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Full Name: F Scott Fitzgerald
Biography:
(1896-1940) Writer. F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in Buffalo for nearly a decade, at 140 North Street. He stayed with his wife, Zelda Fitzgerald at the Algonquin Hotel and at the Plaza Hotel, 5th Avenue and East 59th Street. They also lived at West 59th Street and entertained H. L. Mencken, Dorothy Parker, John Peale Bishop, and Edmund Wilson. He lived at 200 Claremont Avenue, New York City, while working in advertising and writing "This Side of Paradise." His most famous work is "The Great Gatsby". In 1996 the United States Postal Service issued its thirteenth stamp in the Literary Arts series in honor of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Author's Timeline:
1898 Erie County
As a child, Fitzgerald lived in Buffalo, New York, for nearly a decade. His family first moved there in 1898 and lived at 140 North Street. Other locations for the Fitzgerald family were Summer & Elmwood, 19 Irving Place, and 71 Highland Avenue. 
1921 Nassau County
Mr. Fitzgerald rented a house in Great Neck, New York. 
1901 Onondaga County
The Fitzgerald family lived in Syracuse, New York, from 1901 to 1903. 
1896 (Unknown) County
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born at 481 Laurel Avenue in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on September 24, 1896. 
1940 (Unknown) County
F. Scott Fitzgerald died in Hollywood, California, on December 21, 1940. 
1934 (Unknown) County
Tender Is The Night
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Novel. 
1920 New York County
This Side of Paradise
(Pub: Scribners ISBN: )
He lived at 200 Claremont Avenue, Manhattan, New York, while working in advertising and writing the autobiographical novel, "This Side of Paradise."  
1925 (Unknown) County
The Great Gatsby
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Novel. 
1922 (Unknown) County
The Beautiful and the Damned
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Novel. 
1922 (Unknown) County
Tales of the Jazz Age
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Short stories. 
1923 (Unknown) County
The Vegetable
(Pub: C. Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Play. 
1941 (Unknown) County
The Last Tycoon
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Novel. 
1921 (Unknown) County
Flappers and Philosophers
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Short stories. 
1926 (Unknown) County
All the Sad Young Men
(Pub: Charles Scribner's Sons ISBN: )
Short stories. 
1935 (Unknown) County
Taps at Reveille
(Pub: C. Scribner's Sons ISBN: 1122440138 / 978-1122440134)
Short stories. 
1975 (Unknown) County
F. Scott Fitzgerald was interred in Saint Mary's Cemetery, Rockville, Maryland. 
1920 New York County
Mr. Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayre are married at the rectory of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan, New York, on April 3, 1920. 
? New York County
Mr. Fitzgerald stayed with his wife, Zelda Fitzgerald, at the Algonquin Hotel and at the Plaza Hotel, 5th Avenue and East 59th Street. They also lived at West 59th Street and entertained H. L. Mencken, Dorothy Parker, John Peale Bishop, and Edmund Wilson.  
? New York County
Fitzgerald lived at 200 Claremont Avenue in New York City while working in Advertising and writing "This Side of Paradise."  

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