Ernest Hemingway: Chicago Early 1920s

“It was while Hemingway was at 100 East Chicago Street that he met Sherwood Anderson for the first time…”

After the war, the recovering Ernest Hemingway found life in Oak Park rather boring. He could out-drink all of his old Oak Park cronies and still manage to walk home ‘square legged’ at the end of a session. He could out-curse any Chicago stevedore and gain their respect. He could work his way…

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