Number 161 of 500 copies on Favini paper, designed by Martino Mardersteig and printed by the Stamperia Valdonega, Verona, Italy, September 1976. Edited and with comments by Donald Windham. Paperback with cream-colored European wrappers printed in an original design of airmail letter fragments. Immensely clean wrappers and with a clear acetate over-wrapper in flawless condition. Crisp blue-stamped lettering to the spine. 9.5 x 6.5 inches. The text block is firmly bound in. With xii and 333 numbered pages. Includes four-page color reproduction of a letter written by Tennessee Williams on Hotel Williams stationary, Chicago. Tiny flaw in paper of the copyright page NOT soiling. Else the book is immensely clean, and quite tight. Almost certainly unread. In a medium-duty plain cardboard slipcase of blue buckram with light rubbing along some edges. A Fine copy in a Fine DJ in a Near Fine slipcase. From a 1977 Time magazine review: "Williams ranks as one of the best (and least known) letter writers. The assemblage of 159 letters amounts to an autobiography available in no other form."