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Caroline Arnett (1903–1979)

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Includes the names: Lynn Avery, Lynn Avery, Anne Lattin, Nancy Dudley

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When Lois Dwight Cole moved to Atlanta from 1927 to 1930, she met Peggy Mitchell Marsh (who became better known by her pen-name Margaret Mitchell), and they became life-long friends. Peggy introduced her to Turney Allan Taylor, a bachelor journalist, who later became Cole's husband.
She played an intregal part in bringing Gone With the Wind to publication by Macmillan Publishing.
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