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MARGARET MITCHELL

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“IT’S TAKEN FANCY FAST FOOTWORK IN LOBBIES AND MUSEUMS TO ESCAPE…”

MITCHELL, Margaret. Autograph letter signed. New Orleans, April 1, 1939.

Very rare autograph letter signed from Margaret Mitchell to Harold Latham, who had famously discovered her and her book, about traveling incognito and possibly meeting. Written seven months before the Gone With the Wind premiere. $11,000.

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"I BEG OF YOU IN THE FUTURE IF ANYONE SHOULD ASK YOU ABOUT WHERE MY CHARACTERS LIVED, PLEASE SAY THEY LIVED ONLY IN MY MIND"

MITCHELL, Margaret. Typed letter signed. Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1939.

Lengthy original typed letter, dated 1939, from Margaret Mitchell to Franklin M. Garrett, the Vice President of the Atlanta Historical Society, in which Mitchell informs Garrett that she has become aware of Atlanta historical tours claiming to show tourists locations from Gone With the Wind and then asks Garrett to stop "identifying" such locations from the novel as she purposely made them entirely fictional, boldly signed by Mitchell. $7800.

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"THE MACMILLAN COMPANY SOLD 'GONE WITH THE WIND' TO MR. DAVID SELZNICK, WHO PRODUCED THE FILM FROM IT"

MITCHELL, Margaret. Typed letter signed. Atlanta, Georgia, July 23, 1947.

Original typed two-page letter, dated 1947, from Margaret Mitchell to Mrs. George W. Johnson of Mississippi's Johnson Printing Company, advising Mrs. Johnson on the process of selling film rights; explaining the necessity of selling a book prior to selling the rights; and enclosing a list of literary agents published in the Saturday Review of Literature, boldly signed by Mitchell. $7800.

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