Literary Landmark: Tennessee Williams House

New Orleans, La.
Dedicated June 2006
Partners: Friends of the New Orleans Public Library

Tennessee Williams owned this 19th-century townhouse from 1962 until his death in 1983. Here he worked on his autobiography, Memoirs (1975), in which he wrote, “I hope to die in my sleep… in this beautiful big brass bed in my New Orleans apartment, the bed that is associated with so much love…” He always considered New Orleans his spiritual home.


Tennessee Williams' Dumaine Street home in the French Quarter has a simply divine new life (NOLA)

Tennessee Williams/ New Orleans Literary Festival (website)