"Gone with the Wind" Celebrated through Art
Margaret Mitchell House & Museum proudly celebrate 70 years of history with this high quality art print by YourMemoryLane.com. The perfect addition for any collection or as a gift for the enthusiast.
The house is a Landmark. The book is a masterpiece. The movie made legends. They are all part of the "Gone with the Wind" art print by YourMemoryLane.com. Follow the history of Gone with the Wind from its creation at Margaret and John Marsh's apartment on Crescent Street through the book's publication, production of the movie, and culminating at Margaret's final resting place at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta. The Margaret Mitchell House & Museum staff worked with YourMemoryLane.com to create a high quality product that provides collectors with a chronological representation of the people, places, moments and events that speak to each Gone with the Wind fan.
This print is temporarily not available for purchase online.
Please contact Cully McLean at 866-795-5001 to check availability and to order by phone.
This museum quality Gone With the Wind print is available only from the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum Gift Shop or from Your Memory Lane.
|The book "Gone with the Wind" was written by Margaret Mitchell over a 10- year period while she and her husband lived at what was known as the Crescent Apartments on Peachtree St. in Atlanta. This building was destroyed by fire twice, and after renovation, now houses the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum. The book was published by Macmillan Publishing in 1936.||During the premier of the movie in Atlanta, all the Hollywood guests stayed at the Georgian Terrace Hotel. Unfortunately, because of her race, Hattie McDaniel was not allowed to attend. Therefore she had the class to notify planners that she was "unavailable". Clark Gable attended with Carol Lombard along with Olivia De Havilland. The film won a record 10 Oscars that year.||Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer Prize, Remington typewriter and her Red Cross cap are displayed at the Atlanta Fulton County Library which was designed by her father. The movie opened in Atlanta at Loew's Grand Theater on December 15, 1939 and was broadcast for the first time on NBC on November 8, 1976 to the largest TV audience at that time.||Upon her untimely death after being involved in an accident with an off duty taxi driver, Margaret Mitchell was laid to rest in Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery. We have placed the names of those other legends of the movie along side her. The cemetery is placed next to the representation of Tara which was original called "Fontenoy Hall".|
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Unframed Gone With The Wind prints are $180.00 and framed prints are $250.00
Price includes shipping (Continental U.S.A.)
All prints are double-matted (white/aqua), include mounting board, and measure 11" X 25".
Framed art prints include black wood frame, hanging hardware, and dust cover, and measure 14" X 28".