Mitchell, Margaret, 1900-1949
- Existence: 1900 - 1949
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection consists of research files created by Anne Edwards while writing her book Road to Tara: the life of Margaret Mitchell. Included are correspondence; copies of newspaper and magazine articles; questionnaires; galley proofs; transcripts and original audiocassette tapes of interviews; and notecards containing information about Margaret Mitchell's life and other subjects pertaining to Edwards' book.
Scope and Content The Bertha Y. Jones scrapbooks contains ten scrapbooks filled with newspaper clippings dating from 1961 to 1978. These clippings concern Tucker, Georgia, the state of Georgia, the nation, and some international news. The clippings have information concerning special events, historic places, and many famous personalities. With regard to the latter, there are clippings on local people (officials, businessmen, etc.), state officials, presidents and their families, leaders of other countries,...
Scope and Content This collection is primarily comprised of genealogy and family records pertaining to the Edwards family. Included in the collection are family histories, biographical sketches, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.
Dates: 1714-1975, undated
Scope and Content These papers consist of fashion plates depicting female fashions; tracings of fashion drawings made by Ms. Anderson while a student; biographical information on William Patrick Anderson; and correspondence with author Margaret Mitchell regarding a Japanese translated version of Gone With the Wind.
Scope and Content This collection contains correspondence, speeches and articles, student records, professional papers, and scrapbooks related to Eugene Mitchell.
Scope and Content This collection contains ephemera and memorabilia pertaining to the novel Gone With the Wind and it's film adaptation. Documents primarily include articles, newspapers and clippings, scrapbooks, and paper dolls. These materials documents the life of Margaret Mitchell Marsh, the publication of the book, the Atlanta premier of the movie, and the legacies of all three. Also included is a partial run of the German serialization of the novel that ran in...
Dates: 1921-2002, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains photographs, albumen prints, notecards, and a platinotype collected by Governor Slaton and his wife. Images include portraits of Howell Cobb, Cary B. Wilmer, Julia King (Mrs. Henry) Grady, and James W. English, Jr. Other images include Marechal Foch and Charles Loridaus of France and Thomas Whipple Connally. There is a view of Mrs. John Marshall Slaton in the attire she wore when presented at the court of King George V and Queen Mary. There are portraits of four...
Dates: 1887, 1921-1930, undated
Scope and Contents of the Records The photographs in this collection relate to Atlanta author Medora Field Perkerson. The earliest images, a photograph from 1924, shows Ms. Perkerson seated in the center with other members of the Atlanta Journal Sunday Magazine, including Margaret Mitchell. Other photographs show Medora Field Perkerson seated with her mother reading Who Killed Aunt Maggie? in 1939; a photograph of her arrival at the 1940 premiere of the movie Who Killed Aunt Maggie? with her husband Angus Perkerson, and a...
Dates: circa 1924-1961
Scope and Content This collection contains letters between Isabel Erlich and her colleagues in the library field, and also publishers. Other material includes correspondence between Alma Hill Jamison, an Atlanta librarian and other librarians, and also author Margaret Mitchell. Most of the letters relate to Civil War research.
Dates: 1940-1950, undated
Scope and Content This collection contains manuscripts, research materials, correspondence, book layouts, design notes, and newspaper clippings. Most of the material relates to Margaret Mitchell, the book Gone With The Wind, as well as its movie adaptation, and Peacock's research.
Dates: 1966-1988, undated
Scope and Content These papers consist primarily of newspaper clippings collected by Jennie Meta Barker about Atlanta and it's history. Most clippings relate broadly to Atlanta, but particular subjects include history, the arts, politics and government, business and organizations, notable Atlantans, and Georgia geography. In addition to clippings, there are also reports, pamphlets, publications, and correspondence relating to these topics. The collection also contains notes and chapters that Barker wrote for...
Dates: approximately 1820-1967, undated; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1967
Scope and Content The Margaret Mitchell collection is comprised of material pertaining to the life of Atlanta author Margaret Mitchell, including correspondence, newspaper articles, and other printed materials. The correspondence – originals and copies of cards, letters, postcards, notes, and telegrams – provides detail into Mitchell’s professional relationships with fans and publishers, as well as her involvement with the Atlanta Historical Society. The Baugh (secretary to Stephens Mitchell, brother and...
Scope and Content This collection contains a guest book titled "College Scrap Book" which recorded the name, date and "happy thought" of each signer. The book belonged to author Margaret Mitchell.
Scope and Content The Margaret Mitchell House Archives contains, correspondence, publications, and manuscript material pertaining to Margaret Mitchell, her family, and her publisher, Harold S. Latham; the publication of Gone With the Wind and the movie premiere in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dates: 1848-2002, undated
Scope and Contents of the Records These visuals were acquired by the Margaret Mitchell House, Inc. to document the life of Margaret Mitchell; the creation of her book, Gone with the Wind; the movie, Gone with the Wind; the Margaret Mitchell House; and Atlanta, Georgia, in the early half of the 20th century. Most of the images are copy prints and negatives. There are some significant original prints, however, including a series of photographs featuring Mitchell and her friend Henry Angel. Other original prints include Mitchell's...
Dates: 1863-1997, undated, bulk 1916-1936
Scope and Content This collection contains one letter written by Margaret Mitchell to Harry Taylor regarding two photos of Taylor and Mitchell at Lake Burton, Georgia.
Scope and Content This collection contains a typed copy of the diary of William Decatur Howell, a Confederate soldier of Oxford, Mississippi who served in Atlanta during the Atlanta Campaign. The diary also contains a short biography of Howell. The manuscript was compiled by Howell's aunt, Maud Morrow Brown in 1931. The collection also contains a letter from author Margaret Mitchell to Ms. Brown regarding the manuscript.
Dates: 1931, 1941
Scope and Content The collection contains the papers of the Menefee, Timmons, and Mitchell families of Georgia. Included are correspondence, application materials to the Daughters of the American Revolution (D. A. R.) and Daughters of the War of 1812, printed materials, legal records, scrapbooks, and other ephemera. Correspondence includes letters between F. N. Menefee, Maggie (Menefee) Dean Warden, Josephine Menefee, and Aline Timmons regarding their family genealogy. Application materials for the...
Scope and Content This collection contains a Bible that was owned by Rufus Brown Bullock. The Bible includes Bullock's signature as well as a page of family genealogy. Also included in the collection is a copy of a letter written by Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) to E. H. Kirby in which she encourages Kirby to donate the Bible to a museum collection.
Dates: 1861, 1941
Scope and Content The collection, in its original format, is a single reel of spliced 16mm black and white, and color film shot by Russell Bellman during the festivities and premiere of Gone With the Wind. The beginning of the footage captures the Atlanta Junior League Ball at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium and was shot in black and white and color. Bellman shot the black and white portion from an elevated position panning the auditorium grandstands and floor area. The color...