Also of interest is a draft in Williams's hand of a letter to be sent by Lady St. Just to Lord St. Just's physician. Autograph letter, 2 pages on Hotel Elysee stationary, to Dr. Frick, New York, 9 December 1975. "This is to let you know that after my husband disappeared, we spoke on the phone as I'd hoped he'd gone to your hospital or to Scotland. I discovered he was in neither place and was actually very concerned, in view of the fantastic invention about having killed a man in a motor-car accident, I called the House of Lords and was astonished to hear from the teller that he had been there that day..."
The archive includes a copy of Tennessee Williams's last will and testament and other papers relating to his estate. There are copies of a few letters from Lady St. Just to Williams, letters from agent Audrey Wood and publisher James Laughlin.
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