Jousuf Karsh's iconic photograph of the author, taken in 1957. (Karsh also shot the famous portrait of Winston Churchill, scowling at the camera after Karsh snatched his stogie away.)
Ernest's baby picture, circa 1900.
Hemingway's graduation portrait, 1917
Hemingway's portrait in uniform and on crutches post-injury.
Hemingway's passport in 1923.
The author relaxes in Cuba.
Hemingway and his third wife, war correspondent Martha Gellhorn.
With his kill in Tanganyika, 1934.
The not-so-old man and the sea.
Boxing, like bullfighting, was a lifelong Hemingway fascination.
At home with a remarkably well-stocked bar.
Dust jacket of first edition.
The house where Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West, Florida.
The home where Hemingway and third wife Martha Gellhorn lived in San Francisco de Paula, Cuba.
The Ketchum, Idaho home where Hemingway died.