Margaret Mitchell and Gone with the Wind
- Gone with the Wind F MIT
- Lost Laysen (by Margaret Mitchell, published posthumously) F MIT
- Rhett Butler's People F MACC
- Scarlett: the Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind F RIP
- Tomorrow is Another Day F KAM
- The Wind Done Gone F RAN
- The Art of Gone with the Wind: the Making of a Legend 791.4309 CAM
- Before Scarlett: Girlhood Writings of Margaret Mitchell 813.52 MIT
- A Celebration of Gone with the Wind 791.4309 TUR
- The Complete Gone with the Wind Sourcebook R 791.43 BAR
- Frankly, My Dear: Gone with the Wind Revisited 791.4372 HAS
- Gone with the Wind: the Three Day Premiere in Atlanta 791.43 BRI
- Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh: the Love Story Behind Gone with the Wind 92 MITCHELL
- Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind Letters,1936-1949 813.52 MIT
- On the Road to Tara: the Making of Gone with the Wind 791.4372 HAR
- Pictorial History of Gone with the Wind 791.437 GAR
- Recasting: Gone with the Wind in Modern Culture 813 RIC
- Road to Tara: the Life of Margaret Mitchell 92 MITCHELL
- Scarlett's Sisters: Young Women in the Old South 305.2422097509304 JAB
- Southern Daughter: the Life of Margaret Mitchell 92 MITCHELL
- Tomorrow is Another Day: the Woman Writer in the South, 1859-1936 813.4 JON
- http://www.margaretmitchellhouse.com/ This museum is operated by the Atlanta History Center, and includes the period apartment where Ms. Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind. Also included in the building is a gift shop and a lecture/event room.
- http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-2566 This link is to an entry about Margaret Mitchell from the New Georgia Encyclopedia, with links to other entries about her family and her famous work, Gone with the Wind.
- http://www.warnervideo.com/gonewiththewind/#/film/ The official site of the feature film Gone with the Wind.
- http://www.mariettaga.gov/gwtw/ The Marietta (GA) Gone with the Wind museum: Scarlett on the Square opened in 2003 and houses many unique items from the movie, where it premiered in 1939.
- http://www.scarlettohardy.com/ The Museum tells the complete story of Gone with the Wind through displays focusing on the novel by Margaret Mitchell, the blockbuster film which premiered in 1939 and the modern day collectibles.
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