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English: American Author Ernest Hemingway with then-wife Elizabeth Hadley Richardson and son John Hadley Nicanor "Jack" Hemingway (aka "Bumby") in Schruns, Austria
Date Spring 1926
Source John F. Kennedy Library, Ernest Hemingway Collection, direct link to photo here
Author Not specified, owned by John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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Official logo of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.svg This photgraphic image is from the Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (JFK Library). This image was originally created and/or owned by Ernest Hemingway and/or his wife Mary Hemingway. After Ernest Hemingway's death, his widow Mary donated many of his papers, photographs and other items to the JFK Library, and transferred the copyright for images she owned to the JFK Library. The JFK Library is part of the National Archives, an agency of the United States Federal Government, and has released the photos into the public domain. This photo is marked "Public Domain" on its web page at the JFK Library. Please be aware that the JFK Library also owns and displays photographs of Hemingway on its website which are either copyrighted by their creator or are of unknown copyright status, and this copyright tag should not be used on those files.
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