Luxe Beat Magazine MAY 2015 - Page 107

Music Hemingway’s deep-sea fishing boat. Of course, the generous underwriting by Uncle Gus disappeared when Hemingway filed for divorce from Pauline so he could marry wife number three. Typwriter similar to one used by Hemingway On what would have been Hemingway’s 100th birthday, the Arkansas State University opened the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Education Center in Piggott in July 1999. The barn studio behind the home, where Hemingway spent much of his time in Arkansas, is part of the museum. Surprisingly, the home still has most of its furnishing, including some of the artwork that was hanging back in the days when the Pfeiffers owned the home. Farewell to Arms, which was published in 1929. A movie was subsequently made and had its world premiere at the Franklin Theater in Piggott during December 1932. It is thought that Hemingway probably worked on fragments of seven other books and numerous short stories during the time he was married to Pauline. The Pfeiffer family was quite generous in supporting Hemingway as a writer, especially during the Great Depression. And the support Cash's custom Gibson guitar from Pauline’s Uncle Gus was generous to a fault. Uncl RwW2v0