Tennessee Williams Exhibit Seeks Volunteers

The Tennessee Williams Exhibit is seeking volunteers to welcome guests on Sunday afternoons from 12 to 5 p.m. at the Exhibit location, 513 Truman Avenue.  The goal of the Exhibit is to keep the legacy alive of one of the greatest American writers of the last century. It offers visitors an entertaining and informative self-guided tour as well as curator led tours. Included in the Exhibit is the largest collection of Tennessee Williams memorabilia available to the public. It includes an extensive collection of photographs, most of which were taken in Key West, first edition plays and books, rare newspaper and magazine articles, videos, and a typewriter used by the author while writing in Key West.  Historic and hard to find artifacts and materials continue to be donated and purchased to enhance the Exhibit.  For more information or to volunteer, contact Dennis Beaver, Curator, at exhibit@twkw.org or 305-294-3121.

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