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2020 Commercial 008 Tennessee Williams Perspective Corrected

(2008)

Tennessee Williams shack.

Out of sight and off limits to the public is the tiny spartan shack in which Tennessee Williams spent time in 1944 while he was finishing The Glass Menagerie. Harold Norse, who would later write Memoirs of a Bastard Angel, lived with him for six weeks. Williams signed his name to a door and a wall here.

For an overview, please see 8 Commercial Street.

¶ Adapted from Building Provincetown (2015).

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