F. Scott Fitzgerald

The publication of This Side of Paradise brought young Fitzgerald fame but little money.  To remedy this immediate need, the young novelist began writing short stories - many serialized - for popular national magazines:  Colliers, Schribners, Esquire and Saturday Evening Post.  He was earning from $300 to $4000 per story.  Zelda again agreed to their engagement and they were married in April of 1920 in the sacristy of St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Fitzgerald ca 1920  Por/11888/p2  neg #75625