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Finding-Aid for the Tennessee Williams Periodicals (MUM00481)

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Descriptive Summary
University of Mississippi (collector)
Tennessee Williams Periodicals.
Inclusive Dates:
Materials in:
Collection contains periodicals with articles related to Tennessee Williams published 1945-1973.
1 box.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
Cite as:
Tennessee Williams Periodicals (MUM00481). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains periodicals with articles related to Tennessee Williams published 1945-1973.

Access Restrictions
Use Restriction
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Container List
Tennessee Williams Periodicals

'48: The Magazine of the Year
June 1948
"A Movie Named La Terra Trema" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 102-104).

October 1958
"A Perfect Analysis Given by a Parrot" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 131+).
April 1959
"Sweet Bird of Youth" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 114+).
December 1960
"Period of Adjustment" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 210+).
February 1962
"The Night of the Iguana" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 47+).
January 1965
"Mama's Old Stucco House" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 86+).
August 1965
"Slapstick Tragedy" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 95+).

February 1950
"The Resemblance between a Violin Case and a Coffin" by Tennessee Williams (pp. 40+). 2 copies.

Harper's Magazine
July 1948
"A Mississippian Named Tennessee" by Paul Moor (pp. 63+). 2 copies.

April 30, 1945
"'The Glass Menagerie': An Understanding Play about Four Troubled People Gets New York Drama Critics' Circle Award" (pp. 81+). 2 copies.
December 15, 1947
"'A Streetcar Named Desire': Tennessee Williams Has Written the Broadway Season's Best New Play" (pp. 101+).
February 16, 1948
"Tennessee Williams: A Dreamy Young Man with an Unconquerable Compulsion to Write Finds Himself at 33 the Most Important Playwright in U.S. Theater" by Lincoln Barnett (pp. 113+). 3 copies.
February 26, 1951
"'The Rose Tattoo': Tennessee Williams' Controversial Comedy Is Ode to Earthy Living" (pp. 83+).
April 18, 1955
"'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof': Tennessee Williams Play Probes into a Nerve-Racked Marriage" (pp. 137+).

December 27, 1955
"The Rose Tattoo" (pp. 90+).

Modern Drama
Winter 1958
"Tennessee Williams and Strindberg" by Richard B. Vowles (pp. 166+).
"The Profitable World of Tennessee Williams" by Signi Falk (pp. 172+).
"Tennessee Williams: A Selected Bibliography" by Nadine Dony (pp. 181+).

The Nation
December 20, 1947
"Drama" by Joseph Wood Krutch (pp. 686-687). Re: review of "Streetcar Named Desire."

The New Yorker
October 16, 1948
"Smoke Gets in Your Hair" (pp. 51-52). Re: "Summer and Smoke."

December 15, 1947
"Streetcar on Broadway" (p. 82).
October 18, 1948
"Mississippi Mud" (p. 88). Re: "Summer and Smoke."
October 9, 1950
"New Films" (p. 90). Re: "The Glass Menagerie."
"Books" (p. 94). Re: "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone."

April 1973
"Playboy Interview: Tennessee Williams, A Candid Conversation with the Brilliant, Anguished Playwright" (pp.69+).

Theatre Arts
January 1950
"Tale of 3 Cities" (p. 35). Re: "Streetcar Named Desire."
September 1958
"Orpheus' Ascending" by Richard Watts, Jr. (pp. 25+).

This Old House
January/February 2004
"Save This Old House" by Ryan Robbins (p. 118). Re: house once used in the film "Baby Doll" up for sale.

April 9, 1945
"New Plays in Manhattan" (pp. 86 & 88). Re: "The Glass Menagerie."
April 23, 1945
"The Winner" (p. 88). Re: "The Glass Menagerie."
December 15, 1947
"A New Play in Manhattan" (p. 85). Re: "Streetcar Named Desire."
June 7, 1948
"Saroyan's Heir" (p. 85). Re: "Streetcar Named Desire."
February 12, 1951
"New Play in Manhattan" (pp. 53-54). Re: "The Rose Tattoo."