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Fascinating Photos of Famous Authors as Teenagers

Over the weekend, Vol.1 Brooklyn pointed us towards a delightful collection of never-before-seen photographs of Ernest Hemingway as a teenager, in all his handsomely smug glory. Inspired, we took i...
  • **AmY SoHnS**

    17 Year Old Ernest Hemingway When He Was A High School Junior

  • Heather Kizewski

    Fascinating Photos of Famous Authors as Teenagers // This is Ernest Hemingway at 17 - I have a crush on this photo

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    Hey, baby Ernest. Nice school photo.

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