Ernest Hemingway papers [manuscript], 1925-1966.

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Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961. Ernest Hemingway papers [manuscript], 1925-1966.

Ernest Hemingway papers [manuscript], 1925-1966.

The collection contains manuscripts of essays, poems, and short stories including "The Dangerous Summer"; a clean carbon of "Green Hills of Africa" typed by Jane Armstrong; and galley proofs of "The old man and the sea," "A Farewell to Arms," and "Death in the Afternoon." The collection also contains the manuscript of a dramatization of "The Snows of Kilimanjaro"; the manuscript of Peter Viertel's screenplay of "The Sun also Rises" with Hemingway's extensive autograph corrections, together with the mimeographed first draft and final script; the transcript of an interview with students in Hailey, Idaho; and page proofs of the original version of "Papa Hemingway." In letters to Ernest Walsh and Ethel Moorhead, Hemingway chiefly discusses publication of "The Undefeated" including printing problems with "This Quarter." He also discusses writing "The Sun also Rises," The Fall of Herriot's Government," a "Tyrolean Walking Tour, and mentions Sylvia Beach, H. L. Mencken, Robert McAlmon, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, and the current French and Italian governments. Correspondence with Horace Liveright discusses the publication of "In our time," including the replacement of a censorable story, sales potential and possibility of favorable reviews. Letters also discuss "The torrents of spring" and its satirization of Sherwood Anderson, and mention James Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake," an appearance in an anthology, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Louis Bromfield, and Ralph Barton. Correspondence between Ralph Ingersoll and Joseph Losey discusses a production of "The fifth column." Letters to A. E. Hotchner discuss work for Cosmopolitan magazine, Italy after World War II, fishing, hunting, bull-fighting and travels in Spain, "Across the River and into the Trees," "Old Man and the Sea," Hotchner's adaptations of Hemingway's work for the theater, and the writing of and events and people in "The dangerous summer" including matadors Antonio Ordóñez and Luis Miguel Dominguín. There are comments on Ingrid Bergman, Malcolm Cowley, Robert Flaherty, Joe Di Maggio and baseball, Ava Gardner, John O'Hara, Ted Patrick, Eric Sevareid, Gary Cooper, Valerie Danby-Smith, Alfred Rice, cock-fighting, sailing, the 1948 election, Korean War, Cuban revolution, Peter Buckley's "Bullfight," business arrangements, health and sobriety, and family. Several letters from Mary Hemingway to Hotchner discuss Hemingway's health and writing as well as her own writing. Individual letters mention hunting in Idaho, Leonard Bernstein, the Cuban revolution, bull fighting and "Death in the Afternoon." Letters to Bronisław Zieli*nski discuss shooting in Idaho, royalties to establish a prize in Poland, health, the Cuban Revolution, short story "Cross Roads," love of Spain, translations and Zieli*nski's PEN prize. Correspondence with Jane and Richard Armstrong concerns the typing of "Green Hills of Africa." The letters also mention John and Katy Dos Passos, Max Perkins, requested photographs of Carlos Gutiérrez rigging baits, work on Cuba, H. L. Woodward, and response of old timers in Kenya to "Green Hills." A letter to Peter Viertel, written on safari in Africa with his wife Mary, mentions a hitch as temporary game ranger, surveying elephants and fish, and flying with Roy Marsch. He writes in more detail about looking "after a leopard who killed 10 goats in one night...."; boxing with native "boys"; and learning to hunt with a spear, giving a list of animals killed to date. He also refers to [movie collaboration?] between Faulkner and Hughes, noting "all the stories I know now are barred farom the screen on acct of miscegenation...." Another letter of interest to Philip La Follette describes the development of characters and incidents in "Across the river and into the trees" and relates an incident from the Battle of the Bulge involving Col. Jim Luckett of the 12th Infantry. Correspondence with Barbara A. Cohen discusses the Caedmon Publishers proposal to do a Hemingway recording. Two letters to bookseller Paul Romaine give permission to reprint a poem in "Salmagundi," respond angrily to Romaine's suggestion that he stop writing about the lost generation and bulls and comment on Thornton Wilder, John Dos Passos, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola, Gustave Flaubert and Stendhal. Additional letters discuss James Joyce, life in Paris, discrepancies between views of critics and readers, criticism by Max Eastman, the long time necesary to learn the writer's trade, bullfighters, being struck by lightning, John Hemingway's World War II service, a postcard of his Key West house, and editorial decisions about "Farewell to Arms." He also responds to collectors, and lists the best three books of 1932. People mentioned include Sidney Franklin, Samuel Goldwyn, and Archibald MacLeish. Additional correspondents include Merle Armitage, Campbell Becket, Robert Bridges, Marlene Dietrich, M. E. Gilfond, Herbert Gorman, Gregory H. Hemingway, Patrick Hemingway, Valerie Danby-Smith Hemingway, R. W. Stallman, Frank Stanton, Charles B. Strauss, and Ernest Walsh. The collection contains photographs of Hemingway, Mary Hemingway and bullfights, including nine by by Robert Capa; a photograph with Myrna Loy, William Powell and Luise Ranier taken on a visit to Paramount Pictures; and miscellaneous photographs from magazines. Many of the photographs were taken with Ava Gardner in Spain during the filming of "For whom the bell tolls." The collection also contains contracts; recordings of readings by Hemingway, including interviews by Patrick Hunan; a water-color portrait of Hemingway; and a record album "A portrait in sound of Ernest Hemingway". The collection also contains circa 100 newsclippings about Hemingway and his work collected by Clifton Waller Barrett. The collection also contains an untitled 16 mm motion picture film (silent, in color) of Hemingway in Cuba.

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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....

Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990

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American composer and conductor. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated [n.p.], 10 November 1986, to Joan Peyser; Harry Kraut, Typewritten letters signed (2) on Leonard Bernstein stationery, dated New York, 22 March 1984 and 24 November 1986, to Joan Peyser; Burton Bernstein, Typewritten letter signed, dated New York, 9 September 1986, to Joan Peyser; Joan Peyser: Typewritten letter signed, dated New York, 15 July 1986, to Leonard Bernstein with comments in his hand...