Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983. Diary : autograph manuscript notebook, [1946 September] and undated., [1946
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Journal entry in Thornton, 445.
Also includes unpublished draft notes on TW's play Sweet bird of youth; what appear to be notes from an interview with a Mexican migrant farm worker; drafts of TW's poem The soft city; an untitled draft essay on actress Anna Magnani; and production notes from TW's play Eccentricities of a nightingale.
Accessioned as part of asset number 9409063. Formerly housed in Box 15, folder 1.
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