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Ernest Hemingway, Boats, Sons Jack, Islands, Papa Hemingway, Earnest Hemingway, Jack O'Connel, Drinks, Photo
Hemingway and eldest son Jack “Bumby” Hemingway, possibly on the stern of the Moana, circa 1935. And there’s that Tommy gun! Photo courtesy JFK Library, Boston.
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Ernest Hemingway fishing, drinking and holding a gun
Ernest Hemingway, with son, Jack "Bumpy" leaning against his drowsing father's knees, circa 1934. Hemingway icons aboard his 38-foot boat, Pilar- named after his wife Pauline’s nickname. Many of Hemingway’s books were influenced by the trips he took on the boat, such as The Old man and the Sea and Islands in the Stream. In this shot, the Thompson submachine gun is not loaded.