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Every spring, the JFK Library hosts the PEN/Hemingway Award ceremony to honor an author for their first work of fiction. Read more here about past PEN/Hemingway award winners.
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Accession Number: EH02723P Description: Portrait of Ernest Hemingway as an American Red Cross volunteer during World War I, Milan, Italy. Credit Line: Ernest Hemingway Collection. John F. Kennedy
Accession Number: EH-C10156A Description: Portrait of Ernest Hemingway by Waldo Peirce. Signed by the artist, lower right: "For Ernest (alias Kid Balzac) Key West first April /29 - WP". In the Ernest
Learn about the Ernest Hemingway Personal Papers and related collections in the Library’s textual archives.
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Explore the Ernest Hemingway Photographs collection, including digitized scrapbooks, and additional materials that document the life and work of the author and his family, friends, and contemporaries.
While Ernest Hemingway and President Kennedy never met, President Kennedy more than once expressed his admiration for Hemingway and his work. In the opening sentence of his own Pulitzer Prize winning
The Journey to the John F. Kennedy Library By Megan Floyd Desnoyers Soon after Hemingway's suicide in 1961, the Cuban government told Mary Hemingway they were making a museum of the Finca Vigia, the
Accession Number: MR94-8 Description: Ernest Hemingway reads his remarks prepared for the Noble Prize Banquet. Hemingway won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954 "for his mastery of the art of
The Ernest Hemingway Personal Papers includes textual and audiovisual material donated to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library by Mary Welsh Hemingway (Ernest Hemingway's widow) and additional