F. Scott Fitzgerald house

F. Scott Fitzgerald was 36 when he came to Baltimore in 1932 and resided at this Bolton Hill house with his mentally ill wife, Zelda, and their daughter Scottie. Drinking heavily at this time in Baltimore this laureate of the Jazz Age wrote…

Tender is the Night, Taps At Reveille, and essays later collected in The Crack-Up. The Fitzgeralds had a normal family life at this house for a while, until Zelda’s second breakdown. 

F. Scott Fitzgerald House Baltimore


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