Marlon Brando. Typed letter, 1 page, n.p. n.d., to Tennessee Williams, addressed to him in pencil on the verso. "I just had a look at the keys of this typewriter and I was glad to see the ashes that had fallen off your cigarette through the keys and on to the table. I am satisfidfe [sic] to see that your general obliviousness to externals still rages on, magnificent and un checked. ... I feel like a bucket of stork shit for having fucked things around so, but I've been walking around in a forest of old toilets these past three days what with having to fill out 27 visas and get passport pictures taken and finger prints for the police dept, blah blah blah." — Vivien Leigh. Autograph note signed ("Vivien"), 2 pages on stiff card, n.p. 11 December 1960 (?), thanking Lady St. Just for a gift and inviting her for a visit.
Carson McCullers. Typed letter and typescript of a poem titled "Sarabande," 2 pages (+ carbon copy of the poem), [New York, August 1954], with typed envelope. "I am living in your apartment but I miss you too much. I think it's time for you to come home and stay home. I had a royal screwing on Europe and it was enough even for me. Little brother, please come home. This is poem, it's for Oliver and for you and for me and for everybody. I hope you like it. My brother, I miss you." — Rose Williams (sister of TW). Two ALSs to her mother, March 1955. "Tell Tom I love him so much that he stole my heart away in the dark ages! Wish him a Happy Birth-day!" — Edwina Dakin Williams (mother of TW). ALS, 29 July 1955. "Your generous check has made it possible for me to hire David (neighbor's Chauffeur) and he has taken me to the hospital twice to see Rose." — Frank Merlo. ALS on 3 postcards (undated) to Maria Britneva — A collection of 12 photos of various sizes, including a fine studio portrait of Frank Merlo — A rusted cuff link in a small box, inscribed "1 cuff link prized by Tennessee Williams" — Clippings from newspapers and periodicals.
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