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Ernest Hemingway Collection

Abstract

Title:
Ernest Hemingway Collection
Author/Creator:
Hemingway, Ernest
Collection number:
74-28
Size:
29.25 linear feet
Bulk dates:
1930-1965
Inclusive dates:
1916-1977
Collection Area:
Literature and Rare Books
Repository:
Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, Hornbake Library, College Park, MD 20742. Tel: 301-405-9212, Fax: 301-314-2709, Email: askhornbake@umd.edu
Abstract:

The Ernest Hemingway Collection was purchased in the early 1970s from C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., and various other sources. C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr. (1925-2001), a marketing executive, began amassing a Hemingway collection in the 1960s. In the 1970s, Clark sold the bulk of his Hemingway collection to the University of Maryland. The Ernest Hemingway Collection contains serials, correspondence, manuscripts, scripts, proofs, and clippings. A large portion of the collection consists of serials that include stories and nonfiction written by and about Hemingway. It also includes some original correspondence to and from Hemingway. In addition, there are manuscripts and proofs of Hemingway's work and biographies of Hemingway. This collection also includes press releases, posters and other materials relating to movie adaptations of Hemingway's works. The collection spans the period from 1916 to 1977, with the majority of the materials falling between 1922 and 1961.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

This collection is open for research.

Preferred citation:

Ernest Hemingway Collection, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/4586
Publication rights:

Photocopies of original materials may be provided for a fee and at the discretion of the curator. Please see our Duplication of Materials policy for more information. Queries regarding publication rights and copyright status of materials within this collection should be directed to the appropriate curator.

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961), was a novelist, short-story writer, and journalist. He was born in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, the second child of Clarence Edmonds Hemingway, a doctor, and Grace Hall Hemingway. He attended the local public school and began to write in high school, submitting stories to the school newspaper, Tabula. His summers were spent with his family hunting, fishing, and camping in the woods around Walloon Lake in northern Michigan. On graduation from high school in 1917 and impatient for more excitement, he did not enter college as reported in the school yearbook, Senior Tabula, but went to Kansas City, where he was employed as a cub reporter for the Kansas City Star. He was rejected for military service because of poor vision, but he still managed to enter World War I as an ambulance driver for the American Red Cross. On July 8, 1918, just shy of turning nineteen years old, he was injured by an explosion on the Austro-Italian front at Fossalta di Piave. While recovering at a hospital in Milan, he fell in love with a Red Cross nurse, Agnes von Kurowsky, whom he asked to marry him. She declined the offer. These were experiences he was never to forget.

Hemingway returned home to recuperate and continue writing. For a while he worked at odd jobs in Chicago including as staff writer of the Toronto Star. On September 3, 1921, Hemingway married Hadley Richardson and soon afterwards they moved to France where Hemingway worked as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star. Splitting their time between Paris and Toronto, it was in the latter city that the first of his three sons, John, was born on October 10, 1923. While in Paris he met other American writers, in particular F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, and Ezra Pound, who all encouraged his writing. He began to see his non-journalistic work appear in print there, and in 1924 his first book, In Our Time, a collection of stories, was published in Paris and subsequently released in New York City in 1925. 1926 saw the publication of The Sun Also Rises, a novel about a group of expatriates in France and Spain, members of the postwar "Lost Generation." Hemingway and Hadley Richardson divorced in 1927, and he soon married Pauline Pfeiffer, a devout Roman Catholic from Piggott, Arkansas. Pfeiffer was an occasional fashion reporter, publishing in magazines such as Vanity Fair and Vogue. It was at this time that Hemingway converted to Catholicism.

The writing of books occupied Hemingway for most of the postwar years, but he traveled widely for the skiing, bullfighting, fishing, and hunting that by then had become part of his life and formed the background for much of his writing. He demonstrated his mastery of short fiction with Men without Women, published in 1927, and further enhanced it with the stories in Winner Take Nothing in 1933. In 1928, Pauline gave birth to Hemingway's second son Patrick, and they moved to Key West, Florida, to begin their life together. However, shortly afterward, their life was disturbed by the suicide of Hemingway's father, Clarence.

The novel A Farewell to Arms was published in 1929. Recalling Hemingway's experiences as a young soldier in Italy, the novel combines a love story with a war story. Hemingway's third son Gregory was born in 1931. That same year the Hemingways purchased a home in Key West, where he wrote the majority of his later novels.

Hemingway's love of Spain and his passion for bullfighting produced Death in the Afternoon in 1932. The Green Hills of Africa, written in 1935, resulted from a safari he took in the fall of 1933 to the big-game regions of Kenya and Tanzania. In 1937, he published a minor novel, To Have and Have Not, about a Caribbean desperado, set in Key West during the Great Depression.

In 1937, Hemingway made four trips to Spain, once more as a correspondent for the North American Newspaper Alliance, to report on the civil war. He raised money for the Republicans in their struggle against the Nationalists under General Francisco Franco, and he wrote a play called The Fifth Column (1938), which is set in a besieged Madrid. Hemingway divorced Pauline in 1940. A few weeks after the divorce, he married Collier's war correspondent Martha Gellhorn. That same year he published the novel For Whom the Bell Tolls, which tells the story of an American volunteer fighting for the Republicans in Spain. After the completion of the novel, he and Martha travelled to cover another war, the Japanese invasion of China.

All of his life, Hemingway was fascinated by war, and, as World War II progressed, he made his way to London as a journalist. He flew several missions with the Royal Air Force and crossed the English Channel with American troops on D-Day (June 6, 1944). Attaching himself to the 22nd Regiment of the 4th Infantry Division, he saw a good deal of action in Normandy and in the Battle of the Bulge. He also participated in the liberation of Paris although he was ostensibly a journalist. Following the war in Europe and newly divorced from Gellhorn, Hemingway married Mary Welsh, who had covered World War II with distinction for Time and Life. The couple settled at Finca Vigía ("Lookout Farm"), Hemingway's estate outside Havana, Cuba, and Hemingway began writing seriously again. Across the River and into the Trees, released in 1950, was not a critical success, but Hemingway was soon to receive the Pulitzer Prize in fiction in 1953 for The Old Man and the Sea, a short novel about an old Cuban fisherman, published in 1952. This book played a role in gaining Hemingway the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954.

He continued to travel widely, and, on a trip to Africa in 1954, he was so badly injured in two successive plane crashes that some American newspapers mistakenly published his obituary, believing he had been killed. By 1960, Fidel Castro's revolution had driven most Americans from Cuba. Hemingway, who remained cordial with Castro, moved to Ketchum, Idaho, intending to return to Cuba and continue to work as before. While in Idaho he worked on both The Dangerous Summer and A Moveable Feast. Poor health and depression resulted in two hospitalizations at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where he received electroshock treatments. These treatments proved ineffective, and after his return to the house in Ketchum in the summer of 1961, he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Hemingway left behind a substantial number of manuscripts, many of which were retrieved by Mary Hemingway from their home in Cuba. Some of these have been published posthumously. A Moveable Feast was issued in 1964. Islands in the Stream, three closely related novellas, appeared in 1970.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The contents of the Ernest Hemingway Collection date from 1916 to 1977 and include materials that Hemingway created during his lifetime (1899-1961), materials about his life and his writings, and the creative output of others that was inspired by Hemingway. The materials include correspondence; manuscripts and drafts of published Hemingway literary works; serial publications with works by Hemingway; serial publications with works about Hemingway, both as a writer and as an individual; some personal effects; newspaper and magazine clippings; drafts of Hemingway biographies; manuscripts written by other individuals; publicity and scripts for the movies based on his novels; audio recordings; ephemera; artwork; and photographs.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

This collection was created though numerous purchases by the University of Maryland Libraries in the early 1970s. The bulk of the collection was acquired from C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., circa 1974. C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr. (1925-2001), a marketing executive, was the leading collector of Nathaniel Hawthorne materials. Clark was born in Detroit to C. E. Frazer Clark, Sr., an educator, and Lucy Huffman Clark. During World War II, he served in the 87th Infantry Division and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. After returning from service, Clark did his undergraduate work at Kenyon College and earned his M. A. in English at Wayne State University in 1956. Clark wrote his master's thesis on "Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Artist, A Self-Portrait." In 1962, Clark co-founded Bruccoli Clark Publishing with Matthew J. Bruccoli. The company was to become Bruccoli Clark Layman (BCL) with the addition of Richard Layman in 1983. The firm produced reference works in literary and social history and published limited editions of literary works. By the late 1960s, Hawthorne material was becoming more scarce, and there was little left for Clark to acquire; therefore, he shifted his attention to Ernest Hemingway because it was still possible to purchase major Hemingway material. After several years collecting Hemingway, Clark sold the bulk of his collection to the University of Maryland in order to resume his work on Nathanial Hawthorne. In 1974, Clark co-founded, with David B. Kesterson, the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society. He wrote the standard Hawthorne bibliography, Nathaniel Hawthorne: A Descriptive Bibliography, published in 1978.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Processed by Lara D'Agaro, October 2008. Revised by Ruth M. Alvarez, August 2011.

Processing note:

Paper clips, staples, and rubber bands were removed from the collection. When necessary, folded paper was flattened. Fragile documents were placed in mylar sleeves to prevent damage from handling. Some brittle newspaper clippings were photocopied and placed with the originals, but those clippings that were in particularly poor condition were removed from the collection. Duplicate clippings and serials were discarded. (A list of items removed from the collection is available.) Oversized serial publications were placed into appropriately sized boxes. This is noted next to the folder description and an empty folder with a reference to the oversize box number was placed in the correct order within the series. Items in this collection were purchased individually or in groups over the course of a period of years. The collection was assembled from three separate accessions as well as from two other collections. If there ever had been an order imposed upon them before purchase, it could not be determined. The final arrangement of the collection was created during processing.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Lara D'Agaro, January 2009

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Correspondence, 1918-1970 and undated (0.25 linear feet)

This series contains letters written and received by Ernest Hemingway. It also includes correspondence relating to him written by Carlos Baker, Oscar Collier, Patsy English, Ralph Graves, Will Lang, William C. Pank, Susan Richman, Edward K. Thompson, and two of his wives (Pauline Pfeiffer and Mary Welsh). All letters written by Hemingway are original with the exception of two letters to Mr. Longwell and one letter to Bill Lang, which are carbon copies. The two largest groupings of correspondence include those exchanged between Hemingway and Arthur Mizener (with Hemingway's opinion of F. Scott Fitzgerald) and Hemingway's letters to editor Edward O'Brien, in which he discusses his stories. The series is arranged alphabetically by author; Hemingway's correspondence is further arranged alphabetically by recipient's name. There is an appendix of the individual letters.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Baker, Carlos -- Clark, C.E. Frazer, Jr., 1970 series 1box 1folder 1
Collier, Oscar -- Bradley, Van Allen , 1966 series 1box 1folder 2
English, Patsy -- Bradley, Van Allen , 1954 series 1box 1folder 3
[Graves], Ralph -- [Thompson], Edward K., undated series 1box 1folder 4
Hemingway, Ernest -- La Casa Belga, undated series 1box 1folder 5
Hemingway, Ernest -- Hemingway, Dr. and Mrs. C.E, 1918 series 1box 1folder 6
Hemingway, Ernest -- Jamar, Mrs., 1929 series 1box 1folder 7
Hemingway, Ernest -- Kiley, Jed, 1954 series 1box 1folder 8
Hemingway, Ernest -- Lang, Bill, 1960 series 1box 1folder 9
Hemingway, Ernest -- Lang, Monique, 1959-1960 and undated series 1box 1folder 10
Hemingway, Ernest -- Longwell, Mr., 1952 series 1box 1folder 11
Hemingway, Ernest -- Manning, Father D., undated series 1box 1folder 12
Hemingway, Ernest -- Milburn, George, 1952 series 1box 1folder 13
Hemingway, Ernest -- Mizener, Arthur, 1949-1951 series 1box 1folder 14
Hemingway, Ernest -- "Negro", 1960 series 1box 1folder 15
Hemingway, Ernest -- "NLT Madug NY", 1938 series 1box 1folder 16
Hemingway, Ernest -- O'Brien, Edward, 1923-1927 and undated series 1box 1folder 17
Hemingway, Ernest -- Perkins, Maxwell, [1933] series 1box 1folder 18
Hemingway, Ernest -- Phillips, Jackson, 1956 series 1box 1folder 19
Hemingway, Ernest -- Poore, Charlie, 1953 series 1box 1folder 20
Hemingway, Ernest -- Robinson, Mr., 1957 series 1box 1folder 21
Hemingway, Ernest -- Root, Mr., [192?] series 1box 1folder 22
Hemingway, Ernest -- [Sampson], Ruth, [1918] series 1box 1folder 23
Hemingway, Ernest -- Thompson, Edward K., to/from, 1959-1960 series 1box 1folder 24
Hemingway, Mary -- Thompson, Edward K., 1962 series 1box 1folder 25
Hemingway, Pauline -- Mackey, John H. , 1937 series 1box 1folder 26
Lang, Will -- Thompson, Edward K., to/from, 1959-1960 series 1box 1folder 27
Pank, William C. -- Beck, Clyde , 1944 series 1box 1folder 28
Richman, Susan -- Girson, Rochelle, 1969 series 1box 1folder 29
Thompson, Edward K. -- Hotchner, A.E., to/from, 1960 and undated series 1box 1folder 30

Series 2: Writings, 1929-1971 and undated (1.00 linear foot)

This series contains the drafts, galleys, and page proofs for published Hemingway works. It also contains two typed manuscripts with handwritten editing by Hemingway of "Cat in the Rain" and The Green Hills of Africa. The series is arranged alphabetically by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Across the River and Into the Trees -- galley proof, 1950 series 2box 1folder 1
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway -- galley proof, 1967 series 2box 1folder 2
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway -- uncorrected advance proof, 1968 series 2box 1folder 3
By-Line: Ernest Hemingway -- uncorrected proof, 1968 series 2box 1folder 4
"Cat in the rain" -- manuscript with Hemingway editing, undated series 2box 1folder 5
A Farewell to Arms -- galley proof, 1929 series 2box 2folder 1
The Green Hills of Africa -- pages 76, 180-224, manuscript with Hemingway editing, undated series 2box 2folder 2
Islands in the Stream -- page proofs, 1 of 2, 1971 series 2box 2folder 3
Islands in the Stream -- page proofs, 2 of 2, 1971 series 2box 2folder 4
A Moveable Feast -- uncorrected proof, 1964 series 2box 2folder 5
The Old Man and the Sea -- galley proof, 1952 series 2box 2folder 6

Series 3: Serials, 1916-1972 and undated (17.25 linear feet)

This series includes serials that contain articles and stories written by Hemingway and articles that discuss Hemingway's life, writings, and impact on literary scholarship. Many contain Hemingway's works, often in their first appearance, or articles about Hemingway; others are literary criticism or book reviews, both of his own works and of biographies about Hemingway. There are also articles about Hemingway's houses in Cuba and Key West that were converted into museums after his death. Of particular interest are the American Red Cross magazines that describe Hemingway's injuries while an ambulance driver in Italy during WWI.

Hemingway was influential due to both his writing and his activities and as a result was frequently mentioned in articles about a variety of subjects such as the liquor absinthe, bullfighting, the literary community in Paris, and fly fishing.

The series consists of six groupings arranged in the following order: serials with articles by Hemingway; book reviews; articles about Hemingway; reviews of published biographies of Hemingway; articles that simply mention Hemingway; and articles about films based on Hemingway's stories. Within these categories, materials are arranged alphabetically by title, then chronologically. Periodical types include literary, art, political, news, home, men's magazines, and fashion.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
By Hemingway -- Argosy of Complete Stories, December 1941 series 3box 1folder 1
By Hemingway -- The Atlantic Monthly, July 1927 series 3box 1folder 2
By Hemingway -- Bifur, September 1929 series 3box 1folder 3
By Hemingway -- Bifur, September 1929 series 3box 1folder 4
By Hemingway -- Choix, [1945] series 3box 1folder 5
By Hemingway -- The Double Dealer, June 1922 series 3box 1folder 6
By Hemingway -- Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, June 1947 series 3box 1folder 7
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), October 1935 series 3box 1folder 8
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), November 1935 series 3box 1folder 9
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), December 1935 series 3box 1folder 10
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), January 1936 series 3box 1folder 11
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), February 1936 series 3box 1folder 12
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), May 1936 series 3box 1folder 13
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 13), June 1936 series 3box 1folder 14
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 14), August 1936 series 3box 1folder 15
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 14), November 1938 series 3box 1folder 16
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 14), December 1938 series 3box 1folder 17
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 14), February 1939 series 3box 1folder 18
By Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 14), October 1970 series 3box 1folder 19
By Hemingway -- The Exile, Spring 1927 series 3box 1folder 20
By Hemingway -- Fortune -- signed by Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 14), March 1930 series 3box 1folder 21
By Hemingway -- Golden Book Magazine, December 1934 series 3box 1folder 22
By Hemingway -- Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan, May 1932 series 3box 1folder 23
By Hemingway -- Hi-Life, July 1965 series 3box 1folder 24
By Hemingway -- Holiday (Oversize-see Box 14), July 1949 series 3box 1folder 25
By Hemingway -- Lilliput, October [1930] series 3box 1folder 26
By Hemingway -- The Little Review, Spring 1923 series 3box 2folder 1
By Hemingway -- The Little Review, Autumn/Winter 1924-1925 series 3box 2folder 2
By Hemingway -- The Little Review, Spring/Summer 1926 series 3box 2folder 3
By Hemingway -- The Little Review, May 1929 series 3box 2folder 4
By Hemingway -- The Look Years (Oversize-see Box 14), [1972] series 3box 2folder 5
By Hemingway -- Lovat Dickson's Magazine, December 1933 series 3box 2folder 6
By Hemingway -- Mercure de France -- Sylvia Beach, 1963 series 3box 2folder 7
By Hemingway -- Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, August 1932 series 3box 2folder 8
By Hemingway -- Le Navire d'Argent, March 1926 series 3box 2folder 9
By Hemingway -- New Masses (Oversize-see Box 14), June 22, 1937 series 3box 2folder 10
By Hemingway -- The New Republic, May 18, 1927 series 3box 2folder 11
By Hemingway -- La Nouvelle Revue Française, August 1927 series 3box 2folder 12
By Hemingway -- La Nouvelle Revue Française, August 1927 series 3box 2folder 13
By Hemingway -- La Nouvelle Revue Française, June 1928 series 3box 2folder 14
By Hemingway -- Omnibus, 1931 series 3box 3folder 1
By Hemingway -- Omnibus, 1932 series 3box 3folder 2
By Hemingway -- Omnibus, 1932 series 3box 3folder 3
By Hemingway -- Perspektiven, Spring 1955 series 3box 3folder 4
By Hemingway -- Playbill, November 1967 series 3box 3folder 5
By Hemingway -- PM (Oversize-see Box 14), June 10, 1941 series 3box 3folder 6
By Hemingway -- PM (Oversize-see Box 14), June 11, 1941 series 3box 3folder 7
By Hemingway -- PM (Oversize-see Box 14), June 13, 1941 series 3box 3folder 8
By Hemingway -- Poetry, January 1923 series 3box 3folder 9
By Hemingway -- Der Querschnitt, Fall 1924 series 3box 3folder 10
By Hemingway -- Der Querschnitt, November 1924 series 3box 3folder 11
By Hemingway -- Der Querschnitt, February 1925 series 3box 3folder 12
By Hemingway -- Der Querschnitt, July 1925 series 3box 3folder 13
By Hemingway -- Der Querschnitt, Summer 1925 series 3box 3folder 14
By Hemingway -- La Revue Europénne, January/February 1928 series 3box 3folder 15
By Hemingway -- Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Magazine and Program, 1953 series 3box 3folder 16
By Hemingway -- Saisons, 1945 series 3box 4folder 1
By Hemingway -- Scanlan's, May 1970 series 3box 4folder 2
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, March 1927 series 3box 4folder 3
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, April 1927 series 3box 4folder 4
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, May 1929 series 3box 4folder 5
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, June 1929 series 3box 4folder 6
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, July 1929 series 3box 4folder 7
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, August 1929 series 3box 4folder 8
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, September 1929 series 3box 4folder 9
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, October 1929 series 3box 5folder 1
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, August 1930 series 3box 5folder 2
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, May 1935 series 3box 5folder 3
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, June 1935 series 3box 5folder 4
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, July 1935 series 3box 5folder 5
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, August 1935 series 3box 5folder 6
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, September 1935 series 3box 5folder 7
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, October 1935 series 3box 5folder 8
By Hemingway -- Scribner's Magazine, November 1935 series 3box 5folder 9
By Hemingway -- The Senior Tabula, June 1917 series 3box 5folder 10
By Hemingway -- Sports Afield, September 1970 series 3box 5folder 11
By Hemingway -- Sports Illustrated, January 3, 1972 series 3box 5folder 12
By Hemingway -- Sports Illustrated, January 10, 1972 series 3box 5folder 13
By Hemingway -- Sunday Express (Oversize-see Box 18), September 13, 1970 series 3box 5folder 14
By Hemingway -- Tabula, February 1916 series 3box 5folder 15
By Hemingway -- Tabula, April 1916 series 3box 5folder 16
By Hemingway -- Tabula, November 1916 series 3box 5folder 17
By Hemingway -- Tabula, March 1917 series 3box 5folder 18
By Hemingway -- Topper, February 1962 series 3box 5folder 19
By Hemingway -- Transition, April 1927 series 3box 6folder 1
By Hemingway -- Transition, August 1927 series 3box 6folder 2
By Hemingway -- Transition, August 1927 series 3box 6folder 3
By Hemingway -- Transition, Spring 1938 series 3box 6folder 4
By Hemingway -- Two-Fisted Stories for Men, 1945 series 3box 6folder 5
By Hemingway -- Verve (Oversize-see Box 18), Spring 1938 series 3box 6folder 6
By Hemingway -- Les Volontaires, December 1938 series 3box 6folder 7
Book reviews -- The Bookman, June 1964 series 3box 6folder 8
Book reviews -- Book-of-the-Month Club News, May 1964 series 3box 6folder 9
Book reviews -- Books of the Month, January 1956 series 3box 6folder 10
Book reviews -- books u.s.a., December 1964 series 3box 6folder 11
Book reviews -- The Criterion, July 1930 series 3box 6folder 12
Book reviews -- Europe, September 15, 1933 series 3box 6folder 13
Book reviews -- The Explicator, November 1968 series 3box 6folder 14
Book reviews -- John O'London's Weekly (Oversize-see Box 18), March 21, 1941 series 3box 6folder 15
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 18), October 20, 1940 series 3box 6folder 16
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 18), May 10, 1964 series 3box 6folder 17
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 18), October 4, 1970 series 3box 6folder 18
Book reviews -- Now and Then, Winter 1937 series 3box 6folder 19
Book reviews -- La Revue Nouvelle, October 1928 series 3box 7folder 1
Book reviews -- Shenandoah -- The Washington and Lee University review, Winter 1965 series 3box 7folder 2
Book reviews -- The South Atlantic Quarterly, Winter 1964 series 3box 7folder 3
Book reviews -- Soviet Literature, July 1969 series 3box 7folder 4
Book reviews -- The Sunday Herald Tribune Book Week (Oversize-see Box 18), May 3, 1964 series 3box 7folder 5
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement (Oversize-see Box 18), October 9, 1937 series 3box 7folder 6
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement (Oversize-see Box 18), August 6, 1938 series 3box 7folder 7
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement (Oversize-see Box 18), March 8, 1941 series 3box 7folder 8
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement (Oversize-see Box 18), October 16, 1970 series 3box 7folder 9
About Hemingway -- Accent, Summer 1954 series 3box 7folder 10
About Hemingway -- America, National Catholic Weekly Review, May 26, 1951 series 3box 7folder 11
About Hemingway -- American Heritage, April 1962 series 3box 7folder 12
About Hemingway -- American Literature, January 1960 series 3box 7folder 13
About Hemingway -- The American Red Cross, Central Division Bulletin, December 7, 1918 series 3box 7folder 14
About Hemingway -- The American Review, Summer 1934 series 3box 7folder 15
About Hemingway -- Ameryka -- in Polish (Oversize-see Box 15), 1960 series 3box 7folder 16
About Hemingway -- Art in America, 1961 series 3box 7folder 17
About Hemingway -- Book Bulletin of the Chicago Public Library, January 1955 series 3box 7folder 18
About Hemingway -- Cavalcade, November/December 1966 series 3box 7folder 19
About Hemingway -- Chicago Tribune Book World (Oversize-see Box 15), March 16, 1969 series 3box 7folder 20
About Hemingway -- Confluences, March 1945 series 3box 7folder 21
About Hemingway -- Contempo (Oversize-see Box 15), October 25, 1933 series 3box 8folder 1
About Hemingway -- The Contemporary Reader, March 1953 series 3box 8folder 2
About Hemingway -- Crest, A Tribute to Ernest Hemingway, Spring 1967 series 3box 8folder 3
About Hemingway -- Detroit (Oversize-see Box 15), July 24, 1966 series 3box 8folder 4
About Hemingway -- Detroit (Oversize-see Box 15), July 31, 1966 series 3box 8folder 5
About Hemingway -- Detroit (Oversize-see Box 15), August 7, 1966 series 3box 8folder 6
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News (Oversize-see Box 15), August 6, 1967 series 3box 8folder 7
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News Sunday Magazine (Oversize-see Box 15), September 29, 1968 series 3box 8folder 8
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News Sunday Magazine (Oversize-see Box 15), October 5, 1969 series 3box 8folder 9
About Hemingway -- Encounter, June 1958 series 3box 8folder 10
About Hemingway -- The English Journal, March 1941 series 3box 8folder 11
About Hemingway -- Epoca -- in Italian (Oversize-see Box 15), July 25, 1965 series 3box 8folder 12
About Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 15), June 1967 series 3box 8folder 13
About Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 15), December 1968 series 3box 8folder 14
About Hemingway -- Europe, September 1961 series 3box 8folder 15
About Hemingway -- Fiesta, December [1969] series 3box 8folder 16
About Hemingway -- Flair -- by Mary Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 15), January 1951 series 3box 8folder 17
About Hemingway -- Ford Times, January 1965 series 3box 8folder 18
About Hemingway -- Gent, December 1957 series 3box 8folder 19
About Hemingway -- The Humanist, July/August 1961 series 3box 8folder 20
About Hemingway -- Inland, the magazine of the middle west, Spring 1961 series 3box 8folder 21
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), January 6, 1941 series 3box 8folder 22
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), June 26, 1944 series 3box 8folder 23
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), January 10, 1949 series 3box 8folder 24
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), August 29, 1960 series 3box 8folder 25
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), July 14, 1961 series 3box 8folder 26
About Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 15), August 25, 1961 series 3box 8folder 27
About Hemingway -- Life Educational Reprint 6 (Oversize-see Box 15), [1968] series 3box 8folder 28
About Hemingway -- Literary Newsletter, April 1962 series 3box 8folder 29
About Hemingway -- The Literary Review, Winter 1957-1958 series 3box 8folder 30
About Hemingway -- Literary Times (Oversize-see Box 19), December 1964 series 3box 8folder 31
About Hemingway -- Literary Times (Oversize-see Box 19), June 1-July 15, 1964 series 3box 8folder 32
About Hemingway -- Die Literatur, September 1931 series 3box 8folder 33
About Hemingway -- Look -- by Mary Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 16), September 12, 1961 series 3box 8folder 34
About Hemingway -- Look -- by Mary Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 16), September 6, 1966 series 3box 8folder 35
About Hemingway -- Mainliner, May 1966 series 3box 8folder 36
About Hemingway -- Mainliner, April 1969 series 3box 8folder 37
About Hemingway -- Mainstream, January 1960 series 3box 8folder 38
About Hemingway -- Mainstream, August 1961 series 3box 8folder 39
About Hemingway -- Mark Twain Journal, Summer 1962 series 3box 8folder 40
About Hemingway -- Men in Vogue (Oversize-see Box 16), Autumn/Winter 1970 series 3box 8folder 41
About Hemingway -- Modern Fiction Studies, Summer 1960 series 3box 8folder 42
About Hemingway -- Modern Man, July 1967 series 3box 8folder 43
About Hemingway -- The Monthly Letter of the Limited Editions Club, September 1942 series 3box 8folder 44
About Hemingway -- The Nation, November 18, 1961 series 3box 8folder 45
About Hemingway -- The New Republic, August 10, 1927 series 3box 8folder 46
About Hemingway -- The New Republic, July 24, 1961 series 3box 8folder 47
About Hemingway -- New York Herald Tribune (Oversize-see Box 19), July 3, 1961 series 3box 8folder 48
About Hemingway -- New York Journal American (Oversize-see Box 19), July 3, 1961 series 3box 8folder 49
About Hemingway -- The New York Review of Books (Oversize-see Box 19), December 30, 1971 series 3box 8folder 50
About Hemingway -- The New York Times (Oversize-see Box 19), July 3, 1961 series 3box 9folder 1
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 19), July 1, 1962 series 3box 9folder 2
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 19), July 26, 1964 series 3box 9folder 3
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 19), December 6, 1964 series 3box 9folder 4
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 19), September 29, 1968 series 3box 9folder 5
About Hemingway -- The New Yorker, July 15, 1961 series 3box 9folder 6
About Hemingway -- Nugget, December 1961 series 3box 9folder 7
About Hemingway -- Paperback News, April 1962 series 3box 9folder 8
About Hemingway -- The Paris Review, Spring 1958 series 3box 9folder 9
About Hemingway -- The Paris Review, Spring 1958 series 3box 9folder 10
About Hemingway -- Picture Post (Oversize-see Box 19), July 15, 1944 series 3box 9folder 11
About Hemingway -- Playboy (Bound), January 1961 series 3box 9folder 12
About Hemingway -- Playboy -- by Leicester Hemingway (Bound), December 1961 series 3box 9folder 13
About Hemingway -- Playboy -- by Leicester Hemingway (Bound), February 1962 series 3box 9folder 14
About Hemingway -- Playboy -- by Leicester Hemingway (Bound), March 1962 series 3box 9folder 15
About Hemingway -- PM (Oversize-see Box 19), June 9, 1941 series 3box 9folder 16
About Hemingway -- Prairie Schooner, Fall 1956 series 3box 9folder 17
About Hemingway -- Princeton Alumni Weekly, November 16, 1962 series 3box 9folder 18
About Hemingway -- Private Eye, September 30, 1966 series 3box 9folder 19
About Hemingway -- Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1955 series 3box 9folder 20
About Hemingway -- Readers and Writers, January/February 1967 series 3box 9folder 21
About Hemingway -- Report of the Department of Military Affairs, January to July 1918 series 3box 9folder 22
About Hemingway -- Revista Plaza, Spring 1968 series 3box 9folder 23
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post (Oversize-see Box 19), March 12, 1966 series 3box 9folder 24
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post (Oversize-see Box 19), March 26, 1966 series 3box 9folder 25
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post (Oversize-see Box 19), April 9, 1966 series 3box 9folder 26
About Hemingway -- Saturday Review, August 23, 1958 series 3box 9folder 27
About Hemingway -- Saturday Review, April 4, 1959 series 3box 9folder 28
About Hemingway -- Saturday Review, August 22, 1959 series 3box 9folder 29
About Hemingway -- Saturday Review, July 29, 1961 series 3box 9folder 30
About Hemingway -- Shenandoah, Winter 1959 series 3box 9folder 31
About Hemingway -- Sir!, May 1965 series 3box 10folder 1
About Hemingway -- Sky, January 1974 series 3box 10folder 2
About Hemingway -- The South Atlantic Quarterly, Winter 1963 series 3box 10folder 3
About Hemingway -- The Southern Review, Spring 1938 series 3box 10folder 4
About Hemingway -- Soviet Life (Oversize-see Box 16), June 1966 series 3box 10folder 5
About Hemingway -- Spectrum, Winter 1965 series 3box 10folder 6
About Hemingway -- Sports Illustrated, June 29, 1964 series 3box 10folder 7
About Hemingway -- Sports Illustrated, July 12, 1965 series 3box 10folder 8
About Hemingway -- The Sunday News Sunday Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), November 29, 1970 series 3box 10folder 9
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), [1966] series 3box 10folder 10
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), September 11, 1966 series 3box 10folder 11
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), September 18, 1966 series 3box 10folder 12
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), September 25, 1966 series 3box 10folder 13
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), October 2, 1966 series 3box 10folder 14
About Hemingway -- Texas Quarterly, Winter 1966 series 3box 10folder 15
About Hemingway -- This Week Magazine (Oversize-see Box 16), October 18, 1959 series 3box 10folder 16
About Hemingway -- Time, December 13, 1954 series 3box 10folder 17
About Hemingway -- Time, October 29, 1956 series 3box 10folder 18
About Hemingway -- Town and Gown, January 1969 series 3box 10folder 19
About Hemingway -- Trapeze (Oversize-see Box 19), March 21, 1919 series 3box 10folder 20
About Hemingway -- Trapeze (Oversize-see Box 19), June 9, 1967 series 3box 10folder 21
About Hemingway -- Two Sermons on Books, 1961 series 3box 10folder 22
About Hemingway -- Unifrance Film, January 1957 series 3box 10folder 23
About Hemingway -- Valley Sun, August 1966 series 3box 10folder 24
About Hemingway -- Victory -- in Italian (Oversize-see Box 16), 1944 series 3box 10folder 25
About Hemingway -- The Washington Post Book World (Oversize-see Box 16), March 16, 1969 series 3box 10folder 26
About Hemingway -- Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature, Spring/Summer 1963 series 3box 10folder 27
About Hemingway -- Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature, Spring/Summer 1960 series 3box 10folder 28
About Hemingway -- Writer's Digest, August 1961 series 3box 10folder 29
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- Dialogue, 1969 series 3box 10folder 30
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The Listener and BBC Television Review (Oversize-see Box 17), September 29, 1966 series 3box 10folder 31
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- Literary Guide, April 1954 series 3box 11folder 1
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), May 14, 1961 series 3box 11folder 2
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), September 2, 1962 series 3box 11folder 3
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), April 3, 1966 series 3box 11folder 4
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- Saturday Review, January 14, 1961 series 3box 11folder 5
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The Southern Review, Autumn 1969 series 3box 11folder 6
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The Washington Post Book World (Oversize-see Box 17), April 13, 1969 series 3box 11folder 7
Mention of Hemingway -- books u.s.a., February 1965 series 3box 11folder 8
Mention of Hemingway -- Collier's -- by Martha Gellhorn (Oversize-see Box 17), August 30, 1941 series 3box 11folder 9
Mention of Hemingway -- The Colophon, Summer 1935 series 3box 11folder 10
Mention of Hemingway -- English Journal, November 1968 series 3box 11folder 11
Mention of Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 17), October 1968 series 3box 11folder 12
Mention of Hemingway -- Esquire (Oversize-see Box 17), June 1971 series 3box 11folder 13
Mention of Hemingway -- Havana, February 28, 1930 series 3box 11folder 14
Mention of Hemingway -- Key West, the Old Island, 1971 series 3box 11folder 15
Mention of Hemingway -- Lantern, September 1958 series 3box 11folder 16
Mention of Hemingway -- Life (Oversize-see Box 17), September 15, 1947 series 3box 11folder 17
Mention of Hemingway -- Life -- by Mary Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 17), April 19, 1963 series 3box 11folder 18
Mention of Hemingway -- Michigan in Books, Spring 1966 series 3box 11folder 19
Mention of Hemingway -- New Masses, February 1, 1938 series 3box 11folder 20
Mention of Hemingway -- The New Republic, August 7, 1961 series 3box 11folder 21
Mention of Hemingway -- New York, December 8, 1969 series 3box 11folder 22
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), August 5, 1962 series 3box 11folder 23
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), June 4, 1967 series 3box 11folder 24
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review (Oversize-see Box 17), June 9, 1968 series 3box 11folder 25
Mention of Hemingway -- Newsweek, April 20, 1970 series 3box 11folder 26
Mention of Hemingway -- Observer (Oversize-see Box 17), December 19, 1971 series 3box 11folder 27
Mention of Hemingway -- Petoskey News Review -- Northern Michigan Graphic Resorter (Oversize-see Box 19), August 21, 1972 series 3box 11folder 28
Mention of Hemingway -- Playboy, June 1971 series 3box 11folder 29
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish (Oversize-see Box 17), May 21, 1959 series 3box 11folder 30
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish (Oversize-see Box 17), June 25, 1959 series 3box 11folder 31
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish (Oversize-see Box 17), July 3, 1959 series 3box 11folder 32
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish (Oversize-see Box 17), October 1, 1959 series 3box 11folder 33
Mention of Hemingway -- Sports Illustrated, August 21, 1972 series 3box 11folder 34
Mention of Hemingway -- Transition, Fall 1928 series 3box 12folder 1
Mention of Hemingway -- The Unesco Courier, February 1957 series 3box 12folder 2
Mention of Hemingway -- Week-end Review, November 18, 1933 series 3box 12folder 3
About a film -- Books Plays Poems -- BBC Radio for schools, The Old Man and the Sea, Autumn 1968 series 3box 12folder 4
About a film -- Coronet -- article about For Whom the Bell Tolls, September 1943 series 3box 12folder 5
About a film -- Everybody's Weekly -- article about The Old Man and the Sea (Oversize-see Box 19), August 7, 1954 series 3box 12folder 6
About a film -- John O'London's Weekly -- article about For Whom the Bell Tolls, December 3, 1943 series 3box 12folder 7
About a film -- Picture Post -- article about For Whom the Bell Tolls (Oversize-see Box 19), March 27, 1943 series 3box 12folder 8
About a film -- Saturday Review -- article about The Old Man and the Sea, October 4, 1958 series 3box 12folder 9
By Hemingway -- Esquire, October 1935 series 3box 13folder 1
By Hemingway -- Esquire, November 1935 series 3box 13folder 2
By Hemingway -- Esquire, December 1935 series 3box 13folder 3
By Hemingway -- Esquire, January 1936 series 3box 13folder 4
By Hemingway -- Esquire, February 1936 series 3box 13folder 5
By Hemingway -- Esquire, May 1936 series 3box 13folder 6
By Hemingway -- Esquire, June 1936 series 3box 13folder 7
By Hemingway -- Esquire, August 1936 series 3box 14folder 1
By Hemingway -- Esquire, November 1938 series 3box 14folder 2
By Hemingway -- Esquire, December 1938 series 3box 14folder 3
By Hemingway -- Esquire, February 1939 series 3box 14folder 4
By Hemingway -- Esquire, October 1970 series 3box 14folder 5
By Hemingway -- Fortune -- signed by Hemingway, March 1930 series 3box 14folder 6
By Hemingway -- Holiday, July 1949 series 3box 14folder 7
By Hemingway -- The Look Years, [1972] series 3box 14folder 8
About Hemingway -- Ameryka -- in Polish, 1960 series 3box 15folder 1
About Hemingway -- Chicago Tribune Book World, March 16, 1969 series 3box 15folder 2
About Hemingway -- Contempo, October 25, 1933 series 3box 15folder 3
About Hemingway -- Detroit, July 24, 1966 series 3box 15folder 4
About Hemingway -- Detroit, July 31, 1966 series 3box 15folder 5
About Hemingway -- Detroit, August 7, 1966 series 3box 15folder 6
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News, August 6, 1967 series 3box 15folder 7
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News Sunday Magazine, September 29, 1968 series 3box 15folder 8
About Hemingway -- The Detroit News Sunday Magazine, October 5, 1969 series 3box 15folder 9
About Hemingway -- Epoca -- in Italian, July 25, 1965 series 3box 15folder 10
About Hemingway -- Esquire, June 1967 series 3box 15folder 11
About Hemingway -- Esquire, December 1968 series 3box 15folder 12
About Hemingway -- Flair -- by Mary Hemingway, January 1951 series 3box 15folder 13
About Hemingway -- Life, January 6, 1941 series 3box 15folder 14
About Hemingway -- Life, June 26, 1944 series 3box 15folder 15
About Hemingway -- Life, January 10, 1949 series 3box 15folder 16
About Hemingway -- Life, August 29, 1960 series 3box 15folder 17
About Hemingway -- Life, July 14, 1961 series 3box 15folder 18
About Hemingway -- Life, August 25, 1961 series 3box 15folder 19
About Hemingway -- Life Educational Reprint 6, [1968] series 3box 15folder 20
About Hemingway -- Look -- by Mary Hemingway, September 12, 1961 series 3box 16folder 1
About Hemingway -- Look -- by Mary Hemingway, September 6, 1966 series 3box 16folder 2
About Hemingway -- Men in Vogue, Autumn/Winter 1970 series 3box 16folder 3
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, September 29, 1968 series 3box 16folder 4
About Hemingway -- Soviet Life, June 1966 series 3box 16folder 5
About Hemingway -- The Sunday News Sunday Magazine, November 29, 1970 series 3box 16folder 6
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine, [1966] series 3box 16folder 7
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine, September 11, 1966 series 3box 16folder 8
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine, September 18, 1966 series 3box 16folder 9
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine, September 25, 1966 series 3box 16folder 10
About Hemingway -- The Sunday Times Magazine, October 2, 1966 series 3box 16folder 11
About Hemingway -- This Week Magazine, October 18, 1959 series 3box 16folder 12
About Hemingway -- Victory -- in Italian, 1944 series 3box 16folder 13
About Hemingway -- The Washington Post Book World, March 16, 1969 series 3box 16folder 14
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The Listener and BBC Television Review, September 29, 1966 series 3box 17folder 1
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, May 14, 1961 series 3box 17folder 2
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, September 2, 1962 series 3box 17folder 3
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, April 3, 1966 series 3box 17folder 4
Reviews of books about Hemingway -- The Washington Post Book World, April 13, 1969 series 3box 17folder 5
Mention of Hemingway -- Collier's -- by Martha Gellhorn, August 30, 1941 series 3box 17folder 6
Mention of Hemingway -- Esquire, October 1968 series 3box 17folder 7
Mention of Hemingway -- Esquire, June 1971 series 3box 17folder 8
Mention of Hemingway -- Life, September 15, 1947 series 3box 17folder 9
Mention of Hemingway -- Life -- by Mary Hemingway, April 19, 1963 series 3box 17folder 10
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, August 5, 1962 series 3box 17folder 11
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, June 4, 1967 series 3box 17folder 12
Mention of Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, June 9, 1968 series 3box 17folder 13
Mention of Hemingway -- Observer, December 19, 1971 series 3box 17folder 14
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish, May 21, 1959 series 3box 17folder 15
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish, June 25, 1959 series 3box 17folder 16
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish, July 3, 1959 series 3box 17folder 17
Mention of Hemingway -- El Ruedo -- in Spanish, October 1, 1959 series 3box 17folder 18
By Hemingway -- New Masses, June 22, 1937 series 3box 18folder 1
By Hemingway -- PM, June 10, 1941 series 3box 18folder 2
By Hemingway -- PM, June 11, 1941 series 3box 18folder 3
By Hemingway -- PM, June 13, 1941 series 3box 18folder 4
By Hemingway -- Sunday Express, September 13, 1970 series 3box 18folder 5
By Hemingway -- Verve, Spring 1938 series 3box 18folder 6
Book reviews -- John O'London's Weekly, March 21, 1941 series 3box 18folder 7
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review, October 20, 1940 series 3box 18folder 8
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review, May 10, 1964 series 3box 18folder 9
Book reviews -- The New York Times Book Review, October 4, 1970 series 3box 18folder 10
Book reviews -- The Sunday Herald Tribune Book Week, May 3, 1964 series 3box 18folder 11
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement, October 9, 1937 series 3box 18folder 12
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement, August 6, 1938 series 3box 18folder 13
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement, March 8, 1941 series 3box 18folder 14
Book reviews -- The Times Literary Supplement, October 16, 1970 series 3box 18folder 15
About Hemingway -- Literary Times, December 1964 series 3box 19folder 1
About Hemingway -- Literary Times, June 1-July 15, 1964 series 3box 19folder 2
About Hemingway -- New York Herald Tribune, July 3, 1961 series 3box 19folder 3
About Hemingway -- New York Journal American, July 3, 1961 series 3box 19folder 4
About Hemingway -- The New York Review of Books, December 30, 1971 series 3box 19folder 5
About Hemingway -- The New York Times, July 3, 1961 series 3box 19folder 6
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, July 1, 1962 series 3box 19folder 7
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, July 26, 1964 series 3box 19folder 8
About Hemingway -- The New York Times Book Review, December 6, 1964 series 3box 19folder 9
About Hemingway -- Picture Post, July 15, 1944 series 3box 19folder 10
About Hemingway -- PM, June 9, 1941 series 3box 19folder 11
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post, March 12, 1966 series 3box 19folder 12
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post, March 26, 1966 series 3box 19folder 13
About Hemingway -- The Saturday Evening Post, April 9, 1966 series 3box 19folder 14
About Hemingway -- Trapeze, March 21, 1919 series 3box 19folder 15
About Hemingway -- Trapeze, June 9, 1967 series 3box 19folder 16
Mention of Hemingway -- Petoskey News Review -- Northern Michigan Graphic Resorter, August 21, 1972 series 3box 19folder 17
About a film -- Everybody's Weekly -- article about The Old Man and the Sea, August 7, 1954 series 3box 19folder 18
About a film -- Picture Post -- article about For Whom the Bell Tolls, March 27, 1943 series 3box 19folder 19

Series 4: Clippings, 1918-1972 and undated (2.50 linear feet)

This series consists of clippings collected by C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., on a variety of Hemingway subjects. The materials are a useful compendium of articles about Hemingway and his works, including articles from his journalism career in Kansas City and Toronto from 1918 to 1922. The clippings include seven of his first columns with the Kansas City Star, some with his by-line and others unattributed, five of which were included in a letter from Hemingway to his parents on April 19, 1918, and thirteen columns from the Toronto Daily Star, also some with his by-line and some unattributed. In addition, there are clippings of his stories and non-fiction articles.

Materials are arranged in eight subgroups in the following order: By Hemingway; Book reviews; About Hemingway; Hemingway's homes; Reviews of books about Hemingway; Articles mentioning Hemingway; Film/play related; and the Manuscript market.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
By Hemingway, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1941 series 4box 1folder 1
By Hemingway, 1918-1922, 1959 and undated series 4box 1folder 1
Book reviews, 1929, 1932, 1937, 1950, 1965 series 4box 1folder 2
By Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 2), 1918, 1920, 1922, 1941 series 4box 1folder 2
About Hemingway, 1918, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1950, 1954-1956, 1959-1962, 1965-1970 series 4box 1folder 3
Book reviews, 1929-1940, 1944, 1949-1953, 1961, 1964-1965, 1968 and undated series 4box 1folder 3
Mention of Hemingway, 1935-1936, 1954-1955, 1958-1960 series 4box 1folder 4
Book reviews (Oversize-see Box 2), 1929, 1932, 1937, 1950, 1965 series 4box 1folder 4
About Hemingway, 1919, 1934, 1936-1939, 1941, 1944, 1947-1950, 1953-1971 and undated series 4box 1folder 5
Film/play related, 1941-1942, 1953, 1957 and undated series 4box 1folder 5
About Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 2), 1918, 1937, 1941, 1945, 1950, 1954-1956, 1959-1962, 1965-1970 series 4box 1folder 6
About Hemingway -- by Mary Hemingway, 1953-1955, 1961-1969 series 4box 1folder 7
About Hemingway -- by Midnight Earl, 1955-1957 series 4box 1folder 8
About Hemingway -- from Letters to Editor, 1935-1936 series 4box 1folder 9
Hemingway's homes, 1964, 1968 and undated series 4box 1folder 10
Reviews of books about Hemingway, 1944, 1950-1954, 1961-1969 series 4box 1folder 11
Mention of Hemingway, 1937, 1944, 1949-1951, 1954-1955, 1959-1965, 1972 and undated series 4box 1folder 12
Mention of Hemingway (Oversize-see Box 2), 1935-1936, 1954-1955, 1958-1960 series 4box 1folder 13
Film/play related, 1940, 1952, 1959, 1961, 1968 and undated series 4box 1folder 14
Film/play related (Oversize-see Box 2), 1941-1942, 1953, 1957 and undated series 4box 1folder 15
Manuscript Market, 1967-1969 series 4box 1folder 16

Series 5: Galley Proofs, Manuscripts, and Scripts, 1945-1977 and undated (1.25 linear feet)

This series consists of manuscripts, uncorrected page proofs, and galleys by authors other than Hemingway. These manuscripts are mainly biographical works about Hemingway. There are also the scripts for stage and movie adaptations of Hemingway's works. Many of Hemingway's novels were made into movies, although not all films retained the title of Hemingway's original work.

The materials in this series are arranged in three subgroups: Galley Proofs, Manuscripts, and Scripts. The first group, Galley Proofs, includes page proofs of works about Hemingway and his writings. The second subgroup, Manuscripts, includes a poem by Archibald MacLeish titled "Voyage for Ernest Hemingway" and an unpublished manuscript by Derek Patmore, "The Young Ernest Hemingway." The third subgroup, Scripts, includes scripts of movies and plays, both based on Hemingway's stories and on Hemingway himself. Of particular note is the script for The Spanish Earth, with pencil editing by Hemingway. Within those categories, they are arranged alphabetically by the author's last name; in the absence of a known author, they are alphabetical by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Galley proofs -- Arnold, Lloyd -- Hemingway High on the Wild -- uncorrected proof, 1977 series 5box 1folder 1
Galley proofs -- Baker, Carlos -- Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story -- British proof, 1969 series 5box 1folder 2
Galley proofs -- Baker, Carlos -- Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story -- uncorrected page proof, 1 of 2, [1968] series 5box 1folder 3
Galley proofs -- Baker, Carlos -- Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story -- uncorrected page proof, 2 of 2, [1968] series 5box 1folder 4
Galley proofs -- Hotchner, A.E. -- Papa Hemingway -- uncorrected advance proof, 1966 series 5box 1folder 5
Galley proofs -- Montgomery, Constance Cappel -- Hemingway in Michigan -- advance sheets, 1967 series 5box 1folder 6
Galley proofs -- Montgomery, Constance Cappel -- Hemingway in Michigan -- corrected master proof, 1966 series 5box 2folder 1
Manuscripts -- de Pereda, Prudencio -- Letter of explication of his Spanish Earth manuscript -- carbon copy, 1973 series 5box 2folder 2
Manuscripts -- MacLeish, Archibald -- "Voyage for Ernest Hemingway" -- signed poem, undated series 5box 2folder 3
Manuscripts -- Patmore, Derek -- "The Young Ernest Hemingway" -- unpublished manuscript, December 3, 1970 series 5box 2folder 4
Manuscripts -- "Tauromaquia" -- review of Death in the Afternoon, undated series 5box 2folder 5
Manuscripts -- Who's Who in America sketch -- edited by Hemingway, January 13, 1928 series 5box 2folder 6
Scripts -- Ernest Hemingway's Young Man -- final script, 1961 series 5box 2folder 7
Scripts -- A Farewell to Arms -- combined dialogue and cutting continuity script, 1958 series 5box 2folder 8
Scripts -- A Farewell to Arms -- dialogue continuity, 1958 series 5box 2folder 9
Scripts -- Hills Like White Elephants -- script, 1962 series 5box 2folder 10
Scripts -- Hotchner, A.E. -- The Hemingway Hero -- script, undated series 5box 2folder 11
Scripts -- Hyde, Donald -- The World Between -- camera script, undated series 5box 3folder 1
Scripts -- The Macomber Affair -- dialogue continuity, undated series 5box 3folder 2
Scripts -- The Spanish Earth -- manuscript with EH editing, undated series 5box 3folder 3
Scripts -- The Sun Also Rises -- final script, 1957 series 5box 3folder 4
Scripts -- To Have and Have Not -- script, photocopy of, 1945 series 5box 3folder 5

Series 6: Printed Matter, 1917-1974 and undated (3.00 linear feet)

This series consists of printed material that C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., collected, including bibliographies; book jackets; bookplates; broadsides; brochures; cards; dealer catalogs; monographs; reprints and photocopies; postage stamps; posters; pressbooks; prints; programs; publisher and mail order catalogs; and travel-related materials. Some of the materials pertain directly to Hemingway and his life, but others are items about Hemingway.

The items are arranged in sixteen subgroups in the following order: Bibliographies; Book Jackets; Bookplates; Broadsides; Brochures; Cards; Dealer Lists and Catalogs; Monographs; Postage Stamps; Posters; Pressbooks; Programs; Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs; Reprints and Photocopies; Tearsheets; and Travel Brochures and Maps.

Bibliographies contains two copies of the "Bibliographical Notes on Ernest Hemingway" distributed by the Walden Book Shop. One of the copies is signed by Hemingway.

Book jackets include the dust jacket proof for The Fifth Column and the book wrapper for Kiki's Memoirs.

The Bookplates grouping contains three copies of Hemingway's bookplate.

Broadsides include a limited edition broadside of Chapter V from In Our Time.

The Brochures section includes a number of different brochures on various subjects. Some examples are advertising for Ken and The Transatlantic Review magazines, information about the Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest, and advertising for Hemingway novels.

The Cards consists of an assorted collection including a calling card, notecards, and postcards. There is a calling card, signed by Hemingway; a wedding invitation to Hemingway's marriage to Elizabeth Hadley Richardson; a greeting card; an Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum postcard; a notecard of the Hemingway House, Key West, Florida; and three postcards of Hemingway children at "Windemere" on Walloon Lake, MI, prepared by Dr. Hemingway.

Dealer Lists and Catalogs consist of auction house catalogs, bookseller catalogs, and dealer lists of their offerings. These are presumably examples of how C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., learned of Hemingway items that were advertised for sale. Examples include a Charles Hamilton auction catalog; a Christie, Manson and Woods, Ltd. catalog; a Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. auction catalog; The Scriptorium; and a Swann Galleries, Inc. auction catalog.

There are seven Monographs in this series. They are La Evolución Espiritual de Ernest Hemingway by José Maria Castellet; Gatsby and Beyond by Robert Moses; a copy of Jay Nash's Lost Natives and Expatriates that includes a poem about Hemingway; The Art League Book, which includes an article about Grace Hemingway; Ezra Pound at Seventy by New Directions; the British publication of A Farewell to Arms; and the German translation of Hemingway's "The Good Lion" and "The Faithful Bull," Der Gute Lowe, der Treue Stier, Zwei Fabeln.

Postage Stamps include an Oak Park post office cancellation to commemorate the 75th birthday of Hemingway and postage stamps from Czechoslovakia honoring seven literary and artistic figures including Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Charlie Chaplin, Karel Capek, George Bernard Shaw, Taikan Yokoyama, and Maxim Gorky.

The Posters group contains advertisements for the movies The Killers and Under My Skin, a poster advertisement for a lecture by Walker Gibson, and a number of posters for the movie versions of A Farewell to Arms, The Gun Runners, The Killers, and The Old Man and the Sea.

Pressbooks are the manuals that were provided to theater owners to advise them on how to promote the Hemingway films being shown in their theater. The films adapted from Hemingway's stories are The Fifth Column, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Gun Runners, Hemingways Adventures of a Young Man, Islands in the Stream, The Old Man and the Sea, and The Sun Also Rises.

There are many Programs. Some representative examples of programs are those for the film adaptations of Hemingway's novels and include The First 49 Stories, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and the Sea, and The Fifth Column and for literary exhibitions; the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; and Trevor Reese's play Before I Wake.

Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs include catalogs for books and filmstrips. Examples of companies include Boni and Liveright, Thomas S. Klice Co., Bob Marshall's Bookshop, Penguin Books, Princeton University Press, and Scribner's.

Reprints and Photocopies includes an offprint of "The Art of Fiction XXI: Ernest Hemingway" by George Plimpton, photocopies of a Letter to the Editor by Edward Fisher and Hemingway's senior high school report card.

Tearsheets includes magazine advertisements of forthcoming Hemingway publications and magazine covers.

Travel Brochures and Maps include travel information about Schruns, Montafon in Austria and brochures about Walloon Lake, Michigan.

Within these categories, the items are arranged alphabetically by the author's last name or in the absence of a known author by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Bibliographies -- The Walden Book Shop -- "Bibliographical Notes on Ernest Hemingway" -- 2 copies-1 signed by Hemingway, October 1930 series 6box 1folder 1
Bibliographies -- White, William -- "Hemingway in Korea" -- The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, Summer 1965 series 6box 1folder 2
Book Jackets -- Hemingway, Ernest -- The Fifth Column -- dust jacket, 1968 series 6box 1folder 3
Book Jackets -- Kiki -- Kiki's Memoirs -- book wrapper, undated series 6box 1folder 4
Bookplates -- Hemingway, Ernest -- Book plates, undated series 6box 1folder 5
Broadsides -- Hemingway, Ernest -- Limited edition broadside -- Chapter V from In Our Time (Oversize), undated series 6box 1folder 6
Brochures -- By-Line: Ernest Hemingway -- excerpts from, 1967 series 6box 1folder 7
Brochures -- du Café Voltaire a la bibliotheque Benjamin Franklin, 1957 series 6box 1folder 8
Brochures -- Ernest Hemingway Reading -- Caedmon Records press release, 1965 series 6box 1folder 9
Brochures -- The First 49 Stories, undated series 6box 1folder 10
Brochures -- For Whom the Bell Tolls, undated series 6box 1folder 11
Brochures -- Das Handbuch des Kunstmarkt-Archives, 1925 series 6box 1folder 12
Brochures -- The Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest, undated series 6box 1folder 13
Brochures -- Ken , undated series 6box 1folder 14
Brochures -- A Moveable Feast, 1964 series 6box 1folder 15
Brochures -- Penguin Books , undated series 6box 1folder 16
Brochures -- The Transatlantic Review, 1923 series 6box 1folder 17
Cards -- Calling card -- signed by Hemingway, 1950 series 6box 1folder 18
Cards -- Greeting card, undated series 6box 1folder 19
Cards -- Notecard -- Hemingway House, Key West, Florida, undated series 6box 1folder 20
Cards -- Postcard -- The Hemingway House, 1970 series 6box 1folder 21
Cards -- Postcard -- Windemere, Walloon Lake, MI, images of Hemingway children, undated series 6box 1folder 22
Cards -- Wedding invitation -- to Elizabeth Hadley Richardson, 1921 series 6box 1folder 23
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Casanova Booksellers, 1931 series 6box 1folder 24
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Christie, Manson and Woods, Ltd., November 29,1967 series 6box 1folder 25
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Dealers' lists, 1967-1968 and undated series 6box 1folder 26
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Gotham Book Mart, 1940 series 6box 1folder 27
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Charles Hamilton auction catalog, 1974 series 6box 1folder 28
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. auction catalog, 1958 series 6box 1folder 29
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- The Scriptorium, undated series 6box 1folder 30
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Swann Galleries, Inc. auction catalog, 1966 series 6box 1folder 31
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Thomas Thorp, 1968 series 6box 1folder 32
Dealer Lists and Catalogs -- Ulysses Book Shop, 1930 series 6box 1folder 33
Monographs -- Austin Oak Park and River Forest Art League -- The Art League Book -- article about Grace Hemingway, 1940 series 6box 1folder 34
Monographs -- Castellet, José Maria -- La Evolución Espiritual de Ernest Hemingway, 1958 series 6box 1folder 35
Monographs -- Hemingway, Ernest -- A Farewell to Arms -- British publication, 1929 series 6box 1folder 36
Monographs -- Hemingway, Ernest -- Der Gute Lowe, der Treue Stier, Zwei Fabeln, 1953 series 6box 1folder 37
Monographs -- Moses, Robert -- Gatsby and Beyond, 1964 series 6box 1folder 38
Monographs -- Nash, Jay -- Lost Natives and Expatriates -- includes poem about Hemingway, 1965 series 6box 1folder 39
Monographs -- New Directions (ed.) -- Ezra Pound at Seventy -- excerpt by Hemingway, [1955] series 6box 1folder 40
Postage Stamps -- Czechoslovakia, 1968 series 6box 2folder 1
Postage Stamps -- Oak Park post office cancellation, 1974 series 6box 2folder 2
Posters -- A Farewell to Arms (Oversize-see Box 3), 1949 series 6box 2folder 3
Posters -- Gibson, Walker -- a lecture by, undated series 6box 2folder 4
Posters -- The Gun Runners (Oversize-see Box 3), 1958 series 6box 2folder 5
Posters -- Ernest Hemingway, 1972 series 6box 2folder 6
Posters -- The Killers (Oversize-see Box 3 and Mapcase), 1956 series 6box 2folder 7
Posters -- The Old Man and the Sea (Oversize-see Box 3), 1958 series 6box 2folder 8
Posters -- Under My Skin (Oversize-see Box 3), 1950 series 6box 2folder 9
Pressbooks -- For Whom the Bell Tolls (Oversize-see Box 3), 1957 series 6box 2folder 10
Pressbooks -- For Whom the Bell Tolls (Oversize-see Box 3), 1943 series 6box 2folder 11
Pressbooks -- The Gun Runners (Oversize-see Box 3), 1958 series 6box 2folder 12
Pressbooks -- Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (Oversize-see Box 3), 1962 series 6box 2folder 13
Pressbooks -- Islands in the Stream -- 3 copies (Oversize-see Box 3), 1970 series 6box 2folder 14
Pressbooks -- The Old Man and the Sea, 1952 series 6box 2folder 15
Pressbooks -- The Sun Also Rises (Oversize-see Box 3), 1957 series 6box 2folder 16
Programs -- African Wild Life [exhibition] -- benefit for World Wildlife Fund, 1967 series 6box 2folder 17
Programs -- Baker, Carlos -- Hemingway's Wastelanders -- seminar, 1952 series 6box 2folder 18
Programs -- Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra -- photocopy, 1945 series 6box 2folder 19
Programs -- A Creative Century, 1964 series 6box 2folder 20
Programs -- The Faces of Authorship -- University of Texas at Austin exhibition, 1969 series 6box 2folder 21
Programs -- For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1943 series 6box 2folder 22
Programs -- For Whom the Bell Tolls -- in Danish, undated series 6box 2folder 23
Programs -- Hub Arts Review, 1967 series 6box 2folder 24
Programs -- A Keepsake from the Fales Library -- New York University, 1966 series 6box 2folder 25
Programs -- Literary Landmarks of Princeton -- an exhibition in the Princeton University Library, 1967 series 6box 2folder 26
Programs -- The Old Man and the Sea, undated series 6box 2folder 27
Programs -- The Playbill for the Broadhurst Theater -- The Fifth Column, 1940 series 6box 2folder 28
Programs -- Quintanilla -- an exhibition of drawings of the war in Spain, 1938 series 6box 2folder 29
Programs -- Reese, Trevor -- Before I Wake, undated series 6box 2folder 30
Programs -- White, William -- Ernest Hemingway: Guide to a Memorial Exhibition, 1961 series 6box 2folder 31
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Boni and Liveright, 1925 series 6box 2folder 32
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Boni and Liveright, 1925 series 6box 2folder 33
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Thomas S. Klice Co., undated series 6box 2folder 34
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- The Literary Guild Preview, October 1966 series 6box 2folder 35
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Bob Marshall's Bookshop, 1955 series 6box 2folder 36
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Penguin Books News, July 1964 series 6box 2folder 37
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Penguin Books News, June 1966 series 6box 2folder 38
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Princeton University Press, 1967 series 6box 2folder 39
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- The Scribner Bookstore, Christmas 1940 series 6box 2folder 40
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- The Scribner Bookstore, undated series 6box 2folder 41
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- The Scribner Bookstore News, October 1929 series 6box 2folder 42
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Scribner Holiday Books, 1929-1930 series 6box 2folder 43
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933 series 6box 2folder 44
Publisher and Mail Order Catalogs -- War , undated series 6box 2folder 45
Reprints and Photocopies -- Fisher, Edward -- Letter to the Editor, 1967 series 6box 2folder 46
Reprints and Photocopies -- Hemingway, Ernest -- "The Capital of the World", undated series 6box 2folder 47
Reprints and Photocopies -- Hemingway, Ernest -- A Farewell to Arms -- Facsimile foundry proof, number 72 of 93 copies, undated series 6box 2folder 48
Reprints and Photocopies -- Hemingway, Ernest -- Oak Park and River Forest Township high school report card, 1917 series 6box 2folder 49
Reprints and Photocopies -- Hemingway, Ernest -- "Will you let these kids miss Santa Claus?", 1970 series 6box 2folder 50
Reprints and Photocopies -- Plimpton, George -- "The Art of Fiction XXI", 1958 series 6box 2folder 51
Tearsheets -- Advertising, 1950, 1954 series 6box 2folder 52
Tearsheets -- Magazine covers, 1950, 1956, 1961 series 6box 2folder 53
Travel Brochures and Maps -- Schruns, Montafon, Austria, 1969-1971 series 6box 2folder 54
Travel Brochures and Maps -- Walloon Lake, Michigan, undated series 6box 2folder 55
Posters -- A Farewell to Arms, 1949 series 6box 3folder 1
Posters -- The Gun Runners, 1958 series 6box 3folder 2
Posters -- The Killers, undated series 6box 3folder 3
Posters -- The Old Man and the Sea, 1958 series 6box 3folder 4
Posters -- Under My Skin, 1950 series 6box 3folder 5
Pressbooks -- For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1957 series 6box 3folder 6
Pressbooks -- For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1943 series 6box 3folder 7
Pressbooks -- The Gun Runners, 1958 series 6box 3folder 8
Pressbooks -- Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man, 1962 series 6box 3folder 9
Pressbooks -- Islands in the Stream -- 3 copies, 1970 series 6box 3folder 10
Pressbooks -- The Sun Also Rises, 1957 series 6box 3folder 11

Series 7: Art Work, Photographs, Audio Recordings, and Ephemera, 1932-1970 and undated (4.00 linear feet)

This series consists of mainly non-print material that C. E. Frazer Clark, Jr., collected, including audio recordings; ephemera; photographs; and art work. Some of the materials are directly related to Hemingway, but others are items inspired by Hemingway. This collection includes three audio recordings (LPs). One is an album of Hemingway, A Portrait in Sound published by CBC radio, and there are two copies of Ernest Hemingway Reading issued by Caedmon Records, Inc.

The single ephemera item is a cancelled check from Ernest Hemingway to long-time friend Evan Shipman for $150.

Photographs contain five black and white photographs of Hemingway at various ages.

There are posters for film adaptations of two of Hemingway's works.

Prints contain signed original woodcut illustrations by Helmut Ackermann of Hemingway's stories The Snows of Kilimanjaro and The Sun Also Rises. There is also a calendar by Helmut Ackermann with twelve illustrations of The Sun Also Rises and The Snows of Kilimanjaro. In addition, there are four drawings, inspired by The Old Man and The Sea, of "The Fish," "The Sea," "The Old Man-one," and "The Old Man-two" by Leonard Baskin, published by the AFI Gallery in New York City.

Within these categories, they are arranged alphabetically by the author's last name or by title.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Ephemera -- Hemingway, Ernest -- Cancelled check -- to Evan Shipman, 1932 series 7box 1folder 1
LP -- Hemingway, a portrait in sound -- CBC radio (Oversize), May 26, 1970 series 7box 1folder 2
LP -- Ernest Hemingway Reading -- Caedmon Records, Inc. (Oversize), 1965 series 7box 1folder 3
Photographs -- Ernest Hemingway -- photographs (5), undated series 7box 1folder 4
Prints -- Ackermann, Helmut -- Illustration -- a universe calendar (Oversize), 1970 series 7box 1folder 5
Prints -- Ackermann, Helmut -- The Snows of Kilimanjaro -- signed original woodcut of (Oversize), undated series 7box 1folder 6
Prints -- Ackermann, Helmut -- The Snows of Kilimanjaro -- signed original woodcut of (Oversize), undated series 7box 1folder 7
Prints -- Ackermann, Helmut -- The Sun Also Rises -- signed original woodcut of (Oversize), undated series 7box 1folder 8
Prints -- Baskin, Leonard -- drawings for Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea -- published by AFI Gallery (Oversize), undated series 7box 1folder 9

Related Material

Related materials can be found in the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, MA.; the University of Texas, Austin; the University of Virginia; and the University of Tulsa. The Libraries' Special Collections also hold the Audre Hanneman Papers and a manuscript and galley proofs for In Our Time can be found in the Albert Gross Papers.

For other related archival and manuscript collections, please see the following subject guides.

Separated Material

Originally among the contents of the University of Maryland Libraries' Hemingway Collection were copies of the serial publications This Quarter (1925-1932) and Transatlantic Review (1924), some of which included articles by Hemingway. These publications were transferred to the Libraries' Special Collections rare book holdings. An appendix lists these issues and indicates which contain work by Hemingway. Researchers can also search for the serials in the library catalog.

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