Ernest Hemingway married second wife in Cheyenne 75 years ago

(Wyoming) — On Nov. 21, 1940 — 75 years ago — Ernest Hemingway married his third wife, Martha Gellhorn, in Cheyenne. Hemingway, the American novelist, short story writer, and journalist, would spend much of his time in Key West during the winters, and Wyoming during the summers. Wyoming was where he found "the most beautiful country he had seen in the American West," where he hunted deer, elk, and grizzly bear. Hemingway famously spent time at Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in the Bighorns, where he reportedly worked on parts of "A Farewell to Arms." [image: 97d38c4b-e277-42bc-a764-5a799e490ce8.jpg] *Sign on the cabin where Hemingway reportedly spent time working on "A Farewell to Arms" in the Bighorns. / Pitchengine Communities* *[image: e7947db7-9e30-4f7e-af0b-1fdfd644f4ec.jpg]* View from Spear-O-Wigwam in the Bighorns. / Pitchengine Communities Feature photo Sherman Billingsley's Stork Club/Ernest Hemingway Collection. 1941. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston / Pitchengine Communities #reboot #news