Scarlett and Mammy run into Frank Kennedy after visiting Rhett in the Yankee jail. "Surely it can't be Miss Scarlett! Why, Frank Kennedy! -And Mammy! It sure is good to see home folks. I didn't know you were in Atlanta. Didn't Miss Suellen tell you about my store? Have you a store? It won't be long now before Miss Suellen and I can marry. I'm no millionaire, but I've cleared $ 1000.00 already. I've got to think about buying a home for me and Miss Suellen to set up housekeeping."
6) I was intrigued by his music but knew nothing about his life and career, so I started reading two thick biographies. I thus learned the chronology of his music and the context in which much of it was written. This was only his third album yet the depth and power of the songs are astounding. The first time I heard it, I stopped everything I was doing and just listened.
Hattie Carroll: Murdered by William Zantzinger because she couldn't serve him a drink fast enough. Zantzinger received 6 months in prison for the crime which was the subject of a 1964 Bob Dylan song on the album "The Times They Are A'Changin".