Series 4
Printed material, 1930-1991
Boxes 4-7 and OP1

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of printed materials about Margaret Mitchell, Gone With the Wind, both the book and motion picture, and related topics. The printed material includes books and booklets, magazine articles, newspaper clippings and publicity material. Also includes one folder of materials relating to John Marsh's involvement in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area Defense Council during World War II.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.

Publicity, 1936-1989
Box Folder Content
4 1 MacMillan book lists, spring and fall 1936
4 2 Booklet, "Margaret Mitchell and her novel, Gone With the Wind compiled in response to a flood of requests from readers all over the country for information about the author and her book," MacMillan Co., 1936
4 3 Press releases, 1937-1946, 1965 and no date
4 4 Press packets: WAGA-TV presentation, "Peggy of Peachtree," [1964]; Art and Antiques Magazine, "Author's 'lost' manuscript and historic photos to be revealed," May 1995
4 5 Flier for Gone With the Wind 25th anniversary deluxe edition, no date
4 6 50th anniversary of Gone With the Wind, book, 1986: photographs, printed material, clippings
4 7 50th anniversary of Gone With the Wind, motion picture, 1989: invitations, clippings
4 8 Brochures about Gone With the Wind in Japanese, no date
Books and booklets, 1937-1984
5 1 Facts and fancies, yearbook of Wilbur Kurtz, Washington Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia, 1937; dedicated to alumnus Margaret Mitchell
5 2 Margaret Mitchell Memorial of the Atlanta Public Library, 1954 (4 copies)
5 2 'Gone With the Wind' and its author Margaret Mitchell, MacMillan Co., 1961 (2 copies)
5 2 A literary guide commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Margaret Mitchell Display Collection at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, 15 December 1984
5 3 A tribute to Margaret Mitchell, Trust Co. of Georgia; dedication of an oil painting of Margaret Mitchell (2 copies), no date
5 3 "Atlanta: Where much of the South's literature originates," Atlanta Journal, no date
5 3 The most orderly of disorderly houses, by William H. Townsend, no date
Articles, 1950-1970
5 4 The Atlanta Historical Society Bulletin, Vol. IX, May 1950, no. 34; entire issue devoted to Margaret Mitchell (2 copies)
5 4 The Georgia Commentary, June 1950, no. 3; reprint of Margaret Mitchell's "When General Cobb wrote the Georgia code."
5 4 Library Notes, A bulletin issued for the Friends of Duke University Library, no. 29, April 1954, "Technique of writing ' Gone With the Wind' by Mattie Russell, pp. 20-22 Gone With the Wind' by Mattie Russell, pp. 20-22
5 4 Friends of the Smith College Library, Fourteenth Annual Report, July 1956, notice of purchase of letters of Margaret Mitchell, p. 19
OP1 6 McCall's, July 1965, "The Woman who Wrote Gone with the Wind," by Finnis Farr, p. 84
5 4 T he Atlanta Historical Society Bulletin, Vol. XI, June 1966, no. 2; "' Gone With the Wind' Thirty Years After," by Stephens Mitchell Gone With the Wind' Thirty Years After," by Stephens Mitchell
5 5 Atlanta Historical Society Bulletin, September 1967, "' Gone With the Wind' premiere, excerpts from the diary of Wilbur G. Kurtz, Jr.," pp. 15-22 Gone With the Wind' premiere, excerpts from the diary of Wilbur G. Kurtz, Jr.," pp. 15-22
5 5 Atlanta Constitution, 13 November 1967, "' Gone With the Wind' takes on Oriental accent," Reg Murphy column Gone With the Wind' takes on Oriental accent," Reg Murphy column
5 5 Georgia Historical Quarterly, March 1968, "Margaret Mitchell: The Ladyfrom Atlanta," by Robert L. Groover, pp. 53-69
5 5 The Southern Literary Journal, II, Spring 1970, "The modern Southern novelist and the past: a symposium," by Hyatt H. Waggoner, Walter Sullivan, Floyd C. Watkins, George Core
Other, 1965-1989
5 6 Notes for biography Margaret Mitchell of Atlanta: the Author of Gone With the Wind by Finis Farr, 1965
5 7 Book reviews, 1966, 1978, no date
5 8 Lists, Gone With the Wind editions bequeathed by Margaret Baugh to Agnes Scott College Library, 1968; Margaret Mitchell's inscriptions in Margaret Baugh's copies of Gone With the Wind, no date Gone With the Wind, no date
5 9 Student papers, "Margaret Mitchell: The one they call 'Peggy'," by Leo Honeycutt, III, 1 May 1973
5 10 Journal, Margaret Mitchell Museum Quarterly, Fall 1986-
5 11 Newsletter, 'Gone With the Wind' Collector's Newsletter, premiere issue, 1987, 1989
5 12 Flier, "A living memorial to Margaret Mitchell," Atlanta Smith College Club, no date
5 13 Souvenir program, Atlanta Junior League Gone with the Wind world premier ball, 1939
Newspaper clippings, 1930-1991
6 1 1930s
OP1 4 New York Times Book Review, 5 July 1936
6 2 1940s
OP1 5 Atlanta Journal Magazine, Margaret Mitchell memorial issue, 18 December 1949, 2 copies
6 3 Re death of Margaret Mitchell, 1949
6 4 1950s
6 5 1960s
6 6 1970s
6 7 Re Evelyn Keyes, 1978
6 8 1980s
6 9 Re biography Road to Tara: The life of Margaret Mitchell by Anne Edwards, May 1983
6 10 Re "The Dump," 1984, 1987, 1994
6 11 Re sequel, Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley, 1987-1991
6 12 1990s
6 13 No date
Magazine clippings, 1930s-1990s
7 1 1930s
7 2 1940s
7 3 1950s
7 4 1960s
7 5 1970s
7 6 1980s
7 7 1990s
7 8 No date
Atlanta Metropolitan Area Defense Council
7 9 1942-1944
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