Author and Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck smoking cigar pipe and cigarette (40 photos)

Author and Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck, early 1960s. 

John Steinbeck is shown at a press conference at Viking Press on 625 Madison Ave., after winning the Nobel Prize for Literature. 
1962: Steinbeck and his third wife, the former Elaine Scott of Fort Worth, Texas, strike this informal portrait pose in the enclosed sun porch of their Sag Harbor Cottage. They were married in 1950. Dangling from his neck is an ornately-decorated Florentine cigarette lighter, which he uses to light his small-sized cigars.
1962-New York: Author John Steinbeck, whose novel “The Grapes of Wrath” ranks as one of the classics of the 20th century American letters, holds a press conference October 25th after being awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Literature.

John Steinbeck American author John Steinbeck stands at West Berlin’s Checkpoint Charlie on . At one point the 61-year-old Nobel Prize winning author defied a Red guard and stepped across the white line that marks the border. His five-day visit to Berlin is part of a two-month European tour which has included a stop in Moscow
John Steinbeck, Berlin, Germany
John Steinbeck Writer Author John Ernst Steinbeck Jr. (february 27 1902 Oo December 20 1968) Was An American Writer. He Is Widely Known For The Pulitzer Prize-winning Novel The Grapes Of Wrath (1939) East Of Eden (1952) And The Novella Of Mice And Men (1937). As The Author Of Twenty-seven Books Including Sixteen Novels Six Non-fiction Books And Five Collections Of Short Stories Steinbeck Received The Nobel Prize For Literature In 1962.

Literature prize winner John Steinbeck lights a cigarettes for his wife before the gala dinner on Stockholm’s Townhall in connection with the prize awarding, Dec. 10, 1962.

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