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  1. Hadley Richardson - Wikipedia

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    Paul Mowrer. Hadley stayed in France until 1934. Among her many friends in Paris was Paul Mowrer, foreign correspondent for the Chicago Daily News, whom she had met in the spring of 1927, not long after her divorce was finalized. A journalist and political writer, in 1929 Mowrer won the Pulitzer Prize.

  2. Paul Scott Mowrer - Wikipedia

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    In the spring of 1927, Mowrer met Hadley Richardson shortly after her divorce from Ernest Hemingway. On July 3, 1933, after a five-year courtship, Hadley and Paul Mowrer were married in London. Hadley was especially grateful to Paul for his warm relationship with Jack "Bumby" Hemingway, her son from her former marriage.

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  3. In the aftermath, Hadley got the royalties from "The Sun Also Rises" (as well as from the 1957 movie adaptation) and remained in Paris where she met journalist Paul Mowrer whom she married in London on July 3, 1933.

    • 9 Nov 1891, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA
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    • 23 Jan 1979 (aged 87), Lakeland, Polk County, Florida, USA
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  4. Hadley and Paul with Hadley audio - The Hemingway Project

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    Aug 14, 2018 · The photo below is of the house in New Hampshire where Paul and Hadley lived and where (I think) these interviews took place. Paul’s son Richard lives there now, he is 99 years old. The photos on this blog are from the website about the life and career of Paul Mowrer, paulscottmowrer.

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  6. Hadley Richardson

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    Pfeiffer had been Hadley's best friend and had lived and traveled with the Hemingways. Hadley divorced Hemingway in 1927. In 1933, Hadley married a second time, to journalist Paul Mowrer, whom she met in Paris. Early life. Elizabeth Hadley Richardson was born on November 9, 1891 in St. Louis, Missouri, the youngest of five

  7. Did Hemingway Have a Favorite Wife? Hadley – The Blog Also Rises

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    Oct 20, 2017 · Hadley and Paul married in London in 1933. The Mowrers ultimately moved to a suburb of Chicago. After the divorce from Hemingway, Hadley saw Ernest only once again although they wrote to each other regularly. She and Paul Mowrer ran into him while vacationing inWyoming in Sept 1939. Hadley died on January 22, 1979 in Lakeland,Florida.

  8. Early life - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    In 1927, she divorced him. In 1933 Hadley married a second time, to journalist Paul Mowrer, whom she met in Paris. Early life. Elizabeth Hadley Richardson was born on November 9, 1891 in St. Louis, Missouri, the youngest of five children.

  9. Paul Mowrer: Person, pictures and information - Fold3.com

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    Paul Scott Mowrer was born in Bloomington, Ill. on July 14, to Rufus and Nellie (Scott) Mowrer. He had one brother, the columnist Edgar Ansel Mowrer, who was born in 1892. His father was a merchant and the family was forced by his business troubles to move to Chicago when Paul was in the sixth grade.

  10. Hadley Richardson - The Hemingway Project

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    Hadley and Ernest nurtured each other and were both deeply transformed by their experiences in Europe. During their marriage they met some of the most dynamic people of their time, and they shared adventures in France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain, hiking, skiing, fishing and traveling.

  11. Women and Mountains: Hadley Richardson

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    Hadley Richardson looked back at things differently. Asked if she would have gone back if she could have, Hadley says “No, I think I wanted something real.” Paul Mowrer made her very happy, she says. The series of interviews conducted by Alice Sokoloff in 1971 and 1972, in which one can hear Hadley’s own voice, are available in clips here.