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Paul Pfeiffer-Mary Downey Marriage

Paul M. Pfeiffer of Cedar Falls, Iowa, marries Mary Alice Downey of Parkersburg, Iowa.
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Birth of Pauline Marie Pfeiffer

Pauline born to Paul and Mary Pfeiffer on July 22, 1895 in Parkersburg, Iowa.
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Birth of Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Miller Hemingway born on July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois to Dr. C. E. and Grace Hall Hemingway.
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Birth of Karl Gustavus Pfeiffer

Karl Gustavus born to Paul and Mary Pfeiffer on March 8, 1900 in Parkersburg, Iowa.
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Pfeiffer Chemical Company

Paul M. Pfeiffer family moves to St. Louis in 1901 to establish a pharmaceutical company with brothers Henry and Gus.
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Piggott Property Purchase

Paul M. Pfeiffer, while residing in St. Louis, purchases first piece of property in Piggott, Arkansas.
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Birth of Virginia Ruth Pfeiffer

Daughter of Paul and Mary Pfeiffer, Virginia later is told by a medium that she was born with an old soul that would not be used again.
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Birth of Paul Mark Pfeiffer

Paul Mark "Max" born to Paul and Mary Pfeiffer on October 19, 1907 in St. Louis.
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Pfeiffers Merge Company

Pfeiffer Pharmaceuticals merges with William R. Warner. Paul Pfeiffer's brothers, Henry and Gustavus, relocate to Philadelphia.
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Additional Arkansas Property Purchases

Paul Pfeiffer continues investing in Clay County while Piggott is still a fledgling community.
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Pauline Graduates High School

Pauline graduates on May 21, 1913 from the Academy of the Visitation in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Move to Piggott

Paul Pfeiffer purchases home in Piggott, Arkansas, built by William D. Templeton in 1910, at 1021 W. Cherry Street.
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Richard Hudnut Company Acquired

Henry and Gustavus Pfeiffer acquire Richard Hudnut company, headquartered in New York, and transfer William R. Warner offices to New York.
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Pauline Graduates College

Pauline graduates from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in August 1918.
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Cleveland Press

Pauline goes to work on night desk of Cleveland Press in Ohio in the fall of 1918.
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Death of Paul Mark Pfeiffer

Paul and Mary Pfeiffer's son Max dies during the influenza epidemic.
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New York Career

Pauline goes to work in New York, chaperoned by Gustavus (Uncle Gus) Pfeiffer, working first for the Morning Telegraph, then Vanity Fair and Vogue as a fashion reporter.
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Hemingway and Richardson Marry

Ernest and Hadley Richardson marry in Horton Bay, Michigan, and spend their honeymoon at the Hemingway family summer cottage. on Walloon Lake.
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Karl Pfeiffer Marries

Karl Pfeiffer marries Matilda Schmitt in New Jersey on December 9, 1922.
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Birth of John Hemingway

John Hadley Nicanor Hemingway born on October 10, 1923. Hadley nicknames the infant "Bumby."
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Vogue Magazine

Pauline goes to Europe in 1925 to work for Vogue as assistant to the Paris editor.
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Pauline Meets Ernest and Hadley

Pauline and her sister Virginia meet Ernest and Hadley Hemingway at a party in Paris given by Kitty Cannell and Harold Loeb.
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In Our Time Published

In Our Time published in October 1925 in New York by Boni & Liveright.
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Christmas 1925 in Schruns

Pauline spends Christmas and New Years in Schruns, Austria, with Ernest and Hadley.
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Pauline Returns from Holiday

Pauline returns to Paris on January 14, 1926.
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Ernest Visits Pauline

Ernest visits Pauline in Paris (on return from New York meeting to switch publishers) before rejoining Hadley in Schruns.
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Ernest and Hadley Return to Paris

Ernest and Hadley return to Paris on April 1, 1926.
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Loire Valley Vacation

Pauline and Virginia Pfeiffer and Hadley Hemingway take vacation through the French Loire Valley in Virginia's car.
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Juan-les-Pins, France, Vacation

Hadley takes their ailing son, John (Bumby), to Juan-les-Pins, while Ernest is writing in Madrid.
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Torrents of Spring Published

The Torrents of Spring published in May 1926 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Pamplona, Spain

Pauline accompanies Ernest, Hadley and others to the fiesta at Pamplona in Spain.
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Ernest and Hadley Separate

Ernest and Hadley take up separate residences in Paris in August 1926.
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100-day Separation

Pauline leaves for Piggott, Arkansas, on September 24, 1926 to begin trial separation required by Hadley as condition of divorce.
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The Sun Also Rises Published

The Sun Also Rises published in October 1926 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Hadley Cancels Divorce Conditions

Hadley cancels 100-day separation condition.
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Ernest Files for Divorce

Ernest files for divorce from Hadley, three weeks after she cancels her 100-day separation conditions.
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Pauline Returns to Europe

Pauline sails from New York for Europe.
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Ernest and Hadley's Divorce Final

Ernest's divorce from Hadley finalized April 14, 1927.
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Ernest and Pauline Marry

Ernest and Pauline marry in Paris, France on May 10, 1927.
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Men Without Women Published

Men Without Women published in October 1927 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Hemingways Travel to United States

Hemingways sail for Key West, Florida, by way of Havana, Cuba.
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Return to Europe

Ernest, Pauline, Bumby, Patrick and Hemingway’s sister Sunny depart Havana, Cuba for Europe.
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Paul Pfeiffer Travels to Key West

Paul Pfeiffer arrives in Key West to meet his new son-in-law.
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Ernest's First Visit to Piggott

Ernest and his father-in-law arrive in Piggott after leaving Key West on May 25 in the Hemingways' new car purchased by Uncle Gus.
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Otto (Toby) Bruce

Ernest Hemingway meets Otto (Toby) Bruce of Piggott, who becomes a lifelong assistant and friend.
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Birth of Patrick Hemingway

Patrick Hemingway born by Cesarean section in a Kansas City, Missouri, hospital.
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Return to Piggott

Hemingways return from Kansas City, Missouri, to Piggott, Arkansas, by train arriving July 23.
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Ernest Departs Piggott

Ernest departs Piggott for Kansas City and Wyoming. Ernest has completed 486 pages of A Farewell to Arms.
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Baptism of Patrick Hemingway

Patrick Hemingway baptized in Piggott, Arkansas by priest from Paragould in the morning; Pauline departs Piggott in afternoon to join Ernest, leaving Patrick with mother and sister.
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A Farewell to Arms Draft Completed

Ernest completes first draft of A Farewell to Arms.
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Hemingways Return to Piggott

The Hemingways return to Piggott, Arkansas. Ernest works on "Wine of Wyoming."
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Ernest Goes to Oak Park, Illinois

Ernest arrives in Oak Park to visit family. Pauline remains in Piggott, Arkansas with son Patrick, but joins him later.
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Virginia Undergoes Tonsillectomy

Pauline accompanies sister Virginia to Jonesboro, Arkansas to have her tonsils removed at St. Bernards Hospital.
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Travel to East Coast

Hemingways visit friends on East Coast from November 1-17, 1928, including attending a Princeton-Yale football game with F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
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Return to Piggott

Hemingways depart for Piggott, Arkansas to pick up Patrick.
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Travel to Key West, Florida

Hemingways leave Piggott, Arkansas, by car for Key West, Florida.
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Bumby Hemingway

Hemingway departs for New York to pick up Bumby for an extended visit.
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Death of Clarence Hemingway

En route back to Key West with Bumby, Hemingway learns that his father has committed suicide in Oak Park, Illinois.
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A Farewell to Arms Revisions Complete

Hemingway completes revisions to A Farewell to Arms.
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A Farewell to Arms Published

A Farewell to Arms published in September 1929 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Pfeiffer Family Reunion

Pfeiffer family reunion in Piggott, Arkansas.
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Stock Market Crash

Stock Market Crash in New York.
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Uncle Gus Pfeiffer in Europe

Uncle Gus Pfeiffer visits Ernest, Pauline and Patrick Hemingway and Virginia Pfeiffer in Paris, France.
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Return to United States

Hemingways sail for United States, arriving in Key West on February 2.
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Piggott State Bank

Paul Pfeiffer establishes Piggott State Bank.
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Pauline and Patrick Travel to Piggott

Pauline, Patrick and nurse leave for Piggott, Arkansas.
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Ernest Travels to New York

Hemingway meets Bumby and Virginia, arriving from Europe, to bring them to Piggott.
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Wyoming Trip

Hemingways in Wyoming with Bumby. Patrick remains in Piggott with grandparents.
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Hemingway Injured

Hemingway injured in auto wreck near Billings, Montana.
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Recuperation in Piggott

Hemingway released from hospital and leaves with Pauline for Piggott for Christmas.
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Return to Key West

Hemingways return to Key West.
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Fishing in the Tortugas

Uncle Gus Pfeiffer embarks on a 13-day fishing trip with Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish, Henry Strater and Charles Thompson in the Tortugas.
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Purchase of Home in Key West

Uncle Gus Pfeiffer purchases house for Hemingways in Key West.
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Travel to Europe

Hemingway leaves for Europe. Pauline, Patrick, and nurse follow on May 16
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Return to United States

Hemingways sail for New York, then on to Kansas City, for birth of second child. Patrick sent to Piggott, Arkansas.
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Birth of Gregory Hemingway

Gregory Hemingway born by Cesarean section in Kansas City.
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Return to Key West

Hemingways arrive back in Key West after stopping in Piggott to pick up Patrick who stayed with his grandparents during his brother's birth in Kansas City.
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Renovation of Barn Studio

Virginia completes renovation of Ernest's Barn Studio in Piggott.
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Pauline Meets Sons in Piggott

Pauline joins her sons in Piggott via train.
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Ernest Departs for Piggott

Hemingway departs for Piggott via car with his sister Carol.
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Nordquist Ranch

Ernest and Pauline arrive at Nordquist Ranch.
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Pauline Returns to Florida

Pauline heads back to Key West.
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Death in the Afternoon Published

Death in the Afternoon published in September 1932 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Return to Key West

Ernest departs Wyoming for Key West. Pauline has returned to Key West, but children remain in Piggott.
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Illness in Piggott

Pauline returns to Piggott after children become ill.
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Ernest Joins Family in Piggott

Ernest leaves to join family in Piggott and spends Thanksgiving through Christmas.
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Barn Studio Burns

Piggott Barn Studio catches fire. Hemingway manuscripts saved but he loses books, clothing and guns.
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A Farewell to Arms Premieres

Movie version of A Farewell to Arms premieres in Piggott.
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Return to Key West

Hemingways return to Key West.
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Marlin Fishing in Cuba

Hemingway goes to Cuba for marlin fishing with Pauline''s brother, Karl, and her uncle, Gus Pfeiffer.
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Karl and Matilda Pfeiffer Move In

Karl and Matilda move into completed English Tudor home north of Pfeiffer family home. Matilda designed the home and supervised its construction.
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Sailing to Europe

Ernest, Pauline, Bumby and Patrick Hemingway, along with Virginia Pfeiffer sail from Havana for Europe. Gregory stays behind with nurse, Ada Stern.
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Winner Take Nothing Published

Winner Take Nothing published in October 1933 in New York by Charles Scribner''s Sons.
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Departure for Nairobi

Ernest, Pauline and Charles Thompson sail from Marseilles for African safari. Patrick returns home with his Aunt Virginia, meets Gregory and his nurse, and goes on to Piggott.
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African Safari Begins

Hemingway party departs Nairobi for two-month safari.
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Traveling to Key West

Hemingways sail for Key West, via New York, arriving home April 12.
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Pauline and Patrick in Piggott

Pauline and Patrick arrive in Piggott for a two-week visit with her parents.
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Christmas 1934

Hemingways arrive in Piggott for Christmas holidays.
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Pilar

Hemingway takes The Pilar (his boat bearing Pauline''s nickname) to Bimini for tuna fishing, where Pauline and children join him later, along with Virginia Pfeiffer.
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Green Hills of Africa Published

Green Hills of Africa published in October 1935 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Pauline in Piggott and Havana

Pauline spends a week in Piggott, then joins Ernest in Havana.
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Pauline and Gregory in Piggott

Pauline and Gregory arrive in Piggott for 10-day visit.
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Hemingways Travel to Bimini

Hemingways leave for Bimini, where they are joined by Pauline's sister, Virginia.
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Nordquist Ranch

Hemingways leave Key West for Piggott, then on to Nordquist ranch in Wyoming with children.
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Return to Key West

Hemingways depart for Key West, via Piggott.
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Martha Gellhorn

Hemingway meets Martha Gellhorn in Key West.
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War Correspondent

Hemingway sails for Europe to join Martha as a war correspondent.
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Return to New York

Hemingway departs Europe for New York, where he is met by Pauline.
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Summer in Bimini

Ernest and Pauline leave to spend summer in Bimini, interrupted by Ernest's frequent short trips to New York.
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White House

Ernest goes to the White House with Martha Gellhorn for a screening of The Spanish Earth.
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Hollywood

Ernest and Pauline travel to Hollywood to raise funds for Loyalist cause in Spain.
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Ernest Returns to Europe

Hemingway sails for Europe to rejoin Martha Gellhorn.
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Pauline and Sons in Mexico

Pauline and sons go to Mexico.
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To Have and Have Not Published

To Have and Have Not published in October 1937 in New York by Charles Scribner''s Sons.
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Pauline in Paris

Pauline meets Ernest in Paris.
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Hemingways Return from Europe

Hemingways sail from Europe for Nassau, Havana, and Key West.
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Ernest Returns to Europe

Hemingway returns to Europe.
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Hemingway Returns to Key West

Hemingway arrives in New York and departs for Key West, planning to take the family on vacation.
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Hemingways Leave for Ranch

Hemingways leave Key West for Nordquist ranch in Wyoming.
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Ernest in New York

Hemingway arrives in New York.
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Pauline and Sons in Piggott

Pauline and children in Piggott for 10 days.
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Pauline Rents New York Apartment

Pauline takes apartment in East Hamptons to avoid the Key West heat.
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The Fifth Column Published

The Fifth Column and the First 49 Stories published in October 1938 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Ernest Meets Pauline in New York

Ernest returns from France; stays with Pauline at New York apartment.
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Family in Key West

Hemingways leave New York separately, eventually arriving in Key West to visit family.
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Ernest Returns to Havana

Hemingway returns to Havana, via the Pilar, where he rejoins Martha.
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Pauline Goes to Europe

Pauline departs for Europe while sons are in camp.
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Last Trip to Wyoming

Ernest meets his three sons in Wyoming and receives a call from Pauline that she is back from Europe and plans to join them. Pauline is ill during most of the visit.
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Ernest Heads to Sun Valley

Ernest and Pauline fight and Ernest goes to Sun Valley to meet Martha Gellhorn .
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Pauline and Boys Return to Key West

Toby Bruce arrives in Wyoming to take Pauline and the boys back to Key West.
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Ernest In Key West Alone

Hemingway does about-face and wants to spend holidays with Pauline and the boys. Leaves for Key West, but Pauline has taken boys to New York for the holidays.
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Ernest Returns to Havana

Hemingway leaves for Cuba via ferry.
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Pauline Rents in San Francisco

Pauline takes boys and rents apartment in San Francisco.
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For Whom the Bell Tolls Published

For Whom the Bell Tolls published in October 1940 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Ernest and Pauline Divorce

Ernest and Pauline Hemingway divorce.
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Ernest Marries Martha Gellhorn

Ernest marries Martha Gellhorn.
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Death of Paul Pfeiffer

Paul Pfeiffer dies in Piggott.
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Ernest and Martha Gellhorn Divorce

Hemingway-Gellhorn divorce finalized.
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Ernest Marries Mary Welsh

Ernest marries Mary Welsh on March 13, 1946.
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Death of Mary Pfeiffer

Mary Pfeiffer dies in Piggott.
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Janes Purchase Pfeiffer Home

Pfeiffer home and barn studio purchased by Tom and Beatrice Janes.
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Across the River and Into the Trees Published

Across the River and Into the Trees published in September 1950 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Death of Pauline Hemingway

Pauline dies after being rushed to a Los Angeles hospital by her sister Virginia.
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Old Man and the Sea Published

Old Man and the Sea published in September 1952 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Ernest Hemingway Wins Nobel Prize

Ernest Hemingway wins the Nobel Prize for Literature.
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Death of Gus Pfeiffer

Uncle Gus Pfeiffer dies in New York.
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A Face in the Crowd

"A Face in the Crowd" filmed in Piggott at suggestion of Toby Bruce and premieres in 1957.
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Death of Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway takes his life in Ketchum, Idaho.
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A Moveable Feast Published

A Moveable Feast published posthumously in December 1964 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Islands in the Stream Published

Islands in the Stream published in October 1970 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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The Nick Adams Stories Published

The Nick Adams Stories published in January 1972 in New York by Charles Scriber's Sons.
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Death of Virginia Pfeiffer

Virginia Pfeiffer dies at her home in Hollywood.
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Death of Tom Janes

Tom Janes dies.
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Death of Karl Pfeiffer

Karl Pfeiffer dies.
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National Historic Register Listing

Pfeiffer family home and barn-studio placed on National Historic Register.
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The Garden of Eden Published

The Garden of Eden published in January 1986 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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A-State Purchases Property

Arkansas State University purchases the Pfeiffer family home from Beatrice Janes and acquires the barn-studio from her son.
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True at First Light Published

True at First Light published in January 1999 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons.
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Grand Opening

Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center has grand opening on July 4-5, 1999.
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Death of Beatrice Janes

Beatrice Janes dies.
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Death of Jack Hemingway

John Hadley Nicanor (Jack or Bumby) Hemingway, son of Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson Hemingway, dies at age 77 in New York on December 2, 2000.
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Death of Gregory Hemingway

Gregory Hancock Hemingway, son of Ernest Hemingway and Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway, dies in Miami.
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Death of Matilda Pfeiffer

Matilda Schmitt Pfeiffer, wife of Karl Pfeiffer, dies at her home in Piggott, Arkansas at the age of 97.
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A Moveable Feast-Restored Edition Published

New version published in July 2009 in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons
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