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Ernest Hemingway Collection, 1860-1965.

Author: Ernest HemingwayRuth ArnoldBenjamin Tyley BaileyMary Alice BaileyCarlos BarkerAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Holograph and typescript works, correspondence of family and friends, and works by associates, make up the bulk of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, 1860-1965.
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Genre/Form: Galley proofs
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Hemingway; Ruth Arnold; Benjamin Tyley Bailey; Mary Alice Bailey; Carlos Barker; Robert Morgan Brown; Carol Hemingway Gardner; Ernest Miller Hall; Leicester Campbell Hall; Clarence Edmonds Hemingway; Grace Hall Hemingway; Leicester Hemingway; Ursula Hemingway Jepson; Madelaine Hemingway Mainland; Lee Samuels; Marcelline Hemingway Sanford; North American Newspaper Alliance.
OCLC Number: 122598013
Description: 15 boxes (6.25 linear feet), 11 galley folders, 1 oversize folder.

Abstract:

Holograph and typescript works, correspondence of family and friends, and works by associates, make up the bulk of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, 1860-1965.

The Works Series is composed of holograph and typescript versions of articles, fiction, poems, and other works created by Hemingway over the course of his writing career. Of particular interest is the heavily edited holograph and typescript draft of Death in the Afternoon. Also present are several poems and a large collection of typescript articles written by Hemingway for the North American Newspaper Alliance during the Spanish Civil War.

The Correspondence Series, comprising the bulk of the collection, contains a small number of letters to and from Hemingway and a great number of letters from Hemingway's family members, including his parents and grandparents, whose correspondence dates back as far as 1877. The letters of friends and associates are also present, along with the correspondence of researchers, some of which was written after Hemingway's death.

The Works by other Authors Series is composed of poems, short stories, speeches, and theses by Hemingway's family and associates. A few items by Hemingway's antecedents date back as far as 1860. Robert Brown, Grace Hall Hemingway, John Pratt, and Philip Young, as well as others are all present in this section.

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