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Manuscript materials including novels, short stories, journal articles, drafts, and fragments. The collection also includes outgoing and incoming correspondence, news clippings, scrapbooks, periodicals, books, objects, and assorted ephemera collected by Hemingway. Click on the [+] next to each folder title to expand descriptions of individual documents in each folder.
Images collected by Ernest Hemingway, including those made by his family, friends, and professional photographers, primarily in the form of original photograph prints. Also includes images made or collected by Grace Hall Hemingway and Mary Welsh Hemingway.
Reference copies of papers held by the Museo Ernest Hemingway at the Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Republic of Cuba. Personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, including manuscripts, correspondence, and other materials. Personal papers of Mary Hemingway, journalist and Ernest's fourth wife, including correspondence and other materials.
Documents von Kurowsky's career as a nurse, particularly her service with the Red Cross in World War I, and contains correspondence from the last 20 years of her life regarding her relationship with Ernest Hemingway during World War I.
Consists of materials maintained by Bernice Kert related to her work on The Hemingway Women (1983), including photographs, drafts, articles, research notes, correspondence, recordings, and conference materials.
Papers dating from 1946-1949 and pertaining to "Cuban Fishing" piece by Ernest Hemingway, including manuscript, correspondence, and photographs, as retained by ichthyologist and game fish authority Francesca LaMonte.
Contains photographs, ca. 1947-1948. Color and black-and-white images made by photographer George Leavens of Ernest and Mary Hemingway and others at their home, Finca Vigía, aboard Hemingway's fishing boat Pilar, and in and around Havana, Cuba.
Comprised of documents of significant or enduring value donated to the John F. Kennedy Library archives by individual donors. Includes original documents and photocopies of papers and correspondence of Hemingway’s friends, acquaintances, and circle; movie scripts based on Hemingway's publications; and miscellaneous research material.
Comprised of materials donated to the John F. Kennedy Library archives by multiple donors, including primarily printed material such as adaptations of and work inspired by Hemingway works; auction catalogs; material produced for Hemingway-related conferences, exhibits, and festivals; commemorative stamps; and teaching material.
Comprised mainly of articles referencing Ernest Hemingway, donated to the John F. Kennedy Library archives by multiple donors. Includes articles about Hemingway and his life; literary articles and scholarly analysis of his writings; reviews of Hemingway biographies; transcripts of speeches or recorded interviews of Hemingway researchers; and articles about the Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Library.
Consists of correspondence between Jane Mason and Ernest and Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway, mainly from 1932 to 1938, as well as correspondence between Jane Mason and mutual friends of the Hemingways, other associates, and family members.
Includes childhood letters, diaries, correspondence, academic records, notebooks, financial papers, Navy records including medical files, medical records, manuscripts of Why England Slept and Profiles in Courage, some Boston office House of Representatives files, Presidential doodles, and scrapbooks. Digitized in full.
Documents Halle's work as an author, socialite, and journalist, as well as her friendship Kennedy and Churchill family members. Also covers her role in planning the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy, including correspondence with invited artists such as Ernest Hemingway.
Consists of materials related to Reynolds's study and writings on Ernest Hemingway, including correspondence, drafts, research notes, and audio and video cassettes consisting of interviews with Hemingway family and friends.
Documents Walton's roles as a campaign worker for John F. Kennedy (1960) and Robert F. Kennedy (1964 and 1968); and his tenure as Chairman of the U.S. Commission on Fine Arts and as a Trustee of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Also contains correspondence with the families of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Ernest Hemingway.
Moving image recordings, 1930-1968 (bulk 1960-1964). Amateur "home movie" recordings of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, and other members of the Kennedy family campaigning, on trips, and in candid situations; funeral and memorial events for John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy; amateur films showing Ernest Hemingway camping, fishing and hunting.
Contains multiple oral history interviews about Ernest Hemingway, including interviews of Mary Walsh Hemingway, Hadley Richardson Hemingway Mowrer, William Walton, and Hemingway's acquaintances at the Toronto Star.