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  1. Pauline Pfeiffer - Wikipedia

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    Pauline Marie Pfeiffer (July 22, 1895 – October 1, 1951) was an American journalist, and the second wife of writer Ernest Hemingway.

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  2. Pauline Pfeiffer Background - Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and ...

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    Pauline Marie Pfeiffer was born July 22, 1895, in Parkersburg, Iowa. She moved with her family to St. Louis in 1901, in time to start first grade at the Academy of the Visitation. Less than a month after her high school graduation from the Academy in June 1913, the family moved to Piggott, Arkansas.

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  3. Pauline Pfeiffer Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements ...

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    Pauline Marie Pfeiffer was an American journalist and second wife of American novelist, short-story writer and journalist Ernest Hemingway. Pfeiffer, a graduate from University of Missouri School of Journalism, started her career with newspapers in Cleveland and New York. She then worked with up-scale magazines ‘Vanity Fair’ and ‘Vogue’.

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    Unbelievable happiness and final sorrow : the Hemingway-Pfeiffer marriage It was the glittering intellectual world of 1920s Paris expatriates in which Pauline Pfeiffer, a writer for Vogue, met Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley among a circle of friends that included Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Dorothy Parker.

  5. Pfeiffer, Pauline - Encyclopedia of Arkansas

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    Pauline Pfeiffer (1895–1951) Pauline Pfeiffer was a successful journalist who wrote for such magazines as Vanity Fair and Vogue. From 1927 to 1940, she was married to author Ernest Hemingway, being the second of his four wives.

  6. Born Pauline Marie Pfeiffer to wealth and position, she was raised initially in north central Iowa, moved to St. Louis at age six, graduated from the Visitation Academy of St. Louis, and when her family relocated to Piggott, Arkansas, remained behind to attend the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

    • 22 Jul 1895, Parkersburg, Butler County, Iowa, USA
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    • 1 Oct 1951 (aged 56), Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
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  7. Author Ernest Hemingway Quarantined with his Wife and Mistress

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    Mar 24, 2020 · That summer he was on the brink of a breakthrough, accumulating the lifestyle trappings he felt a celebrity author must have—including a fashionable mistress, Pauline Pfeiffer. Whereas Hadley was...

  8. Pauline Hemingway Forgotten Vogue Career | Vogue

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    Jun 08, 2016 · Not all publicity is good publicity, after all: Consider the case of Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway. Married to writer Ernest Hemingway from 1927 to 1940, she may best be remembered as one of modern...

  9. Unbelievable Happiness and Final Sorrow: The Hemingway ...

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    It was the glittering intellectual world of 1920s Paris expatriates in which Pauline Pfeiffer, a writer for Vogue, met Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley among a circle of friends that included Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Dos Passos, and Dorothy Parker.

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  10. Pauline Pfeiffer | for shame!

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    Posts about Pauline Pfeiffer written by freeja03. Any hipster worth his salt wants Hemingway’s life of chauvinistic ‘authenticity,’ whether they know it or not, and since ‘Hipster’ was my second major at my mid-sized east-coast liberal-arts college, of course I wish I lived in Paris in the 20s and did the shit he did.