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Gone With the Wind.

by [SIGNED BY THE MOTION PICTURE CAST] MITCHELL, Margaret.

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Used - Ink stamp of Selznick International Pictures Inc. to verso of rear free endpaper; a little browning to the hinges from binder
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Reprint of the 1936 first edition.
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New York:: The Macmillan Company,, 1938.. Reprint of the 1936 first edition.. original gray cloth stamped in blue, in dust jacket.. Ink stamp of Selznick International Pictures Inc. to verso of rear free endpaper; a little browning to the hinges from binder's adhesive; some shelfwear to the bottom edge; but a bright copy. The jacket is chipped at extremities of the backstrip and has a few other tiny chips; good to very good. The framed certificate of appreciation is somewhat rippled and there is some fading to some of the signatures. . 8vo (and framed artwork measuring 25 x 21 inches overall),. Denoted in pencil "Copy #1," this was Assistant Director Eric Stacey's copy, signed by David Selznick, Director Victor Fleming, and 28 members of the motion picture cast, including Vivien Leign, Clark Gable, and Olivia de Havilland. Eric Stacey has added his ownership signature in pencil on the half-title. Accompanying the book is a framed gift presented to Eric Stacey "In… Read More
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Gone With the Wind - By Margaret Mitchell

by MITCHELL, MARGARET & CLARK GABLE

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New York: Macmillan, 1936. First Edition, First Issue. Signed by Margaret Mitchell on the flyleaf. Laid into the book is what is considered the finest Clark Gable letter extant, an amazing reflection all about Gone With the Wind. Dated January 25, 1960, it is a Typed Letter Signed in blue ink by Clark Gable, on his printed stationery with the original stamped envelope, which is written to the News Editor of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper, Mr. Actor Cordell, Jr., who had asked for Gable’s remarks on Gone With the Wind twenty years after the release of the film classic, and to which Clark Gable wrote this amazing response: "Dear Mr. Cordell: I have received your letter of December 29 and will answer your questions in the order which you ask them. - Yes, it does seem like 20 years. - I feel about GONE WITH THE WIND as being one of the greatest pictures ever made, not because I played a leading role in it, but because of the great story, the way the story was brought to the screen, the production… Read More
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GONE WITH THE WIND Signed 1st Issue

GONE WITH THE WIND Signed 1st Issue

by Margaret Mitchell

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First Edition; First Printing
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New York: MacMillan Company. 1936. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust jacket. First issue with "Published May 1936" on copyright page in first issue jacket with rear panel headed "Macmillan Spring Novels" listing Gone with The Wind as the second title in the second column. Binding tight and square. Original full-bound cloth boards present, in exceptional condition for their age, with slight wear to corners as shown. Minimal wear present to boards and text block, with some wear evident to the original dust jacket, with a repaired tears on both the front and back covers, as well as some chipping losses at spine corners, and wear to the edges at bottom and top. Clipped (as is typical) at the top corner, with original price of $3 not clipped at the bottom left. Overall a very nice example. ; Signed by Margaret Mitchell on the first free end page. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1037 pages; Signed by Author .
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Gone with the Wind (Inscribed First Edition)
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Gone with the Wind (Inscribed First Edition)

by Mitchell, Margaret

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Used - Near Fine
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First edition
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New York: Macmillan, 1936. First edition. Near Fine/Very Good +. First printing, May 1936, in first issue jacket. A Near Fine copy of the book with inner hinges professionally closed. In a VG+ jacket with creasing and signs of wear to spine ends, along panel edges, and at the flaps. Inscribed on the front endpaper "For Clara Crawford from Margaret Mitchell. April 20, 1936" and accompanied by a one-page Typed Letter Signed from Margaret Mitchell to the recipient on February 11, 1937, outlining the circumstances of how Crawford acquired this first edition at such an early date. The book wasn't officially released until June 30th, 1936. This is among the earliest dated inscriptions that we can find. Housed in a custom blue quarter-leather slipcase with chemise. According to the TLS accompanying this signed first edition, Mitchell had inscribed this copy for Clara Crawford at the request of Norman Berg. Berg, a friend of Mitchell's and the Southeastern rep for Macmillan, had set aside several first… Read More
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Gone With the Wind.

Gone With the Wind.

by Mitchell, Margaret

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New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936.
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Gone With the Wind.

Gone With the Wind.

by Mitchell, Margaret

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New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936.
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Gone with the Wind  [Signed First Printing, May 1936]
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Gone with the Wind [Signed First Printing, May 1936]

by Mitchell, Margaret

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Used - Very Good
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First Edition
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Hardcover
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New Yok: The Macmillan Company, 1936. Beautifully signed by Margaret Mitchell at front endpaper: "Margaret Mitchell". Rarity now approaching ninety years in existence in the original first printing wrapper. This signed first edition, the May 1936 printing, is very rare as are any of her signed books or other items. In a letter dated February, 1937, Margaret Mitchell wrote that she would no longer sign her book, nevermore for friends or even relatives. Butternut (greyish brown) full cloth boards, navy stamped cover and spine titles, light shelf wear, rub, spine pull. Deckled pages very good, clean; no writing. Bind fine; hinges intact. Original May first printing dust wrapper, generally good with approx. 1/3 of spine area missing; unclipped 3.00, protected in new clear sleeve. Front and back panels and flaps remain near very good. First state wrapper denoted by Charles Morgan's 'Sparkenbroke' listed at top of first column on back panel. Additionally, for preservation and… Read More
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Gone with the Wind.
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Gone with the Wind.

by MITCHELL, Margaret.

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New York: Macmillan Company,, 1936. A signed American classic First edition, first printing, first issue dust jacket, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Mitchell ceased signing copies around six months following publication after being inundated with requests. She reaffirmed this stance weeks before her death in 1949: "I was forced to adopt a 'no autographing' policy and since that time I have not altered it" (cited in Harwell, p. 425).  The first printing is dated May, rather than June, on the copyright page. Dust jackets in the first issue advertise this title on the rear panel in the second row of the second column. Mitchell's sole published novel received immediate acclaim and record-breaking sales, winning her the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize, and transforming her life from one of obscurity to international stardom. The famous film adaptation followed in 1939.  Octavo. Original grey cloth, spine and front cover lettered and stamped with wind devices in dark blue,… Read More
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Gone With the Wind.
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Gone With the Wind.

by MITCHELL, Margaret.

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New York, Macmillan,, 1936. Well, my dear, take heart. Some day, I will kiss you and you will like it First edition, first printing with the copyright date May 1936, this copy with a leaf signed by the author bound before the half-title. Mitchell's sole published novel saw immediate acclaim and record-breaking sales, winning her the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize, and transforming her life from one of obscurity to international stardom. The famous film adaptation followed in 1939.  Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in red morocco, spine lettered and decorated with centre tool gilt, raised bands, single rule to boards gilt, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. A fine copy.
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Typed letter signed

Typed letter signed

by MITCHELL Margaret

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1947. Signed. MITCHELL, Margaret. Typed letter signed. Atlanta, Georgia, July 23, 1947. Two sheets of unlined Margaret Mitchell letterhead, each measuring 7 by 11 inches; pp. 2, with original mailing envelope. $7800.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.This typed signed letter, dated ""Atlanta 5, Georgia. July 23, 1947,"" was written from Margaret Mitchell to a Mississippi reader (and aspiring author) offering advice on book publication and selling film rights. Here, Mitchell explains the reasons for why publication traditionally precedes the selling of rights; offers insight into the unusual process between the selling of film rights… Read More
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Typed letter signed

Typed letter signed

by MITCHELL Margaret

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1939. Signed. MITCHELL, Margaret. Typed letter signed. Atlanta, Georgia, February 23, 1939. Three sheets of unlined Margaret Mitchell letterhead, each measuring 7 by 11 inches; pp. 3, with original mailing envelope. $7800.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.This typed signed letter, dated ""Atlanta, Georgia. February 23, 1939,"" implores the Vice President of the Atlanta Historical Society, Franklin M. Garrett, to cease offering the specific locations of houses in Gone With the Wind, as he evidently gave those alleged locations to the Atlanta Convention Bureau,… Read More
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Typed Letter Signed

by MITCHELL, Margaret

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("Margaret") in black fountain pen ink, on personal letterhead, Atlanta, May 3, 1939. 4to, 3 separate pages. To Mable and Edwin [Granberry]: " We have been in one of our hurricanes. It all started when Selznick at last announced Miss Vivien Leigh and things are just now quieting down." She then goes on to ponder an invitation to Long Beach, New York. On page two she comments on that year’s Pulitzer Prize-winner: "Of course, you know about Marjorie Rawlings getting the Pulitzer award. There never was much doubt that she would get it if there was any justice anywhere.I do not know whether the award will keep her too busy to make this trip. The members of the Atlanta Women’s Press Club have asked me to give a party for her should she come, as they are all anxious to meet her." Mitchell closes with mention of the book which made her famous: "I was interested in your remarks about finding a GWTW mention in an article written by a Chinese. I did not see the… Read More
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Autographed Letter Signed about an alleged Error in Gone With The Wind; about a supposed...
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Autographed Letter Signed about an alleged Error in Gone With The Wind; about a supposed Chronological Error with Scandalous Effects

by Mitchell, Margaret

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Original (3 pieces)
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Atlanta, Georgia: Margaret Mitchell (in reaction to The Reader's Digest & The Atlanta Journal), 1949. Original (3 pieces). Envelope. Very Good/Envelope Good. Autograph Letter Penned & Signed characteristically "M.M.M." [Margaret Mitchell Marsh] by the famed American Author on a Small Folio (8.5" x 14") page copied from "The Atlanta Journal," June 19, 1949; <br/> <br/> with a marginal ink note in the left margin of "The Atlanta Journal" from the recipient, Dr. Mayo, docketed "July 5 - 1949"; <br/> <br/> accompanied by the original envelope addressed by Mitchell to "Dr. C.E. Mayos / 612 West 13 St. / Davenport / Iowa." [stamp and partial postmark cut away leaving only "5 ATLA... Jul /10..19.../ G]; with Mitchell's return address on the envelope flap preprinted as: "1268 Piedmont Avenue, N. E. / Apartment 3 / Atlanta 5, Georgia." Dr. Mayos has written on the envelope: "Letters from /… Read More
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book

by (MITCHELL, Margaret). PERRETT, Louise and Sarah K. Smith

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Chicago: The Reilly & Britton Co, 1917. Hardcover. Near Fine. Octavo. Quarter cloth and illustrated papercovered boards. Ownership signature of Elizabeth Flodnig, corners a bit worn and some soiling on the boards, a tight, very good or better copy. A blank book with sections for autographs. Contains many inscriptions to Flodnig in 1917, among them a four-line inscription by Margaret Mitchell, author of *Gone With the Wind*, on page 44 (appropriating Gellett Burgess's famous poem): "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, I'll tell you one thing anyhow, I'd rather see than be one! (No nominations [?] Ha! Ha!) Margaret Mitchell." In 1918 Mitchell graduated from Washington Seminary in Atlanta, and presumably Flodnig was a classmate. Laid in is additional ephemera from the recipient's continuing education in Atlanta. Housed in a custom cloth chemise and gray morocco slipcase.
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Typed Letter Signed on personal stationery

Typed Letter Signed on personal stationery

by MITCHELL, Margaret (1900 - 1949)

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Atlanta, 1937. unbound. 1 page, 11 x 7.25 inches, Atlanta, June 29, 1937. Rare letter signed "Margaret Mitchell Marsh," declining an invitation to a party because it conflicts with her wedding anniversary, in full: "Dear Miss Hall: Sue Myrick forwarded to me your invitation, and John and I appreciate it so very much. I know the party will be lots of fun and I only wish we could come, but Sunday is our wedding anniversary and we have already made plans to spend it with friends. I admit that the temptation to break this engagement is strong, because I liked Milledgeville so much when I was there at the Press meeting. And also, I would love to attend your party as Prissy. (That is the only role my size would warrant. The costume would be cheap, too --just a croker sack and ten cents' worth of shoe polish. We do appreciate your invitation so much, and I shall look forward to Sue's description of the party." Two horizontal folds and slight foxing; very good… Read More
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book (Original yearbook signed by Margaret Mitchell)
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The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book (Original yearbook signed by Margaret Mitchell)

by [Margaret Mitchell] Louise Perrett, Sarah K. Smith (authors)

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Chicago: The Reilly and Britton Co, 1917. First Edition. First Edition. Blank book-style yearbook (largely still blank) belonging to Elizabeth Floding with numerous inscriptions and well wishes from various students and faculty, including a four-line Gellett Burgess poem written to Floding by Margaret Mitchell: "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, I'll tell you one thing anyhow, I'd rather see than be one! Ha! Ha! Margaret Mitchell." Additional ephemera also laid in, including a piano recital program and various small photographs. "Gone With the Wind" writer Mitchell attended private girls' school Washington Seminary in Atlanta Georgia, where presumably Floding was a classmate. The book also contains an inscription to Floding from English teacher Eva Paisley, whom Mitchell would credit as the first to recognize her writing talent. Floding would go on to attend Emory University. Very Good plus, housed in a custom gray cloth chemise and gray leather slipcase decorated with gilt… Read More
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Typed Letter Signed

by Mitchell, Margaret

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1941 Atlanta, George: August 2, 1941. From author Margaret Mitchell to Marion County Circuit Judge Leonard H. McMahan. One page, signed "Margaret Mitchell Marsh." Very good letter, with normal tri-fold, some tiny holes and some light surface wear to top edge of letter, and a tiny bit of dampstaining to recto. Overall, a unique and inspiring letter. In this letter, Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone with the Wind (1936), thanks McMahan for sending her a book on Crater Lake and "The Brimfield Heroine Letter," which is a 66-year-old woman's account of her journey on the Oregon Trail. The latter item sparks an inspiring paragraph from Mitchell, in which she writes: "When we read such records of courage and endurance how can we doubt the future of our country and our people? I do not hold with the prevalent idea that we have become soft or frightened. Endurance and courage are still in our bones. The trouble nowadays is that most people have not been bred up to expect… Read More
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Typed Letter Signed to Leonard H. McMahan.

Typed Letter Signed to Leonard H. McMahan.

by Mitchell, Margaret

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1941 Atlanta, GA: August 2, 1941. From author Margaret Mitchell to Marion County Circuit Judge Leonard H. McMahan. One page, signed "Margaret Mitchell Marsh." Very good letter, with usual tri-fold, some tiny holes and some light surface wear to top edge of letter, and a tiny bit of dampstaining to recto. Overall, a handsome letter, with unique and inspiring content. In this letter, Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone with the Wind (1936), thanks McMahan for sending her a book on Crater Lake and "The Brimfield Heroine Letter," which is a 66-year-old woman's account of her journey on the Oregon Trail. The latter item sparks an inspiring paragraph from Mitchell, in which she writes: "When we read such records of courage and endurance how can we doubt the future of our country and our people? I do not hold with the prevalent idea that we have become soft or frightened. Endurance and courage are still in our bones. The trouble nowadays is that most people have not been bred up to expect endurance, but if the… Read More
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Margaret Mitchell Signed Letters.

Margaret Mitchell Signed Letters.

by Mitchell, Margaret

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1941-42. Two letters signed in full by Margaret Mitchell, author on the classic Gone With the Wind. Both letters addressed to Rear Admiral Edward J. Marquart and his wife, one dated December 26, 1941, the other December 19, 1942, each with their original envelopes; both letters refer to the commissioning of the U.S.S. Atlanta. The U.S.S. Atlanta was commissioned at the New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn on 24 December 1941. In the second letter, Mitchell says, in part, "My trip through the Navy Yard was a heartening affair and, during this past year when I have sometimes heard people talking in depressed fashion of how far behind the enemy America's production is, I have risen up and stated, 'If you could have seen what I saw at Brooklyn you would have no fears for our future victory.
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Margaret Mitchell Annotates Her Gone With The Wind Promo Pamphlet

Margaret Mitchell Annotates Her "Gone With The Wind" Promo Pamphlet

by MITCHELL, Margaret

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Annotated in Margaret Mitchell's hand, Gone With The Wind Stapled promotional pamphlet in soft wraps, 5" x 7.25" with 22 paginated pages. Published by The Macmillan Company, New York, 1936 "created as a compilation in response to a flood of requests from readers all over the country for information about the author and her book." With two areas blacked out by Mitchell and the words "(sprained ankle)" scripted in Mitchell's pen. Vertical fold to pamphlet, faint handling marks to outer wraps. Interior very clean. A neat, succinct pamphlet. A unique piece of Gone with the Wind history. nCome3s with a Centificate of Authenticity. Book #Pv2203. $1950. We specialize in rare Ayn Rand, history and science.
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