fscottfitzgeralding:

Summer, 1907

Dear mother,I wish you would send me five dollars as all my money is used up. Yesterday I went in a running contest and won a knife for second prize. This is a picture of Tom Penney and I starting on a paper chase.Your loving son,Scott Fitzgerald

fscottfitzgeralding:

Summer, 1907

Dear mother,
I wish you would send me five dollars as all my money is used up. Yesterday I went in a running contest and won a knife for second prize. This is a picture of Tom Penney and I starting on a paper chase.
Your loving son,
Scott Fitzgerald

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bitsfrombooks:

"That familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer." - F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

bitsfrombooks:

"That familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer." - F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

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fscottfitzgeralding:

Scott, April 1910 (age 13).

fscottfitzgeralding:

Scott, April 1910 (age 13).

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"I love her and that’s the beginning and end of everything."

Scott about Zelda, 1920

(Source: fitzgeraldquotes, via theodorafitzgerald)

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moonlight-driive:

F. Scott Fitzgerald, around 1913

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moonlight-driive:

1934. F. Scott and Scottie Fitzgerald.

moonlight-driive:

1934. F. Scott and Scottie Fitzgerald.

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moonlight-driive:

The Fitzgeralds in 1934.

moonlight-driive:

The Fitzgeralds in 1934.

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moonlight-driive:

1930. The Fitzgeralds. Switzerland. 

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moonlight-driive:

1926. The Fitzgeralds in Juan Les Pins

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