MARGARET MITCHELL The year the film version of her Gone with the Wind premiered (1939), Mitchell signed this typed letter, forwarding with skeptical comments a letter she had received. Framed with 2 pictures of Mitchell to an overall size of 29½x18. Typed Letter signed: "Margaret", 1 page, 5¾x9. Atlanta, Georgia, 1939 May 3. On personal letterhead to "Dear Franklin" [Garrett]. One strike-over and ink correction in her hand. Triple suede matted and framed with two portraits of Mitchell to an overall size of 29½x18. In full: "I am enclosing a letter I recently received [Item not included], for I thought some of the information in it might be of interest to you. Because of the manifold errors in the letter I have doubts as to the lady's statement that her father was the first white child born in Atlanta. You will notice that she says her grandfather had fifteen hundred slaves and the plantation covered the 'whole of Dahlonega County.' I believe at that time there were about five thousand people in the county of which Dahlonega is the seat. However, knowing your interest in such matters, I am passing the letter on to you. Please return it when you have finished reading it. read more...
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ALICE STONE BLACKWELL - STOCK CERTIFICATE SIGNED 07/07/1911 CO-SIGNED BY: FRANCIS J. GARRISON, CATHARINE WILDE - HFSID 226257ONE SHARE OF "THE PROPRIETORS OF THE WOMAN'S JOURNAL" CORPORATION OWNED BY THE NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION ALICE STONE BLACKWELL. Stock Certificate signed: "Alice Stone read more...
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