F. Scott Fitzgerald's home, 1307 Park Ave.

A lot of people know that “Tender is the Night,” the novel the acclaimed author considered his best, was finished when he was living in Towson. After that home went up in flames, the novelist moved to the home in Bolton Hill pictured here, according to baltimoreheritage.org. Fewer readers know that the couple’s daughter, Scottie, attended the Bryn Mawr School or that his wife, Zelda, was treated for schizophrenia at Sheppard Pratt Hospital.

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