Provides date of birth and death, biography, burial location, photo of the author, tombstone image and virtual visitor memorial comments.
Features comprehensive biography, photos and suggested reading materials.
Offers biography, bibliography and additional resources for charter member, Margaret Mitchell.
On June 30, 1986 the U.S. Post Office issued a 1-cent stamp showing Atlanta author and reporter, Margaret Mitchell.
Features photographs and archival exhibits that tell the story of the author of the classic novel, "Gone With The Wind". Includes details of displays, upcoming events, history of the house, photos, hours, ticket prices, membership and directions. Located in Atlanta, Georgia.
All-inclusive biography formatted into seven chapters.
Article highlights her childhood, college years, marriage and life as an author. By Christina Lewis.
Includes brief biography and discussion board.
Lynn Ramsson of Teenreads.com shares her personal interpretation of the author and the book, 'Gone With The Wind'.
Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind, lived in the ground floor Apartment Number 1 from 1925 to 1932 with her husband John Marsh.