Florida Hemingway home designated landmark





Ernest Hemingway's Key West home, where the American author lived in the 1930s, has been designated a literary landmark.

Hemingway, who lived in the Spanish-colonial home with his second wife Pauline and their two sons, owned the property until his death in 1961. It became a museum honoring the Pulitzer and Nobel prize-winning author in 1964.

He worked on many of his best-known manuscripts in the Key West property's second-story writing studio.


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