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Federal Building and The Trev-Mor-Hotel Key West
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The large white colored building is the Federal Building built during the WPA program. It is make with lime stone. One of the few stone structures in Key West. The building across the street is where Ernest Hemingway wrote the drafts for A Farewell To Arms. It was a hotel with a car dealer on the firat floor. Hemingway stayed here while waiting for his car to arrive. Not sure of his driving destination in that the island was only 2 sq miles and the only way on and off was ship and railroad. 

Copyright: John Conway
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Subida: 08/12/2012
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Tags: ernest hemingway; key west; old town key west; key west architecture
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