F. Scott Fitzgerald's apartment in Baltimore is located on East 34th Street. Wolman Hall, which sits on the campus of Johns Hopkins University, was formerly The Cambridge Arms Apartments. Shortly after the publication and failure of Tender Is The Night in 1935, the financially strapped author moved here. His wife, Zelda, was being treated at nearby Sheppard Pratt Hospital. He stayed here until the following year, when he moved to The Stafford Hotel in the Mt. Vernon district of Baltimore.