Meet the Past Festival at the Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell's modern-day doppelgänger.
Atlanta History Center hosted Meet the Past Festival at the Margaret Mitchell House on Saturday, Aug. 22.  The festival allowed guests to experience the past while encountering Margaret Mitchell as a young reporter, a budding novelist, and a World War II philanthropist. Attendees enjoyed kid-friendly activities, lawn games, live music and Southern food.

Highlights below:

Margaret Mitchell is a World War II philanthropist.

A reading of Tomorrow is Another Day.

Picnicking on the lawn.


The black-eyed pea cakes with peach salsa
 were quite delicious.

Guests exploring the past.

An inspired artist paints ...

A couple enjoying the digital display.

Gift store goodies.

Margaret Mitchell as a budding novelist shares her story.

A young Margaret Mitchell accidentally gave the publisher her only copy
of Gone With the Wind in error.

Crafting Red Cross buttons.

The Red Cross activities table was fun for all ages.

Lawn games.

Lounging on the lawn.

Live music and great food.

Libations.

As a young reporter Margaret Mitchell often work pants and caps.

Margaret Mitchell as young reporter poses for a portrait.
For more information about Atlanta History Center, visit www.atlantahistorycenter.com.

For information about Margaret Mitchell House, visit www.atlantahistorycenter.com/mmh.


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