Beinecke Top Tens: Ernest Hemingway

February 23, 2013

Ernest Hemingway Top Ten

Photograph of Langston Hughes, Michael Koltyov, Ernest Hemingway, Nicolas Guillen, 1937, from the Langston Hughes Papers JWJ MSS 26

Typescript copy of A Moveable Feast in the Ernest Hemingway Collection, YCAL MSS 199, Box, Folder 8

In Our Time, Paris: Three Mountains Press, 1924.Inscribed to Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas: To the Godmothers Za H373 924 copy 1

Postcards to Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas. from the Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas Papers YCAL MSS 76

Letters to Ezra Pound (YCAL MSS 43, Box 22, Folders 955-8). Including a 1931 letter about hunting adventures, written despite a broken arm and fingers (Listen: American Letters Podcast Ernest Hemingway to Ezra Pound, 1931 – 3:26)

Promotional materials for Paramount Pictures: “For Whom the Bell Tolls” 1987 Folio 38

Letters to Robert McAlmon, Contact Editions Press, publisher of Hemingway’s first book, Three Stories and Ten Poems (1923), in the Robert McAlmon Papers YCAL MSS 293

Manuscript drafts of Mary Welsch Hemingways autobiography, How it Was, in the Mary Welsch Hemingway Papers (YCAL MSS 392)

Letters and photos in the Gerald and Sara Murphy Papers (YCAL MSS 468)

Lobby card for 1944 motion picture “To Have and Have Not” released by Warner Bros. Pictures, showing (from left) Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Marcel Dalio, and Dan Seymour. BrSides 2011 57

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