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August 3, 2007 4:42 PM

Ernest Hemingway and Kansas City: A Literary Tour

Ernest Hemingway lived and worked in Kansas City for more than a year, if all his trips here are added together. The longest, a six-month stay, was while a cub reporter on The Kansas City Star from October 18, 1917 to April 30, 1918.

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