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    Margaret Mitchell Typed Letter Signed on her personal imprinted stationery, one page, 7" x 11", Atlanta, Georgia, Feb. 7, 1938. She writes: "I wish sincerely that I could help you out of your predicament and give you a copy of the letter which I wrote to Mrs. Joel Chandler a year or so ago, but I cannot do this as I have no copy of it and, of course, cannot recall word for word what I wrote her. I remember that she wrote me lovely letters and I replied with pleasure and appreciation. Even if I had copies, I do not think we could 'put it over on her' as I have changed typewriters since writing to her. I am so very sorry I cannot help you in this matter. Sincerely, Margaret Mitchell Marsh". Accompanied by the original transmittal envelope; near fine, save the usual mail folds.

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    October, 2008
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
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