Young Ernest Hemingway holds a gun while standing on a boat, near Windemere Cottage at Walloon Lake, Michigan. 1903.
From: The JFK Library
Jimmy Carter chilling and eating barbecue chicken with his brother, Billy, at a campaign stop in 1976. They were at Billy’s gas station in their hometown of Plains, Georgia … but you probably could have guessed it was the south due to the sliced white bread & barbecue combo.
Adolphe Leon Willette
Instead of shelling out to a rare-book dealer for Three Stories & Ten Poems — admire the sacrifice involved though a true Hemingwayite may — you can read even more of the Old Man and the Sea author’s early stuff in the free e-book embedded just above: 1946′s The First Forty Nine Stories.
I have read somewhere or other, in Dionysius of Halicarnassus, I think, that history is philosophy teaching by examples.
—Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke