Extremely rare and desirable one-page typed letter to a fan on a roughly 7.5 x 10-inch sheet of personal tan stationery, dated 1946 in Atlanta, Georgia, and boldly signed in fountain pen: "Thank you so much for your very kind letter. I'm glad you liked 'Gone With the Wind' enough to write me about it. I am glad you were interested enough to want me to write a sequel to it, but I do not contemplate writing a sequel. To me, the lives of my characters ended on the last page, and your guess is as good as mine as to what happened thereafter. Cordially, Margaret Mitchell Marsh." In near-fine condition, with two mailing folds and three dampness stains along the right edge. Accompanied by the original mailing envelope. Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind was, of course, the basis for one of the beloved 1939 film adaptation of the same name.