What’s happening with Hacking Hemingway

Hacking Hemingway Twitter

Humanizing history in 140 characters Since February’s release of the first 84 digitized artifacts from the library’s Special Collections and The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park on the Illinois Digital Archives, there’s another place online you may have seen young Ernest, his sister Marcelline, and his mother Grace. Your Twitter feed. As the library … Read more

Dedicating more to Oak Park’s history

Leigh Tarullo

As it widens access to early Ernest Hemingway artifacts, the library is now devoting even more resources to its Special Collections. For the first time in its 113-year history, the library is dedicating a full-time staff position exclusively to its Special Collections, which include Hemingway artifacts owned by The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park … Read more

Hemingway artifacts now online

Ernest and Marcelline baby portrait

‘Stunning images, handwritten commentary’ Unprecedented, online access is now available to rare Ernest Hemingway family artifacts from the late 1800s and early 1900s through the Illinois Digital Archives (IDA). Thanks to an $86,900 grant from the Illinois Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White, the first 84 digitized artifacts from the Oak Park Public Library’s … Read more

Opening the vault

Marcelline Hemingway Baby Book

Now online are the first 84 of at least 300 digitized artifacts from the library, The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park (EHFOP), and the Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest. All artifacts will be uploaded into the Illinois Digital Archives (IDA) in time for the Hemingway Society’s 17th biennial international conference. in Oak Park … Read more

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