[Columbia, MO]: University of Missouri, 1931. First Edition. hardcover. Owner name of student on the front free endpaper. Very Good. Small folio (9" x 12-1/4") bound in embossed black leather. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Yearbook for the second of three years that Tennessee Williams attended the university with his small photograph on his fraternity's page along with his brothers, who dubbed him Tennessee for his Southern drawl. Some brothers later figured as characters in his plays including Harold Mitchell in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. An important period in Williams's life, one of the most normal for that matter, very shortly after he had written his first play, BEAUTY IS THE WORD, and when he was discovering his sexual orientation. (Inventory #: 013769)
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