Clarke Historical Library
Central Michigan University

Finding aid for
Ernest Hemingway Collection

Finding aid created by
Marian Matyn

Summary Information
Title: Ernest Hemingway Collection,
Creator: Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.
Inclusive dates: 1901, 2014, and undated
Extent: 6 cubic feet (in 7 boxes, 7 Oversized folders, 4 reels in 4 boxes, and 53 framed items)
Abstract:
This artificial collection includes articles by or about Hemingway, movie posters and photographs, manuscript letters, printed and miscellaneous materials about Ernest Hemingway and his books, diaries of Ernest's uncle, George R. Hemingway, Jr., and the organizational records of the Michigan Hemingway Society.

Call number: MSS.
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
250 East Preston Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone: 989-774-3352
Fax: 989-774-2160
Email: clarke@cmich.edu
Website: http://clarke.cmich.edu


Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

Acc# many

Access Restrictions:

Ernest Hemingway Collection is open for research.

Copyright:

Some published materials in the collection are still under copyright.

Preferred Citation:

Ernest Hemingway Collection, 1901, 2006, and undated, Folder # , Box #, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University


Arrangement

The collection is divided into three series: materials by and about Ernest Hemingway, the diaries of his uncle, George R. Hemingway, Jr., and the organizational records of the Michigan Hemingway Society.


History

Biography:

Ernest Hemingway was born July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois, the son of Clarence E. Hemingway, a doctor, and Grace Hall-Hemingway, a musician and voice teacher. He had four sisters and a brother. Every summer, the family summered at the family cottage, named Windemere, on Walloon Lake near Petoskey, Michigan.

After Ernest graduated from high school in June 1917, he joined the Missouri Home Guard. Before it was called to active duty, he served as a volunteer ambulance driver for the American Red Cross. On July 8, 1918 Hemingway was wounded by an Austrian trench mortar. He spent the subsequent summer and fall recovering from his leg wounds in the Milan Red Cross hospital. In Europe, Hemingway met nurse Agnes Von Kurowsky. He thought they were engaged when he returned to the U.S. on January 21, 1919, but she broke off whatever relationship they had had in March 1919.

In January 1920, the city editor of the Toronto Star agreed to buy Hemingway’s stories on a piece by piece basis as they suited the paper. The paper regularly printed his features on dental schools, prizefights, free shaves, trout fishing, rum-running and, later, on Chicago gangsters. He returned to Chicago in May 1920.

In September 1921, Hemingway married Hadley Richardson at Horton Bay, Michigan. They had planned to live in Italy, but were advised by Sherwood Anderson that a would-be-writer should live in Paris. In January 1922, the couple moved into an apartment in Paris’ Latin Quarter.

The Hemingways later returned to Toronto, where Ernest found that the new editor of the Star did not like him. His first assignment upon his return was to cover a prison escape. He used one prisoner as the basis for his male, loner, anti-social characters, which later appeared in a number of his stories.

Hemingway’s first son, John Hadley Nicanor, was born in Toronto in October 1923.

Furious with his editor, Hemingway returned to Paris in January 1924, living near Ezra Pound. His mentors and friends in Paris included Pound, Sylvia Beach, and Gertrude Stein. Through these three writers, he got to know every expatriate American writer and new artists in Paris. Hemingway developed an appreciation for the insider, the man who knew the language, food and customs of foreign countries.

Between 1924 and 1929, Hemingway rose from obscurity to being one of the best-known American writers of his generation. His publications in those years included In our time (1925), his breakthrough novel, (The) Sun also rises (1926), Men without women (1927), and (A) Farewell to arms (1929). He spent his summers in Spain following bullfights and his winters skiing in Switzerland, with Paris as his base.

Hadley divorced Ernest in April 1927. She received lifelong rights to the income from (The) Sun also rises. Hemingway then married Pauline Pfeiffer, with whom he had had an affair for over a year, in May 1927.

Ernest and Pauline returned to the U.S. for the cesarean birth of their son, Patrick, who was born in 1928. Also in 1928, Ernest’s father, Clarence Hemingway, committed suicide.

Pauline and Ernest enjoyed Key West fishing and Wyoming dude ranches. After a year of living in and out of Paris, they moved back to Key West in 1930.

In 1930, the sale of the film rights to (A) Farewell to arms brought Hemingway $24,000. Besides that, they lived on Pauline’s trust fund and Ernest’s income from writing. Her wealthy uncle, Augustus Pfeiffer, paid for their home in Key West and their African safari. Pauline and Ernest’s second son, Gregory, was born in 1931. Hemingway also was paid for his book, Death in the afternoon (1932).

During the 1930s, Hemingway wrote Winner takes nothing (1933), Green hills of Africa (1935), several short stories, and a series of personal essays called “Letters” for Esquire magazine. In September 1937 he reported on the Spanish Civil War in Madrid. In October 1937, Hemingway was featured on the cover of Time magazine and wrote To have and have not. Hemingway also wrote a narrative to the film (The) Spanish earth and wrote his only play, (The) Fifth column (1938).

By February 1939, his marriage to Pauline was essentially over. He had an affair with Martha Gellhorn since 1937. Hemingway moved to Havana and began For whom the bell tolls. On December 24, 1939, Ernest and Martha moved to La Finca Vigia, a house with property outside of Havana. There, he finished For whom the bell tolls, which was released to ecstatic reviews on October 21, 1940. Four days later Paramount Pictures offered Hemingway $100,000 for the film rights. In early November 1940, Pauline’s divorce suit against Ernest on the grounds of desertion was granted. He married Martha Gellhorn a few weeks later.

During World War II, Hemingway suffered with the beginning of severe depression and had a long block in his writing ability. Except for writing an introduction of Men at war (1942) he wrote nothing until 1944. In April 1944 he began work as a war correspondent for Collier’s, displacing Martha. By late May 1944 Hemingway’s marriage to Martha was basically over and he met Mary Welsh Monks, soon to be his fourth wife.

Between June and December 1944, Hemingway deliberately put himself in dangerous positions. He went aboard a landing craft on D-Day, June 6. He twice flew on Royal Air Force missions intercepting German rockets and led a group of French irregulars and unattached GIs towards the liberation of Paris and the Ritz Bar. Two of his essays were published in Collier’s.

In 1945 Hemingway returned to New York and Cuba. Mary joined him in May. In September he sued Martha for divorce on the grounds of desertion. In November the sale of two of his stories for movie rights brought him $112,000.

Hemingway married Mary Welsh Monks in Havana in March 1946. In 1947, he was diagnosed with high blood pressure. From that time forward, Hemingway fought hypertension, diabetes, depression, paranoia, and perhaps hemochromatosis. He also began work on a trilogy, Islands, Garden of Eden, and (A) Moveable feast.

From September 1948 through April 1949, the Hemingways lived in northern Italy. There, he became infatuated with an eighteen-year-old beauty, Adriana Ivancich. Mary tolerated it. In late April the Hemingways returned to Cuba. He wrote Across the river and into the trees (1950), about a dying American colonel and a teenage Venetian beauty. It received overwhelmingly negative reviews. By late 1950 Ivancich and her mother were visiting Finca. Mary wanted out of the marriage, but stayed in it.

In 1951 Hemingway complete the first draft of (The) Old man and the sea and the Islands manuscript.

Grace Hall-Hemingway died in June 1951 and Pauline Hemingway in October 1951. The combination of these deaths was difficult for Hemingway to handle.

Life paid him $40,000 for serial rights and sold five million copies of its September 1, 1952 issue containing (The) Old man and the sea. Scribners sold out 40,000 first run copies of the novella. In April 1953, a film crew arrived in Havana to film the epic. In May, Hemingway was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for the book.

In June, Ernest and Mary left Havana for Europe and Africa. After surviving a nearly fatal plane crash, the Hemingways recuperated in Venice. In June 1954, they returned to Havana. In October, Hemingway learned that he had been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, but due to ill health, he could not travel to Stockholm.

From 1955 to 1961 Hemingway suffered increasing bad health, and paranoia-ridden depression. He wrote steadily on his trilogy. In January 1959, the Batista government fell to the Castro revolution. The Hemingways, on vacation in the U.S., bought a house in Ketchum, Idaho, from which he could watch the revolution on television.

In 1959, Ernest returned to Spain to cover the bullfights. His mood shifts frightened his wife and bewildered his friends. His health worsened. In November 1960 Hemingway entered Mayo Clinic to be treated for hypertension, an enlarged liver, paranoia, and severe depression. He received shock treatments. By late April 1961 Hemingway had twice attempted suicide.

On July 2, 1961 he blew his head off. Hemingway was survived by his wife, two of his ex-wives, and his three sons. (This information is from American National Biography Online).


Collection Scope and Content Note

Materials by and about Ernest Hemingway in the collection include numerous periodicals with Articles by or about Hemingway, his books, and movies based on his books; numerous Movie Posters; other Posters of Hemingway, his homes, books, or exhibits about him; Photographs (copies), mostly from movies based on his books and some from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library; the (Film) ‘Adventures of a Young Man’, undated (4 reels): Manuscript Correspondence, four Letters written by Hemingway, one to Jim Gamble written on April 18 and 27, 1919, one dated Oct. 28, 1919 to Ernest's father, Dr. Clarence Hemingway (framed), one dated Nov. 12, 1919 to his mother, Mrs. Grace H. Hemingway (framed), and one dated 2 Feb. 1960 to his son, J. H. N. Hemingway, as well as copies of two letters written by Hemingway to Owen Wister dated March 1 and 11, 1929 (the originals are in the Library of Congress). Brochures; Advertisements; Exhibit Brochures; Postcards; Auction Catalogs; Sheet Music; Miscellaneous materials. Biographical Information (copies) and ramed Items for exhibits, including posters, photographs, and other materials.

Of particular interest is the first letter (original six p., and a copy) written by Hemingway on April 18 and 27, 1919 to his friend Jim Gamble, the Proctor and Gamble heir, detailing his desire to write even though submissions for publication were rejected, his dashed hopes for marriage, his hunger for recognition, his love of northern Michigan and trout fishing, and notes about people whose company he enjoyed while staying at Windemere Cottage, near Petoskey, Michigan. During this time, Hemingway was recovering from war wounds and a broken heart. The letter is typed with his signature. Included with the letter are copies of two Hemingway letters to Owen Wister, March 1 (6 p.) and 11 (5 p.), 1929, copied from the Library of Congress, and a letter to Henry M. Watts from Theodore Voorhees, December 11, 1979, concerning the copied letters. (Note: This letter is housed separately from the rest of the collection.)

The second manuscript letter is written by Ernest to “Dear Dad”, dated October 28. This letter is framed behind glass, and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity by Ernest Hemingway Mainland dated June 25, 2007. The letter is typed with a signature and handwritten P.S. There are notations on the bottom of the letter “Rec’d 10/31/[1]919 and ans.[wered] 11/1/[1]919 CH [Clarence Hemingway]. The letter is two pages on one sheet of paper, which is folded in half. As framed, p. 1 is on top and p. 2 is underneath and upside down compared to p. 1. In the letter, Ernest notes he had a hard trip up the Missouri to Petoskey, when he traveled to Boyne City to visit Wesley, and that with his “typer” he is leaving Thursday for Petoskey. Ernest also notes that he is working on the “Woppian Way” and has read several books. (Note: This letter is framed and housed separately from the rest of the collection.)

The third letter (original two p. and envelope) written by Hemingway on November 11, 1919, mailed the following day, to his mother, Mrs. Grace H. Hemingway in Oak Park, Illinois, from Petoskey, Michigan. In this letter, Ernest notes how he has been very ill with a bad sore throat, notes Armistice Day, his prayers for the dead, complains of President Wilson robbing the “wops” and mentions Fiume. [Fiume was given to Yugoslavia from Italy.]He notes it is a lovely day, the linotypers are on strike so eastern magazines are not accepting articles, that he sent an article to the Post, that he is reading and working a lot, mentions the Bumps, and sends love to his family. (Note: This letter is framed and housed separately from the rest of the collection.)

The fourth letter from Ernest at Finca Vigia, Cuba, is addressed to his son “Dear Bum,” J. H. N. Hemingway in San Francisco, dated 8 February 1960. It is the only handwritten letter and is accompanied by the envelope, which is also handwritten. In the letter Ernest thanks Bun for his letter, and asks him to check on Christmas gifts, which have not yet arrived, and several addresses. Ernest notes he is very busy working on a piece about bull fights and Death in the Afternoon. He also notes that Mary’s arm is improving with massage and therapy.

Diaries (12), 1938, 1951, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., Ernest’s uncle, are also included in the collection. George worked as a representative of the Charlevoix Country Nursery and lived, with his wife, Anna, in East Jordan, Michigan. (This information is from the collection.)

The organizational records, 1990-present, of the Michigan Hemingway Society, including Articles of Incorporations, By-laws, goals and objectives, celebration and conference materials, meeting minutes, financial statements, and other related materials, complete the collection.

While the majority of the collection is in English, some of the movie posters are in French, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Polish, and other languages.

A later addition (Acc# 73683) is three folders donated by Pat Davis. These include 2012 copies of six photographs or postcards of Horton Bay, mainly buildings and scenic views, Correspondence to Wesley about Ernest and Marcelline being in school, 1905, and to Mrs. Dilworth, announcing Ernest’s engagement, 1921, and sheet music, Song of Welcome, by Grace Hall-Hemingway, 1905. Also included is an announcement card that Dr. Clarence E. Hemingway moved his office to 221 Grove Avenue, 1905.The last folder includes newspaper clippings (copies) of Pat Davis, Dilworth House, and how life when Hemingway was there.

User Note: The collection has a decidedly musty to lightly moldy smell and patrons with allergies or breathing problems should use the collection with care.

Processing Note: Most of the numerous books that came to the Clarke with the collection have been cataloged. Those few books for which no catalog record could be found have been added to this manuscript collection.

Subject Terms

    Subjects:
    • Michigan Hemingway Society.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Biography.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Correspondence.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Criticism and Interpretation.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Exhibitions.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Farewell to arms.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--For whom the bell tolls.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Homes and haunts--Cuba--Havana--Pictorial works.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Homes and haunts--Florida--Key West--Pictorial works.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Moveable feast.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Old man and the sea.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Pictorial works.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Portraits--Exhibitions.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Sun also rises.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961--Correspondence.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.
    • Authors, American--20th century.
    • War and society--United States--History--20th century.
    • World War, 1914-1918--Veterans.
    • Petoskey (Mich.)--History.
    • Hemingway family.
    • Michigan Hemingway Society.
    • Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Ernest Hemingway Collection [series]:
    Box   1 F   1
    Biographical Information, 2003
    Box   1 F   2
    Advertisements for, At the Hemingways, 1999
    Box   1 F   3
    Advertisements for, (The) Complete stories of Ernest Hemingway, the Finca Vigia edition, 1988
    Box   1 F   4
    Advertisements for, (The) Dangerous summer, undated
    Box   1 F   5
    Advertisements for, Ernest Hemingway Collection, Thomasville Furniture Industries, Inc., 1999
    Box   1 F   6
    Advertisements for, Ernest Hemingway Reading (album), 1986
    Box   1 F   7
    Advertisements for, Harry’s Bar and American Grill, 1984
    Box   1 F   8
    Advertisements for, Hemingway (a biography), by Kenneth S. Lynn, 1987
    Box   1 F   9
    Advertisements for, Hemingway at auction, 1930-1973, undated
    Box   1 F   10
    Advertisements for, Hemingway in northern Michigan, undated
    Box   1 F   11
    Advertisements for, Hemingway jacket, in Willis and Geiger catalog, 1997
    Box   1 F   12
    Advertisements for, Hemingway, up in Michigan perspectives, and Hemingway, seven decades of criticism, 1998
    Box   1 F   13
    Advertisements for, Hemingway’s Adventures of a young man, undated
    Box   1 F   14
    Advertisements for, Paramount Press Book and Advertising Manual, 1976
    Box   1 F   15
    Advertisements for, Remembering Ernest Hemingway, 1999
    Box   1 F   16
    Advertising for, Richler, Mordecai. (The) Garden of Eden; Diehl, Digby. Behind the scenes in (The) Garden of Eden, 1986
    Box   1 F   17
    Advertising for, True Gen: an intimate portrait of Hemingway by those who knew him, by Denis Brian, 1988
    Box   1 F   18
    Advertisements for, Up in Michigan (videotape), undated
    Box   1 F   19
    Advertisements for, Videos about Ernest Hemingway, 1998
    Box   1 F   20
    Advertisements for, Windemere Cottage (real estate ads), 1988, undated
    Box   1 F   21
    Articles by Hemingway, (An) African betrayal, in Sports Illustrated, May 1986
    Box   1 F   22
    Articles by Hemingway, (An) African betrayal, in Literary Cavalcade, October 1986
    Box   1 F   23
    Articles by Hemingway, After the storm, 1932
    Box   1 F   24
    Articles by Hemingway, (The) Circus, in Barnum Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus Magazine and Program, 1953
    Box   1 F   25
    Articles by Hemingway, For whom the bell tolls, in Coronet, September 1943
    Box   1 F   26
    Articles by Hemingway, Green hills of Africa, in Argosy, the Complete Man's Magazine, June 1954
    Box   1 F   27
    Articles by Hemingway, Green hills of Africa, Part VII..., in Scribner's, v. XCVIII, no. 5, November 1935
    Box   1 F   28
    Articles by Hemingway, Great blue river, in True, the Man's Magazine, April 1955
    Box   1 F   29
    Articles by Hemingway, Homage to Switzerland, in Scribner’s, v. XCIII, no. 4, April 1933
    Box   1 F   30
    Articles by Hemingway, Indian camp, in Transatlantic Review, (Literary Supplement III), April 1924
    Box   1 F   31
    Articles by Hemingway, (The) Short happy life of Francis Macomber, in Cosmopolitan, v. 123, No. 1, October 1947
    Box   1 F   32
    Articles by Hemingway, Who is Sydney Franklin?, in True, the Man’s Magazine, June 1960
    Box   1 F   33
    Articles, Other: Horton Creek Preserve established, 2001
    Box   1 F   34
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Baker, Carlos. Hemingway: living, loving, dying (Part 1), 1969
    Box   1 F   35
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Baker, Carlos. Hemingway: living, loving, dying (Part 2, 1969
    Box   1 F   36
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Bawer. Bruce. Hemingway before Paris, 1985
    Box   1 F   37
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Benson, Jackson J. and Simon, Linda. Hemingway the hunter and Steinbeck the farmer, 1985
    Box   1 F   38
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Birkerts, Sven. Papa, 1999
    Box   1 F   39
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Boal, Sam. (The) Old man and the truth, a brilliant look at Ernest Hemingway, 1959
    Box   1 F   40
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Braum, Bob. Historic houses: Ernest Hemingway, memories of literary creativity in Key West, 1981
    Box   1 F   41
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Burke, Jackson. Hemingway hard-boiled hero!, 1955
    Box   1 F   42
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Buske, Morris. Dad, are we there yet?, 1999
    Box   1 F   43
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Chippi, Erica. Hemingway was here…, 2003
    Box   1 F   44
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Doherty, Jim. Hemingway’s river, 1984
    Box   1 F   45
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Drye, Willie. House of Hemingway, 1996
    Box   1 F   46
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway: rogue of distinction, 1958
    Box   1 F   47
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, (Esky column) Ernest Hemingway would have turned 100…, 1999
    Box   1 F   48
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway’s True at first light; Greer, Herb. True at dusk; Gerard, Philip. Facing eternity alone, 1999
    Box   1 F   49
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Gazette (Elk Rapids, Michigan), v. 4, no. 10, (several articles), October 15, 1993
    Box   1 F   50
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Giovannini, Joseph. Hemingway in Cuba: the author’s Moveable feast at the Finca Vigia, 1996
    Box   1 F   51
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Grauer, Neil A. Remembering Papa, 1999
    Box   1 F   52
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Happy 100, Hemingway, 1999
    Box   1 F   53
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Happy 100th, Papa!, 1999
    Box   1 F   54
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hayes, Lisa. Friends with Ernest, 2003
    Box   1 F   55
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Heidelberg, Paul. Yesterday, 1985
    Box   1 F   56
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway, Edward. (The) Grandson knocks back four daiquiris at El Floridita, 2001
    Box   1 F   57
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway, Mary, “My husband Ernest Hemingway”, 1966
    Box   1 F   58
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway, Mary, To Parajiso with Papa and ‘Pila’, [after 1961]
    Box   1 F   59
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Jobst, Jack. Gone fishin’, 1995
    Box   1 F   60
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Jobst, Jack. Hemingway in Seney, 1990
    Box   1 F   61
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Kazin, Alfred. Hemingway and Fitzgerald: the cost of being American, 1984
    Box   1 F   62
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Lenfestey, Jim. Fox River revisited, 1999
    Box   1 F   63
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Lyons, Nick. Hemingway’s many hearted Fox River, 1997
    Box   1 F   64
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, M., T. Hemingway’s road: some trips are greater than others, 1999
    Box   1 F   65
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Mallin, Jay. Hemingway: America’s No. 1 he-man, 1956
    Box   1 F   66
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Martin, Rebecca. On the road to discovering Hemingway; Reisig, Greg. Horton Bay: a Hemingway time capsule; Wilson, Michael. Hemingway Society, 1993
    Box   1 F   67
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, McConnell, Frank. Hemingway: stalking Papa’s ghost, 1986
    Box   1 F   68
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, McDonell, Terry. Looking for Hemingway, 1999
    Box   1 F   69
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Mudd, Kevin. Collecting UK editions of Ernest Hemingway, 1992
    Box   1 F   70
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Oates, Joyce Carol. Was Hemingway a man’s man?..., 1984
    Box   1 F   71
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, O’Brien, Bill. Ernest Hemingway: sportsman, 1951
    Box   1 F   72
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Oh to be poor in Paris, 1966
    Box   1 F   73
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Parker, Ken. Hemingway haunts: tour of his colorful north, 1983
    Box   1 F   74
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Paterson, Kenneth H. Hemingway’s Cuba, 1999
    Box   1 F   75
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Plummer, William. Papa comes in from the critical cold at Hemingway revival in balmy Key West, 1985
    Box   1 F   76
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Prescott, Helen. Hemingway’s Michigan, 1985
    Box   1 F   77
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Roberts, MacLean. (An) afternoon with Papa Hemingway, 1957
    Box   1 F   78
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Ross, Lillian. Hemingway told me things, notes on ten years of correspondence, 1999
    Box   1 F   79
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Rybovich, John. Clash of the Titans, circa 1982
    Box   1 F   80
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Scalzo, Jim. Hemingway’s Cuba, 1997
    Box   1 F   81
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Simon, Jane. Wisps of Hemingway, 2002
    Box   1 F   82
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Steele, Lori Hall. Hemingway’s Windemere, 1997
    Box   1 F   83
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Stevens, Stuart. (A) fine line: Hemingway’s works reveal the likeness of skiing then and now, 1986
    Box   1 F   84
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Swift, E.M. In the country he loved, 198?
    Box   1 F   85
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Swoyer, Megan. On Hemingway’s trail, 1999
    Box   1 F   86
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, West, Ben. (The) Secret life of Ernest Hemingway, 1956
    Box   1 F   87
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Whitfield, Ellis. Hemingway: el hombre (in Spanish), 1953
    Box   1 F   88
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Who the hell is Ernest Hemingway?, 1956
    Box   1 F   89
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Write from your heart, 1999
    Box   1 F   90
    Auction Catalogs, Christie’s-Ernest Hemingway, including recently discovered manuscript, May 19, 2000
    Box   1 F   91
    Auction Catalogs, R. M. Smythe-Ernest Hemingway, “Out of the Lyon’s Den”, 1996
    Box   1 F   92
    Auction Catalogs, Sotheby’s [catalog]- Hemingway, Ernest, letter to Marcelline, and other items, July 1937, December 10, 2003
    Box   2 F   1
    Book-of-the-Month Club, Correspondence re: For whom the bell tolls, January 6, 1941
    Box   2 F   2
    Book Reviews of, For whom the bell tolls, 1940
    Box   2 F   3
    Book Reviews of, (The) Garden of Eden, 1986
    Box   2 F   4
    Brochures, Key West, Florida, 1984, undated
    Box   2 F   5
    Brochures, Oak Park, Illinois, undated
    Box   2 F   6
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1938
    Box   2 F   7
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1941
    Box   2 F   8
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1942, 1944
    Box   2 F   9
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1945
    Box   2 F   10
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1946-1947
    Box   2 F   11
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1948-1949
    Box   2 F   12
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1950-1951
    Box   2 F   13
    Diaries, of George R. Hemingway, Jr., 1952 (mostly empty)
    Box   2 F   14
    Donor Correspondence, July 10, 19, 1985; August 3, 1998; October, December 2003
    Box   2 F   15
    Dust Jacket (facsimilie) for (The) Torrents of spring, 1928
    Box   2 F   16
    Exhibit Brochures, Celebrate the Hemingway centennial at the Kennedy Library; Kennedy Library Newsletter, April 8-11, 1999; 1998
    Box   2 F   17
    Exhibit Brochures, Exhibition of landscapes by Grace Hall Hemingway, Little Traverse History Museum, July 21-September 16, 2001
    Box   2 F   18
    Exhibit Brochures, Picturing Hemingway: a writer in his time, National Portrait Gallery, June 8-November 7, 1999
    Box   2 F   19
    Exhibit Photographs, Reception for Hemingway in Michigan, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University, October 17, 2003
    Box   2 F   20
    Galley Proof, Hemingway in Cuba, by Hilary Hemingway and Charles Brennen, 2002
    Box   2 F   21
    Hemingway Society, National Conference at Traverse City, Michigan, Brochures, Materials, September-October 1983
    Box   2 F   22
    Ketchum, Spencer, Editorial Projects on Ernest and Sunny Hemingway, related clippings and correspondence; letter from Ernest Mainland and Photograph of Sunny Hemingway Mainland, 1987-2003; 1995
    Box   2 F   23
    Little Traverse Historical Society, Hemingway and Windemere Tour, Tickets and Brochure, 1995
    Box   2 F   24
    Manuscripts, Correspondence, Letter from Ernest to “Dear Dad”, October 28, 1919. Framed with certificate of Authenticity signed by Ernest Hemingway Mainland, June 25, 2007. (This letter is housed separately from the rest of the collection.), October 28, 1919; June 25, 2007
    Box   2 F   25
    Manuscripts, Correspondence, Letter from Ernest to his friend Jim Gamble, April 18 and 27, 1919. (This letter is housed separately from the rest of the collection.), April 18, 27, 1919
    Box   2 F   26
    Manuscripts, Correspondence, Letter by Ernest to his son J. H. N. Hemingway, August 2, 1960 (and envelope)., August 2, 1960
    Box   2 F   27
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Articles of Incorporation; By-laws; Goals and Objectives, 1993, 1995, 2007; 2000; undated
    Box   2 F   28
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Birth Centennial Celebration, Brochures, Public Relations Materials, July 22-25, 1999
    Box   2 F   29
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Birth Centennial Celebration, Tote Bag, Cards, July 22-25, 1999
    Box   2 F   30
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Board Archives (CDs of Email, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous) (moved to Box 7 due to growth rate of folder), 2003-2006, 2008-2011
    Box   2 F   31
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, etc., 1990-1998
    Box   2 F   32
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, etc., 1999
    Box   2 F   33
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, etc., 2000-2003 (Scattered)
    Box   2 F   34
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Financial Statements, 1996-2006
    Box   2 F   35
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Hemingway Conference, Packet; Brochure, 2003; 2005
    Box   2 F   36
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Photographs [Conference, Horton Bay and Petoskey, Michigan, tours], 1994
    Box   2 F   37
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Photographs and Negatives [Conference], 1996
    Box   2 F   38
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Photographs and Negatives [Conference], 1997
    Box   2 F   39
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Photographs and Negatives [Conference], 1998, undated
    Box   2 F   40
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Photographs [Conference, Horton Bay, Michigan], 1999
    Box   2 F   41
    Movie Press Kit for '(The) Old man and the sea', undated
    Box   2 F   42
    Movie Programs (7, in Swedish), undated
    Box   2 F   43
    Movie Promotion Material, for ‘For whom the bell tolls’, 1943, Copies from Hemingway Family Scrapbooks?, undated
    Box   2 F   44
    Movie Promotion Material, for ‘For whom the bell tolls’, 1943, Copies from the John F. Kennedy Library (3), undated
    Box   2 F   45
    Movie Promotion Material, for ‘For whom the bell tolls’, 1943, Copy from Book World, 1969, of Ernest, Marcelline, Ursula, and Sunny with Owen S. White in 1911, with Madelaine Hemingway Miller’s signature (very acidic), 1969
    Box   2 F   46
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘Adventures of a young man’, 1962
    Box   2 F   47
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘Breaking point’, 1950
    Box   2 F   48
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘(A) Farewell to arms’, [1932]
    Box   2 F   49
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘For whom the bell tolls’, [1943]
    Box   2 F   50
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘In Love and war’, 1996
    Box   2 F   51
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘(The) Killers’, 1964
    Box   2 F   52
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘(The) Macomber affair’, 1946
    Box   2 F   53
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘(The) Old man and the sea’, [1958]
    Box   3 F   1
    Movie Promotion Material, of Stars, Premier of '(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro', circa 1952
    Box   3 F   2
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘To have and have not’, [1944]
    Box   3 F   3
    Movie Promotion Material, from the movies of, ‘Under my skin’, 1950
    Box   3 F   4
    Movie Promotion Material, Of Capital of the World (a bull-fight ballet), undated
    Box   3 F   5
    Photographs of Ernest Hemingway, 1927, 1937, circa 1930s, 1953, circa 1956
    Box   3 F   6
    Photographs of Horton Bay (22), and Digitized Photographs (2 items) and Map (Ohle Photographs), circa 19-20th centuries, undated
    Box   3 F   7
    Photographs, [Miscellaneous], undated
    Box   3 F   8
    Play, Lovely Walloona, conflict at the Hemingways, by Morris Buske, 1992
    Box   3 F   9
    Play Program, (A) Summer with Hemingway’s twin, by Lucia deView, 2001
    Box   3 F   10
    Playbills, (The) Fifth column; Papa, 1940; 1988
    Box   3 F   11
    Postcards, Hemingway-Pfieffer Museum and Educational Center; Oak Park, Illinois, home; School, Seney, Michigan, 1999; undated; 1912
    Box   3 F   12
    Postage Stamps (20-25 cent stamps); 1st day issue, Cancelled; 3 cent stamps (Cuban), undated
    Box   3 F   13
    Screenplay of E. H.’s Adventures of a young man, by A. E. Hotchner, First Draft, May 29, 1961
    Box   3 F   14
    Sheet Music, (A) Farewell to arms, by Allie Wrubel and Abner Silver, 1933
    Box   3 F   15
    Term Paper, Larson, Marion Kraft. Yes, I knew Ernest Hemingway, 1972
    Box   3 F   16
    Theatre Program, incluedes "(The) Killers", 1964
    Box   3 F   17
    Tourism Literature, This week in Paris, November 9-16, 1928
    Box   3 F   18
    Video, 2003, of ‘Adventures of a young man’ (1962 movie), 2003
    Box   4 F   1
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], 1960s
    Box   4 F   2
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], 1970s
    Box   4 F   3
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], 1980s
    Box   4 F   4
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], 1990s
    Box   4 F   5
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], 2001-2002
    Box   4 F   6
    Newspaper Clippings (copies) [on top due to size], undated
    Box   4 F   7
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “Bimini”, Esquire, October 1970
    Box   4 F   8
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “(The) Cardinal picks a winner”, Ken, v. 1, no. 3, May 5th, 1938
    Box   4 F   9
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Dangerous summer, (Part 1 of 3, introduction, and editor’s note, 3 copies), Life, September 5th, 1960
    Box   4 F   10
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Dangerous summer, (Part 2 of 3, 2 copies), Life, September 12, 1960
    Box   4 F   11
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Dangerous summer, (Part 3 of 3, 2 copies), Life, September 19, 1960
    Box   4 F   12
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “Dying badly”, Ken, v. 1, no. 2, September 21, 1938
    Box   4 F   13
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Garden of Eden; and article re: Burgess, Anthony. (The) Joys of a new marriage, Life, June 1986
    Box   4 F   14
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Great blue river, Holiday, v. 6, no.1, July 1949
    Box   4 F   15
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, H. M.’s loyal state department, Ken, v. 1, no. 6, June 16, 1938
    Box   4 F   16
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “Horns of the bull”, Esquire, June 1936
    Box   4 F   17
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “I disavow any responsibility” Part II (concluding the Christmas gift), Life, May 4, 1954
    Box   4 F   18
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Killers, Life, September 2, 1946
    Box   4 F   19
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “London fights the robots”, Colliers, August 19, 1944
    Box   4 F   20
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, “Notes of dangerous game: the third Tangayika letter”, Esquire, July 1934
    Box   4 F   21
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, (The) Old man and the sea, (2 copies), Life, September 1, 1952
    Box   4 F   22
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles by Hemingway, Safari, 1954; and Behind the scenes, (2 copies), Look, January 26, 1954
    Box   4 F   23
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Atkins, John. Hemingway and the --American novel; --Motion picture; --Great outdoors; --Old man and the sea; From the wisdom of Ernest Hemingway, (2 copies), 1958
    Box   4 F   24
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Campoamor, Fernando. El viejoy y el mar, ((The) Old man and the sea, in Spanish), 1957
    Box   4 F   25
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Cowley, Malcolm. A Portrait of Mister Papa, 1949
    Box   4 F   26
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Downes, Robert. (A) Hemingway encounter, April 2004
    Box   4 F   27
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Gatti, Armand. Hemingway: le viel homme et aeon coeuer (in French), 1959
    Box   4 F   28
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway, Mary. (A) Personal story, 1961
    Box   4 F   29
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway, Mary. (A) Sentimental safari; and Hunt, George P., How we got to know the Hemingways, 1963
    Box   4 F   30
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway (Photographic essay); MacLesh, Archibald. His mirror was danger; and editor’s note, (3 copies), 1961
    Box   4 F   31
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hemingway’s old man and his movie epic, 1958
    Box   4 F   32
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, His new book: “A Moveable feast”; Hunt, George P. How Hemingway wrote “A Moveable feast”, 1964
    Box   4 F   33
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hotchner, A. E. Papa Hemingway, (Part 1 of 3), 1966
    Box   4 F   34
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hotchner, A. E. Papa Hemingway, (Part 2 of 3), 1966
    Box   4 F   35
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Hotchner, A. E. Papa Hemingway, (Part 3 of 3), 1966
    Box   4 F   36
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Lockhart, Lloyd. Dropping in on Hemingway; (The) Old man lands biggest catch, 1958; 1954
    Box   4 F   37
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, (Private Lives column), 1937
    Box   4 F   38
    Ledger-size magazines with Articles re: (about) Hemingway, (A) Visit with Hemingway, 1956
    Box   4 F   39
    Sheet Music, Lovely Walloona, words and music by Grace Hall-Hemingway (3 copies), 1901
    Box   5 F   1
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Ernest Hemingway, As an Adult (37), 2008
    Box   5 F   2
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Ernest Hemingway, And Friends (14), 2008
    Box   5 F   3
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Ernest Hemingway, In Uniform (3), 2008
    Box   5 F   4
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Ernest Hemingway, As a Young Boy (8), 2008
    Box   5 F   5
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Hadley Hemingway (5), 2008
    Box   5 F   6
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Hemingway Family (14), 2008
    Box   5 F   7
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Hemingway Homes, Cabins, and Related Buildings (24), 2008
    Box   5 F   8
    Photographs (2008 copies) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Hemingway Miscellaneous, Automobiles, Streams, Road, etc. (13), 2008
    Box   5 F   9
    Pat Davis, Correspondence and Sheet music, Grace Hall-Hemingway, Clarence Hemingway, 1905, 1921
    Box   5 F   10
    Pat Davis, Newspaper Clippings (copies), Hemingway, Dilworth House, Pat, undated
    Box   5 F   11
    Pat Davis, Photographs, 6 (copies), Horton Bay, Michigan, 2012
    Box   6 F   1
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, (CD), File Names, 2012
    Box   6 F   2
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Pre-1994-2005, 2012
    Box   6 F   3
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, 2005 (folder 1 of 3), 2012
    Box   6 F   4
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, 2005 (folder 2 of 3), 2012
    Box   6 F   5
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, 2005 (folder 3 of 3), 2012
    Box   6 F   6
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Index of 2012 files, Conference Int’l, 2012
    Box   6 F   7
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Index of 2012 files, Conference Int’l, 2012, 2012
    Box   6 F   8
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Pre-MHS-IHS, 2012
    Box   6 F   9
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Women DVD, MHS, 2012, Incorporation Documents, 1993-1995, 2007, 2009, Mailing Lists, 2010, 2012
    Box   6 F   10
    Michigan Hemingway Society, Archives, Documents and Correspondence, Printouts, Hemingway Review, Spring 2012, Ruebelman, Scrivener, Tour MHS, 2012
    Box   7 F   1
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Daniello, Vincent. Aboard Pilar with Papa, 2014
    Box   7 F   2
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, King, Richard. Hemingway’s sharks, 2014
    Box   7 F   3
    Articles re: (about) Hemingway, Pike, Bill. Tribute to an old man, 2011
    Box   7 F   4
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2003-2004
    Box   7 F   5
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2005
    Box   7 F   6
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2006-2007
    Box   7 F   7
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2008-2009
    Box   7 F   7
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2008-2009
    Box   7 F   8
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), no 2012, 2010-2011
    Box   7 F   9
    Michigan Hemingway Society. Board Archives (Financials, Minutes, By-laws, Miscellaneous, Prints, CDs, moved from Box 2 due to growth rate of folder), 2013-
    Box   8 F   1
    Film, ‘Adventures of a young man’, undated, 16 mm film (4 reels in 4 boxes), undated
    F   1  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #1, Stamp, Photogrpah, Stage Adaption of "(A) Farewell to arms," 11x14 inches Elissa Landis, Glenn Anders, 1930
    F   1  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #1, Stamp, 1st day issue of Key West, Florida, Cancelled Stamp, Matted, (Stamp 8x11 inches, with mat 12x16 inches), undated
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘Adventures of a young man’, posters #1-8, 1962
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘A Bout Portant (‘(The) Killers’ in French), posters #1-4, 6-7, 1964
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘(A) Farewell to arms’, posters #1-8, 1957
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘For whom the bell tolls’, poster #7, 1957
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘(The) Gun runners’, posters #2-8, 1959
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches, ‘(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro’, posters #2-5, 7-8, 1952
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Posters, Lobby Cards, each in color and measuring 11x14 inches ‘(The) Sun also rises’, poster #1, 1957
    F   2  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #2, Movie Advertisement, "(The) Macomber affair', 1946
    F   3  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #3, Posters not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway y Cuba Posters, by Instituto Cubano del Libro, black and white, 11.5x16.5 inches, Two men on a bridge, undated
    F   3  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #3, Posters not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway y Cuba Posters, by Instituto Cubano del Libro, black and white, 11.5x16.5 inches, Man on a bridge (Hemingway?), undated
    F   3  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #3A, 'El Valor de ser hombre posters (2, in Spanish), both measuring 12.5x16.5 inches, undated
    F   3  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #3A, '(The) Killers', Universal City Studios Showman Manual, 1964
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Larger Posters, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Trafiquants d’armes a Cuba ((The) Gun runners)’, (printed in Belgium), Window Card, 14x20 inches, [1958]
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Larger Posters, Movie Posters, in color, ‘‘Adventures de Jeunesse’, (in French), Window Card, 17.5x22 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Larger Posters, Movie Posters, in color, ‘L’adieu aux armes ((A) Farewell to arms)’, (in French, printed in Belgium), Window Card, 15x22 inches, [1957]
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Larger Posters, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Adventures of a young man’, Half Sheet, 22x28 inches, 1962
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Larger Posters, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro’, Half Sheet, 22x28 inches, 1952
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Michigan in Hemingway: a sense of place, Michigan Hemingway Society, birth centennial celebration, Petoskey, Michigan, in shades of brown, 14x17 inches (2 copies, 1 signed) July 22-25, 1999
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Hemingway (portrait?), by F. Paehr (sp?), in color, 16x20 inches, circa 1980
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Hemingway up in Michigan II, Stafford Perry Hotel, Petoskey, Michigan, in shades of brown, 16.5x23 inches, October 17-20, 1991
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, To have and have not, a celebration of Hemingway’s years in Key West and Havana, black and white photograph of Hemingway and sword fish, on black background with white lettering, 17x22 inches, April 29, 1995
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, E. Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway, the Dangerous Summer, Charles Scribner’s Sons, photographed by Larry Burrows, color photograph portrait on black background, with white, red, gray and yellow lettering, 18x24 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway, Havana, Cuba, 1952, Photographed aboard the Pilar by Willis W. Sanders, color photograph portrait on boat, on white background, with brown lettering, 18”x24, 1994
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, E. Hemingway, Coleccion Vigia, Museo Ernest Hemingway. San Francisco de Paula, La Habana, CUBA, portrait in black and white, with red and black lettering, 18x27 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Hemingway at the Kennedy, 1980, ten years after, Photograph by John Suiter, color photograph of Hemingway’s WWI wallet contents on white background with gray lettering, 19x23.5 inches, 1990
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Finca Vigia, Coleccion Vigia, Museo Ernest Hemingway, La Habana, Cuba, color photograph of house with green edge, and white and yellow lettering, 19.5x27.5 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, E. Hemingway, Finca Vigia, Coleccion Vigia, Museo Ernest Hemingway. San Francisco de Paula, La Habana, CUBA, portrait in yellow and brown, with black and brown lettering, 19x26.5 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Sala de la vigia, Coleccion VIGIA, Museo Ernest Hemingway. La Habana, CUBA, color photograph of living room, with brown edge and yellow and white lettering, 19.5x27.5 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Cigar aficionado, 100 years of Hemingway, black and white portrait photograph with yellow and black lettering, 20x26 inches, August 1999
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Hemingway, Coleccion VIGIA, Museo Ernest Hemingway. La Habana, CUBA, color photograph of glasses and paper on table, with white and yellow lettering, 20x27.5 inches, undated
    F   4  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #4, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway (portrait by Grace Hall-Hemingway of the photograph taken by Man Ray in the 1920s), photographed by Ernest H. Mainland, 22x26 inches, 1990
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘(The) Gun runners’, Window Card, 14x22 inches, 1958
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro’, in Sydney, Insert, 13x30 inches, 1952
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘Islands in the stream’, Insert, 13.5x30 inches, [1976]
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘Islands in the stream’, Insert, 14x35 inches, 1976
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘Under my skin’, Insert, 14x36 inches, undated
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘(The) Sun also rises’, Insert, 14x37 inches, 1957
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘Adventures of a young man’, Insert, 14x36 inches, 1962
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘Great white hunter’, Insert, 14x36 inches, 1952
    F   5  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #5, Movie Theater Lobby Posters, in color, ‘(the) Gun runners’, Insert, 14x36 inches, 1958
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Huge Posters, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway “All you have to do is write one true sentence.’, Scribner (book advertisements on the back for Hemingway books), in color, 19x35 inches, July 1999
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Huge Posters, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Hemingway Review: University of Idaho Press, the Ernest Hemingway Foundation Paris, France, 1923 Passport photograph of Hemingway in shades of brown, white, black, and pink, 22.5x33.5 inches, July 3-8, 1994
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Huge Posters, Posters Not Advertising Movies, “The Old Man and the Sea” Hemingway, Fuentes, [both on the ‘Pilar’], in color, signed C. Sandowski, #749/6000, 25x37 inches, 1990
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Huge Posters, Posters Not Advertising Movies, Ernest Hemingway and Cojimar, Fotos by Raul Corrales, black and white photograph of two men, Hemingway and Fuentes, on a bridge, on a black background with white and gray lettering, 27x38 inches, 1990
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Huge Posters, Posters Not Advertising Movies, New Ernest Hemingway Collection, rubber poster, black, white, brown portrait of EH with metal hangers, 51x26 inches, undated
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(The) Gun runners’, Half Sheet, 22x28 inches, 1958
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(A) Farewell to arms’, One Sheet, 27.5x39 inches, 1963
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, 'Great white hunter', One Sheet, 27x39 inches, [1952]
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(The) Killers’, in black, white, and red, One Sheet, 27x39 inches, circa 1964
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Por quien doblan las campanas (For whom the bell tolls’ in Spanish), 27x39 inches, [1957]
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘In love and war’, Heavy Stock Poster, 30x40 inches, 1996
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(The) Macomber affair', Heavy Stock Poster, 30x40 inches, undated
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Islands in the stream', One Sheet, 27x41 inches, 1977
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro', 27x39 inches, [1952]
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Adventures of a young man',One Sheet, 27x41 inches, 1962
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘Milosc i wojna (‘In love and war’, in Polish), One Sheet, 27x40 inches, 1996
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘For whom the bell tolls’, One Sheet, 27x41 inches, 1957
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘(A) Farewell to arms’, (on canvas backing), One Sheet, 29x43 inches, 1950
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Movie Posters, in color, ‘In love and war, (in plastic), One Sheet, 27x40 inches, 1996
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Three Sheet Movie Posters, made in two pieces, in color, ‘Adventures of a young man’, (one 27x40 inches, one 40x52 inches), 1962
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Three Sheet Movie Posters, made in two pieces, in color, ‘Under my skin’, (one 26x40 inches, one 42x53 inches), circa 1949
    F   6  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #6, Advertising banner: ‘Thomasville: Ernest Hemingway: the collection of a lifetime’, a plastic-coated canvas banner advertising a furniture collection, in white, green, black, and brown, measuring 23.5x56 inches, undated
    F   7  
    Oversized Folders: Folder #7, Plat map of Mrs. C. E. Hemingway’s property on Walloon Lake (copy) from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, measuring 18x24 inches, 1905
    F   1  
    Correspondence housed separately from the rest of the collection: Letters written by Hemingway, to Jim Gamble, April 18 and 27, 1919 (Acc#680617), April 18 and 27, 1919
    F   2  
    Correspondence housed separately from the rest of the collection: Letters written by Hemingway, to Ernest's father, Dr. Clarence Hemingway (framed, Acc#70737), Oct. 28, 1919, Oct. 28, 1919
    F   3  
    Correspondence housed separately from the rest of the collection: Letters written by Hemingway, to his mother, Mrs. Grace H. Hemingway (framed, Acc#73641), Nov. 11-12, 1919, Nov. 11-12, 1919