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Historian Peter Bonner shares tales of old Jonesboro with author John Wiley at the Road To Tara Museum. Bonner was one of the invited guests at the museum’s opening of a permanent exhibit featuring four portrait roundels used at the 1939 premiere of “Gone With The Wind.” (Staff Photo: Curt Yeomans)

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Road to Tara Museum opens permanent exhibit of portrait roundels from ‘Gone With The Wind’ premiere

Clayton now home to portrait roundels from ‘Gone With The Wind’ premiere

The Road to Tara Museum in Jonesboro is now the permanent home of four portrait roundels of “Gone With The Wind” stars made for the film’s 1939 premiere.


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