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Early Years—Ernest and Marcelline Hemingway in Oak Park

   
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  1. [Marcelline Hemingway Sandford's] chemistry formulas.
    [Marcelline Hemingway Sandford's] chemistry formulas on scrap of paper.

  2. [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] chemistry notes.
    [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] handwritten chemistry and sketch notes in pencil.

  3. [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] chemistry question
    [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] chemistry question.

  4. [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] formula test.
    [Marcelline Hemingway Sanford's] formula test. Includes notes from teacher.

  5. " Ulysses Adventure with [?] Strange Fruit Trees" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1918.
    " Ulysses Adventure with [?] Strange Fruit Trees" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1918. The story of Ulysses and his introduction to magical fruit. Reviewed by Marcelline's counselor, Ernest Hemingway, and Mr. Platt. Contains corrections throughout.

  6. "A Description of a 'School Marm'" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1913.
    "A Description of a 'School Marm'" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1913. The essay focuses on Marcelline's interpretation of a 'school marm.' Includes corrections from Marcelline's teacher and a grade of excellent.

  7. "A Modern Robinson Crusoe (With Climate Reversed)" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "A Modern Robinson Crusoe (With Climate Reversed)" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. A story of Robinson Crusoe's fight for survival after journeying on the Titanic. Includes Marcelline's grade of A++ and a compliment for inventiveness by her teacher.

  8. "A Paragraph Developed by Contrast" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    "A Paragraph Developed by Contrast" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1920. A paragraph on Ernest Hemingway and his friends canoeing down the Des Plaines River.

  9. "A Trip to the Field Museum" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910.
    "A Trip to the Field Museum" by Ernest Hemingway. A description of a visit to the Field Museum with friends. Includes a teacher's comment.

  10. "Brooks" by Ernest Hemingway with teacher comments.
    "Brooks" by Ernest Hemingway with teacher comments, circa 1910. A description of an adventure Ernest Hemingway and his friends went on near a brook.

  11. "Brooks" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    "Brooks" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.

  12. "Confessions" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910.
    "Confessions" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1920. This is an account of Ernest Hemingway's misdeeds and misfortunes throughout his high school career and includes a note from his teacher.

  13. "Dear Florence" letter by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "Dear Florence" letter by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. A letter to Marcelline's friend, Florence, in which she details events for the coming weeks.

  14. "Friday Dances" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1916.
    "Friday Dances" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1916. An essay asking for Friday dances at River Forest Township High School. Includes a grade of A+.

  15. "Helen Aids the Greeks" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1913
    "Helen Aids the Greeks" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1913. A story about Helen's time kidnapped, and her involvement in the Greek's victory over Troy. Includes corrections from Marcelline's teacher and a grade of excellent.

  16. "How to Dress Our Babies" pamphlet, 1886.
    A pamphlet by L.C. Grosvenor, M.D. titled "How to Dress Our Babies. Which discusses the correct and incorrect ways to dress babies.

  17. "How To Hike" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    "How To Hike" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910. A description of how to go on a hike with comments made by the teacher.

  18. "How We Really Are" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "How We Really Are" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. A story about a Martian's struggle with 1950's technology. Includes a grade of 90 with a compliment from the teacher.

  19. "I Worked Hard During my Vacation" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    A short work on how Ernest Hemingway spent his summer working hard on the farm in Michigan.

  20. "Lack of Ideals (Speech)" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1916.
    "Lack of Ideals (Speech)" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1916. An essay detailing the current path of America from Marcelline's perspective. Includes a grade of A+.

  21. "On the Pullman 'Sleeper'" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "On the Pullman 'Sleeper'" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. The story involves a British woman's experience in America, including a train incident. Includes a grade of A+ with a compliment from the teacher.

  22. "Paragraph Developed by Details" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    "Paragraph Developed by Details" by Ernest Hemingway, circa 1920s. This a paragraph in which Ernest Hemingway discusses his different classes of friends.

  23. "School" by Ernest Hemingway.
    "School" by Ernest Hemingway. A short work on how a school functions as a community.

  24. "The Machine" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "The Machine" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. A story about the neighbor's suprising loan to the Allan family.

  25. "The Odor of a Rose" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915.
    "The Odor of a Rose" by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1915. A story about a grandmother's interaction with several Native Americans as a child. Marcelline's teacher gave her an A++ for the essay.

  26. A letter to Annette from Ernest Hemingway.
    A love letter from Ernest Hemingway to someone named Annette.

  27. A letter to Sue from Ernest Hemingway.
    A letter to Sue from Ernest Hemingway. A letter from Ernest Hemingway to someone named Sue in which he discusses the idea for a book.

  28. A photograph of a group of people including Leicester, Grace Hall, Ursula, Madelaine, Carol, and Marcelline Hemingway.
    A photograph of a group of people including Leicester, Grace Hall, Ursula, Madelaine, Carol, and Marcelline Hemingway, circa 1918.

  29. A photograph of a woman and a man holding a baby, possibly Alfred and Mae Hemingway.
    A photograph of a woman and a man holding a baby, possibly Alfred and Mae Hemingway.

  30. A photograph of a woman, possibly Cassie.
    A photograph of a woman, possibly Cassie, outside with a cat.

  31. A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Jay.
    A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Jay.

  32. A photograph of two unidentified women outdoors.
    A photograph of two unidentified women outdoors in a residential neighborhood, likely Oak Park.

  33. Adelaide and Anson Hemingway.
    Adelaide and Anson Hemingway.

  34. Adelaide Edmonds and Anson Tyler Hemingway with group on porch, 1911.
    Adelaide Edmonds and Anson Tyler Hemingway with group on porch, likely in Oak Park, 1911.

  35. Adelaide Edmonds and Anson Tyler Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    Adelaide Edmonds and Anson Tyler Hemingway on lawn of house, likely in Oak Park, circa 1910s.

  36. Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway and two unidentified women, circa 1910s.
    Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway and two unidentified women on lawn of house, likely in Oak Park, circa 1910s.

  37. Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway with unidentified woman and child, circa 1910s.
    Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway (seated) with an unidentified woman and child, circa 1910s. Most likely in Oak Park, IL.

  38. Alphabet book.
    Handmade alphabet book containing cut outs of animals and handwriting practice. Likely completed by Marcelline Hemingway Sanford.

  39. An untitled work about the northern woods by Ernest Hemingway.
    An untitled work about the northern woods by Ernest Hemingway.

  40. Anson Tyler , Grace, and Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway, 1919.
    Anson Tyler , Grace, and Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway on lawn of house, likely in Oak Park, 1919.

  41. Anson Tyler and Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway, circa 1910s.
    Anson Tyler and Adelaide Edmonds Hemingway on lawn of house, likely in Oak Park, circa 1910s.

  42. Anson Tyler Hemingway with group of women and children in tent, circa 1910s.
    Anson Tyler Hemingway with group of women and children in tent, likely in Oak Park, circa 1910s.

  43. Anson Tyler Hemingway with two unidentified women, circa 1910s.
    Anson Tyler Hemingway and two unidentified women on lawn of a house, likely in Oak Park, circa 1910s.

  44. Anson Tyler, Adelaide Edmonds, Grace, Madelaine, and Ernest Hemingway with unidentified family, circa 1910s.
    Anson Tyler, Adelaide Edmonds, Grace, Madelaine, and Ernest Hemingway with unidentified family, circa 1910s. Likely in Oak Park, IL.

  45. Automobile and bicycle shop of Wright Elsom, Jr., 1903.
    Automobile and bicycle shop of Wright Elsom, Jr., 1903.

  46. Baby, likely Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, bathing in a metal tub.
    Baby, likely Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, bathing in a metal tub.

  47. Baby, likely Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, laying on a pillow on a chair, circa 1898.
    Photograph of a baby, likely Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, laying on a pillow on a chair, circa 1898.

  48. Berlin Hotel, Woman's Christian Temperance Union Headquarters and E.F. Robbins, 1892.
    Berlin Hotel, Woman's Christian Temperance Union Headquarters and E.F. Robbins in basement, 1892. Includes group of individuals outside storefront and horse and wagon.

  49. Bible Class Picnic, 1889.
    Bible Class Picnic, 1889. Includes Grace Hall Hemingway,located in the front row, second to the right.

  50. Carol and Leicester Hemingway in a canoe, circa 1920s.
    Carol and Leicester Hemingway in a canoe, likely in Walloon Lake.

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