Several of the columns written by young Ernest Hemingway during his time writing for The Toronto Star have been put online:
[The Hemingway Papers] showcases the columns Ernest Hemingway wrote while reporting for The Toronto Star in the early 1920s. He joined the paper at the age of 20, sending dispatches from Toronto, Chicago, and across Europe. His relationship with the city, the newspaper, and the stories he told would have an enormous impact on his literary style.
Hemingway wrote 191 articles for the Toronto Star, and 19 of them are currently showcased in the archives. A bigger selection of the collection (70 articles) is available in newsprint for $20.