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EH6951P. Ernest Hemingway in Europe During World War II

EH6951P
EH6951P. Ernest Hemingway in Europe During World War II
ca. July 1944-March 1945
Ernest Hemingway stands in an open window above a sign reading, “Le Grand,” in Europe during World War II; Hemingway served as a war correspondent in France and Germany for Collier’s magazine.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 4 x 4 inches)
04.
Unknown
Photographer unknown. Papers of Ernest Hemingway. Photograph Collection. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
EHPH-06951P
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Hemingway, Ernest (Ernest Miller), 1899-1961
EHPH-008-001
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