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75th Anniversary of Gone with the Wind

Today marks the 75th Anniversary of the novel by Margaret Mitchell. Gone With the Wind was published in June 1936. Mitchell was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her sweeping novel the following May. It was made into an equally famous motion picture starring Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable. The movie had its world premiere at the Loew’s Grand Theater in Atlanta December 15, 1939. Check out this little video about Margaret Mitchell. Of course, Gone with the Wind is part of the Media Services Home…

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Atlanta’s own Margaret Mitchell was born on this day in 1900. Browse and order prints from our collection.

The Rhett House Beaufort, South Carolina. This is known as The Rhett House. The Rhett Family was the richest family in the South. The Butler Family was the richest northern family. And that is where Rhett Butler from Gone With the Wind got his name. Rhett Butler, Carolina Do Sul, South Carolina, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Prints, American Civil War

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The Rhett House Beaufort, South Carolina. This is known as The Rhett House. The Rhett Family was the richest family in the South. The Butler Family was the richest northern family. And that is where...

Ruins of Tara Plantation Set In as he watched the Tara set being dismantled, Gone With the Wind producer David O. Selznick solemnly observed that “Nothing in Hollywood is permanent. Old Buildings, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Mansions, Go To Movies, Great Movies, Dossier Photo, Wind Movie, Tomorrow Is Another Day

Ruins of Tara Plantation Set

In 1959, as he watched the Tara set being dismantled, Gone With the Wind producer David O. Selznick solemnly observed that “Nothing in Hollywood is permanent. Once photographed, life here is ended. It is almost symbolic of Hollywood. Tara has no rooms inside. It’s just a facade… Much of Hollywood is a facade.” RIP David O. Selznick (May 10, 1902 – June 22, 1965)

The room where Margaret Mitchell wrote "Gone with the Wind" by Atlanta History Center. We had a few of these items in our shop very similar. I adore Margaret Margaret Mitchell House, Tomorrow Is Another Day, Go To Movies, Georgia On My Mind, Gone With The Wind, Southern Belle, All About Time, Authors, Writers

The room where Margaret Mitchell wrote "Gone with the Wind"

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Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell holds a copy of her best-selling novel during her first New York interview at her publishers' office in Margaret Mitchell, I Love Books, Great Books, My Books, Writers And Poets, Writers Write, People Reading, Atlanta, Scorpio Woman

Margaret Mitchell was told once she wasn't the type of person that could write a book. I think it's safe to say she proved them wrong.

The book, which contains the signatures of nearly the entire cast plus director Victor Fleming and producer David O. Selznick, sold for double its initial estimate. It Movie Cast, It Cast, The Beautiful And Damned, Beautiful Things, Victor Fleming, Hattie Mcdaniel, Margaret Mitchell, Romance Film, Tomorrow Is Another Day

Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh and Cast-Signed 'Gone With the Wind' Book Sells for $135,300

The book, which contains the signatures of nearly the entire cast plus director Victor Fleming and producer David O. Selznick, sold for double its initial estimate.

Vivien Leigh (as Scarlett O'Hara) and Clark Gable (as Rhett Butler) on the cover of Movie Life from Gone With the Wind. Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Go To Movies, Old Movies, Great Movies, Loretta Young, Carole Lombard, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Classic Hollywood

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Atlanta newspaper announcing the death of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind. She had been hit by a car crossing Peachtree Street! Newspaper Front Pages, Newspaper Article, Margaret Mitchell, Newspaper Headlines, Tomorrow Is Another Day, Famous Books, Gone With The Wind, Historical Photos, Order Prints

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Atlanta newspaper announcing the death of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind. Browse and order prints from our collection.

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Margaret Mitchell House, Atlanta

The Margaret Mitchell House: www.gwtw.org/ 1899 Built by Cornelius J. Sheehan as a two-story, single-family home with a fashionable Peachtree Street address: #806. The neighborhood was known as the "tight squeeze," referring to the turn-of-the-century when Peachtree looped around a 30-foot ravine. 1919 The house was converted into a 10-unit apartment building - Crescent Apartments. During this time, families were selling their homes to make way for commercial development. The owner pushed…