof copy.


Box Lib 13 C. G. Jung : word and image

Author: edited by Aniela Jaffé. Publisher: Princeton University Press([Princeton, New Jersey]).Series Title: Bollingen series. Series Volume: 97:02:00.



Box Lib 14 W. H. Auden : a biography, 1981

Author: Humphrey Carpenter. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).


Box Lib 14 Fire, burn!, [1959]

Author: John Dickson Carr. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 To wake the dead, [1967]

Author: John Dickson Carr. Publisher: Collier Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 Elephants : a short account of their natural history, evolution and influence on mankind, 1959

Author: Richard Carrington ; with illustrations Maurice Wilson and others. Publisher: Basic Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 The gospel of Buddha, 1915

Author: compiled from ancient records by Paul Carus ; illustrated by O. Kopetzky. Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company(Chicago and London).


Box Lib 14 Sedem vykrikov na mori, [1959]

Author: Alejandro Casona ; Hra v troch dejstvách. Prelozil Vl. Oleríny ; úprava E. Galandová a P. Rímsky. Publisher: Armádne Divadlo SNP([S. l.]).


Box Lib 14 The first third & other writings

Author: Neal Cassady. Publisher: City Lights([San Francisco]).

2 copies.


Box Lib 14 The teachings of Don Juan : a Yaqui way of knowledge, [1971]

Author: Carlos Castaneda. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 The University of Chicago Spanish dictionary : a new concise Spanish-English and English-Spanish dictionary of words and phrases basic to the written and spoken languages of today, [1952]

Author: compiled by Carlos Castillo & Otto F. Bond ; with the assistance of Barbara M. Garcia. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 The University of Chicago Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionary : a new concise dictionary of words and phrases basic to the written and spoken languages of today, [1961]

Author: compiled by Carlos Castillo & Otto F. Bond ; with the assistance of Barbara M. Garcia. Edition: Cardinal ed.. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 14 Collected poems : [Poems. English]

Author: C. P. Cavafy ; translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard ; edited by George Savidis. Publisher: Princeton University Press(Princeton, New Jersey).Series Title: Princeton paperbacks.


Box Lib 14 Poesie scelte : [Poems. Selections. Italian and Greek], [1956]

Author: Costantino Cavafis ; versioni di Filippo Maria Pontani con un Ricordo di Giuseppe Ungaretti. Publisher: All'Insegna del Pesce d'Oro(Milano).Series Title: Pagine di letterature straniere antiche e moderne. Series Volume: 5.

No. 807 of 1,000 numbered copies.


Box Lib 14 The complete poems of Cavafy : [Poems. English]

Author: translated by Rae Dalven ; with an introduction by W. H. Auden. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace & World(New York).

A harvest book.


Box Lib 14 Mrs. Caldwell speaks to her son : [Mrs. Caldwell habla con su hijo. English]

Author: Camilo José Cela ; Mrs. Caldwell habla con su hijo in the authorized English translation and with an introduction J. S. Bernstein. Publisher: Cornell University Press(Ithaca, New York).Series Title: Cornell paperbacks.

First printing.


Box Lib 14 Death on the installment plan

Author: Louis-Ferdinand Céline ; translated from the French Ralph Manheim. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 14 Impressionist painting

Author: Albert Châtelet. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company(New York ; Toronto ; London).

Book and slides.


Box Lib 14 Cassell's Spanish-English, English-Spanish dictionary

Author: edited by Edgar Allison Peers ; José V. Barragán ; Francesco A. Vinyals ; Jorge Arturo Mora. Edition: 6th ed.. Publisher: Cassell(London).



Box Lib 15 St. Mick : a novel

Author: Jack Challenge. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Ross-Erikson(Santa Barbara, [California]).


Box Lib 15 Hello, I must be going : Groucho and his friends, 1978

Author: Charlotte Chandler. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 15 Papillon : [Papillon. English], [1971]

Author: Henri Charrière ; translated from the French by Patrick O'Brian. Publisher: Panther([London]).


Box Lib 15 Kerouac : a biography

Author: Ann Charters. Publisher: Warner Paperback Library([New York]).

A straight arrow book. First printing.


Box Lib 15 Best plays : [Plays. Selections. English]

Author: Chekhov ; translated and with an introduction Stark Young. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 15 Plays : [Plays. English], [1980]

Author: Anton Chekhov ; translated and with an introduction by Elisaveta Fen. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England]).Series Title: Penguin classics.


Box Lib 15 Select tales of Tchehov : [Short stories. Selections. English], 1949

Author: translated from the Russian of Constance Garnett. Publisher: Chatto & Windus(London).


Box Lib 15 The portable Chekhov : [Selections. English], [1978]

Author: edited, and with an introduction, by Avraham Yarmolinsky. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).


Box Lib 15 Three plays : The cherry orchard, Three sisters, Ivanov : [Plays. Selections. English], [1953]

Author: Anton Chekhov ; translated and with an introduction by Elisaveta Fen. Publisher: Penguin Books(London ; Melbourne ; Baltimore).


Box Lib 15 Two plays : [Plays. Selections], 1912

Author: Tchekhof : The seagull, The cherry orchard ; translated, with an introduction and notes, George Calderon. Publisher: Grant Richards(London).


Box Lib 15 Sick and full of burning

Author: Kelly Cherry. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 15 Jean Genet in Tangier

Author: Mohamed Choukri ; translated by Paul Bowles ; introduction by William Burroughs. Publisher: The Ecco Press(New York).


Box Lib 15 At Bertram's hotel, [1967]

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 15 Cat among the pigeons, [1965]

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 15 Murder after hours : original title: The hollow : [The hollow], 1960]

Author: Agatha Christie. Edition: New Dell ed.. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

First printing. A Dell mystery.



Box Lib 16 A pocket full of rye, [1967]

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).

A Jane Marple murder mystery


Box Lib 16 Ordeal by innocence, [1969]

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 16 The secret adversary

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 16 Third girl, 1966

Author: Agatha Christie. Publisher: Published for The Crime Club by Collins(London).


Box Lib 16 The temptation to exist, [1970]

Author: E. M. Cioran ; translated from the French by Richard Howard ; introduction by Susan Sontag. Edition: 1st Quadrangle paperback ed.. Publisher: Quadrangle Books(Chicago).


Box Lib 16 The New York times guide to dining out in New York, 1969

Author: Craig Claiborne. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 16 Four screenplays : [Screenplays. Selections. English], 1970

Author: René Clair ; translated from the French by Piergiuseppe Bozzetti. Publisher: The Orion Press(New York).


Box Lib 16 Looking at pictures

Author: Kenneth Clark. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).


Box Lib 16 All the best in Japan : with Manila, Hong Kong and Macao, 1959

Author: Sydney Clark. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).

A Sydney Clark travel book.


Box Lib 16 Inglés a sus órdenes : Spanish at your service

Author: recopilación por ; compiled by G. Winston Clarke. Publisher: Daniel House(Miami Beach, Florida).


Box Lib 16 King Rat : a novel

Author: James Clavell. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 16 Soul on ice

Author: Eldridge Cleaver ; with an introduction Maxwell Geismar. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.]([New York).

A Delta book.


Box Lib 16 The mask of sanity : an attempt to clarify some issues about the so-called psychopathic personality, 1955

Author: Hervey Cleckley. Edition: 3rd ed.. Publisher: The C. V. Mosby Company(St. Louis).


Box Lib 16 Christmas ghosts : an anthology

Author: selected by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 16 City lights anthology

Publisher: City Lights Books([San Francisco]).


Box Lib 16 The classic anthology, 1954

Author: defined by Confucius ; Ezra Pound. Publisher: Harvard University Press(Cambridge, [Massachusetts]).



Box Lib 17 All people are famous (instead of an autobiography)

Author: Harold Clurman. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).


Box Lib 17 The blood of a poet : a film : [Le sang d'un poète. English]

Author: Jean Cocteau ; translated from the French Lily Pons. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Bodley Press]([New York).

A Hugo edition of the Bodley Press.


Box Lib 17 The difficulty of being : [La difficulté d'être. English]

Author: Jean Cocteau ; introduction by Ned Rorem ; translated by Elizabeth Sprigge. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Coward-McCann(New York).


Box Lib 17 The holy terrors : [Les enfants terribles. English]

Author: Jean Cocteau ; with illustrations the author ; translated Rosamond Lehmann. Publisher: New Directions]([Norfolk, Connecticut).

2 copies.


Box Lib 17 The white paper

Author: Anonymous ; with a preface and illustrations by Jean Cocteau. Publisher: The Macaulay Company(New York).


Box Lib 17 The literary history of Spanish America, 1941

Author: Alfred Coester. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).


Box Lib 17 The Monday rhetoric of the love club : and other parables, 1973]

Author: Marvin Cohen. Publisher: New Directions([New York).

New Directions paperbook 353.


Box Lib 17 Where I was born and raised

Author: David L. Cohn. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

Part one of this book was published in 1935 as God shakes creation.


Box Lib 17 Mark

Author: Lonnie Coleman. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

Advance uncorrected proofs.


Box Lib 17 Children of crisis

Author: Robert Coles. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Holdings: v.2 (c1971)


Box Lib 17 My mother's house : and, Sido : [La maison de Claudine. English]

Author: Colette. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).


Box Lib 17 The innocent libertine : [L'ingénue libertine. English], [1978]

Author: Colette ; translated by Antonia White. Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux(New York).


Box Lib 17 Is Paris burning?

Author: Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre. Edition: A Pocket Cardinal ed.. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).

1st printing.


Box Lib 17 The cloud of unknowing, 1973]

Author: introductory commentary and translation by Ira Progoff. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

A Delta book. First Delta printing.



Box Lib 18 [Works : [Works. English]

Author: Colette. Edition: Uniform ed.]. Publisher: Secker and Warburg(London).

Holdings : v.5-7 (1953-1955)


Box Lib 18 The Shanghai gesture : a play, 1926

Author: John Colton ; with an introduction John D. Williams. Publisher: Boni and Liveright(New York).


Box Lib 18 Our friend James Joyce

Author: Mary and Padraic Colum. Publisher: Dolphin Books ; Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 18 Brothers and sisters : a novel, 1956

Author: Ivy Compton-Burnett. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: The Zero Press(New York).


Box Lib 18 Elders and betters, [1948]

Author: I. Compton-Burnett. Publisher: Victor Gollancz(London).


Box Lib 18 Pastors and masters, 1952

Author: I. Compton-Burnett. Publisher: Victor Gollancz(London).


Box Lib 18 We called it music : a generation of jazz

Author: Eddie Condon ; narration Thomas Sugrue. Publisher: Henry Holt and Company(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 18 A Key West rebus : poems and photographs, [1969]

Author: Kirby Congdon and Cory McDonald. Publisher: Interim Books(New York).

First printing. One of 500 copies.


Box Lib 18 William Congreve : [Plays. Selections], 1948

Author: edited by Alex. Charles Ewald. Publisher: Ernest Benn Limited(London).Series Title: The mermaid series.


Box Lib 18 A comprehensive anthology of American poetry

Author: edited by Conrad Aiken. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 18 The complete Greek drama : all the extant tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides, and the comedies of Aristophanes and Menander

Author: in a variety of translations ; edited by Whitney J. Oates and Eugene O'Neill, Jr.. Publisher: Random House(New York).



Box Lib 19 Principles of abnormal psychology

Author: Edmund S. Conklin. Publisher: Henry Holt and Company(New York).


Box Lib 19 La fiesta brava : the art of the bull ring

Author: BarnaConrad. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).


Box Lib 19 Almayer's folly : a story of an eastern river, 1927

Author: Joseph Conrad. Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 19 Coma : a novel, [1977]

Author: Robin Cook. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. First Signet printing.


Box Lib 19 Trumpets from the steep, 1960

Author: Diana Cooper. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company(Boston).

First printing.


Box Lib 19 Pricksongs & descants : fictions, [1970]

Author: Robert Coover. Publisher: New American Library(New York ; London ; and Scarborough, Ontario).

A Plume book. First Plume printing.


Box Lib 19 Spanking the maid : a novel

Author: Robert Coover. Edition: 1st Evergreen ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 19 Elegiac feelings American

Author: Gregory Corso. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

A New Directions paperbook.


Box Lib 19 Two plays : [Plays. Selections], 1959

Author: James Costigan. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 19 Laurette, 1968

Author: Marguerite Courtney ; with an introduction Brooks Atkinson. Edition: 1st Atheneum ed.. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 19 Anatomy of an illness as perceived by the patient : reflections on healing and regeneration

Author: Norman Cousins ; introduction René Dubos. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company(New York ; London).


Box Lib 19 The Noel Coward diaries

Author: edited by Graham Payn and Sheridan Morley. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Uncorrected advance proof.


Box Lib 19 Zulu journal : field notes of a naturalist in South Africa, 1959

Author: Raymond B. Cowles. Publisher: University of California Press(Berkeley and Los Angeles).


Box Lib 19 [Scott Fitzgerald : a biography

Author: Andrew Turnbull. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Dust jacket only.


Box Lib 19 [Recuerdos de niñez y de mocedad, 1952]

Author: Miguel de Unamuno. Edition: 4a ed.. Publisher: Espasa-Calpe Argentina, S. A.(Buenos Aires ; Mexico).Series Title: Colección Austral ; série anaranjada.

Dust jacket only.



Box Lib 20 The feast of fools : a theological essay on festivity and fantasy, 1969

Author: Harvey Cox. Publisher: Harvard University Press(Cambridge, Massachusetts).


Box Lib 20 The life of George Crabbe, 1947

Author: his son ; with an introduction Edmund Blunden. Publisher: The Cresset Press(London).Series Title: The Cresset library. Series Volume: 4.


Box Lib 20 White buildings : poems

Author: Hart Crane ; with an introduction Allen Tate ; and a foreword John Logan. Edition: Liveright paperbound ed.. Publisher: Liveright(New York).


Box Lib 20 Active service : a novel, 1901

Author: Stephen Crane. Publisher: International Association of Newspapers and Authors(New York).


Box Lib 20 One naked individual

Author: Cheryl Crawford. Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company(New York ; Indianapolis).

First printing. Advance uncorrected proofs.


Box Lib 20 His idea

Author: Robert Creeley ; [photographs by Elsa Dorfman]. Publisher: The Coach House Press([S. l.]).


Box Lib 20 Judith Crist's TV guide to the movies

Publisher: Popular Library(New York).


Box Lib 20 The passionate years, 1953

Author: Caresse Crosby. Publisher: The Dial Press(New York).


Box Lib 20 The confessions of Aleister Crowley : an autohagiography, [1971]

Author: edited by John Symonds and Kenneth Grant. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 20 History of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1867-1967, 1967

Author: Frank Cummings and Katharine L. Trewhitt. Publisher: [S. n.](Cleveland, Tennessee).


Box Lib 20 Morality and the love of God : (with study-club questions)

Author: Rev. Charles E. Curran. Publisher: Paulist Press(New York).Series Title: Doctrinal pamphlet series.


Box Lib 20 Tribute to Freud

Author: H. D. ; with unpublished letters Freud to the author. Publisher: Pantheon([New York]).


Box Lib 20 The games of night : ten stories and an autobiographical piece : [Short stories. Selections. English], 1961

Author: Stig Dagerman ; translated by Naomi Walford ; with an introduction by Michael Meyer. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company(Philadelpia and New York).Series Title: Keystone short stories.


Box Lib 20 Switch bitch, 1974

Author: Roald Sahl. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A borzoi book.


Box Lib 20 Chariots of the gods? : unsolved mysteries of the past : [Erinnerungen an die Zukunft. English], [1973]

Author: Erich von Däniken ; translated by Michael Heron. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).

Mutilated.


Box Lib 20 Gods from outer space : return to the stars : or, Evidence for the impossible : [Zurück zu den Sternen. English.], [1973]

Author: Erich von Däniken ; translated Michael Heron. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 20 La vita nuova : (poems of youth) : [La vita nuova. English], [1980]

Author: Dante Alighieri ; translated with an introduction by Barbara Reynolds. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).


Box Lib 20 The current voice : readings in contemporary prose

Author: Don L. Cook ; James H. Justus ; Wallace E. Williams. Publisher: Prentice-Hall(Englewood Cliffs, N. J.).



Box Lib 21 Mrs. Eddy

Author: Edwin Franden Dakin. Publisher: The Universal Library ; Grosset & Dunlap(New York).


Box Lib 21 Some time in the sun

Author: Tom Dardis. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 21 Some time in the Sun, undated

Author: Tom Dardis. Edition: [Book club ed.]. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 21 The power eaters, 1979

Author: Diana Davenport. Publisher: William Morrow and Company(New York).


Box Lib 21 French country cooking, [1952]

Author: Elizabeth David ; decorated John Minton. Publisher: Horizon Press(New York).


Box Lib 21 Edward Lear : landscape painter and nonsense poet, 1812-1888, [1950]

Author: Angus Davidson. Publisher: Penguin Books(Harmondsworth, Middlesex).


Box Lib 21 A dictionary of angels : including the fallen angels, [1969]

Author: Gustav Davidson. Publisher: The Free Press ; London : Collier-Macmillan Limited(New York).


Box Lib 21 Let's cook it right : good health comes from good cooking

Author: Adelle Davis. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company(New York).


Box Lib 21 Huey Long : a candid biography

Author: Forrest Davis ; with a digest of the share-our-wealth principles prepared Senator Huey Long. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Dodge Publishing Company(New York).


Box Lib 21 The painter's problem book : 20 problem subjects and how to paint them, [1976]

Author: Joseph Dawley as told to Gloria Dawley. Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications ; London : Pitman Publishing(New York).


Box Lib 21 Malcolm Lowry : a biography, 1973

Author: Douglas Day. Publisher: Oxford University Press(New York).


Box Lib 21 The mechanism of mind, [1970]

Author: Edward de Bono. Publisher: Jonathan Cape(London).


Box Lib 21 Jean Cocteau

Author: gesehen von Richard De Grab. Publisher: Delp'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung(München).



Box Lib 22 In transit to Venus, 1976

Author: Lorenzo de Kleinhans. Publisher: Aurelia Press(Key West, [Florida]).

One of 100 copies.


Box Lib 22 Praise a fine day

Author: Sigrid de Lima. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 22 Tower under siege : from mind's infernal pit

Author: Angelo De Luca. Publisher: Great Society Press]([Phillipsburg, N. J.).


Box Lib 22 Sex energy : the sexual force in man and animals, 1971]

Author: Robert S. De Ropp. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).

A Delta book. First Delta printing.


Box Lib 22 Set all afire, [1963]

Author: Louis de Wohl. Publisher: All Saints Press(New York).

1st printing.


Box Lib 22 Gradual wars

Author: Seamus Deane. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Irish University Press(Shannon, Ireland).

One of 1,000 paperback copies.


Box Lib 22 Sweetly sings the donkey

Author: Shelagh Delaney. Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 22 Players, 1977

Author: Don DeLillo. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book.


Box Lib 22 Moon-calf : a novel, 1920

Author: Floyd Dell. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 22 More power than we know : the people's movement toward democracy, 1975

Author: Dave Dellinger. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Anchor Press/Doubleday(Garden City, New York).

Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 22 The decline and fall of America

Author: Robert DeMaria. Publisher: Saturday Review Press(New York).


Box Lib 22 The untold history of Israel : [Histoire secrète d'Israël. English]

Author: Jacques Derogy and Hesi Carmel. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

Uncorrected proofs. First printing.


Box Lib 22 The untold history of Israel : [L'histoire secrète d'Israël. English]

Author: Jacques Derogy and Hesi Carmel. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 22 The dog owner's handbook

Author: H. J. Deutsch and J. J. McCoy ; illustrated Tom Kleinert. Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell Company(New York).


Box Lib 22 The dhammapada, 1965]

Author: translated from the Pali with an essay on Buddha and the Occident by Irving Babbitt. Publisher: New Directions([New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 22 Solar lottery

Author: Philip K. Dick. Publisher: Ace Books(New York).


Box Lib 22 Bleak house

Author: Charles Dickens ; with an afterword by Geoffrey Tillotson. Publisher: New American Library(New York and Scarborough, Ontario).

A Signet classic. First Signet printing.


Box Lib 22 Bleak House, [1948]

Author: Charles Dickens ; with forty illustrations Phiz and an introduction Sir Osbert Sitwell. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).Series Title: The new Oxford illustrated Dickens.



Box Lib 23 Three circles of light

Author: Pietro di Donato. Publisher: Julian Messner(New York).


Box Lib 23 Selected poems, 1956-1975 : [Poems. Selections]

Author: Diane di Prima. Publisher: North Atlantic Books([Plainfield, Vermont]).


Box Lib 23 Sketches by Boz : illustrative of every-day life and every-day people, undated

Author: Charles Dickens. Publisher: Chapman and Hall(London).


Box Lib 23 The works of Charles Dickens, undated

Publisher: Thomas Nelson and Sons(London, Edinburgh, and New York).Series Title: New Century library.

Holdings : v.6 (Barnaby Rudge).


Box Lib 23 Self-interviews, 1970

Author: James Dickey ; recorded and edited by Barbara and James Reiss. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 23 The eye-beaters, blood, victory, madness, buckhead and mercy, 1970

Author: James Dickey. Publisher: Doubleday and Company(Garden City, New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 23 The complete poems of Emily Dickinson : [Poems]

Author: edited by Thomas H. Johnson. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Paperback.


Box Lib 23 The white album

Author: Joan Didion. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).


Box Lib 23 A little original sin : the life and work of Jane Bowles

Author: Millicent Dillon. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).


Box Lib 23 Out of Africa

Author: Isak Dinesen ; with an introduction by Bernardine Kielty. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 23 God drives a flying saucer, [1973]

Author: R. L. Dione. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 23 Eighteenth Century vignettes, [1951]

Author: Austin Dobson. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).Series Title: The world's classics. Series Volume: 245.


Box Lib 23 Ragtime

Author: E. L. Doctorow. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Random House(New York).

2 copies.


Box Lib 23 Dictionary of American underworld lingo

Author: Hyman E. Goldin, editor in chief ; Frank O'Leary, general editor ; Morris Lipsius, assistant editor. Publisher: Twayne Publishers(New York).



Box Lib 24 The demons : [Die Dämonen. English], 1961

Author: Heimito von Doderer ; translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 24 Mobili e interni di architetti italiani : selezione dalla rivista Domus, 1952

Author: a cura di Lisa Licitra Ponti ; Enrichetta Ritter. Publisher: Editoriale Domus(Milano).


Box Lib 24 A singular man

Author: J. P. Donleavy. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

An Atlantic Monthly Press book.


Box Lib 24 The ginger man

Author: J. P. Donleavy. Edition: The complete and unexpurgated ed.. Publisher: Delacorte Press(New York).

A Seymour Lawrence book. First printing.


Box Lib 24 A ride on the Milky Way

Author: Marguerite Dorian. Publisher: Crown Publishers([New York]).

Proofs.


Box Lib 24 The house of the dead, undated

Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 24 The insulted and injured, [1955]

Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky ; translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 24 The idiot, [1942]

Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky ; illustrated Boardman Robinson ; translated from the Russian Constance Garnett. Edition: 1st Modern Library giant ed.. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 24 Travels in Arabia Deserta, undated

Author: Charles M. Doughty, with a new preface the author, introduction T. E. Lawrence, and all original maps, plans, & illustrations. Publisher: Boni & Liveright(New York) .


Box Lib 24 The rock cried out

Author: Ellen Douglas. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).



Box Lib 25 Forgive us our trespasses, [1957]

Author: Lloyd C. Douglas. Edition: Cardinal ed.. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 25 Points of rebellion

Author: William O. Douglas. Edition: 1st Vintage Books ed.. Publisher: Vintage Books(New York).


Box Lib 25 Island people

Author: Coleman Dowell. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

Proofs.


Box Lib 25 One of the children is crying

Author: Coleman Dowell. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 25 Too much flesh and Jabez

Author: Coleman Dowell. Publisher: New Directions([New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 25 The middle ground, 1980

Author: Margaret Drabble. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 25 Ruling passions

Author: Tom Driberg. Publisher: Jonathan Cape(London).


Box Lib 25 The infernal world of Bramwell Brontë, [1962]

Author: Daphne du Maurier. Edition: Giant Cardinal ed.. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).

1st printing.


Box Lib 25 The scapegoat, 1957

Author: Daphne Du Maurier. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, N. Y.).


Box Lib 25 Camille, undated

Author: Alexandre Dumas, fils ; introduction Edmund Gosse. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 25 The dud avocado, 1958

Author: Elaine Dundy. Publisher: Victor Gollancz Ltd.(London).

Uncorrected [proofs].


Box Lib 25 The dud avocado, 1958

Author: Elaine Dundy. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Co.(New York).

[Proofs].


Box Lib 25 Ned : a play

Author: Mark Dunster. Publisher: Linden Publishers(NY).Series Title: Rin. Series Volume: 3.


Box Lib 25 The drug experience : first-person accounts of addicts, writers, scientists and others

Author: edited, with introduction and notes, by David Ebin. Publisher: The Orion Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 25 The drug experience : first-person accounts of addicts, writers, scientists, and others, [1965]

Author: edited, with introduction and notes by David Ebin. Edition: 1st Evergreen Black Cat ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen Black Cat book



Box Lib 26 The age of reason begins : a history of European civilization in the period of Shakespeare, Bacon, Montaigne, Rembrandt, Galileo, and Descartes: 1558-1648, 1961

Author: Will and Ariel Durant. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).Series Title: The story of civilization. Series Volume: 7.


Box Lib 26 Greta Garbo

Author: Raymond Durgnat and John Kobal. Publisher: Studio Vista Limited ; New York : E. P. Dutton & Co.]([London).

A Dutton Vista pictureback.


Box Lib 26 Blue thirst, 1975

Author: Lawrence Durrell. Publisher: Capra Press(Santa Barbara, [California]).

Paperback.


Box Lib 26 More recipes from the backs of boxes, bottles, cans and jars

Author: Ceil Dyer. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company(New York ; St. Louis ; San Francisco ; Toronton ; Düsseldorf ; Mexico).


Box Lib 26 The oblivion seekers & other writings : [Selections. English]

Author: Isabelle Eberhardt ; translated by Paul Bowles. Publisher: City Lights([San Francisco]).


Box Lib 26 The Oswald file, [1978]

Author: Michael Eddowes. Publisher: Ace Books(New York).

First Ace printing.


Box Lib 26 Flying saucers--serious business

Author: Frank Edwards. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 26 Ivan the terrible : a film

Author: Sergei Eisenstein. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).Series Title: Classic film scripts.

First printing.


Box Lib 26 The cocktail party : a comedy

Author: T. S. Eliot. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company(New York).


Box Lib 26 Listen to the silence

Author: David W. Elliott. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York ; Chicago ; San Francisco).

Complimentary copy. Not for sale.


Box Lib 26 Descent

Author: James Whitfield Ellison. Publisher: The McCall Publishing Company(New York).


Box Lib 26 Cascade : an autobiography of adolescence : poems 1941-1947

Author: Gordon Grey Emerson. Publisher: Exposition Press(New York).


Box Lib 26 Smiling through the apocalypse : Esquire's history of the Sixties

Author: edited by Harold Hayes. Publisher: The McCall Publishing Col.(New York).


Box Lib 26 Brecht : the man and his work, [1974]

Author: Martin Esslin. Edition: New, revised ed.. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company(New York).Series Title: The Norton library.


Box Lib 26 Anaïs Nin

Author: Oliver Evans ; with a preface by Harry T. Moore. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press ; London and Amsterdam : Feffer & Simons(Carbondale and Edwardsville, [Illinois]).Series Title: Crosscurrents : modern critiques.


Box Lib 26 Carson McCullers : her life and work

Author: Oliver Evans. Publisher: Peter Owen(London).


Box Lib 26 English-French : French-English

Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books(New York : Evanston ; San Francisco ; London).


Box Lib 26 The environmental handbook : prepared for the first national environmental teach-in

Author: edited by Garrett De Bell. Edition: Paperbound ed.. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).

A Ballantine / Friends of the Earth book.



Box Lib 27 New Orleans, 1959

Author: Oliver Evans. Publisher: The Macmillan Company(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 27 Tibetan yoga and secret doctrines : or seven books of wisdom of the great path, according to the late Lama Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English rendering, [1968]

Author: arranged and edited with introductions and annotations to serve as a commentary by W. Y. Evans-Wentz ; with foreword by Dr. R. R. Marett and yogic commentary by translator-professor Chen-Chi Chang. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; Oxford ; New York).


Box Lib 27 Suffering : [Souffrance. English], [1967]

Author: Louis Evely ; translated by Marie-Claude Thompson. Publisher: Herder and Herder([New York]).


Box Lib 27 The fascinating insect world of J. Henri Fabre

Author: edited and with an introduction by Edwin Way Teale. Edition: New and revised ed.. Publisher: Fawcett Publications(New York).

First Premier printing. A Premier book.


Box Lib 27 Word play : what happens when people talk, 1974

Author: Peter Farb. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 27 The sound and the fury & As I lay dying : [Novels. Selections]

Author: William Faulkner ; with a new appendix as a foreword the author. Publisher: The Modern Library(New York).


Box Lib 27 On Broadway

Author: performance photographs by Fred Fehl ; text by William Stott with Jane Stott. Publisher: University of Texas Press(Austin, [Texas]).


Box Lib 27 American cooking : Creole and Acadian

Author: Peter S. Feibleman and the editors of Time-Life Books ; photographed Anthony Blake and Richard Jeffery. Publisher: Time-Life Books(New York).Series Title: Foods of the world.


Box Lib 27 Carnal knowledge : a screenplay

Author: Jules Feiffer. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux ; [The Noonday Press](New York).


Box Lib 27 Amarcord : portrait of a town : [Amarcord. English], [1975]

Author: Federico Fellini ; with Tonino Guerra ; translated by Nina Rootes. Publisher: Berkley Publishing Corporation([New York]).

A Berkley Windhover book.


Box Lib 27 Fellini on Fellini

Author: Federico Fellini ; translated from the Italian by Isabel Quigley. Publisher: Delacorte Press / Seymour Lawrence([S. l.]).


Box Lib 27 Three screenplays : I vitelloni, Il bidone, The temptations of Doctor Antonio

Author: Federico Fellini ; translated from the Italian by Judith Green. Publisher: The Orion Press(New York).


Box Lib 27 Great son, 1967]

Author: Edna Ferber. Publisher: Avon Books([New York).


Box Lib 27 Naked to mine enemies : the life of Cardinal Wolsey

Author: Charles W. Ferguson. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 27 The sign of the ram, 1945

Author: Margaret Ferguson. Publisher: The Blakiston Company(Philadelphia).


Box Lib 27 Jonathan Wild : The voyage to Lisbon, [1952]

Author: Henry Fielding. Publisher: J. M. Dent & Sons ; New York : E. P. Dutton & Co.(London).Series Title: Everyman's library. Series Volume: 877.


Box Lib 27 The family of man : the greatest photographic exhibition of all time--503 pictures from 68 countries--

Author: created by Edward Steichen for the Museum of Modern Art. Publisher: Published for the Museum of Modern Art, New York, by the Maco Magazine Corporation(New York).



Box Lib 28 Van Gogh

Author: texte de Paul Fierens. Publisher: Les Editions Braun & Cie(Paris).Series Title: Collection: palettes.


Box Lib 28 The wars

Author: Timothy Findley. Publisher: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited(Toronto ; Vancouver).


Box Lib 28 Ancient Sicily to the Arab Conquest

Author: M. I. Finley. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).Series Title: A history of Sicily.


Box Lib 28 Christopher Isherwood : a critical biography

Author: Brian Finney. Publisher: Faber and Faber(London ; Boston).


Box Lib 28 The circus of Doctor Lao, [1948]

Author: Charles G. Finney ; the drawings are Gordon Noel Fish. Publisher: Grey Walls Press([London]).


Box Lib 28 The crack-up : with other uncollected pieces, note-books and unpublished letters [...], 1956]

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald ; edited by Edmund Wilson. Publisher: New Directions([New York).Series Title: New Directions paperbooks.


Box Lib 28 Afternoon of an author : a selection of uncollected stories and essays

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald ; with an introduction and notes Arthur Mizener. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 28 Bits of paradise : 21 uncollected stories

Author: F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald ; selected Matthew J. Bruccoli with the assistance of Scottie Fitzgerald Smith. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 28 Bits of paradise : 22 uncollected stories, [1976]

Author: F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald ; selected Matthew J. Bruccoli with the assistance of Scottie Fitzgerald Smith. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).


Box Lib 28 Dear Scott/Dear Max : the Fitzgerald-Perkins correspondence : [Correspondence. Selections]

Author: edited by John Kuehl and Jackson R. Bryer. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 28 The crack-up : with other uncollected pieces, note-books and unpublished letters : [...]

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald ; edited by Edmund Wilson. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).


Box Lib 28 Save me the waltz, [1973]

Author: Zelda Fitzgerald. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press ; London and Amsterdam : Feffer & Simons(Carbondale and Edwardsville).Series Title: Crosscurrents / modern fiction.


Box Lib 28 Film 68/69 : an anthology

Author: the National Society of Film Critics ; edited Hollis Alpert and Andrew Sarris. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 28 Film makers on film making : statements on their art, [1969]

Author: thirty directors ; edited Harry M. Geduld. Edition: 1st Midland Book ed.. Publisher: Indiana University Press(Bloomington & London).


Box Lib 28 Film review

Author: edited by F. Maurice Speed. Publisher: A. S. Barnes and Company(South Brunswick and New York).

Holdings : 1969-70 (c1969)


Box Lib 28 The films of Robert Bresson

Publisher: Studio Vista([London]).Series Title: Movie paperbacks.



Box Lib 29 Tender is the night

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 29 The great Gatsby, [1974]

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 29 The great Gatsby

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap(New York).


Box Lib 29 The last tycoon, [1977]

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald ; edited with a foreword by Edmund Wilson. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).


Box Lib 29 The last tycoon : an unfinished novel, [1949]

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald. Publisher: The Grey Walls Press(London).


Box Lib 29 The last tycoon : an unfinished novel

Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald. Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 29 The life of Dylan Thomas

Author: Constantine FitzGibbon. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

An Atlantic Monthly Press book.


Box Lib 29 Janet Flanner's world : uncollected writings, 1932-1975

Author: introduction by William Shawn ; edited by Irving Drutman. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich(New York and London).


Box Lib 29 Flaubert's dictionary of accepted ideas : [Dictionnaire des idées reçues. English]

Author: translated with an introduction & notes by Jacques Barzun. Publisher: New Directions]([Norfolk, Connecticut).


Box Lib 29 Madame Bovary : [Madame Bovary. English], [1961]

Author: Gustave Flaubert ; translated from the French by Eleanor Marx-Aveling. Publisher: Washington Square Press(New York).


Box Lib 29 I hear America talking : an illustrated history of American words and phrases, [1979]

Author: Stuart Berg Flexner. Edition: 1st Touchstone ed.. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

A Touchstone book.


Box Lib 29 Fodor's guide to the Caribbean, Bahamas and Bermuda 1967, [1967]

Author: Eugene Fodor, editor ; Barnett D. Laschever, associate editor ; Tandy Van Doren, area editor. Publisher: David McKay Company(New York).


Box Lib 29 Flag of ecstasy : selected poems, 1972

Author: Charles Henri Ford ; edited by Edward B. Germain. Publisher: Black Sparrow Press(Los Angeles).

One of 1,000 copies in paper wrappers.


Box Lib 29 Parade's end, 1961

Author: Ford Madox Ford ; with an introduction by Robie Macauley. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 29 For such as are of riper years, 1965]

Publisher: Printed for Allen Lane by The Curwen Press([London).



Box Lib 30 Glenn Ford, RFD, Beverly Hills

Author: Glenn Ford and Margaret Redfield. Publisher: Hewitt House(Old Tappan, New Jersey).


Box Lib 30 A passage to India, 1947

Author: E. M. Forster. Publisher: The Albatross([London and Paris]).Series Title: The Albatross modern continental library. Series Volume: 96.


Box Lib 30 Two cheers for democracy

Author: E. M. Forster. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company(New York).


Box Lib 30 The collector

Author: John Fowles. Edition: 1st American ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).

Advance copy.


Box Lib 30 The collector, 1966]

Author: John Fowles. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.([New York).


Box Lib 30 Rimbaud

Author: Wallace Fowlie. Publisher: The University of Chicago Press([Chicago]).


Box Lib 30 Desperate characters

Author: Paula Fox ; with an afterword by Irving Howe. Publisher: Nonpareil Books(Boston).


Box Lib 30 Cocteau : [Cocteau par lui-même. English], [1961]

Author: André Fraigneau ; translated by Donald Lehmkuhl. Publisher: Grove Press ; London Evergreen Books Ltd.(New York).Series Title: Evergreen profile book. Series Volume: 24.


Box Lib 30 The letters of Benjamin Franklin & Jane Mecom : [Correspondence. Selections], 1950

Author: edited with an introduction by Carl Van Doren. Publisher: Published for The American Philosophical Society by Princeton University Press([Philadelphia]).Series Title: Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge. Series Volume: 27.


Box Lib 30 Love as death in The iceman cometh : a modern treatment of an ancient theme, 1967

Author: Winifred Dusenbury Frazer. Publisher: University of Florida Press(Gainesville, [Florida]).


Box Lib 30 The Free Southern Theater

Author: the Free Southern Theater ; a documentary of the South's radical black theater, with journals, letters, poetry, essays and a play written those who built it ; edited Thomas C. Dent, Richard Schechner and Gilbert Moses. Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company(Indianapolis and New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 30 Herbs for the mediaeval household : for cooking, healing and divers uses, 1943, [1948]

Author: Margaret B. Freeman. Edition: 2nd ed.. Publisher: The Metropolitan Museum of Art(New York).


Box Lib 30 The Freud / Jung letters : the correspondence between Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung : [Correspondence. Selections. English]

Author: edited by William McGuire ; translated by Ralph Manheim and R. F. C. Hull. Publisher: Princeton University Press([Princeton, New Jersey]).Series Title: Bollingen series. Series Volume: 94.


Box Lib 30 Totempole, [1966]

Author: Sanford Friedman. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).


Box Lib 30 The art of loving

Author: Erich Fromm. Publisher: Harper & Brothers(New York).Series Title: World perspectives. Series Volume: 9.


Box Lib 30 The heart of man : its genius for good and evil

Author: Erich Fromm. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York, Evanston, and London).Series Title: Religious perspectives. Series Volume: 12.


Box Lib 30 I seem to be a verb

Author: R. Buckminster Fuller with Jerome Agel and Quentin Fiore. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; London ; Toronto).


Box Lib 30 Samuel Beckett now : critical approaches to his novels, poetry, and plays

Author: edited and with an introduction by Melvin J. Friedman. Publisher: The University of Chicago Press(Chicago and London).



Box Lib 31 Obras completas : [Works], 1957

Author: Federico García Lorca ; recopilación y notas de Arturo del Hoyo ; prólogo de Jorge Guillén ; epílogo de Vicente Aleixandre. Edition: 3a ed.. Publisher: Aguilar(Madrid).


Box Lib 31 Gerald Gardner's The Watergate follies

Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; London ; Toronto).


Box Lib 31 On moral fiction

Author: John Gardner. Publisher: Basic Books(New York).


Box Lib 31 Go she must

Author: David Garnett. Publisher: Garden City Publishing Company(Garden City, New York).Series Title: The Sun Dial library..


Box Lib 31 Beasts and men : [Les bêtes. English], [1956]

Author: Pierre Gascar ; translated by Jean Stewart. Edition: 1st English ed.. Publisher: Methuen & Co.(London).


Box Lib 31 O'Neill

Author: Arthur and Barbara Gelb ; abridged the authors. Edition: A Laurel ed.. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.]([New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 31 McKay's guide to the Far East and the Middle East

Author: Eleanor Cowles Gellhorn ; maps James MacDonald. Edition: 2nd revised ed.. Publisher: David McKay Company(New York).


Box Lib 31 Funeral rites : [Pompes funèbres. English], [1970]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated Bernard Frechtman. Edition: 1st Evergreen Black Cat ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 31 Letters to Roger Blin : reflections on the theater

Author: Jean Genet ; translated Richard Seaver. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 31 Miracle of the rose : [Le miracle de la rose. English]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Anthony Blond([London]).


Box Lib 31 The maids : Deathwatch : two plays : [Plays. Selections]

Author: Jean Genet ; with an introduction Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 31 The maids : Deathwatch : two plays : [Plays. Selections]

Author: Jean Genet ; with an introduction Jean-Paul Sartre ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Grove Press Inc.(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 31 The screens : a play in seventeen scenes : [Les paravents. English]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen book.


Box Lib 31 The screens : a play in seventeen scenes : [Les paravents. English]

Author: Jean Genet ; translated from the French Bernard Frechtman. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 31 Gay plays : the first collection

Author: edited with an introduction by William M. Hoffman. Publisher: Avon Books([New York]).

A Bard book. First Bard printing.



Box Lib 32 Bashful billionaire : the story of Howard Hughes

Author: Albert B. Gerber. Publisher: Lyle Stuart(New York).


Box Lib 32 The revenant

Author: Dan Gerber. Publisher: The Sumac Press(Fremont, Michigan).


Box Lib 32 Sheridan : his life and his theatre, 1948

Author: Lewis Gibbs. Publisher: William Morrow & Company(New York).


Box Lib 32 The prophet, 1971

Author: Kahlil Gibran. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A borzoi book.


Box Lib 32 The seesaw log : a chronicle of the stage production, with the text, of Two for the seesaw, 1959

Author: William Gibson. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book.


Box Lib 32 If it die ... an autobiography : [Si le grain ne meurt. English]

Author: André Gide ; translated by Dorothy Bussy. Publisher: Random House(New York).Series Title: Modern Library paperbacks.


Box Lib 32 The journals of André Gide, 1947-1948

Author: translated from the French and annotated by Justin O'Brien. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

Holdings : v.1-2 A borzoi book.


Box Lib 32 Landscape with traveler : the pillow book of Francis Reeves, [1982]

Author: Barry Gifford. Edition: 1st Owl Book ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).


Box Lib 32 Spanish, [1971]

Author: compiled by Donald S. Gifford. Publisher: Collins(London and Glasgow).Series Title: Collins phrase books.


Box Lib 32 Hollywood Gothic, [1980]

Author: Thomas Gifford. Edition: 1st Ballantine Books ed.. Publisher: Ballantine Books(New York).


Box Lib 32 Hurry sundown

Author: K. B. Gilden. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 32 A gesture of co-operation with Krishnaji's work, 1963]

Publisher: Shri R. A. Rairikar([Poona, India).


Box Lib 32 A gift of love : seven vignettes of human kindness, courage and concern, 1966

Author: written especially for McCall's in the spirit of the season. Publisher: [Privately printed for a few special friends of McCall's]([S. l.]).



Box Lib 33 Ingmar Bergman and the search for meaning

Author: Jerry H. Gill. Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company(Grand Rapids, Michigan).

2 copies.


Box Lib 33 Living birds of the world

Author: E. Thomas Gilliard. Edition: A Chanticleer Press ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 33 The heterosexuals are coming : the fusion strategy

Author: Sonja Carl Gilligan ; edited by Marjorie A. Stalbird. Publisher: Fusion Groups(New York).


Box Lib 33 The confusion of realms

Author: Richard Gilman. Publisher: Random House(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 33 Allen verbatim : lectures on poetry, politics, consciousness, [1975]

Author: Allen Ginsberg ; edited Gordon Ball. Edition: 1st McGraw-Hill Paperbacks ed.. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company(New York ; [etc.]).


Box Lib 33 Straight hearts' delight : love poems and selected letters, 1947-1980

Author: Allen Ginsberg/Peter Orlovsky ; edited by Winston Leyland. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Gay Sunshine Press(San Francisco).

Paperback.


Box Lib 33 Coming apart : a film

Author: Milton Moses Ginsberg. Publisher: Lancer Books(New York).


Box Lib 33 The malediction, [1955]

Author: Jean Giono ; translated from the French Peter de Mendelssohn. Publisher: Museum Press(London).


Box Lib 33 The madwoman of Chaillot : comedy in two acts

Author: Jean Giraudoux ; adapted Maurice Valency. Edition: Acting ed.. Publisher: Dramatists Play Service([New York]).


Box Lib 33 The odd women, [1971]

Author: George Gissing. Publisher: The Norton Library ; W. W. Norton & Company(New York).

2 copies.


Box Lib 33 The woman within

Author: Ellen Glasgow. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harcourt, Brace and Company(New York).


Box Lib 33 Le drame de la passion

Author: Armand Godoy. Publisher: Editions Bernard Grasset(Paris).


Box Lib 33 Dear Theo : the autobiography of Vincent van Gogh, [1960]

Author: edited by Irving and Jean Stone. Edition: 1st Evergreen ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).


Box Lib 33 Rites of passage, 1980

Author: William Golding. Publisher: Farrar, Straus, Giroux(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 33 Elvis, [1982]

Author: Albert Goldman. Publisher: Avon([New York]).

First Avon printing.


Box Lib 33 The vicar of Wakefield, She stoops to conquer and Poems : [Selections], [1953]

Author: Oliver Goldsmith ; with an introduction by C. E. Vulliamy. Publisher: Collins(London and Glasgow).Series Title: Collins new classics.



Box Lib 34 Pierrot le fou : a film : [Pierrot le fou. English]

Author: Jean-Luc Godard ; English translation and description of action Peter Whitehead. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).Series Title: Modern film scripts.


Box Lib 34 The priest

Author: Don Gold. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).

Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 34 Angelique in Barbary : [Indomptable Angélique. English], [1975]

Author: Sergeanne Golon ; translated from the French by Monroe Stearns. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 34 Diccionario Porrúa : inglés-español, español-inglés, 1974

Author: preparado por Alejandro Gómez de Parada. Edition: 2a ed.. Publisher: Editorial Porrúa(México).


Box Lib 34 The story of The misfits

Author: James Goode. Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company(Indianapolis ; New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 34 The cult of the ego : the self in modern literature

Author: Eugene Goodheart. Publisher: The University of Chicago Press(Chicago & London).


Box Lib 34 Stuff, etc. : a collection

Author: John Gordon. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Company(Philadelphia & New York).


Box Lib 34 The Kanner aliyah : a novel

Author: Mark Gordon. Publisher: Groundhog Press(Toronto).


Box Lib 34 Final payments

Author: Mary Gordon. Publisher: Random House(New York).


Box Lib 34 The Jesus boy

Author: Richard Laurence Gordon. Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell Company(New York).

Uncorrected page proof.


Box Lib 34 Shady lady : a novel

Author: Ruth Gordon. Publisher: Arbor House(New York).

Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 34 The epiplectic bicycle

Author: Edward Gorey. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).


Box Lib 34 Inside the pub, [1950]

Author: Maurice Gorham & H. McG. Dunnett ; foreword by J. M. Richards ; drawings in colour by Gordon Cullen. Publisher: The Architectural Press(London).


Box Lib 34 Autobiography of Maxim Gorky : My childhood : In the world : My universities

Author: translated by Isidor Schneider. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: The Citadel Press(New York).


Box Lib 34 Reminiscences of Tolstoy, Chekhov, & Andreyev, 1959

Author: Maxim Gorky. Edition: Compass books ed.. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 34 Behavioral components of patient care

Author: John V. Gorton. Publisher: The Macmillan Company ; London : Collier-Macmillan Limited([New York]).

First printing.


Box Lib 34 Growing up in tier 3000

Author: Felix C. Gotschalk. Publisher: Ace Books(New York).


Box Lib 34 A theater divided : the postwar American stage

Author: Martin Gottfried. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).



Box Lib 35 Opening nights : theater criticism of the Sixties

Author: Martin Gottfried. Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons(New York).


Box Lib 35 Ime

Author: Courtenay Peter Graham. Publisher: Pym-Randall(Cambridge, Massachusetts).

One of 450 softcover copies.


Box Lib 35 The real F. Scott Fitzgerald : thirty-five years later

Author: Sheilah Graham. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 35 The rest of the story, [1965]

Author: Sheilah Graham. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 35 Good-bye to all that, 1957

Author: Robert Graves. Edition: New ed., revised, with a prologue and an epilogue. Publisher: Doubleday Anchor Books ; Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 35 I, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, born B. C. 10, murdered and deified A. D. 54

Author: Robert Graves ; with a new introduction the author. Edition: Time reading program special ed.. Publisher: Time Incorporated(New York).


Box Lib 35 The tarot revealed : a modern guide to reading the tarot cards

Author: Eden Gray. Publisher: Bell Publishing Company(New York).


Box Lib 35 I never promised you a rose garden

Author: Hannah Green. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book.


Box Lib 35 Nothing ; Doting ; Blindness : [Novels. Selections], [1980]

Author: Henry Green. Publisher: Penguin books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).


Box Lib 35 Wide fields, 1928

Author: Paul Green. Publisher: Robert M. McBride & Company(New York).


Box Lib 35 The comedians, [1967]

Author: Graham Greene. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 35 The living room : a play in two acts

Author: Graham Greene. Publisher: William Heinemann Ltd.(London ; Melbourne ; Toronto).


Box Lib 35 Great German short stories

Author: edited and introduced by Stephen Spender. Edition: Laurel ed.. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.]([New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 35 Greek lyrics, [1961]

Author: translated by Richmond Lattimore. Edition: 2nd ed. revised and enlarged. Publisher: Phoenix Books ; The University of Chicago Press([Chicago]).


Box Lib 35 The gospel according to Thomas : Coptic text

Author: established and translated by A. Guillaumont, H.-Ch. Puech, G. Quispel, W. Till and Yassah `Abd al Masih. Publisher: E. J. Brill ; New York and Evanston : Harper & Row(Leiden).


Box Lib 35 The great American writers' cookbook

Author: edited by Dean Faulkner Wells ; introduction by Craig Claiborne. Publisher: Yoknapatawpha Press(Oxford, Missippi).


Box Lib 35 The great ideas today

Author: William Benton, publisher. Publisher: Encyclopædia Britannica(Chicago ; London ; Toronto ; Geneva).

Holdings : 1962



Box Lib 36 The secret sayings of Jesus, 1960

Author: Robert M. Grant ; in collaboration with David Noel Freedman ; with an English translation of the gospel of Thomas William R. Schoedel. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 36 Travels with my aunt : a novel

Author: Graham Greene. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 36 Un Américain bien tranquille (The quiet American) : roman : [The quiet American. French]

Author: Graham Greene ; traduit de l'anglais par Marcelle Sibon. Publisher: Robert Laffont(Paris).Series Title: Collection Pavillons.


Box Lib 36 Ways of escape

Author: Graham Greene. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).


Box Lib 36 Hummingbirds

Author: Crawford H. Greenewalt ; with a foreword by Dean Amadon. Publisher: Published for The American Museum of Natural History by Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York) .


Box Lib 36 A bed by the sea : poems, 1970

Author: Arthur Gregor. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 36 An orange full of dreams

Author: Antoni Gronowicz ; foreword by Greata Garbo. Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).


Box Lib 36 Inky darling

Author: Louis Grudin. Publisher: The Dial Press(New York).


Box Lib 36 Death be not proud : a memoir, [1965]

Author: John Gunther. Edition: 1st Perennial Library ed.. Publisher: Perennial Library ; Harper & Row(New York).


Box Lib 36 Inside Europe, 1937

Author: completely revised ; by John Gunther. Edition: Revised ed.. Publisher: Harper & Brothers(New York and London).


Box Lib 36 Restless spirit : the life of Edna St. Vincent Millay

Author: Miriam Gurko. Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell Company(New York).


Box Lib 36 A life in the theatre

Author: Tyrone Guthrie. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 36 The body of God : first steps toward an anti-theology : the collected papers of Eric Gutkind

Author: edited by Lucie B. Gutkind and Henry Le Roy Finch ; introduction by Henry Le Roy Finch. Publisher: Horizon Press(New York).



Box Lib 37 Dreams and nightmares, [1954]

Author: J. A. Hadfield. Publisher: Penguin Books(London ; Melbourne ; Baltimore).

A Pelican book.


Box Lib 37 Give me the world, 1958

Author: Leila Hadley. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).


Box Lib 37 Cleopatra : being an account of the fall and vengeance of Harmachis, the royal Egyptian, as set forth by his own hand, [1963]

Author: H. Rider Haggard. Publisher: Pocket Books(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 37 I believe in visions

Author: Kenneth E. Hagin. Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company(Old Tappan, New Jersey).


Box Lib 37 A woman of independent means : a novel, [1979]

Author: Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey. Publisher: Avon([New York]).

First Avon printing.


Box Lib 37 Street fire

Author: Daniel Halpern. Publisher: The Viking Press(New York).


Box Lib 37 Markings : [Vägmärken. English], 1966

Author: Dag Hammarskjöld ; translated from the Swedish by Leif Sjöberg & W. H. Auden ; with a foreword by W. H. Auden. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book.


Box Lib 37 Airships, 1978

Author: Barry Hannah. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).

A Borzoi book. Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 37 A smile in his lifetime

Author: Joseph Hansen. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston(New York).


Box Lib 37 Fadeout

Author: Joseph Hansen. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York and Evanston).

Proof copy.


Box Lib 37 Fadeout

Author: Joseph Hansen. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York and Evanston).


Box Lib 37 My poor Arthur : a biography of Arthur Rimbaud

Author: Elisabeth Hanson. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Henry Holt and Company(New York).


Box Lib 37 Seduction and betrayal : women and literature, [1975]

Author: Elizabeth Hardwick. Edition: 1st Vintage Books ed.. Publisher: Vintage Books ; a division of Random House(New York).


Box Lib 37 Sleepless nights, [1980]

Author: Elizabeth Hardwick. Publisher: Vintage Books ; a division of Random House(New York).


Box Lib 37 With a bare bodkin, [1980]

Author: Cyril Hare. Edition: 1st Perennial Library ed.. Publisher: Perennial Library ; Harper & Row(New York ; [etc.]).


Box Lib 37 Plenty, [1981]

Author: David Hare ; with a note on performance by the author. Publisher: Faber and Faber(London ; Boston).

Paperback.


Box Lib 37 Plenty

Author: David Hare. Publisher: Faber and Faber(London ; Boston).

Paperback.


Box Lib 37 The shining stranger : an unorthodox interpretation of Jesus and his mission

Author: Preston Harold ; introduction Gerald Heard. Publisher: The Wayfarer Press ; distributed by Dodd, Mead & Company(New York).


Box Lib 37 Tersery versery

Author: Anthony Harrington. Publisher: Hendricks Publishing(Atlanta, Georgia).

First printing.



Box Lib 38 Oscar Wilde : his life and confessions

Author: Frank Harris. Publisher: Brentano's(New York).


Box Lib 38 I'm OK--you're OK, [1973]

Author: Thomas A. Harris, M. D.. Publisher: Avon([New York]).

First printing (U. S. ed.).


Box Lib 38 Thou King, thou fool : a play in one act

Author: Dale Chappell Harrison ; suggested Longfellow's The Sicilians tale. Publisher: The Dramatic Publishing Company(Chicago).


Box Lib 38 A good day to die : a novel

Author: Jim Harrison. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

Publisher's printed presentation slip with the compliments of the author laid in.


Box Lib 38 Legends of the fall, undated

Author: Jim Harrison. Publisher: Delacorte Press / Seymour Lawrence([New York]).

Uncorrected proof.


Box Lib 38 Wolf : a false memoir

Author: Jim Harrison. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).


Box Lib 38 La bataille du Jutland vue du Derfflinger : souvenirs anglo-allemands d'un officer de Marine Allemand : [Die zwei weissen Völker. French], 1927

Author: Georg von Hase ; traduit de l'Allemand par Edmond Delage ; annoté par le Service Historique de l'Etat-Major de la Marine. Publisher: Payot(Paris).Series Title: Collection de mémoires, études et documents pour servir a l'histoire de la Guerre Mondiale.


Box Lib 38 From reverence to rape : the treatment of women in the movies

Author: Molly Haskell. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England]).


Box Lib 38 Out of shadows : drawings, [1960]

Author: Robert Hassmer. Publisher: [S. n.]([Brewerton, New York]).

No. 95 of 300 numbered copies.


Box Lib 38 The captive soul, undated

Author: drawings by Hassmer. Publisher: [S. n.]([S. l.]).


Box Lib 38 The goose on the grave : two short novels

Author: John Hawkes. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).


Box Lib 38 The house of the seven gables, 1954]

Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne. Publisher: Pocket Books([New York).Series Title: The pocket library.


Box Lib 38 The architecture of sanity : the story of man's growth and competence, 1958

Author: George G. Haydu. Publisher: The Julian Press(New York).


Box Lib 38 Field work, [1981]

Author: Seamus Heaney. Publisher: Farrar, Straus, Giroux(New York).

Paperback.


Box Lib 38 Field work

Author: Seamus Heaney. Publisher: Farrar, Straus, Giroux(New York).

First American printing.


Box Lib 38 The selected writings of Lafcadio Hearn : [Selections]

Author: edited by Henry Goodman ; with an introduction by Malcolm Cowley. Publisher: The Citadel Press(New York).


Box Lib 38 Seventeenth century poetry : an anthology, 1948

Author: chosen by John Hayward. Publisher: Chatto & Windus(London).

The phoenix anthologies.



Box Lib 39 The blind owl

Author: Sadegh Hedayat ; translated by D. P. Costello. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

An Evergreen original.


Box Lib 39 Works of prose : [Prose. Selections. English]

Author: Heinrich Heine ; edited by Hermann Kesten ; with a preface by Louis Untermeyer ; in a new translation by E. B. Ashton. Publisher: L. B. Fischer(New York).


Box Lib 39 Podkayne of Mars, [1970]

Author: Robert A. Heinlein. Publisher: Berkley Publishing Corporation([New York]).

A Berkley Medallion book.


Box Lib 39 An unfinished woman : a memoir

Author: Lillian Hellman. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 39 Scoundrel time

Author: Lillian Hellman ; introduction Garry Wills. Publisher: Little, Brown and Company(Boston ; Toronto).


Box Lib 39 Death in the afternoon, [1954]

Author: Ernest Hemingway. Publisher: Jonathan Cape(London).


Box Lib 39 Islands in the stream, [1978]

Author: Ernest Hemingway. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).


Box Lib 39 Men without women, [1945]

Author: Ernest Hemingway. Publisher: The World Publishing Company(Cleveland and New York).Series Title: Forum books.


Box Lib 39 The good old boys, 1975

Author: Paul Hemphill. Publisher: Anchor Press / Doubleday(Garden City, New York).

Anchor books.


Box Lib 39 All the sexes : a study of masculinity and femininity

Author: George W. Henry ; foreword David E. Roberts. Publisher: Rinehart & Company(Toronto ; New York).


Box Lib 39 Complete guide to Mexico

Author: Andrew Hepburn. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).Series Title: The American travel series.


Box Lib 39 Second son : an autobiography

Author: David Herbert. Edition: 1st British Commonwealth ed.. Publisher: Peter Owen(London).


Box Lib 39 Midnight cowboy : a novel

Author: James Leo Herlihy. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 39 New Orleans

Author: photography and design Bernard M. Hermann ; text Charles Pie Dufour. Publisher: LSU / Louisiana Press([New Orleans]).

First printing.


Box Lib 39 James Dean : a short life, [1975]

Author: Venable Herndon. Publisher: New American Library([New York]).

A signet book. First printing.


Box Lib 39 Fraternity of the weird

Author: Michael Hervey. Publisher: Ace Publishing Corporation(New York).



Box Lib 40 Pylon, [1958]

Author: William Faulkner. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book.


Box Lib 40 The silence of God : creative response to the films of Ingmar Bergman

Author: Arthur Gibson. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York ; Evanston and London).


Box Lib 40 Narcissus and Goldmund : [Narziss und Goldmund. English]

Author: Hermann Hesse ; translated by Ursule Molinaro. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 40 Peter Camenzind : [Peter Camenzind. English]

Author: Hermann Hesse ; translated by Michael Roloff. Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux(New York).

The Noonday Press.


Box Lib 40 Siddhartha, 1957]

Author: Hermann Hesse ; translated by Hilda Rosner. Publisher: New Directions([New York).

A New Directions paperbook. 2 copies.


Box Lib 40 Siddhartha : [Siddhartha. English]

Author: Hermann Hesse ; translated by Hilda Rosner. Publisher: New Directions]([New York).

A New Directions paperbook.


Box Lib 40 Steppenwolf : [Steppenwolf. English], [1969]

Author: Hermann Hesse ; translated Basil Creighton (updated Joeph Mileck). Publisher: Bantam Books(New York ; Toronto ; London).

2 copies.


Box Lib 40 The Hesse/Mann letters : the correspondence of Hermann Hesse and Thomas Mann, 1910-1955 : [Correspondence. Selections. English]

Author: edited by Anni Carlsson and Volker Michels ; translated from the German by Ralph Manheim ; annotations by Wolfgang Sauerlander ; foreword by Theodore Ziolkowski. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York ; Evanston ; San Francisco ; London).


Box Lib 40 The classic nude

Author: George M. Hester ; design George M. Hester. Publisher: Amphoto ; American Photographic Book Publishing Co.(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 40 Charles Laughton : an intimate biography, 1976

Author: Charles Higham ; introduction Elsa Lanchester. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 40 The celluloid muse : Hollywood directors speak

Author: Charles Higham and Joel Greenberg. Publisher: Angus and Robertson([London]).


Box Lib 40 Think and grow rich

Author: Napoleon Hill. Publisher: Fawcett Publications(Greenwich, Conn.).

First Crest printing. A Crest reprint.


Box Lib 40 Drottningholmsteatern förr och nu = The Drottninghom Theatre--past and present, 1961

Author: text Gustaf Hilleström ; foto Lennart Af Petersens. Publisher: Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur(Stockholm).


Box Lib 40 Good-bye, Mr. Chips, 1935

Author: James Hilton. Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company(Boston).

An Atlantic monthly press book.


Box Lib 40 Cast the first stone : a novel

Author: Chester Himes. Publisher: Coward-McCann(New York).


Box Lib 40 In the court of public opinion, 1957

Author: Alger Hiss. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf(New York).


Box Lib 40 David Hockney, [1977]

Author: David Hockney ; edited Nikos Stangos ; introductory essay Henry Geldzahler. Publisher: Harry N. Abrams(New York).


Box Lib 40 The man who went away : a novel

Author: Themistocles Hoetis. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Pellegrini & Cudahy(New York).



Box Lib 41 The murder of the man who was Shakespeare

Author: Calvin Hoffman. Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap(New York).Series Title: The universal library.


Box Lib 41 My best girls, 1941

Author: Helen E. Hokinson. Publisher: E. P. Dutton & Company(New York).


Box Lib 41 The head of the bed

Author: John Hollander ; with a commentary by Harold Bloom. Publisher: David R. Godine([Boston]).Series Title: First Godine poetry chapbook series. Series Volume: 3.


Box Lib 41 The Sheppard murder case, [1962]

Author: Paul Holmes. Publisher: Bantam Books(New York).


Box Lib 41 The anger of Achilles : Homer's Iliad : [Ilias. English]

Author: translated by Robert Graves ; illustrations by Ronald Searle. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 41 The Odyssey : the story of Odysseus : [Odyssea. English], [1950]

Author: Homer ; translated by W. H. D. Rouse. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Mentor book.


Box Lib 41 Reference point

Author: Arthur Hopkins. Publisher: Samuel French ; London : Samuel French Ltd.(New York ; Hollywood).


Box Lib 41 Poems and prose of Gerard Manley Hopkins : [Selections], [1966]

Author: selected with an introduction and notes by W. H. Gardner. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).Series Title: Penguin poets. Series Volume: D15.


Box Lib 41 Selected poems : [Poems. Selections], 1954

Author: Gerard Manley. Publisher: The Nonesuch Press(London).

No.217 of 1,100 numbered copies.


Box Lib 41 No one here gets out alive

Author: Jerry Hopkins and Daniel Sugerman. Publisher: Warner Books([New York]).

First printing.


Box Lib 41 Tangier buzzless flies, 1972

Author: John Hopkins. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 41 Dianetics : the modern science of mental health

Author: L. Ron Hubbard ; introduction by J. A. Winter. Publisher: Hermitage House(New York).

Above the title: A handbook of dianetic therapy.


Box Lib 41 Celebration of fools, [1963]

Author: Lawrence Hughes. Publisher: Pyramid Books(New York).


Box Lib 41 Crow : from the life and songs of the crow

Author: Ted Hughes. Publisher: Harper & Row(New York, Evanston, San Francisco, London).


Box Lib 41 Toshusai Sharaku (worked 1794-1795), [1955]

Author: text by Ichitaro Kondo ; English adaptation by Paul C. Blum. Edition: 1st English ed.. Publisher: Charles E. Tuttle Company(Rutland, Vermont ; Tokyo, Japan).Series Title: Kodansha library of Japanese art. Series Volume: 2.



Box Lib 42 Zora Neale Hurston : a portrait

Author: John Hicks with artwork Diego Caillet. Publisher: Sentinel Star Company]([Orlando, Florida).


Box Lib 42 Findings : poems, 1971

Author: Richard Howard. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 42 The sleeping car : a farce, 1902

Author: W. D. Howells. Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin and Company(Boston and New York).


Box Lib 42 Strange talents

Author: Bernhardt J. Hurwood. Publisher: Ace Books(New York).

An Ace Star book.


Box Lib 42 The perennial philosophy, 1945

Author: Aldous Huxley. Edition: 1st ed.. Publisher: Harper & Brothers(New York and London).


Box Lib 42 Bogie : the biography of Humphrey Bogart

Author: Joe Hyams ; introduction by Lauren Bacall. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

First printing.


Box Lib 42 Ibsen : [Plays. English], 1960

Author: translated and edited by James Walter McFarlane. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).

Holdings : v.6.


Box Lib 42 François Truffaut, 1979

Author: Annette Insdorf. Edition: 1st Morrow ed.. Publisher: William Morrow and Company(New York).


Box Lib 42 The colonel's photograph : [La photo du colonel. English], [1969]

Author: Eugene Ionesco ; translated Jean Stewart with the exception of The stroller in the air translated John Russell. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).

First American printing. 2 copies.


Box Lib 42 Frankenstein : the true story

Author: Christopher Isherwood & Don Bachardy. Publisher: Avon([New York]).

First Avon printing.


Box Lib 42 Lions and shadows : an education in the Twenties, [1953]

Author: Christopher Isherwood. Publisher: Methuen & Co.(London).


Box Lib 42 Lions and shadows : an education in the Twenties

Author: Christopher Isherwood. Publisher: New Directions(Norfolk, Connecticut).


Box Lib 42 Mr. Norris changes trains, 1947

Author: Christopher Isherwood. Publisher: The Hogarth Press(London).


Box Lib 42 Ramakrishna and his disciples

Author: Christopher Isherwood. Publisher: Simon and Schuster(New York).

First printing.


Box Lib 42 The serpent : a ceremony, 1969

Author: written by Jean-Claude van Itallie in collaboration with The Open Theater under the direction of Joseph Chaikin. Publisher: Atheneum(New York).


Box Lib 42 Hollywood renaissance

Author: Diane Jacobs. Publisher: Dell Publishing Co.]([New York).

A Delta book. First Delta printing.


Box Lib 42 Oswald Jacoby on poker

Author: with a foreword by Grantland Rice and an introduction by William E. McKenney. Edition: Revised ed.. Publisher: Doubleday & Company(Garden City, New York).


Box Lib 42 Offbeat Key West--the way it was, 1978]

Author: photos by Don Pinder ; narrative & design by Frank Jacobson. Publisher: Conchtown Publishers([Key West, Florida).

First printing.


Box Lib 42 International literary annual

Author: edited by John Wain. Publisher: Criterion Books(New York).

Holdings: no.1 (c1959).



Box Lib 43 Hitler's secret conversations, 1941-1944 : with an introductory essay on The mind of Adolf Hitler, [1961]

Author: H. R. Trevor-Roper. Publisher: The New American Library([New York]).

A Signet book. First printing.


Box Lib 43 The portable Henry James : [Selections], [1979]

Author: edited, and with an introduction, by Morton Dauwen Zabel ; revised by Lyall H. P. Powers. Publisher: Penguin Books([Harmondsworth, Middlesex]).


Box Lib 43 The portrait of a lady, [1947]

Author: Henry James ; with an introduction Graham Greene. Publisher: Oxford University Press(London ; New York ; Toronto).Series Title: The world's classics. Series Volume: 509.


Box Lib 43 The sacred fount

Author: Henry James ; with an introductory essay by Leon Edel. Edition: Paperbound ed.. Publisher: Grove Press(New York).


Box Lib 43 The turn of the screw, [1969]

Author: Henry James ; abridged and simplified Roland John ; illustrated Faith Jaques. Publisher: Longmans([London and Harlow]).Series Title: Longmans' simplified English series.


Box Lib 43 Planet of the blind

Author: Laurence James. Publisher: Pinnacle Books(New York City).Series Title: Rack series. Series Volume: 4.

First Pinnacle printing.


Box Lib 43 A mind to murder, [1976]

Author: P. D. James. Publisher: Fawcett Popular Library(New York).

First Fawcett Popular Library Printing.


Box Lib 43 Innocent blood