Author talk:Ernest Miller Hemingway

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Renewals[edit]

Looking at Gutenberg's renewal list (#11800), I see the following renewals with Ernest Hemingway as author or contributor up through 1949 and some 1950 entries. Anything later should be in the Copyright Office database.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  In our time. © 15Sep25, A872032.
    R115297, 27Jul53, Ernest
    Hemingway (A)

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  The sun also rises. © 22Oct26;
    A950716. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    24Jun54; R132519.

  The torrents of spring. © 28May26;
    A901324. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    17Feb54; R125860.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  An Alpine idyll; a yearbook of
    American literature. (In the
    American caravan) © 15Sep27;
    A1004202. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    14Oct54; R137295.

  Fifty grand. (In the Atlantic
    monthly, July 1927) © 25Jun27;
    B747306. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    14Oct54; R137294.

  Italy, 1927. (In the New
    republic, May 18, 1927)
    © 13May27; B740616. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 14Oct54; R137293.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  The killers. (In Scribner's
    magazine, Mar. 1927)
    © 25Feb27; B735228. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 16Feb55;
    R144443.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Men without women. © 14Oct27;
    A1007827. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    19Aug55; R154701.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Farewell to arms. © 27Sep29;
    A12869. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    27Sep56; R177406.

  A farewell to arms. (In Scribner's
    magazine, May-Oct. 1929)
    © 25Apr29, B27057; 24May29,
    B29725; 25Jun29, B34177; 25Jul29,
    B36509; 23Aug29, B39578; 25Sep29,
    B44601. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    26Nov56; R181032-181037.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  In our time. Introd. by Edmund
    Wilson. © on introd.; 24Oct30;
    A31583. Charles Scribner's
    Sons (PWH); 13Oct58; R223036.

  In our time. Rev. & new ed.
    © 24Oct30; A31583. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 13Oct58; R223035.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  After the storm. (In Hearst's
    international-cosmopolitan, May 1932)
    © 10Apr32; B151543. Ernest Hemingway
    (A); 11Apr60; R256548.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  A clean, well-lighted place. (In
    Scribner's magazine, Mar. 1933)
    © 17Feb33; B183343. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 8Dec60; R267630.

  Death in the afternoon. © 23Sep32;
    A55316. Ernest Hemingway (A);
    19Aug60; R261820.

  Give us a prescription, doctor. (In
    Scribner's magazine, May 1933)
    © 19Apr33; B186981. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 8Dec60; R267634.

  Homage to Switzerland. (In
    Scribner's magazine, Apr. 1933)
    © 17Mar33; B183825. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 8Dec60; R267632.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  God rest you merry gentlemen.
    © 18Apr33; A476837. Ernest
    Hemingway (A); 12Jan61; R269557.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  A.D. in Africa; a Tanganyika letter.
    (In Esquire, Apr. 1934) © 15Mar34;
    B220027. Mary Hemingway (W);
    25Sep61; R282105.

  Defense of dirty words; a Cuban letter.
    (In Esquire, Sept. 1934)
    © 15Aug34; B234329. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 25Sep61; R282109.

  The friend of Spain; a Spanish
    letter. (In Esquire, Jan. 1934)
    © 11Dec33; B210926. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 25Sep61; R282103.

  Genio after Josie. (In Esquire, Oct.
    1934) © 15Sep34; B238113. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 25Sep61; R282110.

  Marlin off the Morro; a Cuban letter.
    (In Esquire, autumn 1933)
    © 17Oct33; B206856. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 25Sep61; R282102.

  Notes on dangerous game; the third
    Tanganyika letter. (In Esquire,
    July 1934) © 15Jun34; B230987.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 25Sep61;
    R282107.

  Notes on life and letters: On a manuscript
    found in a bottle. (In
    Esquire, Jan. 1935) © 15Dec34;
    B247866. Mary Hemingway (W);
    18Dec61; R287033.

  Old newsman writes. (In Esquire,
    Dec. 1934) © 15Nov34; B244847.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 18Dec61;
    R287032.

  One trip across. (In Hearst's
    international-cosmopolitan.
    Apr. 1934) © 10Mar34; B218983.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 25Sep61;
    R282415.

  Out in the stream; a Cuban letter.
    (In Esquire, Aug. 1934) © 16Jul34;
    B231830. Mary Hemingway (W);
    25Sep61; R282108.

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  A Paris letter. (In Esquire, Feb.
    1934) © 15Jan34; B218028. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 25Sep61; R282104.

  Shootism versus sport; the second
    Tanganyika letter. (In Esquire,
    June 1934) © 15May34; B226768.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 25Sep61;
    R282106.

  Winner take nothing. © 27Oct33;
    A66891. Mary Hemingway (W);
    18Aug61; R280606.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  One trip across. (In Cosmopolitan.
    Apr. 1934) © 10Mar34; B218983.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 13Feb62;
    R291207.
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  A. D. southern style. (In Esquire,
    May 1935) © 12Apr35; B260812.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305399.

  Facing a bitter world. (In Esquire,
    Feb. 1935) © 15Jan35; B250574.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305395.

  Green hills of Africa. Decorations
    by Edward Shenton. © 25Oct35;
    A89036. Mary Hemingway (W);
    5Dec62; R305990.

  Green hills of Africa. Pt.1-7. (In
    Scribner's magazine. May-Nov. 1935)
    © 18Apr35, B258599; 28May35, B262796;
    27Jun35, B266500; 26Jul35, B269766;
    27Aug35, B273690; 26Sep35, B275844;
    25Oct35, B279043. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 5Dec62; R305991-305995,
    305997, 305996.

  He who gets slap happy. (In Esquire,
    Aug. 1935) © 8Jul35; B268217.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305402.

  The malady of power. (In Esquire,
    Nov. 1935) © 12Oct35; B278131.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305405.

  Million dollar fright. (In Esquire,
    Dec. 1935) © 8Nov35; B281507.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305406.

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  Monologue to the maestro. (In Esquire,
    Oct. 1935) © 7Sep35; B275230.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305404.

  Notes on the next war. (In Esquire,
    Sept. 1935) © 9Aug35; B271784.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305403.

  On being shot again. (In Esquire,
    June 1935) © 15May35; B263078.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305400.

  The president vanquishes. (In
    Esquire, July 1935) © 6Jun35;
    B264465. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Nov62; R305401.

  Recipe for cocktail, Death in the
    afternoon; and comment. (In North,
    Sterling, ed. So red the nose; or,
    Breath in the afternoon) © 29Nov35;
    A89728. Mary Hemingway (W);
    28Dec62; R307137.

  Remembering shooting flying. (In
    Esquire, Feb. 1935) © 15Jan35;
    B250574. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Nov62; R305396.

  Sailfish off Mombasa. (In Esquire,
    Mar. 1935) © 15Feb35; B253226.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 30Nov62;
    R305397.

  The sights of Whitehead Street. (In
    Esquire, Apr. 1935) © 15Mar35;
    B260811. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Nov62; R305398.

  Who murdered the vets? (In New
    masses, Sept. 17, 1935) © 13Sep35;
    B296156. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Nov62; R305407.
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Gattorno, program note. (In
    Esquire, May 1936) © 7Apr36;
    B298106. Mary Hemingway (W);
    12Jun63; R317032.

  The horns of the bull. (In Esquire,
    June 1936) © 6May36; B299664.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 12Jun63;
    R317033.

  Marlin off Cuba. (In American big
    game fishing) © 28Jun35; A85124.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 11Jun63;
    R317010.

  On the blue water. (In Esquire,
    Apr. 1936) © 7Mar36; B294631.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 12Jun63;
    R317030.

  There she breaches. (In Esquire,
    May 1936) © 7Apr36; B298106.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 12Jun63;
    R317031.

  The tradesman's return. (In
    Esquire, Feb. 1936) © 8Jan36;
    B288003. Mary Hemingway (W);
    12Jun63; R317029.

  Wings always over Africa. (In
    Esquire, Jan. 1936) © 7Dec35;
    B284280. Mary Hemingway (W);
    28Dec62; R307988.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Autobiographical article. (In Portraits
    and self-portraits. Collected
    & illustrated by Georges Schreiber)
    © 24Nov36; A101176. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 3Dec63; R327068.

  Greetings from Hemingway. (In New
    masses. Dec. 1, 1936) © 26Nov36;
    B323918. Mary Hemingway (W);
    3Dec63; R327067.

  The short, happy life of Francis
    Macomber. (In Hearst's
    international-cosmopolitan, Sept. 1936)
    © 7Aug36; B310323. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 8Aug63; R320200.

  The snows of Kilimanjaro. (In Esquire,
    Aug. 1936) © 7Jul36; B305653.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 8Aug63; R320201.
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  All good Americans. Pref. by Jerome
    Bahr. © 19Mar37; A104316. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 25Mar64; R334316.

  Fascism is a lie. (In New masses,
    June 22, 1937) © 17Jun37; B341884.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 25Jun64;
    R339973.

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  Heavy shell fire in Madrid advance.
    (In The New York times, Apr. 10,
    1937) © 10Apr37; A5-80418. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 15Apr64; R336072.

  Hemingway finds France is neutral.
    (In New York times, Mar. 17, 1937)
    © 17Mar37; A5-80417. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 25Mar64; R336555.

  Hemingway reports Spain. (In New
    republic, May 5, 1937) © 29Apr37,
    B337260. Mary Hemingway (W);
    7May64; R337227.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  All good Americans. SEE Bahr,
    Jerome.

  Americans in Spain veteran soldiers.
    (In New York times, Sept. 14, 1937)
    © 14Sep37; A5-84117. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 30Sep64; R345469.

  Aragon drive described. (In New
    York times, Sept. 15, 1937)
    © *; *. Mary Hemingway (W); 30Sep64;
    R345468.

  Atlantic game fishing. SEE
    Farrington, S. Kip, Jr.

  This must be the place. SEE
    Charters, James.

  To have and have not. © 8Oct37,
    AI-23171; 15Oct37, A111144. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 22Oct64; R349056.

  The writer and war. (In The writer
    in a changing world) © 1Nov37;
    A110829. Mary Hemingway (W);
    13Nov64; R349057.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  The cardinal picks a winner. (In
    Ken, May 5, 1938) © 23Apr38;
    B377237. Mary Hemingway (W);
    6May65; R360543.

  Dying, well or badly. (In Ken, Apr.
    21, 1938) © 8Apr38; B377236.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 22Apr65;
    R359912.

  H. M.'s loyal state Department.
    (In Ken, June 16, 1938) © 4Jun38;
    B381776. Mary Hemingway (W);
    8Jun65; R362715.

  Hemingway reports Spain. (In New
    republic, Apr. 27, 1938) © 21Apr38;
    B374897. Mary Hemingway (W);
    5May65; R360296.

  Hemingway reports Spain. (In New
    republic, June 8, 1938) © 6Jun38;
    B381091. Mary Hemingway (W);
    8Jun65; R362716.

  Hemingway reports Spain; selections
    from dispatches. (In New republic,
    Jan. 12, 1938) © 5Jan38; B361836.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 25Jan65;
    R354317.

  Lerida is divided by warring forces.
    (In New York times, Apr. 30, 1938)
    © 30Apr38; A5-89090. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 5May65; R360295.

  Loyalist retreat chokes the roads.
    (In New York times, Apr. 4, 1938)
    © 4Apr38; A5-88466. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 7Apr65; R358774.

  Loyalists await Tortosa assault.
    (In New York times, Apr. 19, 1938)
    © 19Apr38; A5-89131. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 22Apr65; R359911.

  Main rebel threat is deemed in north.
    (In New York times, Apr. 11, 1938)
    © 11Apr38; A5-88522. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 14Apr65; R359418.

  Old man at the bridge. (In Ken,
    May 19, 1938) © 9May38; B377646.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 12May65;
    R361175.

  Quintanilla, an exhibition of
    drawings of the war in Spain.
    © 15Mar38; A116136. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 16Mar65; R357466.

  The time now, the place Spain.
    (In Ken, Apr. 7, 1938) © 31Mar38;
    B375091. Mary Hemingway (W);
    1Apr65; R358304.

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  Treachery in Aragon. (In Ken, June
    30, 1938) © 18Jun38; B384028.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 24Jun65;
    R363527.

  United we fall upon Ken. (In Ken,
    June 2, 1938) © 23May38; B381289.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 27May65;
    R362145.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  The butterfly and the tank. (In
    Esquire, Dec. 1938) © 7Nov38;
    B396565. Mary Hemingway (W);
    12Nov65; R372994.

  Call for greatness. (In Ken,
    July 14, 1938) © 7Jul38; B382904.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 13Jul65;
    R364750.

  The denunciation. (In Esquire, Nov.
    1938) © 6Oct38; B393823. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 14Oct65; R370618.

  False news to the President. (In
    Ken, Sept. 8, 1938) © 27Aug38;
    B389741. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Aug65; R366848.

  The fifth column and the first
    forty-nine stories. © 14Oct38;
    A123342. Mary Hemingway (W);
    14Oct65; R370617.

  Fresh air on an inside story.
    (In Ken, Sept. 22, 1938) © 10Sep38;
    B389742. Mary Hemingway (W);
    14Sep65; R367975.

  Good generals hug the line. (In
    Ken, Aug. 25, 1938) © 13Aug38;
    B387343. Mary Hemingway (W);
    30Aug65; R366847.

  My pal the gorilla Gargantua. (In
    Ken, July 28, 1938) © 16Jul38;
    B384539. Mary Hemingway (W);
    2Aug65; R365737.

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  A program for U.S. realism. (In Ken,
    Aug. 11, 1938) © 30Jul38;
    B387342. Mary Hemingway (W);
    2Aug65; R365738.

  The Spanish earth. © 9Jul38;
    A132046. Mary Hemingway (W);
    13Jul65; R364749.
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  All the brave. SEE Paul, Elliot.

  The Clark's Fork Valley, Wyoming.
    (In Vogue, Feb. 1, 1939) © 31Jan39;
    B405635. Mary Hemingway (W);
    3Feb66; R379861.

  The next outbreak of peace. (In Ken,
    Jan. 12, 1939) © 4Jan39; B405971.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 13Jan66;
    R378259.

  Night before battle. (In Esquire,
    Feb. 1939) © 5Jan39; B405306.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 13Jan66;
    R378260.

  Nobody ever dies. (In Hearst's
    international-cosmopolitan, Mar. 1939)
    © 1Feb39; B405307. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 3Feb66; R379860.

  On the American dead in Spain. (In
    New masses, Feb. 14, 1939)
    © 9Feb39; B404725. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 10Feb66; R380090.

PAUL, ELLIOT.

  All the brave. By Elliot Paul &
    Jay Allen. Drawings by Lula Quintanilla.
    Pref. by Ernest Hemingway.
    © 17Apr39; A129251. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 20Apr66; R384627.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Under the ridge. (In Hearst's
    international-cosmopolitan, Oct. 1939)
    © 1Sep39; B428408. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 2Sep66; R393110.

  The writer as a writer. (In
    Direction, May-June 1939)
    © 15May39; B417474. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 1Nov66; R397217.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Hemingway to Macleish. (In New
    masses, July 2, 1940) © 27Jun40;
    B461356. Mary Hemingway (W);
    29Jun67; R412667.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  For whom the bell tolls. © 21Oct40;
    A147112. Mary Hemingway (W);
    27Oct67; R420407.

  The great crusade. SEE Regler,
    Gustav.

REGLER, GUSTAV.

  The great crusade. Pref. by Ernest
    Hemingway. Translated by Whittaker
    Chambers & Barrows Mussey.
    © 25Sep40; A144699. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 29Sep67; R418744.
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Ernest Hemingway says aid to China
    gives U. S. two-ocean Navy security
    for the price of one battleship.
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    (In PM's weekly, Sunday ed.,
    June 15, 1941) © 15Jun41; B500546.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 21Jun68;
    R437647.

  Ernest Hemingway says China needs
    pilots as well as planes to beat
    the Japs in the air. (In PM,
    June 17, 1941) © 17Jun41; B500547.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 21Jun68;
    R437649.

  Ernest Hemingway says Japan must
    conquer China or satisfy U.S.S.R.
    before moving South. (In PM,
    June 15, 1941) © 13Jun41; B500404.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 21Jun68;
    R437650.

  Ernest Hemingway says Russo-Japanese
    pact has not kept Soviet from
    sending aid to China. (In PM,
    June 10, 1941) © 10Jun41; B500256.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 21Jun68;
    R437652.

  Ernest Hemingway says we can't let
    Japan grab our rubber supplies in
    Dutch East Indies. (In PM,
    June 11, 1941) © 11Jun41; B500309.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 21Jun68;
    R437651.

  Ernest Hemingway tells how 100,000
    Chinese labored night and day to
    build huge landing field for
    bombers. (In PM, June 18, 1941)
    © 18Jun41; B500668. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 21Jun68; R437648.

  Story of Ernest Hemingway's Far East
    trip to see for himself if war
    with Japan is inevitable. (In
    PM, June 9, 1941) © 9Jun41;
    B500219. Mary Hemingway (W);
    11Jun68; R437109.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  After four years of war in China,
    Japanese have conquered only
    flatlands. (In PM, June 16, 1941)
    © 16Jun41; B500485. Mary Hemingway
    (W); 1Jul68; R438654.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Men at war; the best war stories
    of all time. Edited with an
    introd. by Ernest Hemingway.
    Baaed on a plan by William
    Kozlenko. © 2Nov42; A168541.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 6Nov69;
    R472428.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  For whom the bell tolls. With an
    introd. by Sinclair Lewis. Illustrated
    with lithographs by Lynd
    Ward. NM: illus. & introd.
    © 24Sep42; A167959. George Macy
    Companies, Inc. (PWH); 1Sep70;
    R490826.


HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  Battle for Paris. (In Collier's
    Sept. 30, 1944) © 22Sep44;
    B646158. Mary Hemingway (W);
    23Sep71; R514206.

  The G.I. and the general. (In
    Collier's, Nov. 4, 1944) © 27Oct44;
    B650656. Mary Hemingway (W);
    1Nov71; R515753.

  How we came to Paris. (In Collier's,
    Oct. 7, 1944) © 29Sep44; B646944.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 4Oct71;
    R514715.

  London fights the robots. (In
    Collier's, Aug. 19, 1944) © 11Aug44;
    B641527. Mary Hemingway (W);
    13Aug71; R511151.

  The Loyalists. (In They were there)
    © 7Jul44; A181743. Mary
    Hemingway (W); 9Jul71; R508855.

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  Voyage to victory. (In Collier's,
    July 22, 1944) © 14Jul44; B638033.
    Mary Hemingway (W); 15Jul71;
    R509210.

  War in the Siegfried Line. (In
    Collier's, Nov. 18, 1944) © 10Nov44;
    B651760. Mary Hemingway (W);
    12Nov71; R516885.

GROTH, JOHN.

  Studio: Europe. Illustrated by the
    author, with an introd. by Ernest
    Hemingway. © 5Nov45; A191040.
    John Groth (A); 12Dec72; R541094.

  Studio: Europe. John Groth, text
    & illus. Ernest Hemingway,
    introd. © 5Nov45; A191040. Mary
    Hemingway (W of E. Hemingway);
    6Dec72; R540111.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST.

  En avoir ou pas. To have and have
    not. Traduit de l'anglais par
    Marcel Duhamel. NM: translation.
    © 30Dec45; AF1279. Marcel Duhamel
    (A); 9Feb73; R546214.

RAEBURN, BEN, ed.

  Treasury for the free world, by
    J. Alverez del Vayo, Norman Angall &
    Hugo Fernandez Artucio. Introd. by
    Ernest Hemingway. © 18Feb46;
    A1158. Mary Hemingway (W of
    E. Hemingway); 17May73; R551830.

R563650.
  Dix indiens. D'Ernest Hemingway.
Appl. au.: Marcel Duhamel. NM: translation.
© 15Jul46; AF2484. Marcel
Duhamel (A); 6Nov73; R563650.

R623851.
  A Farewell to arms. By Ernest
Hemingway, illustrator: Daniel Rasmusson.
NM: pref. & illus. © 15Nov48; A27710.
Mary Hemingway (W of Ernest Hemingway) &
Daniel Rasmusson (A); 6Jan76; R623851.

R635038.
  The Great blue river. By Ernest
Hemingway. (In Holiday, July 1949)
© 15Jun49; B198116. Mary Hemingway (W);
17Jun76; R635038.

R653753.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's
International-cosmopolitan, Feb. 1950)
© 1Feb50; B229749. Mary Hemingway (W);
23Feb77; R653753.

R654839.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's International
cosmopolitan, Mar. 1950)
© 1Mar50; B234720. Mary Hemingway (W);
4Mar77; R654839.

R660136.
  A Farewell to arms. By Ernest
Hemingway, with an introd. by Robert Penn
Warren. NM: introd. © 16May49; A32965.
Robert Penn Warren (A); 22Nov76;
R660136.

R660448.
  Across the river and into the trees.
Pt. 3. By Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's
International-cosmopolitan, Apr. 1950)
© 31Mar50; B5-13390. Mary Hemingway (W);
11Apr77; R660448.

R660449.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's
International-cosmopolitan, Apr. 1950)
© 31Mar50; B239182. Mary Hemingway (W);
11Apr77; R660449.

R663696.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's
international-cosmopolitan, May 1950)
© 28Apr50; B243214. Mary Hemingway (W);
20Jun77; R663696.

R663985.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. (In Hearst's
international-cosmopolitan, June 1950)
© 26May50; B247331. Mary Hemingway (W);
7Jun77; R663985.

R667777.
  Paradis perdu; suivi de La Cinquieme
colonne. By Ernest Hemingway, translation:
Henri Robillot & Marcel Duhamel.
NM: translation. © 30Dec49; AFO-1576.
Henri Robillot (A) & Madame Marcel
Duhamel, nee Germaine Guibard (W);
18Jul77; R667777.

R671350.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. NM: additions &
revisions. © 7Sep50; A47398. Mary
Hemingway (W); 13Sep77; R671350.

R672170.
  Across the river and into the trees. By
Ernest Hemingway. NM: additions &
revisions. © 7Sep50; A47398. Mary
Hemingway (W); 19Sep77; R672170.

R676513.
  Important authors of the fall speaking
for themselves. By Ernest Hemingway. (In
New York herald tribune, Oct. 8, 1950)
© 8Oct50; B267133. Mary Hemingway (W);
14Nov77; R676513.

R678208.
  Radio adaptation of "The Killers" by
Ernest Hemingway. By Frank L. MacIntosh.
(In Radio and television writing) NM:
radio adaptation. © 3Jan50; A42125.
Frank L. MacIntosh (A); 1Dec77; R678208.

R680680.
  Success, it's wonderful. By Harvey
Bright, contribution by Ernest Hemingway.
(In New York times, Dec. 3, 1950)
© 3Dec50; B275796. Mary Hemingway (W);
16Dec77; R680680.

--Prosfilaes (talk) 06:32, 25 June 2015 (UTC)