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Accession Number: EH09826D
Description: After their plane crash on January 23, 1954, enroute to Murchison Falls, news spread that Ernest and Mary Hemingway had been killed. Daily Mirror front page headline: "Report from Africa: Hemingway, Wife Killed in Air Crash." Includes photographs of Mary Hemingway and of Ernest Hemingway posing with a...
Accession Number: EH04463P
Description: Wreckage of the small Cessna 180 plane that carried Ernest and Mary Hemingway while on his second African safari. The crash occurred near Murchison Falls, Uganda. The three men at right are unidentified.
Credit Line: Ernest Hemingway Collection. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston....
In October 1962, an American U2 spy plane secretly photographed nuclear missile sites being built by the Soviet Union on the island of Cuba. Because he did not want Cuba and the Soviet Union to know that he had discovered the missiles, Kennedy met in secret with his advisors for several days to discuss the problem. After many long and difficult ...
In his sixteen years as a U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma, Michael L. Synar distinguished himself for his unwavering commitment to serve the public interest, no matter how powerful the foe or great the political risk. As a leader of the anti-smoking forces in Congress, Synar introduced legislation to restrict advertising of tobacco products and to i...
Accession Number: EH03676P
Description: Ernest Hemingway with a member of the US military looking at a scrapbook about Hemingway's supposed death in two successive plane crashes while on safari in Africa. The two men are in the library of Hemingway's home, Finca Vigia, San Francisco de Paula, Cuba.
Credit Line: Ernest Hemingway Collection. Joh...
IFP:83J "President Bourguiba welcomed by President Kennedy" 5/3/1961.
IFP:83J "Washington, D.C.: President Bourguiba welcomed by President Kennedy" 5/3/1961.
IFP:96G "Reds Free Professor: Home After 16 Days in Soviet Prison" 11/14/1963.
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