Ronald Perrier Papers
Scope and Content
The papers consist of correspondence between Tennessee Williams and Ronald Perrier, photographs of the two together, Perrier's research and manuscripts, Will and Testament, and his published book, 'A Sense of Honor, Remembrances of WWII Veterans.'
- Creation: 1971-2010
Language of Materials
Collection material in English
Restrictions on Access
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Ronald Perrier (B.S. University of Wisconsin-River Falls; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota) is Professor Emeritus of Film Studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. Dr. Perrier authored eleven books and has directed 75 theatre productions over the years. Much of his work regards personal recollections from World War II Veterans, GLBT related issues including bullying, and film and theatre. His thesis in 1972, research from 1963 to 1971 and in 1983 and 1985 was regarding 'A Study of the Dramatic Works of Tennessee Williams.' Williams was a gay playwright who in addition wrote stories, poetry and adapted his works for cinema. Perrier's latest work titled 'Persistence of Vision: The Life Journey of a Gay Man' was completed in 2008. He currently is working on an extension to this memoir to be titled 'September Songs.'
1 box (0.42 cubic feet)
Collection contains the papers of Ronald Perrier, gay author and educator.
- Ronald Perrier papers, 1971-2010
- Heather Dahlgren, Susan Hoffman and Jordan Burrell
- 2013, 2015
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- Finding aid written in English