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Saturated Slide Film Effect. Photo by Margaret Mitchell!

Margaret Mitchell,  author of "Gone With The Wind" Wasn't she just beautiful?

About Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell - Margaret Mitchell House, Author of Gone With the Wind another great adventure on your journey through Herstory

At top is a 1920s photo of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind, with students at Georgia Tech. Below is a 1939 photo of Margaret Mitchell’s famous character, Scarlett O’Hara, on the set of Gone With the Wind.

Pinner wrote:Holy similar! At top is a photo of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind, with students at Georgia Tech. Below is a 1939 photo of Margaret Mitchell’s famous character, Scarlett O’Hara, on the set of Gone With the Wind.

Margaret Mitchell poses with a cat in this undated photograph. Mitchell became a celebrity with with the publication of her only novel, Gone With the Wind, in 1936 and the subsequent film adaptation in 1939 || Mitchell was a woman of her time, but her ability to grow is what I find inspiring. This was a woman who helped finance the medical education of many African-Americans.

Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel

"Gone with the Wind" author and journalist Margaret Mitchell Courtesy of Atlanta History Center. She was so much more than an author; she was also a secret philanthropist and humanitarian.

Margaret Mitchell House & Museum-where she wrote Gone with the Wind, Atlanta, Ga

Took granddaughter Ivy for a visit to the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum-it's where Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind, Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta is a great city!

Gone with the Wind author and journalist Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) with a beautiful cat. Courtesy of Atlanta History Center.

Gone with the Wind author and journalist Margaret Mitchell with a beautiful cat. Courtesy of Atlanta History Center. Tap the link for an awesome selection cat and kitten products for your feline companion!

Atlanta, Georgia and the Margaret Mitchell House

Literary Tourism – Atlanta, Georgia and The Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell holding her book, Gone With the Wind, ca. 1938.

Margaret Mitchell holding her book, Gone with the Wind, ca.

Margaret Mitchell was struck by a speeding automobile as she crossed Peachtree Street at 13th Street in Atlanta with her husband, John Marsh, while on her way to see a movie on the evening of August 11, 1949.

Margaret Mitchell, author of the classic Gone With the Wind, was struck by a speeding automobile as she crossed Peachtree Street at Street in Atlanta with her husband, John Marsh, while on her way to see a movie on the evening of August

Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind

Margaret Mitchell (November 1900 – August Author of Gone with the Wind

Margaret Mitchell.Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell (November 8, 1900 – August 16, 1949) was an American author and journalist. One novel by Mitchell was published during her lifetime, the American Civil War-era novel, Gone with the Wind.

Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel

Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell (November 1900 – August was an American author and journalist. One novel by Mitchell was published during her lifetime, the American Civil War-era novel, Gone with the Wind.

May 3, 1937 	Margaret Mitchell wins Pulitzer Prize for 'Gone With the Wind', the only book she had ever written.

May 1937 Margaret Mitchell wins Pulitzer Prize for 'Gone With the Wind', the only book she had ever written. She was a truly fascinating woman, even beyond her famous book.

Margaret Mitchell, pictured above in 1941, started writing while recovering from an ankle injury in 1926. She had read her way through most of Atlanta's Carnegie Library, so her husband brought home a typewriter and said: "Write your own book to amuse yourself." The result was Gone with the Wind.

Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone With The Wind' Turns 75

Margaret Mitchell, (in started writing in She had read her way through most of Atlanta's Carnegie Library, so her husband brought home a typewriter and said: "Write your own book to amuse yourself." The result was Gone with the Wind.

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