Papers: 1873-1993 (inclusive), 1899-1961 (bulk).

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Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961. Papers: 1873-1993 (inclusive), 1899-1961 (bulk).

Papers: 1873-1993 (inclusive), 1899-1961 (bulk).

The collection includes literary manuscripts, correspondence, personal papers, books, periodicals, artifacts, and ephemera. Over 90% of extant Hemingway literary manuscripts are contained in this collection. Correspondence includes letters to and from family members, friends, and business associates (largely publishers, lawyers, and agents). Correspondents include many important mid-twentieth century writers and intellectuals. Many of the books and periodicals include Hemingway's own annotations. The Hemingway Collection also contains over 10,000 photographs of Hemingway, his family and friends, as well as various subjects of interest to Hemingway: Paris, Spain, Key West, bullfighting, hunting, Cuba, and Fishing. Artifacts include personal possesions and art objects, among these a number of paintings. Correspondents include: Jay Allen, Sherwood Anderson, George Antheil, Louis Aragon, Carlos Baker, Sylvia Beach, Bernard Berenson, William Bird, Baron Bror von Blixen-Finecke, John R. Bone, Harry Brague, Harvey Breit, T. Otto Bruce, Harry Burton, Alexander Calder, Erskine Caldwell, Morley Callaghan, Gregory Clark, Gary Cooper, Malcolm Cowley, Caresse Crosby, Harry Crosby, Rollin Dart, Marlene Dietrich, Eric Dorman-Smith, John Dos Passos, Clifton Fadiman, James Thomas Farrell, William Faulkner, Charles A. Fenton, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ford Madox Ford, Carol Hemingway Gardner, Antonio Gattorno, Arnold Gingrich, Zane Grey, John Gunther, Leland Hayward, Nancy Hayward, Lillian Hellman, Anson T. Hemingway, Clarence E. Hemingway, Grace Hall Hemingway, Henrietta Hemingway, Leicester Hemingway, Mary Welsh Hemingway, Pauline Hemingway, Josephine Herbst, Guy Hickock, William D. Horne, A.E. Hotchner, Adriana Ivancich, Gianfranco Ivancich, Joris Ivens, Ursula Hemingway Jepson, Eugène Jolas, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Charles Trueman Lanham, Helen Lerner, Michael Lerner, Sinclair Lewis, Wyndham Lewis, Harold Loeb, Joseph Losey, William Lowe, and Leonard Lyons. Correspondents also include: Archibald Macleish, Andrʹe Malraux, Robert Manning, Jane Mason, Andrʹe Masson, Robert McAlmon, Henry Louis Mencken, Madelaine Hemingway Miller, Joan Mirʹo, Hadley Hemingway Mowrer, Gerald Murphy, Sara Murphy, Morris McNeil Musselman, Joseph North, Sterling North, Antonio Ordʹoñez Araujo, Dorothy Parker, Waldo Peirce, Philip H. Percival, Maxwell Evarts Perkins, Gustavus Pfeiffer, Mary A. Pfeiffer, Paul M. Pfeiffer, Virginia Pfeiffer, George Plimpton, Ezra Pound, Junito Quintana, Luis Quintanilla, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Quentin James Reynolds, Charles Ritz, Edwin Rolfe, Eleanor Roosevelt, Harold Ross, Lillian Ross, and Robert Chester Ruark. Correspondents also include: Jerome David Salinger, Lee Samuels, Arnold Samuelson, Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, H.J.J. Sargint, William Saroyan, Charles Scribner, Jr., Charles Scribner, Sr., George Seldes, Evan Shipman, William B. Smith, Maurice Speiser, Stephen Spender, Lincoln Steffens, Gertrude Stein, Donald Stewart, Henry Strater, Virgil Thomson, Gene Tunney, Louis Untermeyer, Peter Viertel, Agnes Von Kurowsky, William Walton, Glenway Wescott, John Neville Wheeler, Thornton Wilder, William Carlos Williams, Edmund Wilson, Ella Winter, Walter Winchell, Owen Wister, Philip Young, Lester Ziffren, Fred Zinneman, Charles Scribner's Sons, Curtis Brown Publishing Company, Jonathan Cape, Ltd., and Time-Life Books.

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Herbst, Josephine, 1892-1969

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Josephine Herbst (1892-1969) was an American writer and journalist. She was considered to be a radical writer, with communist leanings. Herbst's published works include Nothing is Sacred (1928); Money for Love (1929); the Trexler trilogy: Pity is Not Enough (1933), The Executioner Waits (1934), and Rope of Gold (1939); Satan's Sergeants (1941), Somewhere the Tempest Fell (1947), and New Green World (1954). Herbst was born in Sioux City, Iowa, on March 5, 1897 and died of cancer in New York City ...

Wister, Owen, 1860-1938)

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Born in Pennsylvania, raised in South Carolina, and educated at Harvard, Owen Wister travelled in the Western U.S. as a young man. Although he returned to the East and Harvard law school, he acted upon a friend's suggestion and began writing thrilling Western stories for Harper's. His well-researched stories, particularly The Virginian, helped establish the Western stereotypes that have become inculcated in the American psyche. From the description of Owen Wister letter to Charles W....

Charles Scribner's Sons.

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Charles Scribner, 1821-1871, was a partner in the publishing firm of Baker & Scribner, 1846-1871, and carried on alone after Baker's death in 1850. He formed Scribner & Welford in 1857. Charles Scribner's Sons was established in 1870, the same year SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY began. His son Charles, 1854-1930, became president in 1875. He began SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE in 1887. It ceased publication in 1930. His son Charles, 1890-1952, became president in 1932. From the description of Char...

Hemingway, Leicester, 1915-1982

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American author, brother of Ernest Hemingway. From the description of Leicester Hemingway New Atlantis Collection, 1964-1966. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122589970 Leicester C. Hemingway, only brother to the great American novelist Ernest Hemingway, was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on April 1, 1915. Like Ernest, Leicester was a writer, world traveler, and avid outdoorsman. He worked as a news...

Rolfe, Edwin, 1909-1954

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Edwin Rolfe, born Solomon Fishman, was a journalist, author, and Communist Party activist. During the 1930s he was employed by the "Daily Worker." In the spring of 1937, he joined the International Brigades. Once in Spain, he was assigned to edit the "Volunteer for Liberty," the English-language magazine of the volunteers, in Madrid until joining the troops in the field in the spring of 1938. From the description of Edwin Rolfe photograph collection [graphic]. ca. 1937. (New York Uni...

Ivens, Joris, 1898-1989

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Reynolds, Quentin James, 1902-1965

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Losey, Joseph

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Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-1989

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American editor and writer. From the description of Letter to Matthew Bruccoli [manuscript], 1975 December 30. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812058 From the description of Papers of Malcolm Cowley [manuscript], 1969. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647810601 From the description of Papers of Malcolm Cowley [manuscript], 1936-1955. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647874698 Malcolm Cowley was an influential liter...

Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan, 1896-1953

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Virginia Taylor McCormick (1873-1957), of Norfolk, Virginia was a poet, literary critic, essayist, lecturer, and the editor of The Lyric, 1921-1929. From the guide to the Virginia Taylor McCormick Papers, 1887-1953., (Special Collections, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary) In 1931, Scribner published two of Rawlings' short stories, Jacob's ladder and Cracker chidlins, both describing poor, backcountry Florida. Some of Rawlings' neighbors were angered by wh...

Ivancich, Adriana

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Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1894-1980

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American dramatist, humorist, screenwriter. From the description of Letter to Ivan Somerville, [1922] December 24. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 53284516 Donald Ogden Stewart, American playwright, humorist, screenwriter, and political activist, was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 30, 1894 to Gilbert Holland and Clara Landon Ogden Stewart. Stewart attended Philip Exeter Academy (1909-1912) and Yale University (1912-1916), where he was a member ...

Dietrich, Marlene, 1901-1992

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Marlene Dietrich (b. December 27, 1901, Berlin, Germany–d. May 6, 1992, Paris, France) was a German actress and singer. Throughout her long career, spanning from the 1910s to the 1980s, she maintained popularity by continually reinventing herself. In 1920s Berlin, Dietrich acted on the stage and in silent films. Dietrich starred in Hollywood films such as Morocco (1930), Shanghai Express (1932), and Desire (1936). Throughout World War II, she was a high-profile entertainer in the United St...

Spender, Stephen, 1909-1995

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Stephen Spender was a British essayist, literary critic, playwright, poet, and translator. From the description of Stephen Spender collection of papers, [1931]-1993 bulk ([1931]-1967). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122430876 From the guide to the Stephen Spender collection of papers, 1928]-1993, 1931-1967, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) Stephen Spender was an English poet and...

Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936

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American journalist. From the description of Letter, 1931 July 5, Carmel, Calif., to Perry Walton, Boston. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 184904650 American journalist & editor. From the description of Papers of Lincoln Steffens [manuscript], ca. 1910. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647817346 Discussion of the corruption in the city at the turn of the twentieth century. From the description of Pittsburgh: a city as...

Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940

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F. Scott Fitzgerald was born Sept. 24, 1896 in St. Paul Minnesota. He began writing while a student at Princeton University. He met his wife, Zelda, while serving in the US Army stationed in Alabama. His novel, This Side of Paradise, was published in 1920 and he became an instant success. He published he Great Gatsby in 1925. Fitzgerald died on December 21, 1940 of a heart attack at age 44 while living in Los Angeles and working for the film industry....

Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941

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Author, newspaper editor. From the description of Letter to Maurice Hanline, n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 56349777 American novelist, short-story writer, poet, and journalist. From the guide to the Sherwood Anderson miscellany, 1981, undated, (The New York Public Library. New York Public Library Archives.) Author. From the description of Death in the woods : annotated short story, circa 1933. (Unknown). WorldCat record i...

Blixen-Finecke, Bror, baron von, 1886-1946

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McAlmon, Robert, 1896-1956

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Robert McAlmon (1896-1956), American author who founded Contact Editions in Paris in 1922 and published many of the most important expatriate authors of the 1920s. His own works included the story collection Distinguished Air and the novel Village. After leaving Paris in 1929, he published little, though his memoir, Being Geniuses Together, appeared in England in 1938. He died of tuberculosis in Hot Springs, California in 1956. From the description of Robert McAlmon papers, 1916-1980...

Antheil, George, 1900-1959

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George Antheil, 1900-1959, composer of ultramodern music in the 1920's, prominent in the Parisian literary and artistic avant-garde of the period; subsequently composer of film scores in Hollywood as well as orchestral works and ballets; after 1939 composing in a more traditional style. From the description of George Antheil papers, 1919-1959. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 460879070 Composer. From the description of An explana...

Lanham, C. T. (Charles Trueman), 1902-

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Burton, Harry, 1879-1940

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Untermeyer, Louis, 1885-1977

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Louis Untermeyer was a noted author, editor, and translator. His tastes were eclectic, and his friendships many; he produced more than one hundred books, and volumes of letters. His numerous poetry anthologies have helped introduce verse to generations of schoolchildren. From the description of Heinrich Heine, paradox and poet, 1936. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 56550722 From the description of Louis Untermeyer letter to Judith Wright McKinn...

Saroyan, William, 1908-1981

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Frances Ring was Editor at WESTWAYS in Los Angeles. From the description of Letters (and manuscripts and photos) to Frances Ring, 1970-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863419 Goldie Weisberg was a fellow writer whose work Saroyan had discovered in a literary magzine. Saroyan initiated the correspondence, which focuses on their respective reading, writing, and work lives. From the description of Correspondence with Goldie Weisberg, 1930-1938. (Unknown). Wor...

Manning, Robert, 1919-

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Robert Manning, a career journalist, was Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs 1962-1964, and editor-in-chief of the Atlantic Monthly 1966-1980. From the description of Robert Manning papers, 1938-1993. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612205516 The journalist Robert Manning (1919- ) began his career on the Binghamton (N.Y.) Press ; then after military service was a correspondent for the United Press (1944-1949), and Time magazine (1948-1958)....

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963

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This collection covers the years of William Carlos Williams's medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania, a year of service at a New York City hospital, a semester of medical study in Leipzig, and the period when he was setting up his medical practice and courting his future wife, Florence Herman, in his home town of Rutherford, N.J. During this time, his younger brother Edgar went from engineering and architectural studies at M.I.T. to further study of architecture at the American Academ...

Perkins, Maxwell E. (Maxwell Evarts), 1884-1947

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Editor at and vice-president of Charles Scribner's Sons. From the description of Correspondence to Maxwell Struthers Burt, 1938-1943. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122629156 Maxwell Evarts Perkins was one of the most importnat editors in American literary history. Belinda Dobson Jelliffe, born in Asheville, N.C., became a friend of Thomas Wolfe in 1933. In 1935, Charles Scriber's Sons published her only book, a semi-autobiographical work titled Fo...

Lewis, Wyndham, 1882-1957

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Wyndham Lewis was an artist, novelist, and critic, who was born in Canada but lived for many years in England. He was a leader of the Vorticist movement. From the guide to the Wyndham Lewis collection, 1877-1975, (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) English author and painter. From the description of Letters, 1921-1934. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233126882 Author and artist Wyndham Lewis was b...

Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939

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English novelist and influential editor of literary journals; also biographer, art critic, and poet. Born Ford Madox Hueffer; changed last name to Ford in 1919. From the description of W.H. Hudson : some reminiscences / by Ford Madox Hueffer, 1920s? (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 228079051 From the description of The saddest story, 1915? (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 228079018 From the description of Ford Madox Ford diary, 1938...

Time-Life books

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Ruark, Robert Chester, 1915-1965

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Journalist and novelist. From the description of Papers 1962. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36437709 Born in Wilmington, N.C.; received his A.B. from the University of North Carolina, 1935, and became a journalist, author, world traveler, sportsman, and syndicated columnist, eventually residing in London, England, and Palamos, Spain. From the description of Robert Chester Ruark papers, 1942-1965 (bulk 1942-1945). WorldCat record id: 26320033 ...

Miró, Joan, 1893-1983

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Spanish painter. From the description of Autograph letters signed (2) : Mallorca, to John Rewald, 1971 Dec. 26 and 1972 Oct. 22. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270871537 French painter. From the description of Aidez l'Espagne (poster), 1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83814624 ...

Breit, Harvey.

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Thomson, Virgil

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The hymn is How Firm a Foundation, words and music commonly ascribed to Robert Keene. The melody is also called Geard. Also quoted Yes, Jesus Loves Me and For He's A Jolly Good Fellow. Composed 1926-28. First performance New York, 22 February 1945, New York Philharmonic, the composer conducting.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Symphony on a hymn tune / Virgil Thomson. [19--] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 56078995 Composer. ...

Loeb, Harold, 1891-1974

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Ex-patriot American writer living in Paris in the 1920's. Founded a small magazine, Broom. A friend of Ernest Hemmingway until a quarrel over Lady Duff Twysden ended in blows, Loeb wrote both these essays in an attempt to refute the thinly veiled portrait Hemmingway had portrayed of him in THE SUN ALSO RISES. From the description of Essays, ca. 1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122546437 ...