Hemingway's time in Key West, Florida, and the works written there, set there, or inspired by his experiences.
The Gulf Stream
Hemingway's time on the Gulf Stream and the works inspired by his experiences.
Hemingway's time in Cuba and the works written there, set there, or inspired by his experiences.
Ernest Hemingway’s twenty-two year relationship with Idaho began in 1939, deepened over many long autumn stays in the Wood River Valley, and culminated with him making his final home in Ketchum in 1959. He died by suicide there in 1961 and is buried alongside family and close friends in the Ketchum cemetery. Idaho subtly influenced several of Hemingway's later works, most notably For Whom the Bell Tolls.