Eight writers’ archives worth travelling for

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Eight writers’ archives worth travelling for

Words by Mr Paul L Underwood

31 August 2017

Mr Ernest Hemingway in Sun Valley, Idaho. 1940. Photograph by Mr Robert Capa. © International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

Mr Jack Kerouac’s On The Road journal

Mr Jack Kerouac types a poem in New York, December 10, 1959. Photograph by Mr Fred W McDarrah/Getty Images

Mr Truman Capote’s archive

Mr Truman Capote signing copies of his book in the offices of Random House Publishing, New York, 1965. Photograph by Mr Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos

Mr Oscar Wilde’s archive

Mr Oscar Wilde, circa 1884. Photograph by Mr Napoleon Sarony/Universal Images Group/Getty Images

Mr Ernest Hemingway’s archive

Mr Ernest Hemingway writing at a campsite in Kenya, circa 1953. Photograph by LFI/Photoshot

The archives of Mr Ian Fleming and Mr Kurt Vonnegut

Mr Kurt Vonnegut at home, April 12, 1972 in New York. Photograph by Mr Santi Visalli/Getty Images

Mr John le Carré’s archive

Mr John Le Carré at his desk, 1 Oct 1979. Photograph by Mr Monty Fresco/ANL/REX/Shutterstock

Mr PG Wodehouse’s archive

Mr PG Wodehouse at his typewriter at home in Remsenberg, Long Island, New York, 1 August 1968. Photograph by Mr F Roy Kemp/BIPs/Getty Images