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1 Title:   Stanley W. Lindberg papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Lindberg, Stan  
  Dates:   1950-2000  
This collection consists of the papers of Dr. Stanley W. Lindberg, the longtime editor of The Georgia Review. His correspondence with many well-known authors such Robert Penn Warren and Pat Conroy is found in the collection. In addition, there are documents related to the "Roots in Georgia" Literary Symposium of 1985. Materials associated with the 1996 Atlanta Olympics such as those concerning the Cultural Olympiad. Many of Lindberg's writings and speeches are here including those on the subjects of the McGuffey Eclectic Readers and U.S. copyright issues. Documents from his work before 1977 include materials from Lindberg's research toward his University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. dissertation on the subject of Samuel Johnson. There are also items from Lindberg's time as an editor with the Ohio Review.
  Identifier:   ms3204  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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2 Title:   Gone with the Wind literary estate papers  Requires cookie*
  Creator:   Hargrett Library  
  Dates:   1910-1988  
The collection consists of the literary estate papers from two filing cabinets of the offices of the Gone with the Wind Literary Rights, arranged and labeled as they were. One cabinet contained papers dealing with the foreign translations of the book, a Japanese musical production of Gone with the wind, plagiarism accusations from Susan Lawrence Davis, David Selznick musical rights, local museums and Margaret Mitchell namesakes, and fan mail. The 2nd cabinet dealt mainly with a Stephens Mitchell lawsuit against Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer over sequel rights and includes court documents and correspondence. There are also papers relating to his lawsuit against Showcase Atlanta for a stage production titled "Scarlett Fever." Also included are printed material, phonograph records, videotapes, and cassette tapes. Of special interest are letters from Gone With the Wind movie actors, post-World War II letters from translators of Gone With the Wind in France and Czechoslovakia, a journal of Wilbur Kurtz written while he was advisor for the filming of the movie, and gossipy letters to Margaret Mitchell from his wife Annie Laurie Kurtz as she watched the filming.
  Identifier:   ms3366  
  Repository:   Hargrett Library  
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