Margaret Mitchell collection, 1936-1990.
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Ernest Rogers, author and journalist, was born 27 October 1897, in Atlanta, Georgia, and died on 9 October 1967. Disabled by polio from age two, he attended Emory University (B.S., 1920), and was the founder and first editor of the EMORY WHEEL. After graduation, he worked at the Atlanta JOURNAL as a copy editor, arts critic, reporter, and finally features writer (1920-1962). He was also a pioneer radio broadcaster with WSB radio (1922- ). In addition to musical compositions, he was the author of...
Emily Barnelia Woodward, author, educator, journalist, and publisher, was born 2 May 1885, in Vienna, Georgia, and died there 23 March 1970. She was owner (1916), editor and publisher (1918-1930) of the VIENNA (Georgia) NEWS, while contributing articles to other newspapers and magazines; was president of the Georgia Press Association (1928), founder of the Georgia Press Institute (1928) and the Leadership Training Institute (1947, University of Georgia); directed various organizations for Forums...
Ralph McGill, as editor and publisher of the Atlanta Constitution, was a leading voince for racial and ethnic tolerance in the South from the 1940s through the 1960s. As an influential daily columnist, he broke the code of silence on the subject of segregation, chastising a generation of demagogues, timid journalists, and ministers who feared change. When the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed segregated schools in 1954 and southern demagogues led defiance of the court, segregationists vilified McGill ...
Stephens Mitchell (1896-1983), lawyer and brother of Margaret Mitchell, resided in Atlanta, Georgia. From the description of Stephens Mitchell family papers, [ca. 1903-1974]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38476801 ...
Olivia Mary de Havilland (b. July 1, 1916, Tokyo, Japan), American actress, best known for her role as Melanie Hamilton Wilkes in Gone With the Wind. From the description of De Havilland, Olivia, 1916- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10569120 Motion picture actress. From the description of Olivia de Havilland oral history interview : Tape and transcript, 1977 October 6 [sound recording] / conducted by James V. D'Arc. (Unknown). WorldCat...
Julian LaRose Harris, journalist and editor, son of author Joel Chandler Harris, was born in Savannah, Georgia, 21 June 1974, and died in Atlanta, Georgia, 9 February 1963. He married Julia Florida Collier (1875-1967), an artist and writer, in 1897 and they wrote for and edited several newspapers in the South and elsewhere. Julian Harris was associated with the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION (1892-1907 and 1930-1935) and the CHATTANOOGA TIMES; he edited the UNCLE REMUS HOME MAGAZINE (1907-1912) and the Co...
Composer and lyricist Harold Rome was born in Hartford, Conn. on May 27, 1908. He came to prominence in 1937 with his revue Pins and Needles; his 1962 musical I Can Get it for your Wholesale provided the Broadway debut of Barbra Streisand. Both of these shows are represented in the Library's Rome Collection. He died in New York on Oct. 26, 1993. From the description of Harold Rome collection, 1937-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71129959 Harold Rome, composer and author...
Margaret Mitchell (b. November 8, 1900, Atlanta, Georgia-d. August 16, 1949, Atlanta, Georgia), the daughter of Eugene M. Mitchell, was a prominent attorney. Her mother, Maybelle Stephens Mitchell, was active in the women's suffrage movement. Margaret Mitchell attended Atlanta public schools, graduated from Washington Seminary in Atlanta, and attended Smith College for one year before leaving college upon the death of her mother. She married John Marsh on July 4, 1925. Her only novel, Gone With ...
Athos Rodolfo Giorgio Alessandro Menaboni, a scientific ornithological painter, was born 20 October 1895 in Livorno, Italy, and died 18 July 1990 in Atlanta, Georgia. Menaboni, often hailed as a second Audubon, came to the United States (1920) first settling in New York, then Florida, and finally Atlanta where he did decorative painting for the Swan House, a major project of architect Philip Shutze. An exhibition of his work in New York (1940) lead to a commission by Robert Woodruff to paint bir...
Thomas H. English was a member of the Princeton Class of 1918 who later went on to become a professor of english at Emory University. While a student at Princeton he developed a lifelong friendship with Department of English professor Morris W. Croll, a renowned literary scholar. From the description of Thomas H. English papers relating to Morris H. Croll, 1917-1965. (Peking University Library). WorldCat record id: 76954854 Thomas Hopkins English, educator, author, and edito...